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"robin andrea" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

06:10 min | Last week

"robin andrea" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"From the season from the. Here's my here's my list. My list of what's bad about the season is longer spoiler alert. Okay and we've touched on a lot of these things. I will say in the bad column. Okay okay just preparing myself. Yes in the bed column. The rookies stood no chance against boston. Rob four point. Oh rob is not in any danger the entire season until we get to the final six jason. That looked rob is incredible but even in the in the first tribal council any little offense. That's mounted against him. He is able to just completely disarm where. There's just no drama whatsoever about will rob ever go home in the first travel council. He almost convinces christina just to give him like say. Hey give me your idol. And i'll think about keeping your house. Basically what he said as she almost doesn't like to eat from that moment you can just see like rob's got control and is just going to keep going down. The whole season probably. Yeah and married. This is a good or a bad be. Edit does not try to hide at all like you here. But boston rob tells us it's in the second or the third episode of and i'm gonna take her to the end because nobody will vote for her. Go to the episode nine. He calls his is taking that to the like okay. I think he thought. Originally he would go with. Natalie end ashley and yeah and then and then fill up ends up getting ahead of her and he tells or i'm going to take philip also with me to the end. They do not hide it whatsoever even in the previously on the jeff is like a boston rob is looking to get to the end and nobody can stand in his way. There's no sort of like obfuscation of ood. what could happen right. Yeah not a season. The is going to earn you a lot of points if you're looking for lots of changing dynamics and intrigue but for where what was it recently sometime recently a survivor season. Somebody called their shot early on and there were a lot of people expecting it to go a certain way because of that and it didn't end up panning out that way. It's kind of amazing to watch early. Like episode. four episodes six episode seven. He's just laying out his plan and it's happening and maybe maybe those sound were taken from later on down the season. It wasn't that early. But what would they do that. Make it seem like boston. Rob on nisshin as well. I mean i'm trying to think in the time when i was actually watching it. Did i think that. I think i just didn't want to believe it. I think i was such a big rob van that i was like no. You can't do. I'm going to be crushed. And that's gonna come back and win. Or or ashley is gonna pull it out away through. I think a lot of people were thinking like. Maybe we would grant will do something. He's been invisible. And and even now i mean hey you know their seasons where people play. Sure you weren't fewer days and have little bit of screen time and win the game. So it's not always. It's not always the case. But i i yeah actually attention. Anybody besides ride the whole season for it and i'm sure he did. You know. I think there's some times where it's rob grant and fill up. I think stealth getting together but yeah. That's a good point. Do we ever see grant. He the cake with robin andrea also and won't tell him but yeah grant is kind of zero on the entire season he also not happy at the reunion and also looks like jason. It seemed like that. Maybe he was so upset about how boston rob ended up betraying him that he had to move back to eighteen sixty two and live out the rest of his life as a peasant heels. Like old newsboy like extra extra guitar papers. I was so weird and the other thing about brands. Like i would like some story on grant i would like to know why grant as dreads. I'd like to know that what's behind that and the thing about grant rent you had to. Nfl on the season and they barely gets mentioned survivor. Typically loves or ex athletes and just talks to death about them. But you would only know grant was x. Nfl player if you read his little job title. We don't even get a conversation between the two and they never hit it off between slave and grants of that. You would think that in their line of work. We're not talking to steve about football. No football talk unless it's about the new england patriots and and talking about the edit of the season. It's it's weird as some of the more invisible characters. Like when i when julia goes home she met she off. Handley mentions that she has like three dollars in. Her house is in foreclosure. I was like. I would like to hear like what like something about that. And then they mentioned. Mike's iraq service like in the reunion yearly mentioned rather season. Yeah you suckers for all that stuff look we this season's about one person and robs rob's life. Yeah that's it. We don't have time for anybody else. Jason that do you think that russell was very upset when the philadelphia eagles through their week. Seventeen game against the washington football team Was he hated. They account you. Nfl players would not be trying to win a game. Like steve. what. I remember when steve. Ralph yeah in fairness to russell and i don't think highlighted us. His plan almost works. Mary backing up episode. Three like they like him and stephanie. Valencia almost pulled it off. They almost got. They had julie right there on this watch. I mentioned earlier. What's going on with julie and stephanie..

