5 Burst results for "South Palo"
Box of Neutrals
"south palo" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"Is much better. I understand why one's not using it of course. But very good value commentary. Well, if I don't have that one, but it could be anything in between the Oklahoma. It's actually very similar. Circles. It's actually very similar. Nearly starts before of logo, but oh, Mark Webber, what the fuck are dinosaurs? No better words in the English language. Then with Dutch commentary on an F one clip, I think. I'm very confident. Here we go. It was very wet in that way. How to holy shit what are those of withdrawal? What a car control and Vic page me. Okay. Fuck that shit. That was gonna play with bay Tay. Didn't need it. I thought that was great. So we're riding together, we could only dream Pope and pray that that would attract and kill mosquitos in. The second thing I'm interested in is Pierre gasly. He's on ten penalty points. Now, in typical Alpine fashion, it all happened in every Derby and then he will not be able to start. The next season. So here's the thing, right? Inject do it starts to sound. Wouldn't that rule? Wouldn't it? So here's the thing. Let's go back a step. Mercedes says it referred to wind and finished second in the constructor standings. They're probably not going to finish taking any Y but of course they want that because they get more wind tunnel time and on the budget cap doesn't change. They get more wind tuns since you're like tanking. But not as dramatic, obviously. Maybe some of the lesser teams will be taking. Pierre gasly. He's on ten points, guy on your team next to you, you might be saying, only two points away from a race band. I don't think anyone's copped a race band through the point system because it was invented after a man Grosjean's first lap nutcase incident. Surely, you're going to go out and you're just going to drive off the track constantly. To get those points, miss Abu Dhabi and Norton. We're sure the outputs only opt bars are going to go up to midi's motor home this weekend and go Pierre. Think about or AlphaTauri will just turn a blind eye and just in terms of the pit release. Oh, yes. Whenever you want to go. I don't have to tell you what to do. You're the expert. You go when you like, and then all of a sudden edit goes and two race bad. Surely they will do that in Abu Dhabi because at that point it's not bad. He's off the books. Go straight to el pen and test, I think. AlphaTauri will have a vested interest in making sure that Pierre gasly is banned. Or alpay has a vested interest to make sure that he's best. So what is it two races if he's yeah, no, it's one race band. That's right. So LP will want him to get the band this weekend, so he serves an Abu Dhabi. But alpha tauri won the other way around. I want him to cop the band from Abu Dhabi and then miss whatever the first race is, but right. It's high, it's very high stakes, isn't it? That's the one. You got my interest, maybe I'll trade. Maybe I'll tune in at 11 o'clock on ten balls on Monday evening. To watch the replay. I'm not joking. That is actually shocking. The replay time. Why even bother? 11 o'clock, ten bold. Fairly so good. Could be better. It could be on shake. On all the usuals, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, parlor, wiki feet everywhere that you can find good podcast social media pages and listen wherever you find good podcasts. Spotify. A car radio. Apple music, I think it is now. Maybe it's Apple podcasts, it's a separate app that broken out from iTunes. That is the south palo Grand Prix preview just about touching on enough at the end there to warrant the name, talked about other things, most of the episode, but that's okay. We've only got a few races to go. This year, which is very exciting. You couple. Couple. Couple of reviews. Penultimate race of the year. I can not thank goodness. Get around it. And then we get to the usual the circle of life then continues. We then bring in Rodney and Zach. It'll be a weirdly early Christmas episode. People just wait. Male may not appear. You might know. It might be another voice. He's like, they might be old mace. We don't know. We have not planned this. It's crept up. It's me awake so we don't know. Not like it has. We're not thinking that forward ahead into the future. Certainly not. There you go. So maybe the land and the sponsorship of the right time. Used to say next week will be reviewing these strikes and previewing the last race season Abu Dhabi will be exciting when Mercedes win we won't know until we get there, obviously. You can subscribe to box of neutrals wherever you get your favorite podcasts, provide us on social media as well, go to box mutual dot com to find the links to subscribe to the show, join formula begin EDF on fantasy competition.
