18 Burst results for "Sheila Great"
"sheila great" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"Oh hey if he won that that means it's gotta be next weekend. I haven't heard a fucking word about that award. Show nothing nothing at all. I know homegirl was at the met gala last night. I don't know fuck about shit. Our girl from ozark. Oh yes love by the way. I don't know shit about. I don't know shit about fuck and sheila great last night there. Whatever and i think she was probably. They're promoting the show for the upcoming emmys is just give her all the things. She's great she is hanging out with kamla. Harasses niece or something like that. Oh okay come on. Here's a whiteness. Oscar what husband yes. That's a white girl knows it. Yes i didn't really say shit about that dating there holding. He doesn't have any kids of her own. I don't think to her. She has step kids. Rate kamala yes. Yeah yes. I can't remember which one i saw on twitter. There was one of comma harrah's younger relatives. Yeah twice twice removed three times. Who knows white really white. Probably they probably keep them in the back based on race it's meena harris stepdaughter. Ella off so it is her husband's okay. All right now. That makes sense bump. Let's face it going by race. Now of kamala harris. Like you darken off. Yeah you can be in this pick if not. let's just move down. We get as far away from the white racist possible on this one okay. I didn't know that they dating real-life pick sa- fucking picks hanging. Do they look like. They're wearing the same designer. Possibly but i think she's. They're promoting that and it got me thinking fuck is coming back. i now. Well i told you. Beethoven's like role scared. Oh he scared it no shit. What's the story behind that. I don't know he's he's a very Political and a little bit skittish anyways. Really yeah i did not know that he's not going back to fucking do not until i mean they shoot in atlanta right like i think that's probably one of the worst places right now. Just hire tyler. Perry as your consultant. Yeah just runs a tight ship and then you're fine yeah. I don't know that they shoot on lake lanier though for for that. Show so i mean. That's you're in the fucking woods all damn day. What are you. You're not really near that area. Really well Been there million times this kid with wrong with that. There's not these diamond anything. There i guess the crew you worried about the dirty crew getting their hands on you. Look howard stern relegated to fucking basement so at least with howard stern no. You're just like oh shit. You're su super paranoid him. And how he meant down like howard. Stern is not left his fucking basement. Like for real right. We'll bateman is just sort of undercover kind of Skittish person god damn netflix. Stock is going down. Maybe that's why come back with the ozarks shit. I love that. God damn shell. But if he's not shooting yeah look then. Maybe that's why it took that. Eighty million from amazon for the podcast. Go forty three minutes a show. I know everybody's zoom sparingly making it through forty three minutes. That's why though like he gets to stay in his house right where he wants to be. I don't know. I guess the howard stern thing just shut the showdown man with the fuck. Are you doing. go out. Go out on top legend. You're now you're hide in the basement of your hamptons mansion just recording your show like nothing's going on and it's just like he was the king of new york man..
"sheila great" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Maybe I again. I think what we need to be doing with airlines. Also for steve reference balance sheets and whatnot and elect spirit is not one But they still will have probably over two billion in cash receivables at the end of this quarter and and so. I think we'll have to reassess some of those metrics that we've been looking at so i i think if you look at delta on the two thousand and twenty-three basis you're looking at the two thousand and twenty three basis so the point is reopening trades I think whether you're airlines cruise lines casinos other places that are caught in the middle of the leisure space. I think you have a case where going out to that. Twenty-three multiple gives a lot of these guys a lot of a lot of cover a lot of air cover maybe pun intended for a difficult stretch. That i don't think investors are gonna bought them on may said something. You don't hear every day on fast money right. Which is i know we see this. You can save dies right. So how do you try to mention casinos. We're looking las vegas sands for example. I mean it's pretty interesting doesn't come up a lot. But lvs basically has traded down to levels we last saw in april of twenty twenty. I think we all remember what happened there. I think if you're looking for trade risks award and some of the casinos. I think they set up really well. So if you don't want to go down the airline route you still concern there. The celtic casinos has been epic. I think las vegas against thirty nine and a half forty is pretty interesting. Trade her more in the south west news and the potential impact on the industry. Let's bring in sheila cognitive. The aerospace and defense analysts over. Jeffrey sheila great to have you with us. Thanks for having me. Should we assume to some extent that the other airlines will feel the same sort of a slowdown. There's no doubt in that you know. We hosted love at our conference last week and we heard a little bit of hesitation. Cfo's voice in terms of what they were seeing a transition. No it came out today. They they expect from us to be down. Fifteen to twenty percent in q three that compares to down thirty percent to and the other seeing a little bit of hesitation. That's no surprise given what we're seeing in cohen rates. Picking up the and this is a very airline. It's ninety percent. Us expos so. I think you're gonna see that across the airlines as well. Does this necessarily mean that. The other airlines that are more exposed to international travel. There's an even bigger question mark surrounding their projections. No we're we're a little bit more cautious on with the delta. Very do you think you're gonna kinda see this level what we've seen glenn activity is down about sixty percent and we think you're kinda trend at this level because a lot of the next level of pickup into q. Three antiwar was expected to be Princeton's for love is thirty five percent of revenues through delta. it's fifty percent of revenues. Same thing for united. And so. I think you're gonna see you know we're gonna seek activity kind of track that this down fifty to sixty percent level for the next two to three quarters until meeting nick. Twenty twenty two to be quite honest. So you're gonna wanna pick the airland. Weeping could outperform we created delta recently and that was actually on the international recovery. We actually think they have a very calm lucrative potential on the transatlantic brown's given capacity. That's been taken off arquette shields. Tim thanks for joining us. We're talking about demand side. We're talking about cost side. We're talking about obviously the macro around. What should we be watching for the next three months to know that their businesses are getting gathered because i made a reference. I don't think we actually really trust the guidance. We've been getting from the airlines and i think was overly upbeat going into the third quarter. Yeah i think they set themselves up in a tough spot because we're not seeing any impact from the delta variant that was mid july and as you know the covert rates have ticked up. You have to see people cancel bookings reservations overseeing that anecdotally across the board received or rips pushback jeffers residents who pushed back a reopening on as an example. So as we see that push out you know airlines didn't price that in but certainly the last night that if you look at airlines they're down knox ten percents over the last three months well are ariston's coverage snp is excessively underperformed by percents lifestyle of burma's news today because investors are men. Wherever in sheila when you think about where investors then can feel safer in terms of the duration of their trade so getting in now verses waiting to see how the delta plays out where in your space or you finding the most our property investors could take advantage of. We still lay these airlines. Don't get me wrong. I just think you're gonna see a little bit of a turbulent ride for the next quarter to be your ally Potentially double we think love is well possession but preferred airline flight and you know are broader years fees coverage is an interesting as well trump signed for instance on Fade air system within ninety threat. Freeman today so that needs companies are seeing value in the louder st cycle so we like throwing technologies electr inside woodward on their commercial Fires she.
