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"romuald" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

Catholic Culture Audiobooks

08:29 min | 3 months ago

"romuald" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks

"Sense you possibly can. It is not only more religious, not only more becoming not only happier to have these excellent dispositions of mind. But it is far the most likely way in the long run to persuade and succeed. You See I am speaking to you almost in a worldly way. I do not speak to you of Christian charity lest I should adopt a tone too high for the occasion. When men see this, they may attempt other weapons and the more serious you are they make the greater efforts to pour contempt and ridicule upon you. But ridicule will not hurt you as it hurts other religious bodies. They hate and fear Catholicism they cannot really laugh at it. They may laugh at individuals read details connected with it. But not at Catholicism itself. Indeed. I am disposed in one sense to allow the maximum of the unbeliever which has before now given rise to so much discussion. That ridicule is the test of truth. methodism. Is Ridiculous. So as puritanism. It is not so with the Catholic religion. It may be an is maligned and defamed. Ridiculed it cannot be. It is to real to ernest to vigorous to have ought to fear from the most efforts of the satirist or the wit. You will not be able to silence your opponents do not be surprised at it. That will not show that they do not secretly respect you. Men move in parties, which shows on the surface is no index of what is felt within. When they have made assertions, they cannot withdraw them. The shame is so great. So, they go on blustering and wishing themselves out of the awkward position which they stand. Truth is great. A blow struck within them. They are unnerved by the secret consciousness of failure. They are angry with themselves, and though they do not like you at all the better for it, they will be more cautious another time. They speak less confidently henceforth. or even if they harden themselves and are as bold as before others do not go with them. Public opinion does not respond to them. And the calumny which at first was formidable falls on closed hearts and unwilling ears and takes no route in the community at. This is what I think. Probable. I will not anticipate can be otherwise. But. Still supposing there is that prejudice existing which like deep soil is able to receive any amount of false witness of realty of buffoonery abso- frustration when directed against the Catholic religion and that the contempt and hatred at present felt against its adherents is kindled by their increasing strengthen intelligence into a fiercer. prouder feeling. What then Noli Lori. Be. Not. Jealous. Fret. Nod. You are not as others. You have that in you which others have not. You have in you and unearthly gift. The gift not only of contending boldly but of suffering well. It will not happen. It must not be expected. And yet I confess I have not that confidence on the subject which I had a year since when I said that Catholics never could be persecuted again in England It will not be so. Yet, laid events have shown though I have never underrated the intense prejudice which prevails against us. I did overrate that anglo-saxon love of justice and fair dealing which I thought would be it's match. Alas that I should have to say so. But it is no matter to the Catholic. The much matter to the. Englishman. It is no matter to us because as I have said. Greater is he that is in you than he? That is in the world. I do not cannot think a time of serious trial is at hand. I would not willingly use big words or provoke what is so dreadful or seemed to accomplish it by suggesting it. And for myself I confess I have no love of suffering all. Nor am I at a time of life when a man commonly loves to risk it. To be quiet and to be undisturbed. To be at peace with all. To live in the site of my brethren. To meditate on the future. And to die. Such is the prospect which is rather suitable to such as me. Yet my brothers. I have no doubt at all either about myself for about Catholics generally if trial came. I doubt we should suffer any trial well. Not, from nature. But from grace. Not from what we are ourselves. But from the wonder working power, which is amongst us and which fills us as vessels according to various dimensions. Not every age is the age of saints. But no age is not the age of martyrs. Look into the history of the church. You find many instances of men trained up by laborious courses of disciplined through a long life or a period of many years slowly silently persevering -ly often opposed by their own people for a while looked on with suspicion even by good Catholics lest they should be extravagant or intemperate or self willed for time is necessary as the proof of things setting about heroic works acting suffering with superhuman faith with superhuman patience with superhuman love. And then at length dying not by violence, but in peace. These are what I have called by preeminence saints being the great specimens of their kind as contrasted with martyrs. They are the produce generally speaking of the prosperous times of the church I mean when the churches in favor of the world and is in possession of riches, learning power and name. The first in history of these great creations of God, is that glorious? Name. Saint. Ignatius. then. They follow so thick that I cannot enumerate them synchronous system almost martyr to Saint Basil Saint Gregory of NASA's Saint Augustine. Saint. Ambrose Saint Jerome. In very distinct spews of religious duty, but all of them heroes. Such to was Saint Benedict? Such Saint Oh. Such Saint Gregory the first Saint Romuald Sin Gregory the seventh Saint Bernard Saint Francis Saint Thomas Him Saint Ignatius Seem Vincent of Paul. As far as human eyes can see we have none such on earth at present. Nor again is our age like their age. Ours is not an age of temporal glory of dutiful princes of loyal governments of large possessions of Ample Leisure, a famous schools. Of learning foundations of well stored libraries of honored sanctuaries. Rather. It is like the first stage of the church when there was little of station of nobility of learning of wealth in the holy heritage. When Christians were chiefly of.

