13 Burst results for "Mike Gomez"

"mike gomez" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

06:18 min | 2 weeks ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Well. No i'm not. i'm not saying that was doubtless. My damn you lebron but yeah it's it was my fault because i missed something about lakers. Talk being in the different position in the night greg. I'm going to tell you what my girlfriend. Rachel tells me all the time. Slow your bleep down. yes yes. i'm blaming the holiday. Because i was trying to get to the holiday. You were drunk. No not yet later. That would have been actually a more plausible. You know usable offense right trying to get it all out before noon. I was like. I gotta get this fast before. People are getting annoyed by it. Five emails later upset job on the plane. Flying back from dc using now you know. You're the a chunk using the data to go through your emails. I was like what the what you didn't even look at him. You know to look at it. That's how i deleted them before reading. Here's my biggest issue. I'm a printer. Also so i will get greg's emails and then i'll push print because all i want to physically handhold the schedule circle some things take why what is host segment. And you just bringing this up. And then what i'll do is. I'll use the backside of all the paper as scratchy notes. because i'm constantly hand. I l z. Greg email. I still will write with a pen on the back of a piece of paper so but mcgregor you know many trees. I've killed because of the amount of emails and the schedules and because the nba screwed up and you didn't know now it's like five trees. I've killed just with your schedule. So you literally print out greg schedule. Everyone printing it. What do you put it on their fritsch. I don't put it on the fridge georgia. Oh that's a good idea. It's just that. I know it's not a good idea. That was a jerk. I thought that was a good idea. Anyway you print them out and do what with them again. You you put them. Where in your office. I put them on my desk. I circle the days that were not on the air from four to seven pm. When i can schedule earlier dinners with with kids with daughter with your with girlfriend saturday. You can't just open the email again. No i could. I'm just one of these people that on occasion. I wanna hold things. Like i wanna hold paper and then i'll use the paper because i don't want i. I need to recycle the paper. I would feel terrible about wasting all this paper and ink. So then i use the backside of the paper to write all my little notes that i like to write to myself all day long myself stuff. I mean what was the last time you printed anything else that wasn't like an actual document that you actually needed to print. I will print my questions for an important interview in in the event that something happens to my computer. Okay so i'll have it as backup. But i'm not like printing schedules and tape them on fridges. And stuff like that. I have a printer in front of me in this office then literally is got dust on it does to actually printed soon it has dust owning as clear docu signs something today. Just see guys hercule. Yeah i feel pretty cool. i doc. You've never done that before. no meaning. I didn't print it hand light it like printed docu sign low. But you know what. I'm saying like i could have printed it then signed it and then at the scan it in an email i was like oh my god i wish the doug you sign would have been around for the last fifteen years or twenty years like just life period documents. Dad docu sign you know all my report cards would have been signed by me right exactly but obama granted o. z. Granderson mom granderson. It would have been easy much easier. Easier to speaking of some of it's not easy by the way bash for cash does return today tuesday july six at fifteen which will happen in this particular break coming up in about two minutes female. We sure about that. It is happening today. One hundred and two hundred if you if you don't know what we're talking about you only angel player to pick from my belief today one hundred dollars if you get the correct player. Two hundred of you get the correct player inning that that particular player will hit a home. Run so we will do that. Listen up here shortly for the q. To call and we will have a contestant on the other side. It's the data elsia cap here on seven. Espn thank you. Christopher we've got mike gomez from van is your today's bass for cash contestant what up man how you doing man what's up with the pitcher at dickey's in the i. I like the practice you know the rules already very like you know the rules you pick an angel player today to win a home to hit home run and you pick what inning if you get the right player we already know who you're going to pick his. You're a smart guy. 'cause he's leading major league baseball in the home runs. You're gonna win one hundred dollars if you get the right player in the right ending you'll win two hundred dollars and if you don't well. Fridays cash prize goes up to two hundred dollars and four hundred dollars. So you know the rules but we're just telling everybody else but the rules are okay. I so what is the prediction again. Just everyone can hear becky in the i. You mean otani in the first time. Yeah waiting alone. Time for that. Other one doesn't play. Yes yes yes. Yes so so just to be clear. Shohei otani in the first inning correct. Correct okay great. Well good luck to you mike. Okay okay thanks great talking to you guys all the time you go the great thank you. Thank you and make sure to listen. Friday at four fifteen when we'll have another bash for cast contestant special thanks to owning bringing safety simplicity. It's refinancing your home. There's only dot com for more information. Today all righty..

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"mike gomez" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

COACHCAST Brasil

06:43 min | 9 months ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on COACHCAST Brasil

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"mike gomez" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"mike gomez" Discussed on Latina to Latina

