19 Burst results for "Nice Company"

"nice company" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:59 min | 11 months ago

"nice company" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"There's nobody in our society that i mean. With the exception of a few yogis or something or people doing really relaxing jobs almost is going to be relaxing for at least half the day and even at night like the bracelets that i sell. Help your body relax at night but most people they don't they're not able to relax at night because there's emf's everywhere you know that plus people are eating late before bed. Plus people are on their screens right before beds. Their mind is really stimulated and plus people are at work stress out all day and then after people eat their stressed because they're going right back to work if they're not eating while working lake liquid. Just we're really stupid with their bodies really really bad at relaxing so we kind of have to to take time aside for our bodies while while we slowly fix these habits over the next ten years as we increase our consciousness and learn about how to relax more but like we need to take time to do cleanses. We need to take time and we need to use technologies to offset are bad habits as as we slowly learn how to heal ourselves and just function better. I've been fasting from eight to twelve like almost two years now. And my mom's like you got a nice company face if crap. And i'm like look k. I might have to retire. Hogue of whatever right but my body majority of it is great food to the point where such a machine. That's knows how to deal with the shit that when we come in is not gonna to function because it's already dealing with other crap on. Va eligible shit out. My mouth is at the nice taste my brain's being fulfilled. It will just shit out the next day and it never it never even into my body get with this. I'll take takes me five minutes to fall asleep right. My phone is in the other bedroom an hour before. I sleep an hour before i sleep off in the other bedroom. So there's no math. Ethnic bates an vibrational shit coming into my room. And we'll think about nothing about going to do this now porn..

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"nice company" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"nice company" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"It was this semi basically and but it was a really nice company and the guy was really nice. And and there's some companies if you guys have questions about shipping horses. Please call me. Because i've seen them all now. And i've seen all the big ones all the ones that i will never let pull up again so call me email. You know our sponsor today state line tack. And i don't know about you over there in oklahoma but we are having the worst fly year. We were talking about that when everybody was here for the party. The flies this year in florida are ridiculous. I mean we've never had the flies that we have now. And i don't know what happened. Why maybe we didn't have enough hurricanes to like. Send them out into the ocean. I don't know but At state line tack right now if you go to their homepage. You're going to see. They have bargains on all kinds of fly stuff including a they right now. Have the defender air mesh combo sheets for thirty seven dollars. They have fly mass. They have all kinds of fly sprays and the foreign try tech the shires swedish combo flysheet for sixty five dollars. I mean they. They have a bunch of different things on there now. I'm sure some of these sizes are going to be selling out so you're gonna wanna head on the state line tack dot com right now and check out their fly selection. We're not noticing as many mosquitoes but the flies just ridiculous. I don't know what it is. Is it bad where you are. Flyways i tell you i wasn't going to tell you this but the bugs are insane. Yeah of course we've had a lot of rain to and I got these these ducks. They're called muskogee. Ducks a duck ever. I literally watched it my female duck. Ed chase down leap in the air and grab out of the air. A giant horse fly and like gobbling down the says state. Line tack. You'll need to start looking for ducks right now searching ducks so yeah the bus. The giant horse flies are just like zipping around no problem like on the place. Well come and get a med is awesome state line tack dot com for.

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Upcycled Coffee Waste as a New Cosmetics Ingredient?

The Beauty Brains

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Upcycled Coffee Waste as a New Cosmetics Ingredient?

"I saw a company advertising or or there was a story about it. They were suggesting that coffee waste is going to be the next new hot ingredient so there's a biotech company called cafe ueno nice nice company name. They're they're taking used coffee grounds. And then they're squeezing out all this extra material and then they're saying that this is going to create an oil that's going to be a great new material and it's going to be great for aging and for hair They're saying this is the next ingredient. That's going to replace argon oil or rose hip oil while yeah. I think i saw this article. And i also saw an article about cherry waste this week. So i think waste from different ingredients in the world being up cycled into cosmetic ingredients is going to be a huge trend that will continue to see. Well you know it used to be a pretty common practice to upcycle ingredients like gelatin and hydro care but once people started to realize that. That's the up cycle for from the meat industry. They're like oh. Let's put that in our cosmetics anymore. So instead of animal ingredient waste we're gonna have plant ingredient waste and here it. Here's coffey there's cherry blossoms Now i don't have any reason to believe that the ingredients that you're gonna get from spent coffee grounds are going to do anything special. I mean no doubt that people selling this is going to tell you they are but i think you probably going to get some nice amalean and then maybe it's gonna make your hair or skin feel nice but to me pretty much. All those kinds of natural oils are all kind of have the same field to me. I know you have your favorite oils things. But i have a hard time differentiating between any of these oil straight. It's the touch of my fine hands. I can just really discern a- difference between all of the oils but you know some people. Can't i totally get it

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"nice company" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"nice company" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On the bench. I said, You gotta look at our king. And say, Where can I add something? Where can I make us better? What can I do that we need to have done? That's what you need to do. Don't worry about coaching guys. You can cheer a little bit. But if I'm you, I'm sitting back watching saying all right, Where can I add to this Because that's what he's gonna have to do. I mean, when you look at it Heaven playing as good. As you know, Look, this kid's playing. We're making extra passes. We're not turning it over like we were. Four weeks ago. You look a Davion has he played Now you look at Dante. How's he played? Now be jailed. The sudden it started playing after the beginning of the game. He had a couple place, but after that he settled in You know, Now we can play three guards we could play for. But let me say this. Now you look in a key on in Isaiah and Olivia. I mean, everybody's got to earn their way here. Nothing is given And sometimes you gotta wait behind somebody else to get your chance. Given example shade I didn't start it for 10 Games challenge, Zander. Didn't start a manual quickly. Beginning of last year. We struggled. We figured it out 10 11 games. Whatever was 12 games work? How many games have we played now? 10? I mean, it took us time. But at the end of the day Here's the manual quickly. The steal of the draft. Here's Chez Alexander. They're talking about the chance to be in a future All Star and it took them time. It's just how this stuff works here and that somebody may be in front. Maybe we're wrong. You know what It'll work out. It always play out. What do they say? The cream rises is how it works here. Hey, Cal, Uh, if you saw this or not, the Knicks tweeted this out today. Speaking of the Knicks Julius Randall joins Oscar Robertson is the only two players in NBA history to record at least 200 points, 115 rebounds and 70 assists in their team's 1st 10 games of a season. That's a pretty nice company to be in Well in he's working so hard and you know, they did a story about some workout guys in Dallas that have worked with him and And talked about his ethic and his work ethic and how we would get up in the mornings and he was going to a days and You know, we know how he played here. He was just a warrior and he's expanded his game. You know he's making threes now, but they can play through because he can pass and do those things. But I'll tell you what he'll fight he will fight. Question off the text line about Cheon. Will Cheon start or do you think he's better coming off the bench? Well. Um Not positive yet. But when I look at it, you say you know what? I think you started. And You have Isaiah, and that's where Lance maybe and Cam have to move to the back a little bit. Um, you know, but but again. You know? You know, he came off the bench and was pretty good, but I'll tell you what I said to him in the game. Yourself now, kid. When you need to come out, come out and tell me when you're ready to go back, and we'll do that with guys. If you're selfish and all by yourself, you don't We worry about it. I'll sub you. But when you're this kind of kid and you're doing what the team needs you to do Then you have the ability to sub yourself and get yourself back in games. Let's go back to a call on the Clarks pumping shop phone lines from Kingston, Tennessee. It's William with a question about BJ Boston. Go ahead, William. John Big fan here. I just wanted to ask about bring the Boston what you said to him after the game..

