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"ripois" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Because of the way of what we're doing now and what the stadium is going to look like and what the trout will is going to look like and the people in the building in fans It's not like last year. Although we're getting tested like last year is gonna be I definitely think guys are going to be out at different points in. We've got to deal with it. A safety first so i mean a tough situation but i mean if whatever the nfl hasn't played on pretty sure is fair protocol in order to do the best was best for the players in nfl. Personnels health and safety right But yeah koga just going crazy out here. Man is absolutely be ridiculous so be careful out. Everybody be safe as always Let's get a little bit. Will want one more unfortunate thing as far as a player status Actually talk about college. Football so michigan Top wide receiver. Ronnie bail will miss the remainder of the football season with a right knee injury Bail was injured on a punt return in the second quarter of michigan's forty seven. Fourteen win over western michigan. The senior in captain had one catch for seventy six yards in a touchdown in the game before the injury so he got the show himself a little bit. But i'm pretty sure being a senior. This is heartbreaking him returning For his senior season bill was posted ripois to be michigan's bez wide receiver and one of the teams most reliable officer players. He led the team in receiving yards in twenty. Twenty with four hundred and one yards and one touchdown On twenty six recessions in six games that they played it's important loss To the wolverines offense which is looking for a turnaround from the last season. The staff does have other options that receiver but none are accomplished as bill So dang hate to see young man. Go down like that. Hopefully he gets you know. Come back and play one more season next year. You know usually have extensions like that for players but definitely wish him the best wishing him some healing Somebody got a new job though Continuing their reshuffling of quarterbacks to seattle seahawks are expected to signed former. New york jets starter. Bliss austin A nice for a source. The jets waved the twenty five year old austin on wednesday a surprise more given that he was the He was predicted to remain one but apparently not he's six one. One hundred. Ninety pounds started six games as rookie. Twenty nineteen in ten. Last year he eight pass Deflections in zero interceptions in eighteen career games since answering the nfl as a six round. Pick out of rutgers So guests seahawks are expecting to scoop them up and to make things look better for themselves on a secondary. Are now something. That isn't new news. But i thought was interesting. Tap it or are some. Nfl projections that Espn's might claes put out there to put some numbers out. There ended really thing is that it's a lot of things that i guess myself does not look at Some of these things you know as far as for example projected high-scoring teams in like what that number actually looks like as a total not just like Who score lack of the got the bose weapons but like the actual number of four hundred seventy seven points. Okay so i just want to talk about some of this stuff here. If you guys agree or not In go from there So when i think he talked about his easiest schedules easiest schedule. Top three easiest. Schedules go to tampa bay. Buffalo and miami So of course the defending champs gotta be i There's no more drew brees in their division so you know in their division teams they gotta play twice I think the upper hand on Early stage should might not seem fair but you know remember that the schedule is a predetermined formula so tom brady will benefit from those six division games. Without having to see a breeze. The panthers in falcons which are teams that people will look at it as being at the bottom. So easy peasy linda squeezy buffalo is almost in that same predicament is setup. Would well for another. Afc east title run and the light schedule in their division basically as they gotta see patriots dolphins and jets dolphins and jets yikes patriots. We don't know yet but could be the same case In the nfc south in afc south of buffalo's unique games aren't easy which they have to see the titans chief stiller's But those are gonna be as hard as it gets for them in miami Same ordeal bennett. They are in the same division buffalo outside of buffalo though is probably where they thrive in. You know they're outside unique games where they have to play. The ravens will be a tough one but giants raiders now They they might have Hardest schedules pittsburgh obviously very tough division having ravens. The browns twice. Nobody wants to see that. kansas city under schedule buffalo tennessee seattle Definitely the heart schedule for by far but nothing that i feel like mike can't get by. Okay mike tomlin has never had a losing record. So best believed the raiders. I mean the steelers will come on. Top for at least half of those games Next chicago bears in detroit. Lions which. I mean detroit. Lions being team. They are having probably a tough schedule is called a day. They may get the first round pick projected highest scoring teams that goes to kansas city. Tampa bay in green bay The cheese top this category for the third consecutive year Twenty nine thousand. They objected for four hundred. Sixty nine escort. Four hundred and fifty one last season they were projected for four hundred seventy score. Four hundred seventy three and in a offensive line. you know turnover in lack of wide receiver. Debt was a concern but When you have. Patrick mahomes under center not to mention tribes kelsey ansari kilos targets. They're going to score at time. So they're sitting at predicted. Four hundred seventy seven for this given season Tampa bay has four hundred. Sixty nine and green bay. Four hundred fifty four which a that iraj bad man. So don't put it past them. Projected lowest scoring teams houston texans carolina panthers. Detroit lions houston. Texans expected to get no more than three hundred thirty three points. They have no design to have no will fuller their new starters. Tyrod taylor in brandin cooks. I'm not saying those are bad players. I'm just saying this is that what is going to put the points on the board at least enough for them to be in the mix carolina panthers three hundred thirty seven points in detroit lions Thirty nine points which i wrote actually predict that his possibly a little bit lower even though i still wanna see some rookies in great people do some cool things such as Brown definitely. Want to see him do good but he might be Projected defense to allow the fewest points. Tampa bay leaves away with two hundred fifty two. I do that disagree with that. That tampa bay. Defence is rootless You know it's going to be very hard to get past those guys that are loaded there even in the box with via shag bear. Devante david david. White carla davis like impossible Than a team would possibly secondary comes next with three hundred sixty four points The denver broncos They von miller coming back. They got caught. Rudolph ronald darby. Patrick attain justin simmons kareem jackson. Bryce calhoun Yeah that's that's it. One of the best defensive mind vic fangio fangio so tough Anina minnesota vikings three hundred sixty six points allowed projected defense is to allow the most point goes to detroit Four hundred sixty three Four hundred fifty fifty. Three houston texans in las vegas for four.
"ripois" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"They sent the black guy down to get the gun st- stuff stopped and then we find out from the other cops that the of the shots are coming from a klu klux klan rifle-range and they thought that was really funny sending him down there to stop them shoot it. Oh my god that kinda thing so. There was a lot of work to be done there. And this is seventy four right. There's a seventy four but the lushness of that countryside the off the talent of the people that are with with terrific too. Good looking picture beautiful poetic movie. Yeah it is. It's slow very slow. But it's and it was gorgeous. Lee lit by a french lighter lighting man by the name of john t photographer rather who did all his own lightning and he used most of the time. He didn't use big hollywood equipment. He used small little. Pr's the like the light you put in your outside lights to limit your yard and stuff. And he created these pictures that were rich and saturated colors. it was just phenomenal. Good picture and you. What was it. Like working with. George burns all george. I loved him. I didn't know what to expect. The man was a perfectionist. He rehearsed scenes for. I don't know forty five minutes. Sometimes an hour until he felt it was ready to shoot it was. It was an honor working with him. He was he was wonderful and then he'd say i think you do better. That's a this with a pause before the he's got it added cigar. You know he was great. I can't obviously but he was terrific. How great. You're getting timing tips from george burns. That's that's just you and me kid. With with brooke shields and notable because gilbert also in that cast a key. Luke and carl ballantine. Yes and ray bolger rape boulter phil silvers at a borough lives and borough lives. Yeah yeah can you tell us anything about any of those people. They were very good. I'm not. I'm not having an high. I didn't have any scenes with them. I really didn't. I watched the shooting of. Maybe one got you burl ives. Later on in a little movie shot up in park city. utah and Gosh he was a fascinating guy He didn't sing for us but he did have he. He did sing for the house on american activities. Committee do that but he he. He was one of those. I'm terrible because i can't remember anecdotes at all for the mets okay but but he was full of them and then it turned out that we chaired. The fact of Had a love of sailing and so we talked about that quite a bit. You played the the nosy neighbor with notable because that was written and directed by a man who was active in your career. Leonard stern the great leonard. Stern would have been a wonderful guest on this show. He would have won a career leonard. Stern was wrote for for all early television. he wrote. Funny moaners sid caesar. The honeymooners the produce the honeymooners. He did a lot with gleason road for belco. And that's right. Yeah yeah sorta. He sort of was like the hidden. The hidden talent along with mel brooks and other writers of that period while he developed get smart for television after after buck can and and and mela guests came up with the concept but gilbert he also wrote abbott and castillo movies and bowery boys. Movie ripois movie. He did the leonard stern now he he owned a publishing company and actually it roger price who invented the mad lib. Oh i have this wrong. Yeah it was. I mean leonard helped encourage all that but for those. Does anybody remember drools anymore. I remember tools. Yeah so a drool would be something like he. You draw a piece of paper a side and what is that. That that's a worm going upstairs and then you would draw a worm going downstairs. That type of thing strikes me as a brilliant guy who did a little bit of by the way gilbert mair julianne adams from creature. The black lagoon was his first wife. Yes leonard stern interesting man also great. Run buddy run. Kill and spencer. And i'm dickens. He's fence which is why he went on to work with so much. Yeah oh god amaury oh yes. Why is his name jumping out of my head. Marty ingels mardi yang also created a little show called mcmillan and wife. You did I was just finishing up. Mccabe and mrs miller and i got a phone call from my agent wally hiller and he said I wanted stern call. He thinks that'd be very right for this. Nbc movie of the week with rock hudson and Said there's the part is well written. But he thinks you could do something with it. So i read the script and said yeah. I'd love. yeah and that was true to get in san francisco. My old stomping ground so i was More than willing to go for a couple of weeks up there so we did it and it was called once upon a dead man. It was almost a full length movie that we shot a couple of weeks. And i had no idea that. Nbc was planning or considering putting it into the mystery wheel that they had at that time. Sure colombo nbc mystery. Movie movies Yeah those were great so it ended up being six wonderful years. Yes yeah and can you tell us about rock. Hudson rock hudson. You know fabulous career. He had and he was an extraordinary man. It was so sad the way his life ended. Yeah he was a better better man than that and deserve more. Than i mean he did achieve fact that aids again with his friend. Elizabeth taylor help became Something to talk about it and be aware of and all that but he From the very first day treated me as an equal. He was always very well prepared as an actor and the thing. I admired most about roy as we call them like.