"south palo" Discussed on WTOP
"The U.S. killing of an Iranian general. Stay with WTO P for more on these stories in just minutes. It's ten 18. Traffic weather on the 8th to bob imler and the WTO traffic center. It looks like the truck finally moved on in woodbridge on 95 southbound after one 23 speeds have certainly picked up there to indicate that I think it's gone finally. So traffic is moving a lot better on three 95, 95, not a whole lot happening there. The truck had been in the right lane just after one 23, but that should be gone now. 66 is without delay both ways. We're not seeing any work zones, obviously, because of The Rain around the region. Although it is starting to let up, we still have it falling in some spots. And because of the heavy rains we had earlier, there are some roads closed and low lying areas still because of flooding. But we also have a couple of crashes out there tonight and loudoun county at last report claiborne Parkway southbound at broadlands boulevard has been blocked all lanes blocked south palo claiborne Parkway, hunter mill, that's been closer difficult run south of hunter station road, and that was, of course, because of flooding around the beltway in Maryland and Virginia, there are no incidents or delays in Maryland, flooding has landed 7 road closed west of Glendale boulevard and Wheeler wrote it closed because of a crash near Iverson street between there and Iverson place around the Leland drive. It is closed because of a crash. 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway in two 70, each running well, as does 50 out the Boolean apples and out of the bay bridge and beyond, thousands of items in stock have been marked down at Marlow furniture. You've never seen price cuts like these massive markdowns, half off furniture for every room, hurry, it's the final days at Marlow furniture. Bob traffic. To storm team four meteorologist, Chad Merrill. And Luke, The Rain has ended across the nation's capital some light to moderate rain to the west and that includes
The Dave Chang Show
"south palo" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"Hill king of the hill. He's just like phone works. I got. I gotta get these crickets carsoup on your thoughts on thinking. Well if you're going to send one just make sure it's fucking light legible. Ask what it's really not. I feel very larry david right now. It's like i don't really think it's a thank you. It's much more of an irritant note. Mitch thank you should be a warm hug in my own. That's great but more often than i am. I can't read. This makes me unhappy. I can't read this magazine unhappy. Wondering if you've ever seen what he's thinking when he receives it you know if you're like me you're like oh this you know what i think. This is really gonna touch him you know. He's got a gruff exterior puts on a tough guy. Look and he's going to really appreciate this note. And meanwhile days reading your doping like. I can't read this space. I mean oftentimes. I thank you personally. Pretty personal i just to me. But because i can't read the handwriting i had to share with. Everybody is still personal. That's very that's that's very true. Would you like can you read this. And then someone says. I don't think i was opposed to read this. So i think we just uncovered the great conspiracy. That is thank you notes. So it's not really what you think. It may be a thank you. Maybe you know a friend of me. Thing frienemie move. It's like really nice looking script but it's just like you piece of shit. I yes you. I hope you struggled so much. That pops in your forehead because you're trying to read this fucking thing motherfucker thanking god Judo heli jet to- felli geeta felli. Judo felli writes on. Our ipod wrote on my ipod last week. I great show level topics. sorry. I'm posting late on the top five sandwiches in america but you skipped over po. Boys no no. I didn't says history. Wait wait wait wait. You mean you didn't. You're you're pretending you didn't or you don't like you're poboy done crack the top five. Does he frozen or is he dead his there he is. I think once again trying to. I'm back i'm back. What do you mean can you would even in the poboy. No i i'm gonna say like i didn't miss. The poboy was intentionally. it wasn't on my top. five list is not a top five sandwich so suspecting louisiana. i'm not disrespecting louisiana. I'm simply saying it's not in my top. i i love nor orleans. I love louisiana. I'm just simply saying poboy isn't in my top five. It's an top ten teen. Who so that means. Fifteen interest their own. I don't dislike it. It's just not in my top five. That's all so let's go over top five right now and you're ready. We already did this last time. We just did the top five torpedo shape sandwiches. Yeah just top by sandwiches. Go go ahead is fucking serious. Serious shit here. I can only come up with three right now. A pet happen sandwich type. All right i come on man i got. I got the five that i came up with a top in my head that i'd want to eat right now. I for five five and literally. I want to eat that five sandwiches. I want to eat like now that came to mind. I a scorcher and number one and maybe only kris knows the sandwich and the audience. Maybe only a handful of you guys. We know the sandwiches. Well it is in south america. Does that out. Christian scorcher scorcher and now it's like i was saying is the south american sandwich. I know exactly what it is. What is it's a mortar della sandwich. Follow yes yes yes. Well played sir and i share this with a young yang. My god i can't believe you brought that into my brain. I mean you fucker. Because if you've been to sao paulo one of the greatest eating cities in the world a real diverse place you have. The oldest part of town is chinatown. It's like a sort one of the oldest chinatowns in in the world extremely diverse food and that's merged with indigenous chinese south american european. It's just awesome. But the european elements shows up in weird places and a lot of places in south palo have late night diners. That i can't remember the name of but they're just like late night bras late night diners. And they're fucking awesome. Is these giant piles of hot more della sandwiches with processed cheese or like provolone on top squishy white potato roll type of thing but not not always a squishy potato. it can be more of a kaiser. Roll frenchie type of thing is one of the best things it is. It doesn't make any sense why this thing should be so good but at their many layers of just warm through more to della that are just stacked perfectly and some cheese melted on. Don't even know if there's any condiments out there is that he mustered or nothing. I've had i've had it sober. I've had blind. Drunk is a magical sandwich. It doesn't make much sense why it's so good but for those that know for those that have been. It's really remarkable in the central market. They actually have one of the famous spots. That actually only sells those more today. Things god so that's a sandwich i thing about and i oftentimes recreate try to recreate. But it's one of those sandwiches. You can't recreate at home as well because you would never.
