22 Burst results for "Sprouse"
"sprouse" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"From anyway never heard of her she's like here's I'm shown around sorry April during their shops why are you being so nice to me one a reason again meal black guy I think we should make some roles I can what's weird about this one is it's billed as a Dylan Sprouse movie if you don't know who Dylan Sprouse is he who is one of the two twins of Dylan and Cole Sprouse said I think they were originally in Big Daddy if you remember that Adam Sandler movie but then he ended up on the Disney series called the suite life of Zack and Cody they lived in a hotel and then they moved on to a cruise ship and it was called the suite life on deck but of course we've grown up now they're they're adults and so one of them Dylan is in this movie it's really Hannah marks who is the main character in this end up I think she helped either you should help writer producer and she's in the back end of this movie as well he also liana Liberato plane the girlfriend of Dylan Sprouse this movie would probably be much better if A. I. were not forty eight years old and our kid I N. B. if books mark had not come out last year this one looks a lot like it's trying to emulate books marks and while I imagine these were in production around the same time book smart is a better movie that one was of a really charming movie that manage to walk the line between decent behavior in high school and of course the the naughty behavior the kids get into the problem of this movie is just everybody is constantly smoking pot or jewel in an op there's four five scenes are there in the house parties whether drinking heavily and and you know like when I watch big time adolescents last week I thought that that was appropriate because it showed that there was this one guy was a bad influence on him this movie reminds me like it was made by people who constantly smoke dope and jeweled up in high school and drank heavily and had sex all the time and they just assume everybody did and that's just not the way it works so part of it again I'm not the right age for this I'm forty eight years old this was not my Cup of tea it's just more annoyed me than anything and at times there's some genuine moments between the two girls as a forge a friendship but overall it's not enough to make you like the movie so I'm still saying it totally sucks sucks rap rap war for the sake but I need to go to a break when I come back I'm gonna be talking about little fires everywhere in Baghdad central.
"sprouse" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Him because he's on best podcast right directly confronted him about getting both of us drunk on me like three weeks ago and it is good so let's get into it. Let's do it. Let's do a squat. Every time I say next and start showing all right worse things first. Let's talk about the worst news APP the week fast. A masked man attempting to rob a Kentucky Chicken restaurant. Guess What it's called Kentucky Fried Chicken who you fucking moron. I walked right into that. One Obviously was raising cane's chicken fingers so anyway a masked man was attempting to rob a raising cane's chicken fingers but was thwarted by a pair of Mary. Off Duty Police officers who were having a date night at the same restaurant? Damn bomb guess what love will find a way to make sure you. Don't get no Goddamn free chicken. I just love the two cops were on a day. At a raising cane's chicken fingers one time I was in out in California and a bride and groom and their bridal party were all there after the wedding like in their full get up and I was like great job. Well done I just think of I were that COP. I'd be like I'm not on the job breaks. It's like the dentist thing where it's like. Don't ask me about your teeth. I do whatever crimes you want in front of me. I'm not doing shit. It's like okay if someone at expects me to be funny when I'm not on stage no give me money dollar ticket right now and I'll tell you a joke or Yeah you're getting nothing. You're getting a sour. I guess for me it's my. You're getting happy side. You're getting my not piece of shit side anyway. The two married officers cut their date night. Short Chase this man. Outside of the restaurant tackle him interested him also found that the gun was stolen from the police department. That so you know I feel like they fucked up in the first place. Just say but anyway good for them next. A man in Virginia suspected someone on his property of trying to steal his goats so we called the police and while he waited for them to arrive. He held the suspect at gunpoint. Damn man loves goat's yeah. Don't tell Fred Fred the go did they specify whether the suspect who is trying to steal the goats was human. Could it could have been frozen. It could have been Fred could have been. It could've been fred dressed up as a person we don't know we don't have the facts. We weren't there. I'm just saying it was a person named coal. So maybe maybe maybe last Dylan. Where's brother was on this night? Yeah cells on the person's name is Cole Schroeck. Which sounds like the name that Cole sprouse would give absolutely if he were put under fire? Anyway police responded to a call from a property owner who said he was holding a fief in the middle of a field on his land so it was a farmer who told the deputies that his wife had gone outside to check on their goats and discovered that they'd been let out of their pen so it wasn't even just like oh the dog got out. Let's bring out a gun pointed at the first person we see. That's what I'd do if someone tried to take putty so it could have been a go. It could have been a goal. And then this where Fred is reacting farmer with like. LemMe blame the first person I see coal spouse the farmer track the suspect to a field where he found a man apparently intoxicated and slurring his words three goats were tied up next to the suspects truck thick. What kinds of Sicko ties up goats sagoes trying to have a fun time and get some goat I remember hearing that A GOAT'S VAGINA. Anatomically is closest to a humans. And this guy probably knew that trying to take some goats. I'm just saying I don't support it but I get it. So the farmer said that he didn't recognize the suspect at first and thought he was you stealing his goats turns out that the suspect was someone who he had previously sold coats to thought. It was like a buy one. Get One free deal. Yes sir coming back later down whatever goats you want in the future. I'm limited goats. All you can all you can fuck next police in Florida.
