19 Burst results for "Ravelo"

"ravelo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:10 min | Last month

"ravelo" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ravelo, internationally recognized expert in business leadership. Thank you very much as we talk about Target Target will pay 100% of college tuition in textbooks. As they attempt to attract and then retain workers. You heard David mentioned and that's a good point. How expensive it is to replace people start them back at the bottom. Train them. Recruit them. Hire them. A employee who's been with you and knows ropes for lack of better terms is much more valuable than a newbie who doesn't even know where the bathroom is right. And the turnover has got to be so costly. That was a good 0.0.2. You don't just want anyone you want good employees. So I wonder how it got to the point that education is the thing. I mean, they must have. There must be data out there. That the Target worker. WalMart worker Chipotle workers Starbucks worker These are just some of the companies that are now offering some form of free education as part of being an employee that this is the Benny. This is the thing that's going to pull people in through the front door. Eller. It's going to make them stay and even if they could get a dollar more an hour To go work down the street. They're gonna good. Yeah, but I've got this free tuition thing going on. That's worth more to me to stay. Obviously, they're appealing to the younger crowd. Yeah, this is I don't think it's someone in their thirties is going to And really when you think about the targets, the Walmarts the chipotles. It is a younger group right? A younger age group. I don't generally go on those stores and, well, maybe Walmart. Not so much chipotle. But yes, they obviously And maybe that's because they're they're hearing all the stories. We're hearing people in their fifties are saying Yep. Time to retire. You know somebody's got to watch. I mean, not too long ago, people. How much? How many times did you hear this? I got to work some 75. Oh, I'll be working till I'm 70. Now. People are like Woof. I'm 51. That's enough. So obviously the companies are going where the workers are. And I think that's the younger group. It's interesting. And I I you know, I love it. ER expert even said maybe pensions come back. Mainly what is going to be in things were so good. I mean, remember, remember when we would hear about it? And it was mostly like Silicon Valley. You know, all those tech startups that they had ping pong tables and they had beanbags in the lounge, you know, and they had a smoothie machine or whatever those were the perch and I remember people go. I want to work somewhere where they got a Ping pong table. I used to say it all the time. Why can't we have been Pong? They have video games, you know, set up in their in their break room, and the coaches in the break room was like Wow, don't wear shoes, couches in the break room. Walk around barefoot. Who are these people? Right? And now it's going to be like you gotta have your college tuition paid for you might need you know all these other things if you will. To entice people to work there, and they can tell you Listen, the smoothie machine ain't going to be enough to make me come or stay at this point. I was just talking to a young person yesterday who is wanted to get those meals they deliver, And I said, because I saw how much he ate young, young, strapping growing boy and I said, that's not going to be enough for you. And he said, Yeah, but my company pays, so I might as well Yeah. The company pays my friends to deliver two is during the during the Pando. They were paying for food when here's some exciting. Ready, my son Tyler. Yes, I met him by the way you met him on Friday. Went out and applied for a job yesterday. Holy hold on a second hold on. 18 finally went to Woodman's, which is a new grocery store. I feel like the Earth is spinning backwards on its axis. All of a sudden they need to hold on offer college because thinking about that he needs to go to the go to target over there. Go to the Chipotle E. I love finding one. Let's just go. Let's start with work and then we'll move down the road. We asked, How much does he make an hour, he said. They started 15. But I was pretty excited. That's great. It's not bad at all. Not bad at all. Hey, the weather was awesome. It's going to continue to be pretty darn good. It's going to warm up. But should you actually be getting into Lake Michigan shouldn't be touching the water itself. We'll talk about that. Next on 8 90 wls. It's the Bruce ST James Show. Right here on 8 90. W L s.

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"ravelo" Discussed on The Email Marketing Show

The Email Marketing Show

04:10 min | Last month

"ravelo" Discussed on The Email Marketing Show

"These different campaigns running side by side. That offer expires at some point. Probably well this is a great way of allowing people to do the. Choose your own adventure and go actually. This is the thing i need. If you just sell me this down thing. I'll buy it. I'll get the help that i need and you win. 'cause you go your business and i win because i got the solution on e mrs great. Yeah i can imagine sticking all this on the back. End of an evergreen webinar. Oh basically anything that you do that. Do you play any kind of time bound urgency on the follow up on this campaign about. Would you like to be in this thing. Would you like to probably not with the low ticket thing. I guess that's going to be all the time but like do you do anything at all. They're not so much ravelo. Take like you said but for the higher ticket we say we only have so many so you put a scarcity in there while the urgency that makes that makes perfect sense that makes. Wow this is flippin. Brilliant and he was going to be great. I'm this is absolutely brilliant. So i've got no more questions on this if you've got any more questions on this i'm just like coming. Just go and build out now in keno. Is there anything we haven't asked that you think actually that would be really valuable to add in here is. Is that everything. that's i mean. We put this in every single campaign that we do. And i love that. You pulled out that like this could be for something evergreen as well if you have an automated webinar where you say like your car closes in five days depending on when you first landed on that webinar It's it works for everything and it gives them that. Choose your own adventure option. Because sometimes people don't want of course maybe they want something done for them. Maybe they wanna hire ticket coaching program. They want Speed they want something that's gonna give them the result faster. Maybe they just want a checklist for seven dollars so they can actually start to trust you and take that first step. I mean that's always the option but yeah ascension is lovely with that sad. Let's get into this week's subject line of the week subject line of the week. Okay molly. jack's tell us you'll subject line of the week. Okay so when when we have you know that urgency time is time is running out. That's what we put in our subject. Line time is running out but instead i really like putting emojis in my copy and my subject lines so i put time clap. Emoji is half emoji running out. So it's like time is running out. It's the most molly jiaxi could be. Let's be on. I wanna be. I wanted t shirts which are be more jacks. Just that's just the best time clev- emoji is club emoji running emoji out. Why do you think it works so well. Though i mean it's really different. I think it's just it's almost like it's sassy it's not like the typical openness by doubt this. It's kinda just. I don't know i think it's show some personality and some flavor this week so line of the week subject line of the week molly for people who want to find out more about you and everything you do until this. What do we go. Yeah marley dot com also. Come join me on youtube dot com slash marley jacks and instagram dot com.

