35 Burst results for "Michelle I"

The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 3 d ago

The Rich, Wealthy Claim to Be Victims

"If race is now the sole immutable barometer of who is a victim who was a victimizer, then LeBron James Jay-Z Kane west Chris Rock Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey are always to be among the eternally oppressed. Well, what did the LeBron James say? He scared to walk out of his house? Out of his mansion, yeah. That's exactly right. They're the eternal oppressed. The enormous influence power status and wealthy wield never negates their victimhood. Despite a nation three generations into affirmative action. In the immoral calculus of WOAK the poor white or Southeast Asian offspring of poorly paid high school dropouts constitute the privileged. And a multi millionaire racist like the TV anchorwoman joy read. Claims to be the perpetual victim. Not the inner city African American retiree

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Mourners Attend Vigil in NYC for Subway Attack Victim Michelle Go

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:33 sec | Last week

Mourners Attend Vigil in NYC for Subway Attack Victim Michelle Go

"The cover today of the New York Post that come into work, huge column covered the fear. There was a vigil in Times Square. For this beautiful woman, Michelle go, who is just standing on the subway platform and this raving lunatic timed it out, waited for the subway to come into the station and shoved her to her death. And I just think about the terror of these women from New York to

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Crime Spree Ravages America

The Trish Regan Show

01:35 min | Last week

Crime Spree Ravages America

"Me turn to another story that's really bugging me right now and that's the crime spree that we are seeing all over America from LA to Philadelphia, enormous amount of crime escalation in Philadelphia in recent days. And in New York City. So first of all, starting in LA, two recent incidents, one was a young woman who was working at a furniture store who was knives to death by a homeless person. The other was a 70 year old nurse out in the LA area. She was just going to work and she was attacked by a homeless person trying to get on the bus. She died. We have another homeless person in New York City, who pushed a young 40 year old woman, an executive at Deloitte, Asian woman, Michelle go right in front of a train and killed her. You know, the homeless thing, we got to get this under control. I'm sorry, you know what, if you're that messed up. The state actually has to take over. The state actually has to lock you up and put you away because you are a danger to society. 96 crimes reported just in the last two weeks on the New York City subway system. That's a 65% increase. I mean, we thought it was bad comrade de Blasio, right? In charge and now Eric Adams is not looking so hot. He actually is trying to tell everybody that the New York City subway system is quote safe. I'm sorry when you have a 65% increase in crimes. You want a woman 40 years old is pushed to her death by a homeless person. It's not safe.

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 Vigil to be held for woman pushed in front of train and killed by stranger

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

Vigil to be held for woman pushed in front of train and killed by stranger

"City's city's mayor mayor says says he he doesn't doesn't feel feel safe safe riding riding the the subway subway after after saying saying there there was was a a perception perception of of fear fear following following a a woman woman being being pushed pushed to to her her death death in in front front of of a a train train last last weekend weekend police police say say it it was was an an apparent apparent unprovoked unprovoked attack attack Michelle Michelle go go pushed pushed to to her her death death by by a a homeless homeless man man in in the the Times Times Square Square subway subway station station Saturday Saturday morning morning later later mayor mayor Eric Eric Adams Adams saying saying the the subways subways were were safe safe now now we we going going to to make make sure sure New New York York is is feels feels safe safe and and also also we we system system and and they they don't don't feel feel that that way way now now I I don't don't feel feel that that way way when when I I take take the the train train the the latest latest incident incident came came a a week week after after the the mayor mayor and and governor governor announced announced plans plans to to boost boost subway subway policing policing and and outreach outreach to to homeless homeless people people Adam Adam is is doubling doubling down down on on that that promise promise we we know know we we have have a a job job to to do do in in recent recent months months there there been been several several instances instances of of people people being being stabbed stabbed assaulted assaulted or or shoved shoved onto onto the the tracks tracks at at stations stations in in the the Bronx Bronx Brooklyn Brooklyn and and at at times times square square Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York New New

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Joe Rogan: Michelle Obama Would Win the Presidency if She Ran

Mark Levin

01:32 min | Last month

Joe Rogan: Michelle Obama Would Win the Presidency if She Ran

"But I am a complete and total moron That's important to know Speaking of which here's Joe Rogan Now I'm not suggesting that Joe Rogan is a moron God forbid No he's an incredibly popular podcast You're very different than broadcasting by the way We can get into that another time Joe Rogan is a podcaster and he has a podcast he makes millions of millions of dollars on Spotify And he said this was it yesterday I think it was yesterday He said this If Michelle Obama I really believe if Michelle Obama runs she wins Yeah I think she wins She's good She's great Yeah she's intelligent She's articulate she's the wife of the best president that we have had in our lifetime in terms of like a representative of an intellectual articulate people She should win All right couple things Cut my couple observations here I have a simple question for you Does that sound like a conservative to you Do you know anybody in your life in the public sphere privates fear someone on your Facebook page Anybody that's in your family friend people you work with people you stand on the sideline at your kid's soccer game which isn't really a soccer game It's just a bunch of little kids chasing a ball around Is there anybody that you know that would hear somebody say something like that and call themselves a conservative Is there anyone in your life that you have discussed that you know Oh yeah that's a real conservative person Her show she's incredibly conservative as she lets philosophically do you know any conservative in your life who would say that about both Michelle Obama and Barack

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Studs and duds from Rams’ 30-23 win over Vikings

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Studs and duds from Rams’ 30-23 win over Vikings

"The the rams rams have have clinched clinched a a playoff playoff berth berth in in taking taking over over first first place place in in the the NFC NFC west west with with the the thirty thirty twenty twenty three three win win over over the the Vikings Vikings Brandon Brandon pal pal returned returned a a punt punt sixty sixty one one yards yards for for a a third third quarter quarter touchdown touchdown that that help help Los Los Angeles Angeles overcome overcome Matthew Matthew Stafford's Stafford's first first three three interception interception game game since since twenty twenty eighteen eighteen budget budget easy easy part part just just caught caught the the ball ball around around on on the the sidelines sidelines of of no no I I give give all all props props to to the the the the ten ten guys guys out out there there blocking blocking phone phone because because they they did did they've they've been been doing doing a a helluva helluva job job ever ever since since I've I've began began to to return return if if a a making making a a blocks blocks ever ever since since I I got got back back there there so so it's it's like like all all I I do do is is the the easy easy part part is is cast cast Barbara Barbara sorry sorry Michelle Michelle rushed rushed for for a a season season I I one one hundred hundred thirty thirty one one yards yards and and a a score score for for the the eleven eleven or or four four rams rams Kirk Kirk cousins cousins passed passed for for three three hundred hundred fifteen fifteen yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown to to K. K. J. J.