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"romuald" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

06:20 min | 3 months ago

"romuald" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Agrees. I. Know they'RE GONNA Go and ruin it for us going putting as he saw who'll come on it go to. Yet, because I just I saw exact same as you jassat fact that he missed shelton like how he's going to be my under the radar who? Right. You could be reading about. Giving the introduction into all remote bread Rome, Laws Brad started. But no I we agree with everything you say, even out stay at I think he has. This is it shapes and he could chase there and he's cordless ause his une- and the way he goes through his racist but I'll see I have one hundred days just marginally jd in my mind because he has the temperament built agree that race and as you say, he will punk Hawa outset punchy sound Free Mall Lord Rope. Even. An Oakland market one, hundred and forty three on the back that run in the front seat foods player who afraid one, hundred, forty, one at the time. Flew flew. Put Room Walk Fred of eighteen pounds of that. He was set to run and Bartlett back I just said he just never lined up say. Winning that really heavy foolish. When up funk big throughout lung cancer at the time. rimbaud practice being scrubbed along the until that Rome world. He wouldn't say it out of it and have even continue to pray down the challenged among stace who was an easy winner in the end, of course. But it you Ali to say it. Would have saved who? yeah. Would have said that day? But multiple hundred, nine of racine actually treat in staying handicap filed little staying I'm saying how do division actually looks pretty decent now most. Companies say good Floyd's go saying was chasing the handshake deal in conjunction with confirmation on this year saying abilities on very very interested in him as well and hopefully just gonNA shade it for the national. Hunt Chase Robin the are say either way I grew. Our Stare? Selections for the. Chase Jess will source you. Well I think. I. Just said a couple of the romuald fraud royal by thirty three's at the moment. A small little Emma. Tom Who looks like he's going this very does well. Jess. Talks. W.. O. IS HE? From some. Ronald. Interesting. So of he was mixing it in the stairs huddle division season and relatively light season but it was a very good force in the stairs. Said, he is currently twenty one the say it just could be a good transition. I. Think I I picked out somewhere to burn great tricks said, he could be an extremely good chase. An could help is jumping even more. It would give him more to look at. So just interesting one that's obviously slightly more. Obvious as saying not one that's gone from from one. He's from the obvious route. So I quite like ten but I do think from Fred inaugural. Will Be. Just, horses that will improve a lot this season Kay Tracy. Know agree on I'm really excited to see by golden lots of heron island mass. Say He's pure chasing in the one I'm going to talking to our say that WHO I am excited I end violin doesn't go the big break lay who haven't covered yet not the big big breakway. One. A night weeks. Jaren Cheltenham Little Bar Lost in translation. That we are now. but despite fight week away I thought still round very well finishing fourth in the valley more and he didn't I didn't think he had the pace of three but he did manage to stick to the task very well stayed on Elaine is the salt and thus always three months I think he had a setback a so you would imagine that chasing would show them in the best light and his size. In fact, he was a very human error is point to point plus staff about three miles looks likely to to from the way you at the volleyball stayed on the hill saying. He would be my one for the. Paul. I was waiting. At the great way as well to be honest. With through my overlooked. And after. He was like go as well as they can pin down his is going to be sending these in what's out very blast night say yeah. I'll I'll let you very on that. In again like. Philip obsolete. Collins is GONNA. Have a strong team novice chases this year is GonNa. Laze fiddler on the roof and how near as well. Other no one of the three of the most often chase a chip. So the weekend after the weekend after next I mean like. Off Their. two big breakaway prior to his finishing fourth in the valley, which was a fair. Is. Been touched upon and it's been well documented That's his altos in general the perform the Cheltenham and you could probably mark applicable of. Him being one of them on the fact that he did. To go to tell them trials that any other Sepah when he knocked themselves in this box I believe. In a race to how university for the stable and then. So he was on the buckle antibody only sue small racist, but he did little. Like a potential style isolated won't chip. So newbies with and plants and attract Lake Newbie, big Gulp, and chuckled early place strength. So if he was affiliated in maybe. If. He was to heads the Hennessy meeting food something like the box adjacent to two and a half I don't think it'll be long before he does go three miles and players as the only five and that's worth noting as well. Let the three articles did finish influence from. Cheltenham little six year olds which who all five on. Make a difference at that stage in their career. He had a massive frame. He just looks like he's Don's a philanthropy looked really well when I was collins couple of weeks ago and might be preceded excited about him. He's thirty three to one shots in places for the artist. Say I think the most shores made this?.

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"romuald" Discussed on Sleep With Me

Sleep With Me

05:18 min | 8 months ago

"romuald" Discussed on Sleep With Me

"Says and worried about the people on deck he goes everybody belay. Those orders which we do sir, In data says if this was one of the highlights of many one data, says okay now that you're going through chain of command, just Redo what you did In get back to work which I loved, he said Oh. Go ahead and do this this this stuff you just said, but not in a way like of like a is just great like it makes me undo it and do it again. A love that he gives out the same orders in seen. Data's face, Iran, eighteen, forty five. He says who I'm in a pickle here. Is They? Don't really have they have more Have a flashy bridge like the other like a mentor `prize. Locks Bridge. Card Face Sam's dirty and Reicher, he says energize, and we see the Romulo and seal. Commander. tacky on emissions something. Coming from the fleet or scanning with tech, yeah, emissions They'll find us In. See Lagos figure out a solution. I'll have to convince Picard by other means that he should get ad here. Let's see. Romulus ship. Oh, then they say hey. Ryan ships this Brian. Guard Romuald ship just showed up sailing as And then there's like a WTI moment show. A precare goes. Put Him on screen. And then he sees Tasha stands up. And then O'Brien looks up and Caesar. And then he goes Let's see what he says he goes Tasha. And she goes nope. Commander Seila. I think then every person on the ship turned. And looked, she was my mother was Tasha Yar, and then there's like major drama music. Inches you get twenty hours to hit the Road Jack. Then we have troy and Picard. and. crusher. In would assume is as possible now unless it's a Cologne, not possible for her to be Josh shares, should daughter. could be a trick or something, but she's now lying. She.