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"ravelo" Discussed on Sherlock Holmes Adventures

Sherlock Holmes Adventures

03:40 min | Last month

"ravelo" Discussed on Sherlock Holmes Adventures

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"ravelo" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

04:25 min | 3 months ago

"ravelo" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Daddy concern treat. We know that we can started eliminate ravelo star right here right now. I don't even know him. But i mean i do not say strip the jay z. Statement crazy to. It is what. I'm used to the heat in hip-hop they battle all the time so you ain't you ain't but beyond say just the down to trick angry today wrapping need. What if he is even wanna dip down coming up this our last break of the day and forty nine minutes after the hour. We'll have some closing remarks from the one and only our fearless leader steve harvey right after this. You're listening to morning. Show the incredible impact black culture music cavalry world speaks for itself. Even as we've transitioned to a new way of living it's helped us to find meaning and celebration through it. All ford wants to take a moment to give huge applause for the continuous influence of black music. Music is a form of expression and black. Music takes that form to new levels singing through the pain and dancing and cheerful moments wouldn't be satisfied without the inside sales vocals that black music provides us with ford wants to show our commitment to black americans and respect for the legacy they hold black. Music encourages others to express their truth and honor. Life's journey ford partnered with dj denies to the legacy and future of black music. What inspires him and how he brought people together through the universal language of music during a pandemic ford is recognizing black moments like this throughout the year especially vis june for black music month when we remember recognize and respect we all move forward built. Ford proud four tough. Tough all right guys here. We are left break of the day for this wednesday hump day. Do we live registered speech tissue game. Yes cat dog has ready for you. Play it and then i have some comments gaming numbers. My name is melanie more. I'm the parent of a third and fourth grader district. Too and i'm grateful for the opportunity to speak with you this evening. The issue i would like to address is the need for equitable education in all areas. But i i'd like to share a little something personal. I struggle with depression. Have for many years. I've gone to counselors throughout the years and one of the first things they ask me is me about your family of origin. Tell me about your past what happened to you and your pass that is causing the current trauma and pain that you're feeling in the same way. Our country cannot begin to heal until we deal with the pain trauma in hurt from our past. We must teach our children the truth about the past and then show them how to be the change. We wish to see in the world. We can help them. Connect the dots from the awful events of the past the current issues that face our country so that real change can happen as a members of the white community we have got to stop pushing the agenda that diversity and truth and education is all about indoctrination shaming or placing guilt at the feet of white people. No one is asking you to get up and place your head on the chopping block for. The wrongs of the past people are simply asking for their stories to be heard and taught as ours have been for generations. I would not allow my children to wallow in anger pain and self pity i would do all. I could to help them be the very best versions of themselves. Even if it hurts to point out some painful truths about their behavior in the same way. We have got to be honest with ourselves and admit that systemic racism is real that this country was created and prospered under the ideals of white supremacy. And that we are responsible for writing. The wrongs of our forefathers we did not create this mess but we are the ones that have to clean it up starting with honest equitable education practices. Now that will teach our children the hard truths about butter. pass it. they can create a better future. I understand that change is hard but it's got to come. Racism is alive and well in this country. it's seen in the group of white men with torches chanting. You will not replace us to the fact that in two thousand and twenty one. We still don't have a federal anti lynching hate crime law..

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"ravelo" Discussed on Connected

Connected

05:04 min | 8 months ago

"ravelo" Discussed on Connected

"Federico is on twitter of t. v. i t. i c. c. i. And he is the editor in chief of mac stories. Dot net federico avid question for you. Okay what is the most beautiful view you've ever seen very easy. there's this By the amalfi coast. There's this Small town called ravelo. And there's the belvedere ravelo that you can see a long stretch of the amalfi coast then. It's just breathtaking. I will try and find the picture for you that i took with sylvia the first time we went. I was actually undergoing chemo at that point and my doctor was really upset that i went on vacation regardless. But it's an absolutely amazing view Let's see if i can find it yet. Thank you iphone. Search and i will send you both the photo right away on. I message and that was in two thousand twelve. Yeah you can see the basically the first half of the amalfi coast. Yeah it's an impersonal. It's like attractive. It's amazing really really amazing view. It's very like tally in architecture. All over the place to know. Yeah yeah which is not like what you see in rome right. It's just is that kind of like small town architecture. Yeah that's exactly what the amalfi kasese right. It's it's a series of very very small towns right next to each other right. So you got your minority. You've got amalfi of course you and You know going all the way to the to the other end of the coast. Which is positano. Which is possibly my favorite place in italy. We've been twice. There and positano is just an incredible place. Lots of americans day. Go to positano to get married. You know that kind of stuff. It just feels left like when when you're arriving positive feels like a fake place. Just it's so beautiful. It doesn't feel real fun fun funny story and this is going outside of your questions even but one time sylvian that was before we had zelda and ginger We were in positano and it started like we were out.