"sprouse" Discussed on Words on Water
"To words on water. Podcast from the water environment. Federation this is the host Travis loop another episode tackling the issue of Bio solids. It's a it's a very hot issue for the water sector right now. There's a lot of angles and sides to this topic to explore. So I'm very happy to have with me George Spouse. He is manager of Process Engineering and Research and development at the Metropolitan Council of the twin cities he is also the CO chair of West residuals and bio solids conference which is coming up March thirty first to April third in Minneapolis. George thanks for coming on the PODCAST. Thanks very much for having me absolutely So I I started out talking about. Why did by ourselves is a hot issue? Y in your mind are bio solids such an important resource for water utilities and and their communities while the bio solids really represent a kind of a key collection point or a point of concentration for the energy and nutrients moving through a community. So if you think about wastewater or just households that's kind of dispeat- dispersed throughout in a community or a collection system area and really a come together and concentrate and concentrate through through our processes until the point where. I all solids and you know. There's no point in in in that whole flow of energy nutrients where things are quite as concentrated as they are in the Bio solids. So at that point it's really easier and probably most efficient to extract every claim the energy and the nutrients that basically is cycling through a community. And so it's that extraction that allows us to kind of captured things refine them and then return them to the community and this is kind of a key key. Idea for being sustainable. You know that whole circular world rather than ask through world basically and I think bio solids are really kind of nexus point that it it allows at all to happen. Yeah and I think a challenge or maybe some marching orders for a lot of utilities or for our sector is to to do more education around that idea of the these circular nature of Bio solids the way that they are a resource that you just articulated that so well. I think we can definitely do more to try to articulate that to our to the customers out there. So could you talk As far as the Metropolitan Council and they're in the twin cities how you all use your bio solids So I work for the Met Council in our division is environmental services that we provide the way Swat. We provide the wastewater treatment and solids processing for metropolitan area of the twin cities. And we have. We have nine plants. But we've really consolidated are solids processing to wear those plants in by far far away what we do with most of our bio solids is is actually burned them in. Recover the energy directly into Steve. Zoe We have State of the art incineration and air pollution control systems. The heat off of that incineration goes directly into Steam System. That we That we used for plant purposes. He buildings in these called. Minnesota winters but also power the things in in the lab Salata steam and we have two generators so we produce Electricity and offset our electricity use by quite a bit. That's by far and away what we do with most of our bio solids but we do at two of our plants also do the the production of an agricultural material and cultural and biding used by farmers and so we. We have were involved in that as well. I think. One of the great things about this year's Residual I also conference. Is that we. We have to tourists and so one tower will be visiting our facility. The the Energy Recovery Facility here at Metro plant which is which is where we have state of the art Air Kush Two generators producing energy. But we also have associated with the conference second tour where city of Saint Cloud which is just little outside. The on. The twin cities will be offering a tour where they both highlight their land application processes. So they'll cover kind at that side of it and they're not only involved in this land application of Iowa Salads but they're also kind of cutting edge or leading way in nutrient recovery from those energy management recovery. So I think we've got you know that's how in the region that kind of covers both ways or at least two of the main ways I'll are us and so we've Adam both covered at sears a residual I'll salads tour offerings That's interesting to hear that you do that. Much energy generation with your bio solids. That's that's terrific It's it's certainly feeds into that. Circular circular notion. The theme this year for the conference is creative approaches to managing bio solids in an uncertain future. What led you all to to go with that theme really when the Co Chair Anna Monson and I were working on this or thinking about it we. We've we kind of said two things that we really wanted to hit was to help. Attendees it information would help them. Address uncertainty and and understand what the future holds for bio solids programs and then we really wanted to emphasize case studies that share success stories stories. Are you know more engaging in also more enlightening than some some more technical or dry talks in there also from the people who've lived at basically so so those were kind of the two things that I think really drove us to that idea for the team at the Conference Scher Makes a lot of sense when when this phrase uncertain future I have some ideas about what's what's meant there but I'm curious about When when you say uncertain future as it relates to bio solids. What do you mean by that by a vast majority at this point are by far and away emerging contaminants? Are you know how we will be dealing with those in? The future is certainly one of the biggest uncertainties So I think that that's kind of a key one but I think there's also a more there's also more subtle things related to uncertainty about how we will generate the resources or have the resources to actually address emerging contaminant somewhat. They cause as well as just the other unforeseen the unknown unknowns in so I by far enough away emerging contaminant sources at least in my mind in the world. I'm living in right now. The biggest unknown but this idea of like also resources and how to at will be able to actually accomplish things. It's amazing yeah absolutely. And so as we head toward the uncertain future as we grapple with emerging contaminants and resource issues. Why do you think creative approaches will be needed kind of that other part of your theme empowered? Because they're all new and so there's no there's no set solution right now so we're going to have to be creative solutions. I think that's that's kind of a big part of it. I think that I've also heard people mention a lot in. Who Deal or plan or or are involved with bio solids projects that you know nope plant or no bio solids area or no community is are not the same so each each each time. You're dealing with something. You have to be creative buffets. No situation is the same so So it's both the things are new and then the conditions of each situation are unique in. Both of those things require creative thinking. There's no. There's NO COOKIE CUTTER. There's no design guideline that. You just go away the solution in throw it on a sheet basically. Now that's a. That's a great point If if everything situations and you've got these new variables so you've gotta you gotta be creative up so this this overall theme. What does that mean for the conference when you when you decided to? This is the theme. How's that GONNA be reflected in the sessions and and the content? Well for one thing that I know. You're very familiar with his. We've we recognize the site this problem or this arising issue of per earn polly fluorinated. Akil substances P facet as as one thing. We really needed to hit hardness conference and so We we took that to heart and we have Two presentations in the opening general session by technical experts or leaders in the field so we went out. Made sure we got that. We have a full technical session with five five papers five presentations that will addressing pizzas and owing from the range of you know looking up projects that have looked at fate in the environment to writing some ideas about treatment alternatives. And then of course the thing I know you know about is. There's a workshop us to help us all learn how better to communicate about emerging contaminants and. I'm thinking in particular people nuts. Yeah absolutely so. Thanks for mentioning that I am glad to be part of the conferences year You're totally right. P. Fastest just such a huge issue and and as it relates bio solids and so we have a pre-conference half day workshop. That is looking at these issues. You Know How do we? How do we communicate around the BIO SOLIDS P fas- issue? What are what are the challenges? What are the ways to message? How do you? How do you talk about these things You know we're looking to have some speakers from through the Minnesota lands so we'll have someone from the state someone from the Met Council We're also going to how someone from the University of Minnesota talk about how you do public health risk communications and hopefully also have a visit from someone at the newspaper. They are to talk about the issue from from their perspective so it's it's just so critical for Water utilities and the Bio solids community so look forward to helping to contribute to the the terrific conference that way this year last last thing I wanted to talk about is technology You know it's it's continuing to have a greater and greater impact and role on our work in water and I'm kind of wondering your thoughts about what role technology can have in the future management of Bio solids as an interesting question because I am finding that the more I'm probably twenty five to fifty percent of the people I talked to when they say technology these days but they mean is the Internet of things and big data and and those types maybe more instrumentation type things. And that's when they say the word technology that's what they mean and I really do think that all of our things will be more efficient and better through the application of those things and I think you know by ourselves is definitely treatment or treatments definitely an area where those things will play a role and we'll help improve things who but I also see and feel in an event to residual byles conference. I know for five times now and what I enjoy about it or what I find challenging and interesting about bio solids is the technology in terms of like some fundamentals of mystery and dynamics are still open to to provide improvement so technology both at kind of the dough both definitions are those are the way we meet new challenges and improve. What we're doing and so I definitely think that's the role that it Scott that it has for for. I all salads now. Yeah makes makes a lot of sense and I think I think you're right. I use that word technology when I'm really referring to that that Kind of the digital digital world and everything happening there. Well George I'm glad to talk to you in in advance of this conference it. It's really impressive program. That's been put together and I look forward to being there being part of it attending a lot of these sessions and learning. But thank you for all your work to help. Put this terrific program conference together and we'll see in Minneapolis. Yeah thanks very much for having me and that. That sounds great. See their.