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"The victory ride kicks off the stakes action here at Belmont Park tomorrow afternoon grade three early in the caught has just the feel of five phillies. GOING TO GO Six and a half furlongs as for the three year old's warning line favors one francs. Rock Cat Hall of Famer Bill Will Give Fellow Hall of Famer John Velazquez a leg up and this phillies done very little wrong on her career. She's three for seven. With four second-place finishes ran second in a couple of graded stakes, including the grade one spin away up at Saratoga last year last seen winning a third level allowance optional claimer. She uses stakes. Winner took the any limit kick off three year old season three starts back. and. Probably the only reason that this race isn't later in the card is that it's a five Horsfield and Franks? Rakhat is three to five on the morning line, and she may be the the loan speed in race, so she's going to be tough to beat at three to five, but that's a pretty short price, considering there some pretty good up and coming phillies near now I think number four center. I'll I'm going to give her another shot for. For Chad Brown and Joel Rosario Sheila Great Getting Her Maiden Win Gulfstream Park, when bet down to three to five at the end of March then came back in a tough allowance race at Churchill downs where she was really over bet, she was three to five that day against another very impressive maiden winner of this one for Steve Asmussen in casual casual ran a great race that day center I'll had all sorts of problems. She didn't break that well. She had trouble during the race, and she was just really never in at any point. I think it's a racy can kind of draw a line through? If she runs closer to the way she did and her debut. I think she's the one that could give Franks rock cat. The biggest problem Franks rocket will probably get the lead I would think Rosario would have center I'll sitting justin behind her and seeing if they can outgun into the line going six and a half furlongs. With you I'm going to take a shot with center. Rile planner. If? When I plan! Early took five tomorrow I will use both Franks rocket and center, but I'll tell you what I think. You can make a case also for up in smoke was undefeated and sprints. She's four five and a career. Lone blemish came when George Weaver tries to stretch her out Hollywood wildcat. Go at Gulfstream Park. She's raced exclusively of Gulfstream, in fact, steady diet once. Once a month February march April may June now. She gets a race in July. Here over Big Sandy, she wanted the game face overboard last time out for weaver Rod Ortiz Junior. Who wrote her in her debut against fellow Florida breads down at Gulfstream Park's in the climb back aboard for the first time. Since that day looks, you'll need a little help up front if Franks, rockets able to set an easy pace I. She's going to be very very tough. I think Senator I'll be the first one to come calling. Those are the two up in smoke. If you're looking to three deep, I don't think you need to center for Bobby and I race number three goes as the great three six and a half for a long victory ride go to the end of the card. Eleven race card like I said earlier, and the final four races make up an all stakes pick four, and it starts in reasoning with the greed three poker. Flat Mile on the turf for many years. This was the fourth of July staple. On the naira calendar here it is now as part of a super five stakes card. In, the poker though. On the widener, so they come out of that shoot. On the clubhouse turn we get a field of eight entered for the turf as a main track. Only it's all relevant with the way. The weather's been here. I would imagine you know there's supposed to be some rain. We're recording the show Friday afternoon supposed to be some rains rather day on Friday and into the evening. I can't imagine it enough to take this off the turf, so let's say it will be a field of eight.
"sheila great" Discussed on Tipsy Filmmakers
"Fi futuristic token kinda world especially. Yeah it's really good. Give it a shot. It's not for everyone it's just as but it's really good if you really like into those things. He'll probably would not my list shows that. I've like Netflix originals. That I tend to enjoy our like I love Grayson Frankie. You're right it says you can offer that. I know that time sure it's funded it is. It's definitely it's more of a comedy maybe of an accepting of age kind of thing because they're older women trying to function in society and not be considered old women or if they are considered old women. It's not a bad thing. Making age. Whatever acceptable so they have to accept that their old at the same time as society also do the same because ages really just a number. So that's that's a cute one. Have you guys seen since my Nazi? Wa- I I've seen a few episodes of It didn't grab me as much as I wanted to be. A new Chelsea's I love a love. Chelsea's they do right word but I just I watched a few event and no I just. It didn't get me and all my friends will show good in their someone. Likes was canceled when I just was like. I mean it's it's good. There's not I just. I don't know that I sometimes there's another good show that I like watched so quickly a Netflix. I believe it's a Netflix original. It's got that fundamental on it but it's called haunted. Oh it's so good it's like they bring someone who had like a traumatic experience of Just childhood upbringing of Goester paranormal activity and they have them sit down in front of friends and family and talk to them about their ghostly experience and asking for bed Juju but to be fair already have the bad Juju people that like so pressed it or reviews the tell anyone because they thought no one would believe them. Yeah diploma. Yeah and it's just so like emotional to see their family being there and then the reenactments I think are so good. So because it's like a mix of them sitting there telling their story and the visuals are them recreating it so I think it adds some fun. I mean it's obviously as scary scary stuff. I wouldn't recommend washing it awesome statement. I would think because a lot of it is them trying to convince their family. In a way that what they're experiencing is real and that they've come to terms with it being real and that this is what's happening to them and it's really sad when there's multiple people involved because it's like no. I wish I would have done something sooner. I didn't believe you but now I believe you and it's just it's good. Yeah I do like those on those shows like I have anonymous. I'm still warm skeptic in a believer even going to believe so I have a bit Jewish harder time of getting over that like Oh like all the God security that like really happened. You take a little bit for me. But I've seen it. I liked when they do the reenactments the the actual scares techniques and things to create the students events and the atmosphere is good. It's really like I remember. There was one of the few looker. Season ABOUT A young boy. And there's like a what he woman man. Yeah I think so. Yes like closet or something like that and it's yes if all the different houses of that. I think that was really by Sheila. Great I was like ooh scary. I don't want that but I think I saw her in a nightmare. More something avenue so I think so interesting. I totally understand. Oh code numbers. It was interesting because apparently before his family moved into that apartment. Apparently the mother killed her two sons and then killed herself. Do that's what the white woman is is the woman and the reason why they believe that he she was following. The kid is because she thought maybe shouldn't kill all of her kids so that she locked onto him to try and kill him kind of thing. Sounds dynamite. It's it's honestly though it's really good the way that they kind of portray it and the There's actual I believe emotions in it. I agree with that I think about slight were in makes it much is so. It's different from like ghost adventures or of that and I can't right exactly get to see these people. These they have real emotions. It seems like they're white. You really feel for them like even if like. I don't believe it like Damer were scared. They saw something. That's freak the hell out so they're really on to it for their life like it's not like they're talking to kids. They're talking to people that live with. This will end the the one guy from a white woman like. He's a thirty year old man now. This happened he was like Anderson the answer he sees her sorry wailer shoes and talking to his family about this and they're like trying to understand he's trying to win his daughter was there too. I believe so. His daughter was also listening to this intense story from her father Dan. I totally understand the skepticism. I didn't feel that too much until I think there was an episode in the second season that I had. It was like an alien episode in alienist thing it was and it was good but I just had You know I don't know what I believe in if it's there it's there and if it's not an it's not there. I don't want it to come after me. So it's there even you if it's not there then it's like. I'm not a heck bent on it. You know intense show that I think should be on that Blake. I didn't know I was pregnant or do a Hulu show. That's a trash. Oh Trustees Zero live or that's strange addiction is a little weird strange gets the was that the TLC TLC just cornered the market on the strange weird things that people do so it should be people would love. They will wash that tired. People want us to be crazy doing crazy. Yeah did you ever see that South Park episode? Where there's planning and like they're making. They're telling you the the haunted like narrative. Have you ever seen that? I don't think I've seen now. I catch catch every like every other season. Why south of South Park so reports on? So yeah it was. He was saying four boys going into adventure and they barely survive. And your voices like that show. And you're like did they. Like get him to narrate it in. That just makes it so much. Funnier like never gone zip-lining simply so if some reading about Netflix's though that does get to me which I don't know if you guys noticed it either but they tend to have sequels written off the original movie that bracket A secret meeting a little better but I swear when I try and find certain movies I had the hardest time finding the original original cast. No like so I think it example. I think I was trying to find the matrix. Regret only had like the second plus Mike. They didn't have episode one or episode refers storage. Yeah they had all the holes which made it incredibly hard to find classic films on Netflix. At least because they were either remakes or Remakes or sequels. Yeah I've seen that with a fourth rates that they have to towers and they haven't returned the king and known details of the ring. I was like what is this. What is this series? It you still get regular. How do you good for rights to the? That's it because some researchers just weird like there is I keep like a few of them like the original Jane. The first days mom ever done some of the very first scenerio that was made by a whole different studio at some point. In the James Bond Franchise. They're literally was two different studios making two different James Bond movies at the same time or close to like a lot of things. I think it's diamonds are forever. Sean Connery is actually. It's still James Bond. But it's made by entirely different company in technically. It's like not Canon. Because they can't they can't relate back to all the other ones that he's done. It's just a few movies like it's some weird light. 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"sheila great" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam