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"ravelo" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ravelo" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"Pair of pants. Do you miss the Baker off? There's a time in spring when it starts to get warm as sort of a bow now actually in the blossoms state come out in the daffodils are out I all I do get a bit of a kind of ood I get a bit of a Pang because I just remembered that was always the time of year that we started filming. And we'd we'd be in. This beautiful place embark. Sure and we'd we just. It was just good times good good times with Paul Mary and having a laugh. Those The Times I remember is Paul Fun. He is good fun. He is good fun when we were there. He was really good and stuff happened. That made us incredibly sad an incredibly hurt and but yeah I mean he was always like family for years and years and years and I think it's it's painful when those things and especially in the way that they didn't is that fair to say laps totalling effort. I've never really. I'm devastated about what what happened about lots of there but I just don't I just feel so talking about it is just really. It's just on cool. Any stop pointing the finger becomes bad as everybody else. Do you know what I mean. It's like it is what it is. We had Sunday talks begun. And we said. Do you feel a bit worried. Melon soon would be upset. And she'd never all professionals they were mind. I'm doing this job. I think everyone does it their own way. You know the show is big enough The show is about the baker's that's what that's what makes the show really and whoever's at the helm of it is to put their own twist on it their own spin. I mean I like to think this the perks and ice of created the tone for it. You did the most amazing time. Well we wanted it to be kind. We wanted it to. We wanted the stories. The CANAVAN Ravelo Ganic Leeann slowly and not to be a kind of sensation load jeopardy. Yeah no sort of faulk jeopardy we wanted it to be a kind of a comforting watch and You know hopefully we sort of established that and then other people do what they want with it but hopefully that kind of stays. I haven't seen people will take over and have as many stop their own spin and good honestly good lockton. There's no there's no rancour there the modern amazing 'cause I've heard terrible stories about people crying and production staff telling people what to do and people being really upset. It's stressful. It's it's. It's a very very stressful show. I I wouldn't survive half an hour on I would be in floods. I'd be obliterated rag of Solitaires So people do cry but all job we felt was always to try and get people through that and comfort them and help them as opposed to just kind of saying you know guys come over here. Quickly she's crying. Get the cameras person. Biscuit towers collapsed. Let's just let's get seven cameras in a muck wrote over awesome washer mouth before before.

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San Diego, California And Reporter discussed on Mike Slater

Mike Slater

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

San Diego, California And Reporter discussed on Mike Slater

"The California state athletic commission which met today in San Diego lifted the suspension on a boxer who had been barred from fights in California since forcing a kiss on a television reporter during an interview earlier this year brought Lev was suspended in March after kissing reporter Jenny Ravelo on live television following a fight in Costa

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"ravelo" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on OnEducation

"Behind you worth for one hundred percent supportive of your. There we go, right? So yeah, I'm excited. And we'll see what happens. I guess now. I just wait with my fingers crossed, and regardless you know, it's been an amazing year. And I've gone some some amazing and wonderful opportunities like meeting you guys right FETC. You know, I always kind of think about it. If I never gone to Q last year. I probably wouldn't be talking to both of you right now thing, right? So so I mean what a difference a year makes like like, we're the same. We're in kind of the same boat with the changes that have happened over our careers in the last year when you think back over the last twelve maybe eighteen months, what do you think about when you think back? And how much you've changed? I mean, I'd say the biggest thing is, you know, just having that confidence to go out there to to introduce myself to people to go up on stage in share my DEA z-. I mean last year, I was still kind of timid so kinda shy. I hadn't, you know, developed this alter ego. This GameBoy, drew. You know? I was just I was just Andrew a rebel. Oh. And now, you know, I'm Andrew O Ravelo. But in the sense, I've kind of learned how to walk in my own shoes. Right. And it's kinda go out into this world in be like, hey, I'm not just Andrew rebel so right along with that drew you do an amazing job. I think at what I consider to be personal branding on social media and conferences, like, for example, the sticker swap that you guys had there at Q. Why do you believe it's so important as educators to do this? Because I know there's a there's actually a movement. I actually just this past week saw a gigantic Twitter feed about why we should it be personally branding. But I actually completely disagree. And I believe you do too. Why is it so important for us to go ahead and do that? Yes. Yes. There's like this stigma now against branding ourselves. You know? And it's so funny because I was actually having this conversation. With my fiance on her way back from Palm Springs last night. And we were talking about it. And I just kind of I think about it in this perspective right in this analogy. So I think one of one of the things I'd read about is the fact that branding isn't good because it kinda gets a teacher in like gets them into like self into a specialization where when people think of them, they only think of this idea or this concept that the teacher is doing right. Sure. Yes. But if we look back, I mean to put it in perspective think of Amazon right when Amazon was here when it was initially started. It was just a book company. Yes. So you know, you look at Amazon now they're doing some amazing and incredible things right in. It's not just about books. It's ever. So. Yeah. It's everything. Why does a teacher need to have a brand that only represents for example? In my case game based learning game of occasion, I'm more than that. And that that may kind of been my stepping stone into this whole brand. But that's not what what I represent. That's not just me. You know, I'm about design thinking, I'm about SDG's. I'm about blended learning. So yeah, I mean, it's not like I'm a block book blockbuster brand in. It's not like I'm doing the same thing over and over. You know, I'm I'm trying to extend, you know, myself in in many, different ways and learn from different people in, you know, by by branding. It's it's been the exact opposite. You know, I've I've gone. So so many opportunities, and it's just kind of opened my mind to, you know, different to new and to to me trying new things like I said because it's not about just representing one thing in my brand. It's it's more than that. You know, I want wanna be associated as like an Amazon brand not just selling books. Not just you know, doing things centered. On games. But but much more than that. So I don't know. I think that's kind of my my little. Yeah. And I think you've done it. So well that what advice would you have for other educators who are also interested in doing this like what's the the pathway?.