"ripois" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Studios. We're gonna have a couple of headlines that we're going to get to here. Because i brought one of my own that i love this day every single year but first let's go ahead and get to the headline the turn angels to the future is now a prototype. Flying car travels between slovakian cities. The flying cars flying cars. So he's lock and company took its prototype. Flying car for a test flight spent about thirty five minutes in the air. Hod that's pretty fascinating We're only like ten to fifteen to twenty years behind every cartoon when they said we were supposed to have flying cars but it sounds like we're getting closer. Yeah so it's the company called klein vision. It's their air car prototype. one Reached a maximum cruising speed of one hundred and eighteen miles per hour and the trip was about half as long between the typical drive. Wow doesn't it feel like we're missing that step like we went from having cars and the now all these billionaires like let's go to space and my wait. Can we figure out flying cars. I because commutes would be a lot easier personally. I've always wanted like a hover board from mike back to the future right one of those things. Yeah that would be sweet. Plus it would cut down on commute I wonder what what types of fuel and stuff like that. Does it have a picture of the car it does. It looks pretty. Coit looks like Like i don't know like some kind of sports car but it's got big old wings on it and his big or propeller on the back. And like i guess like a spoiler type thing for plane critic picture of it do you have it there. 'cause i mean it. Is it practical. Could you drive down the road to or is distinct. So yes so okay. It's has a button that you press so very sci- science fiction president right three minutes later you have wings and a rudder and start Okay so that's pretty cool. Because i was. I was getting to the point where i was going to say. Well that's just an airplane that they designed a look like a car but if you can try that bad boy down the road that that's pretty cool. It's got a bmw engine in it. So the other european keeping over there. I guess i love at our. That's pretty cool data Flying cars could be here sooner rather than later all right. This is the headline that i wanted to get to right. Let me see the picture. Holy cow thing is up there. Yes it is. That's terrified. That looks like that shouldn't be there. You know what he an animal get stuck in weird places like. That shouldn't be there. That's what that car looks like you have to. We'll post that picture up with that story on our facebook page at canal Let's get to the head cut my today two for your thursday. It is bobby bonilla day. Have you heard of this bobby. Bonilla was a former mets player. He was awful but my goodness did he know how to negotiate a contract every single july. First until bobby bonilla will be seventy five years old. The new york. Mets will have to pay him one point. One nine million dollars every july. First it's It's one of the worst contracts ever signed by by a team but Bobby bonilla right is fifty eight years old. He will collect a check for one point. One nine three million dollars from the new york mets as he has and will ever july first from two thousand eleven through twenty thirty five because of baseball salary structure bonilla's annual payday is often more than some of the games current young stars who make in a given year and this season that even includes the salary of leading american league. Mvp candidate and potential twenty twenty one all stars. So why does bonilla get this payday. In two thousand. The mets agreed to buy out the remaining five point nine million dollars on bonilla's contract however instead of paying but no of five point nine million at the time the mets need to make any payments of nearly one point two million for twenty five years starting july first two thousand eleven including a negotiated eight percent interest on that at the time ownership was invested in bernie madoff account. We know how that worked out the promise. Double digit returns and the mets ripois to make a significant profit if the made off account delivered. Putt that did not work out. So bobby bonilla sits on. His couch does nothing and then july first. Every single year collects a check for over a million dollars. I think he won that contract negotiation. Definitely bobby bonilla here. On july first mike and deb. Moore's will be in for me tomorrow. I'm out due to some personal reasons. we'll be back with you next week though and get it going.
"ripois" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"We'll talk more when we talk Our topics but for me he was just in a lotta ways especially when he's in the cell. He's very reminiscent of anthony hopkins as dr hannibal. Lecter silence. I was so hoping they would do that. Of course. they didn't disappoint though they did not. They did not in. Since i brought up the fact that derek stead wrote this episode. I thought it was very interesting. This episode is very feels. Very much like john wick movie. I was just gonna say it. Looks like john wick movie because with the singapore or excuse me for setting this these very exotic asian places. Yeah very typical in yes or or you know eastern european which is where we went so that's obviously in his wheelhouse but i thought it really added something to this episode of made a little special. Oh yes so. It's almost like this is the marvel cinematic universe version of john wick movie in this episode. About as far as i'm concerned all said i'm a huge chadwick fin birth. They great movies. And and that's. That's why. God that theo because like what does this remind me of. And now you've kind of filled with him the blanks for me because it did remind me sung by just so just meet my finger on just could not put my finger on what it was but because you have you supply that for me listener so and it also seemed to have that style of humour if the chadwick trilogy has true which was not a bad thing like i said no no not to very good so new cast this time. Of course we get well. Hey certain daniel peru as better than helmut zemo and he's officially called barren now finding news positive nobility with the segovia nobility exactly so i thought that was great. Obviously you know. We appeared previously in captain. America's civil war. Let's see what else we also got the return of. Oh hey agent. Thirteen sharon carter is played by the wonderful. Emily van kip. We last seen her and in winter soldier and civil war those great to see her again. Although kinda sad that she was so cynical in this episode by giving her circumstances i certainly understand it and have ripple will do that to you see in the kind of pm. Frequent ripois specially in the comics. Especially if you run into certain wolverine wearing a patch the princess bar which got shot this episode. Did i wish we'd gotten tiger tiger as well but that was not to be. Maybe it looks like the princess bars going to new owner after this episode. So maybe just saying true. Get the very cool special say cliffhanger cameo by florence consumed by aero as what are the door and notably has also been in. The movies kept american. Civil war black panther in avengers infinity war so reprising character once again. Kind of like koi as lieutenant if you will the door village and she was actually the very first member of the door. We ever soul before even black panther had come out because she was there with two chocolate civil war me in civil war. Yeah well also took chuck because to chaka was killed to that which gets reference to this episode in. Yeah and so. It's very cool that we get the very first member of the door. I in this..
