27 Burst results for "Tosh"
"tosh" Discussed on Game of Crimes
"And my wife heard it. I went outside and took the call. I took the call and not because I wanted to. I took the call because he would have set me back so much. And my wife understood she didn't say, why are you doing it? When you work on the cover, it's a 24/7 if you're working full time on the cover. If you're a cameo, if I'm working dopers where I'm doing deals, I don't have to answer. And I say, I called you. Yeah, so what? What do you want? You can't say that to them. Because the mob is all about you being in this close family and nothing else matters, but the mob. So if you're not available, you're either locked up and that's just not proper behavior. So now, as your daughter has grown up, what does she say when her friends ask her? What's your dad do? Oh, it's funny because what she was growing up. My daughter tosh, I was Italian. She was, you know, because she was, you know, I would have like all these different phones and you would hear the old man calling like when I came to visit in Jackie boy and she was hey daddy, the bad man's calling you because I would say that's the bad man's fault. He's calling you daddy and I would pick up, but my daughter kind of took it in stride. She knows that I was working on the cover. She's never read my book. And I don't think, you know how kids are, you know? It's one of those things, but I'm grateful to her. I know I trove her around when I retired. I drove her around when she was in grace. My daughter is very young. She's only now she's 22. So when she was younger during this operation, I would try to school. Once I got done, and basically there was no difference between driving my 5 year old daughter around and driving apart. And can you get me an ice cream? Can you take me there? Can we do this?
"tosh" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"He talks about his experience having a day. In the ferrari. Five seven five m. We talk about our thoughts on the new reissued lamborghini. Coon tosh As well as what the hell has been making me so mad this week. And that's to show on the song podcast. Hi everybody welcome. Welcome to the show. It's it's been almost two weeks since we last recorded a show That that steve dinan show was actually the last show that we recorded Anzac had to go. Do some traveling. And i had to go do some traveling and so It's it's been a proper minute. since Since we've actually done a show yeah and despite that i've not driven much i mean i basically just been driving driving dealing with my own cars and then and the toyota eighty six but also you know pebble. Beach happened You know it. It seems And and i went to the radford yeah launch to see their Their type sixty two dash to in person and so. I have done like some things and so. How's the drove cars. A few weeks ago that. I forgot about the five seven five in port pheno so we can go back to those. But let's cover the more relevant topics i yeah. What are the more relevant topics. Where were you on star on your list. Well pebble beach just happened numb. It did happen Although from what. I gather it was weird because it crowd i didn't go. It was crowded but only with americans very few europeans and very few asian people who came over and typically that dry draws a very international crowd Because it's such a a globally important Event really It's the fiftieth anniversary of the coon. Tosh concept being shown so there was the all this kunti shit. I you know thought maybe i would have little foam. Oh little little jealousy for not going with my coon. Tush but actually even after seeing all the pictures i was like i. I didn't feel the need to be there. It didn't I don't know why. I just didn't feel like it was. It would have been extremely expensive. Let's just. I'm just going to say yeah. Main reason i didn't go is because i realized how much it would cost me. I didn't want to spend it. That's really a hotel in town that day. That week is fifteen hundred to two thousand and night for a basic for like a regular hotel hilton or something. She's so you know. I'm probably the poorest kun-tae schoener on earth i'm definitely in the five percent of poorest. Coon tasha owners on earth and so I have enough keys to buy and ensure and keep my car alive and use it and use it. whatever i feel like using it pretty much Having said that you know it it did break down. Couple of weeks ago and donny's got it right now. I mean look that that looks cool. Like i'm not saying that like if any was there you know with curated that and that does look cool when you see pictures of all the coon tasha. I'm not gonna lie. Yeah they'd like what twenty or thirty. We're looking at all parked road up. Twenty-nine vintage lamborghinis twenty. Two of which were kuhn. I mean that's pretty cool. It is cool. I just i. I couldn't i couldn't justify all right but with your car you will my car. I thought it was the coil the coil. There's a there's a like a bad relay or something it's really basic. Donnie sent me a video of the car running yesterday. Oh the cars running. But he's he's trying to make it Just a little bit more Robust whatever that system was that that went down. And so when i bought the car it has this aftermarket fuel computer in it. That's call it's called like it's got some pseudo generic name like fire spark something like that. Yeah like power powerless. Some shit like that. Yeah it's exactly that and donny's like i fucking hate this shit and i'm and i'm like but gto engineering like put that in there. Not like nobody. They're not like some fucking backyard. Hacks you know And he's like dude. He's like this. The stock fuel computer in this car is the same as the testarossa is the same as the nine eleven shit. It's the same. They're all using the bosh shit and he goes goes does your does your ferrari run fine on ninety one and i go. Yeah and he goes test. Derosa runs fine on ninety one. Why is anyone thinks that this coon tosh want run. We using the exact same everything like i. I need to make everyone understand that ferrari porsche and lamborghini in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s used the same injection ignition. Nec you system the same. They're all from bausch like the they're programmed a little differently but it's just the same shit just apply slightly differently so like because there were so few companies. I mean making case like you need something really high level. Yeah yeah donny's like. I haven't original ferrari fuel computer if you want and we'll have a lamborghini donnie. And he goes. It doesn't matter it's the same. Wow yeah but but the point is that he thinks that the issue. I'm having is related to this modified fuel computer somehow and by taking that thing out and putting it back to stock we will solve the problem. And did he do that already. He has one of those. He has the part he can do. I was like look. If you've got time. I got time fucking do it now. I mean everything you can do now is something. I don't have to drive one hundred miles in the middle of the desert for. Yeah while you're in there in there do all the while you're in there and especially 'cause he's here for six weeks he leaves for six weeks so if you've got the car already whatever the fuck do it but it's fine is running and i'll go get it and we'll be fine time so it just for some reason or it's short. It's an electrical. Short ground bled something or other happened. Okay and it's fixed. It was not a big deal. Wow yeah so. That's good and and pebble As johnny posted on instagram this morning There was a special coon tosh class at pebble and The winner of that class had a wing a wing. Car not a periscope. Oh not the prototype. Which was there a wing car. It's hard for me to look at it without the wing and not think it looks unfinished until like the wing bounds. Something out of the shape and the look yeah I don't know why because now a lot of modern birds don't have a wing that stands up like that but something about that with jain intakes. It's got like these blocked. Parts it in the wing just looks awesome. I agree. I think the wing balances out the shape. Yary well I'm definitely pro wing. Although i understand why Why some aren't the people who are more early pure designs as they say i get it. That's cool whatever you're into That new coon tosh thing. Yikes that's gone very badly There's i i wrote a piece for road and track It's up there if you want some some more eloquently written thoughts but they came out with this this reissue thing one hundred units Already presold obviously you know two and a half million dollars and it's just it's just printing money i mean it's literally it's just extracting money from the people who just buy everything because they have so much money they just don't give a fuck Me look it's it's events door. It's obvious it's an event or it's not they haven't done a clean sheet design the beltline the window the windshield the beltline. The wheels are so then and the side scoop that fake nacogdoches the coast into an event the door sites i mean they yes. They have tweaked to certain design elements to represent the original. But it's not a clean sheet thing the way it was before wonky. It looks wonky. It looks like it looks like an event. The door and the problem with that is the events door for its faults was very pretty. That's a very pretty car. And what they've done here is substantially less pretty and the proportions just like don't work to me..