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"nice company" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"nice company" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We know that we're in a period of uncertainty here and and that could create some volatility. But the question you really need to ask yourself is Does that change the trajectory of the economy? If you believe that the economy continues to recover, as I do, then the volatility that exists potentially in the near term as a result of policy uncertainty is is worth looking through and they create buying opportunities. So the S and P 500 index end of the week with a loss of 6/10 of 1% 3rd declining week in a row. SNP down. 37 Down 1.1% the Dow Down 244 down 9/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 117 Down 1.1% Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick Take power by Maur than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This's masters in business with very results on Bloomberg Radio. My special guest this week is tomorrow. He is a car viewer, but not just any car reviewer. His YouTube channel has 3.7 million subscribers. His videos have been seen over 1.1 billion times each one averages about a two million View count per video. He has won numerous awards from YouTube and others, including the Gold Creator award. He is the author of two books, plays with cars and Bumper to bumper. Of demure Oh, welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. So let's get a little overview of your career. Begin it. Porsche, as sort of Ah Cubical drone working spreadsheets, but But at least you got a really nice company car, didn't you? Yeah, I worked a portion. I was 21. I just graduated college and I had a 9 11. A series of them actually had for 9 11 company cars during the time that worked there in a panamera. I only crashed two of those five cars that really it all worked out pretty well. But now the 9 11 I read about was a rainstorm. You come around. Ah, turn and there's a tree down on the street. How'd you How'd you crash? The Panamera? Oh, that won the Panamera was was not my fault. The guy pulled out in front. He ran a stop sign. I also considered the 9 11 not to be my fault. You know, with a tree in the road, but my bosses didn't see it that way. They were not in agreement with me. Was the tree falling, Justus? You came around the corner or military already showed. But it was a dark road and it was a start corner. And you just You couldn't avoid it in my right unless you were driving more slowly, which is what the officer would have said to me. I think I think they're arriving one ofyou right to fast for for road conditions. I we've all been there. So you begin writing. Not long after your Porsche you wrote for the truth about cars, which is a great blogged. Way early. That block was telling people that GM was going to go bankrupt. Years in advance. They were dead, right, You right? You wrote for Ah, Jalopnik. What? What led to this side gig. You know, it's interesting. I mean, I was 21. I was working Portia and then 22 23. No, I don't know. I was just at that age. It's hard to sit next cubicle. You know, I just was thinking of myself. Um, I really going to do this forever. And it was cool having those cars, but they weren't mine. They were rental cars essentially from the company. That you had for six months. Then you get another one. And I just remember after the third or fourth one, you pick it up in this kind of lost magic. And you think to yourself Is this really gonna be my whole life? You know, am I going to be Driving other people's cars, and that's kind of the highlight of my life. It's picking up a new rented and so I started to kind of think about what I want to do. Really. And I was actually writing already for ah autotrader dot com. Writing like It's boring out generic car articles. You know, Should you buy your car at the end of the lead, So whatever, and I just decided my wife and I were like, Let's just take the jump. So one day I quit and started. Yeah, I mean, I started reading into cars about two weeks after I quit. And that began the that was the seed that sprouted. Now I recall reading something of yours about the Chicago auto show that was surprisingly funny in a very Dave Barry. Like way it had a sense of humor. It wasn't your straight Here's the latest and greatest from Monday, right, Right? Yeah, I started. I started going after kind of more humorous slant on it. You know, I had quit my job on the theory that I could make a living being. Funny with car even though no one had that wasn't really a thing that existed. I have when I look back on it. It sounds like the craziest thing I've ever done in my life. But you know, I was 23. It didn't really There were steaks were low, basically. And so I gave it a shot and it didn't You know that kind of grew up on audience Was that paying the bills? I mean, writing is not exactly a lucrative profession. Correct. Know at the time I was making all of my money from writing for auto trader they were doing well, and they needed a ton of content to sort of help drive traffic, search traffic and things to their car lifting. And so I was writing stuff that most people saw. I was getting paid basically nothing for but the stuff that I was getting paid for, you know, people weren't really seeing unless they were in market. Consumers, you know, Trying to decide between like a rap for the RV was that kind of stuff. So then you end up picking up 2000 for Ferrari. 3 60 Modena for about $80,000, half down have financed with your parents co signing a loan..

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"nice company" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"nice company" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Minutes after seven. Thursdays of Timber third Nice Company. Morning. Get up 85 in the sunshine later. This afternoon. Wake up, sunshine. Open up your sleeve for May. I'm talking about a cold front passing through here midday. But other than some wind not going Drop the temperature much They're saying Mohr 80 degree days. They're expected heading into the Labor Day weekend on and it's not going to get cooler until Monday. So should be a nice holiday weekend. Hope it is for you. Is going to be a big busy day in Skokie today. Do you hear about this grassroots cannabis? I'll start selling a blues brothers. We'd strain that the company's new old orchard dispensary. Opening today. Jim Belushi. Plans to drive a replica of the Fame Blues Mobile to the opening Today. It's a huge patch shop across the street actually from Old orchard. You're going to go a day? No, But have you seen that place? I have not. No, I mean, it doesn't look like a pasha. It's like 15,000 Square feet. It's huge. Where is it? Exactly? I mean, I cross the street across the street from the mall. Well, there's a cemetery there. And then there's the D S. W This is just north of the northwest Quarter of It is a gulf Old Orchard Road and wait for instructions or now. Well, that one that has a really cool outside thing. Vicky was not excited about anything we did this morning until until I mentioned this greenhouse dispensary. Oh, I know exactly what you're talking about. I did not know that was a sensory. The company's first Illinois store will sell only recreational weed. Looks more like the offices of a major tech firm than a weed store totally does will be equipped with enough point of sale systems to serve a dozen customers. At once. Later this afternoon, the skulk e mayor Will join Jim Belushi and company leaders following a ribbon cutting ceremony. Hopefully, there's a Mrs Fields nearby, some place that sells monkeys. There's a lot of smack places in that area. In recent years, Jim Belushi Broke into the pot industry started cultivating weed at his namesake, Farman Eagle Point Oregon, a process that's been documented in the Discovery Channel show growing Belushi. Anybody seen watch that I have not seen that I heard about it. Um, let's see. Belushi has been growing cannabis at his organ farm for around five years. He partnered with grassroots cannabis. To exclusively sell a blues brothers. We'd strain at the new dispensary. It's in the old of in the old bank, Um Cross from Old Orchard. Okay, so it's not on Scobie Boulevard. It's on old Georges. It's on the corner, but it but it it's the site of the old bank. I think you took the bank down. Remember, the bank doesn't look anything like it. And let's see. Ah Belushi plans too. Pull up to the shop later today and hand deliver. The weed. Hey, says what I wanted to do is drive thru the old Orchard mall like they did in the Blues brothers, but I think that got a little too costly. That's what Belushi's til the Sun times yesterday. So an exciting day up in Skokie today. 7 15, and we'll get to are extremely local news report from Black Club Chicago in just a couple of minutes here, there's a surprising victim of Chicago's Carjacking problem. Pet cats. Yes, we'll talk about that and more with Jen Sibella here coming right up. Couple of updates for you from the sports world also, Ah, Vicki can calm down. She'll give you the traffic report prefer Steve has the weather. Let's go. Come on. We have a nice day in store That is if you can keep the wind Ah, down, We could see gusts of wind Today of 35 MPH Sustained winds of 15 to 20 MPH, but mainly sunny. Otherwise. Just a slight chance of some showers behind your 86 that mostly clear tonight Low 55 tomorrow mostly sunny hon. You're 78. And then 83 on Saturday, 82 on Sunday and then Monday for Memorial Day. I'm sorry Labor Day keeps saying Memorial Day 74 on Labor Day right now in Chicago. Partly cloudy skies 68 at O'Hare and Midway 69 along the lakefront 65 in Waukegan. The White Sox have back to back losses for the first time since mid August after falling to Minnesota eight tow one. The Cubs In eight to win at Pittsburgh. The baseball world mourning the loss of Tom Seaver, the Hall of Fame pitcher, Tom Terrific. He died Monday of complications from dementia and covert 19 at the age of 75 the fire a scoreless tie with Cincinnati in Colorado over Dallas in the Stanley Cup playoffs to force Game seven. We have some great news heading into that Byrne interchange right now that he's found Eisenhower ramp to outbound Kennedy is re opened. So we've been looking forward to that since 2013. And in addition to that,.