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"robin andrea" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:40 min | 3 months ago

"robin andrea" Discussed on How I Built This

"Because you are. In a very, very desirable market and growing very fast and. You've got a really strong brand. Is there a world where you could see an exit like that? I can't call that. In this moment, I'm very attached to my name. I think I can never say Lake Norman Zebra me and Robin and said, here's a chick for five hundred, million dollars. We. Don't know what that feels. That could happen. You know I. I can't honestly sit here and say to you knowing that that's intergenerational wealth knowing just the basic principles of compounding interest at a very low interest rate of what that will do for the legacy of our children our grandchildren, our great great great, and also tropical. For the community that we want to support, you can't rule that out. I can't have it out but I think that we can probably safely say. I mean I think it's hard for us to envision one because our personal is not for sale. So that's a that's a little tricky, but also the brands that we create. Each of those brands has a very powerful. Message behind them and like Andrei don't that don't belong that don't belong to US necessarily we see ourselves as the stuarts the purpose behind them. So if any exit or any acquisition, you know there would have to be some very strange stringent agreements behind that. I don't know that we can really think of any large wine companies that will be. In a position to to acquire what we think those are worth that would be able to pull the mission behind each of those brands not saying that it would never would happen. But I would I would probably say it would be now or anytime soon. I can't stop thinking about. Your Dad and what he would think about all this. How you got to this place Because so much of the story is unbelievable. I mean you didn't know the other sister existed. And then. You know once you're both grown up you eventually meat and then you form this incredible bond. And now you've built this highly successful brand. I just have to imagine that that your dad if he was sitting here right now. He which speed blown away. Well quite quite honestly, and now I'm speaking as a sister who never actually got to know him at all but from what I know of him I, don't think that he would have expected anything less from US I think that he also dreamed very big. You know he came from a very, very small and I say small like five hundred people or something country town in Alabama moved himself to Hollywood and became a part of that scene and an actor and. Everything that was kind of wild going on in Hollywood in the seventies and eighties and You know my my my understanding of him and my interpretation of of him is that you know sky's the limit like you you can and should do you know whatever you set your mind sue. So in my mind and I've thought about that before my mind I. Think I. Don't think he'd be surprised I think that if he was in our lives, he would have expected that we've done at least what we've done. Yeah and I think I think the context of. Our family has family of. His generation you know. Camden Alabama. You know our grandparents, our aunties and uncles our father picked cotton thir- sharecroppers. And I know in their lifetime. Never thought that they would see a black president I know that. So like Robbins said I think you know he dreamed really big expected this of us, but I think the expectation also comes from all of our family. In terms of what they did during the sixties and the fifties and love the things that they fought four so that Robert and I do what we do today. They must be so proud of trust US anti enemy is very proud. You can't go to her house without her pulling out Zine and telling you let me tell you anybody who listens to knock challenge her about her nieces but it is very true in our you know our aunts and our data was the youngest of like twelve. I think. So it's a very, very long generations. You know they grew up in rural Alabama just outside of summer. So you know they did they walked the Edmund Pettus Bridge, they were involved in the civil You know demonstrations and movements, and we're not unaware of of how close we are. You know and how our roots are. So intertwined with you know all of this this history and that we're we're not far from where all of it started so. we're in we were in agriculture. Back in agriculture. Like the history of black people in America is grounded in in Agriculture Andre and I actually have a photo were able to go and visit the the plantation house where our great grandparents were enslaved and where our father was born in the back and in the small house in the back. And I think that you know like his journey in life to move on from a lot of that difficult history was for the purpose of on his children Andrea and I being able to do something like exactly what we're doing. How much of of this story and and the success of this business you attribute to just your hard work and your intelligence, and how much do you think has has to do with luck for St Robin. I was ten, ninety, nine percent of it is our hardworking intelligence. And then there's a small percentage that I think is what people might refer to as luck but I really think it is your ability to recognize opportunity and take advantage of it. Same thing I feel like it's It's hustle. It's hard work, but it's smart hard work. In it's being able to identify opportunities when when other people don't are maybe can't see those opportunities to see it. Yeah, and then I think in terms of luck I don't know if I believe in Luck I. Think I think you. You prepare yourself you're ready and then if if an opportunity presents itself, then you're the right person the right place of the right time. To stay ready. Yup Stay Ready. That's entree McBride John and her sister Robin mcbryde. By the way in addition to the McBride sisters, collection and Black Girl Magic Brand Robin Andrea have launched a third brand. It's a collection of four can't wines AROSA SAUVIGNON BLANC and a couple of spritzers. It's called Pecan and some of the money from sales goes back to a scholarship program for small businesses owned by black women. Robyn and Andre. Two of those winds are dedicated to their mothers and the other to. Their daughters. Thanks.