"ripois" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health
"They might. They might get pushed by. Kids might get pushed out some point. God bless him let's see. Oh kristen beamer. I don't know if you're familiar with her. He is another foodi advocate Struggle with crohn's all about like. She's tough as nails like she can go like she is. She is in my crew. She's locked in. She might be the founding member of these ambi- pashcal so it's a very small crew family and a couple friends. I mean really. that's all you need. That has it has to be enough to fit in your social pod. Anyways so totally. And we all have different specialties. It's perfect what about you. It's like a heist crew. You need a specialist in everything totally. My only thing is like cooking so if it ever gets to like. I can make some twigs and berries. Turn it into something. Oh my gosh. I mean for me while i so i live with my dog and she definitely would be part of the crew because she is small but she scares the crap out of anybody who can like only hear her so i feel like we could definitely hole up and maybe it would scare some of the zombies away and like a couple of my close friends. That have like the different specialties. I have a friend who's at. She would definitely be in there like. I have friends who are super strong. They would definitely be in there like bring all the equipment everything and also the laughs so really for sure. That's a good crew yet. Definitely so okay. Let's talk about food because that's kind of why we're here anyway So you mention in your brief intro like you came into this career in this world because you want to figure out how was going to be the most sustainable way to eat with your family and make it healthy and make it taste good and everything like that. So how has your food. Philosophy shifted over the years. Yeah so early on. I feel like it's super confusing. And i always say this especially like as a new mom like there's so much narrative it makes you afraid of everything like don't sleep with a blanket sleeper the willingness this way so i'll outweigh eat. This don't eat this so you know kind of set early mom alarm off in my head like oh my god ripois inning ourselves. So initially i landed kind of in this paleo world because not because it's you know exactly what our ancestors ate but because it seemed like what our bodies have taken so long to evolve to be able to process and function with like scientifically speaking. It seemed like the most natural diet for us And so within that. I started experimenting. Kind of just figuring out where my own personal food. Intolerances lie laid laid wide. I don't know all the we mean and my tolerance for what it is. You know like dairy. I realize how much dairy i was eating early on. And i was having a lot of allergies with. I cut it out. It really reduced that. So i didn't have to eliminate it altogether. But you know really kind of flipping. How much i was eating it like. I don't need dairy at every meal snack. In between so it's kind of evolved in the sense that now i realize like just minimally processed foods you know aren't making up the majority of our diet however on football sunday i still will have good old-fashioned ruffles in ranch dip because it's like a tradition so i still have some stuff. It's just that it's not as much not as frequently. And i enjoy it. When i do so i think for me. I really moved away from any sort of rigid dietary framework. I used it as a starting point to see like okay..
"ripois" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health
"Since you have not been on the podcast in like literally two and a half years. It would probably be a good idea for you to reintroduce yourself perfect. I am michelle of the whole. Smith's i started my career out <hes>. Kind of on a whim. Because i was exploring how our family eats and trying to figure out what is the best healthiest way for us to eat as a family at i soon after started sharing that journey on my blog the whole smith's and subsequently now have in two cookbooks with healthy family friendly recipes that are really easy to make and have recently launched my own podcast get wealthy that talks about other aspects of wellness that we aren't really talking about as much as food and diet or sorry. Diet and exercise i think diet and exercise get all the glory but there's so many other components so that's me love that. Hey this is me in a thirty second blurbs which is so funny because like normally whenever we talk or like whenever i interview somebody like how much time do you have like. Go for. Forty five minutes talking about myself. I'm like well. This is your interview on the podcast. You conduct about whatever you like you. Whereas i'm like this is super awkward. Let me like condensed time. Line started a blog. Some cookbooks now podcast. Let's go exactly. We'll say okay. Let's start here so the million dollar question. How has twenty twenty seven for you. Twenty twenty has been absolutely twenty twenty <hes>. Here's the thing i will say this year. I have taken so many lessons away like just from you know. One of my biggest things is that it's the year. I really realized that the deepest gratitude and angst frustration annoyance high levels of annoyance more annoyance. All of this stuff is not mutually exclusive. So i think before i kind of had these things compartmentalized my head of like. Oh i'm so grateful everything. Life is amazing and then like everything sucks but like you can kind of experience. Both in i think twenty twenty has really proved that because we have been very fortunate and blessed with so many things. I'm able to work from home anyway stuff like that. But then you know we're not immune to the woes of this year and what has risen to the surface this year. Yep definitely ditto to all of the things <hes>. One of my favorite things that you have talked about this year is something you post on your instagram. You go thanks to twenty twenty. I now know exactly who do and do not want in miami apocalypse. It's so drew. I'm like people. I thought were potentially competent humans. And i'm like oh no. This is a much tighter circle than i thought it would be. Yeah so who is in your zombie apocalypse. All my gosh my family is although after how long has it been nine months of being locked them. They might. They might get pushed by. Kids might get pushed out some point. God bless him <hes>. let's see. Oh kristen beamer. I don't know if you're familiar with her. He is another foodi advocate <hes>. Struggle with crohn's all about like. She's tough as nails like she can go like she is. She is in my crew. She's locked in. She might be the founding member of these ambi- pashcal so it's a very small crew family and a couple friends. I mean really. that's all you need. That has it has to be enough to fit in your social pod. Anyways so totally. And we all have different specialties. It's perfect what about you. It's like a heist crew. You need a specialist in everything totally. My only thing is like cooking so if it ever gets to like. I can make some twigs and berries. Turn it into something. Oh my gosh. I mean for me while i so i live with my dog and she definitely would be part of the crew because she is small but she scares the crap out of anybody who can like only hear her so i feel like we could definitely hole up and maybe it would scare some of the zombies away and like a couple of my close friends. That have like the different specialties. I have a friend who's at. She would definitely be in there like. I have friends who are super strong. They would definitely be in there like bring all the equipment everything and also the laughs so really for sure. That's a good crew yet. Definitely so okay. Let's talk about food because that's kind of why we're here anyway <hes>. So you mention in your brief intro like you came into this career in this world because you want to figure out how was going to be the most sustainable way to eat with your family and make it healthy and make it taste good and everything like that. So how has your food. Philosophy shifted over the years. Yeah so early on. I feel like it's super confusing. And i always say this especially like as a new mom like there's so much narrative it makes you afraid of everything like don't sleep with a blanket sleeper the willingness this way so i'll outweigh eat. This don't eat this so you know kind of set early mom alarm off in my head like oh my god ripois inning ourselves. So initially i landed kind of in this paleo world because not because it's you know exactly what our ancestors ate but because it seemed like what our bodies have taken so long to evolve to be able to process and function with like scientifically speaking. It
Shifting your food philosophy and Cultivating a more positive relationship with food for kids, with Michelle Smith
"Since you have not been on the podcast in like literally two and a half years. It would probably be a good idea for you to reintroduce yourself perfect. I am michelle of the whole. Smith's i started my career out Kind of on a whim. Because i was exploring how our family eats and trying to figure out what is the best healthiest way for us to eat as a family at i soon after started sharing that journey on my blog the whole smith's and subsequently now have in two cookbooks with healthy family friendly recipes that are really easy to make and have recently launched my own podcast get wealthy that talks about other aspects of wellness that we aren't really talking about as much as food and diet or sorry. Diet and exercise i think diet and exercise get all the glory but there's so many other components so that's me love that. Hey this is me in a thirty second blurbs which is so funny because like normally whenever we talk or like whenever i interview somebody like how much time do you have like. Go for. Forty five minutes talking about myself. I'm like well. This is your interview on the podcast. You conduct about whatever you like you. Whereas i'm like this is super awkward. Let me like condensed time. Line started a blog. Some cookbooks now podcast. Let's go exactly. We'll say okay. Let's start here so the million dollar question. How has twenty twenty seven for you. Twenty twenty has been absolutely twenty twenty Here's the thing i will say this year. I have taken so many lessons away like just from you know. One of my biggest things is that it's the year. I really realized that the deepest gratitude and angst frustration annoyance high levels of annoyance more annoyance. All of this stuff is not mutually exclusive. So i think before i kind of had these things compartmentalized my head of like. Oh i'm so grateful everything. Life is amazing and then like everything sucks but like you can kind of experience. Both in i think twenty twenty has really proved that because we have been very fortunate and blessed with so many things. I'm able to work from home anyway stuff like that. But then you know we're not immune to the woes of this year and what has risen to the surface this year. Yep definitely ditto to all of the things One of my favorite things that you have talked about this year is something you post on your instagram. You go thanks to twenty twenty. I now know exactly who do and do not want in miami apocalypse. It's so drew. I'm like people. I thought were potentially competent humans. And i'm like oh no. This is a much tighter circle than i thought it would be. Yeah so who is in your zombie apocalypse. All my gosh my family is although after how long has it been nine months of being locked them. They might. They might get pushed by. Kids might get pushed out some point. God bless him let's see. Oh kristen beamer. I don't know if you're familiar with her. He is another foodi advocate Struggle with crohn's all about like. She's tough as nails like she can go like she is. She is in my crew. She's locked in. She might be the founding member of these ambi- pashcal so it's a very small crew family and a couple friends. I mean really. that's all you need. That