18 Burst results for "Marinko"

"marinko" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

02:24 min | 4 months ago

"marinko" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

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"marinko" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"marinko" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Allen bernard west is a former congressman from. Florida is a former state party chairman in texas. He's running for governor in the republican primary coming up in the spring against greg. Abbott you laughing. Yeah i'm laughing because every time My full name was used. My mother was about to whip me with a belt. Kinda get these flashbacks. When when someone says michael christian barry because they've looked me up and learn my middle name i'm convey. It sounds like my mother. Michael christian berg. Get in here. Yeah i agree. I like bernardo's kind of old school. Well thank you. Yeah i mean Well my parents were just fantastic. And i think that's one of the problems see in our inner city communities. That's a big issue for me. My dad was a world. War two veteran Army corporal sort of this country in a segregated army but Challenge me to be the first officer at our family at the age. Fifteen and my mother or twenty five plus years civilian service with the six marinko district headquarters in atlanta. So i do that. I was either going to be an army or marine officer. Because dad you know he ruled the roost olympic. I chose to be an army officer did you were you about to say that you just became a grandfather. Yeah i became a grandfather three months ago and My grandson's middle name is bernard so it continues on. Oh there you go. There you go economic development. What would you do as governor of texas well. I think it's very important right now. Texas is You know you know you hear people the knife largest economy in the world. That's very important. Thirteen percent of fortune five hundred corporate businesses. A heck horse here. But i want to see our small businesses grow. That's the most important thing. And i don't want us to use Texas taxpayer dollars subsidize people to come here. I want people to move to texas. Because they believe in texas and our policies. So i'm not a big fan of the texas enterprise fund and i think one of the problems we have is that some of these Businesses and corporations. That were enticing. The booth here especially out of silicon valley. They're bringing a workforce that is the antithesis to our principles of is that we have here in texas so want to continue to see the economic development but not the expense of this great state that we call texas. What could you do as governor to stop the surge on our border is very simple First and foremost you put your full. National guard deployed down there. You have what we call it a military security which means you have the ground surveillance you have the aerial surveillance you know the truth with the boots on the ground to interdict these infiltration routes that are out there. When you have the bite administration has completely abdicated. His constitutional do their responsibility to protect the of texas. We need to work with our legislature to make sure that we then instead Since the customs aboard patrol and ice aren't doing it we need to be able to detain to arrest and deport individuals that have come in illegally into the state of texas. We need to also make sure that we are doing. What is necessary and designate. The cartels as transnational. Darko criminal terrorists organizations. Therefore we can start going after their resources is go resources going after their finance going after the banks. You know you remember about the stash. House there in texas in houston had ninety illegal immigrants in that stash house. There should not be real estate agents. That are you know provide stash houses to cartel members and they should not be able to recruit people we need to Tax the remittances of illegal immigrants. That are that. Transfer of wealth is flowing out of the state of texas oklahoma. Does it at one percent. I think we should do it at the highest income tax rate that America's texans are asked to pay themselves. I believe that's thirty seven percent so those are some of the things but most importantly we've got to stop the enticing benefits such as you know the free benefits that you get coming here legally in state tuition those type of things ted. Nugent wanted you to be the vice president. Sarah palin suggested you as vice presidential candidate glenn beck said you should run for president. Louie gohmert and paul braun Both supported you for speaker of the house. Even when you weren't in congress and voted for you. What do you think folks see in as a leader You know. The united states army taught me that they're five sees To leadership is courage competence commitment conviction and character. I think that's what people see. I took an oath to support. Defend the constitution. That's what i stand for. And when i was in congress Ten years ago The republicans in the state of florida Working with national gop establishment. They are the ones responsible for districting me out of the district that i represented and then the number one target for the democrat party or two thousand twelve because i believe in standing on principle. That's it michael. And and that's why you know. I'm running for governor because again when you are state or chairman and you're the voice of the grass roots and they have these legislative priorities. I find it abhorrent that we still have the practice of chemical and physical castration of children texas when that was legislative authority and was republicans. Sitting in the governor's mashed lieutenant governor speaker of the house. We couldn't get that pass. Do you have to call out more than greg abbott. In order to make the point as to what should be done in the state. Absolutely if you go back. I think you may remember november of last year with a day. Falen was coming in to be. The speaker was Discussing having democrats support him for being speaker and also putting democrats in committee chair positions. I called him out as political trader. And guess what those democrats did he put in this committee chairman or up there in washington. Dc he still has not rabuka. They'll this committee chairs. You know what. I don't understand and you've been around this process long enough that you've seen it as well is when democrats are in control. They give republicans nothing. When republicans are they desperately believe. They need to to govern in a bipartisan fashion. In it always fails. What would you do as governor when those democrats left and went to washington. Dc is there a simple as soon as those three private jets at landed in washington dc. I would call the press conference. And i would have announced that there are fifty seven. Vacated seats at texas state house announced the day for a special election to fill those fifty seven. Vacated sees you know in the army if you this formation. You don't show up at your appointed place at duty. That's called awol. If you are a wall for thirty days you call it the her so i see a dereliction of duty and i will not tolerate these. Texas democrats are trying to undermine representative democracy and our legislative process. Here something about you. That voters may not know Well let's see I'm i think everyone knows about master scuba diver but In in a way. I'm really an introverted heart But i will step up and for the call of duty and the call the service but like to go out on a long morning runs You know five o'clock in the morning. Just be a piece with my lord savior jesus christ and asked him to give me wisdom and discernment that i need but And also got about thirteen fourteen tattoos. Really yes yeah military.

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"marinko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:42 min | 7 months ago