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"robin andrea" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:26 min | 3 months ago

"robin andrea" Discussed on How I Built This

"From NPR how I built this show back innovators, entrepreneurs, idealists, and the stories behind the movements they built. I'm guy rise and on the show today, how to sisters who grew up on opposite sides of the world discovered each other med for the first time, and then launched an idea that will grow into one of the biggest black-owned wine companies in the world. McBride sisters. It's possible. You've never heard of mcbride sisters wine and that you've never had one of their chardonnays or brute rose as or one of their blended reds and it's even possible. You don't drink wine at all. But I'm here to tell you none of this matters for the purposes of today's episode because even if all of the above applies to you, this story will change some of the things you might think about business about fate and destiny about overcoming incredible obstacles and mostly. About. Love. This story is so epic that we decided it needed to episodes. So this week you'll hear part one of how Sisters Andrea and Robin mcbryde built the McBride Sisters Wind Company, and next week you'll hear part to. I'll start with the basics. McBride sisters. Wine is now one of the largest black owned wind businesses in the world. There are roughly. Thousand winemakers in the US and McBride sisters wine is among the top two percent in terms of how much wine they produce per year you can find their wines at most major stores like target and Walmart. And they're also higher end. So about twenty bucks a bottle but still designed to be accessible especially, the people who might be intimidated by wine culture and this is the precise problem. Andrea and Robin said out to solve how to open up the sometimes intimidating world of wine appreciation to people normally shut out young people, people of Color women but also make the wine good enough to attract wine. Snobs. Robin Andrea actually founded their business in two thousand five. And they faced just about every barrier imaginable. They were young women of color with no immediate access to a winery no money no connections. But what they shared was a passion, a deep abiding passion for wine. Something else they shared. A bond that was forged in a unification. The two sisters were born nine years apart both have different mothers but share the same father and for most of their early lives neither sister new, the other even existed. But remarkably both women grew up in wine producing regions Andrea the younger sister grew up near Sauvignon Blanc vineyards in New Zealand well, almost seven thousand miles away for older sister robin was living in. Monterey California with her mom. My mom and our shared father a divorce when I was a baby and so it was only she is. So she never remarried. She didn't have any more children She really honestly didn't even very much. I was aware of anyway she hid it from me. I'm not sure and she didn't have a large family at all. She was an only child also so it was really just her and I together in the world you know we were really. Had a really strong bond and really quite dependent on each other and when you were growing up, you didn't have much contact with your dad right none at all. You know a little context. My mom wasn't thrilled with our father when they divorced and you know it was no accidents that they weren't in communication. It was something that she wasn't interested. In doing so for me from a really young age I was just always you know as a child who has a missing parents I was just always like you know where is he? What's going on? Why is it my dad or my life? You know I had a lot of questions from my mom And she was like, well, you know she always told me like you know he's probably noaa somewhere and she's like I don't want to have any communication with him. She's like. Grow Up and do your thing. Right. When you're eighteen, you know if you feel like you want to start a search to find him go ahead and do that, and so I'd always planned. It was always something that I wanted to do because I did want to figure out who this mysterious person was and hopefully have a chance to meet him. What kind of things were you interested in as a little girl? I was a really weird sort of child and I think part of that has to do with the fact that you know I didn't have like cousins around and we didn't have a larger family dynamics that was really kind of you know alone are little bit. But that had me outs exploring the world's a lot kind of on my own. So you know just really curious about nature and the environment and kind of more of that than people in socializing. Aspects of the world so kind of a little a little bit of a different child. Tim Murray feel when you're growing up I, mean. Obviously. There's you know in Salinas and Monterey in threatening areas. There's a strong Latino population when you were a kid at a field diverse or did it feel pretty homogeneous? Yeah. No, it absolutely was not diverse. And as a matter of fact, when I was in elementary school, I think I was the only non white child in the school for for a number of years. So quite homogeneous I would say, did you were you aware of that early on like were you did you feel different absolutely and you know kids are kids, right so they made sure that I do I was aware of that. pointed out how I was different and because I wasn't growing up with our father who is black I'm Biracial, my mother's of German, heritage. I was literally the only one. So it was quite confusing. I very much felt like an outsider I think in the community and. wasn't quite sure how to process it as a little girl. But very aware that I was different than literally everybody else around me when you. When you finished high school what did you decide to do? Did you. Did you want to college? Did you just go right into the workforce? Yeah. So actually I mean academia was always a challenge for me just in terms of the structure and the method of learning and by. A couple of years into high school I was just like this is this is not for me. I was a really bright child's, and I kind of felt like I can learn anything that I. Once without all of this rigmarole, I actually left high school early tested out early with there's a special test if you're too young to take a ged. So I wanted to go to school and I went to the local community college. I wasn't exactly sure what I wanted to do, but I really did love science. So I started taking some courses there, and then while I was.

