2 Burst results for "Phil Chew"
"phil chew" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"All right what else Gina Grand Real quick. I'd like to say that I was right about something remember maybe it was yesterday the day before when I said if you're going to invest in patio furniture, now's the time because of restaurants have you move outside a listener emailed and said good call and investing in Patio furniture companies my family owns one we can't get caught up with everyone ordering furniture because out of have all those meals outside until further notice, I gotTa tell you in the weird part. So I, always try to figure myself out. Cheap. Am I not cheap? What will I spend money on? What's worth it? What's not where that? One of the most. Difficult. Things I've ever purchased is patio furniture because patio furniture is exquisitely expensive for what you think it is. Patio furniture now is more expensive than furniture furniture with all these mattress places and you can get all these sofa places and Kia yes like I've looked at like you look at that sets I got them Bella and the chairs it's thirty, seven hundred dollars and you're like what I thought it'd be like seven hundred dollars. Yes, right yes. As one who is sadly bought several rounds of patio furniture because in the lost ten hour long. Ten Eleven. Years. The cheap stuff is cheap. For reason, it's be reduced ruined within four seasons at least. So paid the money, get the good stuff and don't worry about it. Otherwise, you will be replacing that data furnish. Think us a great bargain. It's there's a reason to stop price I agree, and it is sort of the. It's the exact opposite of people paying shitload for a coffin like just buy cheap coffin who cares done. But when it comes to this stuff, get the material first off. Everyone thinks about you know they think about rain snow and sleet and stop the Sun is what kicks the shit out of everything. The Sun is what destroys everything and if you get something and it's cheap wood and you just put it out in the sun, it'll start cracking and splintering and blistering or whatever get the aluminum, get the powder coated stuff get the right material, the sun or whatever whatever it is son. Bella sombrely I mean get the good stuff you're right because it seems weird like I'm not I'm not gonNA pay four thousand dollars for a patio furniture, but you'll pay out eventually pacing your. Stuff, you pay nine hundred bucks, four times basically how it worked so so get the get the good stuff I I agree. We got the good stuff. We splurge for the good stuff and Phil chewed it all up. Oh Yeah. Eight it fill. The. First two feet of all the chase lounges but. I'm because I'm a nut I went and bought a material matched it and sewed it back on so. I lived to fight another day since we're talking about it, I have to ask the question I ask once in a while what's trashier patio furniture inside your house or inside furniture on your patio. Inside furniture on the patio is sadder than patio on the inside patio. Please adjourn please follow me into the dining room and it does party house though that's like a Frat House Fun time or it's Ironic John Waters. Now. You into look kitschy and ironic they're the outdoor furniture. Indoor furniture outdoors is bad. We never my dad I hope you guys are sitting down as never purchased outdoor furniture and his life. I would like I would like to break it down like like as far as life well, lead like I was telling you guys about how my dad is almost never paid for parking in his life which meant he didn't go out on Saturday nights. He didn't go to concert he didn't go to the show he didn't travel and Valet the Cargo Hotel or steakhouse but my dad's also made it through his entire life without buying outdoor furniture and or patio furniture. If you buy outdoor items, your purchase of outdoor items simply means I like Barbecue I. Like the entertain I like to be with family I, like folks to come over. And the more you go the better your life like I got this big cooler and it's got wheels on it and I can use it like a scooter. So I take. or how many outdoor versions of things do you own right? My Dad owns a cat that sometimes goes outdoors. That's as far as he's Scott James. Is here and smelling good to go for real pull up your microphone. Yes. That's my. Good Sandalwood Sandals. Watt. San No. Let's have a cognitive a back and forth I I feel like. I lead rabbit holes are not you know and that's The way the ways that sandalwood was wanted. I tried to. I realized it was plenty about this I just stretched. There you go. Once said to me on the set of. Paulie he goes. Do you know what a hand take his? Ago No he goes rolling and you don't know a hint action. He goes right lady the General. Get husbands aside he'd dots hand take nothing. Funny. But I caught. Why did you stop? You're waving your hand you're talking to jj he goes take that part out. Nuts or The End Bucky was fuck. Yeah, he was not. The greatest. He said he do over again I wouldn't have been so hard headed hard headed. Yeah. I'm learning that now at fifty bro when I'm out there paddleboard. Yeah let's life. It's negotiation where I stay on top. Let's talk about you and your your beach experience Jay more by the way Jay more American treasure available now on Amazon prime, that's his latest stand special also more as well. Live shows Rochester New York..
"phil chew" Discussed on Dog Tales
"All dog lovers know about the special bond that develops between canine nine and its master. Scientists don't fully understand why dogs are so loyal and loving to their human caretakers. But they know that these social bonds a key to a young dogs development Luca a bomb sniffer for the US Marines. Shed a special love with two different trainers. Each master changed her and intern. Luca transformed both of them forever. She met her first partner. Marine Chris Willingham in the spring of two thousand six the two year old Belgium maller Wa German shepherd mix was fresh out of basic obedience training and ready to learn all about bomb-sniffing duties. Chris was immediately struck by Lucas clear shop gates. She looked tim up and down which he interpreted as curiosity and intelligence. Although she obediently sat still he could see how how she thrums with energy. Chris was immediately taken with the dog. He dubbed Mama Luka and Luke Cabrera from that first first fateful meeting. Chris began what he called the best job in the world every day. He practiced with Luca from the outside. Best best sessions might have looked like playtime but in reality. Chris was laying the groundwork for a bond between trainer and Canine bomb-sniffing dogs see their duties like a game of hide-and-seek if they find a special hidden item they get a toy. A train might behind an object. That smells like bomb making chemicals and stash it near something tempting like discarded food if the dog is able to focus on their mission and avoid. Avoid the distraction. They're rewarded with a place session. But in the real world there are usually multiple I e D's hidden in a small area area. A bomb sniffing dog needs to find that target get their rewards and then get right back to work to emulate this experience trainers get. The dogs used to only playing for a minute or two then resuming their hunt. At first Lucas problem was that she liked her prizes. Too much. Once had toys came out she couldn't be bothered to return it or hunt for any more chemicals sensitive objects so. Chris had to adapt his tactics. Chris knew that Luke loved rubber. Treat Phil Chew Toys called Calms. So he began bringing Tutu each training session instead of just one. Once Luca found her first practice bomb he would throw a calling for Luca Chase. She'd fetch it. Chew for a minute and then Chris with throat the second another race would ensue off to which he throws the original again. Not only was the extended did fetch session fun. It was exactly what Luca needed to keep her motivation up when her rewards were bigger she was more willing to Focus Gazon her tasks. Once Chris finally took the Kong's back she excelled. Chris believed she was the best in her class. The anecdote highlighted the importance of forging. A strong connection between trainer and dog. Luke responded positively to longer play sessions but another canine might have needed a different incentive. It was Chris Responsibility to understand Lucas Personality and adapt his style oil.