"And this episode is one that really hit home, because it's about identity, you know, and, and feeling lost and not knowing who you are outside of the world of sport. And that kind of really how knifepoint started from me really the idea that later became nine point because I was that athlete that did not know who I was outside of football and track, and I was laws. And so the episode we have Kristie petty. She is a former division, one dancer, and now she is a redesigned coach for athletes in high achievers and her. It was cool almost like. Refreshing for me to kind of hear her share, because I can relate to though. And a lot of you can't as well and Sheila great resource for any athlete, or any higher Cheever that just wants to just. Keep improving themselves. You know, like you're not broken your Disney final way to kind of keep enhancing becoming the best berry of yourself, and she can really help you do that. So great episode here a loved her journey in her story, and let you do it critically everyone that comes on when you're younger than athlete will when you're bigger from the goal toe into chief. You know, I've been dealing since I was Cheo. So one of the bigger dreams that I wanted to do was one day to dance on a really large scale. Right. Whether it was for a backup dancer on Broadway or. An international capacity. Just always saw some really cool opportunity to be a professional dancer, one day. And so it's interesting because my life ended up taking a little bit of a different path, but that was sort of the big dream when I was younger. So clearly day after we're kinda after where were you like ballet where you like traditional contemporary, dancer, UN actually grew up, dancing, and most styles? So I grew up dancing ballet jazz, tap hip-hop. Contemporary olive it. Honestly. And so as I grew up and went to college for it. I in my major I was doing ballet and modern and on the dance team. The Michigan dance team. I was doing hip hop and jazz. But ironically, even those doing those four styles tap dancing was actually my favorite, so I did a lot of tap dancing prior to going to college. And then on my own, but that was actually my favorite style. The law. If you're doing all those that's impressive. I'll dancer them out like they can high school in college as well. I know they there was a crime for the like practice schedules for everything. So for you. That like. Yeah. So I was doing every single style and growing up doing all of that. So it's a great question when I was joining the competitive circuit so around middle school high school, I it was. Yeah, fulltime job. So I would go to school right after school. I would go straits dance and you'd be there for four five hours a day. And then as you're gearing up for competition season, you would be there for rehearsals on Fridays. Saturdays Sundays, depending on what needed to be rehearsed more than others. And so it was truly a second job. It was I was either a school with my friends or a dance. And that's why I mean you can relate when you're on NFL team. Your teammates become your family. They become your go-to friends, because you're just with them in and out new guys go through so much together. So that was sort of my lifestyle growing up in high school. And then when I went to college, it was dance was my major and I was also on the dance team. So yet again, I've put myself in a position where I was going to class for dance. And then when I had kind of any spare time I was also attending dancing practices. I was looking at the events like the football games basketball games sometimes volleyball and wrestling, we would travel to nearby away games. And depending on how well the teams did, like my, my, I think it was my junior and senior year Michigan advanced to the elite eight in the final four and the championship game. So I actually was with the team traveling for those games too. So it was definitely a fulltime experience. But, but, but it was amazing. Because it gives you talked to any kind of different kind of culture and learning culture, right? Yeah. It was really cool because, you know, a lot of dancers, don't necessarily identify themselves as quote unquote, athletes. But like you're saying with the friends that, you know, I mean, it's, it's really just as all in, in terms of the training, the practicing the refining near skills. And so it was cool to sort of, you know, live out my performing aspect of dance on the sidelines of watching other athletes. Do their thing. Right. And compete. So it was kind of that cool experience, a sort of seeing how they operate. What bear kind of behind the scenes looks like in their sports? While also sort of living out, what I do. And with that were you like we're like, like a pom squad type that dancer. Yeah. The question so there was the church here team. So that was male and female. And they did stunts and cheers. And, you know, different things on the sidelines. The dance team was a little bit different in that we to had pom-pom. So oftentimes, we got confused, but we did hip hop dances, at the breaks in the timeouts. We were also on the sidelines cheering along with the cheer team, but we would sort of incorporate those Dan skills into our sideline routines. Or while we on the court doing sort of those halftime, or timeout breaks, if that makes sense. At michigan. It'll it'll go to pump squad. Yes. So we were actually just called in Michigan dance team. So it was the sheer team. And then we were the dance team. And our teams worked hand in hand to just be at all the different sporting events, and provide sort of that spirit, and the, you know, something to just provide that visually appealing spirit and share for the for the team that we were on the sidelines for food nowadays. I used to be the key leg like both move anywhere. You know it's so funny, because, you know, you spend your whole life or fighting your skills as a dancer at men, if you pass me on a party, I literally just looked like a goo-. You You know, know, just. just dancing and having a good time. And of course, I got rhythm I gotta beat, but I, I never really liked bust out. These intense moves while I'm Ben. No account. No aac. How you know routine bus out. But, you know, if somebody puts you on the spot, I'll go for it. You know it's one of those things, and then I'm at an event like we were just at a wedding this past year for one of my dance team. Former members and put us all together like a bunch of dancers, and then it's just all bets are. Gupta, though. So, so in that moment, you know, you were, you're live out your dream the goal was eventually to hopefully, take the dance thing to the next level. The wall with what would they li- going every day doing doing the school in practice? Like what was it? How did if feel close to that dream? With think. Yeah. Yeah. Well, so. It was the time of my life. Right. I had the best teams as I was me through my collegiate experience. I loved the wag communicate and express myself was truly through Dan's and it became a second language for me. And so I had an incredible experience just getting to explore the different sides of dance in really refined that end sorta look forward to maybe pursuing it in a professional capacity. And so as I went through my experience, I got injured at the beginning of my junior year, and that sort of switch the tide on my whole experience. But also, I know that some athletes relate, whether they get injured or not that as your sort, nearing that and of your at least collegiate experience. It's tough because something that you love so much in love doing. Almost becomes a little bit of a. A job in a way. Right. And if he's almost sometimes start to resent it a little bit and start to get burnt out because it's like anything when you're committing yourself that hard that often repeatedly, you almost need to take a breath, a step away. So not only did the injury, but then also kind of coming to the end of my four years, I was really kind of ready to take a step back when I graduated so that sort of turned, you know, took a turn from this whole glamorous. Let me go be a professional dancer. I sort of had a little bit of a different experience, as my college for years of panned out. We're going to do with knows comedians, though, was though, that most board in love me that I loved it. Did you can add filling? That's a really great way to put it exactly. You, you put so much into it. And I think you get back from it when you have these really gratifying experiences right? Like you win that game that you've been training for are you nail that performance that you've been practicing for, and so that's some of its way of showing its love back in a lotta ways end a force experience, as you have along the journey. But yet, the toward the end of it was like, what one of my pouring, my heart into when I don't feel like I'm getting that back. So I love the way put that I definitely resonate with that if he heard new, you would the injury. So I tore my labor in my right, hip the beginning of my junior year, but it went undiagnosed for two years, so labor tears are becoming much more. People are becoming much more aware of labeled labeled tears in the medical. And healthcare industries. But at the time when I got it's worn it was still a little bit newer so it went undiagnosed as groin poll, a hip, flexor stream, so many other things may be the nerve thing like it was just a guessing game sort of what it was. So I actually didn't have a diagnosed as labor until I graduated. So it was two years like that. Through athlete. Nope. By. Oh, right. I always say that. I was like, like any, you know, true athlete and true dancer, I pushed through it right? Because you, you don't wanna take any time away. You don't wanna admit that you aren't necessarily ear full capacity. And so I did everything I couldn't I kind of held onto any words from any medical professional or coach or thority that told me, you're not gonna make it worse. It you know it's not gonna get any worse if you continue to dance on it. I just hung onto that, okay? And just sorta kept going at full force, and I had to make some tough decisions, don't during those two years to protect my body. But at the same time, I definitely pushed it well beyond the length that I should have because your mind you were like if I give the wasn't a. Yeah. If I if I give this up or on the sideline who, who am I what am I doing, you know, that was all I knew about myself and what I love to do. And it just really identified the person that I was. And it was it was threatening. I was like, I can't sit out I am going gonna miss out on all these opportunities. I'm gonna miss out on being with my team. It was all those social and emotional pressures that pushed me to keep going. In looking back on that, because I think a lot of happy, go to that same thing because we could with, though, the NATO we do not work, but whole identity crisis. You know, we kinda get so caught up in who we are..