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Report Finds 'Abuses of Discretion' in Kim Foxx Handling of Jussie Smollett Case

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:44 min | Last month

Report Finds 'Abuses of Discretion' in Kim Foxx Handling of Jussie Smollett Case

"I've talked before about the Jussie Smollett. Case in the Jussie Smollett verdict. Well, what I haven't talked is about is the responsibility. And the abrogation of duty and the shenanigans that have been pulled by Kim flocks, who was the Cook County state attorney, the supposed prosecutor of Jesse Smollett. The good thing is that there's now a report by Dan Webb, Dan Webb is a special prosecutor who was appointed. This is the guy who prosecuted Smollett. But what he does is he goes back and he looks not just at the small lead case, but he's done a report on the behavior of the office of Kim fox, and he finds all kinds of improprieties. Let's remember, let's refresh our memory when Smollett was first busted by the cops. And they had the goods on him. They had all the evidence that was eventually presented in the trial, but nevertheless, Kim Foxx's office a dismissed the 16 count felony indictment. In fact, had no requirement that Smollett either plead guilty or accept any responsibility. They really gave Smollett no real punishment. They just gave him essentially 15 hour 15, one 5. I had over a thousand hours by the way of community service. 15 hours of community service, and then they said, listen, you paid a $10,000 bond doing a forfeit that. So Jussie Smollett was gonna get off Scot free. Now, Dan Webb looks into the behavior of Kim Fox, and he finds all kinds of violations. First of all, Kim frocks from the beginning was conspiring with a couple of other leftists, a woman named Christina Chen. By the way, this is Michelle Obama's former chief of staff, and a woman named Cheryl and I fill whose president and director counsel of the NAACP legal defense fund. So this is how the left works in concert in order in this case. They knew that Jussie Smollett was guilty, but their idea was he's promoting our narrative. You know, racism everywhere, even if you had to make it up. So they're like, how do we get this guy off? So kitten Fox, for example, had said publicly, and you really see the level of public deceit, because she publicly said that I've recused myself from the case. She said, you know, yes, I did contact Smollett sister. I was in contact with the family when I thought he was a victim. But once I realized he was a suspect that we were looking into him as the possible perpetrator, I had no contact whatsoever with the family, and Dan Webb basically says this is a flat out lie. He points out that on multiple occasions, I think he identifies at least three that Kim Fox continued to maintain contact with Jussie Smollett's sister. And this he says was an abuse of

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Boris Johnson Loses by-Election

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:18 min | Last month

Boris Johnson Loses by-Election

"In the United Kingdom, a by election Michelle, that means they had the fellow seat a member of parliament who had to resign because of scandal. A seat that the Tories have held for 200 years and they got blown out by labor. Malone out. They got 5 alarm fire in Great Britain this morning. Because Boris Johnson incompetence social distancing from the truth is Keir Starmer put it. His antics, the hypocrisy of Christmas 2020, the new lockdown and the tax hike, which broke the platform of the Tories, have all combined to create the perfect storm for Tories. And if they have a they'll get blown out again. Now, they won't throw them out until after Christmas. I don't think there's not enough time before Christmas. Although, William Pitt the younger was put into office in 1784 in December. They called it the mince ministry, because like mince pie it wouldn't last after Christmas, and it lasted for 19 years. So I think it was 19 years. I'm recalling from memory from Andrew Roberts book. But pit the younger was 24. So look at the 24 Jim Byron who took over the Nixon library. He might become the leader of the Conservative Party. We'll see. Jim is young. And he's great and he's smart. He's like to pick the younger of not for profits.

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Little Curtis, Birmingham Hospital And Michelle Butler discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Little Curtis, Birmingham Hospital And Michelle Butler discussed on AP News Radio

"Little Curtis means is only sixteen months old but he's a world record holder Curtis weighed less than a pound when he was born at the university of Alabama at Birmingham hospital in July of twenty twenty his mother Michelle Butler also gave birth to a twin boy who did not survive she was pregnant for only about twenty one weeks about half the time of a full term pregnancy little Curtis spent two hundred seventy five days in the hospital defying the odds getting stronger and stronger after three months they were able to take him off of ventilator and following months of round the clock care little Curtis went home in April a moment is mother will always remember she says the world's most premature baby to survive says Guinness world records I read a folate

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 Alabama boy named world's most premature infant to survive

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Alabama boy named world's most premature infant to survive

"Means is only sixteen months old but he's a world record holder Curtis weighed less than a pound when he was born at the university of Alabama at Birmingham hospital in July of twenty twenty his mother Michelle Butler also gave birth to a twin boy who did not survive she was pregnant for only about twenty one weeks about half the time of a full term pregnancy little Curtis spent two hundred seventy five days in the hospital defying the odds getting stronger and stronger after three months they were able to take him off of ventilator and following

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Why Shemeka Michelle Thinks CRT Is Insulting to the Black Community

The Dan Bongino Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Why Shemeka Michelle Thinks CRT Is Insulting to the Black Community