"tosh" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"I have a question because you you were making money when you had like umbrellas like the. Oh i know that feeling they did. Did you have a child when broke his. Are we you the you want to know. You wanna know soda depressing. Show fucking half so depressing so we have georgia leeann. I'm featuring a making seven hundred bucks a week. And i gotta pay for flight and hotel. I just tampa. They're not even paying a hundred dollars. Set stuff okay. Same same same thing. Yeah if you're lucky get condo. But if you're not working with great headline you gotta show the condo and you're working with the guy you don't respect and you're not gonna fucking this. Here's ideas on comedy. And and i. I have three weekends up first. One is with david l. nexans with daniel. Tosh i fly home from working with daniel tosh and he says and then louis. Ck after lucy daniel talks. Text me and he goes. Hey poker games. And i go by the way. It wasn't a text any. We talked on the phone. Yeah i think there was texting back. Then yeah but i go. Yeah there's a poker game. I know tuesday night. My buddy has per game. He's a cool. Is it cool. If i come and i was like. Yeah so he goes. I'll pick you up. So he comes in. My house comes up to my house. I have a kid toss also like thirty years. Or maybe he's twenty eight thirty years younger than you young. I'm sure he's got to be younger than me. See how old daniel tosh is. And and i have a kid. I'm living in an apartment. Taj is making legit money right. Legit money's not doing what he is. He's making jet money and buy them up. I introduce him to lianne. He's one of the funniest guys are fucking now. I introduce them my daughter and you can see him she shake. I do not want to see your daughter and by the way that's daniels. I don't wanna see your kid right. I was like come on just getting up. No i don't fucking the what you can turn into this guy that can appreciate a good fucking baby rape joke now. Know i can still get that. So then i said lianne. Hey babe. I need one hundred dollars and she goes. We don't have it. I said no. I'm just going to play poker. She goes yeah. we don't have it. I said no. I'm not gonna lose it. I will win money tonight. The first top eight make money. I'm i need one hundred bucks and she was. We don't have it. And i said just give me a. I know it's not here. Give me a bank card. So i can get one hundred dollars and she looks at me in front downsizing goes honey. We don't have one hundred dollars in our bank account. And i'm like for real. She goes yeah. We don't have any money in daniel news. I am so uncomfortable right now. One hundred dollars to make the stock act. He's forty years younger than me. And so and so. I know you had but see. That's the thing because john. Us a lotta times. I'll i'll hear people say and whenever to each your own. Whatever anybody wants to do but like oh..
Why The 90's Was The Decade Of The SuperCar
"To pass gas. I'm your host known sites trying to always by james pump. Frey hello there. Everyone it is i james and not an pasta and joe weber. What's up wink wink nation. I'm here for you. And i am fired up and as as the boys have been Saying we are talking about ninety supercars today on this episode. We were talking before we started. Recording i think like we're a little bias as far as the nineties. Being the greatest time for supercars that's like saying like the nineties is the best time for cartoons. Yes because that's when joe and i grew up at least win win. Did you grow knowing how old a year you're six years six years old Yeah i mean born in ninety three so like my k- yeah you're the first time when you realize supercars where thing was in the nineties. I sure i heard third eye blind on the radio is what you're saying about three eleven. Her three eleven to okay got it. So like like the diablo's the labor gyn machines. Those are big big parts of your formative years for sure. Yeah now supercars are a lot more prevalent. Yeah i feel like within the last ten years like it's blew up again. But i feel like the nineties really set the president the president the president and showed what was possible and kind of like blew the whole supercar thing out of the water because we had just come out of the malays era and people were like. I want something fast and flashy and purple and green are really cool right now so. Let's just make cars like debt for sure. And i think you know from the sixties to the eighties like cars. That would be considered supercars today. I mean there are just called sports cars you know. Yeah 'cause they were. They were really fast. Yeah not the ninety s great supercars because it literally defined that genre. That's when he started seeing like dance materials carbon fiber the. That's it that's it really for me only carbon-fiber that's the only qualifier. I think we should just get right into it. Yeah let's go. let's go so so. How did we get to the nineties. Being the definitive era of supercars the term supercar itself isn't really official it. Roughly describes a high performance. Luxury or exotic. Sports car generally a two seater with at least an eight cylinder engine. Although that'll probably change here the trend towards these vehicles started as far back as the sixties when detroit started shoehorning big block. v8's into sedans and turning the results loose on the american public and of course we know those as muscle cars across the atlantic european manufacturers were also busy refining. their lightweight. sports cars what. These smaller cars lacked in displacement and seating they made up for easily in handling and driveability as a sixties turned into the seventies. Those massive motors became liabilities with the looming gas crisis and clean air act of nineteen seventy then the second oil crisis in nineteen seventy nine. The industry yet again. An american cars continued to get smaller and more efficient manufacturers in the. Us knew they had to do something. So they're carburetors. Were replaced by fuel injection and distributors being swapped for coil packs. But we weren't there yet after all the one thousand nine hundred. Five corvette made her on the same horse. Power as a well-equipped twenty twenty. Camry the so-called malays era when autos reached a low point of reliability and performance was in full swing. New emissions equipment was starving the motors of their power. And even in the instances where these new cars had style. The eighty-five corvette being a prime example was under. The hood didn't match up that being said the eighties were still an impressive decade for supercars. Just not in the united states. American consumers still reeling from the death of the muscle car scene started looking abroad for inspiring performance. Every decade is a reaction to the one that came before in the eighties shoved back. The seventies with an absolute explosion of high performance supercars a handful of imported performance. Cars like the lamborghini coon tash for testarossa and the lotus esprit were blowing enthusiasts minds and with the stock market. Looking like pikes peak. There were selling faster than cocaine in wall. Street bathrooms by the nineties. A lot of that pesky emissions tech that was thrust on manufacturers was starting to get smarter as we're onboard computers and fuel injectors the progressing technology let engines breathe better and pass their gases in ways. That didn't starve the performance. Nice if you if you like stories like this check out. Our podcast passed gas. Celebrities enrich folks. Were having a hard time justifying spending big bucks on stiff bucket seats and jarring track suspension setups and manufacturers took the hint burr example lamborghini spent the late eighties upgrading. The coon tauch into the diablo. The coon tosh is often derided for having a borderline unusable only tight interior that overheats quickly so they lengthened diablo to improve the comfort ability in the cabin. The word is this comfort. Yeah right after ability never heard of that. Is that a diablo right there. This is a blow right here and it's purple too. Yeah that's the blister. That i had
Bunny Wailer, reggae luminary and last Wailers member, dies
"Reggae musician bunny Wailer of the whalers has died at the age of seventy three from complications from a stroke in July according to his manager I marches are a letter with the latest my dream bunny Wailer whose real name was never Livingston was the last surviving member of the whalers which he formed in nineteen sixty three with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh there nineteen seventy three catch a fire album made them huge stars in Jamaica we wanted not like touring internationally and left the band the following year Wheeler formed his own label and released several albums he spent much of his time as a farmer in Jamaica's mountains