Latina to Latina

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on Latina to Latina

"One day at a time deals with some really heavy topics that deals with immigration deals with consent deals with sexual orientation. How has being on the show impacted you? I am exponentially better person because of the show. I I think I grew up very annot where and very ignorant of the world you. I like switched cultures when I was ten. I was completely new to this country and then I lived in Florida so I was just unaware of a lot of stuff. I didn't even know that I was unaware. I didn't realize there were more to learn and then move to la which is super liberal and super hippy. Dippy and super whatever and I get on a show like one day at a time where we're talking about these things that I know nothing about and it's just made me so much more aware it's made me so much more empathetic. It's made me realize that I am not the center of the universe. Which for a long time growing up as an only child and especially as an immigrant where it like. You only have your core family you think. Oh everything's kind of about me and how I'm transitioning through this and then I realized that that couldn't be further from the truth and is just it's Tommy so much about artistry in humanity and how much talking about these things actually means to people. 'cause I also grew up. There's all the talk of a presentation but I am white passing and Columbia. Everything was dubbed into Spanish. And so I grew up thinking that Hannah Montana and wizards to waverly place. Where about people like me because those girls looked like me and they were speaking Spanish and so it's just made me so much more aware. We interviewed a Gloria Feltler. Wrong Kellet out for one of our way back in the day Love her such a powerhouse. What have you learned from working with her? That anything is possible and that anything is possible on. You can still be nice. She is a powerhouse and she is taking over Hollywood and she is so nice and she can I curse and she gives a shit man like she gives a shit about everything that she does and everybody that's involved in her projects. And I think that is so powerful and meaningful especially in. I feel like our culture is so much about productivity. And and how much can you do? And how much can you like? Churn out and do whatever it takes to be that way like. I feel like you're in a few years ago. There was such an emphasis of like you can sleep when you're dead in like Hustle Hustle and you don't have to be nice if you just have to get it done and Gloria as the penny me of you can rest in have a balanced life and of course she still struggles with that but you can have a balanced life and be nice end still rise to the top. I think that is such a good lesson to learn this early on one day at a time originally on netflix loyal following dedicated following very vocal on social media and never more vocal than when. Netflix canceled the show. Where were you when you find out that they weren't going to pick it up for another season? I was in Vancouver and Mike and Gloria called me on the back and it's both of them and they don't. They're not screaming so I can tell something's wrong and Gloria says. Hey they're not picking our little show up and I felt like I get teary eyed. Just thinking about it. I felt my soul like unhinged like I just immediately started sobbing. It was really really rough and then I remember getting to the hotel room and calling my parents and crying in such a manner that they were like who died. Don't like what's happening. And it was like Monty family died and they were like you've been in this industry for fifteen years. You know this happens get it together and then when it got picked up again. I had been texting Mike and Gloria for a couple of days because I could feel it in the air that something was shifting and I remember Mike had told me will know by tomorrow and then I got on a flight to Spain so all of the time things were different and I had been on this flight for freaking like twelve hours whatever long and I got off on immigration and my parents had come with name and I opened my texts and I it was something like at Glory on Mike and Gloria said. Gomez you there and Gloria said Mike Gomez. They're glorious Ed. It's done we're doing the show or something like that and I didn't know how to handle myself I. I'm in an immigration. And he didn't I one of the trouble of my parents at the same time so I just like squealed to myself. I text my boyfriend at the time. It was like frigging like one. Am here to am here. And like I woke him up and he's like what's happening here okay and I was like shop. We got the show back and he was like. Oh my God and then I got to go the next day to a convention and I had a QNA schedule or a panel so there was what felt like millions of people in this frigging audience. And I got to tell them and we all got to just scream and cry together and it was just the most surreal. Couldn't make it up. Should be in a movie kind of moment. I've ever had blackness isn't just about race demilner and I'm a New York Times bestselling author on my podcast speakeasy with Dean. I dive into the beauty and humanity of blackness with people like writer tyree Jones journalist Dmitry Lucas and rapper killer. Mike LISTEN TO SPEAK EASY. Deneen from Georgia Public Broadcasting Subscribe for free at GP Dot Org Slash podcasts or on your favorite podcast APP having the show then having it taken away then having given back. How has that changed you and your approach to the work? I am infinitely more grateful for what I get to do. I I always realize that I was super lucky to be doing this show that I was doing. I realized that we were getting spoiled. Because every director that came in every guest starred that came in were like this is so special. There isn't a show like this and there isn't a cast like this and there isn't a set like this show business right now and so getting that taken away why it was so distraught because I realized what I had but then having a bag first of all it made me realize the power of telling stories that matter and that's why I got into this. I'm fascinated by humans and I like to tell stories that are in my own and the Alvarez family is a story that is the story of so many people that I know but that isn't told on TV often. And so. I realize the importance of that and I realized my privilege also my responsibility moving forward that as long as I have the ability to I would love to be able to do work on characters that matter and characters a half something to say and especially right. Now there's a lot of talk about like who gets to play one and so a lot of my roles now even though I'm white passing are mostly Latina ex. And if I'M GONNA play a Latina woman she better. She better be strong as hell and she better have something to say. You better be smart and she better have all of these things that I not women be that is not our portrayed at all and so getting it back has taught me that stories that matter matter and presentation matters and when you are telling a story authentically not only from the people in front of the screen but down to our writers or producers are directors the people that put our costumes on as the people that do our make up all of that matters and I think if I ever had the privilege to have a say in another project I would be much more aware of the things that I would want out of it. My bias would be that. If you're on a super buzzy show and you are this fresh new face of a super buzzy show that that opens up a world of opportunities in audition land the my understanding from reading other interviews with you as you actually feel like it has narrowed the range of roles that's offered to you. Yeah so what it is about that is you are told once you get a series regular that everything is easier for me though my experience was. I look the way that I look so I was going out for every role which meant mostly white rose because people didn't really put together that Isabella Gomez was Latina because she would like me and she spoke like me so I was going out of time. Granted I was also going out a ton for like guest stars. Unlike day players. So of course once. You're series rag. That your team goes. Let's not submit for those because you're trying to build going from series. Ragged to a one day player on a show is not really building. So of course those we're going to diminish however I became a series regular show. That is all about being a Latina. And it's all about our Latino culture and all my interviews have something to do with me being and I think that it's shifted the people's perspectives of me. I was no longer an actor. I was a Latina ex actor and unfortunately that means something right now and Mike team is incredible and they try to get me into every room possible and granted. Of course it did open a lot of doors. I started having like casting director meetings which I would've never been able to have about the show and I started like going in for like huge studio movies that would I would have never been seen for so it opened up doors but it also opened them up not in a way that I was expecting them to. I thought that I would be able to get to audition for everything and I don't because we have had casting directors say no. She can't audition for this role because she's Latina and my team be like. Hey sure.