"sheila great" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Welcome to Business Rockstars. I'm Pat O'Brien Rockstars day is in the case. Hi, how's it goin', CEO, and founder of cool out? What is cool? Is an architects, lands fired very unique. Cool desert company really known for ice cream sandwiches. Times in bars sold from trucks are brick and mortars, and distributed, four thousand grocery stores, all around the country and wildly successful because he started only what? Nine years ago, seven hundred nine lot since that, let's talk about the journey of the joys. Want to be an entrepreneur. I look back and I see the seats are being sown. But I don't think that I really it was kind of presented as an option. It kind of more to it by the fault. But what's really exciting is I do a lot of mentoring and was under nigger kids, and there's so much more aware of entrepreneurship. So I think that's changing and more people will have their sights set on that I find that to be the truth of people the standard get out of college job, nine to five Seattle, the pension kind of going away. Yeah. Thinking outside the box, and there's just so much awareness about business, how to start off and so more and more people are really doing their own thing. Ice cream. Why? So my background's actually architecture for seven years, and I just became really interested in how to make architecture more fun and acceptable for people think anything, cools accessible, not the other way around. So I started playing around with using food to get people more engaged in the architecture conversation and I called it FARC attack. Sure I went to Berkeley. So you have to have a movement manifesto there and started playing around with what that could mean. And then my first job out of grad school was busy Imagineering and the recession head. So as part of lightening the mood of the office is started baking cookies, making ice cream navy combination after architects, and it was literally comic relief for people who were being laid off, sometimes easiest things violet Bertha campus. Smells bookstore school. I think it is. Yeah. Guard. Flavored ice cream do. Wants to. It seems like most people that are really successful. Follow their dream something about. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think so I think you can also that dream can mean different things. So, you know, it was going down the path of design and I realized in introducing ice cream dialogue around architecture. It's still needed packaging design a logo website and so still being able to a lot of those skills, and be in the food business, which is I mean, if I told my five year old south when I'm doing now at thirty three I'm an ice cream lady that sounds pretty good to me. Dream and wildly successful as you said earlier, and you've been written up everywhere. Who's your favorite aunt great question? I am a big fan of. I like Richard Branson, a lot. I mean he definitely talk about a brand being umbrella for so many. I think that's a really great approach because then the world is always, you can go from record labels airline to coal to phone that may not all be successful. But that's kind of the right. You're allowed to fail to Richard. Branson's name comes up in your more than anyone really Steve Jobs. Yeah. Yeah. I think Richard Branson also seems like pretty nice guy, you know, I know personally, but I think that he really I would say on, you know, for me job, definitely an icon. I think has style of how he made his mission happen is pretty brutal. Yeah. Thank you. So could probably say smile, lot things pretty happy and funds. Maybe a different approach on what's the scariest thing about early, you know, I've been kind of going down this path studied architecture, undergrad and grad school, my dad's an architect, actually, my dad's Arcus. Hats and my mom is an animator says knee, and I was they had the coolest jobs, but I wanna do something totally different. And my first job was architect, Disney. So I have been more like the tube but, you know, you're sort of, on this, and all of a sudden you say, well, I'm going to take total left turn. You know, I bought the truck in off Craigslist for twenty five hundred bucks. My personal credit card and doing this ice cream kind of vision, it was just so not that sort of going along this idea that you have. That's very clear cut. But I think you know, I was twenty five when I started the company so you're pretty comfortable with brisk at that point. So it's not like that overwhelming. I mean I just I thought we have this vision. Yeah. Nothing to lose. You know, on the case is our guest to see. Oh, and founder of cool house, a US. Right. I like that. That spelling on that. Yeah. So. Architecture an ice cream. No. About what makes you so I think one thing is just with ice cream or with so many brands folding in a whole other audience that you wouldn't expect it, you sort of think of Ben and Jerry's and rock and roll. I mean, they did that so, well, it doesn't necessarily belong there, but the more you sort of integrated into that world. And thank you know, the Woodstock like ice cream and and show you're saying, okay, and it falls in this other world architecture, may not be as big of a reaches as you know, rock and roll. But we all are insisting space all the time. So it's just a great way to if people wanna learn about architecture, by the names of our players like Frank berry, minimalism, Richard Meyer, lemon Louis, Kahn, which is our bacon ice cream grade, if they don't learn about it, like no harm. No foul. But also for me. I think one of the biggest things out of this is brands need design, and they need strong. Visuals more than ever. So if you have that kind of architecture mind and you think about every little thing, that's going to be designed house. Gonna tell story it actually has been an incredibly handy background running doing friends. That's. Surprise people say, no really working so hard. You don't have time for friends. Well, you'd be surprised how many friends ice cream gets you. So. Solution for ice cream headaches. Well, you know, that does tend to play the industry to some degree. However, what I will say is fast so fast. And he wants them to being right around zero degrees, not like minus ten because you start to taste things. More tastebuds contains things better when it's not super super frozen. So if you just give it those extra seconds, a better experience and you won't get frayed is Jim. How about work life balance? I think seven years in something I can say is I feel that I have gone to that place where have part of that is, is the luxury of having an amazing team around you where I was just in my wife and I went to the coast for two weeks on a baby. She's six months pregnant, and I wasn't worried about leaving everyone behind, you know, it was like I know I know everything good hands with them. They can tackle the obstacles. We have systems. We have accountability. And I think that to me is like. It makes me feel that that, you know, have achieved success, which, of course, I want so much more. But little success is that I can step away and everything's gonna fall apart. I great piece of advice. One of our angel investors kind of a mentor coach, named Bob Margolin, who did Cherokee jeans, really grew it more on the ninety. Exactly. Margolis you know, he loves his Sheila great golfer. He said, you can walk for a while, when you don't know what's there, and I think that's such incredibly valuable advice to especially young entrepreneurs starting out because you don't realize all the rules, you're breaking and you just do it. And that's a good thing. Because if you're, too aware, you're going to just, you know, kind of tip top around it and going to get you that's not going to create promotions of business on the other hand, Vince Lombardi, the great football coach love players who run through walls for me. But the one that walks around the wall that's my quarterback. I love that. Like your friends really support. I think that's finish everything within the. Yeah. I mean, you know, I'm sure some of them back their mind life. Okay. Let's see how this goes, but I think I think having kind of buy in from your friends and they're excited for you. And it was such a fun business to kind of start out with the speed up van truck and the wacky ice cream idea. And I was at a time when artists and Kraft food was still really out of sentence. And then, of course there they're also proud like as we've grown along the way and many were saying wouldn't necessarily have thought it clearly guys vision. Grad seal so great. Trying to simplify your job your own ice cream truck. That pretty much, you know, break it down. Time for reading other hobbies and stuff. Yeah. So as far as reading love the New Yorker. I mean. Forum. It's so well, ran, I always even the magazine get the age on the, you know, it's still like, but I even if I don't have time for the whole magazine, I always read the restaurant review and the TV review. So, I feel like I at least got, you know, and maybe talk of the town cartoon. Oh the cartoon contest every week. Really competing of come on. But I can't get it, though. Ask to make tough decisions of. Use your do research. I would say it got over research, but you wanna do a combination of both for sure. Because, you know, there's a certain amount of checking things out. You don't wanna go and blind. But then the day, I think our instinct is going to be the biggest winner goes roads with exactly. What was the biggest disaster? So many good ones. I mean. Definitely. No trucks, again, trying to see the silver lining. So the trucks will break down a lot, especially in the beginning, and there was one time doing a birthday party for Reese, Witherspoon when she had the high property. It's so great. And the whole the whole group that was there. It was awesome lovely lovely people. And we serve for her kids birthday. I think he served great, great ready to go truck on our on our Staka. That at the most beautiful property. You know how are we going to get out of here, Ono? So they end up feeding dinner and taking care of until he can finally get to start. So, you know, it's like, really bad. But then, again, they're worst places. Get stocked when you went to Coachella Boselli like almost every cello and it's hot out there. Yeah, it was hot. It was must have been going crazy. It was it was an amazing that the heritage of the brand starting with. That is a really good legacy..