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"nice company" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Me around ninety six. I think I was making back then when I was doing the show in New York. I was making fun of diligence so they started cunard talk. That's what became friends. It's funny I remembered that you know obscure things you remember. I remember that we watched a race together. Because you know other watch raises. It was the summer of Belmont and it turned out it was Grand Slam debut and he won and the Horse that he had the race and finishing third. I think what they John beat him for. Second and a horse named San Michele is that Michelle was worse for mattress Mac and he was actually an incredible how. I don't think he ran again until I don't know. Gulfstream Ohio Leah. It must've been must've been Gulfstream consigliere heavily dates ninety seven was actually the first winter. I didn't go with all the and He won his next race. The Gulfstream by nineteen lights the ended up getting sick and he and he wasn't able race anymore. I don't even know what happened but He was an incredible talent ever wash that race. Nick Nicolaus one of my one of my most treasured win photos actually The the one that the only one I've got where you're you and I are are in it But you're right Yes yes. Belmont brachytherapy by Typhoon. No not no not. By tycoon wasn't trained by. Dick in the goal in the gold in the goal the goal terrible photo by like a nose also by that right better that eight to one all right. I you know they might not have been on my radar at that point. I think it was her She She wasn't favor. I don't think that In that Gazelle he heavy favorite. Their cheapie. Say we'll be wrong she. She didn't win a lot. She you know she. She kept Nice Company but she. She was not a frequent winner now but she didn't go to work. I want to look at the base right now. That's a really good teacher. Art Equity Spotlight. Just sit and get his whole record and being they have such extensive so what was that. That was only four. Yeah four thousand four two thousand five. Ezell over twenty four four five so in the outlets used third. Actually so I must be thinking. Yeah some of the L. Finger at somebody else issue Sakashita today sack of the buying S. She wanted to Beaumont seconds. Duck IOS dirty acord. She wanted to Gazelle to timber. Ten Two thousand and five Jabber one again. No no looking at it too Matthew failed off she actually tailed off after that four year old year. Muslims are four-year-old Year of you know sticking to breeder stuff with which really wasn't that bad But she tailed off after that. I was a fan anyhow. So W- well we you know we're celebrating derbies and so we talked unbridled and and street sense with the Carl Nascar and and Nick I I didn't realize preparing for Nick. That strike the gold was the horse that earned the most money for him We want like three point five. What a good career hat. Because he didn't just win nearly one the PIMCO special of the Nassau County here that Nasser County Race beach that crazy dual wanna say involve maybe Fassino Jolie's halo does that sound right But yeah I mean He. He hits a board and a lot of these races So it's not like he didn't you know he just. He was a murder maybe he showed up. I think a lot of misconception about him it was a good worse and you know I mean. Yeah the closers. The most parts talk to win on the dirt you know she was unusual. Bit Worse you know since it came up and I am. I added up the the grade ones. He participated in the nineteen one races. And Nick made the very you know Germain and fair point that you just don't see that I mean it's it's unheard-of great one hair but still well. Yes that's true. They've trimmed those back but the one as it happens the one race that is sort of lost a history. Is that Nassau County Handicap. That had some you know thousand. That was the the State Belmont Day. sort of came between the BAT and suburban. Brooklyn while yes. How he's over the years justice racist been gone for a while Yes but that was the year of the American Racing Championship series. Yes yes great great series good worse. Yup and you know who trained team way? He broke his maiden in Argentina. The Argentine or something Barrett wherever you did go. Regional Trainer weld logical answer. Well can I guess or do I Arjun Angel Angel Panel would be the would be. I think you might have been with two thousand five. You mean your Joe Angel. I don't Know Junior. I mean in in trading America. Long before that you just. You're just rating. Go back that far. I'm not sure. Was Nacho quite well Nacho. That's unbelievable because that I've I should that was. I thought that's too funny. That's funny I should have. That was my first instinct and I thought now it's go back to ninety one I. It was my first insight. You're right you're right it is. It is eight hundred in McDowell. Leave me alone. I don't remember that well Now must've been. She was trained by somebody. Name Cool Jack who are not familiar with California their classic film but She ran I oh she wanted to test suite. The worst wanted pass. I sit there. You GO HABITS NICK. Yes he did he did and I. I love it because you don't do very often and Did something it's.

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"nice company" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"Right eat Those important things so I had to balance all of it but I think at the same time it shows you if you really WanNa do something or not because it was a lot of time and energy and my own money that I had to put into it. And if I didn't really love it I think I would have stopped really shortly into it so at least you can find out if you're actually 'cause there's been a ton of things and I'm like I am super passionate about this. This is what I do and then I've tried and been like ooh but this with I guess just being I think influence there is kind of awkward but being a social media influence an author like this is where I feel like. I'm supposed to be so yes. Yes and happy. And what was the moment like when you heard from Ofra? I remember I listened to the podcast with the people who work at it and I love that at someone's name. I loved the family business. I love that on supporting U N A business. That sounds so like they're so nice. I love that. The mom gives birthday gifts to everyone. It's like what an Nice Company. So it's like a perfect match with you. Who's WHO's so lovely but was it like when you got that email a love that. Yeah well I was pretty shocked because at the point so it was actually last summer. I got an email from someone who works with social media. Team her name's Shayna who I know work really closely with. But she emailed me and you know kind of introduced herself but she said that they were planning something called project influence her and they want it to work with handful of bloggers and have. Us create basically like our favorites from the Ofra collection. And then we each get two weeks to promote it and I get this email and I was traveling somewhere because I remember reading it in a hotel room like I'd been flying all day and then I get to my hotel room and I'm going through my emails and I see it and I remember it. Said like it had been sent six hours ago or something like freaked out. I was like Oh my gosh. They're going to think that I'm saying no and like someone else and I wrote back. The fastest email on my phone like who knows if I if my grandma was even right. Like I don't even know throwback was like Yes yes him so interested and quite honestly. I was super surprised because at that point. I wasn't even an affiliate with the brand. So a lot of brands will house. Blockers the affiliates with them and have a silly at codes or just have them on their PR list and get PR. I at that point. I had been buying all products myself and super surprised to get this email and it turns out that Shayna who emailed me. She was a subscriber of mine and she really liked my channel and me so she was the one that pitched me to Ofer to say like I think we should maybe try this girl and so I'm so grateful for that and I mean it goes to show that you really have no idea who could be watching your videos and what it could potentially lead to so I mean that's pretty fun. I was very surprised. Both really excited. And we put together. We went back and forth and ended up putting together. A trio of lipsticks with my three favorite shades. And then I have two favorite highlanders from and they said we could do a split pan. What both highlighter in there and I was the one that kicked off project influencer and you know it seemed to go pretty well. A lot of people are talking about it. A lot of people were buying it since it wasn't like a actual collaboration of sorts like PR didn't go out to other brokers but I had so many of my friends who are youtubers buying it as well and sharing it with their I mean just. The support was insanely overwhelming. A bunch of my girlfriends in real life or buying it even one to like. Don't wear liquid lipstick. They're like yeah. We bought the set. I was like Gosh. This is crazy and then fast forward so that was in July and then I believe it was in September. They asked me to come down to Florida to meet the team. And do they make all their own convicts right there? They have their own lab and factory and shipping department and and everything so they said you know you do a tour of everything and see how they make made and packaged and the labels printed. I was like okay so cool so I went down to Florida thinking that I'm just meeting people and going to see the factory and they sat me down in a conference room after the factory tour and said. You know your favorites. Collaboration did so well. Would you like to do an actual collaboration and pick the shades and like the in charge of all of that and I was so we asked? I did not see that coming. I was like crying. I was like what I don't understand and you know they don't. You don't have to give us an answer right away you know. Talk to your husband and talk to your mom and let us know and I mean I went back to the hotel that night and I called. Goethe mentioned my mom and and told them about it and you know of course the next day I was like yeah yes so I mean we started planning from there of like what we want the team to be in the collection to look like and you know what are some of my favorite products from Ofra that I could then create my own shades and so it just went from there but when when I was filming my for my podcast the other week I do a segment called the Sam squad. Qa that's what I call my people we are. Hush takes them squad and a bunch of questions came in about my Ofra Collab- and so I was answering them. And someone said what was my favorite part in all of it and I said really. It's it's right now. It seeing people excited about the. It's seeing people excited to order 'em now you know. People are getting their boxes and they're using the politics and just being able to share all of this with so many people because it's because of their support during the favorites club that I got this opportunity now and that's you know I can't forget that it's you know. Of course. I did a lot and offered a lot but the reason that I was offered an even bigger. Collaboration is because they saw that you know. I have so many people cheering me on and so many people that really want to succeed and I like that's just something that I can't ever forget so now that we can all it's not a secret anymore and we can all kind of like celebrate and especially right now. Just find something to be happy about. Even ask a lipstick like it's something that can be a distraction and can you know can cheers someone else. That's the part. That really means a lot to me and and like you said over as a family owned business there. I by all means. They're kind of a smaller company. When it comes to make up brands I mean they do have two separate buildings but I walked around each building and was able to introduce. Everybody was able to say hello to all the workers in the factory. That were packing. And and you know creating the trays of and all of that. So there are a small business and to launch a new collection during this time was very like we had. I mean I had no idea what to expect. I didn't know if anyone would be interested in in makeup which was kind of hard because I've spent so many months so much time putting everything into this and that was like oh my gosh. Oh No won't when people were excited you know I that made me so happy because the hard part is is that it might just be makeup to someone but this is also someone's company is someone's job you know all of the workers with Ofra from to the factory to the social media team too. I mean all of those people are also working at the. You know. It's not necessarily small business. I guess but it's still a business and I'm still thinking about all the people that are working there and put all the hours and time into making this collection so when people were still supporting. I know that it means a lot to me because you know talking to help me during this time but also. I'm sure that it means a lot to the brand. 'cause they put a lot into this collection to yeah and it sounds like it operates like a small business like they just sound like they are such a nice family and the yeah and they and they wanted to good and. I'm not surprised that so many people supported you. I remember reading a lot of comments in people. I don't know if they use this word but the same sentiment was that it couldn't happen to a nicer person like you are a loved because you have great tips and tricks. Your videos are great. You're just have a wonderful personality in your funny like you're self aware you're funny and you're just great to watch and I'm not surprised that you have so many fans and that they were extremely supportive. I love it and you know the flipside with all of this just being out there and being the media I dealt with it at after. Buzz is the some of the negativity the flip side of the Internet in the negative people. Say things that are just like just so ridiculous. I always use the one example from after Buzzer. Someone said like overdid it with my extensions and I was like I've never had extensions in my life but like you her trying to insult me but actually complements me right right. That's great so crazy on the Internet and they can be so nasty cause as much love as you get then you always have that just one idiot but at the same. The Way I've dealt with it is if that can post something constructive from it like you know what? Maybe they need to get a haircut. Actually that's nine. I've been pulled something constructive. That's fine if it's just downright nasty than I. Just don't respond. I just let it sit there and rot. That's their problem. If whatever happened to them in their life that led them to the point with other writing nasty things on the Internet to someone. They don't even know it is not my problem and I'm not GonNa go there and let that energy attached to me in any way can just sit there and that person like they have to work it out like it's not my problem so that's how I deal with it but I'm curious how other people deal with it to you. Just Walk I. It's definitely hard it's definitely the downfall of being on the Internet and my husband is a pretty private guy like he doesn't have a facebook page like he. He's just not really into social media so he's never been on my channel. I've never done like the boyfriend. Tag or husband does makeup or anything like that and people ask for them all the time and he always tells me he's like you know you tell me about some of the comments you get. He's like I just I just don't want to put myself out there like that. You know and it's not for everybody. Not Everybody can can handle that because especially if you're in a weak moment or you're having a down time and then you have to go online and and read terrible things about yourself like it can really mess with your yes. Yeah definitely and one thing I do. Is I keep a folder on my phone. I just I screen shot when like really nice. Comments come in are just really sweet comments because a lot of the times you know. It's ninety eight percent great support of Nice Comments. Such a small percentage of the negatives. But that's what you can't get out of your mind right. They can't stop thinking about so. I have the full there on my phone so when I read something particularly nasty..

