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"pelson" Discussed on Nightline
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"pelson" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Oh, good show. Glad happy, pry. Can show our all you whites doing out there celebrating pride? And I know I'm just kidding. Is it still June? I don't even know in this gonna come out. I wound pride was such a great June. Remember gay people don't remember, don't forget, gay people exists, all year round, y'all. He got an even the moment you know what's great in Las Vegas, they do pride in October because they too hot right now. Yeah. So that's marts come to Tober and celebrate with all your favorite ghouls. I. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. How are you? I want to talk about what you're eating. Oh well right now. Well, if you listened last week, you know, we didn't we're doing a back to back, Gwagwe Kucha episode and where we talk about whatever. And so I just took a little break and decided to get some torito's, spicy Nacho and an orange Gatorade, because I got to, you know, keep my electrolytes up gotta gotta get my energy up. Remember my Cussing Chelsea's and is okay. So shout out to her, because she just sent my sister, but I'm eating them this bag. Of the rita's, the Avalos, okay from Mexico and you talked about this. I don't even the podcast berry. No. You made art about this. They've already the ethos levity already those. Boone, though, it's fucking incredible. Back in the day. They had this duty does impulsive oil. What does that? I don't know. Like I don't like it was just Pisces so amazing. And you can't find it any anywhere. So the new version of the simple, civil are the avenue and that's the shit. They're eating right now. And it is amazing. They're not the same. These are like the toned down version of the spicy here in the states is not the same. I can Mexico. You know, I've had to read those from across. I into a wear anytime. I travel anywhere. I get to read those and now my friends that are world travelers will buy dri does, and bring them for me. My shot Christie, one of the Gurdeep Supremes shrivels the world literally travels the world flight attendant, and she was just in South Africa. And she brought me back to rito. They were fine. They're sweet. They're invest spicy. But all yeah, they get it to the British rose. Yeah, British people y'all your trash, they're so bad. Oh, you had the Riedel's in United Kingdom. Yeah. Yeah. And every time I go to anytime I go to London. You know what I couldn't find torito's and in Germany, what I didn't find a knee there. There. There's. It didn't go to any grocery stores, I guess, but I'm sure they have they have somewhere. Yeah. Yeah. You know what I couldn't find in, in, in anywhere in Chicago except for one stores on? I mean it's not the readers, but they call those. Oh my God, the round ones. No, no, no. Those are those had said, oh, no. They're square. They just called entity. Does I is like a cheap boatlet tastes at the Riedel spicy, which I don't know. It's fucking good. But I cannot find him anywhere. So listen. So, yes. Linda's I started this obsession, you mentioned that in pats up Assode when I was in when I was in Mexico like three or four years ago. I don't know when I went, and I collected all the Doritos that I could find because they had so many variety many, they had the three DS the head the roulette. Do you know the roulette never had them, but you know what it is? So the roulette Doritos roulette out, there are the regular Doritos. Bag. Yeah. But then they put in randomly like three or four that are Hella spicy like too spicy. So it's like a rash of Russian roulette. Here's the pass the background seem like it's if you pay attention, though. Hot tip, the, the seasoning, you is a little different. So you can kinda tell there's like a little green Fleck in it. Then you just have to ritual looking. That's why. Got to look, but it's pretty similar have to really pay attention. It's fun. Pizza are also really good flavor into mazing, the dorito flavor is really awesome. So I don't buy the readers because if I buy a big bag you eat them. Look to us. This. Look in the same thing I wanted to until so bad. And I finally found him and I was like, no, I'm gonna eat them Joe. And I keep thinking about it. I went to this like small store in Pelson. And I asked the guy in the guys, they're Greek, and she's like he's like, I'm going to buy them for you. So you can have like dome by them, 'cause I'm gonna be buying them all the time. And finally fucking I'm gonna get a big back method Wickham with also Govett toilets pinches children. Teddy does, so I stay away the raiders the same. But when I go to my sister's house, I go directly to the kitchen because she always has fucking the riddles so good. Yo there are staple in my house, too, and my family's homes. So listen to this. I shouldn't say because I was gonna be hypocrite like two months from now. But I'm cutting back on eating chips because dangerous lists. So since for years ago, this is why people I'm trying to tell you, okay? When you come to my house, I actually had. Friends come to my house and. I think they understand me better. When I say this like I'm not a hoarder. I'm literally collecting things to make our out of things. So I'm not just collecting trash. It's personal. I'm collecting materials. Yes. Okay. You're all about material culture. Yes. So I have been collecting every torito's bag from every Doritos that I have consumed sense for five years ago. Right. So I have hundreds at this point. Maybe not hundreds scores of those bags. No probably around one hundred dollars bags from around the world. And so I've been thinking into what I do, don't, don't get grossed out, everybody. I could hear some people being grossed out. Eat the Doritos, obviously all wheel. Yeah. And I cut them, and then I cut the bags fillet them open. Basically. Yeah. So like a big rectangle, and then I clean it like I washed the inside so that there's no grease on them. And then I fold them up and just put him in a box. So I just have these, like neat folded packs. Okay. It's not like there's like dirty torito's banks in my room. Okay. And so I'm making an our peace with them as some point or Urano already started making nice. And so, I learned how to so recently. Making. I mean it's not really a quilt. It's just like a patchwork because it's not going to have that I get it's not going to have like padding in the middle is just going to be one side. It's just gonna be with Doritos bags and so, so comforting. And so. Yeah. There, I'm gonna make them the size of my bed, so that I can actually like, put it on my bed be the size of it and have a Queen size mattress. So it's gonna be a Doritos quilt for a