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"ravelo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I don't know how he's the coach this weekend. But yet you had one powerful member on the board of trustees that fought for him, and he survived it. And it made no sense that he would. I mean, there's there's in that case. There's always been a lot of attacking of of the reporting is, you know, and there may still be here. But by the way, I don't blame rabble way. I mean, I've been there before on the front line. You know, you have to leave what you're being told and sounded to me like he's being given mixed messages right now from different their camps down there. There's the there's a will Wade camp. And then there's the university camp. Yeah. But you you you gotta say this Paul. He was sitting at sixteen fourteen right now and stead of where they are. I think this this all probably already been agree. That'll, but but you can never underestimate how the ability to win games and maximize your chances for you. But it really helps if your coaching in those games. Yeah. It. Sure does. Yeah. And I mean, are you getting the impression? That this suspension will go through the turnament or it could be today deal. Well, I thought I thought it would have gone through the tournament until I heard from Ravel a few minutes ago, but Bagley that that's a prize me. I mean that was a really interesting new element to the case. Yeah. And it just tells you many college basketball. It's just a weird weird world. You just never know how things are going to be as coached up. I used to say whether it's in college football, college basketball, things aren't always what they seem. I have you seen dick vitalised comments on this on the wheel weighed situation. He he tweeted the other day about about Joel liba in the university's decision. You said only she made the right choice. We'll Wade statements have brought shame to the athlete department. And he. And then he went on to say give me a break. All you LSU fans who are blinded from the truth can't be serious to condone your coaches comments on the wiretap. He I mean, he was an listen dick, PHI tau is is the preeminent embassador for college basketball. But I have rarely if ever seen vitality. See we're when he went on earlier to say. He called it a disgrace. He called it shameful. I mean, he went repeat in pretty well wrote will Wade off in this situation. I don't know what prompted him to do that other than his guttural reaction to a coach on a wiretap that would upset coach don't you think? But but Jim, you're right. I don't know where this is going. I wouldn't I know where I think it's going. But that doesn't mean it will it will end up that, hey, we're up against a break. We've had a great show already with the Andre Baker. We talked to Scott Ravelo who opened the door for. We'll wait to come back. I'm not sure opened a very widely, but he did open it and more of your phone calls. Coming up Brent Musburger in the next hour to listening to Paul finebaum show podcast. But pride passion and patterns re of college football leaves here. This is the Paul finebaum show our to podcast comeback. We are glad you're here on this Monday. Let's get back to the calls and David is in Kentucky. David. Thank you and good afternoon. All other really enjoy your program. Thank you very much. I've got a just a question about when you have guests of mainly Matt Jones. Yes. I I'm just curious. What is deal is with Tennessee?

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"ravelo" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I say speech was also much. It was. And then I didn't even realize that he beat Bradley Cooper. Yeah. So I deleted the tweet. I'm like. No, I didn't even realize people. Start tweeting me like Bradley shooter would got into that. And I was like I didn't even know he was up for it to be honest. I think I was thinking shit. I knew nothing about any of that shit there. I that's what I realized I knew nothing about any of that stuff that best actress lady might be my new favorite humour. Pay. She's funniest. That was the best speech. I've probably ever heard of ADM. Yup. I I think honestly best speech I've ever heard. It might have been the first Oscar speech that wasn't planned and she just walked up there. And there's no way she thought she was gonna win. Gosh. Kid. I hope you're watching. This is never going to happen again. Sure speech was not as good as the hair and makeup speech. Earl. Salvages, bro. I could listen to that speech for another fucking half. Jane, jane? Yeah. Also, oscar. Louise born in trainwreck for another hour. Arguing read that part Arnie or exotic it's in blue. It's the only guy up here with the sound mixing awards and stuff, you know. So so my issue is this they wanted to put that in the commercial break they wanted to like a week ago. They were like, you know, we're gonna put it up in commercial break. Then there was a backlash from Hollywood. That was a no, no, no, they all are important, which I understand as a person who deals with editors and sound and all this stuff very much understand and respect the people behind the camera. But there's a reason they are. Camera because when they get right there in front of it, they shit all over this in for me as if you're as a person just like digs. I loved. Electric this. But everybody in the room had to be like, this is our fault. We force this to happen. You made these people step directly balls deep into their uncomforter- area speak in front of billionaires. And also in front of millions watching it there had to be that feeling. And then whenever they just. Cut off the might those people are still going to town and that microphone and everybody in the crowd is like. It was awesome academy were a bunch of savages. I absolutely love. I didn't know any of it though. Honestly, I know idea. I didn't know any of those for all I knew like half the movies. Probably I like Spike Lee, though. Awesome. I oscar. Yeah. He lost his mind. Samuel Jackson goes up. They're not a great reader ozone. Not at all. I think he had like six pages was trying to do what I do where you read ahead. It's only history. Final exam. I wanted him to stop and start over because I'm like, this is some epic shit that he's fucking up right now because he's trying to go. He's got that nervous energy. And like you said, it's probably reading one line ahead and kept fucking up. Yeah. Because that that speech potentially speech that is used. Yes. There are a long long long time. Like, I don't want to say like the Jimmy V speech because that's but something along those lines where every single network whatever is going to reference. I'm sure they already didn't. But he was he was bumbling fumbling. Stumbling all over it. He was not happy that black lanes. Went didn't win best movie. He on us more pissed that green book. Yeah. Because the the internet the internet the African American Twitter want to town won ham on the green book white savior. They said. I didn't watch it came out like right after it the family of the guy the black guy in it, basically. It was like, yeah. He he wasn't friends with this guy. We've bullshit like that. Apparently like, it's based on a true story. They really did like face Ravelo around the south with each other. But like, they weren't like buddy, buddy..