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Isabella Gomez's Experience When 'One Day at a Time' Got Canceled

Latina to Latina

05:39 min | 1 year ago

Isabella Gomez's Experience When 'One Day at a Time' Got Canceled

"One day at a time deals with some really heavy topics that deals with immigration deals with consent deals with sexual orientation. How has being on the show impacted you? I am exponentially better person because of the show. I I think I grew up very annot where and very ignorant of the world you. I like switched cultures when I was ten. I was completely new to this country and then I lived in Florida so I was just unaware of a lot of stuff. I didn't even know that I was unaware. I didn't realize there were more to learn and then move to la which is super liberal and super hippy. Dippy and super whatever and I get on a show like one day at a time where we're talking about these things that I know nothing about and it's just made me so much more aware it's made me so much more empathetic. It's made me realize that I am not the center of the universe. Which for a long time growing up as an only child and especially as an immigrant where it like. You only have your core family you think. Oh everything's kind of about me and how I'm transitioning through this and then I realized that that couldn't be further from the truth and is just it's Tommy so much about artistry in humanity and how much talking about these things actually means to people. 'cause I also grew up. There's all the talk of a presentation but I am white passing and Columbia. Everything was dubbed into Spanish. And so I grew up thinking that Hannah Montana and wizards to waverly place. Where about people like me because those girls looked like me and they were speaking Spanish and so it's just made me so much more aware. We interviewed a Gloria Feltler. Wrong Kellet out for one of our way back in the day Love her such a powerhouse. What have you learned from working with her? That anything is possible and that anything is possible on. You can still be nice. She is a powerhouse and she is taking over Hollywood and she is so nice and she can I curse and she gives a shit man like she gives a shit about everything that she does and everybody that's involved in her projects. And I think that is so powerful and meaningful especially in. I feel like our culture is so much about productivity. And and how much can you do? And how much can you like? Churn out and do whatever it takes to be that way like. I feel like you're in a few years ago. There was such an emphasis of like you can sleep when you're dead in like Hustle Hustle and you don't have to be nice if you just have to get it done and Gloria as the penny me of you can rest in have a balanced life and of course she still struggles with that but you can have a balanced life and be nice end still rise to the top. I think that is such a good lesson to learn this early on one day at a time originally on netflix loyal following dedicated following very vocal on social media and never more vocal than when. Netflix canceled the show. Where were you when you find out that they weren't going to pick it up for another season? I was in Vancouver and Mike and Gloria called me on the back and it's both of them and they don't. They're not screaming so I can tell something's wrong and Gloria says. Hey they're not picking our little show up and I felt like I get teary eyed. Just thinking about it. I felt my soul like unhinged like I just immediately started sobbing. It was really really rough and then I remember getting to the hotel room and calling my parents and crying in such a manner that they were like who died. Don't like what's happening. And it was like Monty family died and they were like you've been in this industry for fifteen years. You know this happens get it together and then when it got picked up again. I had been texting Mike and Gloria for a couple of days because I could feel it in the air that something was shifting and I remember Mike had told me will know by tomorrow and then I got on a flight to Spain so all of the time things were different and I had been on this flight for freaking like twelve hours whatever long and I got off on immigration and my parents had come with name and I opened my texts and I it was something like at Glory on Mike and Gloria said. Gomez you there and Gloria said Mike Gomez. They're glorious Ed. It's done we're doing the show or something like that and I didn't know how to handle myself I. I'm in an immigration. And he didn't I one of the trouble of my parents at the same time so I just like squealed to myself. I text my boyfriend at the time. It was like frigging like one. Am here to am here. And like I woke him up and he's like what's happening here okay and I was like shop. We got the show back and he was like. Oh my God and then I got to go the next day to a convention and I had a QNA schedule or a panel so there was what felt like millions of people in this frigging audience. And I got to tell them and we all got to just scream and cry together and it was just the most surreal. Couldn't make it up. Should be in a movie kind of moment. I've ever

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"mike gomez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"mike gomez" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