"marinko" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Evening so effectively. He was a fugitive from the law since one minute after midnight in the early hours of Monday morning. The police, in turn, had a court order against them to arrest him within three working days. I e. By yesterday evening, so yesterday wasn't about Mr Zuma yesterday was about the leasing. If the police did not act on the constitutional court order that they should arrest him, then the police themselves would have been in contempt of court. So yesterday was also important. Insofar as the police understand that there would be a legitimacy crisis if they do not assist the court in enforcing the law and in terms of, uh electoral elect elections. I mean, is this going to be good or bad for the A. N C. In terms of the elections, the he has got the gift of weak opposition. On another occasion, we can talk about the South African political landscape. But in a nutshell, the opposition parties are unattractive to most voters because many of them are either in the case of the main opposition, deeply a historical with policy proposals that don't speak to the lift experiences of the black majority. In the minor third place. You've got the economic freedom fighters who are on the far left, and sometimes they anarchism doesn't appeal to most South Africans. So the A N C should be punished electorally for the state of the state. We governance, leadership weaknesses and for issues such as Mr Jacob Zuma, finding himself behind bars, But they won't be punished electorally, not because of Africans can't think but because complicated politics means we choose between the available options, and the reality is that many of the Position parties are not feasible options for South African voters. And that was that Eusebius MMA Kaiser, a political analyst and author based in Johannesburg. Thank you very much speaking about former President Jacob Zuma, who's just spent his first night in jail. Mhm. Now who killed the Haitian President, Juvenal Marie's murdered in his home in the early hours of Wednesday morning, and why those are the questions many in the impoverished and deeply troubled Caribbean country are asking. Today. Security forces have said they've killed four and arrested two mercenaries involved in the attack. The Haitian ambassador to the United States bullshit, Edmund told the BBC that the killers appeared to be foreign nationals. But seemed to have had what he called internal help. It was a well orchestrated attack carried out by our professional killers. We understand there were foreign nationals. And those who were killed. I believe they're around national or foreign. Are Charles those two on the hours Now they are foreign nationals. But at the same time I need to acknowledge that of sanity. They have received some internal help. We can speak now too well or Marinko. He's editor in chief at a bow post, a Haitian news media website. Thanks very much for joining us on news hour. What do we know about these alleged Attackers? And what do we know about this shootout with security forces? Well, um we know only what the authorities saying, you know, providing since the attack yesterday at one am in Maine hand was conducted and late night Yeah. Last night. The prime Minister, the acting by Minister, Mr Coaches have hold a press conference to say that During the main hand they had they were, um, confrontation between the police and the Attackers for the of them were killed. Two of them are now in custody and tree. Uh, police officers, Asian police officers that were kidnapped by these Attackers. Um, uh, now liberated, Um, from these assassins, but they're still looking for more people aren't there There is still a manhunt underway. Yes. I think there is still a manhunt on the way you were hearing from time to time Police officers seeing that, you know they are conducting operation But we have to wait until the authorities hold press conference to share what they know with with the public. We don't know yet. Elect, which we got to, Uh what is their nationality? Um what is their motives and if they were paid by someone or a group of Provide over these people. We don't have these information right now. I imagine there must be a lot of speculation. A lot of room. I mean, what's the mood like? Yeah. I mean, there is a lot of speculation and in the letter Rumah, remember, Uh, you have known movies was not beloved figure in heady he's amended was, you know, Um lots of protests were in your registered during his his term. He was personally accused of corruption. He just was trying to change the Constitution in a referendum. So, um, if you were looking for theories Some people may you know, go to ease it something between the testicle, which is his body. Is it a job that was then? Because they were friction and and and and and in discussion and problems between them. Is it something carried out by you know he's a nice especially in the private sector. Is it something done by drug dealers were not happy with his policies We don't really know, And it's a lot of speculations and not a lot of facts. I mean, it's a massive failure, isn't it for this to have happened? It does. Porter Prince feel kind of under control or secure, secure as it ever is at the at the moment. Okay, So, uh, saying it's a massive failure. Um, it's uh I mean it's discrimination of climate. That would permit anything like that. Like that to happen, you know, Remember seven days before the assassination of the President 20 people were killed. Um, and among these people you had no high profile journalists and a an open next to the president, Um and and since June First of June about 16,000 people have flee their homes because with of gang violence well, we're going to have to leave it. There were little Marine Corps he's editor in chief at a bow post. That's a Haitian news media website More on Haiti in just a few moments time. It's the BBC.

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"marinko" Discussed on Photography Daily

Photography Daily

02:14 min | 7 months ago

"marinko" Discussed on Photography Daily

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"marinko" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

03:50 min | 10 months ago

"marinko" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"marinko" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"marinko" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Those people I just listed absolutely crushed their roles Marinko two yard terrifying in this movie she's like an actual great villain in a movie that didn't even really need one because the plot is so I think she was a better villain in the dark knight rises and a plot an idea that's so unique like I'm an ideas guy I'm always an ideas guy I'm not a real do our own ideas guy throw ideas out there this is the best idea I've ever heard of I don't think anyone could have directed any better the pacing the action though odd like time stuff it's just so fascinating and then you throw at the end the little twist of the the peace they're spending and it just leads to a great conversation and again the sound editing I usually don't care or know enough about sound editing mixing scores to speak on them but I only notice them if they're really good or really bad this I would say is the best score of all time the score in this movie is so gripping keep your eyes glued to the screen that I can't even begin like I guess it is my favorite movie of all time because I still think about this movie like it like it's the day after I first saw it I just love it to the end of the earth I just you could say anything you want about this movie is true that's all good it was complemented sailing sailing about comedy thing about it they have nice clothes yeah that's true but this movie yeah the final nominee to get to the mac into the vault is the other guys rated P. G. thirteen one hundred and seven minutes action comedy crime a sixty four a metascore eighty seventy eight tomato meter that is for the fans I believe the critics gave it a sixty they're stupid one or the other way around whatever too mismatched New York City detectives seize an opportunity to step up like the city's two top cops who may idolize only thing is it does not quite go as planned director Adam McKay stars will Ferrell mark Walberg I did to mark Walberg movies help but that must not eva Mendez and Derek Jeter this is a whole Larry S. buddy cop movie I would say that this is the most underrated comedy of the whole entire decade okay because this does not get the love as the other will Ferrell comedies and it's just as funny as those and is rated P. G. thirteen so it's for the whole family and mark Wahlberg is actually really good now yeah he's really really good there's so many funny gags let them walking away from an explosion or the wooden gun right or the rock and Sam Jackson died yes that's how the movie opens its incredible dirty Mike in the blame for the bushes yeah the abstract yes shooting Derek Jeter yeah quoting TLC and working at bed bath and beyond I'm a peacock you gotta let me fly he.

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"marinko" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"marinko" Discussed on WTVN

"Of health both recommend the use of masks one in public this as a male was arrested and charged with assault for claiming to have corona virus and spitting on a coated drivers face that writer is forty four year old man winter Caldwell he has been arrested and is now facing assault charges but his arrest shows just some of the dangers in days drivers are now facing a BC six is Lexus more workers as it happened in north high street and eleventh Avenue Saturday when the driver ordered the passenger to get off the bus for shouting obscenities every inmate at three Ohio presence will not be tested for coronaviruses state department of rehabilitation and correction confirm Sunday they would be checking inmates at Franklin Medical Center the quake correctional institution on the Marinko actual institution currently the three centers around fifty inmates and seventy six staff a test positive for covert nineteen radio six ten WTVN sports bar guy basketball adding a player for next year point guard Abel Porter Weber's five points and three assists a game at Utah state is grad transferring to Ohio state at depth next year after the Buckeyes loss leader Mohammed last week Muhammad revealing announce his college decision tomorrow former Buckeye Mike Conley wins his matchup in the NBA sports competition will shoot against MBA alum Chauncey Billups in Thursday night's semi finals and we'll get to see NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's manage eight reports out that he'll announce first round picks April twenty third from the basement of his house from the central Iowa dealer support steps backward use radio six ten W. T. yet I'm Scott Jennings stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past Stannis news breaks when.