has it has to be enough to fit in your social pod. Anyways so totally. And we all have different specialties. It's perfect what about you. It's like a heist crew. You need a specialist in everything totally. My only thing is like cooking so if it ever gets to like. I can make some twigs and berries. Turn it into something. Oh my gosh. I mean for me while i so i live with my dog and she definitely would be part of the crew because she is small but she scares the crap out of anybody who can like only hear her so i feel like we could definitely hole up and maybe it would scare some of the zombies away and like a couple of my close friends. That have like the different specialties. I have a friend who's at. She would definitely be in there like. I have friends who are super strong. They would definitely be in there like bring all the equipment everything and also the laughs so really for sure. That's a good crew yet. Definitely so okay. Let's talk about food because that's kind of why we're here anyway So you mention in your brief intro like you came into this career in this world because you want to figure out how was going to be the most sustainable way to eat with your family and make it healthy and make it taste good and everything like that. So how has your food. Philosophy shifted over the years. Yeah so early on. I feel like it's super confusing. And i always say this especially like as a new mom like there's so much narrative it makes you afraid of everything like don't sleep with a blanket sleeper the willingness this way so i'll outweigh eat. This don't eat this so you know kind of set early mom alarm off in my head like oh my god ripois inning ourselves. So initially i landed kind of in this paleo world because not because it's you know exactly what our ancestors ate but because it seemed like what our bodies have taken so long to evolve to be able to process and function with like scientifically speaking. It
Jets Let Raiders, and a First Win, Slip By
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"ripois" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
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There's no it's a democracy in this whole investing process got it so I can come to the table. Grandma graduate from high school or college and Grandma gives me five hundred bucks. I mean this is hypothetical. My grandma did not give me five hundred bucks but let's just say that happen. I could go and I could try to you know buy something nice and ipod or whatever ipad or I could put five hundred dollars into a real estate investment and become a real estate investor with that money as low as five hundred bucks yeah okay. Here's what what happened. What was going on before for your company came out like what is new in the industry that allowed your company to come in and step in and be able to do this and now you're making real estate investing approachable by the average? Joe People you know who might not know a lot about real safe but they have a little bit to invest yeah. I see where the idea kind kind of came from. I think it was a perfect storm through my story of of just might my journey in life everything at that point in time this kind of logging doc pass the kind of all that coming together so I was taught to syndication business late in the nineteen nineties and there's some very wealthy individuals is really ripois. Club is Craig. Don't share this went. They went out of the of the young guy at the table. I was fortunate. I got like twenty three twenty four years old. I'm like this is great but I saw a lot of things that never sat well. My stomach business was like a very win lose type of model they had always win them and in growing up or that. I had very hardworking parents were class mother schoolteacher for thirty seven years other China's China's retail trade. She's really pretty much living off her pension today more than anything else they really screw up the wealth bladder. Kinda see them kind of always struggled economically at the same time and then kind of going into what I did is kind was perfect storm for this kind of okay I wanNA become successful but Pomona help people out it and learn a lot technology a little bit along the way because as bill might companies over the years has always doing emails nells in databases and what was the first thing I think it was the first friend to have a palm pilot back in the day in storing contacts is running that the late ninety it was a very natural evolution for me to get into technology on things so I was thinking. Oh yeah there's technology their social media today. Alice's there's this new regulatory law there and now I can offer this product to the everyday person all these parts together. My brain's Kinda connected. It developed okay so you mentioned a word syndication. Could you share with the audience what that means and how did you play your spot in that because you were young when you when you got kicked off into that yes syndication for me mind my definition syndication optic. Ralph defined works differently is is in the capital raising world is when you need a raise dollars for something it could be for business a restaurant the real estate deal it could be the start company seeing the lout in you get a bunch of people together any syndicates divided up so he get ten people vini arrays with a million dollars make tangible for one hundred thousand dollars in syndicated deal so it's kind of aggregating funds from multiple artists at the end of the day so. I had a lot of background doing that since the late ninety s as top that business out of structured deals. How's that were cows. How's everything more components complexities of that and basically what I'm doing today is to in that scene thing but on super steroids. It's because we're applying technology is here. Don't do dinners. You don't have phone conversations where everyone's online real time the bank information center over in real all the time so it's a it's it's the same premise that's more kind of online using technology to do things okay so you got the idea. Tell us about the day that you got the idea for for your company or you and your partner like how did you how did you go from. We had the idea to rolling rolling it out because what I'd like to share with the audience is not only the process of you know of building a real estate company building a company that serves the real estate community so loved to hear some your insights insights in the story there. There's probably more stories attached that so so at this point in time I have a an investment firm and let's see I think thirteen or fourteen and for that firm we were buying distressed assets and lending lending on distressed assets then I was thinking I also big undoing a five year plans. I think was thirteen as like okay in eighteen I wanna be all and multifamily just follow up market cycles so I had put all that together and then I saw some these laws get passed popping up and I saw how we had a solicit investors in constraints. We had an analysis ole. Mike God you could you this to light anybody you just gotTa get this all to the SEC in apply technology do it. I don't have to have all these sales people anymore. Complaining About Commission Shacks Uneven Neither. I'm like this is great. That's kind of dawned on me right there. Okay and that's what I kind of. Germany did in like okay. What's the product in I already kind of a business plan together of my five year plan on being bullied the multifamily space kind of had the product. They're on in in place so then it was okay. sense greats not have the idea what I wanna do them looking around me and I have twenty five employees employees to a hired for completely different business tech guys here. I got Nolan tax that was the other thing is like I need to get a security in private equity guy in here to not having on that's like this is gonNa cost in your way to get these vehicles going and complexities of every time Tom I had to hire an attorney. Now everything to do is kind of security and so kind of Sirte I gotta find somebody exit link up with and that's when I kind of reached out in down my partner. It will happen to be a corporate security attorney and became from private equity world as well and had a background commercial real estate so it was kind of like one of those moments like yeah. I'm excited them like a lot of work to do now. I gotTA figure this out. Do I do with Lisa police for my other business business. So short story is I had to wind that went down and started. This went pretty much the partner when peace at times build it up where we are today so now her office eating percent people tech marketing so making the pivot from the traditional world of of how real estate was done right so you'd solicit an investor you'd find a deal and then you'd go out to the investor network and you'd pull out your palm pilot or your rolodex serve whatever you guys had a briefcase full of business cards and you'd start calling on the investors right so now comes technology and he had sales guys like hitting the phone calls being being bang in hint phones all day now comes a day of technology now when you come across the deal. What does it look like for you guys in your company a big difference in the digital age coming in two thousand nine hundred thousand ten that change everything as well. Aso You've I you had the whole kind of the whole world chain so isn't really to adapt that situation. I don't think that was difficult so I think people are more and more are doing more things online the customer they're. They're online more now than ever so it's it's every year. It gets a little bit easier and easier on your customer. There's live data out there and everybody's kind of doing it. In the beginning stages. No is a little different right. You're you're miss mixing traditional ways to do things so one. What we've done is when we got while by the with this current offering is usually what you tried to do is fill the whole fund in six months time period in so we really opened the door stress on June seventeenth is when we lower the minimum to you up to five hundred dollars in we have a six month time periods to fill up so we could use that money to purchase the properties were taken down one to two profits per month now with us close in that fund out in probably in February and so by doing that is every time we I property. We we do webinars throughout the digital world. We talk about it. we we talked about our structures reached process. Would you find such Asian. Shen you realty education advanced education education. what I mean by that is some really big now to perform a work so whatever it is whatever that person business alive. It's awareness New Peoples Lavish is kind of one one one one anchalee buys to that but in some cases we the more complex with that we're using data technologies out there deliver the right context right person so based on what your interest is right kind of content piece so we're really moving shake in with that with that. That's the technology world laid match domestic consumer using the data. May I is like okay. I don't no not this product brand new idea. What the hell you're talking about Drake's. Maybe it's more of a financial literacy content piece first awareness of what this is all about the portfolio's whereas if you're someone who's Magnolia about has no idea about real estate. We'll get the real estate conversation and then there's a lot of people are dislocate eight. You just tell me what it is any bulls in weight point you in that direction as well so it's really a lot of moving parts on around so that's kind of been the first three years assistance understanding building technology around that which is not something like. Ecu that and re time you try to find a developer Google losing office in your backyard steals. Them pays place as much money as forums. That's come to chunks. Today's market is more getting team in place but we got pretty good team in place. We're we're. We're exciting what we're doing.