16:59 min | 1 year ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"We did ten but it's not. They intend to do another season. But you know that's the other thing I've learned with age is just. Don't count on it. Anything the horrible thing about that is because I'm on a series that actually got announced that we're doing the fourth and final season. But it's nice to know that because when you do a series you know in every every after every ten episodes now yon panic. But you've got to kind of half ended having creator got to know that you have enough closure to to you know be it. Yes which I think. It's nice that we're heading into this season and the creators and the show runners. No because now they can finish properly. Yeah you know. We did Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt years and we did not know that it was ending until very close to the end. Yeah and they did Tina Fey and Robert. Carl did this. Genius job of wrapping up our stories but they really didn't have much warning I think it's great to know how much time you have and you to be honest with you. I don't think anything needs to be more than four or five seasons so I I mean I know it's nice to work and everybody wants to work but I mean in terms of storytelling. Maybe not you know a lot of them. They start to eat themselves We did we did. It was happening but I just feels to me. I know what you're saying. Yeah we did get to do it. Kimmy Schmidt movie which is For netflix which is an interactive move. Ready it's coming out in me. I think interactive movie meaning that the Audience Forget it. I couldn't do it because I'm just so ignorant about computers but the audience picks where each character's going to go they have like four different things like that so and then then they pick and then so there's like four different movies within the one moon depending on what path you choose for each character Sharon stone thing that right. It was wrong in that and he was so good all right. So just stay in the past for a second. 'cause 'cause he's movies were so defining in these directors like you know Nichols and then and then Ashby and then Sydney with Matt Tugay. Because they're all very. I would say that it feels to me that in tone there may be a similarity between Ashby Lumet we'll say that Sydney Directed the movie with a month of rehearsal before we started shooting. So so we were running through it like a play in In Another place on Second Avenue of the Second Avenue Deli or something. There was a big hall and they taped it off like they do when you're in the theater show which what's wear and we rehearsed that thing. We could do it as a play because we weren't gonNA shoot in continuity but he wanted us to Hassle David so smart unbelievable to know the story. So you know you can act appropriately against the hardest thing I think about acting when you shoot out of sequence and then you have to be refreshed with you know where am I. Yeah emotionally or yeah well. Back in new days I did a Canadian movie. Called wedding in White Which one filming Canadian Film Festival in it was Donald Peachy actor and You know I used to go to the rushes every day really because I is essential character and we were jumping around so much that we shot the last scene in the movie the first day was shot and and no states you know actors. They could have been in their contract to go. Sit and watch it and then you could track for yourself where you're emotionally. Oh I could see I just but that means tomorrow and get into after. Yeah it was so helpful and Those are the days when I can actually look at myself on screen which is no longer the case. Yes Oh so then he did Annie Hall which out importunate face. But he's a different type director than those other guys right. I mean from what I from what I've talked to people. They he says you know you know what you're doing that's right and he again like Mike. I think he relied totally on the casting and again. Juliet Taylor did most of his casting and He so he would cast the person that he thought was perfect for the role because he really didn't feel like he wanted to be heavily directing people especially he was in the movie with you and And he yeah so he basically left it up to you and if it was really off what he wanted venue it say something but he didn't say aw. Yeah but like it's hard like I wanted to get walked into these earlier movies because that's I think sort of defined you in the Public Iowa right and help sound and I remember them very you know I. I love you another movies and I've seen a lot of the other movies as things like I remember seeing you think. They're like the I in my mind the kind of resurrection or not resurrection. Because you work constantly and but for me to re notice you was like the Princess Bride. Yeah like all of a sudden and Mike Gomez. Carol can lose. Yeah Yeah and we're constantly. Well the you work with Gene Y. Yeah that that was great World Cup. That's you know that's a great movie. We didn't get paid much attention I think it came out at the same time as high anxiety may be the Mel Brooks Movie Mel Brooks movie in a way. Well Yeah and so. I don't know what happened but I think it's a really good movie. But you guys together come on. Yeah. That's great great. He was great so funny. He's a funny guy. I noticed that I I watch young Frankenstein again the other day and I just sat out his just to fund. This weird bills reach starts slow and I also I like Bonnie and Clyde ever in the car my God that little part and he was so brilliant right. Yeah what was it was the nice guy to work with his sweet Yeah I guess it gets sad. You know you talk about so many people are gone. And then What was the other one? I was just thinking I had no idea that you were initiative because I never saw it. Well there's another one for you to see some people say it's not bad it's not bad it's just. I don't know what happened. Why got attacked visit? Yeah it's got some great stuff in it as funny. Yeah it is funny is Elaine. May Yeah you work with the Nichols and May Times so as you get like how do you determine you know why because way through he kind of astounding? How much you work. You just keep going you. Just keep Shell. You must love it. Yeah I worked with you not really. I was in the same movie movie. She were great in a great and sleepwalk with me. Yeah and that's where I met you the first time. So thank you. Yes but that was fun as you determine what you're GonNa do well you must have. Have you been with the same agent forever? I've been a one a long time and not forever. I made some bad choices of leaving some great people because I after Hester Street. The phone didn't ring for a year and till gene called and and my usually. I work all the time but after Astor Street now. I didn't work for a year year and that happened a lot between movies for me because I'm not a you know I mean I I got nominated for playing woman with a shuttle on you know. So what's the next movie that's GonNa you know? And so I. A lot of people just didn't understand who I might be in. Yeah so long periods. I didn't work and I was with some great agents that I left because I wasn't working So but now. I love the people I'm working with than And I've had a very strangely good run for the last five years and also because of Kim and the hunters you know and Also shooting in Brooklyn which means I get to live at home in New York and just get in the van and go to Brooklyn. What's better I still? You know praying that someday I'll get to work with. Martin Scorsese Robert. I mean you. Don't WanNa leave the earth with without that often. Your of the you're in that you're in you know. You'RE OF THAT GENERATION. You're in that community. You guys all kind of know each other work with Patino. And where's your? Where's your Scorsese I am? I'm you can't imagine how how much hope said that will happen. One day I hope so too now and the taxi thing was huge to your taxi for years right Is You know what I was only on taxi. I think a year and a half actually I got brought in or maybe it was a little longer than that. Maybe it was too soon to two seasons and I got broaden first season and then I was gone for a while and then I came back and became his Andy's girlfriend and then his wife. What was your relationship with Andy? Like so complicated and strange and wonderful because everyone's relationship with Andy Kaufman's although you know and he had some very good friends but we At taxi were not one of them. Work Yeah and lane and a lot of people that We were work and He separated taxi from his other life. And this thing about Andy and I and I did love him. Is that I came from theater so I like to Rehearse Andy came from well. You could say stand up or you could say performance are in any case. He hated rehearsing and he said it was bad for what he did. Is that true of most? Stand up no well. That was Andy's feeling about it as he wanted spontaneous and so he had it in his contract that he would only come two days a week he come for the read through and then he wouldn't be back to Friday when we taped the show. And there'd be a fake Andy all the other time very hersal guy named Jeff. Lovely guy and so every time Every Friday I would have gotten so angry during the course of the week because I wanted to rehearse with him. You know and so. I'll come distressing him or he mine and I'd say Look Andy. I have to talk to you because I I understand. You know that you can't rehearse but for me it just means everything and then he'd say I understand. I understand completely but I just can't do it and we'd have a talk like that and by the end of that talk we would be able to be in love and Ambi so you got what you needed. Yes right and and I think it I think it was good for Andy to because We had a relationship privately. Just then right discussing why. He can't do what you well needed him to do. I can't do it. He right needs to do so. You're able to emotionally connect with him in a genuine way exactly enough to work the then do it. Yeah I think that speaks more to your capacity for at adapting No has lucky to work with them. You know no I know I I know what I mean but like you can see the way you put it. In retrospect is that you worked for you. He s right but in the moment. Were you thinking that that it would work that way? You know this is i. I'm getting what I need. I knew it was necessary Because I knew that we would be distant with that. We hadn't seen each other. He was in a different world. And we you know right well. When he was spontaneous the did you have any problems. Sort of Being the foil a of that when when somebody when you're working with somebody like him as an actor who likes rehearsal. What do you do in that. I like to be spontaneous to. It's just that my live getting to spontaneity is the opposite of his. You know everything to be set so you can watch for. He wants whatever he doesn't want any. So that's how that was and Was it fun doing billion right? Yeah Yeah I think he was. It's taken me years to appreciate him. He was never my bag really as a comic. But he's really something I mean I. I've definitely over the years Grown to have tremendous amount of respect for creativity that that. Yeah so yeah. How was it? What was it like doing the the movie? The with for me very emotional. I'd just couldn't because Jim was so good. And we were all there and we were. They recreated the set impeccably so suddenly it was like you back in time for real you know and and meals form a new survey grade also and then suddenly there's and you know and it. It was very for me I think for most of us are very strange experience. I think I talked to about it a little bit. Yeah Yeah Yeah Pretty. It must have been just bizarre because because JIM was out of his mind it came carrier. Well genius out of. It's not just out of mind possessed. Well that's the way he had to do that. Yeah Yeah staying ended feel genuine to you. Yes yeah wow because some people say it was spooky because I watched the documentary about the. Wasn't that great crazy man. Yeah it was crazy. So he's like you were dealing with a whole other level of insanity. That wasn't Andy. This is like someone but I'll change something. Maybe because of the nature of who? Jim was an his appreciation for and the United Together right that he was very gentle to me and never never did anything crazy to me..