George Sprouse on Managing Biosolids in Uncertain Times
"Episode tackling the issue of Bio solids. It's a it's a very hot issue for the water sector right now. There's a lot of angles and sides to this topic to explore. So I'm very happy to have with me George Spouse. He is manager of Process Engineering and Research and development at the Metropolitan Council of the twin cities he is also the CO chair of West residuals and bio solids conference which is coming up March thirty first to April third in Minneapolis. George thanks for coming on the PODCAST. Thanks very much for having me absolutely So I I started out talking about. Why did by ourselves is a hot issue? Y in your mind are bio solids such an important resource for water utilities and and their communities while the bio solids really represent a kind of a key collection point or a point of concentration for the energy and nutrients moving through a community. So if you think about wastewater or just households that's kind of dispeat- dispersed throughout in a community or a collection system area and really a come together and concentrate and concentrate through through our processes until the point where. I all solids and you know. There's no point in in in that whole flow of energy nutrients where things are quite as concentrated as they are in the Bio solids. So at that point it's really easier and probably most efficient to extract every claim the energy and the nutrients that basically is cycling through a community. And so it's that extraction that allows us to kind of captured things refine them and then return them to the community and this is kind of a key key. Idea for being sustainable. You know that whole circular world rather than ask through world basically and I think bio solids are really kind of nexus point that it it allows at all to happen. Yeah and I think a challenge or maybe some marching orders for a lot of utilities or for our sector is to to do more education around that idea of the these circular nature of Bio solids the way that they are a resource that you just articulated that so well. I think we can definitely do more to try to articulate that to our to the customers out there. So could you talk As far as the Metropolitan Council and they're in the twin cities how you all use your bio solids So I work for the Met Council in our division is environmental services that we provide the way Swat. We provide the wastewater treatment and solids processing for metropolitan area of the twin cities. And we have. We have nine plants. But we've really consolidated are solids processing to wear those plants in by far far away what we do with most of our bio solids is is actually burned them in. Recover the energy directly into Steve. Zoe We have State of the art incineration and air pollution control systems. The heat off of that incineration goes directly into Steam System. That we That we used for plant purposes. He buildings in these called. Minnesota winters but also power the things in in the lab Salata steam and we have two generators so we produce Electricity and offset our electricity use by quite a bit. That's by far and away what we do with most of our bio solids but we do at two of our plants also do the the production of an agricultural material and cultural and biding used by farmers and so we. We have were involved in that as well. I think. One of the great things about this year's Residual I also conference. Is that we. We have to tourists and so one tower will be visiting our facility. The the Energy Recovery Facility here at Metro plant which is which is where we have state of the art Air Kush Two generators producing energy. But we also have associated with the conference second tour where city of Saint Cloud which is just little outside. The on. The twin cities will be offering a tour where they both highlight their land application processes. So they'll cover kind at that side of it and they're not only involved in this land application of Iowa Salads but they're also kind of cutting edge or leading way in nutrient recovery from those energy management recovery. So I think we've got you know that's how in the region that kind of covers both ways or at least two of the main ways I'll are us and so we've Adam both covered at sears a residual I'll salads tour offerings That's interesting to hear that you do that. Much energy generation with your bio solids. That's that's terrific It's it's certainly feeds into that. Circular circular notion. The theme this year for the conference is creative approaches to managing bio solids in an uncertain future. What led you all to to go with that theme really when the Co Chair Anna Monson and I were working on this or thinking about it we. We've we kind of said two things that we really wanted to hit was to help. Attendees it information would help them. Address uncertainty and and understand what the future holds for bio solids programs and then we really wanted to emphasize case studies that share success stories stories. Are you know more engaging in also more enlightening than some some more technical or dry talks in there also from the people who've lived at basically so so those were kind of the two things that I think really drove us to that idea for the team at the Conference Scher Makes a lot of sense when when this phrase uncertain future I have some ideas about what's what's meant there but I'm curious about When when you say uncertain future as it relates to bio solids. What do you mean by that by a vast majority at this point are by far and away emerging contaminants? Are you know how we will be dealing with those in? The future is certainly one of the biggest uncertainties So I think that that's kind of a key one but I think there's also a more there's also more subtle things related to uncertainty about how we will generate the resources or have the resources to actually address emerging contaminant somewhat. They cause as well as just the other unforeseen the unknown unknowns in so I by far enough away emerging contaminant sources at least in my mind in the world. I'm living in right now. The biggest unknown but this idea of like also resources and how to at will be able to actually accomplish things. It's amazing yeah absolutely. And so as we head toward the uncertain future as we grapple with emerging contaminants and resource issues. Why do you think creative approaches will be needed kind of that other part of your theme empowered? Because they're all new and so there's no there's no set solution right now so we're going to have to be creative solutions. I think that's that's kind of a big part of it. I think that I've also heard people mention a lot in. Who Deal or plan or or are involved with bio solids projects that you know nope plant or no bio solids area or no community is are not the same so each each each time. You're dealing with something. You have to be creative buffets. No situation is the same so So it's both the things are new and then the conditions of each situation are unique in. Both of those things require creative thinking. There's no. There's NO COOKIE CUTTER. There's no design guideline that. You just go away the solution in throw it on a sheet basically.
