21 Burst results for "Rosado"
"rosado" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"I give credit to both. They both behave like champions as long as I'm using that term. I was honestly thinking that it draw might be common. I was. Yeah. I was thinking to draw my baby. Oh, for sure. With the point deduction I was thinking the same thing. And that Edwards would, you know, keep the title with the draw. And again, you know, was a, you know, were they happy they would own them. I'm sure that they were, they were happy, but at the end of the day, I know some people will argue with the for takedowns that Edwards should have won. But here's where I'm going to talk about that. I'm going to break that down. Even though it doesn't matter my expertise, striking, punching, but I can talk about this part of it, that yeah, Edwards got the geography that of the case that benefit them the most, right? On the back. That's what he wanted, right? You mean usman? Sorry, yeah. You got it. But here's the thing. He didn't do enough with it. Exactly. What he got it, he didn't make the most of it. He didn't finish. Now, credit also. Credit to the to the takedown defense of Edwards tremendous tremendous tremendous how quickly not only did he prevent it from going further, but how quickly got back to seat. Unbelievable. Great. Yep. So I give him credit for that, but look, he gets credit for the takedowns, but he didn't do enough. And I actually put a new name to those takedowns. You know what I call them? No, no. Quiet takedowns. Yeah. I think it's appropriate. And I agree, you got to give a lot of credit to the guy if he get to take down the other guy who gets taken down. Nullifies it and gets back up and you don't do anything except exert a ton of energy. It's basically a neutral move. And that's number one. And then number two, even when he was applying the pressure that he talked about, what he was walking him down. And you know, he kept coming in, right? During the rounds, he wasn't doing much with actually wasn't moving his hands. You know, I thought both guys could have used their chair more, but he wasn't punching or kicking enough while he was doing that. In the meantime, Edward was using the ring kicking picking spots, you know, pots shining. You know, as I said, being mobile, keeping them more balanced, but I just didn't think that when he was applying a pressure doing his thing. Who's been does that? He's the boss. He applies pressure. And he's physically strong, right? But what he was doing it, he wasn't making enough out of it. He wasn't moving those hands enough. And again, here's a case where I think his style is greatness, the things that are assets for him actually became negatives fam. Yeah. Where he's patient, he's delivered, right? He doesn't waste anything. Those are usually assets. They've always won for him. But at times, he's almost too patient. Too deliberate. Doesn't waste anything. It backfires on him. Where he can be at work. And as I said, again, his strengths become his weaknesses where he's so solid technically and he doesn't do anything wrong. He's just steady and solid. No frills. He doesn't, you know, he doesn't waste anything as they said, but he also doesn't always do enough. His temperament of being even Celtic, it can hurt him. And that he's just doing enough and he stays in his lanes. You know, where there's going to be no actions for the most part. He had that one accident, last fight. But the fight before, but for the most part, he stays in his lane. He's not going to have an accident. But sometimes, you know, this cause has good passion with you saying Elaine. You know, and you got to leave your lanes. To make sure that a car don't pass you. So again, I'm not a great, great champion. He's one of the greatest of all times. Maybe the greatest welterweight of all time, or at least one of them. There's no doubt about it. But I think that it worked against him in that way. And that's why I think you could give a ten words. As I said, and I even made a note to myself that, and again, I'm not Malcolm, I'm just giving some, I'm given analogies that can give it to script of picture of what I'm of what I'm saying. Where usman reminds me sometimes of a boiling pot of water. But there's no rice in it. Now a boiling pot of water is beautiful. That's great. It's a boiling pot of water. But sometimes you need a boiling pot of rice. Sometimes you need to put rice in a boiling water so you have a pot of rice instead of just boiling water. He was boiling boiling water, but he never gets to the rice. You know, he doesn't finish. He doesn't do what you expect him to do with all that pressure with all that talent. He doesn't do that extra something. It's always been enough, like I said, it's always been a straight because he does the screw anything up. He doesn't
"rosado" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"It just gives legitimacy seen his mind to things that he hadn't been sure of before. Like how good he really is. And like I said, 75% of his mental. So winning the title allowed Edwards to trust the ability that he always had. That's really why the old times would say that it improved them. And that's where the tangible stuff happens. That's how it improves you, that it just makes you believe in yourself where you didn't quite get over that hump of really knowing that you're that damn good. And that you belong at that level. A lot of people take it for granted that these guys automatically know that. They automatically feel that. No, they don't think we're born with it. No, they want it. No, they developed that. They learned that. They went through trials and tribulations to get to that. You know, to forge that, to develop that, to find that out, to discover that. And that's what it does. It allows you to discover the truth. Like I said, that you are that good. You can trust yourself. You can believe that. And that was the difference. That was the difference. And the other thing for me, the fight, the funny thing, both of these guys to me were mirror images of each other. They're both physically strong. They're both deliberate for the most part with their approach and technically solid. The difference really wasn't belief in confidence, the first time where usman believed he was better. That was really the biggest difference. Some people would say, yeah, he was physically a little stronger, but that's attached to believe in too. Because whatever physicality you have, you're not going to use it to its utmost to its maximum Elijah belief. And the opposite, you know, really to the United States that wouldn't the title improves you is that losing and especially getting knocked out when you're the king, the way usman was knocked out. That takes away that aura of invisible invincibility. And I think that that was a play here. I really do that between winning the title Edwards a little more confidence or maybe a lot more confidence and getting that like