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"romuald" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

11:13 min | 9 months ago

"romuald" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"When you're at craft and then you graduate cooking school and they start letting you cook in that kitchen. Is there anything that you recognize? Oh I do have a knee sheer. No it's not a niche. It is very much a rigid caste. You're the lowest person there and you have to work your way up till you get to the top and I saw very early on my role was I. GotTa do whatever they tell me to do. Right and what I learned though was it wasn't an aptitude. I wasn't naturally gifted at it. But what I saw about cooking. That was very appealing to me was man if if I do this every day I get better at it right well. The golfing was probably great training for this in a way because it very much yeah. Golf is such a baby steps baby. Step Bay just Mike. Rowe improvements over years. It taught me a lot because I'm pretty lazy person by nature but I get competitive as a motherfucker on. That's yeah that's helpful and Gulf turn me unfortunately into a total lunatic in terms of competitiveness. And that's how I viewed it was. Oh for me to get to this person's position I need to be better than this person column. I going to get there when I opened up in two thousand four. No one wanted to work with me. Not One person it gives you insight to how bad I was. What do you think the people would have if if you would have invited someone to be a part of it and they say I won't work with David for X Y and Z? I can tell you 'cause I've asked them all my friends to. You're not that good. Okay you are never been a sous chef you wanna make Romuald the fuck. You're talking about because you know after I cooked for craft like I came back and went to Japan because I felt like there was unfinished business and I wanted to work there and I learned a lot in Japan cooking. Living Japan was like a life changing experience. Because I learned a lot about myself because Japan's such an expensive country particularly food and I had like on saying tiffany but I came to the realization that I could eat really well. They're cheaply and that. That was a weird thing because back in America in two thousand three. If you said you wanted to go to a nice restaurant food people think. You're like a snob right. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah I would have been people calling someone snap. Yeah because you weren't wrong because you couldn't eat well there. The the whole idea of eating well was yet fast food to eat a nice meal. Meant like some fancy French restaurant that was just exclusive to anyone else other than White People. So it was really elitist. It wasn't democratized at all yet. No not not at all. So this is the weird thing that. I had the realization where I was cooking Japan. I was like wait. Everyone's actually eating. Well I most of my meals at convenience stores like the seven elevens their equivalent like some of the best food. I had weren't like convenience stores like sandwiches noodles. I have the stereotype of Japan and the Japanese work ethic and I guess also through their engineering and vehicle manufacturing which is the only field. I know a lot about. There's meticulousness to their work. Ethos that is evident in their product. So that what's happening with the food? Is there like an attention to detail and meticulousness or is it? They're using real ingredients. That aren't process like we're using here. What was the distinguishing factor? That made it all so good. They just care more like. Have you been to Japan before? No I'm dying to go. It's one of the one of the only places Monica I want to. It's the greatest food culture in the world in my opinion and everything's good in. Everyone knows more about food than anyone else in their food culture. Just it goes back like a thousand plus years there restaurants that are like four hundred five hundred years old killed right so but like that all trickles down to everything in Japan is just a little bit better because they care more they just simply care more and like an egg salad sandwich. Would you ever buy an egg salad sandwich? American seven eleven. I'd be terrified. I would imagine it had been made a week before minimally. Yeah well the logistics there in Japan is like the constantly being made somewhere and being shipped to these places. So it's very fresh and it's made with delicious ingredients. And IT'S AMAZING. The Egg Salad Sandwich at a lawson so that convenience store is one of my top five things will ever eat. I want to see now. You're talking our language bean stores. I could walk down the street and I could just buy like. Niko which steen stuffed dumpling of sorts. And it's like fifty cents and it's delicious and I was like wait foods. Amazing here in the cheap food. That's just as good as even the McDonalds is fucking unbelievable in. Ooh We need a rectangle. Sam We need chicken sandwich. Burger King over there. You know what if I go to Tokyo? Mcdonald's because I'm telling you that they say they still fry their fries in beef fat tallow so Donald News mcdonagh does McDonalds McDonalds now really quick so I read kitchen confidential. When did that book come out around two thousand and two thousand two thousand one? Yeah okay so I read that book and I was like. Oh Wow if I had not gone into comedy. That would have been my life. The kitchen life is a bunch of party animals sex crazed drug laden terrible hours. Everyone's fucking each other. I'm like I'm in. That's my kind of culture. Were you experiencing that at Kraft? Did you like that especially given the kind of Cross Your T.'s? Dot Your I's childhood was that chaos appealing so when I first got to craft what I love most was how serious everybody was. It was like you entered like a surgeon's room but the moment service ended. It was like going to a party right right. It was work hard. Play hard and also during service and this is why I've always deemed as like a healthy kitchen is when people are making fun of each other. I was like Oh this is perfect for me. It's like who could hurt. Someone's feelings the most like this is exactly where I need to be. And you're making really delicious food but like there's different kinds of kitchens and I was close with Tony and he wrote about kitchen culture. That was very real at that time but it didn't exist at certain levels in my opinion like the restaurant like kraft was only about food. I could've been naive but I never really saw anything because I was always just working on the food. Everyone was so fucking busy cooking that you couldn't do anything else and it was pretty hardcore. There are a lot of crazy stories. I've seen a lot of crazy shit because kitchen. Culture thankfully has been updated. Where do you get the ball? Start Mama Fuko. I'm probably so long as well. No no no more Fu so again like following the footsteps of my brother. My brother Love's allman brothers. So I love the allman brothers. You know eat. A peach. Became like one of my favorite albums and when I was studying everything before I left for Japan. Like anything you know. Anything in became a hobby after the first trip to Japan and I I learned that the guy that create a cup of noodles was named Momofuku Ondo and I curse all the time and I was like this. Sounds like motherfucker? That's a great name and I'll use it if I ever restaurant called Momofuku logo. After Japan I worked for Danielle Balloon and injure calmly Nieta Upper East side institution called Cafe Balut. And you know at this time I was getting better but I didn't know what I WANNA do because at the time. Then if you wanted to have your own restaurant you had to get tapped by the chef so for example if I spent enough time with Daniel Glued in one of his patrons decided hey. I want to open a restaurant in Boston. Do you have someone that I could hire? And that's how you get a job working. Yeah and I was and I was like probably if there was like sixteen cooks in my ranking I was like fifteen. I'm never I'm never going to be better than everyone else. Around that time. I had my first manic experience on the depressive side. Yeah and things were going south of my family as well and then all in I was also working like fourteen. I don't know what fourteen sixteen hours time six days a week but it was like crazy amount of work and I just was like losing my mind and my mom's bed and cancers for twenty four years. My brother was in the midst of pursuing my dad and all this crazy shit was going on and my reality was like melting away and I was not in a good place so that was another reason why I had to leave and one of the reasons I started Momofuku was I reached a point. I was like fuck it. Who cares you know what I mean like using that sort of that equation of like what's the worst thing that can happen? Yeah right I might just Joe Myself Anyway. So who cares fight? Fuck this up. Who Cares can I ask what were the depths of that period? Did you end up having to quit the job? Were you unable to work? How destructive did that spell? You know. It's funny it's like throughout my life. I feel like I wanted to ask for help. And Even Times. I think I've asked it in college or even high school and high school was pretty traumatic for me to like there's a whole nother like. I went to the private school that produced the last two Supreme Court justices. Oh yeah you into short shorts town Pratt. Yeah got imagine your some of your classmates. Parents were like senators and Shit. So it wasn't a it wasn't a fun time for me so I I didn't really fit in and I am remembering highschool asking for help and people are like you're fine and then I never never asked my parents like. Hey I think I need to see therapists or psychiatrists like that doesn't exist in Asian American household right. Just don't do it. You know what the remedy is is. Stop crying suck. Yeah yeah toughen up yet I need help is is weakness right exactly. Yeah and the whole idea that you need someone to talk to or get medication on. That was just so foreign. That was never going to happen. So you know when I was twenty six. That's where I reached a point where I was like. Fuck it and did you self medicate. Oh my God yeah there we go. I mean man I was really good at it. E Yeah your baseline is feeling like a negative sex and drug even in its worst condition. Continue to to. You'RE GONNA pay that option in my experience. Yeah and because my industry also was like me even after college you go out every night I mean every night. I'm going to bed at four in the morning. Five sometimes sleeping in the locker room just to go to work in the morning. It's insane. I tried to block a lot of that out because it wasn't like that fun but a lot of drinking and I don't like to say that I had a drinking problem but yeah I definitely had a drinking problem. Sharp sharp while you're talking to someone with a drinking so it's okay you're in good company bad medicine.