Queen. You gotta show that with a whirlwind is ready. I will just kind of a personal project. I don't know if I'll ever show but so I've collected Doritos bags and I think year ago, I just started collecting every package from any processed food that is chip related. So I so I also have every single package of chip bag that I've collected. So I'm making is different. So I'm gonna make a Doritos quilt strictly. Rados. Yeah. As a commentary of again like I talked about last week with the globalization of Mexican culture, you know. Right. And like Khuzdar Ito's kind of along the same line, as Tex-Mex American food. That people think is like Mexico. And perceptions of yes. So the NBA torito's, quote, I, there's going to be Guatemala, quote with all the chips and Gabby my cousin Gabby eight and what the my LA. And then there's going to be a just a chips quilt process food quilt. So does this have to be food back? You eat or like people are sending, you know, these are the Doritos, some of the Doritos collected on those, there's some people send me my shot to t my friend. He brought me a bag from Japan by even have a Doritos back from Japan. He's on. So there's a Doritos quilt that will be FU Doritos that I've eaten, personally and collected. And people have sent me the Guatemala quilt, because, you know, quotes are a lot of people do quilts based on memory commemoration of someone or an event or something. It's part of that category. Material culture, people say it's full card. Yeah. So it's like a I saved all the chips that me and Gabby eight in, in what the modeling what the Marla, and then the other bag is almost like the other quilt is documentation of shit that I'm eating which is really discuss. Sting that quill? And I think that quill is just going to be ongoing like I'm just gonna keep adding to it. So I'd like to show how discuss like, is an extension of your videos? Your, it's so crazy fucking bags. We use. Yeah. And I'm not even like an environmental bitch like that. Like I don't really give a shit like I'm going to die in a couple of years. So it's like we all going to die. So, but he oh, like this is like my lar- these bags are gonna last like five years, at least right? There's like floating around. So I think that's interesting. Yeah. My show it somewhere someday. I like having this project and it doesn't look like the regular shit that I make so. That's also really getting it make. But it makes sense. It's an extension of where you work. I mean it doesn't look like that. But essentially, what you do. And I love sewing, and I love it. I feel like I'm I feel like a grandma when I do. It just feels so empowering able to use this machine. And like I was just so afraid of using it because I just didn't know how to use it, and I'm like, wait. I could just Google this, and so there so you to for air. They shout out to my friend, Amanda Browder who's amazing artists that collect covers buildings and fabric. Yeah. And so I went to a couple her workshops and learn, and then to learn, and then one of my friends came to visit me a few months ago from from Portland, Maine. And they make quilts their quilter so they taught me how to use shot to Justin. They taught me how to use the machine that, that, that I have at the house, because, of course, I have a sewing machine because I didn't know it away, even though isn't using it, because I'm not a hoarder. I just know that I'm going to use the things eventually. In your room and you end up Joe's that show at the Barrick museum of art at UNLV. Everything your room. It's fucking clean. So much of it. So it's been really great just kind of like working on, on my own stuff. What am I why are we talking about that? Okay. There's a dorito you're getting to read us. And so I actually have been cutting back on buying shit that has that kind of packaging. Yeah. Just because I see how much I consume. Right. It's, it's, it's a thing. I try really hard to my favorite things are the Riedel's and coke got called. And I it was one day where I had to decide because I remember going to school, full time and working time when I was down there grad, so it was leaving my house at eight and coming back home and lemon PM like that every fucking day in what kept me alive. It was the Reito's Pepsi's and coffee, and got to a point where Lipsey 'cause this studio. Cuffy hookah. You're right. The shadow. I just wanna give a big shout out to the east Las Vegas library, recording right now in a bad ass recording studio. Gorgeous like God. Shit as padded lake. Juju be okay. Like the facilities here are incredible. They have like a whole DJ setup. Like, I don't know the words you can learn anything. Yeah. If you wanna make sure music record, I guess, so this what we're in right now is like the recording studio, and they have green screenwriter. Yeah. Crazing so you can do videos out there. And like a lot of kids are recording their own original music in here. So, I think in the afternoon we have to leave soon because there's going to be these kids that have started a rap group that are coming in here to lay down tracks, and that's cool. Oh my God. And this is in my old hood, y'all like on twenty eighth street on the east side like what a fucking cool, it is going to full time this here. I like to remain positive, or, you know, we're also critical, but I also want to mention that they did close down the downtown Las Vegas library and built this, so you're not off the hook Las Vegas library district like y'all shut down a whole last library open Cashman center to open this one. So, yes, thank you for this. But what happens all the people downtown in the hood over there? Right. At lost their library. Whereas there goes to show you like they're so little money for like shed for the community. They will they're building a fucking stadium for the radio. Yeah, yeah. There. How many billions of dollars on that fucking stadium several several billions? Anyway. Shout out to Las Vegas library. Thank you for having us here perfect. All my gosh. Oh my recommendation because girl this has been okay? It's library related. Okay. So down girl. I know. All right. Well, let's take a little break and then come back and we can talk about bullshit. Again. Let's do. Deleted shish. Today's episode is brought to you by the original image gone on east as 'art in lesson our Novia either. If we kick only way, less car Nitto simply is because that's a knows achilles h. And those are bomb. They taste like that. I could smell them and they smell fantastic ya'll. They're really good. Yeah. I is that a family recipe is just for the everything's a family recipe for have you ever has the, the founder, the owner of in the Mitchell gun? He was taught by nuns how to cook according to the legend in Modin in the center. No. And more Eliot I'm already.