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Interview with Robin McBride and Andra McBride John

How I Built This

04:59 min | 3 months ago

Interview with Robin McBride and Andra McBride John

"It's possible. You've never heard of mcbride sisters wine and that you've never had one of their chardonnays or brute rose as or one of their blended reds and it's even possible. You don't drink wine at all. But I'm here to tell you none of this matters for the purposes of today's episode because even if all of the above applies to you, this story will change some of the things you might think about business about fate and destiny about overcoming incredible obstacles and mostly. About. Love. This story is so epic that we decided it needed to episodes. So this week you'll hear part one of how Sisters Andrea and Robin mcbryde built the McBride Sisters Wind Company, and next week you'll hear part to. I'll start with the basics. McBride sisters. Wine is now one of the largest black owned wind businesses in the world. There are roughly. Thousand winemakers in the US and McBride sisters wine is among the top two percent in terms of how much wine they produce per year you can find their wines at most major stores like target and Walmart. And they're also higher end. So about twenty bucks a bottle but still designed to be accessible especially, the people who might be intimidated by wine culture and this is the precise problem. Andrea and Robin said out to solve how to open up the sometimes intimidating world of wine appreciation to people normally shut out young people, people of Color women but also make the wine good enough to attract wine. Snobs. Robin Andrea actually founded their business in two thousand five. And they faced just about every barrier imaginable. They were young women of color with no immediate access to a winery no money no connections. But what they shared was a passion, a deep abiding passion for wine. Something else they shared. A bond that was forged in a unification. The two sisters were born nine years apart both have different mothers but share the same father and for most of their early lives neither sister new, the other even existed. But remarkably both women grew up in wine producing regions Andrea the younger sister grew up near Sauvignon Blanc vineyards in New Zealand well, almost seven thousand miles away for older sister robin was living in. Monterey California with her mom. My mom and our shared father a divorce when I was a baby and so it was only she is. So she never remarried. She didn't have any more children She really honestly didn't even very much. I was aware of anyway she hid it from me. I'm not sure and she didn't have a large family at all. She was an only child also so it was really just her and I together in the world you know we were really. Had a really strong bond and really quite dependent on each other and when you were growing up, you didn't have much contact with your dad right none at all. You know a little context. My mom wasn't thrilled with our father when they divorced and you know it was no accidents that they weren't in communication. It was something that she wasn't interested. In doing so for me from a really young age I was just always you know as a child who has a missing parents I was just always like you know where is he? What's going on? Why is it my dad or my life? You know I had a lot of questions from my mom And she was like, well, you know she always told me like you know he's probably noaa somewhere and she's like I don't want to have any communication with him. She's like. Grow Up and do your thing. Right. When you're eighteen, you know if you feel like you want to start a search to find him go ahead and do that, and so I'd always planned. It was always something that I wanted to do because I did want to figure out who this mysterious person was and hopefully have a chance to meet him. What kind of things were you interested in as a little girl? I was a really weird sort of child and I think part of that has to do with the fact that you know I didn't have like cousins around and we didn't have a larger family dynamics that was really kind of you know alone are little bit. But that had me outs exploring the world's a lot kind of on my own. So you know just really curious about nature and the environment and kind of more of that than people in socializing. Aspects of the world so kind of a little a little bit of a different