"rosado" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"That we walked on the moon, whoever thought we could have done that. But how about just people walking on that doctors had told them they would never walk again. I mean, that's what you can do when you have that mantra. When that's your model to say, there's nothing impossible. We should all remember that. All of us. And again, maybe we're reminded of sometimes in sports. You know, just the thing like that, whatever it is, it's a good thing. It's a good thing that nothing is impossible. And the one thing I added on my list is even like a 50 plus old Ken running a two and a half minus or a sub two and a half hour marathon. That's another damn good one that made my made my list. Man, I hope I hope, for Princeton. Look, it's hard to have to say that it's hard to root against Princeton. It really is. But you know what? I want to win my bracket. All right. Let's get to talking about all right, let's hit the activity in boxing over the weekend. Gilbert Gilberto Ramirez was scheduled to fight. He fought. He was supposed to fight. Give me one, so let me make sure I get that name right here. While I pull it up, he basically give her over here. 7 and a half, whatever the hell it was, pounce. He was going to fight gay. Gabe rosado. So you know that this is a showcase for Ramirez, he's gonna like tune up game rosado is a game guy tough as nails, but he's there to get hit. You know, listen, he's an old wall. He's for everybody. And he's in there. He's in. But he's on, he's on his farewell tour, though, teddy. He's like, yeah. So Gilberto Ramirez, by all his career, look, everything is about relativity of it. At this point in his career, rosado has, as I often say, it's got a lot of miles on the odometer. And he shopped one. I mean, but he's got, he's got a name. He's got a name. He's the perfect guy for Ramirez. He's up in weight. He campaigned at a lower weight class. Anyway, it was clear what the fight was all about. He came in Ramirez comes in 7 and a half. So it was all about getting Ramirez back home with a win. Yep, exactly. So he's gonna, he screwed up, but he screwed everyone involved his trainers, rosado, everyone who was supposed to get paid, he screwed up, and you know, I guarantee you that rosato was like, I don't care if he's a hundred pounds over with doing this, but I guarantee the athletic commission was like, nope, this is too much. This is a bridge too far. No amount of money went on letting this happen because they knew. You can look at that on paper and know what it is. Now you're gonna give them a 7 and a half pound advantage. Like you're gonna get someone killed. I think that whoever made the decision made the right decision, that wouldn't have been healthy or good for anyone. What are your thoughts? We shouldn't be given, I agree, but we shouldn't have to be given accolades and metals out to people to do what their job is to do. Of course, 100%. Yeah, but too often we do it because they don't do what they're supposed to do. Two of them will seek commissions that do allow these fights do allow midnight. And next week it'll be another mismatch somewhere. That's a loud that somebody's putting in danger because the commission doesn't do their job or an appropriate job for what they're there for, to make sure that the fighters are protected and looked out for, they're not going to do that. And, you know, at the end of the day, yeah, they did the right thing. You know, maybe they were forced to do the right thing. But who knows how much pressure was, was it on them? But at the end of the day, look, we knocked people when they do the wrong thing. We will give them credit for doing the right thing. But again, I had to qualify by saying, boy, it's a shame and balance. You got good credit to people in boxing because they did the right thing because so often they don't do the freaking right now. You know what else bothers me about that, teddy? I feel like after like, let's say three, four pounds. I don't even think it should be on the opponent to accept that there should be a rule because what happens. Because what happens is, but you can only lose those certain amount of your body percentage of your body weight. So you know, sometimes they put the opponent in the position where, okay, he'll forfeit 20% of his purse if you take the fight. Yeah, but I don't even like when they let that kid make a choice 'cause it's a no win situation. All right, but it depends there's a cutoff of weight. He was four pounds over. They probably would have let that happen. But once it gets over that Mark, whatever that Mark is, I don't remember if I used to know. But whatever it is, and it's still in a different state anyway. But once it gets over that, that red line, if you will, where, you know, the commission has deemed it inappropriate to allow to fight now to make them lose that kind of body weight. Now, the fight has to be canceled. But under that, they let the lose the weight, they let them go and lose. And if they don't lose the weight as you said, they make a financial deal where the opponent will get a zoo said 20%, whatever it is of the opponent's purse. But in that stage of stuff, that's slippery slope stuff. There's no doubt about it. You remember when they both made weight, but I was talking to someone about this this morning. You remember when Arturo Gotti fought Joey gamache and he put on one, but he made weight, but the weight difference was so insanely different in the class of fighter, so David almost killed Joey gamache. They stretch it out. I mean, I think I don't think he fought again. And
"rosado" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"People around Gabe rosado and I've asked a few this week, one thing they'll tell you is that he felt he had a terrible camp going into that fight against Ali Akbar. He changed up his team, he's back with Freddie full-time. He went with a new strength and conditioning coach. All the things you hear when a guy loses a fight, but the reality Sergio is he's lost three straight. He's lost four out of 5. He's lost 5 out of 7. If not for that, you know, one punch spectacular knockout win over Becca berry Malacca, which give him credit for. That was a big shot. He would have been on a 5 fight losing streak right now. That screams walk away. And now to move up to a bigger weight class, I understand why zerda wants it. I get that because it's a relatively easy comeback fight. Against a guy who still has a name, but unless the pay is enormous and I can't believe that it is. I don't know why Gabe rosado is doing this. I don't either unless it's neat and I doubt it's need because Gabe lives well. If I have to say why it's a fighting spirit and every great warrior has that warrior name where they think they have one more fight, one more fight and as long as they keep getting opportunities and as long as they're not getting brutally beaten down or knocked out, they think, okay well I had a back camp. I changed my trainer rosado's changed his trainer so many times I forgot. You know, he's had so many reinventions that I forgot. Hey, he's had so many different places of training from the east coast to the West Coast to all over the place. That's not it, man. I just think it's his own conviction that's going to get him hurt. It's the fact that he's so adamant of being hungry in a warrior and I can do it, you know, I can knock out someone like this and get another big payday.