"Let me not waste any time I wanna get to an amazing guest and believe me I am not over a hyping or overselling The power of shamika Michelle who lit up my show unfiltered on Fox so much so I had to stop answering emails about her shamika Welcome to the radio show this time we appreciate your time Thank you for having me Dan I appreciate that My gosh I appreciate you You want all my Fox show and you ruined my whole weekend All weekend I'm answering emails about shamika Michelle Where did you find me I didn't find shamika Michelle She's been out there forever I just saw a clip You were amazing You have been an outspoken advocate against bull are you feeling the rest and a lot of this CRT nonsense And one of the things we addressed on this show is this critical race theory how you found that offensive and trying to teach your daughter this And how they play these euphemisms game shame You know they changed the name of it and they kind of move it around What do you find so offensive about critical race do you know what I think but the audience wants to hear what you think For one I find it offensive that they act as if black kids can't do anything They want to teach us that we're oppressed They want to teach us that we can't be in the academically challenged classes so they just want to get rid of all of them That's what's offensive to me as if we are I mean you can train a dog So if you can train a dog to sit and stay to roll over you can't train a black child to expel That's what's offensive to me is that they're saying we can train a dog but you black kids is just too bad for you I don't like that And I don't like that they are making it seem as if white children just come out the womb excellence smart privilege that's foolishness to me So that's what I find very offensive and to add that they are insulting us as if that shouldn't be

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UN rights chief: Action on climate a matter of survival

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

UN rights chief: Action on climate a matter of survival

"The United Nations says action on climate is a matter of survival the U. N.'s top human rights official Michelle Bachelet is calling for countries to act decisively on climate change as a matter of survival for humanity adding only urgent priority action could mitigate all of the disasters that will have huge and in some cases legal impacts on all of us she says especially our children and grandchildren Ashleigh wants governments to cop twenty six to make good on pledges of financial aid to poor countries the most at risk to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions and cope with the impacts of global warming I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Democrat DAs Continue to Harass President Trump and His Family Business

"Trump organization already under indictment faces new criminal inquiry Former president Trump's family business already under indictment in Manhattan which is an outrage Absolute outrage And we can thank the United States Supreme Court for this by the way It's facing criminal investigation by another prosecutor's office that has been to examine financial dealings at a golf course the company owns according to people with knowledge of the matter She have these elected Democrat dies The Supreme Court opened the door to this and so this poor man and his businesses are being harassed left and right Here is a man that comes in off as a multi billionaire with God knows how many properties that he has built and improved and other people he's made relatively wealthy in the thousands and thousands of people who he is employed And then you have somebody like Barack Obama who comes in office leaves office he and his lovely wife Michelle become worth hundreds of millions of dollars selling their fame Al Gore worth over a $150 million selling his fame That is their brand Same of the clintons They come in off as with nothing these people Nothing And are worth hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars afterwards and nobody cares Donald Trump comes in office with multi-billions and he

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 San Francisco to welcome cruise ships after 19-month hiatus

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

San Francisco to welcome cruise ships after 19-month hiatus

"After a nineteen month hiatus brought on by the corona virus pandemic cruise ships are returning to San Francisco twenty one of those on the ship tested positive for the corona virus that was then vice president Mike pence in March twenty twenty announcing test results from the grand princess quarantined off the California coast at the time Neil Hammond was a passenger really set up ready just sit around and look around the Lexus always ask for Stephen and Michelle Smith we're worried yes we're concerned but we're certainly save in our room and Keren Deaver going

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"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

03:35 min | 4 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

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"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

04:06 min | 4 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"I was actually out of the house. Intending a kid to organize organizing that show at night or in general but that was a really special one an easier and we did. We did them all over. The country have been five different cities in raised. Like i think it was like sixty grand or something planned parenthood through all the events. Yes oh 'cause. I started doing that in new york with the dj jonathan tobin and now did you try to do every valentine's day when we can. Yeah that's fantastic. Yeah what a good way to go out. Good memory to have it..

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"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"Really hard to do a certain point in your career and no engage because it's such an intimate relationship right. You know you're really talking building a team ultimately in rounding out In the fact that you were there and able to fill that role as well Kind of speaks to. I think the encouragement in need for artists to Really rely on on existing relationships and opportunities you know to kind of build on those as opposed to looking for outside influence to model no change things up or fix things when reality of it is i mean. Most artists most have certain level of success and or have a good lasting career have a pretty good understanding who they are and kind of where they wanna go. They just need a partner. Somebody to you know really bounce things off of and i think some of my relationships with artists and with agents in particular i i find those to be some of the strongest partnerships especially early on in an artist career. Like they're just so crucial to you. Were mentioning the various kind of Aspects of what performance brings for an artist. You know playing in front of an audience and winning them over and building them as you come back and and even the mersch capacity of light. There's there's really no truer Show a phantoms. And wearing someone's merch and trying to be an advocate. And all that is is kinda through lined you know in in a way And it's it's interesting. How i just love how your career kind of started there. From a very honest place you know writing about artists booking artists developing this scene spreading out than you know having that experience on the road and then eventually saying it evolve into management. It's like you really supporting holistically artists. In a way that is kind of pretty unique. I would say in the industry In a lot of ways Kind of i think shows a different shines a different light. I guess on on what it means to be a manager and in really support artists across the board. So i think that's ask you being able to balance all that an in the way that you have and grow it and do it not only for your artist in their careers. But for yourself in your own totally. It's been it's been really rewarding and it's been so nice to see the people. I work with stay true to themselves. And what they wanna do the career their ethos and be able to buy houses and support themselves financially and find security industry that's always evolving and very volatile and not really reliable sometimes especially now and you know so that that's been really rewarding to be. You know to know that. I was able to be part of that. Is it's huge. You know and i m yet i. There's a lot of younger. Artists are more emerging artists that. I'm friends with that. You know. I don't even work with in any capacity that sometimes come to me for advice and everyone's always wondering if they should get manager at this point that at this point in their career night just doesn't have advise them that you know until they fight the.