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"This is press play. I'm Madeline brand. We'll take a guess, at which California county has the highest intended number of cannabis cultivation permits. It is not Humboldt county. It's Santa Barbara county. It also may lead the pack in complaints about the fumes generated from marijuana growing. Those upturn noses have been mobilizing in recent months to stop the growth in growing. Joining us to talk about this is Nick Welch executive editor for the Santa Barbara independent Hynek. Hey, how are you? I'm great. Thanks. Okay. Well, first of all, why are there so many cannabis grow licenses in Santa Barbara county? Why does it lead the state in the numbers? This is great climate throwing PR and cannabis apparently really likes to follow the piano, sort of the natural terrain and climate is reason number one. But reason number two is we had a huge number of pre existing medicinal cultivate going on in Santa Barbara. Saudi for medicinal cannabis use. And so when the law changed to allow recreational when the voters approved pop sixty four all these pre-existing operations into so far gray market, Ripois and ready to go, a whole lot of the licenses that we hear about here in Santa Barbara where essentially thirty one percent of the licenses and the state of California are from Santa Barbara county. We have one percent of the population of two percent of the land mass, so it's just ridiculous disproportionate to some sense of statistical homogeneity. So basically a third of all of them are in Santa Barbara county. You're saying and basically from what I understand. It's because the county allowed these medical marijuana growers to be grandfathered into this new recreational with, with Neri any oversight like they just had to sign a one page, affidavit, so you can easily lie about. That. So, yeah, I it was essentially an honor system and you just signed it was really maybe two paragraphs and just I've been here. I've been doing and the county decided Rideau have the resources to track down, if they were or they weren't. So we're just going to forward, these affidavits onto the state as our good, housekeeping approval. When the state decides whether to accept these license applications for consideration. Okay. So they did that. And then, so now they're all these growing operations. Right. Right. And the chief complaint is that all of this marijuana just. Well, the odor is overwhelming odor. Is is the biggest most obvious complaint. There is it's not the only way but in certain parts of Santa Barbara county in southern tip. We have a city happen to rea-, which is may vary by the sea, now it's Mayberry, by the weeds, and you had all these. Greenhouse growers set up shop there in the sixties, and as, as a cut flower industry got wiped out by international trade. These greenhouse rowers may of whom pretty hardcore Republicans, you know, with Ronald Reagan pictures up there their room was, you know, shaking hands decided that the best pass to salvation and evolution laying cannabis. And so they have really led the charge in terms of greenhouse production and greenhouses, you get your show. So you're in constant flowering cycle. It's not like once or twice a year. If constantly flour and events has to top of the roof off the heat. The heat goes out, and depending on where you are what time it really sinks, and depending smelling like weed. No, here's a Joe people actually thought this was a serious conspiracy theory for a while. That there was so much pot growing. That's cannabis growers were planting dead skunks on the side of the road. So people could say, oh, there's that's what you're smelling. The weed, there's Santa Barbara high school Santa Barbara area, high school is located on the main drag it has the most greenhouses highway one ninety two and full while there it was the teachers would come in early in the morning day platforms. It was very intense. I spoke to a woman who lives, very near their Jonas, busy, though. And she was telling me, you know, it makes her eyes burn. It gives a headache, she had to have 'em is her grandkids who have asthma won't come over. And visit so some people claim is really, really intrusive. Other people say it's a nuisance. I or a bother, or I knows it, it really doesn't throw me off my, my strike. Meanwhile, you have all these wineries in the area, and I think. They're getting a little mapped that Yoder might be turning off some visitors like people don't wanna come visit and taste their wines. And by their ones, it's hard to enjoy a glass of wine. If you're being buffeted by heavy duty odors of plant in full flower, now, a little critical, I mean, let's be honest. If one buzz versus the next, yeah, it's supposed voice. And a lot of people have have pointed this out that, hey, when the wine industry post moved here about twenty years ago, they were the pillagers and destroyers of the environment, and they were coming in and clear heading the oath, and there were ballot initiative saves ios his wine industry. Why destroy all the wine industry has figured out how to accommodate as heirs now the ones who are having the furniture of rearranged? I will say, though, that there is sort of overstated, but amongst some of the canvas rollers I've talked to. I have a high handed attitude or hey, you know, we're movie and real use pesticides like they do. And they go really acknowledge it say are disrupting people say are having people move over to make room for them. And I think that, that is part of the problem is a reality. I mean, if you've invested millions of dollars in, in terms of something that can be tasted into taste experiences being intruded on that makes a difference. He other thing here is the speculative pressure. This has on land prices rents, I spoke to a woman up in law, which is very poor town, the north of the county. She ran a children's Jim place and a canvas operation came in and bought the property that she had been renting. She wasn't allowed even to apply. They weren't even willing to consider her. And the rent says HR after she left about ten times higher. And everybody has his ideas is, this is a new gold rush. And they've charging rents accordingly. And really know if question is going to happen or train materialize right now, it's a lot of promise, but there's a liberties have yet to be saying Nick Welch executive editor for the Santa Barbara independent putting about the reservoirs into so much. Hey, thank you very much. So how.
"ripois" Discussed on KGO 810
"Has attended a banquet hosted by Queen Elizabeth. The formal state dinner marked, only the third time in American president has been so honored by Queen, Elizabeth the second and I'm so glad that we have another opportunity to demonstrate the immense importance that both our countries attach to our relationship. The American leader hinted of the difficult Brexit process. Freedom sovereignty, self-determination, the rule of law, and reference for the rights, given to us by almighty, God, I'm Bob Costantini. The house has approved in nineteen billion dollar disaster relief package, sexist Republican Kay, Granger supported the Bill, the communities affected by storms in two thousand eighteen and twenty nineteen have been waiting for these critical resources for months now but it was fellow Texan ship ROY who was among the three GOP congressman who held up passage last week, citing the process of unanimous consent. The american. People send their representatives to Washington to represent them. They deserve to see how we boat. But when I still had a problem with the Bill, I'm still troubled Ripois to spend nineteen billion that has not paid for mobile. Racking up approximately one hundred million dollars an hour in national debt. The Senate is already passed the Bill and President Trump indicates he will sign it. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Authorities are still trying to determine why Virginia Beach city worker killed twelve people before dying in a shootout. With police correspondent Miguel Marquez is a motive still mystery the shooter's resignation. Email short and concise writing, it has been a pleasure to serve the city, but due to personal reasons. I must relieve my position, the city manager saying shooters job was not under threat his work satisfactory with no issues of discipline ongoing. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average closed up five points, the SMP fell eight, the NASDAQ off one hundred twenty I'm Ann Cates..