"rosado" Discussed on The Takeaway
"You pleasure to be here on monday. Environmental protection agency administrator. Michael regan unveiled his agency's plans to limit so-called forever chemicals or the passes obviously a pretty funny thing to say out loud. But it's not a joke. It refers a group of more than four thousand toxic chemicals. That don't break down in the environment. Pete fast chemicals were once considered a silver bullet when they were developed in the nineteen forties. Ironically a means for making our lives easier. they were used all across america from nonstick cookware. To greece resistant food. Packaging stain and water resistant. Fabrics and cleaning products these unregulated chemical compounds quickly became prominent in our everyday lives propelled by the promise of a better life made easier supposedly by technology. That's right p. S. are found in everything from our drinking water to our cookware. Even some rain jackets and cosmetics but pizzas are also hazardous for health. In fact they've been linked with certain cancers thyroid disease and other health effects. It's time that we prioritize the american people's health over prophets of big polluters. I want to go as far and as fast as we can to keep our family safe from these toxic chemicals for more on this joined now by pet rosetto who is chemicals reporter with bloomberg law pat. Great to have you here. I couldn't be here now. Why are referred to as forever chemicals. Well they're huge group of chemicals. Epa knows of six hundred fifty that are made or used in dos but the actual number is thousands and what they're called forever chemicals because some of them scientists aren't sure how many but two in particular p foa and p foss and chunk of others linger for absolutely years in our bodies clinging to proteins. Like blood now. Eventually we pee and poop them out but once they're back in the environment sunlight weather and most microbes can't break them down entirely does so does that mean that they're actually in the air that we're breathing in in the land that we're walking on in the food that we're eating a candy. The chemicals have a variety of routes by which they get into the environment but they may be released into the air by factories that are making or using them. They certainly are getting into the water through through effluent or most famously through certain specialized firefighting foams. That are used for really tough to put out fires and they're dumped on land or used in bio solids Special type of fertilizers. That farmers us right. Now they're use in bio solids isn't regulated. The epa just hasn't caught up with that and it's got a lot of research to do. Okay so what do we know about the health effects. Well what we know about the health effects mostly comes from those two and a handful of others that i mentioned the people were npr loss. And for those. It's pretty well established that they increase cholesterol. They decrease babies birthweight which affects their health. Befo is known to weaken the immune system and pd false disrupts. The thyroid hormone and the chemicals are associated with certain cancers like kidney cancer. Okay help us to understand what the epa is saying when it's telling us that it's going to rain these in. How's it possible to do so. It's going to take a wide range of actions. The epa is for the first time making a really hard concerted effort to review very closely in a new key. Fast that companies want to make so it'll be harder to get new ones onto the market at the same time. It's working with companies to voluntarily agreeing not to make certain ones and then it's going to regulate the uses of others so that sort of at the beginning of the pipe and at the end of the pipe. It's going to limit the amount of to that can be in drinking water. It's gonna propose a regulation to declare those same two as hazardous wastes which would trigger cleanups across the country and it's trying to develop the technologies and knowledge to address your pollution and it's also researching the fertilizer use of them to see. Is that a risk. And if so how big a one. And how do we control this. Now what can we do on the back end. As consumers are there ways that individuals can actually help to protect themselves and their families and communities. In the meantime we're waiting for these regulations to have a long-term effect. I would love to give you an easy answer that said yes but it's not the chemicals. The ones that are known to be the worst are largely being used in industrial settings. But some of them allegedly can break down as produce go through their life cycle so as we talk. Greece proof food packaging into the landfills as we toss wires and cables into the landfill because wires and cables can be coated with them to prevent fires. This stuff build up landfilled skip rained on and it leaches out into the water so this is something that you really do. Need a big government solution but the one thing that consumers are doing is demanding alternatives where they're available and so you're seeing certain states start to ban food packaging uses of these chemicals because there are alternatives for that use. You're seeing Certain scientists distinguish between. What's an absolutely essential use these chemicals. They're used very successfully to make stents and catheters in our bodies and the fact that they're in there is a really good thing and fda has approved that but do we need them for pizza boxes. Bob the big nut there is. You know who gets to decide what's essential but there is that effort and maine has adopted that as a regulatory strategy and the eu is also moving in that direction. Pat rosado chemicals reporter for.