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"mike gomez" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

The Dirty Bits

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

"Out. If it was does that would have been the end of the Ottomans. However Ebrahim was the only surviving male member of the dynasty and therefore next in line for the throne when his brother died by this? This time Ebrahim was really paranoid walking on eggshells for so many years right so he thinks this is a trap rods dead. But he's like he's going to popout. The Hanukkah column linked just slipped my throat so his grand vizier. Like no really. He's dead and Ebrahim's like let me see the body then and they're like Hey Siri and he goes he just killed for my siblings. Yes I'm serious. Showing the body Barca Barbosa. He was mad. He wasn't stupid so he personally examined his brother's corpse and after he's convinced that the whole situation isn't some giant ruse. He's like okay fine. I'll take the job. That's a Helluva nerve. During the early years of his reign Ibrahim's grand vizier ear is mostly calling all the shots thankfully and he actually makes progress stabilizing the empire as we talked about Ebrahim a little paranoid and his mother and those around him were concerned about him being mentally capable of ruling one of the more well-known stories about his magnus involves ordering two hundred eighty women drowned because they were annoying and unsupportive of him. But here's the thing besides oral traditions or rumors. There isn't any scholarly evidence. I found a back APP story up per usual. Many saucy tales throughout history have to be viewed with perspective the rumors swirled around Ebrahim written by Dimitri Kandemir. And I have to point out. That he was a Moldovan soldier. who fought against the Ottomans right so while there is evidence the Ebrahim was indeed mentally unstable? It's still unclear as to exactly what extent now Abraham's Mom Qasim. She encouraged him to spend his time with his Horta's in the Harem and by encouraged. I mean when she gave him a ton of APHRODISIACS. This keeps her in power. Some odd mother son relationship. Do you imagine like it's the equivalent of giving your son Viagra and being Mike Gomez yourself at the brothel while I work. This kept her in power because he's occupied and it also produced three sons for Ibrahim in addition to fifteen other other children. I feel like at that point. You're just creating little assassin. You're also creating more opportunities to continue your age. You know so if one dies I see got backup kid. You were going to go. So one day Ebrahim the mad. He's out and about and he he sees a cow's udders another regions and he's like. Oh my God that is what I'm looking for in a woman. So according to Kandemir he sent the shape of them in gold all over the empire with his orders to make inquiries whether a man-made in just that manner could be found for his list. Does he really think that he's GonNa fight a woman the Dow and apparently there is someone for everyone because they found in Armenian woman named sincere para which translates to sugar Hugh Genitalia matched up with the model pretty damn while. Wow that's a matching longer. Breasts he was really into sex. He had many many many books on the topic including various positions and he may have even invented a few himself so as what some of the books were suggesting things really start going south when in an effort to help him post them. enlists the aid of a spiritualist Gendi Kolja area who is a total charlatan. He influences Abraham to lavish money on him and his buddy so they eventually have powered order. A hit. On Abraham's grand vizier. Who was the one actually putting the empire back together like we were talking about this results in a twenty four year long war with Venice that leads to a lack of resources in the sultan's Sultan's capital that combined with jacking taxes? Every time he wants to go on a shopping spree means that the public is kind of peeved with how things are shaken up in the city. Things were actually actually so out of control. Costs in his own mother and his vizier. Were involved in attempted coup and they planned on replacing Ebrahim with one of his own sons but Ebrahim team just exiled his mother from the palace and he had the vizier executed he replaces his ear with a guiding on mud but our history buffs may know him by his warn. Fortunate nickname has our which means one thousand pieces. Guess how he got that nickname. Got A thousand visas next. During the uh-huh next year the people revolt a new literally toward the vizier into pieces after they strangled him to death wish strangled to death. Verse Right. Could you imagine and be ripped from limb to limb while you're conscious fully. No I had that same day that the vizier is ripped until it's all these pieces. The people in prison Ebrahim of his own others consent. She said in the end he will leave. Neither you nor mia live. We will lose control of the government. The whole society is in ruins happening removed from the throne immediately while ringing endorsement for mom but Moustapha was okay right seems like she's more concerned with political stability than with her children. Obviously SCISSOR STAFA was madman too do but it sounds like the people were stepping in line right him. Things were still going in a positive direction. Were subservient rattlers no risk the revolt. Under Moustapha. There was not chaos happening. He wasn't jacking up taxes. Every time you buy something. New Murad was a status. So they put bringing six-year-old old son on the throne and the grand vizier at the time suns a request to the chic all Islam explaining the situation and he asks them if they can execute every three he replies by simply saying if there are two Caliphs kill one of them goes. You heard the man. Let's do it an Ibrahima strangled in sixteen forty eight. Well his mother and all the higher ups watch from the palace above the Ottoman Empire would last all the way up until World War One. So this kind of succession. This kind and of secession. The lifestyle Ottoman Empire would continue until last century. I remember it was still the Ottoman Empire since the cubs had won the world series. I mean another one another one but before then it's wild to think about how long but empire lasted. It was the Ottoman Empire from the thirteenth to the twentieth century. Well for example the Ottoman Empire allied with Germany during World War One on the side of the central. They were the Ottoman Empire until World War. One the partitioning in the Middle East stuff started happening. So it's a very very very rich history and I would love you guys to look into into it more. There is so much information out there on the Ottoman Empire that I could not sit in to this episode as you can tell it gets very confusing much like European history. Everybody has very similar names. There's a lot of movement going on. People are related. People are getting picked off and named the same things so as always if anything sounded goofiness episode. It probably was. Don't take my word for it. Always do your own research and make sure what you're reading from is a verified. Reputable and academic source. Get in touch with us on our website at tiny voice dot com slash dirty bits or by emailing tawny at Tony voiced dot com. You can also hit us up on twitter at the dirty BITs pod or on instagram at dirty bits podcast or in our facebook group. The dirty bits chat and Hamady special. Thanks to our executive producers in podcasters Patriot on dot dot com slash dirty bits or making the show possible without your support. The show wouldn't exist Melissa N.. 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"mike gomez" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on 790 KABC