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"robin andrea" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

08:35 min | 6 months ago

"robin andrea" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Be All right, Let's take 22. We have a first in all the years and all the contests. We did not have somebody compelled. Stick who wanted his name seriously considered, and it's just happened now with one of the people and on our judgment day judgment week they want we're looking for the people that we have judged most most ferociously. And right now we have. Andy Reid, Ryan Howard, Chip Kelly, Donovan McNabb, Eric Lindros, Gabe Kapler, Ilya Bryzgalov off Terrel Owens. And Ruben Amaro Jr. And Rhea has received a A text from Robin. Andrea, Could you please read the text as best you can come out. Reuben, now, junior. I better win this contest. I took a lot of stuff during my tenure. We gave some of it ourselves. What I always appreciated about Reuben is he would sometimes just pick the phone up when it was the GM and call us and get into it. You know, Whatever the issue, Wass, let me say this. There's somebody that beats room. Yeah, you didn't think so early. Oh, no. I know I'm not sure where I had to say, Paige and who beats him? But I've been here long enough owl and I know who beats him. Nobody has named it yet. And there are a whole bunch of players the greatest players in this town who are big, serious conversation. Those people have not been named yet. So get on. I got six prizes today to me the night not the number one prize would be a bobble head of make no nice, But there's a $75 Ike. A gift card. $25 while gift card $25 Readers gift card. I got the new Phillies headband w Y P T shirt and my bobble guys come on. If we leave a couple of these out, I know a co host here. That's going to lose his mind loses mind if you don't name him, and it's not this coast because he's already lost his mind. Long time ago. Yes, absolutely. I al. I want you to do this for me. You know, it's rank the four teams in the NFC East. In order of how good they are right for this year, who would be first of the 14th Dallas LM before Dallas would be first right? Second, the Eagles. Barrett Giants fourth, The other team that Washington or anything you are not correct, according to Pft, pro football talk. Let's hear this. All right now I'm going to give you the 1st 5 because when I saw the story I went, I would love for the Eagles to be in the top five. Whole league. Holy Holy holy! Okay, all right, because that's how you could tell where they ran The chief's number one. They won the Super Bowl homes. You gotta give him that. Alright. Number two Niners. I guess I don't know. I thought they're a little overrated last year, but okay, fine. Yeah. Ravens number three, You know they got they got Lamar Jackson. Yeah, they've got to be pretty high. Oh, Four, right? Seriously. Patriots. Well, snow if he's healthy, If that gift that quarterback he's healthy, If he's healthy, we're gonna beat him. No. No, Cam Newton your talent If he's healthy, Cam Newton with Bill Belichick is goingto work, Jonesy there. This is just a referendum for Bill Belichick. And and he is, and I think he'll be highly motivated to prove that he had a lot to do with it. More than well way they're ahead of you have a quarterback. That's make a fortune if he has a good bear ahead of you. There's no way they're ahead of the Saints. Now is this true breeze? This is this a Poland Ruby is 100 for. I still think I got to go to six on this so Saints of 50 ready for six. Buccaneers. Tom Brady. Well, he's got some weapons down there. Come on, Jonesy. Ah. Had the box are both way overrated. One doesn't have Brady of the other dots. I would take the under on both focus. Exactly. Yes, Exactly. Guess what? We're not seventh, either. Seahawks Titans. What tight bills? Bell Hills. What are you smoking? Solomon? And number 10 eagles. Now we what they wrote about it because it is what they wrote about. It is true, and it's the reason the Eagles in on hire, and frankly, it must be addressed now. All right. The good nose for 2019 is that quarterback Cosin went stayed healthy for the entire regular season. Bad news. Nobody else did fact he didn't even stay healthy for the playoffs. The fact is, if they can avoid the injury bog in 2020 He goes, can