"pelson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You think? Question, katie's hearts. And how long? fans cheering trust. So, like I said. Allows superstar athlete. Human beings. It's always about what we can do between those see audit over medicine. Most we laugh out and, you know, do human type things then with the sort of bag. About that. You know I get it instead of motion situation. I know is responding like that. But again, I think to me, it felt more like a few bad apples moment as opposed to write a really quick reaction when you're just and it wasn't everybody. I mean it wasn't a whole crowd. I mean, there are a lot of people drink. If you watched Drake, believe it or not, I've been Drake lot, the series Drake was like fell terrible for Katie. Look again, if you look at the video, there are couple of fools on the, the baseline that are waving Adam by by keeping on the baseline jackass, jackass, your jackass, your jackass. I mean I can point out a bunch of them, but there are plenty of people behind those jackasses that are actually, you know, worried about the athlete, and the purse. Right. So Dr David Chow is a guy who used to be the San Diego Chargers. Chargers was the team doctor. Is that what he was? I think so. And now he writes for the San Diego union Tribune, you could follow him on Twitter. We brought him to your attention during the Mitch Trubisky injured a shoulder because he because it was a nationally televised game. And look, he said this on people come at them, and they say you're being irresponsible. And he says, here's any tragedy. Explain to people what he does from his knowledge, just his path asus is any gives his Papa says, on what he believes happened by viewing the tape, and with his experience of treating athletes, his the question in the article that he wrote today was k D's calf injury. And now the securities injury related was it related. He wrote, probably one from the outside, including me, can know, for sure. But the evidence strongly points to the original injury, and the new to be related one, I'm the simplistic level. If your car breaks down, and you take it to the mechanic, the carburetor fixed and on your first big. Trip. Your car has trouble again the chances are good that it's related to the original issue. It was thirty three days ago that Durant was said by the team to have a calf strain my suspension all along was achilles injury. Although it didn't seem to be a full tear. This was based on video analysis, and subsequent injury images of Durant's icing, his leg down low in the region of the achilles says please note, I'm in no way, being critical of the warriors or their medical staff calf is not technically wrong, as they did not say calf muscle and the achilles can be considered part of the calf and lower leg area. The team doctors do not give the verbiage to reporters. The team makes that call so. And then he goes on the expanse. But he believes from the outside looking in that it is related for what it's worth Danny's in Pelson. Danny on ESPN one thousand hey guys, I was just wondering why? Steve Kerr just didn't you know manage katie's minutes. A little better seemed like he was just running until he would break. And but he's just on a sitting on the sideline. I come out after six minutes, I was gonna say I mean I'm looking at his minutes played twelve minutes. At what point did he get hurt for a minute, Mark? Twenty minutes twelve fourteen minutes. So he did not sit like, midway through the first and then a lot of people said, hey, why is he is ING his, his legs went that Coolum off? And then Dr Chow tweeted out, again, those weren't ice packs were heating packs to keep his, his Cavs warm. But something I learned from your co is, you know, when you have an achilles or a calf injury and you put something in the shoe or you're not running into much, it starts shorten up, and becomes more and more fragile. So they're just gonna run them like all the way. Yeah. I mean look, I don't I don't know. This is such a speculative conversation from my perspective. You either a lot of people are making assumptions that this was bad medical advice. I mean there are people out there that just feel like he was given bad medically. We're not. I. That's my point is you get into really dangerous murky territory. When you you start making assumptions Jimmy's on the north side, Jimmy on ESPN one thousand. Hey, I think my call. You know, the thing is I hate when we blanket statement, a an entire legion. So whatever. Because there's J as in every group we forget just a week ago. One of the owners are investors of Golden State pushes Lowery. But that doesn't make every Golden State fan, but there are bad ones, and there are bad. Toronto's in there. I'm sure we got plenty of bad bulls fans and stuff here that says, all I want to say Jimmy Goodson. It's true very good. Doctor, Josh here on ESPN, one thousand what's up Josh? I'm going, so I completely agree with the doctors that you read his review. There probably are related if it's truly a tear in the muscle would not cause the achilles today. The I mean you could always kill us. I mean, it could happen to anybody as far as curb running ragged. I actually think what, you know, I actually look to see how he played him after the injury and can pull out the whole first quarter. And if he wanted my opinion on that the reason why she didn't take him out because as soon as he sits that's going to tighten up. And that's if there is, let's say care, that's going to be more prone to than it. Rush Wray, and I is in the right word, but it was like Luli within ninety seconds of time after the intermission between the first and second quarter for TD probably sat for the longest on period of time that he then. Buttered. So are you surprised? But Dr Jesse surprise. He played. Yeah. So I don't I don't after you know, parcel was on last week. She commented how he thought he's an achilles. And I like cinema picture where you actually icy to the Chili's are not as tap, and in my opinion, a Chili's Chili's centers. So common to Russia, without getting technical, as it has areas that are decreased vascular already. And that extreme tones of injuries. And so it for the same reason they take longer to heal even if it's a more minor injury, even if it's just inflammation. Right. And so that's why it's a shooting in the calf. Muscular injuries muscles are very fast and say, heavy hill faster, that, that said, in my opinion, I have done kill you surgeries and people usually do very well, after let me Josh Josh, let me ask you a question when you rupture, your achilles don't you lose the? Fluctuation in your foot. Doesn't your foot almost just drop or glide. So am I not understanding that correctly? So there are other muscles that allow your foot to move to then push down. So it's a downward Muslim that you lose as a CAF, attach it pulls a hill up, which I'm pushing your foot down. So when you want 'em walk away or being helped, and then he had the boot on and left. The building. Does that look like a guy who had suffered an achilles tear? Or could you speculate too? Maybe it's not a complete achilles Taryn it something else. So that gave me positive that you actually watch the video when he's on the ground she stealing his achilles tendon. And if it was me, and I'm feeling my Killington Highfield clustered like I have a look on my face of, like, oh, fill in the blank. I never