Reggae Icon Bunny Wailer, Founding Member of the Wailers, Has Died at 73
"A reggae music giant has passed away. Today in Kingston, Jamaica, and he was a member of the original Wailers trio, along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh and reflecting on his career a few years back, Bunny said. The Wailers are responsible for the Wailers sound, Bob Peter and myself. We are totally responsible for the Wailers sound and what the Wailers brought to the world and left as a legacy and although he left the group Relatively early on his things took a different direction. He went on to do his own prolific work, and he even won the Grammy for best reggae album three times in the nineties. But let's take it back to the roots and listen to the early vocals of
"tosh" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Wants to see that i was thinking as you're saying is like maybe i don't know if you're allowed but putting a sticker on your on the packaging of each ice cream maybe a qr code or something along those lines that leads to something something some then. That's extra labor putting a sticker on ryan. That is a great suggestion. It really really is actually. That's a wonderful idea And you know if it was at all possible aid very labor intensive it's very labor said some very time consuming but that's a fantastic idea especially around. That's a really good idea. Tauch one but it might be just as easy to have kurds rate on your thing one sale. Here's a card One final question for you sir. And that is why do you work. You kind of mentioned it along the way but why do you work. I do what i do because it brings so much happiness enjoy and to me. That's i think that's the best living personally myself that i can make in do but working to me is it's a health thing Working being a part of something. I to me. That's what makes via life hole is. The purpose is much as my family. And everything is the motivation I just know that. If i'm not working and i'm not participating in my community my country my stage i don't feel good at all Great point the party got to be a part of it. You know agree wholeheartedly Work hard work hard. Absolutely you yourself. Everybody knows after a hard day's work you feel good. You're like yeah that's right our hard day. good feeling. That's why you were personally. Toss mackenzie the owner of pcb icy paradise. I truly appreciate the time you've given me. And i appreciate the work that you do. This was a lot of fun. Thank you very much today. Have to come and experience it now. Ryan all right. You have the invitation to the beach. You're coming here and it's you know you don't know anybody actually do any. You are welcomed absolutely welcome. It will be my pleasure. Take you out show you and your family around and everything and see what we have to offer. I know you'd have a rate time. You will love it. I think the funny thing is you would offer that in a good way that invitation to anyone. Who's listening as well. Because i think you're that type of guy absolutely but particularly you. I'm so grateful. I'm so grateful for what you do everything you do. You're a fantastic. Wonderful person in your family is beautiful. You're a hard worker and your podcast. It it brings a lot of goodness that everybody that wants to listen to check out taj. Mackenzie go to florida. Pcb icy paradise. Thank you kind sir. thank you very much. Thank you for listening to this. Episode of why we work with brian. Be sure to subscribe follow and share with others so they can be encouraged into their work. I hope that you have yourself a productive day in your work..
"tosh" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"That. We have a flood of canadians here every year. They come here from cheerio Alberta calgary quebec. I mean they all come here to panama city beach so presenting canadians listening or even anybody else from all over the world. Just come here check us out. You're going to have a great time. You got great food. Great entertainment. I mean there's all kinds of attractions. There are sites things that you've never done before the you're gonna have a blast and especially we are family oriented so if you have your kids with you especially you guys are gonna have a memorable moment and a wonderful time. There is no doubt about us. We do it right. We know how to do it. Everybody here in this community bad is there. Life is to do that for you. And it's here. It's waiting for you. Seems like a great community to be a part of. How can people get in contact with you. Tosh reserves or wave for your business or social media wise. Well i'll tell you i I tried to get a facebook. Page out What what i wanna do is to get the facebook page up and in hand out like a little card or something like that if you take your picture Police posted on this side. And it'll be there for life You know it's almost like a mortality issue. Of course that's a facebook is going to be there But i haven't. I'm not big on the marketing kind of thing you know. It's not basically the whole. Facebook page is for the families to do that and have a little bit of fun and everything. So i mean if you wanna google. Pcb icy paradise on facebook You can find me there and you could find. Just what's posted there and this particular year though Gonna definitely make it a point to do it. But the thing is is it takes time and everything and i do everything on my own. So you know it's just another thing to monitor and put the time and all this kind of stuff but it's absolutely worth it. I'm gonna come through. It's going to be very very successful and please look up the side if you want and put your pictures on there that when you're here is.
"tosh" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"What you really believe. If you believe it's right then. I can just picture you and i think people would do people well in if and we. All face roadblocks in our work and in life and if they can pitcher you on the sandy beaches of florida dragging two hundred and fifty pounds down the with your bell if they can pitch you that not stopping from end to end lap the lab day by day going through and not letting anything. It's it's it's a simple pitcher in that. You can put your beautiful. You compute pitcher beautiful sand sandy beaches in one man walking down the road doc. Walking down the beach selling and delivering a service in not letting the regulation. Stop you not to do it. Things illegally but to to work through the system. So you can do you want. People can picture that and and not be stopped. Whatever presents itself to them. I think it's a good pitcher to keep in our minds that you have a tosh mckenzie working hard going down the beaches not being stopped in. Things shouldn't stop us as well. That's correct and and thing is is sometimes You know what it is you know. I've seen it as is you have what's called change which we all know and you know you gotta look back while i mean Changes from the fifties to. Let's say there's walk here it is. There's computers today. There's no computers in the fifties right so all that change from the fifties which you have now still in our generation everything now. They have computers in the slicker. Parents don't want an iphone. I don't you know. I don't wanna go on the internet. I don't you know this. I don't understand this kind of thing right. It's a you know is progress. You know an exchange and people are resistant to change. You could be placing which we all get you know. And it's kind of like in a workplace. We get a new boss. We get supervisor. The staff changes or something like that right. You know changes a delicate thing and people are affected by it and so in. My particular situation is I just took a hardcore stance on change. And i believed in what i was doing. And while it's i believe it's and it's it worked out that way and everybody sees it now kind of thing. So you know these these. It's not even a change of regulation or anything like that. It's just change. Is i only have another question for you. And i do know. It's it's i appreciate your resilience as well. Is there anything else that we haven't touched upon have another question for you as well but is there anything that you'd like to add Anything that we might want to Add to the mix.