Cole Sprouse Has Some Wise Words for ''Newcomers'' Brad Pitt & Leonardo DiCaprio After People's Choice Awards Win
"A guy named Cole Sprouse whose name I first heard last week when they're talking about who's more famous yeah I'm like I don't know either I gave him believe that there on Riverdale together him in whatever the girls the girls thing yeah anyway Cole Sprouse did that movie five feet apart which I think is the thing where the person was so allergic to the world that she couldn't get within five feet of our member was like a medical thing anyway he won let's see it they called it an upset for the drama award also nominated in the category where Leo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt allow but he will Cole Sprouse one for five feet apart for some of the other newcomers in this category specifically to Caprio in it just keep your heads up you know I don't like this this pardon you you're you guys are gonna be here one day the three of us without this competition for a long time but apparently this is my year
Selena Gomez 'Feuding With Ex BFF' & Kidney Donor Over Her 'Unhealthy Choices'
"I i mentioned how lamar odom has a new girlfriend. He is dating this life coach slash trainer wahl now it turns out that that relationship is fake. According to people magazine they are not dating says says people and lamar just wanted people to think he was dating this woman sabrina par okay <hes> i mean i guess anything attention right right. I guess so yeah <hes> thinking of couples news lily reinhart from riverdale a lot of our younger listeners probably care about this. There were reports that she in cole sprouse her co-star broke up but then they sort of seemingly denied that but not really denied it so we're not sure where these to stand at the moment but cole sprouse just celebrated his birthday and lily reinhart his his on again. Possibly girlfriend wrote him a poem. I think they're just fucking with people and they really broke up and they just want people to think they didn't didn't break up. Is what i'm thinking. I couldn't care less all right. That's what i'm thinking. I think you'll care about this story. This story has more universal appeal. Okay selena gomez now. You got yeah. She and her kidney donor francia raisa are no no longer speaking and have had a falling out and apparently it all stems from the i wouldn't say it's a fact act but it all stems from reports allegations that selena was not taking good care of herself and listening to doctor's doctor's orders after her kidney transplant and after francia gave her her kidney right so loose translation. She's out there partying too hard and her friend pissed. I gave you a part of my body and you're not taking care of him so she. I don't wanna use the word confronted because i don't i wasn't there. I i don't know the tone that was used. It could've just been a conversation confrontation unlike that word she could have addressed concerns in multiple weighs like one is somebody who donated her kidney to you and to just as a friend who's concerned for your well being but was it francias place to have that conversation hundred percent okay. They're that close enough friends that you're going to give a part of your body to someone one. I think you sit down you listen. That person's saved. Her life saved her life. If she is upset i understand it. I don't know how to what extent stan. I believe the story like. I don't know how much of it's true. If it's true at all it's true. They have not been spotted together in forever. They they're not friends anymore. That's just so weird. That's just so weird. I would think
"sprouse" Discussed on Now Try This
"I had it. I know it's like yeah. Yeah yeah cleared up as because he with different people. We're the audience. We've already watched it. I i know just have them. No like siri sometimes someone who wasn't there information. I'm okay. I'm okay with that. Most times will finding out that pose. Gay like a moment. but i'm mike is fine. Okay yeah it's like a moment. That should only be like a second now like a five minute commerce. But that moment i think was there to show that he was interested in he was like oh date whatever anyway so then you see stella walked through the hall. She knows everyone she likes everyone. There's one new kid on the block. It's cole sprouse. He knew he showed up. He's for some reason. I thought she was new but has like she's been there forever. Note your he was there a little while but she's coming back there. You go back because she had just unpacked there. So we'll is there a new press. She hasn't met yet that better. Thank you Who is helping his best friends get laid yes. He's a room while go out for a walk and she. She's appalled but she's on her way to the nick you to look at babies babies. Do i like yeah i do. Think acute banter markets keep up. Yep i love babies. They're delicious you better. Yes right k. Smelled it i know. Yeah of course. I want kids want kids. I'm looking for about two kids good. That's a bathroom by yourself. Or two seconds on only for the for book. I'm looking for it. Why waste more of the listener's time did the whole thing else. Because there's more work for later. Oh my god look at the book. What book are you looking for. Spiders way down. Oh what's that sex version of turtles down. What's book nick. I thought that out of you're talking about the bucknell's looking for doughty to know. What the the podcast. I didn't get the cock the buck gas for well established that you don't let cliches. I thought maybe i'd grab the book. I have cliches and read them to if you liked them or not. That's important.