"ripois" Discussed on Workplace Perspective
"Allen in looking more. Specifically the statute, a lot of things that jump out at me as really concerning from an applicant perspective and the employees perspective. But let's start with this requirement naked individ- lives, and that we talked about where does it employer even start given the factors? I get why the factors in there at makes perfect sense. But even having those factors in there who's the employer start. Let's start with the definition to help everyone out. Exactly, what are we talking about what a conviction is? And this notion of conviction history recall, earlier, we discuss all of the things that you cannot ask about Iressa the did result in convictions. The diversions the convictions that have been dismissed all of those are off the list. What is on the list is convection into conviction. The definitions not something new for employers in the sense that. This new legislation uses the same definition as we find in the earlier labor code deal on the books, and then that is a conviction includes a plea verdict or finding guilty. And it doesn't matter whether the sentence has been imposed by the court again, you can ask about arrests for which the employee is out on bail or his own reconnaissance, ending the trial, and another thing to recall that in California. If someone has had a sustained petition as juvenile five juvenile court, meaning that they were eighteen years, or under that is not considered a conviction. So if they have something that accidentally shows up on the record, which shouldn't, but sometimes does, by the juvenile court, meaning they were eighteen years or younger, that is not a conviction. So what you're going to find. Is that again, looking at the nature and gravity, the time that has passed the nature of the job as I said before? A lot of times, the things that the employer will be provided with a conviction, but it will simply say, hey penal code number. And it will not tell the employer of thing about the fact though. Who are real, easy example, and see how simply knowing the number is not enough to solve this problem that has been put worth that is how serious was this doesn't really relate to the jerem an example. Let's say for instance a banking institution seeking tellers. Obviously, he would certainly find it relevant to know that a candidate for employment and been convicted of colonial grand theft of money, five years earlier, when they were employed as a cashier for a retail outlet now in the last few years, California, defines, basically, grand theft, that is the taking of goods or money or services in the amount of nine hundred fifty dollars or more. Anything under nine hundred fifty dollars is now considered any theft, and then it's been raised in the last three or four years. So in contrast consider the same perspective, employer that they've learned the candidate had been convicted for colonial grand theft, only to find out that the conviction. Was based on the fact that the candidate in two other girlfriends when shoplifting for a couple of pairs of expensive jeans and 'cause medics from the local shopping mall when they were eighteen years old. You can see that, that could make a great difference in how one would look at that perspective applicants. To understand that those limits have changed over the year and each subsequent change in the law. What used to be in offense is all of a sudden, not an offense anymore or what it was before, isn't a serious as it is now. And I think that's really challenging employers particularly true with her Khadyka fits, California, in the last couple of years things with a had been felonies for let's say almost a hundred years in our state suddenly, have become misdemeanors. So the legislature does not use simple possession of methamphetamine, heroin, opiates, particularly marijuana as serious offense in the same way that they used to just a couple of years ago. There are many ways in which individuals can go and take that off the record that will Scott in just a moment. About this in preparing for today's talk. There's the California code of regulations, and I forget the section number, but that the time this past is really important because if you're trying to use a conviction I believe it seven years older. Correct. Yeah. If you're using a conviction that seven years or older, there's this presumption that that's not good enough. So as an employer you wanna keep that in mind, they're trying to save exactly what you've been talking about if it's too old hangs of likely change and that condition, probably doesn't mean now what it meant then correct? That's really to tell code regulation, section one one zero one seven and that provides for seven years. I can tell you from experience with perio- court judges that traditionally we've used anywhere from seven, but usually ten years as a wash up period is what it's called, so an individual picked up a grand theft of the been off. Ovation now for seven to ten years. They let a lawful life. It was their only offence. The court is more likely to withdraw that plea and seal that record. And that's what we call that washout, period. And the reason is, there's a lot of research pointing that, unfortunately, young people eighteen through twenty five their brains are still developing. They are not able to foresee the serious consequences than violations of the law could happen. Everybody knows when they're in college or high school age. We've all done things that we look in the past and say my God, but was thinking the legislature is now taking that into account and saying, what these people did something who wish when they were young. They really didn't think through it was nonviolent. Let us give them a second chance, ten years as past their now adult and let's really take a look now they've grown up how they're contributing to the community. We. I should not forbade them for the rest of their life to becoming a valuable member of our working community. And that's really the logic behind it, and in anti-subversion at the building sign, I had been in is, as the my employer clients to start looking now at all of their job, description and to start making some of these initial assessments about the types of convictions that with likely disqualifying applicant like you've just not. So depending on the circumstances, someone with that say fraud conviction with likely be disqualified from holding the position of thanked Heller depending again on the circumstances. But I think at least thinking ahead and sort of conducting this type of the Cessna heels gonna go a long way in helping an employer to sort of short circuit, any claims of discriminatory hiring practices, because there are some things that you have to determine on the spot at the time that if you've already been thinking about it, and you looked at the serious things that would prevent someone absolute obvious things, then you really know along. Way toward not making impulse deficient. You've already thought it through which is really what the statutes about is an employer being able to show that they have thought about it saved looked into they've considered the job versus conviction. How is this realistically going to impact it, and that's really all the statute is wanting them to do? So one of the things I find concerning about the statues is the timeframe for the applicant to respond now. I can't imagine that there's much an applicant can do in essentially Hyndai's time to fix anything. They have initially five days to respond, if they want to challenge the preliminary decision not to give them the job, and then what they notified employer that they get an additional five as overall. We looking at ten days, what can somebody do in that anything realistic, but really is kind of short and unless the client really has paperwork or information that they've kept over the years. The really isn't a lot to do for instance. The timeframe is really too short or. For an applicant to seek judicial remedy such as the dismissal example due to the backlog has been created. It can take up to six to eight weeks or longer in many counties for individuals to petition and for the court to order, dismissal of a conviction. I could be something as simple as a petty theft, a drug conviction. It's kind of automatic, but it's a backlog thing, it, it can take up six to eight weeks. It will take you in a few weeks longer, because the court will immediately notify the California Department of Justice, and they will change that raft sheet that criminal history, and it will take a little bit longer for that to be affected. And that's exactly what the employers you're looking at a thing to remember, also is that wherever the conviction was sustained that is the county in which the crime occurred, and the defendant was sense. That's the county in which an applicant has to seek judicial relief, so that can add additional time to what's going to happen. Because sometimes it's done by mail or trying to find counsel. So there's a lot of difficult things that come that ten days. That's the minimum I see nothing in the law that if an employer was really interested in an applicant that they can't grant them longer ten days is the minimum law that has to be done to fulfill the requirement and that's really too short for people to do. Net statutory requirement and you're right. There's absolutely nothing that they can't do one last point on that my best advice to any applicant who maybe perspective employees who's listening to us today is, it's never too soon to seek relief. In other words, even before you're considering looking for a job, contacted attorney or fifth at petition in and seek judicial relief. If you're entitled to it because, you know, it's going to take a couple of months to do it start now before you apply. I've had situations where employers are more than willing finding out that the employee has already taken time to file a petition in court. They will grant them that extra time to see if the court dismisses it, meaning that if a court dismisses it that they can't considered in the criminal history. And as far as the employer is concerned, the individual has cleaned criminal history. So Dr now don't wait. Absolutely, especially if you know there might be something there. Now, he advocate does provide an employer with evidence, either documentation or an explanation to just something in the conviction history are there any red lives from your experience, that employers should be looking for. Really times. We will find that the candidate really doesn't have accurate documentation to provide to the employer. It's not that common that the client will have police reports which would certainly clear up the matter that the employer can read to see how serious or non series. The matter might have been guilty plea forms on the other hand contain statements of the offense. But I found a lot of times plants. Don't have that in our age of computers. Now, many times, get that information directly from the court, particularly the guilty plea form the type of sin another thing that I've been asked my clients to do that, if they will waive the attorney client privilege. I'm happy to provide a letter to the employer or the attorney who handle the matter, usually has the appropriate documentation to revive to the employer. So the employer there's nothing to say. Once we get to the appropriate time frame that. You know Mr. employer. You may be to my attorney or my turn is happy to provide you with anything that you need to clear this matter up. And usually I found that the employers are very grateful for that kind of information. It saves them time, it's as than money. And it puts them in a position where they can really evaluate the things that are required by statue. When we earlier, also mentioned that you were getting a number as clients say, hey, hi, putting advocated for this job. There's a problem with my criminal history, and the employers willing to wait for me. And that's been the trend that they see employee's that they really really want. And but for the fact that they have this one thing on their criminal history, they would instantly hunter them, so they're willing to wait to see if things can be cleared up in court and ninety nine out of one hundred times it's successful happy to hear that. I think it's. Just a terrific trend and I'm hoping that the statute really does have the long term effect that the legislation intense now before we wrap things up for today. What are some other takeaway from today's program that you think people should be aware of Hartford award from the perspective, Ripois point of view? If you have a criminal conviction on your record right now check with an attorney, or a local public defender in the county in which you sustain that conviction, you may be eligible to take advantage of judicial relief, such as this missile perhaps, the ceiling of record and you should do so immediately. Don't wait to see employment. Do it immediately from the employer's point of view. If the conviction history is the only thing standing in the way of hiring candidate really take our close long. Look, those factors of three factors that are listed by the statute again. The nature and gravity is one thing to go in and steal carton of cigarettes from the target and in those days in my. Been on your record showed that you had a commercial burglary. It's quite another situation that someone goes into the very, same store and clean them out for hundreds of thousands of dollars of merchandise. How long is the time that's passed between that again, people change over time they become more serious? They get married. They have children responsibilities and things. Let's call them sins of our youth. We grow up we change. And that's something really take into a look that if you've gone ten or more years, and you haven't had those same problems, more likely than this was an aberration in your life, and then, again, the nature of the job, if you're going to be someone who is not handling money and you're going to be driving a truck. The question is, does it really matter if at the time, you stole a candy bar when you are nineteen years old or that hack of cigarettes. Is that really? Something that's related to your skills to drive cross country to do other types of jobs to be working construction. Probably not so the relationship of the.