"sheila great" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Who came in after Edwards and easy. Any got a double play ball and struck out a guy broke a bat grandkids. There's a former all star closer. And you you you may have to go to him. They may have to switch roles in the short term. If Edwards doesn't find cancer be be sort of the plus reliever when your head and Edwards, not so much. I guess I'm not saying it pitches when you're down five, but he's got to find his game quickly. Or I think Joe's got to think about other ways to go in the eighth thirty. Okay. Joe? I know didn't tell you guys about this before the game. And it wouldn't have made any sense 'cause you wouldn't say, well, listen, if Darvish has problems, we have we gotta Jose cantata Qatada actually came and pitched four innings he walked too, many guys. But he actually did a pretty good job. He did. Okay. He did. Okay. Now, you know unusual for him to have to come in to gain a little bit of a break there. But the whole thing was based on the off days being off right on Friday and being off on Tuesday. They never committed to confront next Wednesday. Which is when he was pitch. He did not pitch like on his normal day the other day that was a good indication. They could use them in the bullpen at some point here. So yes, it was trying to plan if they needed him whether it be yesterday or even today to throw him in the bullpen, and that would be kind of used as his start now because they wanted to keep you know, they didn't want to have a sit six days. Yeah. It was all kind of planned out there. Any get. Okay. You walk the tight rope a little bit give up those two runs. But part of it was Bodey booted the ball they actually called the head. So no Qatada was the least of the problems compared to Jarvis and Edwards in my opinion. Okay. Last night. And I don't know. Maybe I just missed it. What were the were the glasses for Kris Bryant new last night? He warned Thursday as well. Because it was so windy, and they'll do that at Wrigley. Little bit more perfecting his contacts with the wind is blowing. It was it's been blowing here. Okay. Let's see today. Maybe he wears them. Maybe doesn't not as windy today. But that's what that was about. Okay. They they had a couple of our lineup changes is probably playing and so's carotene. Yeah. They both. Are you wanna stack your your lineup with lefties against plans Flynn the cubs? Did that a couple of years ago is with the cardinals? They really took it to him. So they easy opportunity precarity to catch. Remember, they they they don't want to overwork controllers even though he's got off to a hot start to Joe in any manager. You get the entire Washburn one start in that first week. Because guys have a lot of at bats built up throughout spring training. You sit in for two weeks all of a sudden you've lost any rhythm. So this was in their care in there, not about someday getaways and stuff like that. Always been showing teen people have already asked me about that. Sure. I'm telling you when Chad steel talked about sense of urgency at nothing to do with lineups. Absolutely nothing. They're on board with Joe's lineups. And the reason I know that is because show continues to make those lines. They are his bosses. They can tell him. Look. I don't want. Go Sunday getaway day lineups. I want I want Chris by playing one sixty two. He could see. Okay, tell Joe that when they talk about the urgency, again, let me repeat this for people that are hard of hearing. It has nothing to do with Joe's lineups and asked to do with their day to day work and crap and all that stuff. So let me make that clear Jerry, and he's gonna play as much as care teeny would've played regardless of the sense of urgency talk that we had in the off season same thing with the scouts. So same thing with all the bench players. Okay. Because you mentioned it contrasts three for five yesterday hitting the ball pretty well. And I understand that that that's kind of a day you you'd like to see him back out there again. But you're right. Disagree with it. You can disagree with that. Right. But just understand that. That's what's going on here. Right. This isn't Joe being Joe this is this is what they're going to do. They're going to play their lineup. The way they they built it up figuring out the days when to play all your lefties because it's Lance Lynn and the gays wonder when you sit there your maximum out the lineup based on the schedule. That's what they're doing. And the fact that you gotta keep some guys freshening not like Joe's the only person that does that mean everybody plays their their they're backups at times. Maybe Joe does a little bit more in the in the first half because he believes in rest more than maybe most a lot of other managers, but in general field Joe and cheddar on the same page when it comes to this stuff. And again, it has nothing to do with the off season sense of urgency discussion. Okay. I don't want to rack your brain. Or have you rack your brain? You've been thinking too, much, all spring training and everything else. But really quickly. Do you know what my favorite part of the game was last night? Oh, boy, knowing you. Let's see knowing you happened late in the game. Yeah. Happened late in the game. No. I can't think of some. I can't think I know how you are your question. Crotchety? And but I don't know. I I can't find that moment that would fit. Here's my favorite play. The game. Two outs in the ninth inning cows were released out of bunt. Because the the infield was pulled over they ran this. Chef he pulled one he I he tried and he didn't make it. Then he lays down rolls down their baseline hits desert base bag. His job wasn't to hit a Homer. There was to get on base. And there was so nice to see that that was one of my favorite parts of the game last night. Yeah. Good one. I agree with you absolutely down to you have to get on base one way or another. It's it's risky in the sense that if you make a bad fun the game's over on the fun in that stock. But if you if you do it, you don't even need a perfect bite. You just need anything down to the left left side there and you're going to be safe. So is margin for error is large enough situation. I agree with you Donald to. It's smart. I think resort insurer will probably max out on this year. I truly believe that the way those guys are played. There were so many moments last night. I mean, I can't believe more guys. Just don't try it right on either team when you're shifted like that one point Bodey with one strike when when like back your second base. I'm like got one strike, you're you know, usually with two strikes you back off and stuff. With one strike. He backed off and like man who cares Euro-strikes at one strike down the fun. I'm thinking about the opposing player in that sense. But I I love it was great call. And I think you're gonna see results in in do it more and more this year particular. Yeah, I would not be surprised to see Rizzo. Have a nice day today. Carotenes catching right? It's not at first base. So yes. Like, I said they voted up with the left. Right. Fires and Brian are the two righties than in there. Obviously. Moore's in there as well. I remember they only have benched players care teeny your scalp so goonies goodness. Another righty. So one of those two right? He's had to play. And so I'm more. We'll get a chance today. Jazz Sheila, great, and the cowboy hat, my wife said you look better than me. So you got that going for you? I think it was this shades though. Maybe I'll maybe I'll buy it. Put it on the company. Look good. I enjoy enjoy your time. And then it's off to Atlanta. We'll talk to you later. You gotta take Jesse Rogers down in Texas cubs wrap up the series. It'll be hamels against Lance. Lynn, we'll wrap things up. We come back after this and ESPN one thousand March. And that means March madness is here at circle k busted brackets buzzer-beaters upsets her coming as the new official sports drink of NC, double a March, madness, spotty armor is here to hydrate..