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Rotor Focus

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

09:32 min | 2 years ago

Rotor Focus

"Hello and welcome to. Who Aviation Week's check six podcast where this week? We are at the Heli Expo. Twenty twenty conference in Anaheim California I'm Guy I noticed. The senior Serb based in Los Angeles and with me is Mike Hershberg Executive Director of the Vertical Flight Society and Tony Osborne who've courses our London bureau chief and well known rotor heads expert at four so gentlemen thanks very much for for being here Just like to say that sadly of course the start of the show was inevitably overshadowed by the tragic accident last week and which took the life of Basketball legend Kobe Brian. His daughter and several several other people on the S S. Seventy six. That crashed north of La so was a terrible moment And of course it did slightly overshadow the start of the show but and did put some sort of focus perhaps also on safety and the renewed focus. That industry always strives for but because of that accident accidents And because the accident is still being investigated the at this point. There isn't that much we can talk about on the podcast but Just is to say that. Obviously it was a tragic event. And the industry's recognizing that we we. We saw some several of the companies sort of moment silence before the press conferences. And so on. But it hasn't really been overshadowed the event in a way that perhaps we thought it might ride. Just think of one thing. There's a number of safety workshops were done on this past weekend. FAA Administrator and others it it allowed them to highlight safety even more SAFETIES core focus focus of the helicopter industry but is going to be I think a rallying cry to redouble our efforts for the Industry Roy Absolutely Mike and and so moving onto the events of the show itself of course This pretty well. The biggest news that broke in terms of the industry was the surprise acquisition of the Swiss helicopter Copter Company by Leonardo so Tony of course we're in the middle of all of that. Yes it was a real surprise. I mean they had a press conference tonight before they no clues were revealed it was. It was quite a shocker. That the next morning sort of been clearly been bubbling away for a few weeks or even a few months. We'll see aviation. We have been invited out to Sicily the month before. If you've read your most recent edition Asian of the magazine you'll seeing that Doing their flight test and Sisley. But this is a real big deal for Leonardo. It gets them back into the light helicopter market and so finally just got could be awol one nine Koala which is just one the US Navy Pilot training competition partition But now by securing the s eight zero nine. They don't have to develop a new one themselves. They literally bog in it costs. Release something like five hundred million to a billion euros to develop a new helicopter and they've got one for one hundred eighteen million euros essentially that Isabel and was is that a bit of a surprise the promise of all of the aspects of that story the fact that it was such a bargain basement price culture initially been looking for four additional owners had their their owners Lynnwood. They've been funding them for the past decade. I mean we I saw what was then. The Marinko says I helicopter in two thousand eleven and they managed to prove to produce a flying prototype in in four years and there was a lot of skeptics when I showed up here in two thousand eleven even but but since then I've gone from strength to strength. They had had some challenges. I mean they're on prototype free now and that's the one that really seems to be working. And that's the aircraft that seems to have given confidence to investors and in particular not to Leonardo that this might be a viable product. Roy Of course they did exhibit exhibit. Some design changes. Could you just talk about a few of those. Yes so we. We saw some changes to the upper. cowlings this is essentially a single engine helicopter POW by Honeywell H. E. S. nine hundred engine so two point eight five metric ton aircraft. So they've essentially made some changes to the top of the aircraft after justice of the aero-dynamics to better ride smooth ride which is something that they want. They want to try and get a smooth ride as possible because they wanted to make it easier. Easier to develop an autopilot which will then give them a single engined insurance rules and capability Rydin and Mike. Did you get a chance to go and see it on the exhibit floor. Aw I did Now also visited them at their headquarters at secon Switzerland last month and I was really impressed really by the team So they've hired a lot of X Airbus and Leonardo Bell really from from everywhere and they've really changed the the the makeup of the team that it's instead of being a Swiss helicopter using Swiss suppliers is a global helicopter using global talent and global suppliers so I think think That the new road ahead the new the the The new prototypes. That are flying. I think they've really turned the corner in the last year and obviously their her Their new owners saw that as well pretty important to remember as well. This is going to remain an autonomous unit. Going to be separate of Leonardo this is pretty. The more crucial aspects is that Copter wants to try and remain small in quite agile and speedy so Hopefully away away from the Bam off. The Leonardo it can still develop an bringing new technologies pretty rapidly. Leonardo management of talked about the copter being used as a as as a testbed for hybrid technologies for electric propulsion. And so on so the next steps should be interesting and with the backing of a big group that should help push sales els change the supply chain. It could be a game changer. For for the copter draft and Well of course talking game changers and the segue potentially into the electric field Although there weren't as many e veto type concepts here this year the with the the bell nexus showing up at last year's event There was of course still some activity and Mike. You're you're leading the charge really and telling the world about the veto revelation. You came up with some startling. earthling statistics To open the show with the could you tell us a bit more. About how many numbers of of new entrance right so the vertical society's been tracking EV development since two thousand thirteen timeframe we had our first workshop in two thousand fourteen so this past week or the week before the show. We had our our seventh annual electric. Vitale symposium So we've been tracking things closely and we have a website that tracks the all the developments the aircraft so the beginning of the week we had two hundred fifty two different concepts listed By the end of the week we'll have a few more as more things of have have come to light But yeah it's That tracks everything you know. Let's see later this area so not all of those are really be likely to end up on a product right But yeah almost two hundred companies or or inventors are looking at this base and didn't do say that it's the if you average out the rate at which they've been added added they seem to be coming out of the woodwork about two two per week to March one hundred year so every January two fifty. Now it's one hundred and fifty last year about fifty the year before so it's It's almost like a mass hysteria where everybody is so excited. Needed about The potential of electric vitale. That anybody who has this idea starts to design something or maybe even flies a drone or something subscale but It's really much more complicated than that and You really have a really holistic view of of an airspace. product development because safety is really key and understand system. Safety Design is really Was GonNA make a viable product right and of course. We did talk to a few of the company's traditional national helicopter companies like instrum for example who've Just told us that. They're talking to some veto manufacturers about being able to provide production facility or at least a way of certifying and even Helping them through to the reality of of the of producing the defying an aircraft or at least in a veto vehicle right. So they're really exciting. Thing about electric vitale is. There's a lot of investment money coming in from Silicon Valley another millionaires or other investors which is fantastic to have all this new money coming into aerospace defense money or or big. Oem Money so it's it's new money so they have a lot of really exciting innovative ideas but they don't necessarily know how to certified aircraft or aircraft production facilities so companies like instrument and others. 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"marinko" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