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Live From The HIBT Summit - Stacy Madison of Stacy's Pita Chips

How I Built This

11:27 min | 2 years ago

Live From The HIBT Summit - Stacy Madison of Stacy's Pita Chips

"Hey everyone so kind of a random question for you. What do you get when you take two? Psychologists one social worker and a few pounds of day-old pita bread. The answer of course is stacy's pita chips. One of the businesses we featured at our high built this summit last fault. Now if you remember a stacey story from the PODCAST. She was a social worker. Who teamed up with her brother David and her then husband. Mark both of whom were psychologists in other words. They knew nothing about the food industry when they built a multi-million dollar snack company and the whole thing began almost by accident. When Stacey and mark ran a sandwich card on the streets of Boston they would take leftover pizza. Cut It up and bake it into these crunchy little triangles. Which at first they gave away for free until it became clear that people were willing to pay for them anyway when Stacy and I sat down live onstage in San Francisco. I asked her what was going through her head at the time. Do you remember thinking? Even once you've kind of moved into making pita chips that this would grow into a massive rand no no no intention. Absolutely none never started. The company with an exit strategy. Didn't know what an exit strategy was. When we started didn't know what a business plan was. What do you think it was? Fueled the growth. I mean was it something that you were doing or do you think in some ways the growth found you because it was sort of a wave right that you started to ride bread and circus in Boston which now his whole foods and there was more interesting sort of simpler. Wholesome natural foods started as a wave and then it. Kinda went to a hockey stick. Yeah so we learned the value of being able to control your growth which is a skill in itself you know because we were doing our own manufacturing and with the growth we got into gourmet food stores and people were paying about six dollars a bag. Has Anybody here have had the pita chips? Antibody has feta chips. Well you know what I used to. I used to ask that when I would go speak somewhere. There'd be like five hands in the audience and I'd start explaining. We'll a pita chip. We take some bread and we season it. We cut it anyway. Glad I don't have to go back that far anymore. But we started in gourmet food stores from there. We were in natural food stores and we always had pure ingredients. We didn't you know the whole natural food boom and we were just automatically natural. I mean there was nothing in it. There were like three or four ingredients so we didn't actually have to do anything when all these other companies were trying to make themselves natural mood like. Hey we already are. There was a point pretty early on because at the beginning mark was cutting the pita chips by hand. Told you had a really big right BICEP. Rice yeah and eventually to just kind of grow. It wasn't like you went out to a bunch of private equity companies. Raise money righty. We were just kind of funding. The business through sale of pita chips through the sale of pita chips and running up our credit cards. Beg Steal Borrow Driving Crappy car or whatever it is. You had to habit. How did you do that? I was talking to some attendees earlier. Same story how do I grow this thing? I don't. I'm also worried that you know? When I put my product out in the world a bigger company will see it and just replicate it in crush me. That could have happened so easily. Pita chips are pretty easy to replicate. You can't patent them right. You can't patent them and they're not that easy. Sorry I'm sorry you can imagine that a delay or when he's like a huge company could figure out you know some kind of competitive product right. How and you didn't have a whole lot of money. So how are you doing that? How how are you investing in? How did you even have a place to make them? Was the rent cheap. I think you were like Lynn Massachusetts or something like that and Randolph. Mass factor is still there but initially we started off borrowing some space from a woman who made pretzels and it was when we started having to install some of our own equipment that we had to then find a bigger space so we found a space in a construction type building super nice landlords and he sectioned off five thousand square feet and then we were growing bigger and he's and he was on the other side and he's like why can just move the ball over and he moved the wallover. We took ten thousand square feet and then he's like well. I can just move out. And then we took twenty thousand square feet and then when we started grow even further. That's when we looked literally one driveway over. Was this mattress factory for sale. And you took alone a bank loan for that yes. We had a bank loan for that and I said well can I get half a million because we have to and they initially said no no not that would equity and then. I went out and got accounts and got letters from airlines. And things like that and you're going to base Yes yeah if you can make them Mike Lee. Write that down and that's how you were able to secure the loan. Yes I mean did you. I mean now. Of course you know. The the lure is to go out and seek capital and to raise money and at that time. Was that even something you would mark considered doing we did. We considered raising capital. It takes a lot of time and effort and I don't have a business background. None of us did you. Were social workers or psychologists anytime. I have to do math. I go to my sister. 'cause she's got an MBA. And I'm like you know so. We were just about to take on financing. Which is when we landed the trader. Joe's account and so we started doing higher volume and such a Nice Company. They would pay before they even got the product and it was unusual. Yeah they pay really quickly and so I ended up all of a sudden we were getting money and we were kind of us and the ships were really selling so we used the money that we got in from trader. Joe's to really fund. The business and help us grow so we never ended up taking on any extra outside money which was a very fortunate decision. Remember the podcast. He says something to me that really resonated you said by the thousands you had your your daughters and you said the business really started to run you. I have talked to so many people who've been on the show that say. If you think you're going to run this business understand. The business is GONNA run. I think Angie Dan Bastion of Boom Shaka. Pop also said version of that. What was that? What was that period? I mean that was when you started to think about. Maybe I don't WanNa do this anymore. Yeah I think at the time I still would have done it but I think mark was like there was all these things that he didn't get to do that he wanted to do. He wanted to go off and you wanted to travel and he wanted to do all these things and yet we're still growing really quickly. And we had been approached by five of the largest food conglomerates that there are in the world asking us to sell and it was a lot it. Was You know I'm breastfeeding in the closet? And it was an so the business really started to dictate our lives versus us doing what we love to do and making a living at it and so that's when we decided well I think maybe we should think about selling. I'm really interested in this idea of passion. Right toll ruffin often. We often hear. Follow your passion which is not actually possible for for many people. Follow your passion. You're passionate may not be able to afford new. Sustainable life were pita chips. Was that a passion. I mean we're you and mark really following that passionate or did it become a passion once you started to really it. It wasn't a pita chips per se. It was just like we were in the food business where we both wanted to be. But I feel like it becomes more of a passion when other people start to believe in you when it transitions from this crazy idea and you guys have graduate degrees and you've got loans and when all of a sudden when it starts selling and other people start believing in you and then you start to develop your team and other people start like wanting to work for you and quitting their jobs and then you're responsible for them making a living and that then it's really becomes a you know. Yeah Ashley I'm interested in. You have a new company that you started. You obviously sold stacy's. You're not involved with the company formerly anymore. You you've got. The new company called be bold energy bars. You've got a juice Bar Nita Massachusetts near to where you live. This is a startup all over. Obviously the stakes are different because you are financially secure. It's not a maker break but of course you want it to work and you want it to be successful. Do you have some of that? Same kind of anxiety and energy you did when you were starting stacy's now with be bold is is there some overlap in that feeling yes. I'm at my juice bar and I'm selling all of these bars. You know the handmade in the back with the mixer once again. It's I didn't start anything big. We got a mixture going in the back and mix press and package and I have to say. It's no less nerve wracking. Starting another company especially now like now people expect something from the pressures on. Yeah the pressure is on and when we reached out to some of the people that worked with us at the PITA chip company and said. Do you want to become a part of the team and we started to get people now our COO. She was with quaker and with Jim Beam and now she called her up and we said well. We're starting this company and to think about it. Take a week. She talked to your husband. Two days later she called us back and she said. I'm in well and when she I mean like that's a real like I keep thinking of real job and she's quitting her real job to come with us and you know and do this nervous about it and not only that. But it's like hey you know what it gave us this other sense this additional sense of confidence and belief that we can do this. We can do this again. And even when my brother came on board? And he's just sitting in the juice bar watching these people buying these bars and buying these bars. He's my number one believer so be bold helbig want do you want it to be. You wanted to be doing what I love to do now again so again. There is no exit strategy. We just want to have a a refrigerated bar. And I almost feel felt remiss just selling it in my local juice bar and having so many people love it and then not putting it out on the market. Because everybody's going to love it. They are called be bold bars. This is Stacey Madison. She is the founder of Stacy's pita chips. Thank you so much for being here. Appreciate it so much. It's been great having