"tosh" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"All you know if it didn't you can't you can't live Under your meats continent thing. I mean he can't do something that doesn't it doesn't pay the bills kinda thing right you know. So if we were to go that angle there well no no no we. It does what it supposed to do in may earn it that way there. But that's not the motivation. That's that's all. I'm trying to say you know. It's not the motivation at all. You know what's most important is is what it does i think earlier. We're going down that line of floating. What is it that you do by floating it up and down along the ocean. I guess it is so that you don't have to carry it. What is it that you do there. Oh floating was just You know it's it's construction term where you would put the piece of equipment on a trailer okay. So you don't have to you know. Carry it or whatever it is. You know down to the destination where it has to go ride ker but that you know when you're on the beach it's on the sand and and that's it you have to You gotta move it now thinking of you. Starting at eleven stacking wood piling would doing some other sorts of jobs even when you were younger but also switching careers a couple of times in getting where you are. you said. you'll do this until you can't do it anymore. Do you have any advice for people who are getting into work whether it's their first job or switching careers while if your first job years an example is you know my my. My oldest son is He's sixteen source seventeen and at the age of fifteen. I would say to him a you gotta get a job. You gotta go to work. And i mean you as a parent yourself. You can understand this. All parents is to sat in. Need to tell your children. I mean you just just check off fifteen hundred times and then you start doing the four lines with the line across right of you know before it sinks in kind of right and so he's you know he's doing great in school and he has a job at publix now. I don't know if that's what he wants to do with Mix what is publix. Publix is a grocery shorts. Almost like so okay. It's like getting a job at sohbi's yes so you know. That's good though. Because here in korea while we understand it culturally speaking as you. And i were talking before. We started courting culturally the different values in where people put. Things is a lot the majority of people in maybe asian countries but in korea in particular day. Parents don't want their kids getting a job until they're finished school so their first job after university is their first experience with getting out in the real world which is shocking to me. I understand it. It's not something. I'm going to apply to my kids. I'm telling them now. Especially with a podcast. Why we work. You're gonna experience getting a job because it's good for you right. That's right that's right. It's very very healthy. And while i mean their ego. And i would love to visit korea. I would love to experience that. I would even take it as vacation. Oh no absolutely definitely love distant and and so you know right have an experienced the real world and everything. It's probably not what he's going to do for the rest of his life but You know my personal experience is that you know education and everything. They'll be scared to a.
"tosh" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"It all depends on what you wanna do. You do have the option to Worker season. and do what you want in the offseason but personally i don't recommend not working in the offseason not working. It's an extremely unhealthy habit in pattern in life personally. And i think if everybody's working they get their mind occupied It's it's healthier healthier life right so you're able you continue working in. Do you continue with your vending or do you do something else. Do something else on the side What we describe it down here for people like us as we put a band aid on the bleed right because you only have your season so and then you have your off time and you don't want that Draining away at business earnings and everything is because that's what happens you know in the off season So that that's what we call. We put a band aid on the bleed but personally myself Yeah no no. I definitely do. Just gig works. I know how that works. You know you just do. Your gig works. Maybe go job the job the job or whatever it is i prefer blue collar work stuff to you. What what type this stuff do you tend to do. I think this is great. Part of the conversation of in. I find that a lot with speaking with people who are following their passions in doing things that they love like doing a podcast met lots of people but they have other jobs amid a guy who works in a paint shop. He's he's a pretty famous Rapper in the daytime. he's selling paint right in seattle. Would is it some of the jobs you tend to over the last six seven years. Have you been leaning towards in. How long is your off season off season here. We open up march. I which will be this monday and at the store to march break and then we Have to be off the beach by november. I would this year. Actually i talk to what if you business owners in the area to attempt to approach the city in the county to extend our season buying another thirty days. I think it's very important. Because october is absolutely i think personally the best month here in panama city beach is the weather in the water is the best. It can be all year round. But you know. The weather doesn't drop off the cliff at the end of october. It's beautiful into november also and then of course you have. What is the automobile. And who's east event. You have a thanksgiving but then of course you have your weekends where you know. People own They're condos down here which here's an interesting point when you bring up hospitality their structure here in panama city beach. It's completely different There there's no a big hotel change that litter the beach like marriott's a hilt me hamptons..
"tosh" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Me when you're working eighty hours a week at a hotel and of course we also lived on site so you eat new breed. The hotel business called being a hotelier and it really had its ups and downs in. It's difficult it really really is a difficult challenge So with that aside you know florida is. It's always a challenge. It's always a challenge. It really is. It's not People come here to vacation and they leave. And that's it you know living here. It's it's a total different world and experience so for what were you doing. Initially you're working eighty hours a week. You were what specifically were you doing. And how did you seemingly. i'm not sure myself is. How did you get out of that. Or what happened for you to get out into having a vending business of your own now. Well i'll tell you. I didn't want to get into it but Actually i just remembered that hell fax hadn't experienced it. Cell is a part of the world. You experience what is called hurricanes gates and learning hurricanes yes it and they are People by wanna say hey. I'd love to experience it. I would you know people down here. That haven't that just moved here. They never experienced flooding. Throw the hurricane parties. And they're all excited about it but these are dangerous. Life threatening in life changing phenomena 's weather phenomenon that just happened annually. And they're not fun right there absolutely not fun. So in two thousand four florida had four hurricanes the state in the first one which we ever experienced completely ripped the entire roof off of the hotel. Three layers some people if they listen to this. They'll know three layers of commercial. Bitumen roofing rolled up like a piece of tin foil and biff across the parking lot and lands on the property next door so that completely wiped out the business because the building is now destroyed which two weeks after there was another hurricane. It was just a big rainstorm and so it ended up drenching everything so at that point there our little condo and everything in the hotel. The complete roof is collapsed. All of our belongings were completely destroyed. You have no power. You have no water. It's your you've got to fend for your own right said oh to us. That's what ended up changing. Initially everything it put my life in our family's life on a different course than particular year. Moving up to what i've do now. I've always had the independent entrepreneurial spirit by had my failures and i've had my failures. Failure is art it. It's the best learning experience you get ever go through is defame will because those lessons you learn will make you succeed and so after going through these natural disasters and got to make changes in life. You have big disruptions. Had your family going on. It's like you know everything's destroyed. You got to keep moving on and keep building and that's flood pretty much. Got me to the point here because you need to be resilient in a to be strong. You need to be resilient and you have to persevere and it's not like it's you know you have people or certain things it's just the natural mother nature that creates these disrupters that you need to accept and need to work through in two thousand four when you experience this knowing that you learn from the process but during that time did you want to kind of put your tail between your legs and go back home to nova scotia. Was that part of your thinking. Process. this is too much. i can't handle this..
"tosh" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"Welcome to why we work with your host. Brian veep as he speaks to people. Like you from all over the world as we together dive deeper into our motivations struggles joys seemingly missteps hopes warnings and advice. Which would be an encouragement to us all to get up. Get going and keep on. Working working stopped working is good. Now here's your host to why we were trying. I'm brian be at. This is why we work today. I the great pleasures tosh. Mackenzie tosh is a beach. Vending business owner on the beaches of florida today. Want to.