10:52 min | 2 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

"Positive but I heard stories like I got a friend. One that was on a running data golden gate a Golden Gate Park and you know some bowel movement started to happen and she had to like literally duck out in like poop in the woods so they never saw each other again. I don't think it's because of the pooping or maybe it was. I don't know I guess I will seal this person's story because they are here in the room and they've told me this story where he went on a date with a girl who had a bad stomach and on their uber ride home he started smelling trying things in the Uber and thought it was the drew. Hey Rolling down the window. And when they stopped at her destination he helped her out of the car and saw that there was a spot on the seat and her parents had saved on it and she didn't say anything about it the entire tied and he escorted her up the stairs and said good night. She never acknowledged it and I guess few days later. Sorry I'm butchering the story. She texted and said thank you for thinking and it. Just thank you I guess and he he wrote back like no problem shit because she did not back. Yeah I mean we actually had this whole discussion discussion about this and take up on the recent episode. We did Zimper de that. Yeah Watch listen to it. It's too good to live. But anyways part of The discussion ended up. Being like was what happens. When stuff happens out out of your control like sometimes you just can't hope like if you had a pooper throw up like things happen so if you aren't a date with someone in that happens it's like an everything else is going to like? I would encourage you to like try to give them the benefit of the doubt or if it happens to you just like being like ham super embarrassed embarrassed and just owning it because like it would be a shame to like let something like that killer relationship if it was something that was an unforeseen circumstance chew question so we don't end cycle. Who is the last inspirational question version? According to US I know you do you love you. Poll question is after all these seasons seasons whether that inspires you keep going. What is it about this that motivates you day in and day out of like why do you have the passion for it and what's to come with the cast in the beginning? Yes you have. Confessions of a matchmaker. So the question just to repeat Pete it one more time. Hopefully I get all of this is kind of what keeps US inspired going by doing data like and then what is in the future for dateable it just well first of all. It's you guys. Thank you for coming up skimming really embarrassing if nobody we had a lot of ours. VP's Lena offline you people are so. I'm supporting us. Because it's it's big that's why we do it otherwise to each other. Why do we the hearing stories and also we get these emails from people? We've never met some than live in Australia. Some live villa beans and they'll save this episode really resonated and with me. I mean at a guy friend who was like the single mother episode. Really resonated with me weird win win a story or perspective can really touch you or change the way you think about dating and just life in general and what keeps me going is that I learned something new every single time record we every time a guest leaves. I'm just like floored even if even as an episode about pooping I will have learned. There's something new and inspirational. So it's been life changing for myself and I love this opportunity to keep evolving my own thoughts. Yeah definitely would like we had this girl come up to us at a crab feed last year and she was like I recognize the podcast. Can I introduce you to my boyfriend like every weekend for a while I would just like go to the park and like put on headphones. Listen to dateable because I was just like so frustrated by data like all this stuff and I just like hearing that was like I mean obviously shoes like a with a really great guy and like they seem super happy but just like the general vibe that this this woman had was just like so much more positive uplifting and just like seeing that and hearing with the stories come in and see like the people we mentioned like the guest. We've had that lives. Live supply taken like one eighties and also dislike the two of us to like. I think we both had very different views going into this. That we're not nearly as open minded as we are now. Oh so I think that's what keeps me going just the continued learning and evolution and just like really understanding. What's happening with modern dating especially as we go into twenty only twenty? He'll futuristic but what's next for. I think like for us like obviously keep making great great content like we want to just keep making episodes that resonate like I think we've seen a few reviews on apple which makes dateable relatable so the stuff that we can do that leg makes you guys like feel like you're not alone in your dating lives like that's kind of where are a mess but like I mean just big big picture. We'd love to take this to TV. We'd love this to take us to other media so like that's kind of like our pie in the sky dream so we'll see how that plays out if you follow us on instagram. We recently went to New York and we were invited by the wing in New York to do a talk about dating and when we were there we took a few meetings. I won't mention who but those were great meetings for us explore kind of life where we can take a podcast. I think everyone's always like what do you do the podcast after you put it out there now almost is five years. I think now we're really thinking like teenage stages of our podcast. What does that mean? How how can we grow but what what is a bigger platform? We can build for a much bigger influence and having giving people a bigger platform to voice. Irvine's cool all right. We're going to one one thing before one. Ask Ask I guess for you guys. If you could tell a friend about data all that can help us get there so So we're going to do a couple. Thank you thank you guys so much for coming out we really really appreciate it. This means so much to us. Think Logan for opening up their slow and Kerry incisive the checkout her episode. Make sure you also follow us on social media because video is dropping this week like mention should really have two more episodes until the season finale which means three more episodes for the rest of the year. They're all going to be fantastic episodes but that also means we're looking looking for new guests so yeah new inspiration for twenty twenty. It's going to be a big year for all of us. I can feel it so if you have any ideas or want to be a guest on our show please let us snow. I really wanted to toto for having us and for allowing us the space again. It's like a physical all platform for us to share our learnings and what we've will be created with dateable podcast. So thank you so much. Kona Am Marinko and Rio. If he's back there wherever he may be thank you Ria and who took a photo in the poop pool in the back and tagged it again see full you guys get a free Emoji pillows so if you haven't done that yet you should probably go and take some more because we will have with more time after this. So yeah put those photos on instagram. You just have to tag toto wash lit. We'll put him back up on the screen and then you can win your own Emoji. GS and some of whom he movies are girls and some of them are gender neutral. Just so you know and last but not least we want to thank the crew. First and foremost Larry who will be a guest on her show to be a friend to producer and he's going to be a permanent fixture. Animal live events going forward when Tracy right there. who able to comment? How very very last minute and thank you so much for all of your audio and video expertise? We think we're in day. I'm like the Stop Toyota. Thank you so much snapping all these photos. We're going to upload a bunch of them onto our social media so you guys can stock our social media. It's always a good way to do that. Anybody else I'm missing. Who had earlier today Soga? That's pretty good. So yeah thank you to our fair sponsor POW MIA which humped us up for this events. That was really nice of them. Yeah and I've taken giant dump this time to do it very comfortable. The case for you if you want to announce that you're about are you Rashad is out there you go. I feel come to the show last but not least we always in all episodes with dateable. Right okay so on the counter. Three one uh-huh and want to continue the conversation I to follow us on Instagram facebook and twitter with the handle at dateable podcast tag in any post with a Hashtag. Stay dateable and trust us. We look at all those posts then Dan head over to our website dateable PODCAST DOT com. There you'll find all the episodes as articles videos and our coaching service with vetted industry experts. You can also to find our premium y series where we dissect analyzed and offer solutions to some of the most common dating conundrums Roseau downloadable for free on spotify apple podcast. Google play overcast stitcher radio and other podcasts platforms. Your feedback is valuable to us. So don't forget to leave us a review and most importantly remember to to stay dateable.

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"marinko" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