"sheila great" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"I mean, literally she could wear anything Sheila great. I can imagine what you said black pants. What do you think about just short sleeved shirts in general short sleeve? They're kind of a brave move, but down culture. Yeah. I think they should be worn more. But no one's figured out. How 'cause you look like book of Mormon? Yeah. Yeah. I've done the short sleeve blazer, look and people don't know that. I have that's nice, which is nice. But it's a shame because this for those shirts because like they are very functional very functional always long sleeves, and you roll them up three fourths away. Anyway. So why not just cut sleeves off and call it? Why not sleeveless? Yeah. See mice. Why not off the shoulder? Why not we start align? Speaking of the fact that it's almost today's such beautiful day. And it's getting really excited for summer. That's so great. I'm excited that you're excited. I know because usually I don't love like warm weather. I don't care about the weather, but in ready this time, and I think I'm gonna try and get back to live method. And like we're Kito season starts today. And it would be nice to be like inch shape like have one good summer. It'd be nice. That's what I've been saying. Like imagine having. Not that I intend to but a six pack or going to the beach and like being excited to be in a meeting suit. It's a shock. And I heard it try it one does that. Okay. That's human rhapsody. The director for many music videos for the band who became close with mercury Topaz six in an interview about queens, legendary manager Jim beach, aka Miami. I'm sure he has plans for a sequel that starts with wide. Dole is added that the foul of film is now being heavily discussed in the Queen family beach also produce bohemian rhapsody, which has made more than eight hundred seventy million dollars worldwide, the rock bio pic won four Oscars last month and was nominated for best picture. Okay. This is really shocking because I just feel like sepals are always about idea. And I understand my they happen because when struck to that was really the best sequel, sometimes sequels are always bad. But then the. The trip. The try quill is always amazing high school musical three hangover three, you know. So we can't have a third without the second. And also what we were just watching and saying that there's definitely a sequel because it's the number one box office movie ever for DC comics for DC comics also does that take into account inflation. Because obviously when ticket prices are now twenty dollars. Yeah. They're they're making more money than when tickets were a penny gone with the wind fabulous. I just I. No. But I'm just saying in general like compare like the Titanic even to. Point gone with the wind..
"sheila great" Discussed on WGN Radio
"There's over forty of them, and you can have Lou malnati's shit anywhere in the continental US. And that's what we I tell you about my Sunday. They accidentally sent somebody else's pizzas. And I called them. And I said these are the wrong pizzas. And I wouldn't have minded so much except one of them one. They needed to know whether pizzas were and to one of them had green peppers, which is not appropriate for God. No, no. No, no, no give anything else that to give away. Because I Subaru. Yes. Three one thousand nine hundred seventy two hundred I have how hard is it? Do. You wanna weather station a pizza, or is it after latronic scarred. Maybe we let them choose really don't know. Electron difficult question. Yeah. It's about the Super Bowl. Well, it's football related. Would you? Let me read this. We were talking earlier about the president's state of the union address jasmine had called and she was and by the way jasmine, who is an avid listener of the show and has their own thoughts. And opinions did not like the speech. Dave was a day. Didn't watch it at all. But just not impressed with the president. And general Ken thought it was one of the best beaches of his career grading on a curve, right Elliott. Just wanted him to say you're fired at the end. So there you go. So those are the opinions, and I was you know, sometime I'm just here is sometimes as. Your traffic control. Like that like you're out on the tarmac, which is why she needs a GPS. So yes, exactly. So from the seven zero eight said, it was it was such an improvement from his sometimes erratic, rants, it was calm and well presented he showed a somewhat softer side. So we're we're we're good seven zero eight by the way, they said that they were aggravated with you. Okay. With that aggravated with you to all the time. One more thing the seven zero eight says Milania was gorgeous. Although she is a very attractive woman Sheila, great, you gotta give her that. You gotta give her that. I don't get any of this Malania bashing. She's just she's trainer best. I believe it's the hypocrisy over the bullying anti-bullying, look me best. Okay. We were going into the right direction. We're moving forward. You still want to talk about pecker wrecker to do this quiz. Great. A of a pecker blackmailing Bezos. Now, I care a lot right over his head. Going to give you my GPS. Oh, yeah. Alania? Okay. Eight one seventy two hundred four the hamburger. Hamburgers. So here's the quiz. Very simple. This is an NFL hall of fame quarterback very famous relevant this year. He has thrown more interceptions then touchdowns, and he's in the hall of fame and his completion percentage for his career is fifty point one percent. Even I seventy three touchdowns two hundred and twenty interceptions. Who is this quarterback? Wow. How many Super Bowls anyway? By the way, the phone lines had lit up everybody hung up when you. The ashley. Oh, I want to. Because a lot of ties in football. Okay. Can I win you spent so much money? And absolutely. I I'm not I'm not going to go. Anyway, I actually know the answer this question. They were talking about this particular someone's calling radio while the silence. A lot of pressure on the sole solo caller loan caller. Lot of killer show, Ken. Year five by the way. We haven't had a chance to talk about the the blog post from Jeff Jeff Bezos yesterday where he basically was like, oh, you wanna come after me? You know, here you go. This is everything you just shared. He put it all out there. It was remarkable. I admire him you can do that. With our caller. There's a call to answer. All right. Do you have do you have an answer for? Hey, chris. Do you have an answer for Kenza lengthy trivia question. Brand targeted. No. But you're kind of in the right era..
"sheila great" Discussed on KTRH
"Three three until the patriots. Touchdown followed by a field goal secured. The win the patriots. Now share the record for Super Bowl wins with the Pittsburgh Steelers at six a piece that's a lot of rings getting up to one forever. Super Bowl halftime show managed to avoid much controversy. This year also didn't generate much buzz. Maroon five headline to star studded performance. Critics say was rushed if there was any controversy. It was the number of acts who refused to appear citing their support for national anthem nealer. Gladys Knight had her hair all crowned around her head. She looked like the statue of liberty is she saying, you know, what she's she's ageless. She's seventy four years old. Sheila great, and she sent San graders as well. She ran out the brave too long people lost. The bet don't have to work expecting all your co to Bank this morning after Super Bowl, though, KTAR ages Cassandra's is live with that. Yeah. Over seventeen million people are going to miss work today. If you believe the research now also numbers that forty percent could either miss or show up late workplace culture expert. Joshua Evans explains why this happened over celebrate. And then the next day comes and all of a sudden, you realize there's no way that you will be in the office that you could be productive the opposite. Netflix people having students either call in sick or short played the day after Jimmy made it in today. So to make things easier about thirty percent want to make today a national holiday Evans says that's not going to happen anytime soon in that simply put you've got a plan your partying better than usually have floating holidays. They can use or personal time off that they can use even organization wants to go ahead and let their employees not sure what the day after SuperBowl Sunday that might be great if their employees very big football fan because we make the day after Super Bowl Sunday. The national holiday. We might have to do it for other major sporting events to like the NC double A tournament opening day, major league baseball and Jimmy's favorite Wimbledon. I don't know. Why why don't we just have Super Bowl Saturday? Why don't we just move it? Well, then you'd lose a full weekend day of being able to party. Celebrate anticipate. It's all about program. I guess it's all about or Sunday ratings more important the game is about the TV. You get that. Yeah. Do you think the Monday after SuperBowl should be a holiday? That's our question today. KTAR H dot com. You can sound off on our Facebook page now President Trump, he's sort of got a prequel. To his state of the union.