"tosh" Discussed on Talks with Chepe
"We have like right in the car behind it and we're like kind of like it's really intrigued. We're like, let me see what you doing. What's really happen? And my my uncle is telling me he knows that everything is like the last stop is like super busy. Like everyone's going to get on cuz like no one's really happen on the first car off and then like towards the end a couple of people get on like a guy walks by and you could tell he's like look at her like what are you doing lady? Like let's go with you and she's like doesn't like she's insane anything just like stand up on the back doors open drive past doors. Close, sit back down and put your pants on that was that was worth in can you put them back on and yeah, I believe so, I believe she would just get up and drop him. I don't remember just I don't think we were the first time they took a bit of a hot take their interesting plot twists up cutting me off right there. She just she just get them off yet. She had a system. She had a routine which was weird, you know what I mean more so and her but the last stop yo and like Thursday. People got on that thing and it was like and honestly I might be even underestimated but there was it was crowded and just everyone was just like, you know at first like no one was to say anything and then a couple of people were like, oh same things were but she you know, she obviously did not care and then flash flow Flash Forward Flash Forward to like a month later guess where I see her on Tosh point O. Like doing the same thing like it was one of those like, oh when web clip of the oh, yeah, whatever like a video someone just yeah, I guess whatever and that it was her she was doing I was like, yo know that woman I could have sent it in first. But yeah, that was it..
‘Tosh.0’ to End After 12 Seasons at Comedy Central
"Point. Oh, coming to an end the show wrapping after its upcoming Twelfth Season Daniel Tosh just signed a four season deal with comedy central back in January. So not sure if he's going to remain with the network season twelve of top debut. September fifteenth on Comedy Central. Did anybody else like, kind of raised eyebrows. When you heard that he just got a four season extension was going to go through sixteen seasons of tosh boy. No I didn't even know it was still there. I lost track of Tauch. I've actually been wondering where he is like just in terms of doing stand up because you just haven't heard his name as much. As I cannot believe that that show has been going on that long. That's crazy. He was so smart about that whole ride though he knew it was going to come to an end and he just went out and did a ton of standup shows around centered around the success of that show and banked a ton of money. 'cause you knew it was gonNA come to a narrow eventually. It just was a format that. You can go on twitter and see a million different comics doing the same thing. Every single day now. So I I still thought their writers were good. It was super edgy and it was I. thought that was hilarious.
"tosh" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thursday a loved one serious illness at a relatively young age can upset the most mundane life plans and generate unexpected side effects for all concerts all concerned you'll have put Tosh has today's perspective I probably grimaced when my wife asked me to flosser teeth only in distant golden years did I suppose I might care for a partner with a chronic condition not while we have kids in preschool and first grade my wife has an auto immune disorder one of those bizarre elements where the body attacks itself it's not life threatening just quality of life threatening each week she must give herself an injection fight poison with poison approach to treating an ailment that has medical science don't she loved doing steady yourself by cutting out comfort foods and alcohol are exercising more or less or differently or by seeing a natural path she's tried a mall but her symptoms persist the symptoms start with a swollen finger snowball with aching joints and muscles and then fatigue a knockout punch from within that's what I have to do more especially for two young daughters more care taking shopping driving cleaning cooking whatever needs doing it's taken me a year to accept those side effects without an exasperated sigh I just put the kids to bed when my wife displayed her swollen finger and asked me to floss her teeth did this signify an escalation a cascade of daily hygiene tasks outsourced to the spouse without sickness she said on the closed toilet her head tilted back mouth open in a large joker smile floss between my fingers like a tight rope I approach realizing that if you're not a dental hygienist flossing someone else's teeth is like trying to sing your ABC's backwards upon my clumsy attempt we burst into laughter our giggles subsided I wiped tears from my eyes.
"tosh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"First one the twenty seven twenty four he's got one more eighty eight percent fell shooter Tosh thanks to both all goes by four twenty eight twenty four five forty to go in the first that Adams quickly across the timeline hands it off repairs and away from the oddball but top try on sends it into the corner for out of space line drive off the glass lays it in for a basketball one will give you a call off that base line forcing the bill Rison weakside help that time they didn't get the job done levy led by the pilots here's eighty probing the defense kicks it out Mitchell to shot fake on trial and driving right alley to the blocking pal called on the pilots a car collision down low and it's going to go on borders bodies everywhere that is the vehicle that started yet because a lot of attention for the Portland pilots on that move so Mitchell will shoot two free throws eighteen fell but he was in the act T. J. get seventy six percent fellow shooter he's got six points one assist one steal with ten minutes of work strong on the free throw all right I believe so it was a shooting well yeah so okay not.
"tosh" Discussed on True Crime: By The Book
"Please be aware that true crime by the Book May Discuss Topics Kiro opinions and use language. That could be disturbing offensive. The some listeners listener discretion is advised tidings and salutations bibliophiles. Thank you for joining me on episode sixteen of True Crime by the book. I am the Librarian. Tosh appears and your host this week. I decided I'd go into another documentary. 'cause this subject is receiving eight ton of attention lately and I've got should say now. Awareness is everything and I need my audience to have eyes and ears on this situation as it unfolds today. I want to share with you. My thoughts on the oxygen Docu series the witnesses but first this.