"We agreed doctor during his fomer to speak to deputy city attorney Liz Greenwood regarding her typhus her running with typhus, which is horribly illness. Bought me, our we're going to hear about Earth Day and free public transportation, Los Angeles Ross gonna talk to Mike Gomez. Let's see what this is here liens, give me something from it. Yeah. But yeah. So it'll be interesting to talk about hear her side of it. We saw her interview on TV. But I, you know, I'm just curious to see how they because I think there's been some questions about how they treated her about how I think she wasn't. I don't know if she was fired. And then they let her back in, you know, there's so many questions I have and just become treatment of her. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then not believing and all this stuff. So through the deputy city attorney lives green. We're Liz welcome to the program. Thank you very much. I tell you what an honor it is to talk to you. What is our privilege and following the story. Yeah. I've seen a lot of typhus in my days of practicing medicine because their practice in Pasadena typhus is is endemic right by own son got it. And when I saw the rat explosion, Los Angeles. I immediately started ringing the alarm bells that that's going to be a major type is operate. And last summer was a small version of what we're going to see this summer, and you unfortunately, one of the victims. Yes. As a matter of fact, when I was because initially I came down it presented in me as meningitis. And when I was finally diagnosed on the twenty seventh of November. My mom was was looking things up on the internet, and she came across your YouTube videos, God too much and talking about typhus talking about and talking about how the the it was only going to get worse in the city until the city administration. Tackled. The problem of yes. Which primarily means getting rid of the encampments rank. That's the only way it's going to go away with at least the trash and the feces run the cameras because as long as there's concentrated humans and concentrate, a trash, there are massive rep looms, right? And what are they doing? What are they? What are they doing about? It. They according to what they're telling everybody. I don't actually know what they're doing Cutty. It's not a problem. They send me an Email after Email telling me there are no homeless folks around city hall and city hall. What are you talking about? We see. On the front of the brush around the city hall is vibrating with rats. What are they talking about? I I don't know what they're talking about. Every time. I've driven by there. I stop and take pictures. So I have pictures of encampments, and I send them, and I say this is what I'm talking about. They send them to our HR departments. And they send me a picture of a planter in say, see, no homeless people. Oh my God. Oh, it's it's very it's like some really intense denial. But it, but it's weird denial. It's like it doesn't fit their sense of the world. Therefore, it's not happening. Right. So now when the roads were being cleaned up. And they said, oh, oh, maybe we do have some fleas wasn't that done in city hall and not even city hall east where you worked do they leave the carpets and everything down where you had contacted the are contracted typhus when herb Wesson when when the story broke when my story broke at on. I think it was the thirty first of January per west and came forward and said that right around the time that I became infected his staff members are rats and had fleas jumping on them. And that's why he pulled up the carpet. Now that was in city hall, which is across the street from city hall east, but they're joined by a bridge. It's and hope lesson has called me and expressed his condolences, and and told me that he would do whatever he could help me the when I went back to the office on Friday because I finally got released to return to work when I went back to the office. It looked exactly the same. The carpet hadn't been cleaned the building hadn't been cleaned. There were still homeless folks out in front of the building not as many, but they were still there. And I went upstairs and tried to work but in order for civilization, and I used that word with intention in order for humans to concentrate in these circumstances, we call cities that are civilized. We've known for eight hundred years that you have to control the rodents and the vectors and have sanitation. What have sanitation? What is it about our city that they've decided the basic needs of civilization are no longer warranted? It. It makes absolutely no sense to me and has not since I found out what it was since. I got diagnosed that the this is exactly the opposite. They the city attorney's office has consistently done. Exactly. The opposite of what I would have done. If this case had landed on my desk. In my first thought is you've got to protect the other the other employees in the Bill, of course, that comes into the building just to do business with and in the city of LA every day. But that the admitting they have a problem. Except if you have people if you have to county health department saying there's a typhus outbreak downtown around where the offices in one of your employees gets the disease. I'm not sure how you can deny that you have. What I wrote letters to the the various departments. What I got back was. It's a mild illness still make so much of it think about that. Can you imagine I want you to describe what it's like to have this disease? And by the way, it kills people. No problem. I was fairly certain that. I was not unconvinced that I wasn't going to die. I realized I said that poorly. I'm sorry. I I was fairly. It wouldn't have surprised me. If I died. That's how sick I was wh-. What did it feel like what did you go through? What were the symptoms? I I woke up with a headache on Thursday morning November. I and I had family in town from New York and the headache got progressively worse and worse and worse so much. So this this particular group of family members, we never we get together. Maybe once every three years, so I would move heaven and earth to go to this dinner. I couldn't leave the house. I cancelled when I woke up the next morning. I had one hundred and two fever, and my equilibrium was gone. If I got out of bed. I would either fall on the ground or walk into walls. I couldn't eat everything tasted like metal. Oh, I don't know quite how I knew what metal tastes like. Right. Like metal. Did you get the the hand the soles of the feet and the palms burning? I didn't get that. But I didn't get that. And I didn't get a rash by my son. Couldn't walk his feet hurt so much. He couldn't pain. Bump it's literally and inflammation of the software. This is a vascular is the vessels in the periphery caused by the time you went to the doctor, and they thought initially you had meningitis. But then you did get diagnosed for sure with typhus. Yes. When I woke up on Monday. So did your son. Forgive me. Visit did he have police nations? I had hallucination you're sound. You're you get a cerebrovascular something you were sort of heading towards that. At least you had a minute NGO, vascular Edison. And it's you know, when it's central nervous system illness. It's more severe it was it was terrifying. And I woke up it also it really diminished. My my thinking ability horse. I woke up on Monday. And when when people talk about meningitis, they say, oh, worst headache you've ever had. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Back. It's not just a stiff neck. It's you physically. It's like your muscles have seized. Yeah. Painful, and so I woke up like that. And it took me a few hours to realize, oh, fever headache, ever stiff neck, this is really bad. So I went to the doctor. He diagnosed me with viral meningitis the city had cut off my health insurance. So how do they do that? They I ran out of sick time. And they they are not an employee. I'm an employee. It's but they can cut off your leg. I I guess I don't understand how the city works. They can cut off your insurance Mike when you run out of of sick time. They don't pay you, and they cut off your benefit. Oh my gosh. So I dealt with even though you got sick at work. Even if you're sick at work. Show. But I didn't know at this point. I just thought I had meningitis no typhus yet and caused by fleas at work. That's what I'm saying. You got sick at work caused by something from work. Right. So I went to I went to I called my doctor. He said go immediately to the emergency department. I wanted to be seen by someone. I so I went to a physician he diagnosed me with viral meningitis and sends me home with a steroid that should calm down my Menendez and doxycycline it's the right medicine for typhus to seventy the right one is an antibiotic. So I started getting a little bit better every day. I assumed it was steroids because steroids always make you feel better by a true. I went to my GP the next day. And he said as long as you're feeling better. Don't go to the emergency department gave me a very stern lecture about putting my life at risk by going to the physician instead of going to be. But said just to keep in touch with him every day, and as long as I progressed in getting better that I didn't need to go to the hospital. Yeah. So he gave me three more days of the steroid. And I finished the steroid and finish the dock cycling and was your son exhausted. Oh my God. He was he was he was in fifth grade at the time, and it was just it was ten days of hell. Yeah. I, but I knew I went to the PO Tricia said this is typhus. I know it I could see the ration his pom. That's that's what this is. I'm sure of low behold terrible. So I just assumed it was meningitis, which is what the doctor assumed. And I was at home on November twentieth. It was two days before thanksgiving and try and figure out how you got sick, especially when you're at home stuck in bed. And I remembered that the mayor when the county had had issued the the announcement about the typhus epidemic. In downtown. The mayor had sent around an Email. And so I, you know, Google typhus, and it had so many of the same symptoms, including meningitis that I called my doctor who God love me. Your God love him had was humoring me at this point told him. You know, this many people have gotten typhus around my office, and he said come on in and get a blood test. Then called me a week later and set an all of his years of practice. He'd never had a patient tests positive for this. But I did I have because I he he does he was at Pedro where you are. Yeah. That's where it's rare in the past. It's not it's rare. But it's unusual this out rare. And so I've seen many many cases, and we're going to see it a lot all throughout the southern California area this summer, and my grave fear is the the typhus is not the only rat born flea-born illness. That's coming our way. They're more serious things. That happens when civilizations breakdown not the least of which is. A term most people know it's called bubonic plague. That's what comes up when when these things break down. And why they think that's not gonna happen..