really had that reaction right now is the only thing about Jamie plies like you know what really happened here. How you always it, really because she would know. And if you remember like it was Kobe Bryant. He ruptured his on a play that he actually went. And he shot you features before he came out of the game. You can still walk with chilies tendon rupture. I mean there are different kinds. There's some that are in the tendon there somewhere ten and actually pull the Trident of the phone off to heal. So I mean you can still walk is their other muscles. All right involved. But yeah, I mean the foot is kinda floppy. It'd be asked me, Dan, what I would say probably wasn't achilles. But the only thing that gave me that question was, was him on the ground. If you watched the video, he doesn't even react like assume. You know, most people rupture there till they have their looks on their face, like yeah. Really good stuff. The ones on I had when you went down is that he, he sort of knew he was on borrowed time? Is that weird now? And he's like, oh, I did it like he was almost like that. He knew that this was a possibility. And then it's just time to walk off the other thing that was on Twitter, that everyone was was mesmerized by was that reverberation of something in his body that started about halfway up to the top part of his calf and up behind his knee. Now, I've heard a lot of people are read a lot of people talking about how what you could see it rupture. Look, I again, I'm not a doctor, but I didn't know that you're Killys starts in the upper part of your calf. I mean, that looked really weird to me. So you went by that. What the hell it was. It didn't look fun. It didn't look people were thinking that was the achilles snapping that it was snapping shade, like, when, you know, you pull the shade up and then it just. You see, I mean guys have had a Jean grecko like I said, has had it. I mean, if rolls up the back, your leg in a lot of cases, I don't know who the hell here's a clay, I wanna play some of the sound from last night. In the Bob Myers stuff. I, I know we were all shocked by. I was about. I was waiting for this s VP does a great job on the way. They cover the game a game especially like that they'd Klay Thompson on the air, they'd staff. They Raymond, they had all the press conferences in the Bob Myers stuff was something, and I don't even know if this does it Justice because he really he paused for about, like twenty seconds in was fiddling with the Mike in like couldn't come up with the words intil then he started talking about the injury. Kevin headed. It's it's an achilles injury. I don't know the extent of it. He'll have an MRI tomorrow. Prior to coming back. He went to four weeks with medical team. Who's thorough those experts and multiple rise and multiple doctors and we felt good about the process. He was cleared to play tonight. That was a collaborative decision, and then he talks about the blame. I don't believe there's anybody to play. But I understand this world. And if you have to you can blame me I run our best operations department..
"pelson" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast
"Am an other podcast are really enjoy. And I genuinely do really enjoy your podcast the action ideals coming and then when other spoke of Kentucky member the green Padre. Fuck. Oh, non and think that it'd be Selley find. The they don't check out an. Yeah. I mean, I'll be honest if I got away, but NPR I'd be fucking shot radio. I mean, somebody that was on the lot boil would be going lesson mop class neat. Take note. The honda. We have done wrong. And this is how we are going to say to us, but they will never do. That's why politicians avoid this realm of conversation because there's nowhere to score away. Like, you can't just say your piece, and then not be a full question. Or just like actually reiterate what you're saying. The name get the answer of them because they'll just avoid what you're saying. Eventually the won't be enough timeframe, but say Anthon, that's how the shows work, but podcast. You're there for an hour an hour to you. You're going to get done the of the policies in what you think that's gonna be. County do that. Because it's like the what and it's coming for the Polly opinion on with the toll Nago and undo the Yang snuff sky. No, no. He Joe Rogan's podcast. He's out for player. He's the democratic. So as on the basic income he's like that Medica is at the freedom evident where government in a mate of Kosovan Dole's to try and help. Appease the I rise in the do talk thing. That means that the the all Templeton get the next goals in speech. You get nothing bike. He even on to our conversation, which organ was a skeptic and not to exceed his fucking bows June. What late sif bell Nissan. Those is going to go not fucking pass to do. Trust and explain yourself and see if you do that shouldn't be done with fucking dorm on the British politics and the American politics are so deafen, even though they don't think they are. But just you wouldn't have any politicians coming on shows like this very rarely it would happen. And you do get that Oprah Jimmy in America for those people to come on. You know, Obama went on on the podcasts over there on the big ones on the Joe's Powell's. Thank you. Okay. Very far formal but time he had him on the show over here. It's just like that's the difference between the upper class and the middle class is just soul. Huge that those those things don't be like zest in America. You know, like the middle enough are in the lore is just both lay just people who have money in those those don't getting modem will to Walsall by NAMI in this country, like the Hodson of Norton's, and yeah, I like Abbott not would be late moss. Can wait three families on those is gonna m I was willing followed the county again on ball happened shutt- yet clearly fucking shutt-. He's been outta. Thank you stable trying to strangle concern so got on mental health issues like shutting on county, west height. The guys you probably Don these fucking Maga Hatton seem set MC Trump in. It can love life in day want. So timidly bought these. I genuinely think that he's been told not will enjoy in. Because I think it was going to be framed earned was going to be unique slow the female version, it sort of black female right-wing ges like the postal tribal for Republicans. She's she's I mean when you won't show shoot on Russell brand the game. She she doesn't like also she hates also the them. I mean, if anybody wants to wash it right at the stall where he also sheltered, and she'll watch really sets in criminal sale. Tolkien about blown tail blue. I fanned out the gate when the cell bulbs in seen us life that just an unmentioned eagle that as you don't basically conscious thing sale moving. So fainting Pelson conned. This'll wins is one of these people that his she's a media. 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"pelson" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast
"Mine. Mafia, mafia, people favorite Peltonen applauded friendly with shadow my sister, and my mom would probably Balik quick closely ranked bang them. So my art are genuinely of women I think that the behold the key to what we need the niche change in the route. And I genuinely believe I think we fucked us up like men of had the power fucked up. Let's just Honda. I've been with a radical famous and they should. But anyway, they on like. Used to believe that it don't work like that. And the men one immediately. They don't win, blah, blah, basically, just taken up by them on personal expediencies. I'm meeting people wouldn't think noodle fucking like a shows are move out. And Martha shows like I don't if you don't look him up shows in thank God Eulalie shot. Fuck you don't give a fuck. But then I started to really short a go as deep it's noble. Try a attract Amman lettera Lee about the don't feel good enough. If Pelson doesn't you're good enough to take a picture themselves from put on the Provo a fun kit. Sousa wall about them and not unlike that sees a wall, but you wouldn't the Manos more lake our wash I could actually help you even talk to you about last because I'd like to understand that we bought depot is hard to broach that subject with some annot that. So sometimes I can I think they're in denial about it as well. You know, you see the while they're in denial by the feel a thought I protect in. It's hard to bring that up against someone. In the whole identity is in their appearance. Yeah. That's the one they project in his home was based on a sort of false pretense. An if you bring the as hard to bring up almost impossible to do that that's their whole world and bell. Just like if you know, the Pellston, I think you should just say them lesson. Hops about talk to my better. Because this is why I think people do and you just be curious rather than being accused of you may have a mental health issue here. Tell me about motorboats just Billy. I don't know that that was the way the I'd broach. The spouse from Abu January to understand why of never seen a picture you. And she says. Actually say to me in private the NFL play else. She's like don't have the confidential and saw it's been full all know that I could never do and she was openly admit, and I could never do a post a selfie myself with our owners. It's something that you should not be look you'll say what really look. So if you have any guy, but you should take a look at lot situation and thank about who's I sailed from me, Dan, the make some changes. And I mean, this solution stop using fobel's someplace I wanted to talk about the whole situation with Steve the young teenager, but the maga- on on this nave American, but we do have we don't have enough time. It's it's coming up for two hours. Fuck it on. Let's just. What is what? Okay. He's not all why talk about it. As what it was. Because I mean for change up in that scene of doom late fucking shut was thinking default was at the fucking frog in there. And then a thought we burn thought we it just us guy. It looks fucking fourteen. Okay. Hsun often thrown is minutes. Like a bit myself and thank number been Bacchus, go in state, some deplorable fines, people Bacchus go and the aid of shown off to mommy's t see us, and people are probably know all of late get 'em Wellman Suffolk who Eason packing on them? So mar probably been Billy themselves as well. Yeah. And not be buoyed national. It's some people. If you're tall be anyway. On native American for the Koya Shaw. And it was a Jim helper from the office. Yeah. It really does smolder stopping emirs is the they were on Fox News last night. And he was on Fox News last night. And he's been invited to the White House. So it's more getting reinforced especially in young people at young people have bought shut crazy ideals on the what doesn't me because they will grow up. Our grew up journal defined like Irish republicanism fuck felt the Queen in law in its special thankful, the Queen more lake just move that my who chamber was the right way, and you should be Celtic fan ball. And I'll grow up guy who grew online can make America great again. I mean once he sees them. It's going to have in house generation the things that Trump's turn. It was all at auction, but I was wrong. Hopefully, but it's been the positive reinforcement at idea that scaled me a rebound. And let's say there's on TV last night sentence. Mylan, shaking Huns across Fe been folks, museums usual, born tailed, blue eyed female with Scotland in China, but then I've been unafraid and some there was San Antonio the of been invited to the way. Meet trump. I mean, that's when it's problematic. My initial reaction. I mean, it was it was sort of a knee jerk reaction Amana is something when you see something like that like a young teenage kids on at first glance a young teenage kid smart can with a sheet shit eating grin on every American with a a McGahan on that is something that's used to serve in something that everyone worries about an an an and. And that is the demon. But it is a knee-jerk reaction. It's founded at the same time in a minor national reaction was like fuck outset. Same as his little punch face. You know that? No way.
"pelson" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast
"United. America from Jewish banks Jewish on banks in America. And I don't know if a Rockefeller Jew, but he he. Jay ward. There's all. Always like this is a hero is like. No, no, no. There's nothing to be triggered by. It's like he doing people through the hardwood said. Okay. Yeah. Definitely the Wall Street funded 'em too. The read the book where the the the the Bolshevik revolution in Russia. Freaked the Faulk every wretch Pelson anywhere in the world that the reaction was to get somebody. Well, the new thank that he was going to do it. But to a halt line. Baldo on the Russian udub. Although not was the reaction was sorta what materialized in Nazi Germany. So it get funding from every single corner of the planet that had any money at the time and not came faith rotten came America. Coca cola. Created funnel because the bond. The getting the embargoes leeann tweeden ball, they created fun when you bought fife fun as you got gold coin the Coca Cola. I'm not say knew all holy shit 'em fooled by tanks and then sued. American government football minis fight. Susan Germany off the wall in one two billion dollars in union bulk. So. But does it make does surprise you that there was money that was coming to these places? I don't think any individual with done in win. This is what he's going to do. I'm going to give them the money. But just as I say that he wrote mine come it. They'll told them it was going to do and he stole fucking funded. So they might have they might just just roll the dice where fascist government and see because Mr. Lena getting exact same funding as well. So when you look at these things, and you think they're just on the face of it like couple of countries going to war, and whatever. But when you start reading into a decent understanding, the whole infrastructures around in these things for these things to go ahead in from either side, you know, like across, you know, allied forces across like enemy forces to the other side, and the are both in helping each other. It's fight against this war against each other. If you look at it was hot and then just knowing him. The least this as proxy walls, the Moldovan because Saudia as Assad is backed by the Chinese notions and the allied full sees all the Israeli full season. They'll backed by them etiquette. So people like off the wall and you'll I go nuclear will. But neither do they never go through open Moscow. A London Washington for the Hopley go and tell the fuck up Africa all tell the show the least because police where they can take. I mean, son sonically can take walk-in cloths men, but then