14:12 min | 2 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dan? A tip. You can offer people that may be interested in starting their own business, and maybe help them avoid that particular one. What would it be? Well, I did they'd early idea every single step by myself innovating. And when things start to get busier, I hired assistant or intern or I had a studio sewing studio at one point, but everything to do everything by yourself. It's impossible, and you have to, you know, do a lot of research for, like how to make your product line out there. It's a lot of money and it's overwhelming at one point. And you. Yes. And it's like you have to buy brick cut Hubbard so far, you know, so the product I on them, and then, you know, do the quality control put in, you know, plastic bag or wrapping and ship it out at the same time you still have. To do website. You know, photo shoot update your Facebook post or a life, I know there's like four full-time jobs in there. I found the same thing you know, for a short time as my listeners know I was designing and making luxury dog coats and accessories under the Katori by Sophie brand, and it was just me. And it was very overwhelming. There were never enough hours in the day and the tough thing is how when you're new if you don't have funding. Do you get help how do you afford help until you are making enough money to do that? So it's, it's a very, very tough problem. Hopefully, you can get friends who love you out at the beginning. Yeah. I mean that's why it took me like twelve years, I had no out of ties meant, you know, or I didn't attend expensive trade show that cook bringing a lot of orders from buyers. I couldn't afford it, but it's kind of spread out a word of mouth and one store started to carry myself, and they put my product on the magazine. And then he started, you know, to spread out. Wow. That's and that's the best way organic growth is really the most real. And I think this way to grow brand because the people that discover you and stick with you and turn other people onto you are your fans and. Yeah, and fans are the best promotion. You can get so. Absolutely. Yeah. Well, the cool thing is that you did grow. But you still are that really organic brand, which is a beautiful. Thing and you truly are like, sort of the very best of sourcing mom and pop artisans and manufacturers to now become part of the Middletown brand family in terms of the companies, and the people that you work with that help you do what you do. Tell us a little bit about your manufacturing partners. Yes, in beginning, you know, like I personally looked it up online, like where I can ask to do it of silkscreen printing on canvas tote, and it took me a while, but the first very first so screen printer, which is his company name is called Ikano graphics. And I found it like on yelp, and I was like, oh my God, that's like a block away from my apartment, then, you know, I started using him for small project because I had no money to, to make. And then nowadays, you know, like we became one of the best. Friends, you know, and we share so many personal thing, and he understands everything what I want to do and one hundred print technique that I'm looking for, and he is the best when it comes to printing t shirts and come the stoats and stuff, and I started doing in, because when I got Lauder for the tote bags I branched out the manufacturer a tote bag manufacturer in Brooklyn south side of the Brooklyn. And then, you know, it's very tiny factory, maybe five or six dollars but, you know, we still drive up there. And then you see the progress and, you know, now they're what needs to be done in terms of colty control, and blah, blah by like we had a very tight team setting for a little while. But then this current manufacturer in the mid west. The owner of the factory found me on. The internet somehow and then he's like let me make the Tofig for you. I love what you create and let us do your work. And I was like, okay, I'll give her shot and yeah we it's working out for you. Yes, yes. Yes, there they've been very consistent and their quality control is amazing. Yeah. Like reduced so much of, you know, my workload for the canvas toll collections. So it's happening. You're, you're growing, which is wonderful. When we. Yeah. When we talked a little earlier you were in the midst of telling me how you are sewing, and cutting and doing this, and that and I still making certain garments from your your home your your apartment. And you said, yeah, I'm doing the bandanas. And that's yeah, that's a lot the bandanas or or like a great thing to talk about. Because I think that your colors and your patterns are, especially vibrant and signature of the brand in your bandanas. And I would love to know what you look for in choosing that in terms of fabric patterns colors had her. Yeah. I like very classic style and my fabric collection, I would like to take anything unisex. I don't want thanks to be like to one like one to be two girly or Ron fabrics to be too Spacey, or you. Just because geometric is very popular these days, like, I'm not gonna carry geometrics just because of that trend, you know, like I want to keep carrying the fabric that is like a stick to my you know my brand standard, and I want timeless classics thing not, not the trend. So I wanna pick like good collar like read, or, you know, navy and orange like anything to do with, like, what I would also wear, you know, like I want my doctor as well so yeah, yeah. And you have this really adorable collection of bandanas that are your western collection out guy. Love those they're so cute and the colors are great. You'll see these on the barking swagger page so you can check out what I'm talking about. Where'd you find that all? It's, you know, like I collect a lot of stuff on online on EBay or, you know, like all these like auction stuff. Ditch fabrics some of these days. Yeah. And then Lynn dish fabrics. It's very limited. Right. And at the same time, the condition of the fabric is not always the same. So sometimes the edges are like frayed already. So I have to, like, cut it all off and then saw them, you know, do the edge stitching. And with the, you know, like I do I do you gotta make it yeah, yeah. I'm not just selling like okay, his, you know, the bandana I found on EBay. I'm just reselling on my website, you know. Like I don't do that. No. You'll have to make your own. You have Middletown brand. Absolutely. You have a section on your site called charity goods. What is that? Yes, I always wanted to give back to the community and also the shelters, you know, that's I'm very passionate about helping homeless pets both new us and in Japan as well. So I created, you know some design targeting for in promoting the pet adoptions. So some some products that are like twenty percent goes to let the box shelter where Brown is from. Or sometimes I collaborate with small organization, and an idol to design for three, and then raise money using my product for them. I guess that's something I feel good about doing it. And then, you know. Yeah, absolutely. I see one of the things that you do on your charity, goods page. Is affiliated with the Japanese N P, O hunting dog rescue, what is that? That's their own ization name. It's called scent. Hound dog rescue it started to, you know, housewives wanted to help out these animals from the shelters. There are visualized in rescuing hunting dogs. You know, like Plott hound or, you know, more bigger breed than the toy poodle you God. Because your parents faces are limited, so a lot of smaller dogs, get adopted quickly, but bigger dogs like hunting dogs. They are not really like, you know, trained to stay in house, or there are actually used in hunting. So they get less chance of getting a tough thing. So they started pulling them out by themselves like there's no one else bucking up this organization. There are just doing it just for the dogs, who had less chance. So I wanted to help them out like, somehow, you know, like raise awareness of like look, these dogs are used for hunting, but that was previous life and data's is our second life, you know, like I said, our life with a loving home. Yes. So I wanted to reflect that message into my design and then it's doing well that's fantastic. That it's so nice Morocco really great. So. So Marinko and continuing to talk a little bit about tips for people who are interested in in doing this themselves. There was one thing that you'd mentioned to me about protecting your creations your designs. Tell us about that. Yes. Well, this comes from my own experience. It's really hard to, you know, hard to believe if anyone will do this. But my will the original product which I did so many design drawings. And I did a proto samples and redo the protas on pole, and then make it again. And you know tweak again, like that was my work and I didn't see anything else on the market. Right. And one day, you know, I was searching on FC for my new product, making sure no one else is doing. And then I found this, you know, one brand selling exactly the same product at line but using their own logo on. On top of different, you know, location, they stole your designs in other words, I believe, so, and, but I was lucky enough to document all my conceptual design art. You know, from my scrapbook and the process of my sample making and patterns and how I so how I changed I had all the evidence. So I brought that up to et CE legal team. And then at C, you know, like they helped me greatly on this case. And, you know, when I appeal to them, they protect my right? And then they took down there listening. You know, the other and yeah, you were able to prove that these were your designs, I guess so that's so important. Document what you do. Yeah. And protect yourself because you never know when somebody is going to copy your great idea. Yes. So you don't think your design is like nothing or just a small thing or anything, just make sure like you never know anyone would do this thing. And I ain't general, I don't want to cause any problem or I respect other designers, but it was really hard to see. Yeah. This is a very important tip a good tip thing. Yes, you're welcome. Okay. So we are coming up to having to say goodbye, and I really don't wanna do that because I've so enjoyed talking with you before we go. Is there anything new coming up for the brand that we should know about? Yeah. Like Alba poppin here and there, but all the information I usually update on our Instagram, just Milton brand. That would be our Instagram name. So if you could follow, that would be the place you find most updated inflammation, and new product, and where I am at and what I'm doing. What are? Yes, that's perfect. Well, I wanna thank you so much for joining me on the show today. I hope everybody learned a little bit more about what it's like behind the scenes to start a brand, and about the mill town brand in general..

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"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Yeah. They like it. I like it too working few hours for the same salary. What's not to like about that, Jamie? Ron you've been looking into this for us. That's right companies around the world are doing it. And I've even tried out myself. I'm gonna explain how it works a bit nature on it. Wasn't as perfect as you might expect ROY. Okay. And when we were kind of initially researching this program, we came across this prediction, didn't we from the economist John minute Keane's back in the nineteen thirties. He reckoned thanks to technology that by now would be spending just fifteen hours a week at work plea that hasn't happened or hasn't happened yet. Sadly, not the average what we varies from one country to another. But it tends to be somewhere between thirty five and forty five hours a week. And there's some places a culture of overwork and pressure to conform means there are people working more than double that and one place where employees have traditionally been expected to conform. Sometimes put in long hours. One country that springs to mind is Japan. Yeah. A government survey in two thousand sixteen showed that nearly a quarter of companies in Japan have employees working more than eighty hours overtime a month. While and twelve percent have employees breaking the one hundred hours Mark of even heard stories about employees working ridiculously long hours sometimes to four or five in the morning before coming back to the office for nine AM just enough time for a shower and a couple of hours sounds live Magnusson an a miserable way to to live your life. And I work is obviously a really serious issue there, and it's one reporter Marinko ROY has been spending time investigating in Tokyo..