Reality Life with Kate Casey
"south palo" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Welcome back to another episode of reality life with. Casey hope that you're having a great week. Enlisted if you're on vacation. I hope you're having a great time to i know. Many of you are listening in a long car. Ride or on a plane ride. And i'm hoping that you take a little time for yourself. There's so much to watch this week. So i'm hoping that you make a little time for yourself. We've got the premiere of love island and big brother but also some really interesting stuff in streaming media for example if you like true crime there's a new on that's quite a doozy and another case in another part of the world this one brazil. And it's called eliza matsunaga once upon a crime. It's a really interesting case. So leeza is a thirty eight year old woman and a former nurse. She's currently serving a life sentence for the murder of her husband. Marcos her then husband in twenty twelve so she reportedly shot her husband. Multiple times in their south palo apartment before dismembering his body into a plastic bag and then scattering them along in nearby road twenty miles from where the couple lived. This is a spine chilling series. That through a timeline of events dating all the way back to her childhood and adolescent years all the way to the crime itself and it follows the aftermath from her attempts to cover up the murder to the confession including the arrest and trial in two thousand sixteen. And when i say that this was a big case in brazil i mean. I can't say that enough. The reasons for killing her husband remain a mystery but it is thought that our actions were in spite over an argument. According to our defense attorney she killed and dismembered her husband because he threatened to petition for custody in case the couple separated so a must watch. If you love true crime. And i see all those hilarious memes that are like you know. I don't want to be stressed. I just wanna sit down. Have a cocktail like a bowl of popcorn and watch a true crime documentary so this is right up your alley this episode. I'm so excited about. Because i have finally finally tracked down the team at world of wonder they have made. Some incredible television blockbusters like rupaul drag race million dollar listing and they have directed the outstanding new six part. Hbo half hour documentary series. Called catch. And kill the podcast tapes. This series brings to life. Ronin farrow's intimate revealing interviews and whistle blower journalists private guest investigators and other sources which were conducted for the pulitzer prize winning journalist. Podcast and best selling book catch and kill lies. Spies in a conspiracy to protect predators. This is all about harvey weinstein. I mean i've done an episode where i interviewed rosana arquette which you can go back and listen to. This story is so hard to listen to. But so important to understand because harvey weinstein was a film producer formerly of miramax films and the weinstein company any exploited his influential position to commit criminal sexual acts including rape in october of twenty seventeen. The new york times in the new yorker reported that dozens of women had accused harvey weinstein of rape sexual assault and sexual abuse over a period of at least thirty years over. Eighty women in the film. Industry had accused weinstein of such ox. He denied nonconsensual sex and shortly after he was dismissed from the weinstein company was expelled from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences and other professional associations and then retired from public view. Criminal investigations into complaints. From at least six women have been made in los angeles new york city and london and in may of twenty eighteen. He was arrested in new york and charged with rape and other offenses in february of twenty twenty. He was found guilty of rape in the third degree. A criminal sexual act and in march of twenty twenty. He was sentenced to twenty three years of imprisonment. So this is a series all about harvey weinstein and you get to see the interviews happen with ronin and it's really compelling so. I was thrilled to talk to them and they have another. Hbo upcoming series called small town news. Which is hysterical. So funny right up your alley. And i got a chance to talk to them about that as well. And then i just totally switch gears. I chatted with reality. Steve podcast host. And the author of reality steve online steve carbone about this season of the bachelorette with katie as the lead. This season of bachelor of paradise because you know he gets all the scoop and the future of bachelor nation. Now there is a part in the interview where you could consider it a mini spoiler. So if you don't wanna listen to anything avenue the bachelorette because you watch it and you're it's a you know something that you want to keep here and sacred. You might wanna skip Ten minutes into the interview But nonetheless if you love bachelor stuff this is right up your alley because we talk a little bit about some of the the back story of the leads and what happens off season and how they all hang out to each other and use each other for currency for social media and the pressures that come with it so again just fascinating to talk about that juggernaut. I'm hoping that you're having a great week. I really hope that this gives you a little bit of relaxation time and don't forget to watch the season premiere of real housewives of potomac on sunday. Because it's looks really really good so here we go. Hbo's.