they'll about primitive with a gun drawn over as just tell the police up and keep the ball rolling. Keep their calling me ruin because if they stopped off piece would be the most devastating thing to this country, America Europe, they could never have peace. I was thinking about this. Because people say this is the most peaceful time relatively in the hole. Hey throws for us. No other Paul wanna but at the same time, there's all these things still are going on to keep that sort machine move in and make money. You know, Ben, you got might and stuff. You got take. Yeah. It just always happens like that. You're always going to have these per se proxy wars and background Moore's Conan so that they can serve keep things running in ticket over which is scary. Read us on the KOMO the Hosa waltz official PDF contender at as long, Wendy. I read the synopsis so. New read the two hundred ninety page document that KOMO document that basically the British that's part of breaks. But try destined for them reckons and trying to get. So it was on bed, which are you because they're going to run the planet in the next hundred years was no question about it. I mean, they are going to take over 'cause leak the beg super pogo. And and they're doing it through technology. Come legacy. That's the way the during the Vosa wiped away a war in Africa. So they'll make the play for the resources, but do not not by what we did was which was invading conquer with doing it. Well, soft, touch and let these people these people were hold about contract on people after unless the Lenten the African nations trying to give them an element across and La Presse prosperous society, by wiping away, the debt that we've held them under the cauti- the last hundred and fifty two hundred years, and because if if you look at unlike sorta, but coin you look at the economy of the plaza and Esau but coin we will have the needs to check imbalance in Joel. And if you look at the don't know if you've held anything about the salt, we that was created. It was Gaddafi that come up with this is the whole reason why this guy was code 'em. Because the changed. The currency from was it for oil from the US dollar all to the the change it to what was it. The Chinese the ruble, the yen or the. The euro in all that you can treat knowing lots supposedly. That's what Saddam done as well. All of them Yemen. Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudia Arabia, Iran, the row in the process again, not done. He had come up with us thing the salt way. So he had been the best me for years. If you don't if I'm sure that you've seen stuff up at Walker being did nothing without. Assads Dodd that local, but they needed Hanna midnight. Like, we're all part of that Afghan. And they need it has gotten for the false pills Goldwater against Saddam stayed out. But should have done commitment that does horrific terrorist attack. The went to the worldly those who wants to take blame for lesson. Qaddafi basically went I want my place in history. I'll do hundred percents. Thing the autumn colors is an hyper normalize ation. If you seen typo normalization should watch on three and a half hours while such as truth common. Wet coming at your life drained seventy wash a few times. We polite who thought we was neither capitalism of communism. That was MU and golden Brown actually is kinda what Clinton tried to do an American with blown Brown tried to New York at Saddam Afrin, it's louder liberalism. But what he had lied was an Africa a nationalized offer in buying and the only money that with Gwen us buying with the based on actual resources because if you look at like thought resource-based so Africa's richest country in the planet. We fall. A small enough resources ball America. The fucked anglin don't frock the fault mainland Europe of nothing. New Joe minis get production bomber shows. Wells got like a law of the not the big all these despondent planets. They've got up in the Baltic Sea. And they can mind, so they're okay. But if you look at it and purely in a resource or the gold Africa diamonds Africa oil Africa. It's just all the, and so they would be the richest most powerful country in the planet, but it's not based on resources based on technically as that. Technically is. People need to start waking up to suppose is that every vote is the resource season to capture and the distributor and the resources of the plot. But that would mean like there would be no way to get past your yourself, lack of wealth on resources and your own country. Like, how would you? That's why capitalism. I'm just playing. Here. But then not be economic migrants. Yeah. We've been on for twenty but it's not good to go back and forwards. I'm playing devil's advocate here. But. I don't know if something is like resource like so this is why I'm all in favor of globalization. You know, I think if it's a resource based globalization that means it sort of like this whole sent across the globe, everything has its high points in this little points of equal across to loop. Too scared of that word. Yeah. Goldline's ation just became too, especially in the UK with Brexit. I guess a lot of people don't want to they think eliminate it taken over and try to like just came does if somebody was to say at me like. As an as I was to sell extent. So the cotton. Piece of globalization that will see globalization that we've seen since the Saint what would wall. Has kind of been the woman. I take full. So don't understand like an alumni. And in this like. Yeah. The death. Powerful. Get in decide what's going on. It's cold front. Tanks have been only talking about. They just don't really you. Just don't really get to see. We don't get in on these types. We call TED talks. I mean, the loss of the last day of the last major influence, you think tank was the new conservative think tank vs the hot than America that say. Retirement after but they tried to leave. The patch doll who's on nothing tying Donald Rumsfeld and Cheney you can run them off takes or was a genuine concern. If people start coming off the petrodollar. As was scared. So it was basically that's is going home. This was what we wanted to. But I am and they'll ideal was will just Cal everybody that ties to they come up. They actually lead out nine eleven and text as him on you read, the dole commensurate remers us rotten eighty nine point Faulk. Why did we not know that there's going fucking homes? They didn't know what was going for house payments YouTube video with it's a think is just the images from nine eleven, but it's a famous guy. I think from then in the laid all this and the documents in Tim speaking about this step by step process that is going to happen with American government. I e like taking over city on all these things because of pet the petro dollar. I think that's that guy from one of the one of the guys from that think tank, and it's the same. Just speak of its at and tell them so flake us, my often, blah, blah, so powerful. Definitely get also definitely I'll women. I as it. Does it go back two hundred years to the tallying Vada? And the I don't know. I don't know. There's a part of the black guy that cold FRANZ failed them onto false World War on like a lot. These. Probably gonna be some truth in it. Yeah. And there's going to be a lot of dough. Yeah. Like, definitely those. What a margin all the stuff that is conspiracy theory margin just the nuggets toll trip when what it is.