"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
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"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"We were only seven months in so we only had a couple minutes of information so We did see a spike and actually like even during the summer of kobe last year it was pretty good january a and i'll be honest. This january is pretty rough. Probably one of our a- roughest months because it we were back to lock down almost here and it like people. Just wanna go out. They don't want to experience anything You know and and honestly it Thankfully february of this year into the summer it progress a lot But at the same time. It's funny because i verified this with three other businesses. One is a another winery as well. they were not saying the same numbers that they saw For example this summer compared to last summer so. Kobe was a very unique anomaly. In that regard however we're still seeing a progression for us so We're still a positive net for us. I mean So and honestly the trend for us is that september basically up into the holidays is kinda busy busy your months for us. And that's what we're actually actually. That's what we started to see this weekend. For labor day weekend So hopefully we're in that projection That's kind of been historical for us But i honestly i. It probably won't be into a next year when we start saying somewhat of a normal Projection for our numbers. Because it's been it's been all over the place and honest with this summer to go one extreme of being in quarantine and then you go the other where people just want to travel so honestly i had a lot of customers that tell me i'll go out for a couple of weeks at the beach or just visiting or whatever people are leaving You know for good reason. Because i exactly i could understand that. So it's been a huge flux sometimes but you know looking into this Like as an into this fall winter Hopefully we're gonna end We are projected. Excuse me to go to get a little bit busier. But it probably won't be until next year where we start seeing more of a Solid a stable stable numbers so well. Hey we're getting close. Univer time Thinking thinking back about when you first get out of the army and you're working as a contractor in any in for the as a couple of government..
"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"The military is exactly so it's tough and Actually we're we're going to make an a little bit of a pivot with the podcast over time to focus more on job. Hunting and job skills in not just entrepreneurship Because less than five percent of veterans get out and go into business for themselves whereas ninety five percent of the rest of us you know. Enter the job market or school in some way so Definitely talk about you know. Try to address some of these issues and you said well maybe. The transition process has changed. Now i don't think it has all that stuff soldier for life and and a lot more money at it but i don't really think he's changed all i gotcha. No but but that's a good point because like for those six years like i. I didn't know. I wanted to be an entrepreneur. It really took me that long and You know that. That's not to say like i work in are working in the northern virginia area. So there's government agencies everywhere. There's also the veterans working in in those agencies and that just happened to be my experience. But i know a lot of veterans. Who love what they're doing you know. And they're they're working for xyz agency whatever it may be And they're having a great time because they transitioned almost directly into what they're doing or wanted to do on on on the civilian side However you know back back to me it it just so happened that i kinda went that route especially with the operations and training row which i was doing in the army and i just it just wasn't my fit you know like and and can i go back to you know. I just wanted to kind of do things. My wages being more creative and and kind of reaching out more to the community which is another aspect of our business that we wanted to pursue. But but yeah. So but yeah. That's why i say that..
"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"And i know some people are like you mentioned in the beginning of their either transitioning or about to transitional in the army. I'm not sure if it's the same now you know we had a mandatory. I think forty hour Transition classes. I guess you would call it That you know they kind of set you up to Get your resume ready They actually brought in department of labor to talk to us about jobs and everything and gave you a lot of tools and resources than we did mock interviews and all this stuff and to actually convert in military terms from what you did to civilian terms To to to put on your resume. Well you know like i mentioned I it was good and bad right in my head. I knew that i was just going to get out and finished my masters. So you know. I was of like it was kind of one ear and out the other with some of it But but will say that you know. They're i after doing my own research. There is some organizations out there like department of labor. Had some decent stuff where i could reference later when actually started looking for a job i will say that I hope it's gotten better. You know Because you know my experience it was just very cookie cutter and and especially being in a room with everyone who had mixed experiences in the army. It just wasn't the same. It wasn't really relatable Well to some people. I should say but not only that just going through the difficulty especially me of of of burning into words what i did and and and transitioning over to civilian terminology. That was that was probably another reason why i delayed trying to find a job in the first place and the and another reason why i just wanted to complete my master's but you know i'll i'll say that So my wife is a federal government employees as well. If thankfully. If i didn't have her.
"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"So go back to when you first started up the would lon press winery and talk about the concept of first of all. You're a microwave nery and you also kind of unique in that you don't produce you're grapes. You're buying the grape juice from somewhere else and then taking it from there so talk a little bit about some of your startup. Struggles what it's like Being a microwave nery. Yep yep yeah so Yes so since. We are a micro winery. Well we kind of dub ourselves that just because of the size and output of volume what we're producing but we essentially just work with distributor who sources all the grapes and juice for us at a state of from the west coast mostly california and we get the juice here and start from indiana back in our stainless steel tanks. I will say you know thankfully Through my wife's cousin who have their winery up in pennsylvania that we leverage them a lot As far as their model and how they're sourcing and how they were doing it and then we just kind of made it our own up here in northern virginia so You know thankfully through then. We got to see best practices and and i got a skips Some of the lessons learned at least from that part But but for the business aspect of when we actually opened Here You know there was a last some lessons learned especially with intellectual property so For example when we a couple of weeks right before we about to open We did our research and a google searches and all that stuff At one point we got a nasty gram To say lightly From a business about fifteen twenty miles radius from here That basically said that we had to change our name. Potential era logo because it interfered With and they're potentially be some intellectual property damage they're essentially you know it was regarded court so You know what was what was the quick fix after talking with them. Getting a couple of lawyers You know we thought we had did did our due diligence and all that You know it was kind of a gray area so the fastest way to get our doors open and start making money. Because at that point you know round the clock because we're making wine or paying for for commercial space so you know. Times the essence. So you know what we had to do is just heavy real quick so we literally had to change our name overnight so we went with woodland which is a geographical named here So we went more with geographical name. Because it's it's right next to mount vernon historical melbourne in state And the next two is the would lawn historic house and a woodland area So.