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"mike gomez" Discussed on To Live and Die in LA

To Live and Die in LA

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on To Live and Die in LA

"Me. Jade filed statements in documents about Chris Moore as with four different police departments in Colorado. According to one of the statements filed in Aurora Jade was in the car with Chris as about four months after Kris spots was born he was supposed to drive her home. But when Christmas has started driving down back roads in another direction from her home Jade jumped out and began running the statement continues. He caught me threw me on the ground. Instead of telling me how much he loved me that I'd put him through hell he was saying all that while he was doing his pants on top of me. I was screaming crying. According to the statement, Chris Meraz, then sexually assaulted her which threatened to tell the police quote. He just laughed and stated no one would believe me. A year and a half later. According to the statement Jade was at her mother's house with Christmas as while Chris spots, still an infant slept on the couch. She told Chris Perez that she wanted him out of her life, and he became angry and punched a hole in the wall. When Jade threatened to call the police, the statement continues crisper as slapped her on the face, and she fell to the ground the baby woke up and began crying, and quote, I tried to get up to call my son when Chris grabbed me by the throat and said that I could never leave. He then started choking me. I remember thinking I was going to die. Chris Moore is then picked up the baby kicked Jade in the stomach and told Jade, and I quote, the statement here. He could kidnap my son so easily that I would never see him again. That better behave myself or he would do it. As soon as I could get away I got away. So Chris, and I moved to Aurora and within weeks big Chris had found me and slashed my tires. He always just wanted to scare me. So he was working at the beef plant Harran town. They have big knifes slice meat. Slicing knifes in less than ten years. Jade moved twelve times trying to get away from Chris Meraz, but he would always find her according to police records crisper is with threaten to kill her and himself if she ever slept with another man, he would call her employers accuser of fraud. He would follow her spider harasser steal things at break into her house. Jay describes one such incident. Boy spent the night at my mom's house the next morning. I was driving home. And as soon as I drove home, I knew something was up because the front gate wasn't close. Like, I had closed it. So I told my kids way right here. Let me go in. And when I went in the living room was fine. The kitchen was fine. But as I went to the bedrooms, I could see in the corner of my eye, my bedroom had the walls had been knifed. All my clothes were on the floor. The dresser drawers were out. My underwear was everywhere and the bed had been stabbed several times. And there was a huge knife left in my bed. When Jade, call the police, they refused to believe that it was Chris Christmas is but years later Christmas, his roommate a man named Mike Gomez came forward to the police and confessed to having written the note for Chris and waited outside for him while he was in Jade's house. I've seen a copy of the note from the Aurora police records and it reads. Hello. I have been watching you. I know where you live. I know where you work. I know where you are all the time. I know where your boyfriend lives, I know where he works. But that doesn't matter because he can't help you. No one. Can I will be watching you? The letter is then signed with an upside down cross. A few days later Jade received another note this one in the mail it read. Hello. How have you been since? I got into your house and seen all of your private thing. And you're fucking boyfriends thing, I have been watching you every day and my lust for you grows deeper. I can't control myself any longer he shall soon be mind. So watch out because I will get you sooner or later. There is a PS the bottom of the note, and it reads when are you going out again, ha ha ha ha? Because I was so terrified I was running like a rat in a cage because I would tell people it was Chris Maras, and even some of my own family would say he loves you. And he loves Christopher and he so nice. And they no one believed the things that were happening was Chris. And I couldn't convince them, you know, people in our church my family members. They didn't believe me. They they said he was such a nice guy. And he could have caught me. He could have caught me. And that's what they would save. Chris wanted to kill you. He would kill you. If he wanted to catch me he could have caught me. He didn't want to catch me. He wanted me to be afraid.