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"nice company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Find company nice company that worked for him now what can i do for you mr well it's just the usual routine check and cases of this the general financial status of the cream bunch you mean the crane chemical company or the family well i assume the two together oh well no not for several years now mel bother sold the last of the family stock awhile before his death neither finance nor melba have one set of ownership in the company i see now all the company of course is in excellent financial gets the family where concern with grand picture is a little different the fact is that although there they social leaders of the town everybody figures they're rolling in it cranes broke flat broke adding a couple of years now but as i understand it they live quite offensive state out on the edge of tom scherrer and it's mortgaged to the hilt very interesting lately finished seems to be going around with a pocket full of money i got it it is funny thing and how lately since the necklace was stolen before long before two or three months of the robbery only last week supposedly at least no i see what you mean but it's not the answer melba war those of the country club dance just a few days before they were taking well it was an idea i'll give you a piece of advice mr dollar have more than just an idea before you get too rough with other crane or her uncle money or no money they're still top society here logo risk rats and the town kindness day scary result well as i said this is a routine i don't have the slightest bit of evidence that the trains are trying to put the swindle i get paid to be suspicious that's all well i wondered is getting the money i mean i know unless he's been borrowing coming from his perspective son-in-law sellers land who gave him a screen the pearls house he fixed financially a man who can afford twenty thousand dollars alerts engagement gift we're gonna sumit's eating regularly i suppose well actually i don't know too much about him he's outta town came here about eight months ago and it doesn't bank with me but i will tell you one thing if he doesn't have money now he's hurt me we'll have before long he's a go getter that must be here eight months johnson engaged to the town bell world win keeps sure eight project going all of one's for instance real estate business promotion one thing another busy busy even add to postpone the wedding they were supposed to get hits three weeks ago of course i hear that may be viewed as well due to one mr dollar this whole thing is enough just on the basis of facts the rumors i think we'll skip i'm sure you understand.

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"nice company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:28 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Contact by one swannee Brel gylfi aw that crane name was beginning to run out of my ears so for the moment at least I postponed hang on the family itself as it happened though the family came to me or at any rate one of them did my name is Fini's. Oh sure sure come on screen. Thank you your related to Miss Melva crane now they is my niece and the next to her that is correct. It was her own personal capacity. Not a part of any family holding I see interest grandma just to constitutes the family mentioned well as a matter of fact mcdonagh only then myself now with the last remaining survivors all now. I see your unpacking you you just go right ahead and forgive my enthusi- catch me a little by surprise. I just got an on a few minutes ago and expecting a lot of the insurance companies ride that you were coming and I was waiting at the hotel I understand the thief has approached you. Well no not personally no he found the main office in Hartford talked a lot. I'll probably hear from him. Sometimes known as you say he used it out I you sit in the cold was from the main Lotta with certain data not at all. I just wanted the name he gave us a known jewel thief several previous convictions spiny Prell now and the call was made from here in cranes and that's right well. That's very remarkable. Why so this is a small town as you've noticed now a strange draw attention and be somewhat conspicuous on on on necessarily smiley may have come here some time ago to establish himself? You may even have met him Mr Crane. I'm quite sure that I was utterly impossible possible description no of course not then. How can you be so sure I just any strangers in the last few months not one well? I am now at home can I can. I ought something from the bar. Oh No no thank you I really they have to run on. I stopped in for a minute. Did you have anything special in mind. Well no no no nothing at all. I don't believe you Mr. Rain. I Beg your pardon thing. I just don't believe you care for cigarette. CEO No no thank you I have spoken and I must say teams won the implication when all right listen cream is there's something funny about the loss of that necklace certainly not what's what's up. I'm merely came here to offer my help and Melvin to of course I wanted you to know that we will be glad to cooperate fully and any action you may choose. That's very generous of you and your niece many well. She's a very remarkable girl mel all yes. She's a title Headstrong Times because not all was inclined to use the best Jeduha. How has she shown this lack of judgment Mr Crane? Oh there's there's nothing specific. Oh but I I did want you. I did want to see you before you talk to her. Then let you know kind of what to expect. Suspect is you might say well. Actually she's very upset over the loss of her neck. I imagine you don't have any hope suppose recovering all as a matter of fact I have a a lot of hope of recovering it possibly within twenty four hours. Oh well no very happy that it wasn't engagement gift. You understand from from her fiance. It deemed says his name all she was quite broken up on it was stolen from a twenty thousand dollar necklace. Pretty fair loss now Mr Crane. It's not the Intrinsic Djincic value is homes to that. No I suppose not since that part of it is covered by the insurance oh but I was referring to the sentimental attachment you install naturally and of course to the sheer beauty all it was lovely said you've seen the necklace no but I've got photographs on Oh yes audio from the insurance company. That's quite an unusual ornaments with each pearl set individually and a platinum modern whole thing johnny in this is to talk yeah go ahead. You know what the Green Line bars. You'll find it well. Maybe there then in and I wanNA hat. I won't have it on me dollar so uncle smarty pants on me. You'll be holding a stack. I just want you in me understand. No cots Gosh. I've been in this game a long time. That's what I'm counting on. That was the thing so so a sense that alone can do what you were saying about your niece. If you will well no no there was nothing really it's just that melts is a bit too impulsive headstrong you know John She's released. They said she never means any actual harm by it. I know not really sure I'm sure you understand that Mr Dalli so a good day the new movie to twenty six dollars. Even I as rental Dr I checked on the location of the Green Line fifteen minutes in the center of town so there was plenty of time to follow up another angle before I went to twenty pro I parked the car in front of the cranes Greensburg Bank went inside and presented my credentials and a letter of introduction to Milton Barclay president step inside the data. We have a little practicing. Thanks gardening any any recommendation of Bob. Waters are good enough for me handled a lot of investments investments for tristate. You Find Company Nice Company to work for him now. What can I do for you Madonna well? It's just the usual routine check in cases of this continent the general financial status of the crane bunch you mean the crane chemical company or the family well. I assume the two went together for several years now Imelda's father sold the last of the family stock awhile before his death neither Venice nor Melba have one cent ownership in the company. I see now. The company of course is in excellent financial gets the the family we're concerned with the picture is a little different the fact is that all they're they're social leaders of the town. Everybody figures they're rolling in it. Cranes broke flat broke adding a couple of years now but as I understand it they live quite offensive state on the edge of town sure and it's mortgaged to the hilt. It's very interesting interesting. Lately finished seems to be going around with a pocket full of money. I got it. It is funny thing how lately since the necklace this was stolen out before long before two or three months. The robbery was only last week. Supposedly at least no I see what you mean but it's not the answer sure. Melba wore those pearls the country club dance just a few days before they were taking well. It was an idea. I'll give you a piece of advice. Mr Dollar have more within Justin idea before you get too rough with crane or her uncle. Oh yeah money or no money. They're still top society here the local district rats and the town unkindly day scary result well as I said this is not. I don't have the slightest bit of evidence that the trains are trying to pull an swindle but I get paid to be suspicious. That's all I wondered I was getting the money any ideas about it no unless he's been borrowing from his perspective son-in-law being salaries this land who gave him a screen the Pearls House he fixed financially a man who can afford twenty thousand dollars engagement gift and we can assume he's eating regularly. I suppose well actually I don't know much about him. He's Outta town came here about eight. Months ago doesn't bank with me. I said but I will tell you one thing if he doesn't have money now he's hurting. We'll have before long. He's a go getter that boy it must be eight months and a gauge to the town bell. Irwin Caroline keeps project going all of one's for instance real estate. There's this promotion one thing and another busy postpone the wedding. They were supposed take hits three weeks ago. Of course I hear that may be viewed it well due to one dollar. This whole thing is on. I love your on the basis of facts the rumors I think we'll skip. I'm sure you understand it was the second time I was supposed to quotes undestand unfold veneer strain wish you or I could understand stand about his niece and banker. Milton Barclay was equally certain about the rumors as a matter of fact. I understood about the whole thing and I did when I first got in town. I wasn't wasn't getting anywhere. I was losing ground. I three dollar forty two dry MARTINIS and the green lion bar whatever smiley pro it was twenty minutes late but he finally showed up slipped into the back booth across you gotTa Learn No. I got about one minute nine fine. What's your price? They'll price all look smiley a minute's not long enough to do much bargain. I didn't come here to bargain and we assume from the way you talked on the phone to Hartford. You've felt the same way it just keep your shirt on. We'll make a deal all right but made or not not right now. I not big sums. Come Up. Get straighten up. What never mind look you remember this address fourteen twelve North Oak Street room six boarding? You'll meet me there at nine o'clock tonight and all that what's this all about haven't got time jumped on what you'll get your beads back one way or another you mean I mean somebody's trying to handle smarter real quick shuffling you First Class Double Cross and I'm GonNa see too that somebody gets it right in the neck. Who who's the somebody might you just sit tight and meet me at nine o'clock doc and I think in a position to get you a lot more than just the necklace? You understand. Frankly no you will. You're GONNA understand real good before you're through so stick around from dollar and that's part one of the six years Johnny Valor story the cranes Berg matter if you're wondering why it's a six part story it actually began on Friday August twenty fourth nineteen fifty-six wchs the Monday through Thursday shows were preempted because of the Republican National Convention. Yes nineteen fifty-six was an election year and and we thank you for tuning into Classic Radio Theater. We're a continuing story of our own..