"pelson" Discussed on What's Good Games
"This is the wildlife baby. I mean, honestly, I don't know what they were doing or what they're asking for, like don't give any context. It's just like no high in the coach. No, it is like those are the little moments that I feel are so important for character-building that you get to see other sides of these so-called hard criminals. And I thought that was really, really cute. Yeah, he does give or he can, I suppose, give money to like a a bigger on the street. Oh, that's right. You do see him doing that. You do given be kind. You could be a little bit of a Robin Hood if you would like Britney. Ooh, so you're saying I can go hold up a few, a burgle some homes, and then drop some money into the baker's hat, and all my sins will be forgiven. I think that's how it works. WCHS I'll make. So a lot of these previews went live on September. Twentieth a lot of press, got to go hands on with red dead redemption to personally, we weren't able to make the events. So a lot of this isn't necessarily new, but I was in Europe when all this broke. So I'm just now trying to catch up on everything regarding this, and I found some pretty cool stuff. So cyber? Yeah. I found article from gamespot called ten most pricing things for redemption to for by Edmund Trenton met Spinelli. So You can. you can shut your so he can switch out your clothes and you can wear clothes for hot days in warm days or hot and cold days. That was really silly. So if you're like, if you're wearing a jacket during a hot summer day running stamina, we'll take a big hit. So you have to be careful what you're wearing. It sounds like they're acute other customizable things you can do like role in upper sleeves or talk in your like your your, your boots. It's so miniscule, what I fucking, oh, God. I told you I, I've been hyper dead to for a very long time obviously. But I think my hype has reached a peak level after seeing this trailer. I'm just like, I love dressing people. Yes, you are. My dull. You are my human doll. I can't wait to style this man. I'm going to look real good. So you can clean your gun. You have to clean your gun. Otherwise, they'll Jim during combat. I don't like that, but it's fine. I'm hoping this just more of like press y, c, but then why even have it in my question. No, that's true. Now is very very, we'll see how that goes. So Pelson meet will rotten attract critters reducing value and makes people not want to be around you because you're carrying around rotten meat. And if you use a gun, you'll get less money for your pelts in your meat than if you were to use an aero. Obviously I've been since yes, because. Pelts with gun exactly if you're thirty bastard Easter. My notes this. My paraphrase in here. If you're my rephrasing, if you're a dirty bastard, NPC's may refuse to talk to you or serve you. So in this trailer shirt, no service, nobody. Nobody GTO. So in this trailer, we see that Steiner said, you have the option to bay the Arthur Morgan in groom him or you don't have to. So you see him at one point walking outside..
"pelson" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"Player. It was like a soccer enforcing me and her joined the Orlando Magic. We go through right of sudden we find parody again and who do you have to thank maybe maybe he just join up LeBron maybe just sending large out in LA. We could do the LA thing like LeBron law RG and we'll just, you know, you can. He can be the the skill and you can just be the enforce need. It goes over the glasses, or would would. Would would. Live Ron out in LA to me. I mean, you know, the guy just made his billion dollar. He's got his movie coming out, he's got, you know, he's got whatever rings matter to him. He kind of did his prime minister in Miami. He brought his one ring back to his to his hometown. And now I think this is like a. Preretirement. I think this is like this is his last act where he's just going to be like I can still play at a high level, but my chasing rings at this point, not really. I'm going to do it all out in LA where I'm gonna live out the rest of my life with my kids and do whatever else comes my way by way of entertainment, and you know, business and mogul shit. And I'm going to do that in Cleveland and not gonna do that in Philly. People with always going to go to Philly. Look back on it. It's like, what is this Tommy? I thought we still had the best bet of him sticking around. But then as soon as he always said, he was gonna Lakers as soon as he did sign. I mean, it was one of those things where you know you, you catch the fever and you start to debate it and you start your, talk yourself into this, that and the other thing. And then when you know it took him about twenty five minutes before you signed. It was like very, very clear that everyone's first inclination, six months ago that he was going to LA was absolutely the correct. I think like two days before he saw in the odds in Vegas move to like minus five thousand acres, and that's when you know. Yeah. When the sharps are talking that way, you know it's an absolute wrap. So that's that with the NBA. Sure. People still got, you know you want to get your calls in we can. We can rewind time talk about it. We also gotta get into Gionta virus at some point. I can't believe Frankie's you and behind the glass we last left. You was last Friday. Frankie said he might kill himself. He certainly said he would never be the same ever again. And so today he comes to you as as a new man as a broken man today, you now you're Frank Borelli. Frankie Borelli use a happy boy with life behind his eyes and his whole future ahead of him. Now you're just Frank Borelli here, just some washed up Long Island asshole with nothing to live for anymore. Frank. No more. I don't know, Kevin, Spacey billboard hit a break. When we come back, we'll get to today's topics. We'll start taking your calls a lot to run through today on the on the on the sheet. We got largest favorite musical act of all time. Justin Bieber making headlines. I'm mixing it up with Selena Gomez fans. We got Tom Brady plan to play dodgeball. We got viral videos about rub and tug Joey chestnut, eating hot dogs. We got kids trapped in caves and law and boss is going to save them. We got your calls coming up. It's a big addition, a barstool radio were back in action. We back after the break. All right. You know what that music means. That is the interim used to the one and only Pappa chaps jazz with us. Now, usually we hear that music and its chaps call on from Texas to talk about hand jobs or something he's calling into, lighten the mood or stop us from fighting Pelson tales of heroism. Well, today, my friends, that's not the reason yet into that music today today today did not earn that music. Think little heart on you. Have you live in the flesh which is always a treat, but unfortunately, our co worker, Liz got a little bit too much chaps yet it now for those who have been listening along those who are still situation their plight, you know that the bathroom circumstances here are not great, not the best, especially for the lady's not for the lady's not for anybody, not for anybody. We have two toilets, two rooms to single toilets for probably ninety people. And so what one one with one of which has a window which is. A nice luxury. The other, which is landlocked when it's cold to that windows. Whenever you're like doing number two and that. Comes in. Absolutely. What a tree now. That's that's a must because the other one is landlocked, and you're just in a coffin of your own shit. And so it's it's not a fun situation for anybody. The guys who had it the video, sit right next to the bathroom. So they catch wafts of it all Long. John. Kelly just looks at everyone right in the eyes before and after the ticket. And you know. So everybody has their moments of embarrassment by feel like final Berg still runs Starbucks. Large have used the bathroom down to the James. Down there. Pretend like I'm somebody on the radio tonight is talking to nobody on the radio. Tonight's morning, walk right downstairs, use the bathroom, like a gentleman. WPRO move. I wrote a blog about the top places to to go to the bathroom publicly, definitely hotels, one emergency room, a church. You can go into a church targets. Targets, religious suburbs targets have targets can be bad too. They're usually on what they knew fairly to target and mount Vernon. New York, trying to think of whole foods is really good trader Joe's the emergency room thing jumped out. I was gonna say that mean that's that's tough. 