'Five Feet Apart' Review: Ailing Teenagers Live Dangerously for Love
"Now we're talking about movies. Tim's website is celluloiddreams dot net. So Tim what have you seen? I think there's one that reminds me of another movie that came out a few years ago at least in the description, it's called five feet apart. Isn't there something like that that had to do with these teenagers? Oh, the one about. Yeah. Piece distinguishes itself because well, first of all begins and ends with a speech spoken by one of the leads a teenager played by paley Richardson, who has cystic fibrosis, and it's a rather inaugural speech about the importance of touch. You know, how we as humans need it as much as the air, we breathe. So this is a story it's romantic drama about two teenagers who have cystic fibrosis. The other one is played by Cole sprouse. How'd you like to have a name Cole sprouse? I'm sorry. I didn't change that name probably not any way to teenagers with cystic fibrosis. They fall in love. And the tricky thing about people afflicted with this diseases. They can't touch each other for fear of some kind of potentially fatal bacterial infection that can be transferred from one to the other. Anyway, patients with this disease. They have to stay at least six feet away from each other and the title here five feet apart. I think. Is something that the two characters come up with it has a little risk factor involved because of another speech somewhere that one of them gets about a certain amount of or certain element of risk being necessary to look, and I really wanted to like this movie. I went in there expecting to because the distributors CBS films has been responsible for releasing some really good movies over the years. Like last year's it turned east gate and the first half hour is actually quite good. When the impossibly cute characters are introduced in the plot points of what I just talked about worst stylish in the narrative, and you learn about cystic fibrosis by watching this film. So it has that going for it. But the movie about half an hour into it it descends into this truckload of cliches repetitions on this team of I love you so much. I wish I could just touch you and literal hysterics about death and dying in survival guilt. So you know, when it didn't try it was kinda sweet and charming and the actors were all good. But when it tried it became borderline I rolling, and it was probably the least favorite of all the films. Yeah. I know the script was just it lack. I think it's strictly a movie for teenage girls, and maybe a teenage gay boys because our female protagonists would know it has a gay best friend. Fibrosis right is a good line in the film. Pat smoke is spoken twice. Did they say it's just life? It'll be over before you know, it, and that's kind of how I was feeling about the movie. It's just a movie it'll be over before you know, it. All right. Let's skip that one then that's five
"sprouse" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"Model that you've worked with G G he'd she's the greatest she is. So sweet so nice. I knew her since her rookie season, and she's just the sweetest person and she's gotten so famous, and it's still so genuine and Sonae. Oh, she's my favorite in her body has certainly changed. So did she fit change her body to be more like model mainstream less like, yeah? Definitely be more like Mottley mainstream. But also she was like seventeen and a lot of it like her face was baby fat, and then like working out and stuff. And then like now, she's just like a model. Right. Yes. That's true. Because I wasn't like a huge fan of her face when she was younger 'cause I don't like the public tikey baby. Baby face some people do I don't care, but I'm just saying my personal aesthetic aesthetic is like Bella with surgery. So and I was watching the backstage videos and j g was like my. More. Work is like when I know I'm not working, and I'm like, your voice is whole area. It's what makes her feel great to. It's because it's like this beautiful girl deep voice. And like, yes, I love that ever. You say I'm buying and my new rival for Haley injust in now, everyone listen is Barbara Paul VIN and Cole sprouse, which is she was also a Bieber X God. Wow. That's how she got amazing taste. She's gonna steal Jack. She's yes, she's not stealing Jack. I guarantee to everyone listening good. I'm mean, she's twenty five. She's got a great body that fits the mold that was Victoria secret before they became pew pew Bessant previous in models for like paint. And you look at like because I was looking at this. Thing and it was like the fantasy bras, and how they've evolved, and it was like showing all the models and there was like Tyra with like Massar. Like, even like Heidi clue when she was just done being pregnant, and like it was. Like she had a little love handles. Only two in that was like the height of Victoria secret. I remember being an eighth grade recording it and go to my friend's house in Washington over and over again and buying all the pink merchandise. It's so true. Like, it's definitely they need to evolve and change. And I think they think like adding diversity in terms of races like good enough, which is great. Finally, I was always a huge issue. But until they start showing people that actually look like normal people to degree or what other people find sexy than it's going to be just like, what's the point? It's one of the few clothing companies, whatever that don't have big sizes plus size model and especially with like Ashley Graham running around. Why can't we just put her and Ashley Graham on that runway? She has got so many she's got curves. And she looks fucking incredible. And underwear. Secret has like a vendetta or something. They're not budging. They're casting director is this like old white guy the same things. Okay. That makes sense like you need to innovate. They're like we just found out on Instagram. So we're going to book everyone famous on Instagram, and it's. Hilarious and tell but Barbara is I love her. She if you have not seen her in the twenty eighteen twenty eighteen she looks on believable. So naturally beautiful. And she's walking down there with some thought is she's got some thighs. And it's like it's like she's got some quote size compared to all the other ones actually, not a big girl. But compared to only one she looks. She's just naturally she's shorter. But she's naturally Kirby. But her face and like her body and everything are so beautiful. She's just like Hungarian. Did you have an accent? Yes. Okay. Good Hon Geir, I like her more than I don't know. I know but I saw on the red carpet. Cole sprouse brought her shake shack. That was. As I loved that..