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"nice company" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

11:53 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Studies showing that it caused I <hes> Alzheimer's birth defects and Bland but say about this list is lots of times. You just can't get people off of it because they're addicted but we put together. An organic store did some of the worst stories on aspertain how it was patented as the biochemical warfare weapons how people died of it just really the worst so many people getting this brochure and they gave out free. I think it was a hundred and eighty five thousand of them and people said they'd been going to doctors for years and nobody knew what was wrong with them and the only reason that even got off of it was simply simply because <hes> the <hes> <hes> the the book was was so bad they wanted to see for themselves and then after sixty days in this is where we got it from thousands of people came back through and said you know that they had seizures they stopped some were diagnosed with them as walked out of will <hes> chairs. <hes> one person was bland. She says I can <hes> see again. Dan and feel awkward. The resurrection thousands of people got off aspertain and got well in fact I wrote a report on it and you know that well and if your listeners do this. They're on aspirin tain. They'll go through. They've been on it a long time. Some really bad withdrawal symptoms. You have to tell him that in the beginning of the first two weeks but then all of a sudden these problems that they've been going to the doctor for and that their drugs don't work probably have aspertain in them to so many generics they would see that all the suffering they've been under <hes> is from aspertain in the fact that they allowed it to be called an added in when in fact is rug and someone from G._D.. Searle even admitted this is <hes>. This is something that people can do today and then let us know back back feedback to us to do away with keeping a database set up so people can report the database different symptoms but if you have aspartame report to us and we'll keep it in a database <hes> I I've got another name for aspartame being sarcastic. I call them fries. Your Brain Fraser Rain and of course you use up years ago the one for the F._D._a.. Fatal drugs allowed and I think you have another one or I've. I've wanted a few weeks ago called federal deaths agency because they really when you heard the comment of WHO's the F._D._a.. Commentator those a senior person said yeah we do we just fertility and kills people that but that's what we need to reduce the population Dr Delany Delaney's guy in the F._d._a.. Who says yeah we know what's killing people in their lives and and destroying their fertility? That's what we do. I mean it's like it's like asking like the screw type letters minion of Satan saying so hard seat. It's aspartame working well. We've reduced so many AINU children so many children have got A._D._D.. At school and the teachers can't control them so many seniors now entering nursing homes in dimension direly. I'm so pleased are aspartame. Project is doing so well with Lord. Ross Rothschild is working working with us and and Comrade Rumsfeld. That's why we call Rumsfeld Diseases so wonderful large Satan pretty bad. Hey call it Rumsfield play and. I saw I saw somebody steps up thing I had written Rumsfield play and it was in a book called <hes> Sane Diet for an insane world had the whole Oh story on the field and its light but that's what they're calling it now. They Nice Company. Don't mention these things for example. I've been a pre inappropriate okay. I've talked to relatives when it's I. I'm seeing new relatives. There's and I say you know what did you work. I said well you don't want to happen. Open questions. Somebody's head my level classified clear internal. What's going on you know even when I'm on Christian circles number Christian but a lot of Christians don't WanNa know the stuff I know about the end times comes in about the Matrix and everything else or they don't want to know that their governments not protecting them? They're actually poisoning them because he allows agencies to get away with murder and they want to assume that the governor always well-intentioned but they're not even well informed anyone drew to inform them. You GotTa Evil Guys like this guy. Delaney tells you yeah we are supposed to sterilize and kill you. It's disgusting but people get upset by the Messenger US telling them the truth of what's going on. They should get upset by the message and want to tell people to do is it's three things number. One ask better questions because you'll find the answer eventually number to pray so you'll get him. Yes or no in your heart about whether or not what we're saying is true numbers react if you're decent human being you're going to not drink the stuff you're are GonNa South. Stop your relatives and you're GonNa try to get out of your medicine. You'RE GONNA contact your drug companies and your doctor and say did you realize this generic medicine contains aspartame minutes causing health hazards and death and if you become a messenger singer of truth to someone and we have thousands of people like that the things will change and it won't take a whole lot because they have a multiplying factor whether it's called the president and the White House or senator or congressman or politician US you multiply by ten to twenty thousand so of one call comes in saying one particular issue and they get ten calls like that multiply that by ten calls by say twenty thousand to twenty thousand people out there the air concernable issue well once we do. This zing is going to change aren't they. You'll see regulatory change. We'll see food companies. pull the junk out of their food. The same thing was genetically modified food. Nobody's testing to see for example. I had on the show a few years ago and gentleman who's actually an Indian P._H._d.. Researcher in Edinburgh working on genetically modified right food and when they have the G._M.. Food to these <hes> <hes> what we call a pygmies you know these little pygmy pigs they actually got all kinds of microcephaly and tumors and obesity diabetes. I'm sure there's taxes genetically modified food and aspartame splendid advertisement CETERA which are coming well of course I mean first of all you take splendor and it was <hes> <hes> <hes> invented by an insecticide researcher and there's an article about it called life after aspertain and Dr Bow and says you get people off of aspertain aspertain and they get on splendor you maintain the reactions of aspertain along with symptoms for four splendor and I was as I was telling you before the show that this man who went through cooking the school to be a chef first thing. He says they tell you in cooking schools do not put aspertain or blender or something potassium and food in other words. It's going to poisoned food and then you've got these other things and you know the combination or the additive synergistic effect. If you look at the studies on studies on corn they're they're not large tubers there humongous tubers and you see people eating tortilla chips and different things that have corn in them and if they're G._M._O.. If it causes these huge exteriors owner studies then it can cause tubers equation if you if you eating tumorous genetically modified corn why can't create a tour inside of you because obviously it's probably got a stealth virus virus growing in it and why can't get in your cells and causes genetic hazards inside you and and the fact that the free metal alcohol you're using ascertain the words in a format ahead and bombs living tissue issue and Dr Money's book <hes> he says it turns the tissues the.

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"nice company" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Cape was very press a forty two year old woman who got out of high school at the age of seventeen spent four years in the airforce met her husband there she now works for really nice company yeah this is yours only squared away but she would pick well I know but she if people don't want to take advantage of the daylight I just don't like the idea of conscripting people in making them do something I I would much prefer to have someone come forward now in a time of national emergency like World War two we need the conscription yeah I I think there are those moments in history where you have to do it but I don't know that I just disagree with the dead that's what I'm trying to say I mean if you know people I think it's better people do it voluntarily than the conscripted to do anything it's not happening well I'm glad you mentioned it I had to tell you what my opinion on it was I hope I'm I hope I didn't offend you were about the same with the world hi guys I don't know I don't know what that means but but you know I'll always tell you what I think whether we agree with or not I'm never going to patronize your dad okay so night though we should do an entire hour on this issue that's a great idea I agree well you'd sent me an email and maybe we'll do something together okay okay Dan Shaughnessy not sports right no problem Hey there rubble give you my direct email okay we got a break because we get to great author's coming up on the other side of the hour read a new book about the Cavanaugh confirmation hearings you're on the line you can stay there if you're not we will get back to some of these and very society topics later tonight and on into the week I'm back for awhile folks so you got me coming back on night side right after our Colin in the nine o'clock news for more information.