"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love:  Artist Management

Tough Love: Artist Management

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on Tough Love: Artist Management

"You could do a lot from emails and didn't physically have to be there. The shifted or visit early two doesn't four five. So yeah that that led me to kind of focus on that and you changed my perspective on things like the i kind of went through the worst thing that could probably happen on on tour and so it definitely puts things in perspective on it changes how you approach routing a tour to. That wasn't our fault. You just you know you just wanna make sure everything's really safe and you know if you relate to show it's okay it's not that another world you know if you missed the show thinks things happened but yeah It brought me closer to a lot of people in my life. That i was that i was working with at the time too. So you know. I kind of took that moment in trying to channel it into strengthened a new perspective on on life you know moving forward and you know and that was powerful. Yeah that's a that's a hard. What's the word. I'm looking for a really hard realization. I guess you know when you're young. You can juggle like three or four full-time jobs. Which sounds like what what you were doing. Up to that point But yeah when you go through something like that you have to look for. I guess some sort of silver lining or adjustment or maybe a bit of path. You know this more sustainable and Up gives you focus and maybe meaning in a different way so that that's the i'm sorry you went through that but i'm glad you're able to find you know some soul coming out of that and focus on on the agent side of things. What led you through the component to begin to manage. I mean i actually hearing your story. I can see where you know working with local bands and as a promoter and as an agent. You probably had strong relationships with several artists. Was it just a natural evolution of. Oh i really care for what this person is doing. And aircraft and career guide it and jumping into that kind of full tell. How did that totally. You're you're exactly right. I mean. I think i think when you work in an industry like the music industry does a lot of people that always take on different roles. Where different hats. You may not be technically this position. But you do this position. You know like when i was running shows locally sending out press releases to like venues finding out press contacts in certain cities in on my own press release acting as position. I started doing my own festivals. Did a boat cruise festival like kind of dabbled in all these different things. That i wanted to see like. Do i like this. This you know and and i think those you know like i mean it makes sense because i started doing anything music because i love music but i also loved the story behind the artists. The musician like what you know. What inspires them like. What motivates them. Where are they from. Like like their whole history. So with everyone. I've worked with on our roster. Like definitely gotten really close to to everyone. Almost everyone becomes family. And you know and so you as a booking agent that.

Senator Kyrsten Sinema Won't Be Easily Intimidated

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | 4 months ago

Senator Kyrsten Sinema Won't Be Easily Intimidated

"Don't know much about kirstin cinema. She sounds like a very colorful individual to be clear to be sure. I don't know much about her. She rides bikes. She's apparently openly bisexual. She's a very you know. Kind of provocative very unique kind of. Us senator If she's got any dignity she's not going to be bullied by mob in fact she's going to digger heels in and i believe she's going to have enough self worth that she's not going to allow the mob to influence her position when you get stalked and shrieked that and browbeaten and harass like this. I mean i guess you could do one or two things you can very publicly and spectacularly cave and say okay michelle illegal chasing me into the ladies bathroom you win. I'm gonna change my mind. And i'm i'm all on board with the three point five trillion dollar bill. Or you're going to say. Hey lady pardon my language here earmuffs the kids you go to hell. You're not going to tell me what to do. And you're not gonna chased me into a ladies room and thank you're going to harass me and intimidate me. I don't think here's the cinema of the little bit i do know about. Her is going to be easily intimidated.

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Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Kyrsten Sinema, the Enemy Within the Democrat Party

"I'm joined by byron york. Who wrote yesterday about kristen cinema. The democrat marriage zona who does not agree with the largest that democrats want to spread around the country and in response. The new republic called her a traitor. The nation said how she is sold out the original story of kristen serve the senate's new super villain and then matt iglesias. Kristen cinema must be stopped. In the era of trump that would have been seen as a threat byron. Well done yesterday. I don't think the left is going to ease up though on their new. Michelle in coddle. In the new york times today calls her many names. That's right. I wrote it before. The new york times published the stories. That that simply. What's wrong with kirsten senna. Yep so as a matter of fact after the bathroom incident which occurred in arizona. she's flying back cinemas linebacker washington and. She's harassed on the plane About daca so i listen. I think the the remember there was a there was a period of time when resistance forces who are harassing Ted cruz they harass. Sarah huckabee sanders. Actually restaurant kicked her out and virginia And there were a people. Like maxine waters saying that anyone who supports trump should not find peace anywhere. You shouldn't be able to fill up your car the gas station. You shouldn't be abaya a gallon of milk at the grocery store without having to face the consequences of your political positions. Clearly that seems to be now directed at senator senator cinema.

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After 5 years, Obamas break ground on Presidential Center

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

After 5 years, Obamas break ground on Presidential Center

"After five years of legal battles gentrification concerns at a federal review Barack and Michelle Obama broke ground on their legacy project in a lake front Chicago park the Obama presidential center is in a familiar place we were married here at our reception right down to south shore cultural center our daughters were born here right down the street at the hospital the former president says the southside has shaped him and the presidential center is a way of giving back we envision this is a place where residents and visitors from all over the world come together and restore the promise of the people's park Barack Obama says the center will be an exercise in nostalgia or looking back he wants to look forward neighbors complain it's raising home prices and taking away green space work is expected to be completed in about five years I bet Donahue

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Families Recount Trauma at Sentencing for School Shooter

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Families Recount Trauma at Sentencing for School Shooter

"The Colorado school shooter who was eighteen at the time of his crimes has been sentenced for Colorado high school student Devin Erickson is been sentenced to life without parole he was convicted of killing a teenager and injuring eight others at the Denver area stem school highlands ranch in twenty nineteen partnering with another student in an attack on a classroom of high school seniors watching a movie where hand cuffs red white striped prison suit and a blue mask Ericsson displayed virtually no emotion except for blowing his nose into the mask after his sentencing victims and families give emotional testimony on Friday about the lasting trauma from the shooting judge Theresa Michelle Slade told the defendant he had shown no remorse and failed to help a devastated community understand his actions I'm Jennifer king