"sprouse" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"You're gonna go onto NADA m dot co you're going to use that promo code checks, and you're going to ten percent off your first order over dollars. Actually can't think of anything better than that. For the winter and fall. Yeah, you're cold you need. Kashmir. That's a done deal. You gotta go to NADA, m Fran. Let's get in to today. We have a lock going on. And we're so share do. Because part of the reason we have all this going on is because of the people that are listening to this show right now. First off we are going to Victoria fashion show next. We're going to be interviewing some onnell's backstage. We're very excited about that. We're not sure I I'm I have I'm nervous because I feel like I'm gonna freak out being that close to them. Also, it has been confirmed that Dylan sprouse will be in attendance to support his girlfriend, Barbara Calvin. I'm hyperventilating. And I'm just saying if our seats are anywhere in the general vicinity of that man affair look out, I'll faint friend. I'm look I'm grabbing onto my chair right now. Because I actually can't think of the thought of of me being in the presence of Dylan sprouse, my younger self. Oh, yeah. Freaking out on his eyes. Start sweating. You know? I swear when I get nervous. I'm gonna start no friend. I would just because we're it's cocktail attire. We're gonna have to really nice, and I'm going to be sweating. I can't believe that we might see Dylan's flush ever since I was a young child. This has been my dream. Dylan sprout in the flesh work. We're going to see them. I really think we are. I'm literally tearing up. I mean, I I mean, I'm actually like tearing up right now, they give me I know that. So the show. I don't think I'm not sure if we're allowed to say where it is or not so I'm not going to, but it's a big place. So hopefully, we Glock is and zone in on is just, you know, run away together out, just so honestly, truly pathetic that we are going to the Victoria's Secret fashion show such a cool again event beautiful women performers like we read or chase Bogor's Shawn Mendez halls e tons of people before Ming. Yeah. Like, we're like at in my head. I'm like, I really hope I can get a selfie with Dylan's. No. And the thing is like it just like. Doesn't feel right that we are going to be at the Victoria secret fashion show. Oh, males light to me feels right? And I'm very excited. I'm so thankful blessed. We could do it. But I'm like shit. We get to go to the Victoria's Secret fashion show. Like, I that's every girl stream and I'm so excited about it. I'm Paul so it doesn't really feel real yet. But I am very excited for that. And then the next day we are going to LA. Yeah. Because we are going to the people's choice awards. Now news guys we finally got invited. We finally got invited. We don't they were gonna win. Let me tell you. We tried our darndest to get that invite. And we got. Yeah. Props to Noah props to our producer Noah, we got the invite like I said, I don't think we're gonna win. But it would be great. If we do, but we go to which is what we wanted from the beginning. So thank you for voting and promoting because that's why we get to go. Yeah. So that will be a lot of fun. It's going to be my first real time. Now way I've been there before..
"sprouse" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Saying. That's his nickname. And then he's in a situation. All right. How about this? Lisa welchel. Now, I know her. Lisa Welsh will start is Blair Warner on the facts of life nine hundred seventy nine one thousand nine hundred eighty eight she's that show was on that long. Wow. And realize that either she got married a few months after the show ended and decided to leave the entertainment industry to be a stay at home, wife and mom, not your average housewife. She's written more than ten books and founded the mom time Minnie's ministries. In recent years, she's taken on a few acting jobs, but also serves as a speaker in a life coach ten books. Wow. Wow. All right. How about this Dylan sprouse? Along with his twin brother Cole don't sprout started acting when he was just eight months old best known for their hit television series, the suite life of Zack and Cody. The brothers. Also shared the role of Julian McGrath in big daddy. Also, he was the kid in the Adam Sandler movie yet. I don't I never saw the suite life of Zack. And Cody was that like Nickelodeon Nickelodeon show, he hasn't completely turned his back on acting? But these days spouses more focused on brewing. Oh. As America's youngest master brewer. According to interview magazine sprouts, co co-founded, all wise mediary in Brooklyn, New York, where he serves as CEO and mazer. Wow. How about will afford in two thousand one will Ford's hit song I wanna be bad peaked at number twenty two on the hot billboard one hundred when her second single failed to take off. She decided to step back from the music industry. I do not remember that song at all. Do you? Remember it? I do. But it was it definitely was like a niche hit. It wasn't anything major. I wasn't one of those songs. Whereas just like, oh my God. Every now like what you know. How do you talk to an angel guy? Yeah. To be twenty two listening to be ninety sixty. That's okay. I I don't know who that is. But willa Ford Ford occasionally dabbles in acting, but she works fulltime as an interior designer the founder and head designer of Los Angeles-based w Ford interiors now channels for creative energy into creating beautiful spaces for her clients. Wow. All right. We'll afford. Macaulay Culkin all we all know who MacAulay Culkin is as a child actor MacAulay Culkin racked up a wrecked up a.
"sprouse" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Cobb AO cigarette. Havana has we all know, but she just released her latest music video for the song consequences. It is in our orchestral remix of the song from her self titled album in the video we see bay though walking through a park watching a ghostly apparition of her former boyfriend played by Dylan sprouse what meal. Seemingly have nothing on me. No mean to media the story, but. Do I do know what else is trending is bad Google phone with Google pixel while they were unveiled yesterday, and it looks like the pixel three it's going to compete with this new iphone, but it's gotta start at around eight hundred dollars. Well, the pixel XL starts at nine hundred comes in three colors on the screen is about about an inch bigger than its previous phone, and there's a whole bunch of other specs that frankly you and I just don't understand. But it's a nice looking phone. I'll tell you that much and it looks like if you're a fan of this show called Donna helped me out with this real housewives of New Jersey. Joe Judas Joji is trending all over the entertainment world right now. Well, it sounds like a after he serves a forty one forty one month prison sentence for mail wire and bankruptcy fraud. He's going to be deported back to Italy. So sad. I mean, I I don't mean. Sad for him. But he's got four young daughters. Yeah. So maybe they'll all move or he'll appeal. He's got thirty days to appeal that. No, no good there for John Wayne. No, oh, well, that's what's trending here at mytalk. And let's see let's take a look at the channel five.