get back in the playoffs and make another run at the Super Bowl. That's what they wrote. You know, every year we gotta worry about injuries. Yeah, every year. We already had a huge one. Yeah. Damn right. Brandon Brooks is changed, but no means for pie hand. That is mind boggling that nobody else. Nobody mentioned injuries till they got the number 10. What is that? Go to church people gotta judge. Number 11. Alice, The Steelers number 12 is the Cowboys. Says here now, a lot of people to our convoys had a good offseason Copy moved ahead of the Eagles not accorded Pfft. They said. The car boys look good on paper. They always look good on paper. It won't be a surprise of something keeps them from doing well again. But they do have a new coach and they have an idiot owner. But they do have that right. The Giants out 29. Wow, really write about them. Second string starting quarterback First year head coach offensive coordinator just fired as a head coach defense, it lacks significant punch offensive line that's thinks Maybe it all finds a way to work. Maybe it doesn't. Hey, somebody has to be 29 32. Now dirty to really Washington. Does it, say Washington what it says Washington. It does not cause I No. One on the on the betting sites. It says Washington football team Basically what they said there is. It's nice. They got pretty good coach around Revere. It's pretty much all they have. You know, It's funny. I would bet on the Cowboys to win the division. But I would bet more money on the Eagles to win the Super Bowl. Thie egos are better than the Cowboys. If for one stinking damn year. They don't get crushed by injuries. One year they need not lead the league and injuries. Give me one corps. No, please. I don't like are the Cowboys with that running back. Chris got no injuries. That's what I need will of God is on the line with. Well, Do you agree with what? You just heard? I got? Yeah, Yeah. Some of this man because this is a beautiful stuff today. Yeah. You show your mother's body near here in a couple of people. I got you with my hand in that. But of the Dow's samples, But she has to know that I know him from back in the deck. You know all the passes. They came from the good old package delivery. Yeah. J that we brought high, but I think on the choir, we came down to that church. Yeah, You definitely got good stuff. You know, that's a very fine, inspiring speakers and in the religious community. You're correct on that. What do you also attend church regularly? Well, Yeah, I've been slipping up, though. I know about the bag that would be going to quietly playing good. Any life. Hey. Ah, I'm not going to call you will of God. If you stop missing church, so you have to go every week. GAM of the parent, David your day, buddy..

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"robin andrea" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"robin andrea" Discussed on KGO 810

"Campbell heads up the ball back in his hands is down hill one about the pay cable fixed past puts on the floor the pump fake kick back out Smith gonna try to get canadacanada defend that hi three pointers as a little bit too much in the Christmas of that light a real good look double digit lead now it's up to eleven thirty six twenty five and here comes some pressure cell Austin Kelly the only ones in the puts on the floor in Austin there's real stuff free to align bounce pass Kelly was the right block and the great turns off the last note for tips will go down Campbell security robin Andrea Kelly had last year in the pac twelve and twenty seven this year the size throws him off he had a pretty make available it was a good move just is unable to finish okay as guarded by Bradley Campbell Campbell left wing down Riley in the paint going to work too strong now bring it up right side the right wing will shake back Riley had to now airs goes to south right wing now it's passed down to Kelly fix cutting Bradley the rack mac comes up short on the shot continues for the bears and there is a file Austin styles table by twenty seven the golf players trailing by eleven there's the size again I'd rather get in at a pretty good look in UCLA has yet to commit a shooting files the bears have not gone to the free throw line in this ballgame the defense minister well.

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