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"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"It was a great conversation. And i think that's that's the place it's been around for twenty five twenty six years and you know my own ignorance. I never been there before. And i was invited personally by her like a week later. Haven't been which is my own fault. Like i have no idea about it when i lived in virginia. An hour away from here. I no idea about that. it's great. It's and i think i think you're right and i think one of the things that i hear a lot about what it needs. More of is people. Don't see it as an opportunity to advance as as a creative like whether they don't feel the support they don't get the funding or what have you and they could go to a philadelphia. They go to arken in. You know somehow lose baltimore. Identity is just oh. I was discovered. It's like you've been doing for fifteen years already like i do. Actually i would attest to bad. Like i know a ton of artists here personally and i know there's so many more and and there are some outlets for them. But i would have to agree. That i don't know what any kind of baltimore artists general identity would look like a representation. I don't obviously. Each artists is different their individual in our style our conceptions but that that is true to think of like oh that's affiliate art scene or that's like the vegas art seeing all the pop art style that like. It's i don't think that necessarily may be in like the graffiti and street art type fence. It's some their. But i would agree that maybe that identity isn't as structured as it could be. I don't know what it would take to get that. I think it needs to be amplified and i think this this podcast. Here's a little slice to try to do that. How does it just small. Sliver if you will..

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"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Considering obviously obviously the crime there. It's it's terrible and that is the fault of folks who are not in those areas like not. It's not the people's fault that is above them. I think personally. And there's a whole long discussion. But i do take honor and being able to try to explain and give a voice to baltimore including like yeah. Those areas are bad. But you know what they're also a lot of things building there with those people there and and they're part of this whole culture. That has so much else to offer. And i i love being able to say that about this place i love it here. A straight to here and there is so much so the last question. I have before giving opportunity to shamelessly plugging anything as we talk. So kind of if you were to get the ear of somebody that's in a decision making position and They ask you creatively with this baltimore. Need more of how would you answer that. We have a lot of creatives here but we do. We always hear about funding and as you touched on earlier people tend to to leave and especially in that create a space. Like i used to ask this question In a podcast. A lot early on of who is our pop culture representative and it's not many so i think i think we're in a spot where there wouldn't really be one. I mean obviously. We have john waters but like that's that is generation passing on its is a great legacy as a representation but even with that it. A lot of negative connotations. Come because of what he was depicting which wasn't wrong nutri now I'm not sure i mean we have. We've plenty of art functions that happen When the world isn't and a pandemic which is how i met a lot of people and i'm not sure if it's more regional possibly advertising to two platforms of the kind of art..

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"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"There's very little between my Whether it's behind the scenes character or in ring character Drew mcintyre vs drew galloway Which i respect. I mean i think he's obviously he's a beast like an. I know how much they steroid tests. So it's it's kind of a a modern day respectively like oh shit like that is a large dude a different yeah But he seems he seems authentic and unlike good person in the same way. John cena is i mean john is another that like i didn't necessarily have on the list as like all time. Favorite wrestler Because most of his heyday like some of it was when i was watching as a kid but He was on raw. I didn't have access to that. And there was a huge span in between but he is another person that fulfils. I think more make a wish. Foundation requests than any other person or any other celebrity I'm pretty sure that's been looked awhile. But i'm pretty sure that case. That's like definitely yeah and i feel like drew has a very similar authenticity to him to do. Good for people so i really like that an in ring. I mean i think he does a really good job but he's entertaining to watch as far as a few other people. I obviously undertaker. I mean it seems kinda cliche to say that but he is someone who has spanned the decades. He has all of the different eras in wrestling. And been able to take a not for championships. It was never about the number of times. He's he's held about His persona and the character. Kind of like what i felt. They were trying to bring the fiend into like direction. Where it's like your your presence. Necessity for the league is Is your character and year. Just air your lingering and or you're you're in the present and it's not about belts it's about all right who are mentally. Be there with against So that's what i love about undertaker and just the dedication to the character route all of that end the business throughout all of that And the injury. And and even i feel like obviously. I've watched all the documentaries on him. And the joe rogan interview actually pretty good. I'm not a big fan of joe. Rogan per se But it was cool to hear undertaker's interview because that was the first time in all of the behind the scenes interviews and documentaries. He's done in the past year year. And a half that was the first time it was uncensored and i actually heard things. I hadn't heard about him on that so i recommend that But yeah undertaker. It's just a pure dedication to.

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"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"And my parents have one answer glove. There was kind of a click of when i knew or when they could tell i knew that i had talent singing My first memory of light of feeling. Oh like the sounds so terrible. But i'm like superior to these people in singing. I know that sounds so bad. I i think all the time things. The first moment a recollection i have of that was in preschool. We were we had this like preschool graduation little ceremony where we saying what a wonderful world and i remember doing like maybe one day or one hour however long. You're in preschool for of rehearsal for this n just like singing out and and realizing i was following tune. Really well i. Don't i remember that to this day. Also like crippling good with memory. But i very strongly remember even that like rehearsal day before the actual thing thinking like i'm gonna sing out and sing proud sing proudly because i i get it. I'm doing this if that makes any sense and then my My mom and my dad have always attributed that moment of realization to a sixth grade to allen. Show when i. I was in like three different things. You're only supposed to being one. And i like accompanied a people on piano. I did this tiny little bit and another skit. Like an american idol. Skit and then. I did my own song and that was when my parents kinda felt. They're like oh yeah she is meant to be on stage But it still was way before that than i had the urge from a very young age being. I think five play guitar to wanna play guitar And i remember my little brother. I was probably around six at this time. My little brother got this dinky like fake guitar type toy that you can actually tune or anything but i remember being genuinely upset because i was like i wanna play guitar like i.