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"romuald" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

11:13 min | 9 months ago

"romuald" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"When you're at craft and then you graduate cooking school and they start letting you cook in that kitchen. Is there anything that you recognize? Oh I do have a niche here. No it's not a niche. It is very much a rigid caste. You're the lowest person there and you have to work your way up till you get to the top and I saw very early on my role was I. GotTa do whatever they tell me to do. Right and what I learned though was it wasn't an aptitude. I wasn't naturally gifted at it. But what I saw about cooking. That was very appealing to me was man if if I do this every day I get better at it right well. The golfing was probably great training for this in a way because it very much yeah. Golf is such a baby steps baby. Step Bay just Mike. Rowe improvements over years. It taught me a lot because I'm pretty lazy person by nature but I get competitive as a motherfucker on. That's yeah that's helpful and Gulf turn me unfortunately into a total lunatic in terms of competitiveness. And that's how I viewed it was. Oh for me to get to this person's position I need to be better than this person. How am I going to get there? When I opened up in two thousand four. No one wanted to work with me. Not One person it gives you insight to how bad I was. What do you think the people would have if if you would have invited someone to be a part of it and they say I won't work with David for X Y and Z? Tell You 'cause I've asked them all my friends to. You're not that good okay. You are never been a sous chef you wanna make Romuald the fuck. You're talking about because you know after I cooked for craft like I came back and went to Japan because I felt like there was unfinished business and I wanted to work there and I learned a lot in Japan cooking. Living Japan was like a life changing experience. Because I learned a lot about myself because Japan's such an expensive country particularly food and I had like an piff Ni but I came to the realization that I could eat really well. They're cheaply and that. That was a weird thing because back in America in two thousand three. If you said you wanted to go to a nice restaurant food people think. You're like a snob right. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah I would have been people calling someone snap. Yeah because you weren't wrong because you couldn't eat well there. The the whole idea of eating well was yet fast food to eat a nice meal. Meant like some fancy French restaurant that was just exclusive to anyone else other than White People. So it was really elitist. It wasn't democratized at all yet. No not not at all. So this is the weird thing that. I had the realization where I was cooking Japan. I was like wait. Everyone's actually eating. Well I most of my meals at convenience stores like the seven elevens their equivalent like some of the best food. I had weren't like convenience stores like sandwiches noodles. I have the stereotype of Japan and the Japanese work ethic and I guess also through their engineering and vehicle manufacturing which is the only field. I know a lot about. There's meticulousness to their work. Ethos that is evident in their product. So that what's happening with the food? Is there like an attention to detail and meticulous or is it? They're using real ingredients. That aren't process like we're using here. What was the distinguishing factor? That made it all so good. They just care more like. Have you been to Japan before? No I'm dying to go. It's one of the one of the only places Monica I want to. It's the greatest food culture in the world in my opinion and everything's good in. Everyone knows more about food than anyone else in their food culture. Just it goes back like a thousand plus years there restaurants that are like four hundred five hundred years old killed right so but like that all trickles down to everything in Japan is just a little bit better because they care more they just simply care more and like an egg salad sandwich. Would you ever buy an Egg Salad Sandwich at American seven eleven? I'd be terrified? I would imagine it had been made a week before minimally. Yeah well the logistics there in Japan is like the constantly being made somewhere and being shipped to these places. So it's very fresh and it's made with delicious ingredients. And IT'S AMAZING. The Egg Salad Sandwich at a lawson so that convenience store is one of my top five things will ever eat. I want to see now. You're talking our language bean stores. I could walk down the street and I could just buy like. Niko which steen stuffed dumpling of sorts. And it's like fifty cents and it's delicious and I was like wait foods. Amazing here in the cheap food. That's just as good as even the McDonalds is fucking unbelievable in. Ooh We need a rectangle. Sam We need chicken sandwich. Burger King over there. You know what if I go to Tokyo? Mcdonald's because I'm telling you that they say they still fry their fries in beef fat tallow so Donald News mcdonagh does McDonalds McDonalds now really quick so I read kitchen confidential. When did that book come out around two thousand and two thousand two thousand one? Yeah okay so I read that book and I was like. Oh Wow if I had not gone into comedy. That would have been my life. The kitchen life is a bunch of party animals sex crazed drug laden terrible