"sheila great" Discussed on Conversations
"He used to have these robot used to position it's I he could flip the people's cars and one ninety flip this man's car. And this man's mother at signature this is in the nineteen. Fifties chased him with an umbrella and bait the living daylights. So I want my advertisement may although I suspect them up shooters to might have liked to have done. Tell me about the similarity between your dad's shade and your kitchen dad was very very organized. And I am exactly the same. And we junking family that the I get the more like him, I'm becoming I look like him. And in fact. I looked like my daddy and drag so. Drag not ever saw human drag. Let's make that very clear, but he he shed. There was a place for everything. And when we built our dream home that six years ago in my kitchen, I love to cook. There is a place for everything. The top away draw is probably a good litmus test. There is a place for the lead. There is a place where the top away, and I get very crossing crossover. My Tupperware drawer would probably send you into cardiac. I've got my spice rack lined up enough medical order. Is that? You mom was a nit Bulla. So she the one who encouraged you to take up the sport. No, not really, actually she. She was quite a good knit bullet. She played locally at Hawkesbury wins aware grow. But when the time came I guess for me to be old enough to wanna play ball. She didn't couldn't say it in me and one of her friends Sheila called up and asked if I would like to play nip bushes putting together for the grain hills under eights team or something like that. And mom's at ni- now at least. Bit uncoordinated bit studious Lexa books aren't think tame spoiled us for her? So Sheila great role model a woman who wouldn't take. No for an answer rang. Mom, back bat awake ladder and said, Margaret, you white believe it, but did you know that I've just seen on television that ninety eight percent of kids who ends up as juvenile delinquency in Himes. I've never played team sport. Whether that was the case. But it was a like a lightbulb moment for mom, and she and as it turned out, the wait before I had tried to set fire to my bid, and so mom was a bit like she can play. I love that idea of sheila's spending the week trying to work. What's the based? She had a direct line to my parents when they found out that I was apartment he act, but anyway it same. It's good to know. That's what saved you from teenage delinquents wasn't able so did you shine in it straight away? Not really loved it. I was very passionate about it. From the first second step on cord. I absolutely loved it. And was very tried really hard. But spent a lot of time on my. But but over the course of the years, I got better and better and got to the point where in fact, I Khuda could pass catching are could do what I had to do. And what kept you playing if you weren't immediately successful with it. What did you love it? When you keep going love the team aspect of it. A love the fact that nipple real easy ultimate team sport. It's a sport that not one person can dominate. So everyone has a role to play. I think it's the sort of sport that takes his kids corporation tame work, or that sort of stuff that perhaps the sports can teach you, but I think nip. Does it? So well, how competitive we you as a kid was more competitive than skillful? Actually, I loved competed, and I worked really hadn't went really hard for the bowl. And went off started supply rips. I played for a team in the west for Hawkesbury, and we had a rip carnival. And I remember this distinctly because Manley were the tame debate at this kind of and anyone who I guess groppy and Signor around that time would remember Manley as being regarded in rugby league, I guess is a silver tiles and init- bullet was very similar and the Manley officials wanna may take it from the court because I bet my taste when I was going for the ball..
"sheila great" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Yeah, only fine with that been married three times, right? Yeah. He has no interest in marriage, your kids? Yeah, you know, I got five kids. Five. I know in your Granddad three grandchildren shit. Charlie Sheen's again ran for and if you're overs Madonna turn sixty today. Sheila great. I know for her for her, I met her. I'd actually met her when I was sixteen. She's Charlie Sheen. No, I was best friends with the late great Crispin. And so we came home after a late night at sixteen. It wasn't the crazy late night, you know, and and Sean came in right after healing before classes started. That was like a normal pretty much knows during the summer. Okay. And Sean came in with this with this gorgeous young lady and very specific style to her a tire in and he introduced her and he said, hey, assholes, hey, Charlie, Chris went down and we were like, oh, hey, nice to meet you. What's the one name? Bullshit? You know, right? Yeah. Share right Rosa. And then after that it was, yeah, boom was on. Wow. No, wow. Wow. Wow. Okay. So because you're losing you when major league, for instance, you were an you were a baseball star in high school, Santa Monica high, always a star. Well, I'm. I made the team. I had decent skills. You know, I was able to compete, but you said all actors, wannabe athletes in all athletes, wanna make movies. That's probably true. It is true. I, I'm a big fan of stick to what you know. Yeah, stick, you know, right? Yeah, Michael Jordan, you're not a baseball player. I mean, good good for him for giving it a shot, sir. I think he was Donald Trump in politics shot. That's a good try. But you know what time you go home. Boom. So wait, are you? So you're, you said, I'm you're not at all political, but it must be hard around your dad and Amelio who are well on these political divisions, namely. Yeah. I'm political enough to have a sense of of of what's going on and how to filter through all the bullshit. Right. I someone is so, I mean, seriously, you are like, what's the? What's the word for the opposite of Trump like the art. He's the bright. If there was a movie, he's anti Trump. He's the complete. He's the most honest man and it will. Donald Trump is the biggest liar ever. There's no collusion obstruction of Justice going on, right? You must be the same as us when you watch them on TV is absolute bullshit. Yeah, I, I've done experiments dish in the past few months, not starting my day with with with the news just to see how it feels the the mood in the house is it's, it's it's, it's a lot more serene. It's a lot more surreal. Yeah, I checked the updates and yeah, he's, there's a nuke strike going on speaking which we had lead Thompson unhappy our few weeks ago. And we talked about how fucking. Weird is that you guys were hauling red, dawn and Russia's attack. Oh yeah, it's just it's totally right. I mean, yeah, I think the diversity of the opening was just last week. Yeah. Have red dawn? Yeah, yeah. What I mean, I seriously, I sure you've heard all of these questions before a. We've already slobber all over Amelia about men at work, but. 'cause love it. But do you? I mean, is it hard to have a good one? Ask? Do you have a favorite or which favored, you know, experience mega movie. I mean you. Yeah, I favored experiences. Yeah, the most fun I've had an a film was musketeers. Okay. 'cause we were were in Vienna. All of us just in a in a in a really good time in in our lives and in history, and we were just getting hammered the night before. And the next morning, this is the price just thrown onto Knicks and storming, the castle, you know, and. Yeah, on the film, I think turned up my favorite thing because I, I just love goofy shit, and I love the sucker brothers. And so the fact that you were like crazy, talented series actor guy, platoon Wall Street that you know you were in hot shots and bright and the day and major league all these like, you know, that's the thing is like, plus you have such a deadpan. You just don't see that coming that you were so funny that you're able to..
"sheila great" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Keyshawn George nosy, Travis in for morning keys on TV doing get up. So it's l z and Travis. You know, how key does his top ten list of NFL team, but there's usually more than ten in there, but yes, yes. So he had his top five. Why rec- was in the league. Six? No, he's not doing our people right now. They don't think blind. You can count because he's up there putting six names in the list of five players another time. Another time there's the reason you do top ten is because there's ten ten is supposed to be a difficult choice. Right? He's gotta go, that's go. I do these top ten list every Tuesday, Travis. It's hard work. Yeah, leaving things off. Please. Everybody people text me Jefferson. There wasn't room for everybody. How dare you disrespect Gilligan. I know. Killing off Gilligan by the way. There's a picture I saw online yesterday. Ginger is still alive. She's eighty four and she can still get it. She looks pretty good for eighty four looks great. This the goofy before Sheila great. She looks good for eighty four. Would you travel still? No, you wouldn't? You gotta get older people. Nothing. Do you know if you did it? You can tell you a slut with ginger from killing. Don't even know the detail wanna know time machines in. All right. Jeanie Buss had a quote that I think is awesome. And it's a quote that I think had to be put out there because I've had this conversation with Laker with Laker fans and and other people that are around the Lakers like, no, this, this is the thing that doesn't exist, and this is I think validates my claim that it does exist. Otherwise she wouldn't have had to say what she said, and that's this idea of, I don't think it's a Laker fans. I think it's Koby. Fans are threatened by LeBron arrival in LA and Jeanie Buss had this message for Laker fans quote. They're not Laker fans if they're not happy about the Braun joining the team. Perfect, perfect. I mean, is not as if this is long history of LeBron's. James destroying the Lakers and the NBA finals because they never met in the NBA finals. The puppets did who in commercial but actually never materialized. So there's no reason why there should be animosity towards the Brian. If you're a Laker fan other than the. Fact that for whatever reasons, you believe a guy at thirty three years of age scrub out a twenty year history of Kobe Bryant, the Lakers LeBron James could show up this season and win a chip and win one for all four years. He's here. It doesn't diminish one. I l. It would actually if that happens that my. He he, he was an MVP is one of the great Lakers of all time. He's if you're doing an I hate this for, but this the mount Rushmore Kobi's on it. No, no, he's on it. But if you're scenario happens, I mean, then I understand people who'd be uncomfortable because that means he came over to a bunch of second. And third year players beat the Golden State Warriors in the Houston Rockets that whoever comes out of the east four times that would be it, would it elevates LeBron I don't think it diminishes Kobe in any meaningful way at all. I don't Kobe's career is written. It's done. It's written. It's chips in twenty years. It's eighty one points. It's all the wonderful things. We all of that, but you were forget all of that. If this do shows up and wins four get for years, you wouldn't forget it..