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‘Sexy images’ of women make men crave red meat: study

Markley and Van Camp

01:23 min | 2 years ago

‘Sexy images’ of women make men crave red meat: study

"Here. Sexy. Images of women actually, make men crave. Red meat for of course. Of course, they do. Well, now, did you know this? Are you surprised by this? This is new study. I saw this in the New York Post. Okay. New study claims that sexy images of female of the female form LeBron hanker in for beef. And pork the article is is meet sexy. It's published in the journal food quality and preference. They looked at sixteen hundred men and women in the US, the UK and Australia to look at advertising to impact on red meat consumption. And how that relates to feelings of well, you feeling a little amorous while experiencing quote, unquote, sexual motivation, the men tended to act out in ways that increase their desirability as a partner. That's what they say. Wow. Well, so all the people the women that get naked for beta. Yeah. Yes. You're making men wanna eat meat more. I want they say they say it's about signaling status as well. So you wanna get the meat to get the ladies. Something like over the evolutionary timeline of humans Ravelo can thing where they walk out of a Keeney, and you just want it rare. Right. That's right. Yes. A few things say I'm a powerful hot blooded man like a big juicy porterhouse steak.

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"ravelo" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on OnEducation

"So it's kind of funny because like every year, you know, like the first couple of days of school might my old Sudanese come back to class, and they're like what's new in the class, Mr. elbow because we already know like we know you worked on something during the summer. And so, you know this year it was like a complete flip of my classroom. Right. So my kids from last year, we're like what Mr. elbow like how come you didn't do this for us? You know? You know, and and the T V cards specifically, I was able to blow them up, and I put them on in my classroom on one of my walls. And so it just it looks like just sick, you know, and they're like miss your Ravelo. Yeah. They're like all like how calm, and I'm like, well, you know, it's part of the design process. Sue for the teacher. Right. We we constantly you know, are trying to improve. And this is just the process now just keep in mind that you were is central. You were important to me getting to phase without you. It couldn't be here. I couldn't be here. And so, yeah, it's so important nominal, especially like, I said when the junior high students my seventh graders come in. They're like why Mr. elbow, you like you have stickers you have cards like. So, you know, and I always give them credit right there, there might gain designers. Right. So they were the originals. Yeah. There though. Jeez. Right. If we have we have I know we have elementary teachers and also just math teachers in general if they want to get the game like where do they go? Okay. Yeah. So right now, you know, I don't have like an actual store online..

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"ravelo" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"In high school, but you're actually doing open mic and at that time you had to go to the club right to go down. Ravelo factory the comedy nights. Yup. Really? This is pre left factory even. Yeah. I yeah. And I was you know, I was just I really wanted to stand up. And I it was we got into UCLA back in the day. When you could. I mean, I did not have that you know, I just worked really hard. And I wrote something that got me into like the feeder department, and I went this is going to be great. And it just didn't have I didn't have the goods. I don't think I was I don't think the college chops just to really got. And I'm like you're coming out of like an emotional warzone where you've been drained of your essence for your entire life. You're on boats. You gotta mother who can't get out of bed. Your father's calling you at three in the morning to tell you. He just sold the house, right? And you show the college he's supposed to be able to do deal with that. Hard on yourself. I don't make excuses. But rather rather yourself? People on scooters. I I'd rather take it out of them. Without you beat the shit out of yourself. You did for years. I do still I still it's like go. It's like a phantom limb now, but I know I don't need to do it limb to you g genius grail. Right. It's like do I need to do this. Why do I stink today? Well, actually, look around. It's okay. I don't know. Is it the way to do that? And how does the girlfriend understand all that? Well, yes, she she gets, you know, it's funny. You know, when you drive somewhere that you've driven before and you just drive there. But when someone's in the car, you go where am I going?.