hours. Everyone's fucking each other. I'm like I'm in. That's my kind of culture. Were you experiencing that at Kraft? Did you like that especially given the kind of Cross Your T.'s? Dot Your I's childhood was that chaos appealing so when I first got to craft what I love most was how serious everybody was. It was like you entered like a surgeon's room but the moment service ended. It was like going to a party right right. It was work hard. Play hard and also during service and this is why I've always deemed as like a healthy kitchen is when people are making fun of each other. I was like Oh this is perfect for me. It's like who could hurt. Someone's feelings the most like this is exactly where I need to be. And you're making really delicious food but like there's different kinds of kitchens and I was close with Tony and he wrote about kitchen culture. That was very real at that time but it didn't exist at certain levels in my opinion like the restaurant like kraft was only about food. I could've been naive but I never really saw anything because I was always just working on the food. Everyone was so fucking busy cooking that you couldn't do anything else and it was pretty hard core. There are a lot of crazy stories. I've seen a lot of crazy shit because kitchen. Culture thankfully has been updated. Where do you get the ball? Start Mama Fuko. I'm probably so long as well. No no no more Fu so again like following the footsteps of my brother. My brother Love's allman brothers. So I love the allman brothers. You know eat. A peach. Became like one of my favorite albums and when I was studying everything before I left for Japan like anything you know anything in became my hobby after the first trip to Japan and I I learned that the guy that create a cup of noodles was named Momofuku Ondo and I curse all the time and I was like this. Sounds like motherfucker? That's a great name and I'll use it if I ever restaurant called Momofuku Peach logo. After Japan I worked for Danielle Balloon and injure calmly NIETA upper east side. Institution called Cafe Balut. And you know at this time I was getting better but I didn't know what I WANNA do because at the time. Then if you wanted to have your own restaurant you had to get tapped by the chef so for example if I spent enough time with Daniel Balloon in one of his patrons decided hey. I want to open a restaurant in Boston. Do you have someone that I could hire? And that's how you get a job working. Yeah and I was happy and I was like probably if there was like sixteen cooks in my ranking I was like fifteen and I was. I'm never I'm never going to be better than everyone else around that time. I had my first manic experience on the depressive side. Yeah and things were going south of my family as well and then all in I was also working like fourteen. I don't know what fourteen sixteen hours time six days a week but it was like crazy amount of work and I just was like losing my mind and my mom's bed and cancers for twenty four years. My brother was in the midst of pursuing my dad and all this crazy shit was going on and my reality was like melting away and I was not in a good place so that was another reason why I had to leave and one of the reasons I started Momofuku was I reached a point. I was like fuck it. Who cares you know what I mean like using that sort of that equation of like what's the worst thing that can happen? Yeah right I might just Joe Myself Anyway. So who cares fight? Fuck this up. Who Cares can I ask what were the depths of that period? Did you end up having to quit the job? Were you unable to work? How destructive did that spell? You know. It's funny it's like throughout my life. I feel like I wanted to ask for help. And Even Times. I think I've asked it in college or even high school and high school was pretty traumatic for me to like there's a whole nother like. I went to the private school that produced the last two Supreme Court justices. Oh yeah you into short shorts town Pratt. Yeah got imagine your some of your classmates. Parents were like senators and Shit. So it wasn't a it wasn't a fun time for me so I I didn't really fit in and I am remembering highschool asking for help and people are like you're fine and then I never never asked my parents like. Hey I think I need to see therapists or psychiatrists like that doesn't exist in Asian American household right. Just don't do it. You know what the remedy is is. Stop crying suck. Yeah yeah toughen up yet I need help is is weakness right exactly. Yeah and the whole idea that you need someone to talk to or get medication on. That was just so foreign. That was never going to happen. So you know when I was twenty six. That's where I reached a point where I was like. Fuck it and did you self medicate. Oh my God yeah there we go. I mean man I was really good at it. E Yeah your baseline is feeling like a negative sex and drug even in its worst condition. Continue to to. You'RE GONNA pay that option in my experience. Yeah and because my industry also was like me even after college you go out every night I mean every night. I'm going to bed at four in the morning. Five sometimes sleeping in the locker room just to go to work in the morning. It's insane. I tried to block a lot of that out because it wasn't like that fun but a lot of drinking and I don't like to say that I had a drinking problem but yeah I definitely had a drinking problem. Sharp sharp while you're talking to someone with a drinking so it's okay you're in good company bad medicine.