"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"We were pushing perdition right before kobe starting so aderholt way up in kobe. Like like liquor stores and staffer like doing great during cova but if exactly he would have come into your place. That's a different story exactly. No you're absolutely right so from when we open toe kobe hit. It was all basically in-store tastings people sampling and buying bottles and then during covert it was kind of the same thing however when kovic started we you know again something that the military teaches. You just adapt so what happened. We had a close right so we had to close the tasting room for about three months and literally overnight. We had to create an online store. So people can order for curbside. Pick up where we were doing local deliveries. So that's that's what we're literally literally doing three months right. Exactly exactly so yeah. We were as it was late nights a couple of those early nights when we are before covert right as code started where we were fixing the website and obviously there's issues launching everything not collecting money rate not getting addresses right not getting names right so we didn't know who were going to but yeah so but you know just pivoting with it and then we were doing delivers throughout the first three months straight almost every day and then as kobe or ellison here in virginia restrictions started being lifted a little bit so we had some walking hours Some reservations which we moved to reservations only because we have limited capacity in that Helped us to have the social distance thing amongst customer so You know just kind of pivoting through that whole time And and and and seeing what works and what doesn't But like. I mentioned a year and a half for the whole business is is in the age of kobe So now everything is almost back to normal but not because you know. Now we're going to the fall and winter and there's some variance going on so Again we're keeping our eyes out because again we may have to pivot again Whether we're doing more deliveries or having to go out more to people whether it be boras markets are out to the consumer itself But yeah so everything about seventy. Five percent is Redoing in house and we started doing some local festivals which is which is helping out but distribution is is next on the board. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back for over thirty one.
"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"The rest of that six years which i ended up becoming a federal employee for the transportation security administration headquarters. Tsa headquarters Up here at Pentagon city So there that's i spent like four. Maybe five years over there. And i was doing training so i was in training development and professional development over there Again i thought at the time that i you know i was just going to get a nine to five job It was steady. Me and my wife had just had our first daughter. Our first kid. And i was just kinda living the life well. That wasn't the case right. So i kept you going to work doing projects but honestly it came to a point. Where a lot of things were predictable. And there wasn't a lot of creative outlets need you know you were still restricted to certain things and It just wasn't too exciting right so so you know. And and through all these these years to I kept doing the winemaking hobby in the background And it kind of just snowballed in in like i said into what it is and honestly we had thought about opening up a winery. I don't know maybe four or five years prior to us actually doing it And it finally came to the point where it's like. We just need to stop hoping for the best time to do it. Stop over analyzing it and planning it so much that we just need to do it. And have funny enough right before. I left the tsa headquarters. I ended up taking a training manager job as a contractor again Knowing that i would at some point was we were going to start this business but that was kind of a strategic move Just you know because we're trying to get some income as well So a lot of moving parts as we wanted to In endeavor in this project of ours so we We said you know. Let's stop all of that. We're gonna start our l. llc Start a business plan Look into commercial spacing looking to distribution for Grapes and juice that we're using and then we went from there But but you know. Let me go back like this. This took me six years. You know to to finally to finally understand that and appreciate that and kind of no. I wanted to do and it came to a point where know we finally started the business and just being an entrepreneur itself. It helped me understand that at least for me personally that i appreciated like having somewhat of control in there and doing what i wanted to do and how i wanted to do it And just having a winery was was the means for all that So yeah so. It definitely helped me as far as my mindset was concerned was that This was the right time right. Opportunity writing for me to do So twenty eighteen timeframe Quit the job or no sorry. It was early. Twenty one thousand nine hundred. Quit the job. And then we actually open up or one Twenty nineteen July twenty nineteen However we just celebrated our tier anniversary and a about a little over year year and a half has been in in kovin so we haven't had a a quote unquote traditional year yet We're still working through that. But i i gotta say with with our community based so far and and given the hard work that me and my wife had put into it We've we've survived thus far essentially so So are you making most your money off people that come into the winery or or wine sales externally yet so for right now it's it's mostly internally will work in distribution right now and it's kind of funny because.
"rosado" Discussed on Veteran On the Move
"You you and your wife or the founders so before we get to talking about this would really cool concept which you guys doing. You don't actually grow your own grapes. You by the jews bring it in and then you take it from there and turned into wine so really looking forward to hearing about that but i want to hear about what you army. Yep yeah thanks thanks for having me on and and to kinda share my experience Because army officer from two thousand nine Commissioning got out twenty thirteen But funny enough Probably a year. Before i got. Oh that's where. I started my winemaking hobby The and i got into it actually. Through my wife's cousin who opened up their winery up in washington county. Pa pennsylvania about ten years ago So yeah so the year. Before i transitioned out i just happened to pick up this hobby into kind of snowballed from there but but before all the winery stuff So twenty thirteen came in. And i transitioned out of the army And honestly you know. I had no plans Well the only plan ireland's was to finish my masters degree program Which at the time I was going to finish that. And they convert over to that to that profession that career field Honestly i kinda got bored at the same time. So i ended up applying jobs and i like to call it. My transition job because For basically the next six years. I worked in and outside of the government both as a federal employee and as a government contractor. So and. that's where it kinda started. Just just just just my experience and and and into that transition you know i kinda wanna highlight to like it. I guess it's okay not to know what you wanna do. Just to kind of keep moving forward And honestly that's what i had My sites for just just just keep doing something. so anyways i started Disappointed two different jobs ended up being a federal contractor working for the defense intelligence agency as a contractor at their headquarters here Bowling for space Surprisingly i was doing event management. So you know. I had my operations background in the army. They thought it was a good fit. let alone. I had the right clearance at the time so it was kind of a fitting And i like to tell people that. That was a good transition point for me. Because i was a civilian working in a military environment So and you know they're i. I picked up a lot of good experiences Definitely working with new people learning and and and and adjusting to things on the spot on the fly and learning how to deal with that later transitioned more into what i was doing for.