"south palo" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A party. And kind of the remnants of a party. All right. Well, if you're just joining us, I'm Scott Shaffer here with Marisa Lagos. You're listening to political breakdown from KQED, and we're talking with Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren. She represents the city of San Jose and places south like Gilroy and Morgan Hill. We want to ask about your your beginnings. You know, we always like to ask our guests about their childhoods and How they got to where they are. Now. You were born and raised in the bay Area in San Matteo. What was it like back then? So different than it is today, Right? Relieved, actually born in San with you, but my Parents moved to South Palo Alto when I was three years old, so I actually grew up in South Palo Alto and a very different town than it is today. My dad was a truck driver. My mother was a cook at the company, High school cafeteria. And later she was a secretary. The block I grew up on and south power all that was all blue collar. I don't think there was single person who'd gone to college. Everybody. I think everybody was a union member. It was like after World War two. All the G Uys bought these little houses. It was $9000 house with the G I bill. And raise had kids and raise their families and it was a great place of it was kind of difficult for the parents and sometimes, but it was a great place to be a kid and You know, I I have very fond memories of my childhood and on the block I grew up on. Yeah, I mean, you mentioned it was kind of blue collar. I'm curious. It seems like you went pretty headlong into politics at a pretty young age was politics something you all talked about it home. What? Really expected to go to college? Like, what was the vibe around that? My parents and especially, my mother were very political. You know they had they were high school graduates. But you know, no one had gone to college. But my mother really believed in my parent, my father too, but especially my mother that the government belonged to her right. She was responsible for it. And we would walk pretty things. She was a Democrat. And you know, some mothers would go the march of dimes. We did dollars for Democrats awarded the war. And we would go to the Democratic club meetings and a dinner. You know, we would have dinner together every night and we would talk about you know the president and there we would work on campaigns. I'm not everybody did that. I was only later that I found that Not everybody in their dining room was talking about this and so Um Did they expect you to go to college? I don't know. Well, I You know how I went to college. Mrs. Helen Huntington, who just passed away recently was a counselor, Gunn High School and I actually called me in and she said you ought to be thinking about going to college and I said, Well, how am I gonna do that? We don't have any money, and she said, Well, don't worry about that, and I was getting pretty good grades. But, she said get the bees upto A's And, uh, The money will be there, and for some reason I believed her. So I got the beast, The haze and the A's a pluses and I got Noticed that I had won a California state scholarship, and I panicked because I had applied for California state scholars Mrs Huntington had from me, and so I ended up I got into Stanford applied to two colleges Stanford and Berkeley. Because I didn't know where I didn't know. That was the only two colleges I really knew about. And I got into both. But it was cheaper. Go to Stanford because the scholarship didn't cover fees on Lee tuition. And so that's how I ended up doing that. Okay? And when did you start going by so because you were given a Miss Susan, right? I was like 98 and so all my life. I've Yeah, And when and how many people call you, Zoe? Because I've heard you called. So it incorrectly. Someone you don't know me, Um You know, I don't even remember at this point, but it's Zsa long ago. Well, it's stuck, obviously. Yeah, sure did. So go ahead. You know, after law school, I was going to say you we want to talk about when one of your like me and policy areas is immigration on bond, And I'm curious how you came to that was that Did that have anything to do with where you were going to law school and being in California? Or was it just an area of law that interested? You? You know, I think a number of things I was very close to my father's father, who was an immigrant from Sweden. We used to go over to their They lived in San Leandro. We used to go over to their house for dinner like every Sunday and I would just as soon as we got to their house. I'd make a beeline for him, and we would talk until it was time to eat. And he would tell me you know about his life and about being an immigrant and about the old country He loved. America is very proud of being an American citizen. I was very interested in. You know, you just pick up and go to another country and it changed everything. Um, and then I guess I was interested just in the movements of people. I remember when I was, I think it's sixth grade. I did a big well big for 1/6 grader report on the movements of people in Africa. Why was it that you know this group moved here and what you know? And when I worked for Edwards, I did immigration work for him, and I've just always been interested in it. You know, immigration? Made this country I mean, everybody here except the native Americans. Their family came from someplace and recent. I don't have immigrant very close in our family. Yeah, Living something for me. It's my grand parents. Sometimes it might be their great great grand parents. But everybody here came from someplace else. And that's what made the country and made the country great. I think You are one of seven. What are being called closers that Nancy Pelosi Speaker Pelosi has designated do that. That was Linda. Okay. Linda Sanchez okay from Southern California, But nonetheless you are one of seven who are sort of being charged with shepherding through the house. This immigration reform bill that President Biden has sent over..