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"romuald" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"romuald" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Thirty one and the new governor sent from Mexico City to Alta, California, or as we call it. Now right here was not well liked and a group of wealthy landowners, had gone to governor Manuel, Victoria and said, wouldn't it be fun to liberalize the laws that allow maybe us influential people to vote for the governor? And wouldn't it be really cool? If one of us who's from here. Could actually run for such an election. So that we would be ruled by people who actually know this area, unlike yourself because you never set foot in Alta, California to you became governor and governor, Victoria, as I said this review declared two of them traders, I was gonna execute them. But stayed the execution but banish the two guys. Well, the wealthy landowners to including the to banish guys went to the former governor who was fairly popular Jose Maria de Sandia. And they said we have it on good authority that there's gonna be a change in the governorship. Well, next thing, you know, the let's call them rebels the rebels had formed an army of several hundred men whether they were workers from the ranches or paid or many of them are believed in the cause. And actually brought their own rifles and muskets with them a mainly muskets. And they overran Los Angeles. They took Los Angeles. So governor, Victoria. Was not having any of this. And he raised his army, which was approximately half the size of the rebel army and began marching north to what we now call the coin to pass where he was met by the rebel army, and this was in the late late morning of December fifth eighteen thirty one and governor, Victoria, personally, led the government army from the front and at the battle in many many cases, the two armies were made up of brothers and relatives of people on the other side. And they hit either done it for a paycheck or because they believed in the cause or whatever. But there was not a great amount of appetite for there to be crossing the swords or shedding a blood. But there there needed to be a display, and so the physical place where this happened is just over the crest of Cuenca pass if you're going north into the valley right around Barham. It was far more open than it is today. You look at the hillsides run Hollywood hills and Burbank, and you see pretty dense brush. Well, it wasn't like that in eighteen thirty one and eighteen thirty one. It was sparse oak trees, and and it was Brown grass and very open. It was excellent cattle country, in fact, and there was actually a stream running through there. So the two armies meet their Cuenca pass. And instead of just maybe talk it out or or whatever governor, Victoria orders, a musket volley. The the government side shoot say musket volley. But the guys on the government side intentionally fired over the heads of the rebel army. At this point the rebel army responded with their own volley, which also went over the heads of the government side. So there's no casualties so far. But we have a problem when the problem was that within the government troops mounted on on his white Arabian was captain Jose Antonio Romuald up Pacheco who is the father of the future, governor of California Romuald Pacheco. He thought that the order to fire from the governor was also in order for the cavalry to charge. So captain Pacheco is a Lancer he has a Lance. You know, like you go to many medieval times, and they do that the jousting joust with the land. So captain Pacheco is writing forward with his Lance, but he's all by himself. No one else is following him. Because he missed interpreted the order to fires in order to charge. So now he's halfway between the two armies captain Pacheco of the. The government side is sitting there feeling kind of stupid because he's all dressed up and there's nowhere nowhere to nowhere to Lance. Get it. So anyway on the rebel side. There was a mounted officer by the name of Jose Maria Avila, captain, AVI, LA, captain, AVI. Sees this guy come out, and he assumes this guy's challenging somebody on the rebel side to individual combat to one on one combat maybe settled today. So captain Allah of the rebel. Army was also by the way, former alcohol day of the Pueblo of Los Angeles, he takes a fence, and he decides that he's the one who's going to meet this challenge, and he rides out to where captain Pacheco is. And they discussed the rules. And they say, right. We're gonna we're gonna we're gonna do all I guy who's dismounted standard rules. I guy who's dismounted is the loser. The winner is whoever stays in the saddle go. So they were both excellent horsemen. And of course, in that day in eighteen thirty one anyone who owned a horse. You had you were an excellent horseman. So they went several hundred yards apart. To the west and the east of of according to pass and at a signal they ride at each other, captain, AVI. La with his with his sword, captain Pacheco with his Lance and at the first pass, they miss so they ride out to the start points again turn around the horses. Get a quick breather. And add a signal they charge again and they run directly at each other. And they miss a second time. So now, the horses are tired the men's blood or up is up and the two armies have on both sides taking a seat sitting in trees, but it sure doesn't feel like a war anymore. It feels like a sporting event because this could take all day at this point. But there's no aggression on either side because of course, the rules of a dual are that number one honor is maintained and whoever unsaddled the other should. Come back and offer his hand to his best info, and they should live another day. So now for the third time, they charge the horses are tired. But the men spur them forward. They're coming directly at each other..