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"ravelo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"All right. I'll go first. All right. I'll just you know. Let's let's see how I do it mostly sports theme. This time good. It's a this. I mean after all the number one sport show in LA, Mason Ireland Friday, we were talking about movie. Embarrassing myself with the Scorsese still clearly don't know your score says right Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers guard Marquel? Foltz the number one overall pick in two thousand seventeen is scheduled to see a shoulder specialist early next week at the direction of his agent. Raymond brothers. Sixers coach Brett Brown general manager Elton brand. So they were not aware of any issues with false prior to receiving a call from the agent on Tuesday morning, saying the twenty year old guard would not be playing until at least next week quote. There's nothing we saw medically that didn't allow him to play Elton brand said after the team practice in New Jersey. He played last night you played two days ago. My question to you see is his agent doing a disservice by not pushing him harder by not saying, hey, man. This doesn't look good. Is his agent pushing him harder doing him into service ruin a disservice by not pushing them harder. You gotta tell the kid the truth at some point. You got to tell the kid the truth. Boy, I'll tell you this is just a washout pick, isn't it? I mean, this was the number one pick in the draft that could have been Jason Tatum that could have been Ondo Lonzo. I mean there were great players at the top of the draft Philly. Absolutely. Screw this one. And you got to be straight with the kid. I mean, something's not right. What is not right with? Clearly, there is something with his shoulder that doesn't feel right. But most of this feels mental most of this feels like you're not handling the adversity was that the double pump at the free throw line. Is that what I eat like the old pump fake at the free throw line? Yeah. Keep them guessing Elton brand ever since Jimmy Butler joined the team last week. And he wasn't in Joe Marquel? Full wasn't starting. I thought he played pretty well. I was proud of him the way he bounced back from a lot of things brand also seem us as to why full couldn't have an appointment. Take place sometime before next week quote. I don't know how long he's going to be out Monday the consultation, I asked why Monday, and he said it was the best day. They could get an appointment. You can't get an appointment right away. If you're the number one pick in the NBA draft. The whole thing is sketchy the whole shooting thing has been sketchy from day one. I don't is this beyond repair. I don't know. I mean, but you're right. It does see mental. It seems mental. I think there is. There was something physically. But now is that even a part of the equation? Are you just falling back? I mean, I think would get to this point where your coach integral manager are saying these like this publicly. Maybe that's a good thing. Because you know, you've got a challenge the your data. Somebody's got to challenge them the time for being nice to the rookie and letting them work through the mental stuff. Maybe that's over. I can't get an appointment till Monday. Mean you all continue the, quote, I thought they might move it up for him brand added with a smile, but I guess not some Mondays the -pointment and after that, we'll know more. Yeah. I mean, the average guy says get me into Dr Ravelo Rockin, and you go to Dr robber or L tries or any of these guys. You get an immediate your hush with millions of dollars the next day next day. Yeah. Doesn't make any sense. It sounds like it sounds mental to me..

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"ravelo" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Literally the question we could ask by noon home now known as veto who said, can you raise your little bit like literally been in television for twenty years. I've been on air for sixteen years. Every single day can researcher like, here's an idea. Let's just just give me a high chair and then there's no issue the wherever I go. Just cherry. He needs a bib and he's a high chair. He drools at times and this will not be an issue. There are times Joey gala gets so incensed. He goes, well, how I can insure ago was Jesse Palmer is six two? Yeah. He played professional. Football. I don't. The audience needs to have the same height. Here's what I want to know though, but why I've never understood why it matters so much that they're like the chair height thing for the TV for the directors reach. I'd never assured. I mean, I'm five ten right on average height guy. Right. And you are short. I am a short man. They care so much about three inch height differences. Kabui killing us show. So where's that? When you're standing next to Jesse Palmer, the touchscreen. Well, you're not in a box then, are you know, I'm not, but I should point out for first barring broadcasters. I always thought I don't know about you, but I thought I'd be behind a desk my whole life. I get fat didn't matter because that's okay. Lower lower-half acre it'd be like a pair. And then I'm like, wait, something happened in television. All of a sudden they want us to stand like, wait all the time though in TV you're always standing ago. I don't like this at all. I'm short in great shape. So now I'm like, I'm sitting next to these guys who are professional athletes, right? So you're getting killed. You're gonna wait. I've never been a really good shape and now I'm next to Palmer. It was the bachelorette mystic Galloway who has four percent body fat, like this sucks. Well, they used to stand me on in sports that I'd I'd stand up next Antonio Davis. Oh, like what do we do? Guy? Seven feet tall, right? So in the one. Here I'm looking at his naval on the one hand, it's critical that wrote the same length while sitting Jeremy. We have new issue standing and all of a sudden there's a like a foot and a half disparity. We would do baseball stadium. I go. We can't do as me raviolis. We're both my ways I Kirch in in there and you're good coaching Kirkman five, four and a half over good. But like moulder was six, five such six, six, Eddie presence, six five. This brutal people are going forget about whether or not the Orioles are going to set the record for the most losses. How short of those guys gigantic as those guys? Do you ever are you the on air guy that asks for certain things meaning like Milton's? No. More skills. Scott. Awesome. Are they really? I love him. No on baseball. Royces grabbing milked Ravelo what's in the middle of asset nougat nougat and it gets stuck in your teeth and it's a had a cavity like it's racist pieces, whereas you on my key even better response, like the cereal is amazing. I haven't. It's been a minute since that serial hike guy. Sure. I, I'm not a big high show. Egg whites. KADO. No, no Greek yogurt, your diets. Actually, you're in good shape. I try to stay good shape work out five days a week. No three and a half. I'll see you just diet them for us. I used to run a little bit, you know. But the thing that I that I won't take out of the diet, I like to have a drink or two low bubbly, like during football season. So that's what when someone says cut out the? No, I'm feeling good. I'm going to feel even better. Right. Like if I've got if I've got to work on three hours sleep, I'm gonna imbibe it one PM could use of him bond right before that SEC game on Saturdays, lock them a Bloody Mary and beer in lock, but you don't shape is heavy drinker..