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"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"That that has to come from the whole concept of quality management from above of okay. We may have slightly different equipment at these places but we know this is the recipe. And we're going to have to try this in that this many times. If say we got a new fryer or we get a new. Even brand of whatever little ingredient that goes into the breading. That's that's the idea of quality assurance quality control the control being all those various little checkpoints in the assurance the management of those checkpoints. But as far as like doing something. That's that's hype. I guess or do it because it's what selling more than the other thing It is really common. Obviously that emory's as well especially with the coronavirus people are just trying to make whatever money they can and there are places where maybe they didn't wanna go down the seltzer route ahead of time before all this or restaurants. I'm sure they didn't want to go down. A certain whatever the equivalent is of well. We don't like hazy. As as a brewery we wanna make traditional german styles or whatever whatever equivalent that is for certain restaurants or Different different types of food He got to the point of well. Let's try it obviously. Selling and and those differences of the good product lies within how much research. You're doing who you have on your team to be able to do proper research. And and really the ability to to spend to trial a product every aspect of it and an control develop the controls for each part of that new project to and meet them more than once the repeatability to be able to make it something you can offer to consumers and it's really it's not common For a lot of places. A lot of the places around here in maryland in baltimore. A lot of stuff is very small-scale. And that's how it is for a of Microbreweries the however many thousand probably close to ten thousand there are in the country So many of them. It's you can make beer. That isn't directly spoiling when you're serving it to customers and i don't mean this as an insult at all it's very practical thing because beer is a pretty stable product as far as contaminants microbiology like microbiological contaminants but people are going to go for it. based on.

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"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"michelle i" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Hi thanks for having me excited to be here. So yes i'm gonna get right down to it because we were talking a little bit beforehand and we have some commonalities and you have a really good sense of humor your audio. Thank you and your interesting insights but real quick one of the things i like to do is Early on just get. I can say something in a very three thousand foot view of this is what you do but i rather let you kind of break down what you do whether it be because you have a creative thing too. I didn't really touch on that but you have the day job. Which you're pursuing creatively to so speak on that place well to start The the role of connor quality assurance management and Quality control in brewing is something. I've been doing for almost seven years. Now i've worked out a couple burris regionally obviously as we said and the biggest part of it is ensuring the exact thing that you brewed because you love it and it again because you love it and then that third time you brew it is to make sure the client or the consumer gets exactly what it is. You're appreciating and that's why i call quality assurance and quality control exists honestly and It's it's everything from the raw ingredients management and and testing to your fermentation and making sure even though you've brewed the beer thousand times maybe Lesson that will. Let's see everyone's young around here brewery wise but You've brewed the beer this many times. But you still have to track those same ye cells that you've used time and time again. The same generation of sales time and time again and and how. it's fermenting properly even at the same temperature. you always fermented at It's it's the little things like that at each step of the process that you you have to watch even as much as you know about it you have to watch and guarantee that everything meets your standards and the specs and parameters that you have four consistency at a lot of it also deals with i. I'm not gonna say safety exactly but Quality managers tend to somehow fall into a role of safety died safety management but it is all related honestly If you go to any food plan anything like that A huge portion of your quality or even the fda. If you're trying to improve something if you look at what has to happen to have a certain approval level it comes down to quality and all of that is inclusive of your food safety. The the.

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"michelle i" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"michelle i" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Yeah so they can go on my website because everything is directly sold on my website at this time and its at. www dot b. t. h. e. michelle net dot com And you can get the book you can get the shirts you can get a baseball caps and i do have other Items that will be coming soon and You know..

"michelle i" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"michelle i" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Have our next we're we do them every week. So we're GONNA have a new live episode. Eventually, we'll start doing our live streaming every Saturday morning kinda like you know instead of Saturday morning cartoons, you can come join us for Saturday morning smarty cat show, and so youtube is already up and that free content is available in about two weeks we will have the subscription service also launched. Love it. This is so awesome. I am so looking forward to getting arcade student, Sparty cat, TV, and having all these other kids jump on this new learning that you're going to have and I cannot wait to just keep following along in your journey. Right now though it's that part of our show where it's time for the four more, and this is the part where we ask our guest, the same four questions, and then at the end of that, we give you an opportunity to tell us more about yourselves, your business where we can connect. So are you ready to get started on that? Still it lags. Okay Jay I would love for you to take the first question. Okay. Of You all love I'm GonNa ask you this question Carol decided to ask her questions to but I would ask this about the. So what was your first or your worst job and what lessons did you take from that job that you're still using today and Samantha I think I may already know your answer but feel free to give another one if you like. My worse is obviously that job that I took at the hair salon where my boss called me stupid and a lesson learned from that is I will never. Let anybody treat me that way and I. saw forward in life. Treating others the way I want to be treated because I think that's the most valuable thing that you can take with you. It's cheating others the way you want to be treated love. Michelle I or worse job. I or worse job on my first job. was working at a diner. I wouldn't say that was my worse I. It's not fun. I still to this day ridiculously over tip because I have such empathy for every single restaurant worker and server bartender. I honestly have any horrible experiences. So I guess we'll just go with the first job I worked at a diner right across the street from my house and you learn multitasking really quick and so and I definitely still use that you know how to kind of rack things super fast when. You got multiple tables and multiple things going on all jumbled in your head. So yeah. Excellent. Okay. So here's the second question semantics. First on this one to what would you say is the very best piece of advice that you have for small business owners or new entrepreneurs..