"rosado" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement
"You know you have whatever you Talion restaurant posture is the premium. Like you eight dot first. Then if you've got rid of you crack until like this the the steak'll whatever the next coast is I was definitely breaking rules. When i was in italy as well. Like mixing foods shouldn't have been made aiding july way too early in the day. It was kind of funny funny to say that but certainly in terms of the cultural rules. I think it means that people don't really have to make You don't have to scrutinize and make decision. Everything they're eating. Yeah makes sense. It makes me think of a film big not. Have you ever seen that movie. You must watch it. Hey one if there's one thing that you do as a result of this show having watched big night and for anyone who's who's listening to one of my top ten films of all time. I think it was made in the ninety s stanley tucci stanley tucci yet dossier human and his brother. He's probably by tony shalhoub. They play at the two italian boys. And they've both come over to america. And i think it's in the sixties and they're trying to make it in america and set up a restaurant and stanley tucci. The front of house guy and tony. Shalhoub is the chef and tarnished the older brother. He's come over a bit lighter. And he's much less americanized than stanley. Tucci in the whole film is about basically they clash with the american culture. It summed up in like a sane where the no one comes to their restaurant. Everyone goes to the busy place across the road. That's like more of a club. Run by some other talion guy but they find they get a couple of customers in. And it's this american couple online night order a bunch of dishes and the shifts already appalled by them because they've ordered like multiple different things at the same time and he's made them this rosado and they commenting on how small this ball of rises and they ask for side of spaghetti and meatballs. And he's like we don't do spaghetti and maples. And you're like what are you may need undo spaghetti meatballs and the brothers like just make him the fucking spaghetti bowl but you say it and i say play out where it's like someone is so someone had. Here's so much to their culture into the belay surround the food and then there's some western it's like. Nah fuck them one. Whenever i want it. It's it's it's a funny thing to say player. And i i think i'm kinda takes me to another point that you made you made me think of which is the traditional food cultures of these places have this way of maintaining some kind of health innocence. We're but as soon as you add affluence or as soon as you add affluence.
"rosado" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Else to give to them new chicago illinois's or maybe you're not where you from you know. Good morning boxing. World that he from chicago see chicago talked to his brother. Yeah just wanted to thank you. Ma'am for providing that boxing content that we don't get on the mainstream so thank you for that one. Yeah yeah just want to real quick That kayla plant camello saga. It's frustrating as a boxes that gets done. We don't be pointing. My call just wanted to say that. I do think tank davis after is the next. He's guy he's the one thing. I was thinking if he wants to follow that. Cannella blueprint do you think it'd be helpful for maybe switch promotion companies. Maybe like eddie learn zone. I think you really people. Of course who who should who shot. I mean he's with floyd man. Foyt is the one who invented the green for. He knows what he's doing. I mean he's he's turned tank into a star tank wasn't a star and tank. Bright tank wasn't this big like he. He's done this. He's align them very very well but you don't think that he could take that next step at international level with someone. Like eddie hearn. They put on those big productions. No need no need. Remember that Mayweather took tank to the uk versus liam walsh. They don't need them and look how now look. I know that people had certain opinions about the way that those press conference look. Maybe floyd was a little too intrusive. You know gave that whole should ni- h-have you don't want anybody in your video fillon. But maybe maybe he's learnt from then but the point still remains he was able to take tank to the uk for a no name and turn it into a sold out arena. So yeah no. They don't need any. i mean. you're floyd bro. you really don't need anybody. You floyd i can see tank was with like lou dibella year. Go where eddie. Be global star but like bro. Floyd could take him floyd to himself as fought around the world. Why can't he put his fighter around the world. he just fought in. What was that japan. Which zinsou or would. I don't even know these dudes name but the little kid crying shit. Yeah what the what do you think tank next bite would be or good mu burto one. Forty seven man. We were just talking about it yesterday. Man burto somehow the rankings. Then you got leonard alabi. Talk them out Tank could do a a one of big pay per view now again. I am not saying means to gibbs. i'm not saying birtles. A big pay per view but the definition of a big pay per view to eller be might be tank moving up to welterweight to fight a two-time champion. Who's been in the ring with mayweather. You know who's been on. Hbo since the beginning of time you know what i mean. So it's like that might be. They make money off tank man they let me pull up things. As recent quote man he went in on eddie now that you say he talks straight to eddie let me find it Who has from the maryland area. What's my man's name. Fuck with the yellow god. He always did a nice pictures on instagram. Go to my feet shit but you house finding and screen. Oh hey go. Round by round. Shut out the round by around and have a beautiful instagram. Lay out and fucking they. They make some nice little graphics. So the one i wanna screen ship is this one and i'll read the quote and tanks. Hey eddie none of them bums you can let me be phased that hey eddie. None of them bums you name can sell anywhere. Meanwhile i'm doing effortless effortless f f f for listlessly. All right fuck it. You get it and getting paid mo- it looked like they need me more than i need them crazy man. Because this is eddie hearn. San he needs to fight. Fema lopez ryan garcia and devon haney and tank responded by saying that like. I'm out of here making money. F f f for let effortlessly leslie. Whatever fuck it. I tried the point is he. Ain't lion he making money without even chana make money. And that's why. I'm saying that this birth. Oh fight i mean fuck man. You just saw two hundred k. The thing is bertel bertha makes money right. I don't know let's see what birtles last paycheck was. I wonder what he made for alexander fi but the thing is he to be he wanted he want wanna get paid good for tank because he no he brings sons at a table. Burto himself does the celebrity thing you know. He's always wanted a little celebrity. You know he's widow brawls. Let me let me see what he's looking like on. Gpo he's always been a raw or somebody. He got a film crew following him you know. He portrays a certain lifestyle oshii. He got a youtube channel l. A. r. j. paul on his charitable. Let me screech it.