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"ravelo" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"I need it. Neven of of. All right. Throwback Carman's the beats UK days. And they have they have that one's car easy. They also have another single car rock. Both of them are suit recused. So definitely check them out love. The fact they're babies in is like a social media band, which to me is just the way of the world. Now they're producers artists that never even meet in half full out albums together. So that's just how it goes the music game now. So I loved it. The easy, yes. By next town down the Sunday good for they found great. Who else? You know, Chris Brown has a song called overdose. Have you heard it with sounding, Agnes mo- is his girlfriend's girlfriend, Agnes new girlfriend, really. I don't know, but it's really nice. It's like mice arm be record and I guess, okay. Sorry, fell into another rabbit hole. I found some Mariah Carey Ravelo. I don't even know. Butterfly album. All weekend also fell into an Alex is Lee Rambo after like we haven't spoken about her her love art memoirs, and dreams and analog albums. Those her first two albums, I believe into orbit themes to Kois coast LA. I, I feel like we know too many festivals, you know festival was the goal, but there's early when every week now I know that we have our own one week. Well, that's it for me. When you stimulus nint- lately I've been jamming. The Dave east new makes tape karma to standout tracks, highly anticipated featuring little.

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"ravelo" Discussed on Inside the Studio

Inside the Studio

11:53 min | 3 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on Inside the Studio

"I sort of said well. That's not finished. I don't have a place for that yet. Because we didn't finish that product. Then we did grew brooks and we finish that record and I love that record and then I did some more recording you know so we did grew with Ravelo and then I did more according with Alasia who I always right John alasia. Who's one of the producer? Always ride with him the record that we had sort of show before that we are doing with Batson and then I made another album. I went back. We did an album with lily white. That I'm happy with some songs I don't think in the end I don't think it was. The best of the album could have been but I still. There are some good things in there and then I went in the studio again with Rob Cavallo and we had the beginnings of works for Awhile on an album and we had more than the beginnings of a great record there but again for whatever reason I think disappointed solve my own head getting. You know a lot of things on my mind about the ban. My I desperately wanted to make a not feel disappointed in some ways like a little bit the way the world although again. I don't want to throw a baby with albums. None of them are. We're not gonna but but you have said that away from the world you feel. You went back to almost over work. Yeah I feel like that and feel it. Lost some of the teeth then. I went back in the studio and I was working with John. Malaysia and Rob Evans to the producers. We started listening to some of the songs as really just saying that is as good as anything I've ever done. That's just how I started thinking of everything at the same time. I'm also writing more music. And they were all also telling me was like this stuff that we were doing right now was as good as anything that we have in the back. So we've got this super creative process going. It was like a a monument. That's not the right word. It was almost like a something to hang. The whole process on was really when I went back and listened to the track can't stop. Which has lou Roy Moore on it and it was sort of a live performance and bats and was in the room and who is one of the two tracks that go all the way back two thousand and six? Yeah alasia and Rob Evans went in and took the track which was recorded with bats and they mixed it and they said this is what we came up with. An ice sat and I was like. Oh this is a monster and they had rob Evans likes to get to Carter's drums as a beast. So then everything the way that I was thinking about it was everything has to be as strong as that. You haven't made an album in six years but it's almost like this is a greatest hits of the last twelve years or something. It feels like that in a weird way feels like this is the best I've done and Greeks was the most focused album because in the middle of we lost Roy so it had this real purpose. That was behind to which was to pay homage Omar depending on how you want to be to Leroy and so even from the cover everything about it was Roy and I think that's what Sorta gave me and Carter and everybody the motivation to get that record right and rob Cavalli met and Doug who met Roy and we'd all lost him so that sort of focus was like we had a finish. This great for Roy. In this instance I do feel like I. Someone said you need to step back. You need to look at what you've made and not discount the heart that you put into some things and so I started digging through and there's a lot of music I couldn't get on the album. I want this is. This is a very focused record in a different kind of way for you in that. I don't think there's been a record that is quite this inward looking from you. Before Lotta songs about love love songs. They seem to be about marriage either about lasting relationships. I'm often used to your songs addressing the outside world a little bit more whereas this felt like very personal my family kind of record. I think maybe there's sort of allowing myself. A little bit of that was feeling comfortable to talk about it. Maybe that says something about where I am with my family and also where I am the band maybe as turning fifty make whatever or past that whatever it is I do feel like a lot of this is looking inward and even that song. Blackened Bluebird Bird is a little bit of a part of conversations that are had with my son and my daughter's it's sort of is like the words the things I've learned to think about in some ways are wanted them to think about when we're having conversations either about the world about selfishness or about what's happening or the wonder you know always trying to remember that the universe is much bigger than we are and just that kind of idea from my kids is I want them to feel stunningly small and and therefore inspired as opposed to. I can't stand my old phone. I need a new on is the worst. That's fine to have some emotional that but I'm grateful that my kids aren't overly obsessed by that kind of stuff. I think that Song Wordy way of saying that we are so tiny in the universe that if all of us in everything on the planet vanished tomorrow. Nothing not even the moon would notice our absence. That's really interesting because particularly at this moment in time and this is a difficult period in American history. Put it mildly. Yeah and the world I mean you watch everywhere these waves of self absorbed self righteousness and sort of ignorant arrogance scary combinations of personalities and also to connect what's happening in America to world politics waves of nationalism. We would. You're a very different kind of thing here. In this country I think nationalism yet that very often allows the most disturbing things to happen in cultures when a culture stars to think that it has somehow reached further or is the example of excellence or should be acknowledged as the most excellent. When that happens very dangerous dangerous things happen I think. Nationalism is what allows apartheid. Nationalism is. What allows Hitler not. It's all fine to be you know. Un-american I'M PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN. That's fine but you have to be able to say that feeling that belief is no more reasonable or more true than if a Canadian says I'm Canadian and I'm proud to be Canadian and I'm great. It's no more true. I also grew up being taught that saying. I'm proud to be an American meant that you were setting an example that you wanted to share with the world and not. I'm proud to be an American. Stay out keep to yourself. That will be on our side of the world. You'd be on your side. Yeah it is a scary time and I do think that the sort of sense of entitlement or the idea of being your born in America for whatever reason that for no reason other that you are worth more than someone who was born in Panama. That to me is an obscene concept that the value of a human being could in any way come from where they're born or who helped them and you did mention apartheid earlier when we were talking and of course that is the idea something you grew up with and assist them. That said you can be born here in South Africa and still be worth less. Oh Yeah that people here and that my concern in this country is that nationalism that we have to keep out all these people because this is hours. 'cause we were born here or we arrived here. That is truly strange coming from a country. That's so young and is so recently created by immigrants. This country is half the soldiers that fought on the side of the Union is of a war word immigrants so it was a civil war sorts but it was thought by people that were coming here that were from somewhere else. We always have to acknowledge that. Because if we don't then I feel as Americans go because I wouldn't born here. I'm less American by some people standards than someone who was born here which doesn't fit in my opinion the America that I think in my ideal view of it it could be to look at the state of the population of this country and the all our differences and to acknowledge some things but not acknowledge others. Talk about America's if it's this land of justice and freedom and then not acknowledge that it's a land of immigrants and not acknowledged that much of it was built by the hands of slaves and that certainly it couldn't be what it is now. Had it not been for the hundreds and hundreds of years of enslaved people doing a lot of the work? The album is named come tomorrow. The title track is about this change. We WanNA SEE RIGHT. It would be great. There was talking. I when I had Alan Together. There's some murmurings people saying we should put come more out as a single and I. I just said even though it was written before the most recent argh horrifying shooting I wrote it and we recorded it before that but that said regardless the timing of it would make it seem pretty on the button and I felt like that also would be. I've felt like it might be perceived sort of stepping in to something. That really isn't my place. I'd rather be supportive of the efforts to get some sort of sane situation with guns and automatic weapons in this country rather than I would try and jump in the middle of somebody else's terrible situation. Pretend I'm part of it. That song is at the same time as it's in some ways for me quite cynical it is also you know when I talked to my children about how they see the world I mean their view is so much more open and tolerant. Even though I feel like I grew up very tolerant person and the seventies was as far as the authorities were concerned. The late seventies was a very tolerant. Time it was like suddenly were all like laughing at the stupidity of are the girls are teenagers sixteen. Yeah and if you have a teenager now than you are likely involved in conversation about gender and fluidity. Yes that is not the one that you and I grew up with. No it's almost unthinkable but my kids they're also connected to each other now as well through technology not always great but I think a lot of times. It is actually not a bad thing because they're always in touch with each other a lot of time. Maybe it's not the deepest conversations but sometimes it is deep conversation. I learn to be more tolerant. Watch myself around from them more as they learn from me. I'm glad maybe I made them lean toward a kindness. But you know sometimes I found my pig. I'll say something in the car. I never can't say that Dan. I say I can say it and I will say in the safety of my family knowing that you better know that. Have I say some crazy shit that you know where my heart is because you sit around in my house and Smelly.