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"nice company" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And he said, I saw a king snake, sort of looking like they were burying themselves in the wood chips, and then I suspect, she laid eggs in there. Like I wanted to know what do I do? Now about the eggs in that Pao. I know king sakes, protecting you're not supposed to kill them or hurt them. And so I'm wondering if the snake's eggs are protected as well. Well, I wasn't sure so content Jason Clark who runs a nice company calls, southeastern reptile rescues Griffin, snakes are us dot com. His websites nights are us dot com as as, as what do we do about snake eggs, are they protesting he said, you know, the environment in a state. Listen is unprotected the safe himself, but the environment they live is not. And so this guy if he wanted to if you found eggs in the woods, pow could get rid of it. He felt like that's what he wants to do, or he could leave alone could move into another side of the Powell. Jason course being a state lover reptile lower himself said, I think, I'll just leave alone who was just covering backup with wood chips and let them hatch out after all king steak for the hats. They're going to be dispersing as fast as they can away from. Woodpile snakes do, I think that's good advice for Lhasa this time of you, when you do find snake eggs, sometimes in compost piles, and wood piles? I think the best advice to do is leaving alone, the poisonous snakes venomous as I should say, rattlesnakes cotton mouse. Copper has they all give live birth. So you do not see venomous snakes in your compost, foul, plus one thing to sort of be reassure. These worrying too much about the ACC, if you suspect, there, snakes leaving alone, let them hatch out. They're usually good work, or not harmful work around your landscape. If you see lizards, they sometimes had little bitty white as oh, finish, maybe long of five or six months, usually as they sometimes can found lizard eggs as well again, leave alone. Let them hatch out lizards again or good thing for the last two eight in sakes. They contribute to sometimes the, the enjoyment of the landscape because they get out and puff up their chests love how Liz will puff. Chest and try to attract the female lizards around there by puff their chest up if you have questions about lizards or other creatures, four four eight seven two zero seven fifty. We'll be back after this. Seven forty seven the cool Ray carrier, WSB, twenty four hour, traffic.

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"nice company" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

09:23 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Maybe just don't joke around people's dead. Jose you have to at least. It's got to make sure the timing is right and Kurt home for a second date update. Right now, his timing was definitely not right? Not with a girl named Angie. They went out to dinner. She was kind of a little down the whole time. And then she shared with him that she was feeling down because her grandmother had passed away recently. And then curtains cited to make her feel better with a joke saying, hey, my grandpa passed away, recently, we should totally hook grandparents up single, and she didn't find it very funny. And then the date ended very shortly after that. So about to give her a call and Kurt one thing we should do in this phone, call is find out how old grandma was. So we know when the appropriate time to make that joke is. That sounds good guys. Stop bringing it up the dead, grandma. I mean, I think that this is your chance to like apologize. And maybe say what you should have said when she said that you've had time to think about it. Do you know what you're appropriate response would have been after she said her grandma kicked the bucket? I would have just said I'm really sorry to hear that, you know, if there's anything I can do let me know. And then maybe change the subject, so good. Hindsight is twenty twenty isn't it? Much better option. All right. Well, I'm gonna dial her phone number right now and see if we can figure out why not gone you back. Okay. Sounds good. All right here. We go. Hello. Hi, this Angie. Yahoo. Hey, what's up, Angie? How are you? This is Jubal from Brooke and Jubal in the morning. The radio show. Oh, I'm fine. How are you? Not bad. It sounds like you might be familiar with the show. Yeah. I mean, I've heard it before. Thank you ever heard of second date update before. Yes, I have okay. Wonderful. This is gonna be excited to know. That's why we're calling today. Oh, really? That wasn't a very excited. Okay. What's going on? You been out on a lot of dates recently. Not a lot. Have you been out on a date with the dude name Kurt? Yes. I did go out with him. Cool any guess on who might be calling for a second date update? Well, I guess it's him. But that's kinda weird. Why is it weird? It's weird. Yeah. I mean, I'm not interested in going out with them. Yeah. I mean, he got that. Because you haven't called him back back. Remember the point of the second date update is find out why? Yeah. But I guess he really didn't get it. 'cause he actually called you guys weird. Oh, so you're saying that it should be obvious. Why you're in back? Yeah. I think so I I guess it's not though is it the joke about your grandmother. Oh, he actually told you that. Yeah. That was that was really I didn't appreciate that at all. But that's not the whole reason. I did tell us about that. He told us that he feels bad actually about making a poorly timed joke when you shared that your grandmother just passed away. So he does feel bad about that. But it's more to it. Yeah. Yeah. I think that like the worst part was that he was going on and on about the fact that he's a male model. It was like very uncomfortable for me and. Making all these. My relaxed faith, and this is my job. Oh, my romantic phase. Who does that? Are you serious? He mentioned that. It was weird. You work calling him back because girls always call him back because he's a model. Oh lease. So doesn't that give you an idea? How growth when did he start doing faces at the table like really early on? Like he seemed like he was trying to impress me. You know, if there was a mirror behind me in the booth. I bet you he would have just been looking at its reflection. The whole. Yeah. This dude is like here's me. Here's the world. And here's all my faces. And I was like. Hold on. Really good mood. You know? I I mean, I just wanted to go out and have some fun. I'm sad about my grandma and this guy. Oh, he just made it worse. Surprised? You didn't take that opportunity to show you his sad. Look. He may have you showed me a lot of lip. Did you say to him? I mean, I didn't know what to say. Because I mean, he just thought that he was so entertaining. And I I mean, I sort of tried to get the point across that I wasn't really into all these spaces. And I just kind of wanted some nice company, and but I guess he didn't get it. Okay. So long before the dead Gramma joke. You are over this guy. Yeah. I mean didn't help matters. But I don't it's not the kinda guy that I want to hang out with. No, well, Angie. Thank you for being honest with us. Also, I want to let you know that I haven't been fully honest with you. What do you mean? Well, I mean that Kurt is actually on the other line listening to this and wants to talk to you. Oh, gee. Oh my God. You're on the phone. Yeah. On and first of all, I know you're trying to bash male modeling, but I, you know, really insensitive, and you know. You know, kind of like my talents and hoping that you would show me your talent. You don't really have any. Nobody got their feelings hurt. I mean, maybe I don't care that much about your talents right now. I have other things going on in my life. I just wanted someone normal to hang out with. But that's not you. Oh believe you didn't come in with an apology, Kurt like. Oh my God. I was nervous. Sorry. I mean, why am I gonna apologize? If like everybody in the station, including yourself is like making fun of what I do. Like, that's doesn't make any sense. I'm not gonna apologize for anything. Okay. Well, I know that you think you're modeling is really great. So why do you care what anyone thinks of it? And I like I said I have other things going on right now. So I'm not interested in your bragging about your talents. I was just trying to have a good time. I don't think you'd get it. Like, nobody's making fun of your career. They're making fun of you being so self absorbed. I mean, whatever like, however, you want to spin it, you know. That's like on you. But I was just trying to be outgoing trying to show like a little bit more my personality on the date. But it's being spun around like I'm just saying here like some self indulged guy on a day. And that's not who I am. That's not what I do. And that's what it sounds like. I mean, how many faces did you show her for your information actually have fifteen to twenty different faces all made me over thousand dollars. Oh, good. I wish I could get paid for my face Kurt. I do think that's talent. But maybe just not on a date. Maybe save that for when you're actually working and not across the table from someone at dinner jubilee going out on a date and doing all his phone tap voices. Like, no one wants that. They don't. I'm sorry. Future. I think a lot of people give male models about rap and just say, you guys know, I know most of you are in the radio, or you know, whatever Andy does. Very hard and we grind every day to make our careers possible. Again, you have to work on your diet. You have to work on your workout. You have to keep up with what's going on. And obviously you need to practice. Your faces. Is a very important part of what I do one very very important thing that you just said, though, that I think probably makes it seem like your little self involved as you said, I don't even know what Angie does. And you went on a date with her a take the time to figure out what her is. Yeah. Kurt you never even asked me what I do. While you're too sad. Looking to relieve. So it's hurtful that you didn't take any interest in it. Yeah. Shoes this way to John way to down. I just didn't know what to say to her. I just didn't feel like I get ask her anything. You cheer up with some of your faces. I get it did. Would you like to go out with Kurt on a second date? We will pay for it. Absolutely not. Yeah. Is after absolutely damn. You guys are wondering I'm making this type of thing disgusted. No way. Nailed it again. Way. The real, and they very much give me pay. Hi, angie. Thank you for talking to us. And you know. You can find a lady out there, Kurt will. Appreciate you for all your different looks great. Thank you so much. I appreciate your.