"tosh" Discussed on Boston Venue: The Channel Story
"More new recruit are being on drugs. See many more are going insane trucks. I see that to say this is very important for the minister of propaganda and public mischief. You and definition of corrupt us to know that Harb is not drugs. I'm son drugs is not her and I would like the ministers of propaganda to stop classifying herbs as drunks because hervas this tiny cut each. And the way you call herbs jokes like Harley Earl radio only belittles. The intelligence of those who uses are to be branded as jokes us as I don't take drugs. He takes jokes canneries constructively again. Dr Constructively gender nothing constructive but not that. He loses his data so we don't try and memorize flabby. Love Service will muschamp service coach. Hurley permanently at her jokes yes. God don't want him to observe yet drugs in my face bitch but life have to bt. Kira you'd have to keep life on one positive voice treat ahead try divert Macaws EVA side. Destruction sometimes doesn't get tied to repair the damages his PM. Dmc The beastie. Boys that I I don't mind. It has to say something telling you see. I don't mind it you know. Music is music rap music. I I wouldn't say using because most people rap music or rap rap I singers and I know operas I rap I son. They must be recognized. What the work. Because it started in Jamaica we have a lot of guys and Cottam. Dj them get the opportunity to say something on what they don't take the term more took create something constructive. That's what it is being said. It is worthwhile listening. See Far Murata reasons. Unle- see because there is so much morality we for more to society intention and for the destruction of mines spiritually physically. I never take with us as long as it started. Died for tomorrow Saito. You're going into the structure that we dispirit bended body soul might do to stay on the Mara side and as long as a robot is rapid some Spinach Mara Education. It's word it and I looked up that you'll music is similar in that always the message content not less. Because I've been to so mush have so much experience in my life. I think more than I love you because that is private. It said my own mind conservatively that she does that. Actions Speak Louder than most people say I know few means I hate to see showed me that you love me and I know you love me. And that's the way love his come on. There's lots of things to be said. Soliciting to decide that it becomes upon three to the bureaucratic. Where the slow. It's this reserve certainties. Certain things I do say so. Lice speak on stage before the audience I can edit are snap. Oh does sound. The last time they saw Peter was on May eleventh nineteen eighty seven four months to the day before he was brutally murdered inside his home in Jamaica. Harry remembers the meeting so the meeting went well. Appeal needed new representation because the record companies is managers and the agents and lawyers had mistreated him disrespected him and then work to his benefit so we had a good meeting and I even gave him a small cash advance and we decided that we would speak again in about a month to the factual which you one with the people because my music depends on the peop- deeply depends on Miami music in the way the record company is doing never team to create conflict between me and the people and making it. Look as if I am the incompetent one but people cannot rely on these things. Get me a fair cloud mud on Roy lost because sometimes if I should quit see the guy from the company sometimes do the bad treatment and attack it from the record company sometime. I feel like I would punch down in a guy I see. Come from EMI again. It's far good because I would wait for the work. See Nigeria. Do My work genuinely do my work and I know my potential and music an icy that beast is intentionally intendo victimize and disrespect my music oughta potentially my music career on dared to the are. They are sorry that I don't take drugs and hope to die one day so they can have a big champion of Peter. Russia was the embattled Trachea Shit. Because I be here to collect every penny I am going to miss a Divine Mishaan can move me off of this urge with no plan ties are planning to make my father might with lightning earthquake on a move that finally moved to so. I wanted them to know though because Menus I get I I am being informed from high of forces from half was is to give to the depot because without these information than nation parish when you say that piracy is happening with the record company today. Maybe some people have trouble with that. Explain that piracy and the record. Companies with piracy is piracy UH. It was traditionally organized by Ramal Gun on Francis Drake anonymous as we all know who in this times becomes famous like Christif in Columbus will they call Christopher Columbus Columbus? Yes we're all. These guys become famous because of piracy and piracy virus. Legitimate team. See much from me. He's illegitimate because they come. They see they take. That's not missing mature Apple Concert in the music. Mrs Near Knoll is it's a slavish attitude within the black and white business because the you would say that the companies are companies are controlled by modern corporation which owned by the white. My sees under the rich white folks. Countries may find one La di whoever are cut copy and if you find him. It's very smart. Suppressed by auditors stress. See I find. We are the sheets dimwitted into sheets. Tim is like if you don't have the right lawyer because what is given me what gives me trumpeted? I have the parents pirate record. Company in the pirate lawyer underwrites so when to pipe when I get a pirate law which is intentions until enough my shit you wish that I have on the Providence. That's our Miami and I tell you my border record company to recall him at a pirate on 'em Talk Andrea to champion on scene. Unmik rid promises that if we can always on what long compared to in the middle here everything would be fine because there's a couple of millions. Every time I did with the missiles lions every two months three months I changed lion. Twenty four hours is just. The piracy is just piracy. Take what you have illegitimately run it. Yeah I don't have no rights ally up and if it if it did him aboard liar entitled the way for an account and it's not only in reggae music is all seeing. This shit's Tim tends to disrespect music. They don't WanNA music idols them. It seems as if them disrespect some Bach and Tchaikovsky. Beethoven music that originated easy in Boston. Venue the channel story was conceived and created by Harry. Boris Executive Producer. David Ginsburg written by. Harry bores contributing writer. Kevin Elmer Recording Engineer. Tori lamb graphic designer. Lisa Saint John Bennett. Storytellers in this episode. Peter Tosh and Kevin Elmer music. Courtesy of the mighty mighty Boston's. Where'd you go?.
"tosh" Discussed on Boston Venue: The Channel Story
"Mine tension was designed Peter for a small East Coast tour that we were planning. I also talked to him about the possibility of me. Managing Him Kevin on the other hand was writing a book about Marcus. Garvey he had known pedo personally for a couple of years and had been studied his life for many years so Peter. Mcintosh that people today as Peter. Tosh was one of the original group. The trio called the whalers which started as a larger group than a trio. Actually four five different members but eventually are known as the whalers. Bunny Peter and Bob and Peter grew up in Challenging circumstances in the capital city of Kingston Jamaica and made a reputation for himself that he would always have a smile and make contact with the women and touch them so even though his real name was Peter. Mcintosh she became known as Peter. Touch which then became Peter. Tosh and Peter was known for his guitar ability in fact. He maintains that he taught by Marlee how to play the guitar and made a guitar out of a Fish Pan at one point at about age. Five He was a champion of what he call heartbeat music. And it was his Contention that as heartbeat music. It was at the foundation of all music coming out of Africa and therefore the world and that he was a self appointed ambassador for heartbeat music. He was combative he was argumentative. He was beaten up by the police because he was a champion of herbal medicine. What he termed botanical agents. He spoke out against colonialism against imperialism against racism at the time of the eighties. When the channel was involved with Peter he was Producing an album called Mama Africa which he paid obeisance to Africans and Mama Africa as being such a creative Forest in his life and that album was released in December thirty first nineteen eighty-two and really is one of the great works of of his life where spoke out against corruption in high and low places he spoke about equal rights and justice and his whole life was devoted? Speaking out against the down pressures. Speaking for the sufferers people who've been forgotton and that the whole idea was to see yourself as an African and not a particular ethnicity. But that we're all Africans and that the ultimate goal of humanity is to free your mind. Ira Rust the fire. I live and maybe you could tell us about the new album. No Nuclear War and why? The album is live at la vindicated or dedicated Liba vacated not dedicated but located to the people of Japan and Africa is the lowest places where the first two places. In those times. 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"tosh" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"A look that always go bowling go yeah absolutely right you got you got a delivery you guys as into the mixture of like rock and horns as I am most times when I hear it especially a saxophone yeah I turn it off via yeah it music not just rock I like warns in in my Reagan name a song that has horns and reggae I mean yes I'm sure there anything by for like you be forty or any of that stuff right yeah I can't make it there I don't know it's a it's barely anything thank you for your if there was some Peter Tosh or something well I should really I've seen Peter Tosh I can't really say that the senator tanto Izzy I mean as far as I've seen Peter Tosh performance he I've never remember seeing orange there our camp yeah I do a lot one fifty eight brothers stays younger trumpets and go but if I here's saxophone in my traditional rock music LA like I guess is not traditional rock like on the going to would be considered tradition I mean added to my favorites are going going going mighty mighty Bosstones I love the mighty mighty Bosstones and I can't get out of them I do like the president idea what's or should I get yes their big yeah that's the impression that I get it do do doop do but no Mona that's a that's a catchy song says he had you know it gets to the point three three and a half minutes there you go I like to go to you know what else is good drinking song another drinking song that's that that's what my favorites jackknife to this one.