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"rosado" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Daniel jacobs tells me that he tried desperately to make the fight with carlo before he took them on sale find. I believe that. That's why i like being on on the ground man that all that just like interview after interview like the way i got it from. Ns it's like. Oh room is behind a lot of rumors as you and jamal j the little smirk. I'm by on the inner of my cheek. So you'll see him. Smile ismay like dog. I know him. So then i i just i just like i cool. Hang on press you. But i'm about to interview your father and do the same thing and blew. The father was like man tomorrow. He gave me what he gave me. That interview and confirmation is definitely jamal. James necks so is dimo. And don't jamal got a regular interim certain go. Yeah he got the regular interim own boy. You gotta regulating. He do got the regular. Which means that that that jamal. Ns i mean. I mean that means you guys. Ns will be next in the future to give either earl another sexy dance by earl talking about he moving up to this man. he said. Yeah if he can't make if he the crossover fighting moving up i'll know will he not go. Hopefully he do like charles member when charlie was like your mouth and then people like oh you running from williams and he stood to give that willing to. Hopefully that's how early do like your mouth. I can't make the qualify. I'm outta here and it's like you run it from that and small what man. Ns fight you know what i'm saying is out on the way out like mall because at least did that. You don't get no credit anymore. Because you know all that sexy she was fifty four filming so you know it's been a long time. He kind of forgot. But especially that jacobs fight was you know was offered in in in the bingo. This is what i'm saying. Man was dick's. I wish i had more on speed. Dial because that's something he gotta talk about. How you ain't take the jacobs you went you went monte yale. He got to answer that. He can't let jacobs put that out did not make no sense. He should've i dunno manteo. Jacobs jacobs would have been the biggest name on his resume. That's a career defining win. I don't even understand that. Shot out the jake. Look to look right eight. Didn't didn't he fight rosado already right and then stall what reside. Oh did jacob and still didn't wanna fight jacobs. Yeah man al noman jaguar. Paul super chat says tankers. A great fighter got cannons to. He will not want to down. It will be a stalemate. I got close decision of close unanimous decision or knockout. I know don't they got sessions online. I would like that. That's the one. I think of all good. I would miss that the most equal fight of all. I think i think ten washes loma. I think tank washes loma spongy back. Tom kid washes up. You know what. I mean like easily. A robot known duckie's lomas cooked if he ever walked in there with fucking tanks. I'm worried about that now. Worried about missing orion garcia fight. Like i said. Respect to -til i would like to see the te'o in tank fight. I think that's the one disappointed about man though. So i don't know how well you are. What your history but would tank t o b like this generations like hearns and hagler. Because those were the two big punches right even though even though leonard power obviously was underrated the way he fucking stop hearns late in the thirteenth year. But lynette leonard equivalent will be more like an haney started stopping booze out of nowhere. I think you're right when you talk about earns because just like earns was like dynamite when he punches together and then hagler was just like where you down. Beat you down. You know what i'm saying. 'cause that's like the two biggest punches in that division in and around i mean i don't know is t- otas punch people claim after knock a tiny game dropped by louis loma nazi. Oh i think you would be hagler. Be hagley he would be the workman the tough guy. Strong rough you up punch you up and just just off of you know not how the fight would go but just off of like that perspective. Oh tank would be hers. Like like donna. My if he strike you that shit light up by you know. I would miss that man. I will miss that fight but misses mrs t. a tank and i think i think eventually money could bring that one together because i you know maybe not. Not a tutoring to signed up with bob for another another contract but your eight. Did you see that. did you see that whole father. Espn and top baba's. You're such a fake so fake but y'all shots shot them from listening to the show ended up. Ww east out. That's what we acts. Who set it up. You know what i'm saying. And they did you know they. They shoveled us some some. Bs for us to buy and it was. I guess in his own weird where he's like. Oh we weren't thinking about loma but after watching this right. When i watched that like i said it's it's respect. Do and the only thing you can hang your hat on. As far as like following the logic is loma did with didn't do he got he got knocked. Catania batter there so You know that he listened. That shows the importance of exciting the fans. Because now that rematches like okay. I'll watch it. Okay okay okay. Maybe now loma got knocked off his pedestal where he thought i'm this great fighter and he got that hunger bat. You know what i'm saying. So i like. Let me get to the super chad jaguar. Poll we read that. We read that. We've read that my bad who knicks in the meantime. Let me go out to a call real quick. Oh this guy deserves all the praise. Jay.
Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Menu Review
"What we're going to be doing is talking about the two thousand twenty one taste of epcot international flower and garden festival. Talk food from the flower and garden festival. And there's a lover once-favourite four-letter f word. Yes yes lord did find out who tidbit nonfood related. That is pretty exciting. In the in the press release can we start without lauren. Oh i think steve found it. We're gonna have music so they're actually going to have music at the live music at the American pavilion friday through monday evenings is called city beautiful. So it'll be bands that take the stage at the american garden theater and they perform popular songs from yesterday and today. So they're kind of local local bands but That's a good sign. That's a definitely a positive sign for the to the concert. Type things coming back hundred percent super excited about that. I feel so hopeful. Like did you see they. Brought the next phase of that. Big circular thing out for harmonious sharpies got to be just going crazy their permit. Yeah those are permanently moored. So i mean they're they're not just show elements like they're they're and they're really noon nine. Yeah currently during the day like if fountains on they'll be pretty but as of right now. They're big huge metal things in the middle of this. I know but that's gotta be so hopefully that'll come. Maybe this year feeling hope. I'm feeling hope all over the place ask all right. So tomorrow is the official opening date. Which by the time you guys here this it'll be open so it opens a march third and it runs through july fifth and lots and lots of food opportunities. And we're going favorite thing in the world and we're gonna talk about flower gardens and topiary reason cool stuff but the food offerings the keep growing every year. It's like never ending a food and wine type of thing so it's the first group okay. You wanna hit here. Well if we just take this in order we've got At bent health which is in future world west. And it's called flavorful kitchen. Not flavorful labor full kitchen and over here. You're gonna get your grilled baby vegetables with hamas scream and red pepper coolest. You've got seared for lonzo. Salmon with farro rosado and micro herbs and then a strawberry mousse with chocolate crisp pearls. That sounds pretty good about the last one to me and then they have some averages as well the second beverage. Looks like something you would love i. I don't know about that. These are both non alcoholic blood orange or gula racer brusca frasca. Luda me. well. I know what a fresca is. Scott this is you know what grew is. I have no idea. Maybe sharpie knows. I was just looking at that word and thanking means And then a cookie butter worms and dirt all lisa. Yes it's agua so bad. It is and then the minute i look back at all. I'm looking at it too. Hard or with really sleepy is do we. We did watch dora the explorer now. Well they don't put the words on the screen. They lied orange. Agua rosca this kind of there ago. It is agua free and it's a funny because you know. Lauren always says agua and i'm looking and i'm like it doesn't say agua agoura my god. I can't funny. I international lower and guard vessel. Sounds along exotic him or exotic.
Iran buries slain nuclear scientist and vows to continue his work
"There is fresh backlash in iran over the death of a top scientists. Their most vic rosado was the founder of iran's military nuclear program but he was assassinated on friday and buried yesterday with full honors. Iran is blaming israel for the killing but israel has not taken responsibility or responded to the allegations so iranian leaders are promising a definite punishment and are vowing to continue his work. Meanwhile white house. Senior adviser jared kushner and his team are headed to the middle east. This week they're going to saudi arabia and cut dr. The wall street journal says the focus of the talks is supposed to be on helping to come up with a deal to intentions there. But it's possible. The assassination complicates
Blue-collar character actor Danny Aiello has died at age 86
"Danny I ello had a long career playing tough guys in movies and TV mini series like mobster Tony Rosado in godfather to he says hello yellow was a New Yorker from hell's kitchen who started working at age nine he became a trans union president and a bouncer before breaking into acting he was also known for comedic roles like hapless fiance who gets don't buy shares character in moonstruck on the floor on the floor this is a good so he became a favorite of several directors including Woody Allen it was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role as a pizzeria owner in spike Lee's do the right thing American anti inside a wall his publicist says I ello died of a brief illness at age eighty six I'm Jennifer king
Trump Threatens Iran on Twitter, Warning of Dire 'Consequences'
"Gathered at. The Mt Carmel church show support for the family of twenty eight year old marquees mcglockton who was shot in the parking lot of. A circle k. demonstrators say that Pinellas deputies should have arrested, seven year old Michael Drake but it was ruled. A self defense case the protesters marched from the church to the circle k. were mcglockton was killed A teenager. Is facing charges for a shooting this morning involving his pregnant girlfriend in, Pinellas county nineteen year old Charles ten penny of done eaten was arrested for last week. Shooting of eighteen year old Naomi reside at their apartment on New. York avenue deputies say ten penny originally told them that someone broke into, the home, and shot, Rosado but he later admitted he shot her accidentally. She was twenty weeks pregnant in critical condition no word on the baby's condition the president's been on. Twitter issuing a severe warning President Trump is warning Iranian president has gone Ruhani that he will face, dire consequences, for threatening the. United States Mr. Trump tweeted about. The dangers to Iran of making hostile threats after Ruhani said that war with Iran is the mother of all wars CBS news military consultant Mike lions threat like he has in this tweet it becomes, somewhat now, of an official statement that he now will. Have to back up going forward I wouldn't be surprised to see this escort Played from Iranian. Side and what the president will do them we just have to wait, and see, Matt piper, CBS news Florida's unemployment rate is remaining steady the. Department of economic opportunity to writers says he Proctor says there's no change in Florida's unemployment from last. Month adding that the numbers are looking good Unemployment rate remained low at, three point eight percent at. The same time that our labor force continues to grow private sector businesses in folks that have jobs that are looking for jobs. Continue to have confidence economy the state continues to lead in job creation last month the, state added over fourteen thousand jobs and over. The past year one hundred seventy thousand jobs Proctor says most of the job growth happened. In the tourism industry Pinellas voters will be getting their primary election ballots this week deadlines. Are fast approaching for elections offices around the bay, area in Pinellas county.