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"nice company" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Or are they gonna keep you because you know, they did Tom Lawlor two years. He was gone. He was suspended and then right at the end of his suspension, then they released him that doesn't help you. That's what you want. So I believe they are website on they may because the guy's log do. I love you see, but it's so hard situation. But I believe next time. When I go to see I believe, you're very nice company guy is what you did a very good thing. So I work in vapor, and please, okay. That's it. Give our way, and that's. On yesterday. Good picture when you meeting I think, I think next week. Oh, just stopped with eilly force. You know, I want us talk with again. And I wanna go again there. I wanna try again. I don't wanna waiting because they're the time it passed one two months remorse. One ear. You know is so hard. It's so hard situation. Must be frustrating because you're healthy right now. You wanna fight right. You can't for sure I just running the beach now go to the beach now I- runny. I haven't fight coming up. You know, I have a fight for Gordon. Ryan, you're going run. Yes. Combat to right. Yes. Combat usually it's not in community. I love the the idea at Bravo. Vehicle. Villa? You know, this is very good like grandpa and his lap. Good. How called English black on? That's right. Gordon, Ryan's grade. I mean, he's he's a star in that world the king. Yes for is. Great, man. His he proved he's the best in the world. Now, he just got the world championship. You know, their division and open division for sure his great fighter, you know. But one put his lap too is I think everything's changing and everything has changed when they put the like it's not like but same thing. Is to Harlem. And I think he never held that. I wanna show on our show. And that's in February. Right. Yes. Febres twenty-second here in Los Angeles. Okay. By the way, before I let you go. I saw video on your Instagram you're with Mike Tyson. And he punched you what happened there. What's going on with you, Mike Tyson, Mike Tyson, very nice guy, man? You know? I know rob the company guy. He has a ties here it is there. I say, oh, what's up, Mike, boo? Much my face. The amen. What what happened? He said is. Ride bike here working here. We careful about his joking. This is my both my Instagram and a lot of us guys love, and rob I told here that Teisal Ranchi, you know, the we'd company. That's you're you're wearing Tyson ranch right there here here. Yes. No. The we the company is also Mitchell man, he goes, I was a corporate our, rob. He commanded very nice guy. I did a lot of things with hand movies is a lot of things has the officers Elsa. Very close my home. Okay. And Mike Tyson. Very nice guy is amazing is a legend. Everybody wanna take a peek? You know? But I his I come I good Spence you relationship with being. Yes. Tyson ranch. So he grows cannabis is like yes with company the things are good benefits and the company go very high high level a lot of money to and I think is good company me. Yes. Okay. So the plan is hopefully next week next two weeks you go back to Las Vegas. You sit down with you. See you ask them respectfully can you release me? So I can go out and continue my career. And then you hope that they do that. And then shortly thereafter, you wanna sign with someone and get back to work. Right. You wanna fight ace app. Yes. Good, man. You wanna please? Yes. I told Ali I do a lot better work than him step aside..

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"nice company" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Or are they gonna keep you because you know, they did Tom Lawlor two years. He was gone. He was suspended and then right at the end of his suspension, then they released him that doesn't help you. That's what you want. So I believe they are website on they may because the guy's log do. I love you see, but it's so hard situation. But I believe next time. When I go to see I believe, you're very nice company guy is what you did a very good thing. So I work in vapor, and please, okay. That's it. Give our way, and that's. On yesterday. Good picture when you meeting I think, I think next week. Oh, just stopped with eilly force. You know, I want us talk with again. And I wanna go again there. I wanna try again. I don't wanna waiting because they're the time it passed one two months remorse. One ear. You know is so hard. It's so hard situation. Must be frustrating because you're healthy right now. You wanna fight right. You can't for sure I just running the beach now go to the beach now I- runny. I haven't fight coming up. You know, I have a fight for Gordon. Ryan, you're going run. Yes. Combat to right. Yes. Combat usually it's not in community. I love the the idea at Bravo. Vehicle. Villa? You know, this is very good like grandpa and his lap. Good. How called English black on? That's right. Gordon, Ryan's grade. I mean, he's he's a star in that world the king. Yes for is. Great, man. His he proved he's the best in the world. Now, he just got the world championship. You know, their division and open division for sure his great fighter, you know. But one put his lap too is I think everything's changing and everything has changed when they put the like it's not like but same thing. Is to Harlem. And I think he never held that. I wanna show on our show. And that's in February. Right. Yes. Febres twenty-second here in Los Angeles. Okay. By the way, before I let you go. I saw video on your Instagram you're with Mike Tyson. And he punched you what happened there. What's going on with you, Mike Tyson, Mike Tyson, very nice guy, man? You know? I know rob the company guy. He has a ties here it is there. I say, oh, what's up, Mike, boo? Much my face. The amen. What what happened? He said is. Ride bike here working here. We careful about his joking. This is my both my Instagram and a lot of us guys love, and rob I told here that Teisal Ranchi, you know, the we'd company. That's you're you're wearing Tyson ranch right there here here. Yes. No. The we the company is also Mitchell man, he goes, I was a corporate our, rob. He commanded very nice guy. I did a lot of things with hand movies is a lot of things has the officers Elsa. Very close my home. Okay. And Mike Tyson. Very nice guy is amazing is a legend. Everybody wanna take a peek? You know? But I his I come I good Spence you relationship with being. Yes. Tyson ranch. So he grows cannabis is like yes with company the things are good benefits and the company go very high high level a lot of money to and I think is good company me. Yes. Okay. So the plan is hopefully next week next two weeks you go back to Las Vegas. You sit down with you. See you ask them respectfully can you release me? So I can go out and continue my career. And then you hope that they do that. And then shortly thereafter, you wanna sign with someone and get back to work. Right. You wanna fight ace app. Yes. Good, man. You wanna please? Yes. I told Ali I do a lot better work than him step aside..

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"nice company" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"All federal employees. God bless the cannabis community. And God bless United States of America. See announcement. Then of course, it doesn't mean, bud. Trader will just be handing out free. We'd to every government worker who could probably use it. Who isn't getting paid companies goal is to take care of folks who use cannabis to treat chronic pain and other medical issues, but are two strapped for cash right now. To maintain their supply. It is a noble gesture really noble gesture their CEO brand mcglaughlin sending a press release. I don't think federal employees are getting enough love and support these tough times we want to extend the offer of a donation of medical cannabis to any federal worker effect budgen. There you go. Nice company. Trying to do. Good thing for people who are in dire. Straits. People are going to soup lines and food pantries. Doing really desperate things. Putting off surgery. Not getting medication for things like diabetes. So they can feed their kids but food on the table. That's america. January twenty fourth. Twenty nineteen sad state of affairs. Another company that's doing this trying to help out federal workers NBD expressed.

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"nice company" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"nice company" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"The GSM see sports podcast. We just talked about the Tonio Brown Steelers and big situation. Yes. And Big Ben issues as well. As other wide receivers in the NFL. But now, let's move on to college. What is New Year's day days? Usually is what we call ballgame. It's it's the day of the major bowl games. Maybe I should just be called the Super Bowl. Now, though. It's. I feel. NFL it sue them so hard, by the way, when we get closer to that game in the NFL the last game of the season between the two teams are we allowed to say that those words are because they know how some you know, the that game is some programs can't say that really. Yeah. In like, some advertisers. Can't do it. That's why when you see advertisements about that game. I'll say get your cheeses for the big game instead of for that. Because it's like a registered. It's a registered phrase to arts. They're getting paid. They're paying millions of dollars to get a commercial on that. Well, I mean, you I think they can win. They're when they have when they have a Super Bowl commercial, right? Like they can use it during that. I see but they can't win. That's like if it's toasty does in. It's the week before they can't be like stock up for the Super Bowl. They have to say stock up for the big game. Not get sued. We're going to get sued. You'll you'll notice it this year because I pointed out you'll they'll be like the big the big Lewis. It's one of those things, you don't know selling point say, you're like, oh my. God how about not noticed this before? You'll hear him say the big one. All my all the commercials. Like, I remember like, you're totally right. It's just one. I don't know what the rules are regarding that. But I was just making a joke. Like are we allowed to it's the rule? No one really notices that you can't consume alcohol and commercials. And you never see the tuck rule. Nobody knew it was a thing until you knew the thing, and you and then you go away and he knows beer commercials. They never drink the beer. They always are just holding it in cheers have you noticed lately too. I pointed this out to some friends some family a better week or two ago. But all these alcohol commercials now are really heavy on the make sure to drink water. Like, I don't know if they'll FCC thing. I think some people have died of how I think. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I get it. But it seems like they're like I watched a crown Royal commercial. I watched Bud Light commercial. And there was an so it was like a hard liquor commercial beer commercial and another I think is another hard worker, but they were like maybe your beer drink a Cup of water and after your show. Drink like, it's like my thing. It's more of a PSA than anything. I think that they're like mandated by I don't know. They're probably even pastor maybe a talk like maybe bring this up maybe just for the safety of others. Have I always thought that like I've been noticing way. We and I'm like, I know that they're like doing it to be like socially conscious. But it seems like it's a little bit forced because every like that now. Instead of like, oh, we're just like a nice company that cares about people. Now, it's like it's like the little script. Please drink responsibly yourselves wanted. Well, I think it's just like one of those not let people know to drink water that they're like, I'm news good drink alcohol. That's that destroys your body to drink water nowadays when I drink alcohol or else. Yeah. I I'm the same exact way too much. He's going to show. I'm like can I just drink two bottles of water? I then I'll take that shot. Yeah. It's like I'll have a drink with a with a little bit of liquor and it, but then all the water. Yeah. Exactly. But anyways, we're going to move right into the ball game Brown. Royal bowl game didn't happen yesterday. But we did have what probably gonna be later prob-. There probably is already one that we didn't even know buddy. And we should talk about the civil as the undefeated national champion quote unquote, UCF team played cold. What are they called? We don't even know. I don't want..

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