"ripois" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Two hundred eighty five pound guy, making a sharp turn putting all the pressure on that shoe? No. And we've seen shoes blow out before Manu Ginobili Bruce Bowen, Matt Bonner, how did Matt Bonner blow out a shoe, right? I can understand you nobly if I cut his like, I'm gonna watch this. I'm going to show that I'm athlete doctored. Yeah. But if Nike embraces this and just says, these are on proof, they you can't tear these things but have Zion only in with you. If he's going to the NBA, and that shoe sponsor then because Nike was getting roughed up a little bit last night. And I like that you know, where the little yeah. Well, they Nike does have a big shoe contract with coach K, I think he's their highest paid coach and that deal goes through like twenty twenty seven or something crazy like that. But yeah, I think he SPN was called out because they weren't mentioning the shoe company. I I don't know if you needed to mention the shoe company he saw it on TV. It's pretty clear I'm like, I can kind of guess what? What shoe you wear who? You're sponsored by with that. But man, I didn't brace it Zion proof Zion. Is it? What's going to happen in that shoe? They should auction it off for charity. Yes. Someone's gonna pay a couple of people right after it happened. Are you making plans to get that shoe for the man cave? And I went gosh. It's too soon for fritzy to Paul Duke. Yeah. Too late to after the Orion after he's cleared to play. Can we have that? Yeah. Hey. Good news with Zion, man. I'm really really happy. They just going to be able to play sorry for the loss and can either shoe decided like we got out. Whoa. Yeah. Fritzy had a mock headline right away. Ripois was even better. Yeah. Well, paulie, I gave the plus one. So I don't remember. It was no you fritzy, I said something like North Carolina shoe in. And then points, I'm like, you know, put talking. Right away. It was to sue. But after I realized that it was just a mild knee sprain than I thought. It was still pretty funny. We'll take a break here. We got play of the day coming up another stat of the day or two as well. We'll talk some hoops Darren Revell Darren reveal the what is official title sports business reporter. Okay. Okay. He'll join us. He was all over this Nike. He thinks Nike stock is going to take a hit today because because it has the whole talk rebel little bit later on Dan dockage, the former college basketball player at Indiana. And now a broadcaster for the mothership will join us a little bit later on his we'll take a break play the day next here on the Dan Patrick show in sports at trade can make or break.
"ripois" Discussed on The Confessionals
"Study Eric Phelps his writings Vatican, assassins in their favorite tool forgetting people with Ripois. So I didn't trust anybody. So I finally met with just a Paul, and she starts to, you know, ask a bunch of questions, and I said, let's let's just change the topic a little bit here. I have a document. It's called cremants Lucci. Tutsi onus the Konosuke Shen. I translated at out of a Latin and I'm deeply disturbed, and you do know the Bishop McManus spent most of his time in Rhode Island with his gay lover. And she says, oh, we need to be compassionate. I said I have been compassionate. I have people that are gained my family in. You know, what here's the deal? None of my people in my family are lying openly and dick making declarations against the gay people. They're not hiding this. And yet he is he's hiding it. In order for him to go up the ranks to cardinal cardinal it, and I should burn the more. He's involved in much more than just that. Then she caved in and said, listen can't we just be friends. I says I'm done with the Catholic church. The Catholic church broke away. She says what do you want me to do? I just had open heart surgery. I'm in my eighties. What do you want me to do? And I said sister if you can continue being a part of this group, this whole Catholic church debts on your conscience. But with all the studies and everything I've come up with for me to continue a day furthering. This is sin. I cannot be in alignment you guys. That's when she says, but we've educated. You can't we be friends, and I said sister, I can be friends with you. And I don't have a problem being friends with you will act to that meeting. I go home. She gives me an Email with the name of the guy who she she basically dropped the hint in let me know as being follow twenty four hours a day seven days a week. I went to someone who had much to say worked with government. And I said who is this guy? Oh, yeah. That that guy works with the CIA. I was like what? The CIA as following me. That doesn't make any sense now, I'm really whipping out. Okay. Because a newspaper reporter walked in my house years before this disclosure, and he said he asked me to do let anybody know that we were gonna have a meeting and get together face to face. I said not until about an hour and a happy said, no, no, no within twenty minutes. Did you call? Anyone said, no, they're all at work. I call my sister to let her know them newspapers come in here to talk with me in a week or so, but everyone was at work. I didn't call my sister until then too. So I didn't call anybody within twenty minutes. He says I get a call, and I was threatened with my my life, David dorm, Spencer, new leader my life was threatened. And I'm deeply concerned for you. I should I'm so sorry. You don't need to take this story on he says, I will take the story on he says. But you do you do you your phone? Is is tapped because he's like do you have a cell phone? I said, no, I don't have a cell phone at all. I have a normal phone that goes into the Jack there, he says, no, no, no. You phone is tapped. He says, please be very careful. So now, I have that. Then I've got people following me. And I've got all this other weird stuff going on. So I said forget it. I'm done I'm done with this. So I'm like totally Josh to have given a lot of my time in Aker in energy for free for over seven years. I've even given my car away to victim survivor. Okay. And I I was barely surviving myself. And I'm like, I can't do this. I'm burnt out. And there's no help there's nobody I have to just get a new I have to renew myself. So that's when I ended up getting the truth about the bigger picture, and that Massachusetts is not the only state that's or infected by the Vatican politics, and that this has been going on for many many years, but it's our entire country. And so. I moved to Texas renew. My love for Christ getaway from all of this stuff. And I and I say, okay, God, what do you want me to do? And so this was a beautiful time. This was a time regeneration. This was a time of figuring out the things that would would make me in terms of like, what would make me overjoyed to wake up. What would make me happy to to what what could I do in service to others that would be alignment with Mike my new self, you know, I'm no longer none in. So that's when I started to study different kinds of lawful in legal remedies. So I started to go to classes leg creditors in commerce. I went from truth to more true to war truce to more true. In started to realize successes actually helped get some people out of jail. Some one person out of prison. There's to be there for over a decade. I got him out year and a half. And I started to you do other commercial remedies, and that when things started workout awesome for me big time, and I started to do seminars and very rewarding because the suffering. I went through as a result of losing the remedy with with the Commonwealth versus Joseph jakulan with that case. I started to get an understanding how courts really operated in that. You know, there is a design, and that, you know, the core is basically a Bank in they're not going to be you know, just trying to help out the little. Ersan most situations they're gonna be working with with you know, there's an outcome. That's already predetermined before you get into the court. So when I started the wake up to these kinds of truth while while while what if I start to use these remedies and sure enough I had tremendous success from the year of two thousand nine up until I think it was two thousand fourteen or fifteen is when I stopped. Because after two thousand twelve some of the remedy was shut down. And then they keep shifting and changing every six months, the judge or judges would meet Nevada and say if you see paperwork like this you need to check it out. Now, we've got systems that are looking into the documents on encouraging people to look more into doing things by handwriting. Instead. So at that point, that's when I had a new specialization. And then to a degree where in two thousand twelve I held a seminar. The FBI wanted to meet with me. And I knew in advance. They wanted to meet with me because I have people nervous column saying my nephew was just threatened by the FBI. He didn't give your address and your number information and everything to them that they were going to prosecute him for something. Like, wow, I said, that's really not nice. And so, of course, my, quote, unquote, friend divulged everything to to the FBI in I knew so I stayed up all night, not prepared powers of attorney. I had all my documents. I got everything ready. I had no idea what they wanted me to talk about. So I wanted to be ultra ready just in case. And so. I call their belts should Eric. Can you please invite any in all federal agents for free to come to my seminar because they obviously want to meet with me, and I have no problem eating with them. So he did he put up a huge article about the the seminar and offered all thoroughly to come for free. But they still have to sign a nondisclosure, and they can't come in their in their federal pass once they get to the door, they become their own individual capacity. So then they, you know, so then I don't treat them any differently. And I could speak the whole truth in my class, not withhold anything because the bottom line of what I was teaching in my classes was here's the system in. Here's how it works in. I'm not hiding. Here's the whole truth. And I divulged everything I didn't hide everything came out. So now in the meeting with the FBI there was two gentlemen. They didn't stick a badge in my face. They were very core. Oh, very kind wonderful individuals actually, really nice guys. And I had two gentlemen with me. So that I could have a witness, and they called me, and this was probably like a week later. So I wasn't I thought they would meet within two days of my friend being contacted. So I I let it come and go the comical part is I ordered a painting for one of the teachers Jack Smith in it's it was a beautiful Kinkaid painting. And I wanted to award him that so I run into the ladies room have to use the ladies room, real quick. And I thought it said actually called me because this was a couple thousand dollars painting. And I'm thinking I got to get this painting within one more day or else seminar is going to be over and I can't give him this award. So I hardly up and I pick up the phone banking. It's fed express. In highs. This Kyrie Burnham like who is this. Oh, this is agent. So and so at the FBI, I'm like, no. Oh, no. 