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"michelle i" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"michelle i" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Without any further Ado let's welcome Michelle Oh, pelt and Samantha Mooney to the show. How you guys doing Doing. Great. Thank you so much for having us. We are so looking forward to chatting with you I've got to tell you I am a huge fan of both of you I think you've done incredible things over the past several years and continuing on now with smarty cat kids and smarty cat TV and cannot wait to dig in here all the great things you have to share with our listeners. Before, we get started into the whole journey, I would love to set the stage for everybody. So we'll summit what will one of you tell us what let's. Let's actually take this into. We're going to do this interview in two parts. What was smarty cat kids in what is smart kids but let's start with what was smarty cat kids in the beginning kind of origin who started it and how it became. The product at it is yes, and if you don't mind all answer this one so I started Michelle I started smarty cat kids twelve years ago about twelve and a half years ago now, and at the time my youngest son, my oldest son actually was three years old. So he was in preschool and my educational background is in bioscience I a science nerd and I was going to be by a high school biology teacher and then decided to take some time I wanted to stay with him, and then he got to preschool age. So I said well teach at a preschool. So I could be that helicopter mom that's in the room next door. So I chose this preschool. That said, they had a great science program for kids and I'll say, oh, this will be great to be a perfect fit and when I got there I realized it was really lacking and I. It could use a lot of improvement. So my husband at the time said to me, you know if you see a need, go go do something about it. So. All right. Well, all put together some fun science classes for my son and some friends and rented a room at a local church and put out a flyer got about ten kids in the first class and it really didn't start as a big dream of I'm going to start this empire. It really was just filling a need for my son and some local kids but it. Pretty quickly started getting requested by there was a recreation department right next door and they heard about it from from the kids going to the church and there was a preschool in the church and those parents started to hear about it..

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"michelle i" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"michelle i" Discussed on KTRH

"Never overpay for windows again here is my show in databank morning Michelle I got your picture split up so what do you want to start well last week I called about my pepper plants turning the leaves turning yellow and falling off and I gave them some of the Medina plus and they just didn't look right all week so I kept doing it and I came upon something that said it could be a fungus the the let's see I remember they close up the close up of that leave definitely that's a fungal pathogen and just to stress it's not did not from maybe too much crying it was a pioneer or Hey that I'm looking at it Hey it's maybe you know wrong kinda Hey leading to this developing a fungal spore in that region the smartest thing to do is just these are peppers right let's break with docking L. okay and I thinking is docking every thirty days okay holy it is it just that one is is starting to move on yeah it started on that larger jalapeno and the smaller one next to it is starting that same pattern and then it's on that orange bell pepper but it doesn't look like I look at it really up close this morning it doesn't look like it's spreading to my green one or not purple doesn't matter are you gonna get you're gonna put the docking along every pepper plant in there okay right now I already put a copper based fungicide on it yesterday morning that's doesn't help I'm not yeah okay okay copper based fungicide is not what you need for a vegetable crop okay well I hope you didn't over chemical as this I hope I didn't either you could you could like next go around you could actually started this too but I want to stop in his tracks that's what I wanna do that acne yeah it had I seen this last weekend when we were talking about it I may have been recommended neem oil but get out there with me one you have to do any more every thirty days for the entire growing season the fact that he didn't start it with the name well that makes me want to go to the docking all right away okay so is the docking face to put on it yeah it is labeled for vegetable crops okay okay you may not find the word document on the bottle of fungicide you may be looking for something that says coral Fallon L. mine that's okay right down what we're are incubating so where do you do your shopping I go to United AG you know Campo okay ask them for a docking ill based fungicide D. A. C. O. in Iowa to thank that has been excelling okay all right I'll do that back to the medic to like chlorine C. H. L. O. R. or O. O. salarial T. HA in Ohio so Michael very phonetic don't worry about it they should have if it's a feed store like yeah United is all right next up is going to be the next button didn't work so who's been there the longest thirty seven forty five that's going to be gusts in deer park yes good morning good morning how you doing I'm good what can we help you with I got a problem with some bees look them up and looks like there might be carpenter bees because the billing that holds my patio that's exactly what they are go get some seven dust or soot liquid seven S. E. V. I. N. it's a insecticide and it does a great job again speeds now you have to be out go back and look at the research I think at dusk is when they leave to go to go out and do gather Pollard get their food or whatever dusk you know when sunsets happening and go out there and then you can either get the seven dust and put it in like I think a ketchup bottle them you can be very specific where you're in and putting in the dust and if he does those holes every time the B. goes in and out of there it's going to come in contact with the seven will go bye bye all right don't get done right now because you know with the person that your call though I'm an innocent geek when I say that I mean if I had a chance to go back to eighteen am I might go get an entomology degree because I'm fascinated by bugs and carpenter bees are one of the most fascinating insects out there all right so we are we did a good job we live we filled out the board completely and course we're going to get done Gus is line's gonna open up right quick to and that means this will probably be the last time I get out the phone number for the day because we got a full board seven one three two one two Katie writes that seven one three two one two five eight seven four Manhattan a most interesting the most interesting conversation with our buddy bill with Andy's sprinkler and drainage the other day and he still has his shovel property needs come pick up here's the here's where I'm at the bottom line message I assure you you are never going to be over charged by Indies for any kind of sprinkler repair work any kind of drainage work has to be out there in fact I believe that he is one of the straightest shooters around all right and he's only going to give you a great deal specially if you tell me her own garden line so if you ever ever ever since me a message tries calming scents are I think the if they're over pricing B. S. No Way in these would never do that they know that we take that very seriously we're gonna endorse somebody here on garden line so when you need somebody come out do that forty nine dollar checkup right if there's something that has to be fixed they'll tell you do you want to pay for this all we can do it in the dispute the charge for that installation and that that piece of equipment all right but trust me you never have to call me never have to say anything to me thinking that you're gonna be over charge you just simply not there are other irrigation companies that do that their high priced not Indies right schedule your appointment seven one three eight nine eight seventy fifty five seven one three eight nine eight seventy fifty five or go to sprinkler drainage dot com then click on Houston R. L. Houston's news weather or traffic plus breaking news twenty four seven newsradio seven forty KTRE everywhere from the gallery furniture.