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"ravelo" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on Here & Now

"During yesterday's weekly round up with political strategists as the clock ran down a republican strategist john brave under said this in twenty ten the democrats put an ad out on craigslist saying they're looking for an adult film star to run as a republican for senate to create havoc in the republican senate the stink bomb we only have fifteen by the way to make clear i disagree i disagree we're going to promise to research that jumbled bender adopt trump thank you both so much so as promised let's research with mitch ravelo who wrote about this in the bayou brief and mitch this hit home for john brave under because the republican incumbent john vidar was his client in two thousand ten set the scene brave under made it sound like the dnc put out an ad for the challenger to visitor but it was some poly size students that is correct and so what happened was is a group of political science students from the university of new orleans put out an ad i believe it was on craigslist looking for an adult entertainer to run against vidor who of course had been found on the list of the dc madam several years prior now there was in the midst of a comeback bid and his approval ratings while not great we're still high because of the fact that he was anti obama in a state that john mccain had one with almost sixty percent of the vote and a lot of folks forget that the bp oil spill occurred in that year and because of the drilling moratorium a lot of louisiana folks lost jobs and that really raised senators profile here in louisiana so he was doing well and along comes these.

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"ravelo" Discussed on The Fun Kids Download

The Fun Kids Download

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"ravelo" Discussed on The Fun Kids Download

"Yellow unwelcome sued the fun kids download this is shown out of robot and we are going to be start off with a robots farm your kids download trivia teaser time they dare is we finally find a bit quiz introduction music which suits right on a very appropriate greeting considering the funky music that you've just been given a right drive about what is your a trivia teas a thing they going to kick off the phone gives download with today will remember let with the thing with the with the son in the moon the thing which happened in america when the mongolian the sun's grill rebel utah king are you talking about the the eclipse yeah i am earmuffs stopped speaking him riddles sadik law reich i know more eclipse joke speakers is there all that role terrible so what is your question about the eclipse anyway yet get on with the get over the question pleased when will the next full solar eclipse happen in the uk ravelo gas and download we'll be revealed indeed thank you both for the little caesars evelio flink when you think at the next solar eclipse is going to be happening which we can witness say in the uk rothwells is happening on the fun kids download today glow to suffer we will melham wap coming up for you are also as well we go up say tight of briny brian well above twig it'd be kicking off wave frankie.

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