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"romuald" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"romuald" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Vallone? Which I don't think you've seen. Amanda. I have not yet is bad. It's not a good movie. All right. It's it's very paint-by-numbers. Steven Hyden wrote about it for the ringer this weekend famously when reflecting upon somebody who called it. We compete entry said it was an insult of Wikipedia because the movie get so much wrong about Queen. But Romuald is incredible in this movie. Right. And it is a complete transformation. And it is a cliche to be on a podcast talking about the Oscars note that an actor has transformed into a real person, but he has transformed into, Freddie. Mercury. This is it really really classic Oscar role. Yes. And Freddie Mercury. Of course, was a person from modest beginnings who transformed himself literally into from Farouk Balsam into, Freddie. Mercury. This big expansive operatic lead singer of rock and roll band. That was a huge hit in the seventies and eighties. He also died tragically, and he had many great moments in in front of hundreds of thousands of people and molecules incredible in this movie. May I ask you questions? You may does he sing? He does not sing. Right. And I don't think that I'm gonna hold that against him. I don't think that we should hold it against him. I think that he can I'm sure that he's great. And I'm looking forward to seeing it even if it's uneven Steven Hyden also noted that it's actually kind of a fun movie to watch because it's Queen songs really loud. Yeah. I'll go singling. Great. It's great. But there's one interesting thing about this performance. That is a little different from say, I don't know Jamie, FOX in Ray or walking Phoenix in walk the line. Yes in which those two guys performed the songs of the artist. Even Molly doesn't sing. He has to move like, Freddie, Mercury. Johnny cash didn't move that. Ray Charles didn't move. He sat at a bench. Johnny cash stood behind a mic from guitar in his hand, the the sort of quintessential CENA's movie is the Live Aid performance acquainted, and it's recreated essentially shot for shot and move from moment from oment and what Romney Molly doesn't is. Amazing. And there's something complicated here where the movies over good start Bryan singer, who's obviously been cloaked in controversy and negatively for months in the aftermath of all of Yankees, Asians around him and also just general unprofessionalism for which he was fired from this movie. So I don't know if they'll actually reward it. But I'm very interested to see I'm excited. I we'll talk a little bit more about types of performances that aren't usually rewarded that should be end physical notches transformation. But physical activity is not as rewarded as often as it should. So I think it would be interesting in general there, you gotta think twin that has been history. And fortunately, Bradley Cooper is also in this category. Singing. So I think you're right now, let's go through a couple of others. Ethan Hawke, of course, gave kind of quote, unquote, first great performance of the year in first or formed, and I'm a little worried that he's gonna out and there's a couple of people who might nudge about. We have a late edition, which is Clint Eastwood movie that no one has seen called the mule coming out of December trailer. Yes, right before Starr's foreign in a fantastic piece of energy expertly, accomplished force, Bradley Cooper's in the mule as well. And there is a pecan reference going through both of them true. That's really really this is not a coincidence to fascinating thing. I don't know how good Clinton is going to be the truth is Clint has never won best actor he's been nominated a couple of times. He's one for director what he's never won best actor also who's a great classic American film star. Who has never won is Robert Redford who is in the old man on the gun, which is really one of the best and most under seen movies of twenty teen Redford's only been nominated one time as an actor. This was supposed to be his swansong..