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"michelle i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"michelle i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"He all but this is Michelle everybody lex you've met mash and Michy is Michelle I will miss you a I'm no matter what point in your life you I'll with my my feeling is you have what I call an anchor friend the friend that has no problem telling you all about yourself and centers you and I've always needed that and Michelle was the first of a of a line of those friends and and remains a dear dear dear friend of in my life yeah I I yeah N. missions involved with the famous story on that I can never tell publicly mish is inadvertently responsible for that so anyway but yeah Mrs my my day look at that for us well that is something it's like a wedding dress yeah okay let's look at the I don't know what's why is that's his wife beautician is gorgeous looks like a big old dork doesn't he looks like a boy band member dies like from the nineties I'm waiting for him to section that way yeah I'm yeah I'm waiting for him to do some choreography like some I don't recognize any of these people oh my god exactly I mean is it has to be but yes that's calling is a ginger woman these are only a weirdly if you go on to Bradley he looks like he's also with Steve's wife he was also dating Steve now Bradley looks like Bradley you cannot that is brown like Ryan you do a little bit yeah he does if you just a two day and Hannah just posted my talk prom photos and all my goodness Holly looks like she's going to a PTA meeting we were not so Williams once you have saved the best for last ladies and gentlemen go to the end of the photos and you will see any I only have a small picture here but I don't have I don't have Facebook all I see is one random one picture I don't have that either I only see one picture here on Twitter all I was I was a junior and she was a freshman in college he on your face looks sort of like with an older woman is asked about similar to what's going on tonight right I love her yes all and I do look you have a naturally matching you lose your cool yeah you just look cool yet that fluffy soft here the glass we had we had the greatest breakup of all time because we were both cheating on each other so it was it was the best it was the best break up whatever we parted friends it was all my yeah yeah yeah we drove around my small town for ten minutes said goodbye and that was the end of it it was awesome to your face you look so happy you're like girl on the beach and I'm going to be getting some dream feeding later tonight right let's bring it back that's right hello this is okay so everyone's house when the CD's Tom Donnelly I like you lex I would stalk you last I totally I you are just Paul and I think you look amazing not you just looks stunning hi I am my job I just remember that dress because my mom made it is a pink dress and then there was some minty tool underneath so it two and a matching matching shoes just like yours don and yeah I didn't put his picture in there because you know I went to high school around here and I just thought we could message and then just ask you probably wouldn't care no but like Intel management all right well I am blown away lag and delay his parents house all that does yeah yeah no clean too right all of these I just I mean dawn to me looks like don like I look at her and don doesn't look at very different all all right yes Steve basically looks like Steve Coll lien I am Dobbs too I just it's like could she has a different face her eyes different my top one seven one everything.

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"michelle i" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"michelle i" Discussed on T.O.F.U. Talks: #OurNewNormal

"This is the start of another took talk session around the the global pandemic the has kinda hit all the globe. And so I thank you for joining me so we can talk about your personal experience and maybe hopefully give people some even to be able to kind of connect with as we all kind of go through this. So on that note Could you just give me an introduction? You're so yeah Yeah thanks for asking me to do this. my name's Michelle I live in Vancouver BC. I'm originally from Toronto and I work as a graphic designer And I am also a student hoping to go back to school eventually to become a clinical counselor So yeah you said Vancouver BC Which for people don't know maybe as only the western coast to Canada. It's it's Sorta like the opposite coast where I grew up but I definitely spent time there and I'm guessing. How long has it been since we cross paths? I mean it's either a year and a half away. Yeah jury. I've had basically no one come to visit me over here silly. I always just think about. When was I last? Were that I was but right you. Re partnered came over to Vietnam and we luckily were able to cross paths. We got to and you took us to the m the post office and to some really cool buildings and Yeah and we did like touristy things and sat in that restaurant in my building I should. I should actually remember what what the name of the hotel was. But I I was GONNA say the name of the restaurant no. I don't even know the name of the restaurant I mean as I think I demonstrated to you. There's enough like veg restaurants here the you know the names of yeah. This was the hotel it was them. The Caravelle the Caravelle Hotel something. We begin with a C. Yeah I can see it now. I think it went there. Another time with somebody else Not Cavalier I think as Caravelle. Anyway I'm historically from like the foreigners sided something being here for awhile. I should know for sure but I didn't even know about it until youtube were there and you're like oh we have to go to the hotel and yeah no that was. I can't believe I'd like I remember all of it but like I said every time I've been talking to people so far just been like. Oh when I was last in Canada in the stage wherever that's when we cross pads But I'm realizing I don't think I don't think we actually met for the first time during a Vegan but I'm realizing that you're another person that I like at least have a connection with because I've talked to like I think I've done six talks now and like three of them have involved people that also went to the conference and two of them like..

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"michelle i" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"michelle i" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Speaking of a guy that would love Tommy. John Probably do Tommy. John Commercials the guy you wanted to add. Joe Is joining. Yes so. This one is really fascinating. Because he's getting older. He's had injury problems. Obviously he had the stupid arrests this off season and then well if Tom Brady leaves. We know join. That'll mean could be in problem could be a problem in trouble and if he stays. Tom Brady once a wide receiver upgrade. He wants a tight end upgrade. In my opinion I think Free Agency. No matters what happens is probably bad news. Join that'll make yeah Michelle and somehow some way. Michelle that Patriots are GonNa add weapons? Yeah absolutely and I'm totally with you there with Julian idle men if Brady leaves. I don't even know if you care to draft Jillian cattleman. We've seen so many wide receivers in a running backs that are using the passing game. Lead Tom Brady in their nothing. Remember Chris Hogan because I don't he if Tom Brady is gone basically. We don't even have to worry about Jillian if Brady stays like most of us expect to end up happening. I still agree with you there that they have to bring someone else in or maybe kill. Harry takes that step up from his rookie season to his second year. But I agree with you here that he could really be her free agency. That was awesome. Joe Michelle I loved. It already fired up for next week. We'RE GOING TO DIVE INTO SECOND YEAR. Wide receivers who might make the leap. Who might not really really looking forward to that. I'm also looking forward to telling you guys about box of awesome dot com from bespoke post. Bespoke Post sends guys only the best stuff every month. So whether you look into craft your own hard cider or toast perfectly aged fall cocktails box of awesome. Has You covered? I love their like Dab Kit Toiletry Kit.

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