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"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"After a flood the poor get poorer yet, the rich grow, richer and federal disaster aid is part of the reason after a shooting in Sacramento, some Californians demand changes to police use of force rules when does criticism of Israel count as anti semitic. And why is the head of the FDA Lieven? It's Wednesday March six this day in eighteen thirty six Mexican forces overwhelmed. The defenders of the Alamo the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen appears before a congressional committee this hour to answer questions about border security NPR's Joel rose says she's expected to be asked about President Trump's declaration of a national emergency along the US Mexico border. The chairman of the house homeland security committee democrat Bennie Thompson of Mississippi wanted Neilson to testify last month and threatened to issue a subpoena. If she didn't Nielsen said, she had scheduling conflicts, but will appear before the committee voluntarily Yeltsin is likely to face questions about the president's declaration of a national emergency at the southern border as well as the administration's former policy of separating migrant families, thousands of children were separated from their parents before it was rescinded at the same time, the head of US customs and border protection will appear before a Senate panel to answer questions about his agencies work at the southern border. Joel rose NPR news. The White House is refusing to provide. Documents about the security clearance as senior adviser Jared Kushner as NPR's Matthew Schwartz reports the request is part of an investigation by House Democrats on how the Trump administration gives out security clearances, the house oversight committee had asked for documents about the security clearance process, generally and Kushner's clearance specifically, but a White House attorney said the request was premature unprecedented and quote, extraordinarily intrusive. As it seeks the entire investigative files of many of Trump's senior advisors. The White House counsel said that whether or not a security clearances granted is exclusively a decision for the executive branch committee, chairman illogic Cummings bristled at the response. He said the security clearance system is broken. And he criticized the administration for not respecting Congress's oversight role. Matthew, Schwartz NPR news, Washington, R and B singer R Kelly who's facing several sexual abuse charges in Chicago is denying the allegations in an. Interview with CBS news Kelly says past claims of sexual misconduct of which he was acquitted are now being wrongly held against him. Crazy pass what I've been through. All right now. I just think I need to be worse than whole girls against wheelchair them up in my basement. And and don't let them eat and don't let them out unless they need some chills. Downstream from apple. Kelly pleaded not guilty last month to charges that he sexually assaulted three teenage girls and a woman in separate incidents. Dating back to nineteen ninety eight. The federal government says last year's US trade deficit set a record at six hundred twenty one billion dollars. That's the highest. It's been in a decade last year, President Trump imposed costly tariffs on foreign goods insisting that would reduce the trade deficit and help American businesses on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average is down thirty two points at twenty five thousand seven hundred seventy four you're listening to NPR news from Washington from K Q in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. Crews in sonoma's counting have cleared out more than five hundred tons of debris from around the flooded Russian river since Saturday, they expect to remove even more this week. Fred Stemmler of recall Aji sonoma's Marin is cautioning residents. Clearing their properties. Not to just toss out. Hazardous materials with the rest of their trash. He says if things like paint cans oil filters, medications and fluorescent lights aren't disposed of property properly. They can cause serious. Environmental harm people are loading up and material into say a pickup truck, and then a canister would be punctured. And until if it passes any waterway, especially with all the rain that we're having to can go into a storm drain and then straight into the river. Stimulus says the cleanup from the flooding could take at least another four weeks the head of the union representing Muny. Operators has been suspended from office. The San Francisco Examiner is reporting that Roger Marinko the president of Transport Workers Union local two fifty a lost his leadership position days before the union was set to begin contract talks with the city Marinko was removed from office temporarily after a complaint from some union members that he improperly endorsed a candidate for a union position during a TWU meeting the newspaper reports the complaint came from allies of the last. President who have challenged marincos leadership since he won the last election in sports a beatdown from being town in oaktown..

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"marinko" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You like them Kovachev with huge experience, and then he's he's pass no Sora fascination with Joe genial was a guy that he these guys all played along with seven people of one title in hard successful. If you look an I'm sorry, Gordon. You look at some of the issues if you look at some of the personnel and flexibility, and maybe gobble Stevie can touch this this moments. I'm seeing Marinko sorry. As one of the least flexible coaches of the top coaches around at the moment, right? Seems to be you mentioned before we came on air one club in his club. One trick pony. That's how it seems at the moment liquor. I split Quinto. How these best season ever as a right cited centreback jokes about three. No feel but. Dovid Louise is been much more effective for Lovie reasons. But three. Marcus lonzo's not been great as a fill bug. He was great as a wing barred and Gola Conti is not a forward Franken midfielder. He's choose success as a holding midfielder, he's another possession. And that's before we get to eat. So what I'm saying? Yes, there were. But when you've the Pasenelli, and the things the most at the moment, the was the most moment and Stevie mentioned, sorry abo-, Sarah, bow and the other thing saris system here, this it drives me nuts because you have Squatty players know munya Nate optional. You've fighting the top four you've got to score the players the defamed away against it. You wanna play through you'll Geno get but he's been figured out. Right. And an awesome false. And they won't be the last you look at other coaches, right? You'll pep. The mindset you play the same way all the time. No, they don't play by. Sometimes the play a full that changed in Medfield Chelsea basically one change. Optional right. Michelle. And he put it up information Lipou four three three for a long time. Whether they do this you want to Chiquita and the team play to Holden midfielders play full two three one. And by the way, a move the most impressive player from the season before and Mosala em strike could possession. I know drought. Minnow by at times. It's been flexible. Sorry, that's insane for his good stylus play assurance me. At the moment. He's become the most inflexible manager that invite away as Barkley over for Kovachev Barclay on kovachevich. And then it's Hudson DOI on for ten minutes. No one thing can go bio Munich, so fool the players Gaba. I'm sorry. Right. Don't come in full the players under the boss when every other manager showing some flexibility, and all you do is go here's my four three three. And the say, oh, this is sorry. What a load of nonsense. Greg. What I'll do agree with you on is that when you said, he's become inflexible. He's not become inflexible. This is what he does what he was like Napoli what he was criticized for Napoli, and you're right. He he really doesn't make changes not just in the formation, but to the personnel either. And I personally think that's not good. By the way, he inherited Ruediger, but Kristinsson is somebody who, you know. Well, I'm not I never said he bought ridiculous therefore players playing the we caned the haven't won the title with jail. See that's that was my point was Riddick. Kepa? Just I know. I know he bite Riddick. Oh..