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"romuald" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"romuald" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Tyranny and poor and, those who incite them from without do not relent they should prepare themselves for. Serious consequences Already throughout the free world citizens have publicly. Demonstrated their support for the polish people Those. Of our allies have expressed moral revulsion at the police state tactics, of Pulitzer pressures the church is. Also spoken out in spite of threats and intimidation but I- reaction cannot stop there, I want him to stay tonight that if the outrages in Poland do not cease we cannot and will not conduct business as, usual with the perpetrators and those who aid into Beckham Make, no mistake there crime will cost them dearly in their future dealings with America and free peoples everywhere I do not make this statement lightly. Or without serious reflection we have been measured and deliberate in our reaction to the. Tragic events in Poland we have not, acted in, haste and, the steps I will. Outline tonight and others we may take in the days ahead our firm Josh unreasonable In order to aid the suffering, polish people during this critical, period we will continue the shipment of food through private humanitarian. Channels but only so long as we know that the polish people themselves received the food the neighboring country of Austria. Has opened her doors to refugees from Poland I have therefore directed that American assistance. Including supplies of basic. Foodstuffs the offered to aid the Austrians in providing. For these refugees we must be sure that every bit of food provided by America goes to the polish people not to their oppressors the United States is. Taking immediate action to suspend major elements of. Our economic relationships with the polish government these actions are not. Directed against the polish people they are warning to the government of Poland that free. Men cannot and will not stand idly by in the face of brutal repression to. Underscore this point I've written a letter, to general, euro ski Head of the polish government in it I outlined the steps we are taking and warned of the serious consequences if the polish, government continues to use violence against his populace Either urged him to free. Those in arbitrary detention to lift martial law and a restore the internationally. Recognised rights of the polish people to free speech and association The Soviet Union through its threats and pressures deserves a major, share blame for the developments in Poland so I. Have also sent a letter to president, Brezhnev urging him to permit the restoration, of basic human rights in Poland provided for in the Helsinki Final, Act in it I informed him that if repression continues the United States will have no choice but to take further concrete political and economic measures affecting our relationship Nineteen nineteenth century polish patriots rose, against foreign oppressors their rallying cry was for our freedom and yours Well that motto still rings true in our time there is a spirit of solidarity abroad in the world tonight that no physical force, can crush it crosses national boundaries and enters into the. Hearts of men and women everywhere in factories farms and schools in cities and towns around, the globe we, the people of the free world stand as one. With our polish brothers and sisters, their causes hours and our. Prayers and hopes go out to them this Christmas Yesterday I met in this very room with Romuald. Specificity the distinguished former polish ambassador who has sought asylum in our country in protest to the suppression of his native. Land he told me that one of the ways the polish people have demonstrated their solidarity in the face of martial law is by placing lighted candles in their windows to show that the light of liberty still glows in their hearts Embassador specificity requested that on Christmas Eve a lighted candle burn the White House window as a small but certain beacon of our solidarity with the polish people I urge all of you to do the same tomorrow night. On Christmas Eve as a, personal statement of your commitment to the steps we are taking to support the, brave people to Poland in their time of troubles once. Earlier in this century an evil influence threatened that the lights were going. Out all over the world let the light of millions of candles in American homes give notice that the light of freedom is not going, to be extinguished winter blast with the freedom and abundance denied to so many let those candles remind us that these blessings bring with them a solid obligation an obligation to the God who guides us an obligation to the heritage of liberty and dignity. Handed down to us by our forefathers, and obligations to, the children of the world whose future will, be shaped by the way we live our lives today Christmas means so much because of one special child but Christmas also reminds us that all children are special that they are gifts from God gives beyond price that mean more than any presence money can buy In their love and laughter in our hopes. For their future Buys the true meaning of Christmas so in a spirit of gratitude for what we've been able to achieve together over the past year and looking forward to.

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"romuald" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"romuald" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Then in connecticut lewis say he wiz this is on its early you know mr wall s or something i mean it it's kind of that that particular thing is enough to drive me patty like you're saying because it's it's you got it right the first time you presumably know who i am and and it it's fair fairly safe bet that if i'm going to say lewis i'm going to want to spelt the way that my name is but that to me that's one of the most obvious like why can't you get this were kind of things with the dictation especially in contradiction to my amazon echo which gets it right most of the time and seems to be able to understand my speech better than my iphone does any way okay let's l we're going to be talking about our why are we so hard on apple segment rewrite that moment as long as you raise but but let's let's at least until you can deliver azerbaijan russia used in send money to of course my kid's across and for romuald yeah yeah yeah they did they run out of rahman and we'll probably actually primitive for them something else he had a couple of moodley payments and so my son had a little bit of trouble setting it up uh it was kind of fiddling um and i was anyway was it he added they had their own number in his cabinet took it took him forever to kind of figure out what the problem was you know because it was also the kind of troubleshooting um but it is really cool to do it through uh messaging writing investing some on and they hit you knew kids hit you open up some cash and bank there you go your bank can is drained i was gonna say it's almost a bad a feature for you because it makes it easier for them to get money from you yes cyber begging at least before you could be like do you use van mele and they're like now you're like oh sorry a right and again.

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"romuald" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"romuald" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Presented by progressive insurance august join us shell pennzoil performance line now by the way you always know there's some musical theme on the show even if book hates and the idea today was said on the board i said come up with a musical theme play the songs coming into into segments and by the end of the show it's our job to figure out what the theme is if you wanna play along and try to figure out the theme because we don't know what's common outside of the top of the hour when you get the dorian mel theme song hit us up 1800flowerscom twitter feed at espn berry at espn blogger at espn radio we will figure we'll we'll so you can get more i guess right now ready you're just here in one song on a moment ago hidden enthralling lucky if she's am on buddy hit the buzzer k hit sec country songs sec not countries all but sec country songs right here are ucla country music songs when you say country country song okay there was a song right yeah but with that country music i mean music sauna listless other crawford of minutia door could be southern rock that could be the theme to ochre romuald artist artist through my head narang okay i like an sec socks fair enough did you think jimbo statement about the acc be in the best in college football because i completely i think right now right now agree well i've talked to a lot about this in the last twenty four hours and when he says best vested work and what are they the characteristics that we're gonna judge disbar because he if we were saying right now yes i agree they have the reigning housing trophy winner they are the reigning national champion they're going to how probably florida state is probably going to be a topthree team in the country do you no one wants to polls come out clinton nagamootoo for behind loeb was going to be dynamic again issue there upper echelon teams are gonna be really good so if i were to ask him is he speaking of right now i will 100 percent agree bus if if we're going to look at this over the course of.

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