'cause you can run in. You act like you have an emergency and you go in there and if things get really out of hand the have that handle that you can pull somebody will come and you know, it's always gonna be speaking Spanish. True. True. I apologised now. Thank you also chops. You don't strike me as a person. Yeah, I feel like you go where you gotta go when you when you go and you don't worry about it. I mean, after you had diarrhea for a decade. March two, seven. Yeah, Easter which wasn't a March. Thank you. But after you had it for that long, you don't really care about where you go. And once you're really, I'm being a marine, you can't be like gun shy in the bathroom as marine because you day one, you're in their shitting with eighty. Other people for thirteen weeks in a row that you don't know. There's no stalls breaks down all those barriers issue. And we know this from our from our podfather stays like your Merson shit for years on end wants to become a father just becomes part of your everyday life. But then you come back into a work situation where you've got young people and people who have not served and people who have not had diarrhea for a decade straightened things a little bit different. They are. And today took advantage of that. Well, I was sitting here. During the last week, listening to Kevin talk about LeBron and all of a sudden I receive a text from chaps and I was like, oh, look at it in the headline. Fischel policy to Liz Gonzales incident at the office. There's a lot of things that worked against me today. One I had a flight. You wanna read your blog. Sure. But I think I can give it better. So I went, I my day started at five AM sorry at five AM left my house actually at four fifteen, so I can make my five AM flight to get up here. Once that happens, you don't have your coffee in the morning, you know, get breakfast at throws off your entire day. When you have a morning flight that I know that I have a show from ten to midnight. See that plug good.
"pelson" Discussed on AM Joy
"Sieben's swiss cheese cut up even further because the of the settlement expansion in that area and we talk about these things a settlements but they're actually cities they're not like a tete somewhere in the desert of just what you think of as settlement infrastructure there's into power sewers they're not going anywhere some of them were you know tens of thousands of people lived there there are road security roads around them so so that the israelis can get back and forth their checkpoints the there's so much land has been taken there are some who questioned whether or not there can be a bible state in the west bank for the poor the palestinians and of course now you know they say they'll never be a settlement must jerusalem east jerusalem at a minimum as their capital and an end in theory bethlehem bethlehem which is the city so holy to christians is technically in palestine oh it's very much in palestine yes you drive from if they can keep it i mean it one wonders whether they're going to be able to do anything is up for taking this and that's exactly what's happening because in the palestinian areas and these through rousselin one big issue is the that there is really who were buying land taking land housing palestinian families being kicked out of their homes they can't get permits to stay there and when you walk through some areas you see israeli signs zoubar's flags up different houses and the pelson people tell you see that's where the israelis are that's where they're taking over a property were there no we're losing everything that's an interesting perspective i want to bring in stay with me rodham gonna bring in hemi shalev he is the us editor of the israeli paper newspaper ha'aretz which is i think required reading to understand sort of you know the politics at least of of liberal israelis on this issue heavy it's great to talk to you it's been awhile.
"pelson" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"Nations so this is we're all in this together and i think he is so deeply the people who give more than five dollars per episode camps of become friends of the podcast meaning i will butcher then aim at the end of this episode also i'll remember the names forever when i meet you out there in the real world and you say hello mom name is mani bilzzard like my obiols i remember you i say your name all the time that is what's happening now so please help me in thanking these amazing heroes who make this pack has happen i wanna say here's thank you too cathay glaxo bowel rebel knows eve link with monty bottles filled apple as rachel fairly so he cumberland george pelson marbles loss joe sees cecil field soon uh rachel hemsley healing of thomas so super awesome dot com lever lever murray fraser lucy alien olafsson aria jane suceeds highly rosy evans racial craftsman cast davidson petty paddison steph ream ruth harvey jane young bethel's dram katie hatfield robin cabot james fru parents thretaway russell heroes either soglo allows me in ellington caleb milk he are a boat a cycle returns jessica stool fire emma chan kathy beverage emma watson andy walker to all the national cancer class then he beckett fiona richardson care lam grey suits a cap pillar harold van dyke eleanor sarah ferreira and then you're right fish thank you i want to thank you all so so much making this happen thing it's a sarah gavi for producing this episode bailey leonard for writing an recording the jingle to linda bring council the logo so the phoenix at this club and pita dunbar for letting me recalled episodes there i will speak to next wednesday thank you bye.
"pelson" Discussed on The Pulse
"Thepulsei'mbrieripley this is the poll stories about the people had places at the heart pelson science i might can scott today were tracking down poison in our environment our food and sometimes it's part of medical treatment those drugs are poisons for this so and as result they have some poisonous characteristics for the rest of the bust that's oncologist oldest rally chemotherapy is abroad term for well over a hundred different drugs for cancer and those drugs get into the cell and do different things uh all ending up hopefully with the cancer cell die otis is the chief medical officer of the americancancersociety end we talked about how patients are affected by that poison as it hopefully is curing there cancer there are some drugs that we use particularly in breast cancer that have a five to 10 year increased risk of leukemia there are some drugs are particularly in breast in lung cancer that can also increase risk of congestive heart failure weakening of the heart what about the nausea arafat heaven the nausea can be in two different ways of there's a direct nausea caused by certain types of chemotherapy directly upon that part of the brain and in your some people who get trained to expect that nausea and the actually even have that nausea sometimes when they go to the room to get the chemotherapy before they get the chemotherapy uh so becomes in a trained response that's right that's right it is a trained response in that instance but it is a real response when some people get this drug.