Beer money sign man sorry for old racist tweets
"It was a guy that held up a sign Elon college game day at Iowa asking for beer money. he put his Venlo account all right of it right pretty smart good and it turned into a money making bananas and over a million dollars to which the guy's name is Carson came yeah he decided that you know he he's not keeping the money he was going to donate the money but in all of this you know the sign said bush lite supply low send money right so bush bush beer got dragged into the plus god you know dragged into it not only drive but the but they offered to donate a ton of cash as well I am embarrassed and stunned to reflect on what I thought was funny when I was a sixteen year old kid and I want to sincerely apologize an apology from Carson king the twenty four year old called a press conference Tuesday night after were racially insensitive social media post he made eight years ago recently surfaced I was brought to my attention by reporter for the des Moines register and once you pointed out and I went back and looked at it I was. hello I was really upset with myself okay so guy holds up funny sign in college team game day people donate money I don't know why you would donate money with people dead a lot of million Bucks and he's like OK woman by myself a case of beer and then I want to donate a lot of the money to the children's hospital which is right by the field reporter at the des Moines register starts doing a profile piece who is this learn more about our person came the guy who will that the site yes research doing this profile piece on Kerr said answered digging into his past and goes back to two weeks no person right now twenty four years old. the reporter went back on his Twitter feed and solve some tweets he had sent when Carson was sixteen eight years ago these were tweets that were written when he was a high school the register described them as racist jokes one comparing black mothers to guerrillas another making light of black people being killed in the Holocaust. now Carson said that. he didn't even remember writing the tweets but he believes that the jokes were made when friends were watching comedy central's Tosh point now yeah. and I after was pointed out to him he was really upset at what he did he was embarrassed by it. we called this news conference yesterday to get out ahead of the profile that was going to be released later that evening Marty issue is based this is like a no good deed goes unpunished. what is the relevance of an eight year old tweet. to a guy who's donating a million dollars to charity because his little sign made on TV just how did we get to bat in are we going to hold everybody to the standard of the stupid thing that ever said or did do do you see what I'm saying I do like the guy is not running for president or governor of I what you know what I'm saying he's not even benefiting. of beer he got a case of beer either from the van mode donations now if he was going to hold on to the cash I'm shocked at all and you want to know the integrity of the person that you just donated money to or anybody getting yourself up that may be considering donating money to if he was personally benefiting beyond a case of beer then I could see the argument for hate just you know who you're donating to any up technically you are donating to him and he's choosing where that money goes but I think this whole cancel culture what we have in this country is becoming just too much well yeah I guess but let's look at this on balance. young man twenty twenty four. raises. entices people to give a million dollars gives it to charity other companies join in match this at any other were all going to do it congradulations and the response by a reporter at the des Moines register is Hey look what he tweeted eight years ago well like I just don't know how you got from one to the other yeah I in defense of the reporter the reporter was going back and just trying to build a profile it didn't appear as though this started off as a smear campaign against Carson I don't I I'm not I would not alleged and there are always conversations that take place in news rooms as to what is relevant what is still relevant to a story if for some reason the editorial decision with in the morning register was that it was part of the public good for people to know these
Can you run Mac OS on a Windows PC?
"Swansea. Massachusetts wants to know if he could do boot a windows ten machine and run MAC too. But I don't think you can't you're right. Because apple is so proprietary way they would let their software on a windows machine. But that's just that's just me. That's just me. She says Tim shafir teaming. You're right. I'm prime into takeover your Giga ten dollars coming your way. But, but there is another another side to the store that you are so good. I've done it can go the other way. Hi ray. Welcome to the show. I am. Well, thank you him. So it was Kim accurate. Is that what you're asking? Yes. That's what I'm asking. I don't laptop two thousand twelve MAC book pro that doesn't charge all the time. Every once in a while charges. I went to upgrade, but I do wanna spend the three thousand dollars. So prayed I bought smack book and stu- Acer slap top right lot. Lot of people do that very common. Okay. It's tie definition knowledge of it. Because it's half the price of apple hardware, pretty much the same, by the way, pretty much the same hardware. Here's the here's the problem. Apple doesn't sell MAC OS. It comes with a MAC, but they don't offer it, and there's no way to legitimately. And there's the underscore that legitimately to get it. There is something called a hacking Tosh. This is this would be a violation of Apple's a terms of service. But people do it all the time. The reason I don't recommend. It is. You could if you Google cintoss. You'll find ways to put it back on your on your face. But you can't do any updates because if you do chances are it'll get broken takes a lot of extra work. Most people you can easily put windows on a MAC because at Microsoft sells windows, standalone, MAC, harbors, basically, PC hardware, apple provides the drivers. They they don't mind if you wanna do that they allow do both dual booting and you can also use a virtual machine, but there's no way to get MAC OS. So the only way get MAC OS is to either own amac or know, somebody who does get the MAC OS from them. And then modify you have to do a lot of hacking around work. I will occasionally charge and I can turn on every once in a while. How old is he smack? I mean, you can always take. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. That's worth keeping going because Lesley until hasn't really changed much since two thousand twelve bring it to the apple store. The put a new battery in it. I did it's not the battery. They says. Nine hundred dollars to go. Forget about it. Well, I don't wanna do that. That's no, that's why I bought the other machine and not case, I probably better off buying a MAC mini. Yeah. And. Less than hundred bucks. Right. And then you could do windows on that actually mech minis are pretty good, you know, deal. They've released new ones or you could use windows, which isn't the end of the world.
Dr Pritish Tosh, Penicillin and Pope Francis discussed on Philip Teresi
"Pope Francis is telling newly ordained bishops they have to reject all forms of abuse and come together to fight a culture that has fueled a sex abuse and cover up scandal Francis meeting was seventy four new bishops from thirty four countries today.
Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in final months of 2017
"Will bring in our first Guest on. That momentarily but first on the WGN associated make market test. Futures are pointing toward a. Flat open again on Wall Street this morning with NASDAQ futures in the negative as we. Head toward the opening bell at eight thirty Chicago time Dow futures are up just twenty two points s. And p futures are up just two. Points just. A fraction and around the globe markets are generally. Higher in Europe with the footsie up almost a half a percent the Dax is up almost three quarters and the CAC is up more. Than a half a percent in France and Europe markets are. Generally mixed with. The Nikkei going to end the day, up about a half a percent the Hang Seng. Is lower the Shanghai is, lower each by about, a quarter, percent to a third respectively an oil is trading at sixty seven fifty, eight, a barrel which is. Down about fifty cents a couple stories that we're watching for you this. Morning new information on the number of accounts that have been suspended at. Twitter over the last quarter the fourth quarter of year we've, been reporting this week that Twitter has been removing bought Accounts and other fake accounts Twitter says it's now suspended at, least fifty eight million user accounts that happened in the final three months of two thousand seventeen. With a new accounts being suspended in the last couple of weeks as a matter of fact last week Twitter confirmed Washington. Post report that it had suspended seventy, million accounts in may and June the cavalcade of, suspensions has raised questions as to. Whether the crackdown could affect Twitter's user growth and whether the company should have warned investors, earlier the. Company has been struggling with. User growth compared to rivals like Instagram and Facebook Jay BS USA the US. Branch of the world's largest meat producer says it has suspended shipments from a pig farm where workers were shown hitting kicking and throwing pigs on undercover, video Colorado-based company says it made the decision based on an initial review of the mercy for, animals video at Tosh farms. Site in Simpson county Kentucky and will further investigate the allegations Video also, shows sows being held an individual metal pins a controversial but common practice Tennessee based Tosh farms has several action shown in the video violates policy and it will retrain its staff immediately. It's as a veterinarian found, no problems, at the, site one veterinarian visited there earlier in, this week employees of Cook County assessor. Joe Berrios used online real estate websites is a shortcut while trying to determine home values for taxing purposes this report from the Chicago Tribune is, a part of their ongoing investigation of the assessors office and how things are happening. There in terms of assessing the valuation of your property and coming up with taxes how dark is his city reporter Chicago Tribune one of the staff members they're one of the reporters. That has been covering all of this and he's with us this morning how let's start from the beginning what has your investigation there to, Tribune found yeah we did a links Series the tax divide series ran last year and this is sort of follow up to that what the series discovered was that the way they assess properties and that's how they determine how much. You paying property taxes in Cook, County favored, the wealthy at the expense, of the poor and other words outside chair of the property tax burden was pushed down to less. Affluent homeowners who of course can. You know typically have last year ability to? Pay, the taxes in it Dench more into. Their income share system but as part of that process we, sought certain documents related to a residential valuations and, also to commercial valuations. One had to do with handshakes when they change the assessment, Asher comes, out of the formula. And the other had to do with, China results for the commercial properties and what they. Might have changed in that process and they they denied that, request saying that it was a deliberative process it would it didn't it needed, to be protected but the court disagreed court said it was the final we we're entitled to them and appellate court recently again a lower. Court ruling and so what happened was they had had all the documents sealed daring the court case That. The Tribune filed and the court opened up those documents so, we get, a little bit Of a peak at What the process was because there were two depositions from the folks that headed up the,.
Prime Minister, Amazon and Brian Crutcher discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson
"The, latest the latest whatever you wanna call it from Elon Musk voice his board attempted. To remove him you'll remember recently but he, has the, majority of the shares so that was blocked but they said you have, to focus on the business at hand And That's that's the latest there on the tesla. Board, meanwhile Texas Instruments, says dumped CEO Brian Crutcher for personal misconduct less than two months after he took over the job ruining the chipmaker's hopes for a smooth transition to new. Leadership critter. Resigned Tuesday after TI's board determined violated the companies code of conduct with behavior of the company, said wasn't consistent with its ethics and core values at TI emphasized, critters transgression wasn't related to its operations or finances of the people comes just a few weeks after rival chipmaker Intel. Replaced it's CEO Brian Crasnick for violating its code of conduct or Amazon poked fun at its early. Glitches it saw Tuesday with its prime, day. Though it said shoppers still found plenty to buy. Analysts meanwhile saw other. Things Amazon could have done, better like, discounting more fashion brands and taking more advantage of its acquisition of whole. Foods still sales were up despite the. Glitches we will check in later in the show with af en tech contributor Clarke. Reed British Prime Minister Theresa may facing down more. Rebellion, over her plans for the country's exit from the European Union lawmakers on Tuesday narrowly rejected a measure that could have kept Britain in a customs union with the Twenty-eight nation. Block this. Time though it was pro e u lawmakers from both May's conservative party and the opposition labor, party you tried to derailed the prime minister's plans for post Brexit, trade relations they attempted to force through legislation that would have required Britain to join a European customs union if it. Failed to negotiate a quote friction list frayed tree area for goods which two months before and it. Comes two months before the country leaves, the. EU next year the house of Commons defeated that. Measure that victory was. The second for may in, as many, days and j b s USA the US branch of the world's largest. Producer says it suspended shipments from pig. Farm where workers were showing hitting kicking and throwing pigs on undercover video Oh the Colorado, based company said it made the decision, based on an initial. Review of the mercy for animals video at a toss farm site in. Simpson county Kentucky the company says it will investigate the allegations Ted Tennessee based Tosh farms has several. Actions shown in the video violate policy and it will retrain its staff immediately more breaking news on the way on.
Carly Hallam, Daniel Tosh’s Wife: 5 Fast Facts You Need To Know
"Skip some more hang with me you're with the neighbors too much yeah you're turns me off it turns me off mac your gut check yeah it turns me off definitely not turn you off their guilt tripping me there shaming me into spending time with my with my son or daughter and then i'm supposed to make them happy by bringing them to dairy queen i don't think that it's really good the blizzards good the oreo one but i don't have to be shamed oh man i'll tell you i mean do you like it do you do you think it's too much time at work you spend too much time with other people you got to spend time with me is it true though aren't we on our cellphones too much i am not okay i'm one of the only parents who is not on their cell phone too much no escape with their cell phone i mean you know everybody's guilty of it but there are parents that are always on their cell very true always they go home always on the cell and the kids are like what are you doing right and mom and dad don't even hear it because they're on facebook so dairy queen polite they pulled it because of reaction yes people do not like it the it premiered a few days ago it only stayed around for four days and it disappeared from all platforms good social media good you didn't like no i did i don't shame me into why don't you get off your phone now with my kids it's mac and gaydos check check in a store you have not seen daniel tosh very successful comedian to point out tosh point oh tosh two point zero right just came out he's been married for over two years and nobody knew he got married april fifteenth two thousand sixteen at an incredibly private ceremony in malibu your gut check have you ever known anyone who secretly got married and didn't tell anybody and how long did the marriage last i do i do know one person and he's probably listening right now so i just call them out j the firefighter he's one of those guys he's one of our best friends but he doesn't tell anybody what's going on in his life okay but did loyd hide it i had not necessarily heidi putting intel anybody okay so i find out you know i go to a function where all the friends what's so what's going on oh i got married what do you mean you got married the next time i saw hey what's going on just had a kid all for crying out loud wanted utech somebody wanted to tell people how long was he married before you found out six months six months that yeah and then like a year and a half later so i've seen it in the right we ever came up and then the you know one of the next hey what are you up to have you ever taken care of the baby baby have you seen in the picture have you ever seen for the okay okay i mean some people just want to keep it quiet even to their best friends right why do because it it begs the question what are you hiding i mean tasha his wife is very good looking very talented she's a comedy writer for a number of different series but why would he hide it for two years i don't know if he was hiding it i mean if you don't know does that mean you're hiding it i mean does he have to come out with the press release i don't give a crap at the guy's married or not who cares he did come out of the press came out with a press release the beat somebody else but i'm like why would you hide that that's weird i got ya brought to you by the joint chiropractic zero copays zero appointments zero hassles the joint chiropractic.