"sheila great" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Yesterday I was playing tennis with my girl and a guy would giving lessons next to us. And his noises were so distracting. She was like, I have stop and I just hit against the wall for this annoying. He's, he was like. You're not winning. Was he really good? No, he was just guy giving a lesson to another guy. He was good, you know? Okay. But then he started giving listen to a kid and it the talking was so much that she was like, I can't. I can't do the same more now. I feel. Because we got her a new skirt and Sheila. Great. So cute. Really? She looks okay. All right, dude, women's tennis outfits are so great. Adorable, they're adorable, they're not overly sexualize, but they're still great. There's some hot tennis players out there. I told her, I said, you look great, and your game is going to get better and a lot of players that's all they went on their entire. Yeah. Well, I went and watched some satellite pros these women playing and they are. That's their. That's their job. They do that, you know? And it was in the south of France where I summer at times and actually there. I'm glad you asked number of times my I go, there has lots of money and he is me down everyone. Yeah, everyone needs. One of those should have very wealthy friends. You need at least a couple because those guys need people to hang out with and people like us have the time. We're free during the day and they and they fly you privately that my buddy my buddy has private jets. She's one of my closest friends and I know him. So that was eighteen. Jeez. Yeah. So when he comes to Chicago to see me do my special right, he, you call all your set special. I do. Well, that's what you know what that's so funny because the the critics do and I right Lou critic, I call it just original expression, cider. Yeah. Yes, yes. Chuckle monkey that was, do you remember is that still site? I don't know. That was just where they had the list of open mics when I first started chuckle monkey. Oh, can you imagine? And you'd go to.
"sheila great" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"I was very excited about one of the items that i kept but lots of stuff for the winner tonight but before we get to that i have to ask everybody a question before we get to the games starting with khloe what was the last movie you saw is really disappointing is it why i saw the grizz show man the greatest show man decides gresh show man why is it is appointing what and why did you do it what do watch it i was on a plane i saw christmas mother fucking day you went with my mother and we had a lovely time did you we were both legs end the one the one good thing to come out of that movie is india with a pink with pink wigs pretty good chew likud rope sheila great she was flying around rope why we regret from yeah yeah but you didn't like the movie did anybody see people did not probably not this audience but it was a pretty big hit with fire so i thought i just throw something on that wasn't gonna freak me out and it's still kind of freaked me out a little bit you know it troubled me that there's a whole song and dance number built around doing shots in a bar yeah and about how great it is to do that and like that's movie that families went to see but like if somebody smoked join a family movie everyone lose their shit it's the worst thing ever that bother me but other than that i liked it it looked all the freaks there's a little lady was a good thing.
"sheila great" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast
"Music as good as not going to matter it won't matter if the shit is dope women are just going to go with it and like both of them okay that's why women are the best consumer to music because it's either good or is not good there's no inbetween is good or not they don't care who it comes from what their resumes if is this really musical is that should dope i'm with it too much baby here on on the picture i like the white so you don't know when chickens having too much baby here way too much the white naked like any of that that type of black feature ship it's too much baby baby here on that picture are we talking about the one defending picture yeah i liked it it too much i'm i'm a fan of the baby here altel you guys all right i a fan of the baby here y'all when they gel it down like super i'm not that but i do like the baby sheila great she did look she did mall you pay no i'm not while i was just a battle the paola what i will all right so here's how come clean i did i did attempt to call an instigator fight i did because i'd like to instigate fights is great instigating fights true awesome and and kaiser was way too mature and cool about it he said nicki menaj has a right to release music whenever she so feels he doesn't great he says he does not feel as though nicki menaj releasing music the week after has anything to do with cardi b he said it's too late cardi b is out here she's here he said there is no fight anymore everyone i said that two years ago he said there's nothing to fight about cardi b is on her way to selling over two hundred and forty thousand records as debut act she's no longer thinking about any of that shit and he opened nikki isn't either.
"sheila great" Discussed on Happy Hour
"The thing here you know you mentioned that apple needs to do two two to have a better system to look for this kind of thing every time it and obviously with his lesson learned they will do that and and they said that they're going to audit the process he what happened you know why this why this was allowed and they're gonna fix that is there anything else that apple could do better to either like by by hell no like like change perception if they can't exit from the problem or a you know what what do you think about that right a very obese seemed like you do is you know they introduced the but brian program last year yeah it was only to a very small group of people and they invite other people to apply but it was kind of likening sheila great if you compare it's like a goes by patten program they let anyone in the world submit abok report any fees there's a scale and you can have incredibly mina bugs riot the as long as they exposed private information off some security connection you can get paid like ten thousand dollars stolen by any random person on the street right that the passing the tweeted the if they did that to give it was a requivd nonkey grew they probably made one hundred thousand dollars at least right and apple has plenty of money and from always had all the current by bounty rewards in bounties a lower than the industry a small is more rewarding the moment to find an isis bog and sell it to light the fbi or like a third pie than interacts with the fbi than is to set to apple so very simply thing they could do is budget more money to buck fixes you know triple the bounties open the program to more people and you will get mubarak report.
"sheila great" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"What's your next movie by the way i don't i don't know i don't know a few things that are in the work are some still looking for finance like it's in that it's there in that territory there's nothing going that i know of yeah there's nothing going this summer that um that i already know i have worked for you want me to get unit sandler movies i sure luca the distilled if you feel okay about a you know i don't want you put yourself in a line in the b like my on i recommend to everybody is you're you're you're not a diva though on stage that you're you know when when you shall now like there's okay mallam because had my moment fit in with only one company with really fight their heads off if you wanna see jim parsons a alter ego hidden figures way he plays a bad guy the amine guy you're not you're not a good guy no i'm no i'm a prideful man of of a certain era and unit who who's the mvp i thought of the oscars ah jinil monet well you with an at least two nominated movieline navy how about you know all right did you digest thought she looked great you know you've talked about it syllable high act is being liquid sensuality like she was achieved is a drum like a like a large drummers lick classic drilled yes you're right absolutely sheila great to degrade i go back to work i will will big bang theory today now we're doing it table today we'll get the fresh gripped ultimately did you get or something from the academy awards you know the only one i have uh down lemme go round if i don't know that it that excite but let me play the first off i didn't make it past the governor's ball because we were very scattershot in at some point i finally found myself completely alone and not like trying to corner but like i didn't i didn't know anybody any more like i couldn't find anybody from my caskey planning.