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"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time is one o'clock from WHYY in Philadelphia. This is fresh air. I'm Dave Davies in for Terry gross on today's show the political brawl that grew out of America's crisis of confidence in the nineteen seventies. Inflation and unemployment were high American hostages were held in Iran. An energy shortage led to fights even murder in gaslines journalist. Jon ward tells us about democratic Senator Ted Kennedy's practically unthinkable challenge of the incumbent president from his own party, Georgia peanut farmer. Jimmy Carter who seemed overwhelmed by the events of the day. Carter has the lowest approval rating of any president up until then right? His ratings were lower than Richard Nixon. And Watergate am. Yeah. Can you how how is that possible? Wards new book is called Camelot's and Kennedy versus Carter and the fight that broke the Democratic Party. Also, John powers reviews, the new H B O movie Brexit. First news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone no response from the White House yet on a house request that President Trump postponed, the January twenty ninth state of the union address, the annual presidential speech to congress and the nation is traditionally delivered from the house of representatives and attended by members of both chambers along with the supreme court the cabinet and top military and diplomatic brass house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the long-running government shutdown poses security concerns. I have no doubt that our men and women in the federal workforce have the capability to protect infants that they want to say is you don't think they can professionals they trained for this. It should be paid for this. Now one day later in a letter President Trump is told speaker Pelosi that her planned trip to Brussels, Egypt, Afghanistan has been postponed and will be rescheduled when the shutdown is over. I am sure you would agree. Trump wrote that postponing this. Public relations event is totally appropriate. End quote, President Trump offered his condolences to the families of the four Americans killed by an ISIS suicide attack this week in Syria and remarks at the Pentagon. There was no mention of larger US Syria policy. NPR's? Tom Bowman has more the president made the remarks at the Pentagon before he outlined an increased emphasis on missile defense. I want to take a moment to express my deepest condolences to the families of the brave American heroes who laid down their lives yesterday in selfless service to our nation. These are great people the prison immediately pivoted to what he called the security crisis at the Mexican border. Meanwhile, US-backed rebels in Syria vowed to go after ISIS sleeper cells with the help of American airstrikes. US officials say ISIS fighters are slipping back into cleared areas. Tom Bowman NPR news, Washington federal immigration agents separated many more migrant children. From their parents in the year before family separation became an official and controversial policy of the Trump administration. NPR's John Burnett reports and inspector general's official told reporters Thursday that thousands of kids were taken from their parents at the border, quote, more children over a longer period of time than the public was aware of the aggressive and unannounced policy began in the summer of two thousand seventeen has President Trump crackdown on illegal crossings, the official said those children were all discharged from government custody before the issue exploded into the headlines last April reports of wrenching scenes in border jail sales where uniformed agents took hysterically crying children away from their parents prompted the government to discontinue the policy today, it has reunited nearly all of the children with parents or release them to relatives living in the country. John burnett. NPR news Wall Street approaching the close the Dow up one hundred sixty two points, the NASDAQ up forty nine this is NPR from news. I'm Tara Siler. The commuter van company. Chariot is shutting down leaving about three hundred drivers out of work. But San Francisco's MTA is hiring experienced drivers. Here's K cooties. Raquel maria. Dylan Kendra Watkins is a chariot driver from Oakland who's facing unemployment in a matter of weeks. She in about one hundred other drivers met with the city's head recruiter mayor London breed took talk about working for Muny Watkins, like most chariot drivers says she'll have to upgrade her commercial, driver's license. Yes. It's gonna be a drag to go and sit at read the DMV handbook again, but I'm excited because I know that I'm gonna even learn more than I did the first time, but passing the DMV tests and air brake certification might be the easy part. So it's not just about operating. Roger Marinko represents Muny drivers as president of Transport Workers Union, local two fifty. He says chariots clientele is very different from Younis transit.

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"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Out of work. San Francisco's MTA is hiring. Experienced drivers sounds like an opportunity. Here's Raquel Maria. Dylan Kendra Watkins is a chariot driver from Oakland who's facing unemployment in a matter of weeks. She in about one hundred other drivers met with the city's head recruiter. Mayor London breed to talk about working for Muny Watkins like most chariot drivers says she'll have to upgrade her commercial drive. Vers license. Yes. It's going to be a drag to go and sit at read the DMV handbook again, but I'm excited because I know that I'm going to even learn more than I did the first time, but passing the DMV tests and air brake certification might be the easy part. So it's not just about Roger Marinko represents Muny drivers as president of Transport Workers Union, local two fifty. He says chariots clientele is very different from Younis transit operators are not just transit operators. They become teachers on the bus. They become police officers on the bus, they become nurses on the bus for all that Muny pays entry level drivers about twenty two dollars an hour. Just a bit more than chariot. But that would be worth it to chariot driver. Justin Sexton because the Muny driver job comes with these city pension growing up. I've always been taught that no matter what you want to get you a pension. Maybe that's me hanging out with older people. Maybe that's be hanging out. My grandfather, should I say. But I mean, it's beautiful situation to me to help potential drivers prepare. Pair to apply for the job. The city is opening its new three week driver training program city drive to.

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"marinko" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"I've say when I grew up I was very conservative. I think my first presidential election. I voted for Mike Huckabee. I believe that was my first president might have might have been second. But I think it was the first one who I voted for and now my after going to war and my time in the Marine Corps. My basic political philosophy is I don't give a fuck what you do is. As you don't like hurt somebody else like that's my main political philosophy. So we are definitely shaped by our experiences for sure, but you've had a very interesting life, not just in the Marine Corps. But before it, and you had to tweet the other day that talked about how you would have three different people play you in a row because I think that's always a fun game. Especially when you think about combat like me, if I had to pick somebody to play me, I think I would do before Tom green would be what one of mine for sure. You're probably Jack black now that I'm a little fatter. And then I like to think of my Marine Corps days. Just somebody like really attractive like Justin Timberlake to put it on their take. That would be good. But you had a really good when I wanna walk through. Why you thought these were your people your people are your young life prior to be an marinas? Chris Pratt wise that well if you've ever been a fan of arts and rent this character on that show as one I think of when I think of Chris Pratt long before star Lord radio that and that was a lot me always wanna make people laugh icon was lost them a home world, honestly, assault things as they affected me. Not anyone around me. But I had a good heart. And I was nice to people. So I think that character really reminds me of where I was before the marine or kind of found me and showed me how could be it's not that was kind of funny in honestly, these three guys specifically, I look out to allied Callen carry themselves in and out of movies alike. Whether talking to speak publicly allowed respect they have for people, and they seem to have a great time when there. Family and in that kind of thing really resonates with me security. Gotta ask you. If it was fat. Chris Pratt or in shape. Chris pratt. Probably more chubby Spratt Zalis Chevy played football on a little bit more Chevy. Did. Okay. Let's go to a second one in the Marine Corps after boot camp. You had Ryan Reynolds. Yeah. So you know, you go through boot camp, and you come out on your side. And you think you're God's gift to women. And that's Ryan Reynolds kinda comes in most roles. These had he had this kind of draw sarcasm, but it always works really well with women for better or worse. I did. Well, with the ladies I could see that dude with the southern draw and I could see getting out of camp throw it on the dress blues in just crushing it. You know, I tell people in probably this is the burst of done it in a media outlet. So I'll find out if it has a battery question about fall time. Now learn how to speak the crowds do public speaking in just networking connect with people by being one of one hundred thousand jar heads that kind of look the same dress the same in the military. Based in being one of hundred thousand hit on that waitress or right or did it go to go out with me? So I learned like many gotta really learn how to connect with somebody in separate yourself in a learn that by hitting on girls, the be honest with you, that's how learn this. And sometimes successful most of the time probably not. But but I appreciate that about Ron Reynolds. He definitely has charm that comes across thing that at least thought to have when I was in the wrinkle. So let's talk about while we're in your Marinko. Let's talk about what happened whenever you were injured because of people that are just listened to the podcast. They don't know you you are double amputee. Can you kind of explain what what happened to to lead you to where you're at now? Yeah. Absolutely lost. Both my legs above the knee in a bomb blast in Afghanistan. Back in two thousand ten and that time working as a Neo de check in explosive ordinance disposal or Bonte in my path..