'cause now I'm on a toilet in. That means if I get up it's gonna flush. So this is really not good. But I had my recorder and I never go anywhere without my recorder. And I didn't know what this was about some like, okay. I stretch to go get my record out of my briefcase in the toilet flushes in laughing to the FBI agent. I so how can I help you? And he says him we I'd like to meet with you. And I said is is there any investigations open regarding the name here, burn are, blah, blah, blah. He says, no, no, no, I wanna talk to you about so. And so. I said, okay. More than happy to help you. He says, can I meet you at your home? I said, well, you know, whether stages, right? I says I'm right there now he's like, yes. I know the stages I said, I'll I'll see you at two o'clock in the mercury room in the conference room says, of course. So they call me a half an hour before the meeting is arranged. And they say, hi, we just want to let you know where here early and that we don't want to meet with anyone other than you. And I said. That's the regional agreement is that we would meet at two o'clock and the stipulation is that there is gonna be two gentlemen likely presence. And they ask who is who the gentlemen, I said I'd like you to ask them when you meet with them. And I said like I said as per the original agreement, I will see you at two o'clock in the mercury room. So I got the water's ready now the water glasses ready because that's what they do. So they could get your fingerprints. And they didn't wash any badges, my friend, Jack said, they were quite nervous actually in the meeting, but they were lovely. They were lovely. We talked for a whole hour and in the end two years after that needing. I didn't know what they wanted. But in the meeting, they asked me, do you believe the pope owns us all through the collateralisation of birth certificates? And I feared clear the answer. Because first of all they never signed on disclosure with me. I'm not going to discuss any of the content in my class that I teach unless someone signs my nondisclosure might confidentiality agreements and all that stuff because the formation in the wrong hands some could hurt somebody in. It's it's not right. That's not the whole purpose of what I'm trying to do. So at this stage. He asks me what about the emergency in nineteen thirty three. And again, I don't answer him. I say I steer the conversation in a whole other direction and went completely off the topic. And then two years after that some with a clearance said, do, you know, the FBI actually had you down in their file in? It says she knows her stuff, but it didn't face stuff in. It says she would be a tremendous asset to us in that we would like to hire her as a CHS or CI or whatever they have all these little acronyms. And so it was like, oh, okay. That with that was all about in then that in order to access this information, only, congress would be able to give the album, numeric codes, or whatever whatever code. It was to be able to his when someone's being vetted by the FBI. They put you in the system in order to protect you. Because other people should know that you work with the PI, you know, all of this stuff. So of course, I didn't work with them. And I didn't contact them. I went I didn't know what anybody wanted for me at this time because. The same time. I started having strange things happened in my body. All right everybody that was part one of a two part show. If you're ready for par to right now. Go ahead and push play right now for everybody else who maybe needs to take a breather. Let their mind rest go relax a little bit go do some chores or air is do what you gotta do go to work or whatever. Because part two we waiting for you soon as you're ready to push play and still then remember the truth set you free, but I will piss you off. You never gonna make this a million other people with the same stuff different. And must think you're gonna hit it. But you just don't get it. It's impossible probable responsible too many obstacles, you gotta stop don't. You. Gotta take b. No more tell me what to do. I don't give a damn if you say disapprove make for movement penalty. To to these opinions positions. They come in and billions, they fishing. Trindon? Ever
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"Show at the public hotel called the exhibition. It's Michael Cruz. Kane. Hi, you were when you were talking about stuff Katie has like written for things, and I'm like, I can't spell or read you end the president. So you're in good true. Oh, well, yeah. Thank you for having me here to launch my presidential campaign, spelling no reading, that's our slogan. Wow. If you're like Trump, you can just pass out candy, which is what he did to the Senate in order to get enough LEGO. So that he could build his wall. He gave them candy hope to the meeting. He was passed out some skills and stuff. Wow. What worked with me is it skills? Specifically is that your candy of choice. Yeah. I know. I'm a person lead anything we were talking about drinking before and neither Michael. And I like drink that much, but it is strictly a gateway drug to pizza for me interesting. Yeah. I'm gonna say you don't need a gateway to pizza that pizzas. Just be directly in front of you. Well, that's beautiful bolt. I'm also running for president. And that's my slogan. He's in front of you. Thanks to behind you. That sounds about as good as the slogan so far that the Democrats have come up with. And I'm praying that they will come up with better ones. It's actually because I Ruth we're going to get along. But out the we are already competing candidates for presidency is tough. I think by the end of today. Yes. And also gave us out Caitlyn's a woman. I don't I just don't know she's qualified. Yes. Fair point. I'm gonna be mentioning your gender a lot in my campaign because that's all that matters larger point as you mentioned, I'm Canadian so I cannot be president of this country. Okay. I did not know that. So I didn't know that was a rule. So that's just one of the things we'll take your health-care and take your hockey and your delicious maple syrup and head on home because you are so lucky that you're not gonna have to sit through and wonder like are the Democrats going to be able to pull it together. Oh, my okay, we're gonna get all of this. I love the already hot on it. Let's do it guys. Let's get into topic number one. I love that freaking bell. So gal darn much. Oh, my this man is running for president will not swear love bells. So let's talk about the government shutdown. We're now on day twenty which means Ripois to break records. We're leaving many federal employees without work and more importantly without pay. This includes a wide range of people from the TSA to the coast guard to the secret service, people are pooping and parks. It's chaos pooping in the park soup and in the park. So let me ask you does this end soon. How does it end? I don't I don't think it's going to end soon. Like, I I'm actually quite terrified. I think my my saddest part with all of this is the inability for the Republicans to realize that there are human lives at stake, and that seems very evidence me, and then simultaneously that Democrats have not been able to lack of a better word capitalize on the lack of morality, which is what's going on. Because there are people who who live paycheck to paycheck and cannot feed their children never nevermind themselves. Right. I mean, I think event I mean, a has to end with Trump banking down at some point. I I think this point Republican party is still unified behind him. But we haven't heard a peep from McConnell since all this has happened. And I think at a certain point you're going to could be a positive outcome where Mitch McConnell and Trump get salmonella poisoning because they've made sure that there are no regulations for for meats, cheeses and vegetables right now on fish, so so there could be a positive outcome. I don't wanna just only harp on the negative, right? True. That's a really good point. I hadn't thought about that just yesterday. There was a whole back and forth on romaine is safe. Now. Wait, it's not safe now. Nobody's looking at the romaine. Romains back remains back for like a half hour. I think romaine remained for a little bit because. Yeah. Now with this government shutdown. I just don't know..