"sprouse" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"The difference between like spike from Buffy or like or like river Phoenix slash Cole sprouse for an updated reference for the children. Yeah. No, that's that's not. Yeah. Yeah. But. That being said, how much time does it take? Not that much time. It does take a lot of product. Yeah. I also go through a lot of products a lot. Yeah. I have like here that kind of if I don't put anything in, it just goes straight down. Okay. We're on my face. Yeah, in a way that I just really don't like, okay, early new to go. I yeah. Fly into the air calling. Is it take you to do your. It's pretty quick if it's totally dry like five. I mean, I use a lot of product, but it's sort of slap it forward road forward with my hands. And then I just pushed it back with the other hand. And then it just goes just sort of like swoops. Yup. So it's fast. It's super fast now. Yep. Yeah. But I do go through like a, like a, you know, those little jars of product. Probably like one I know those little jars. You're very familiar. Well. Oh, once at once every once a month? Yeah. Go through one. I don't know fast. And then like if you're wearing, I make up and this hair like how does that? Because I will also say, this is something I think people are some surprise. I actually really like wearing makeup. Yeah, I don't put it on my own face because I refuse to learn that skill, but I like it when other people put on me and I like to wear a lot of I make up for some reason, feels like, I don't know why this is true. Like kind of masculine to me, we're like, if like like a lip color, like forget it. No, I feel like I would like way unless I'm like doing like a high concept photo, shoot. And I'm sorry if this part of the conversation just got really unrelatable, but unless I'm doing something we're like, I feel like I'm a character character. Yeah, yeah. And I'm like, kind of okay with me beyond my lips, I would never walk down the street like that. Not a million, but I would not mind where he is. I don't know why that is true. I, I feel like it's I the thing is I totally relate to that because I feel like whenever I do have a lip on for any reason, I notice it way more than I noticed the eyeliner like the live makes it feel when you're wearing a bit almost feels more dramatic kind of. Got, I'm wondering if I just figured out why this is true. Okay. Yeah, I'm going to pitch something to you. Sure, sure. Like men that we see in magazines and film and television and stuff, they're wearing makeup. Yeah, but they're not necessarily wearing noticeable lip color because like I make up fades away like Rockstars. Then also like actors, like when you're seeing an actor and movie like that person's wearing, I make up. Yeah. So it's like maybe just something that we are cultured to be like, oh, it's a little bit more Andro..
"sprouse" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"You don't care about her band no she didn't like that she's like the breeders are great yeah i said what's your deal i think it is smart marjorie deal by the lodge evil genius oh wait i saw what you're deal marjorie deal i saw an evil gene wait when you say what's your deal was that a joke because can deal was in the breeders okay i also want to say i look at the duplex brothers are making more documentaries per week than any other brothers well who's hot on their trail i like to root for the underdog is there a pair of brothers yes who's next and can i get on that heat yeah because there's nothing more important in this business than being able to identify what's next and saying oh you like that i actually like this the people go i haven't heard of it and you go well you will yeah have you don't like to do plus brothers wait five minutes yeah they'll be new brothers new brothers and i know i am sort of an inside guy on some of this stuff it is the sprouse brothers they're doing a documentary about dangerous lettuce why so dangerous one of them eight some lettuce oh roman lettuce fit was fuck people were talking about the roman lettuce yes eight woman lettuce yes it's because of what happened to mr sprouse no and they're shooting it now it'll be funny with us yeah that's like an inverse is super size me in a way yeah because it used to be in the nasty stuff yeah this fast food and they said just eat salad now route brothers are going well we tried that the bunny food is with a question mark yeah they're noname we got the main one and we basically got frigging you know stuff coming our butts and everything and it's true i was just gonna say a funny skit please would be if they do like a skit yeah like about that and one of the bunch of skits in this oh good but this is another skit i could do off of the skit great are you following.
"sprouse" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"He just sounds like this dylan sprouse kid that like jared leto stole his girl xactly into his girls dm his girl no girl by left him to go hang out with thirty seconds to mars yeah but road but again there's nothing illegal about a forty year old and an eighteen year old now is it weird yes but who am i there's a reason laws exist right yeah do you see it seems like bitter like he came in and got all the models that don't want dylan yeah i don't know anything about anything i just read it this morning thought lunchbox that agree with this guy of course jared leto eighteen in their models they're pretty mature for their age about pretty mature around the world i'm just saying eighteen law yeah you're calling the buddy up he did a high school senior citizen graduates after they tell us that camp in the air they're ready today i was like a story about the school requiring smiling between classes you have to smile so we'll get to that in a second but the top of the story says north lebanon school district students are required a smile when walking the hallways so you can hop on the phones if you want eight seven seven seventy seven bobby if you don't smile you get called to the office or down to your guidance counselor you have talk about your problems then you have to go to tension smiling have problems come back to that in a minute fill free to jump on phones let's go over to amy now bound.
"sprouse" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Arianna guerande shit i don't know all of them madonna rideau are all the and it's so crazy 'cause i was watching all her interviews these were i was editing today right so like the interviews were coming in online like one by one and like it's her interviewing madonna and michael jordan and then like cole sprouse and like and like all these like top celebs and i'm like i'm thinking of log where jason jumps into a pool felt so fucking like useless you did yeah no don't say that i can finish my edit because i say oh i was like i can't believe i'm editing this shit when lies over there interviewing the pope that's funny that you have to understand that you're doing your thing donald glover does his thing now i don't i don't be talked out of like a bad mood no liza here you're saying lies absolutely fucking killed the interviews degrades you so nervous for them obviously rightfully so but just absolutely destroyed i mean she she was like a natural what do you think about the gala i didn't lie i got very upset reading some of the tweets you people are really particular about people's outfits people i guess are upset that she's a youtuber they got to do that some people weren't happy about liza being youtuber and being at the gala which is like the the worst like the worst part about being a youtuber is that fucking no one's transitioned like properly other than like justin bieber.