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"marinko" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Watch the trailer for that the it's really interesting. I feel like you should get her in here Marinko. Yeah. I don't think you could do it. I think I as the whole time breaker. I want to see who wins. It's like a mobile like. No, no, no, no. No, no. The thing is is that that positive take the the queer eye meat orders where the people change our lives. Right. And I think it's less about like if you're happy with the organization, you have clutter is not bad. It's about appreciating the things that you have she she's very she's into venerating the objects that you love, and that's the thing that I think you can like, yeah, she has ritualized the understanding that you get rid of things that you don't necessarily feel ready to get rid of and deeper behind that difficult thing some people. Yeah, is is the understanding of your relationship with those things to appoint? And it's okay. If like, you go through the things, and you actually don't want to get rid of things because you have deep connections with everything it's finding those connections. Again. I watched the trailer for that. And I founded uplifting as it was intended. It's a well kept trailer and it looks like a enjoyable show. I found myself worried that the show would do this classic American television thing of. Hey, you can fix your whole life by Thursday. If you only have the right guidance and willpower. Yeah. Which is just one of the most wait what screwed up. I will say that say the first house they go to it's not like one week. It's like a whole month, really work. Okay. All right. So they stretch it out. So you watched one of the episodes. I watched too. Did it make you want to tidy up your house? It is so much triggering things. What's the honestly, I just want her reaction when she gets the front door we want. I think what you bring up very condo. You're cordially invited to the cave. We've got a film it though. We know the I think the gale Gilbert produced it, really. Yeah. Nice. Holy cow world together. What what's your what's your media diet? Like when you're doing late night feedings and stuff norm. What do you? What do you watch him with the music? I have cancelling headphones in music now. Okay. I did a lot of I did a lot of this American life. Okay. So one of the things that that when the kids are infants you can sometimes get them to sleep for long periods of time by putting them in the car seat and driving them around at nice, and I used to do that for several months. I did that every night between like eleven and two AM. Oh my God. So that my wife could get some sleep. And so I would just I would I would call a buddy of mine in New York who like never slept and we would just either chat for hours or I would listen to this American life. Well, and I am I remember talking to a dad who in his neighborhood he would pass other data newborns. You would see there were there was one of their dead that would side load up in the stroller because here it was cool enough. It wasn't a problem with warm enough. It wasn't a problem. Right. Right. And I would go on a late night walk like with the bear. Mason case Coyote. And we'd just be bopping around the neighborhood with the stroller. And I you'd see there was one of their dad that was always out. Yeah. It's not. It's no longer the driveway moment for listening to know yards. No. It's the stroller whoop. Deep sleep moment. I watched I watched the entire run of always sunny. I think how do I was doing like late night feedings? Yeah. Yeah. And archer. So it's not appropriate viewing children. He doesn't care. Exactly was fine. Well, happy new year year. Glad to put an end to twenty eighteen that was an intense here. And I hope that things are brighter this year. I hope they feel brighter. I hope they seem things better. Fingers crossed. Morale's and stuff. We've got a lot of stuff. Oh, hey, the the just before we started the podcast the the Bladerunner blimp. Now, we've revealed it. Yes, it just went all it's now in my office at home and and going to set it up. Mute the Dunkin Jones the third I think maybe of the moon trilogy. Right. Right. Right. How it's neat..

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"marinko" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"marinko" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Watch the trailer for that the it's really interesting. I feel like you should get her in here Marinko. Yeah. I don't think you could do it. I think I as the whole time breaker. I want to see who wins. It's like a mobile like. No, no, no, no. No, no. The thing is is that that positive take the the queer eye meat orders where the people change our lives. Right. And I think it's less about like if you're happy with the organization, you have clutter is not bad. It's about appreciating the things that you have she she's very she's into venerating the objects that you love, and that's the thing that I think you can like, yeah, she has ritualized the understanding that you get rid of things that you don't necessarily feel ready to get rid of and deeper behind that difficult thing some people. Yeah, is is the understanding of your relationship with those things to appoint? And it's okay. If like, you go through the things, and you actually don't want to get rid of things because you have deep connections with everything it's finding those connections. Again. I watched the trailer for that. And I founded uplifting as it was intended. It's a well kept trailer and it looks like a enjoyable show. I found myself worried that the show would do this classic American television thing of. Hey, you can fix your whole life by Thursday. If you only have the right guidance and willpower. Yeah. Which is just one of the most wait what screwed up. I will say that say the first house they go to it's not like one week. It's like a whole month, really work. Okay. All right. So they stretch it out. So you watched one of the episodes. I watched too. Did it make you want to tidy up your house? It is so much triggering things. What's the honestly, I just want her reaction when she gets the front door we want. I think what you bring up very condo. You're cordially invited to the cave. We've got a film it though. We know the I think the gale Gilbert produced it, really. Yeah. Nice. Holy cow world together. What what's your what's your media diet? Like when you're doing late night feedings and stuff norm. What do you? What do you watch him with the music? I have cancelling headphones in music now. Okay. I did a lot of I did a lot of this American life. Okay. So one of the things that that when the kids are infants you can sometimes get them to sleep for long periods of time by putting them in the car seat and driving them around at nice, and I used to do that for several months. I did that every night between like eleven and two AM. Oh my God. So that my wife could get some sleep. And so I would just I would I would call a buddy of mine in New York who like never slept and we would just either chat for hours or I would listen to this American life. Well, and I am I remember talking to a dad who in his neighborhood he would pass other data newborns. You would see there were there was one of their dead that would side load up in the stroller because here it was cool enough. It wasn't a problem with warm enough. It wasn't a problem. Right. Right. And I would go on a late night walk like with the bear. Mason case Coyote. And we'd just be bopping around the neighborhood with the stroller. And I you'd see there was one of their dad that was always out. Yeah. It's not. It's no longer the driveway moment for listening to know yards. No. It's the stroller whoop. Deep sleep moment. I watched I watched the entire run of always sunny. I think how do I was doing like late night feedings? Yeah. Yeah. And archer. So it's not appropriate viewing children. He doesn't care. Exactly was fine. Well, happy new year year. Glad to put an end to twenty eighteen that was an intense here. And I hope that things are brighter this year. I hope they feel brighter. I hope they seem things better. Fingers crossed. Morale's and stuff. We've got a lot of stuff. Oh, hey, the the just before we started the podcast the the Bladerunner blimp. Now, we've revealed it. Yes, it just went all it's now in my office at home and and going to set it up. Mute the Dunkin Jones the third I think maybe of the moon trilogy. Right. Right. Right. How it's neat..

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