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"mike gomez" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"What what you're saying I liked his, arm strength like, a couple of the decisions that he made a couple of my. Didn't like it took a couple hits I don't think he had to even more importantly, Paul no turnovers no interceptions no really dumb mistakes that Kirk, cousins in the first half Trevor simian the new quarterback Simeon back to, pass throws left incomplete looking, for running back Mike plume a ninety one yard game Saturday against, the Jacksonville Jaguars the Vikings offensive wine The second offensive line with a couple of guys who played in front of cousins in the, first half including Albion Collins Collins now be left. Guard the inside a storm Norton winners the center Danny Isadora a majority of the game didn't. Get the start he's the right guard and rookie Brian O'Neil the right tackle zooming tosses tabun following a cavalcade of Vikings starters is hitting stopped at the thirty. One yard line Mike? Boon against Jacksonville quite the game he did a very physical game a week ago and Mike Gomez just what we needed her on the. Linebacker to get himself outside spring for big game taken, the hit, goes out. Of, bounds visa physical assaults because it takes the hand off with his, shoulder square and, has really good vision, even the cutback field and get some tough yards Minnesota's seventy. Percent on third down the semi and, let Vikings trail, ten six Simeon back to pass Hiddensee throws and he doesn't grow it in fact he has sacked He was sacked by Erik Walden formerly of the, Green Bay Packers and the Indianapolis Colts. Signed, this week when the Seahawks released a. Linebacker Marcus Smith and the Vikings go three now coaches are not going to like that one is. Brian O'Neill gives up a sack Mike Boone misses the chip block on the way out so you had. Two guys to block the outside linebacker and neither one of them got, the. Job done so there's gonna be. Some discussion on the sidelines somehow happy off fronts, coaches I'll tell you that right now..

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"mike gomez" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To their home on hillary cove court last night two adults and three kids lived in at home the fire started in the garage is not clear what sparked the blaze nobody was hurt the cdc here in atlanta's his forty nine out of fifty states now reporting flu outbreaks pharmacies around the country say they are running low on antiviral medications tamiflu abc chief health and medical editor dr jennifer ashton saying to to be most effective everybody in the family artists are taking flew meds once one person get sick who use to hear 48 hours as the maximum now there is some data that suggests that it can help even after given that time so it shouldn't be withheld just because you're over 48 hours and we expect to get an update on flew from the cdc here in atlanta next hour the georgia aquarium announcing plans for a major expansion the next endeavor is a really big one that's according to the vice president of marketing and communications of the aquarium she tells the atlanta business chronicle they're looking at several proposals at the moment they'll include a new entrance and more exhibits space the expansion would come in lake 2020 whether would include more animals is anyone's guess at this point the aquarium sits out about nine acres but it owns another acre to half across lucky street that's mostly parking lots for now it's last expansion came in 2016 the forty milliondollar see light exhibit judd hickinbotham wsb revenue from concessions sales are up at mercedes benz stadium over and over the georgia dome despite a drastic cut in prices offered why got a lot of attention when he cut prices in half but how do you explain falcons fans actually spending sixteen percent more on food people are buying a little bit more when you buy as well as people who typically just avoided and that's part of the reason stadium vp mike gomez tells me the entire concession stand experience is now the industry standard in two leagues we were they were down dick number one across the falcons and major league soccer those fans surveys include quality and speed of service which goma says they're still trying to tweak jay black wsb wsb news.

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"mike gomez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 5 years ago

"mike gomez" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"According to people familiar with the matter deutsche bank is exploring shrinking it's us operations the move comes is mounting legal expenses threatened to even think tampa delayed germany's lack of spanx the pull back is being considered as part of a broad strategy review it going to bank is that it evaluates businesses in the context of regulatory and capital requirements last month georgia banks of the us justice department a question fourteen billion dollars to settle a probe tied to residential mortgage back securities now the volatility index report brought to you by cabo leave it's options in futures volatility can be harnessed was he believe it's options in futures to just go to spend learn more at cb elite dot com slash powerful outcomes of vick's the mix again three point four percent friday to close at sixteen twelve separately in today's extended morning trading fixed futures are higher by four point eight percent to sixteen ninety and that's this morning's volatility report futures this morning are moving lower s and p futures down six points futures down forty eight announced that the many futures down seventeen but actually germany's down six tense percent we are watching earnings from has bro cross the bloomberg third quarter profit to beating analysts estimates nine makes crude oil is lower down a quarter percent or thirteen sensitive fifty dollars twenty two cents a barrel go mike's gomez down to chance percent or two dollars ten sense of twelve fifty three forty i'm alex and this straight ahead we have the latest world and national news in on the get sports is well this has been the word during a brain just to six thirty three on the wall street this news update brought to you by engine blocking intern named the best accounting for him in north america for the sixth year in a row by hedge week dot com the long military beat buildup leads to mosul let's bring in michael bourn out with the very latest good morning to michael good morning without a senior you an official says he is extremely concern for the safety of ser billions in the iraqis serbia mosul.

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