"sprouse" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"Hi this is mark news from plan talk radio thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan talk radio to keep this podcast free were partnering with stoke seeds indoor seed starting as fun easy and economical now's the time to start your seeds if you're looking to grow vegetables variety or at a punch of color to your flower garden review the stoke seeds starting guide online you'll find information about soil preparation moisture temperature light transplanting and more the stokes website is a complete resource center you need ache your garden the envy of the neighborhood get growing with stokes now today's question i've got to root is here or not let and they got sprouse wrote maybe four or five inches long okay and i turned to early to put them in the ground when out or let me let me ask you in what form are they are they dry route in a package or are they in a container no driver okay i'm kind of at a loss i think to put them in the ground where they have put out five and six inches of new tissue i think there's too much of a chance of them getting frost killed or at least those exposed young parts so i'm going to suggest if you can to keep the the plants in a container but put them put them in a bucket so to speak or a pale whatever and if you will on each day when it gets above thirty to set him out in the sunshine now this this i would do in steps because this young tissue even this time of year when it's on the cool site could be burned by the sunshine is just like my balding head if i go out and get too much sun or in the spring it burns that's just all areas to same nature thinking happen to plant tissue so in your case i put them in a bucket so the easy to handle tub whatever i take them out put them on a deck edge of the.
"sprouse" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club
"Why does that make you like being on riverdale why does that make you thank you why does that make you like being on riverdale those aren't the greatest in the world you know i know said said specifically cole sprouse but now i have some other feeling and they are the greatest feelings in the world i feel happy and proud and cared for it's great to have feelings for being on riverdale pause for a moment but since i'm not a robot anymore there's something else that i feel too he went on you're right i am just a little tired i think i need a short vacation big daddy sprouse laughed of course colon dylan's browse of course he said now that you've taken care of this we life zack and cody the kids choice or should be saved for quite a while it's time to the suite life on deck golan dylan sprouse started walking thinking about his home as he walks on just keeps me singular thought of his little village in the mountains he thought about how beautiful it looked in the winter this is river del he's thinking he thought of little riverdale archie playing the guitar on state he thought about how beautiful in the winter when archie fell all around about how looked in the fall when archie turned golden in red he's not about how riverdale looked in the summer bracken betty our good friends he thought about how betty or good friends with green everywhere he looked he thought about doing he was there as well i guess he was there in riverdale he looked down on his village from where he's high on a hill it was spring and archie bloomed all over the hillside thang cola dylan's browse took off his helmet and threw it down beanie that looked like a crown thank you cole sprouse took off his beanie that look like a crown and threw it down when he ran down the hill to riverdale straight if when he ran down the hill street toward toward his comfortable little home.
"sprouse" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club
"Kill colon to go right hodie the rock from jumanji is there too yeah cheering him on any other characters okay so here's what it'll be mega man is colin dylan's browse doctor wyle is the sweet life zack and cody or zack and cody for short and every other character is the rock from jumanji then the cannon stopped firing the spaceship shuddered and bubble shaped flying saucer lifted off from the top of it colon don't sprouse stop stood watching his mouth open into may's ment their mouths open in amazement the top of the saucer lifted to reveal the suite life of zack and cody face his mouth was twisted in a mean smile he raised his eyebrows waved at cole and dylan sprouse so long the suite life of zack and cody cried as the saucer flew off no shouted colon dylan's browse we won't let you get away this time they ran after the saucer following it as it flew down a tunnel soon they had lost sight of it but they kept running through the tunnel acid dripped from the ceiling sizzling horribly onto the floor below it slowed colin dylan sprouse down since they had no sin since they had to it's slowed colon dylan's browse down since they had to time they're steps carefully to avoid off finally they switched on the time stopper and the acid was frozen in mid drip colindale spouse speed it up again and kept on running then they tumbled head over heels into a blackboard stars shown all around them it was as if they'd been transported into outer space to kids choice awards.
"sprouse" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club
"In live yeah the co the colon dylan sprouse characters yeah cody live inside the w hotel actually coming home but to kill the characters that the kill the tv show that the whole show it's an unfortunate homecoming yeah the hotel was terrifying it was built of skulls and bones that's pretty accurate yeah i've stayed there before skulls glowed red huge radar antennas were aiming in all directions the suite life of zack and cody must be watching the approach colin dylan's browse he stuck out his tongue and waved his fingers in the air and jagna here i come they shouted and then they ran towards the castle and begin to climb up its outer wall pictured those two boys doing that unison yeah it'd be like but it's funnier to say on yeah they climbed quickly reaching the first hurt no time and after that climbing was a little slower zack and cody sent out their forces i the bombers attacked dropping bomb after bomb on zach colin dylan only fuck they dodge the bums and fired at the fat little bird like robots blam they exploded revealing the organs inside they kept climbing every time they tried to rest another zack and cody's garver of they will read arbor that looked like especially uniform give it to second cody's elite guards cole and dylan could see their faces since their helmets with shiny black face plates this is beautiful being this is like we are basically narrating one asher cole sprouse volokh he was going through entering a new tv show over dale nine hill that part of me you'll the past.
"sprouse" Discussed on 8-Bit Book Club
"Suggest that but i know stop you now all the big daddy sprouts gone yeah up in the sprouse sprouse browder sprouts podcast called sprouse house and it's us talking about the sprouse twins sprouse twins from the perspective of their parents exactly the sprouse sponsor yeah if you're ready ready said colon dylan sprouse loudly one more thing said doctor said cole and dylan sprouse his dad i'll if it turns out that if it turns out that doctor wyle one of the clones of mega man then we split up colin dylan's dow's or fix we'll we'll cross that sprouse bridge when we get there yeah i'd dylan sprouse but we're definitely met our our heroes staying cole sprouse he's on riverdale true or if he hasn't even clone we can call it gallon dylan sprouse's twin anyway we're going to be lousy sproul yeah go ahead all right one more thing said cohen dylan's his dad big daddy sprouts dig debt he's sprouse spreader the suite life of zack and cody is placed electron barriers hotel walls once you into the castle you and i will not be communicate but i'll be watching you on this monitor he ate an entire pound of shrimp okay dad good luck colon dylan's browse boys and sung big daddy spouse keep your wits about you and watch out for boobytraps as dylan sprouse dad big daddy sprouse's voice faded out and dylan found themselves standing alone looking up along with nothing but each other along with nothing but each other as they looked up at the sweet life was atkin cody's huge still the w w who still at the day.