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"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:12 min | 5 months ago

"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Trueba keeping all options on the table on the table, baby, But when did you start working with it was February of 2012. Okay, so like over nine years God, That's That's nuts. It's almost like I realize you're not a kid when your early twenties. You're not a kid like a kid, though, But right, So you use that in a corny way, But it was like you were a kid. It's like you kind of like, grew up with us and Yeah. We were not making this decision. Neither was Joe. But management decided Tonto try toe. Just kind of shake things up a little experimentation and somebody that we have worked with before. When you have been off is coming over with us. And you're going where she was kindly more is going to be joining us. But you're gonna be moving over to the Dennis and Judy show. Yes, and this starts on Monday and I said, I just I wanted Tonto. Wanted to just talk to you because it's like, I can't. I can't not acknowledge this after we've been like so close for nine years, and I don't not like almost almost like almost a decade. That's crazy. Remember one of the first things you said to us when this is back when EJ was in charge, And you remember you and I were sitting in the conference room when we had tol I mean, He was gonna have the job. I mean, it was really just kind of like to introduce. But Joe is feeling like, Oh, we're going to be the deciding factors. We weren't It was EJ. It was EJ call, But you remember what Joe said to us? I do not. Do you remember your selling point Now? He chose to go home and get our sandbox. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, he got no. That was about the fort. That was like the third week on the job. No, you're standing there and you go. So, Yeah, like I'm a big sports guy. And, you know, I love baseball and most of her Springsteen fan and you knew the show Well enough, So? So you're like, Yes. So, like, you know, Bill, you and I can, you know, like Bond over sports. And Jeff, you and I could bond over music would be perfect like he was, like, totally distorted And that was prepared. And that's what happened to you. Yeah, every day. Since then, we've talked about baseball. Yeah, and very often at least one day a week. You and I get go deep down some music rabbit hole and you're showing me stuff I never heard. All the time making playlists and, like creepy music is always great. Remember when you did your creepy playlist radio still get people sending me suggestions for it from the You're serious? Yeah, dude. Yeah. Yeah, Yeah, it's after I started with you guys. You guys have your drink. You had me drink a gallon of milk on the air, and I didn't throw out. I remember that fast that happened. Are you now? I do remember that, but I had. No, it was two weeks. Are you kidding? They started and then I was leaving for Florida on a Friday and everyone was in like a whimsical mood. So you're like I, Joe, We're gonna try this before you go. And then you're going to see if you can make it to Florida with a full stomach of milk. I can't believe that that was cruel. It's fine. I didn't throw up either. Well, yeah. Which they say they say it's physically impossible to not but yet you never did. Is that because was it not whole milk? Do we get 2% without those whole milk? All right. Wasn't whole milk. I'm not sure I'm thinking it was 2%. I don't think so. I'm not doing well, You know, we have him in Seoul seven. I think I think we should write a 7 11. Hey, maybe we should. Maybe we should close this out. As we started working another job tonight. He said, are you sorry brothers cramp? Oh, my God. Um And you know, I want to say something sincerely. And this is gonna be corny, So I can't I have to stay with this piece of paper in front of me. I cannot look at you while they say this. Um You did something working with you that no one else has ever done before. And I'm glad you did it, and I can't even remember what it was about. But let me preface this by saying I have Had a weird childhood, and I have always been an extremely anxious person. And pretty high strung and I have always taken work very seriously get very passionate about this and I can be and I could be too particular. But I don't think I ever even told you this that For years. I've been on anti anxiety medication. Okay. For years, I have been on anti anxiety medication to this day and You and I had a disagreement early on about something for the life of me. I can't remember what it was and I overreacted, and I Went out. So you were outside trying to cool off and I went outside to apologize to you. And You let me have it. Did I? Yes, and I and I appreciated it. And nobody else ever really did this, But you had balls and I was out there all ready to admit I was wrong. But you let me have it. But you said it in a way and I won't talk about what you said. But you said it in a way I have never for gotten. Ever. Mm. And Yeah, I know This is weird. I know. I can't even can't look at you. But Knowing you and working with you and you challenging very fat. It's made me a better person. Oh, thank you know seriously and working with you. You better you better seriously. Maybe better on the air off the air in my personal life, everything Your personal life was just about that Damn cat again. Look, we know you hate the cat. Okay? You hate the cat. Um, actually, I mean, we've got to take a break, but I made a list. That I want to share with you and see how many of these you remember I made a list of my top 10 Jovi moments. That will be interesting. Yeah. Now I am leaving a lot out. This is just like off the top of my head. But on the other side of the break, would you share these memories with me? Yeah, right. And I'm saying this is if like, I mean, we're going to see each other every day, and when either one of us is off, he's gonna be the main fill in almost weirder. I know it's weird. It's like you're going, but you're not going to like your hours or shifting. We're still gonna pop Please. Any time you want to just pop in, and I'm gonna pop in, like Kramer, six, right, Seriously, please do that. Alright, so stick around. I'll give you the top that I will look forward to hearing that coming up after the break, are you? Hey, Are you ready to downsize? Well, rob the can ski of re Max. First advantage is there for you at least decided it was time to downsize from her home in Edison and connected with Rob and his team. She was on her way quickly with rob Superior marketing at work. There were 58 showings and multiple offers in on Lee. Two weeks on the market that house sold for 485. That was 10,100 bucks over this price, a little extra money no doubt made that search.

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"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:48 min | 9 months ago

"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"802 4756 to 6 advertised rates available for the Penn Fed car Buying service to receive any advertised product has become a member of benefit insurgency away Time. 308 Now New Jersey one of 1.5 Instant wedding The next storm system to impact. The U. S. East Coast will come along on Friday. But we're not fairly confident it'll pass about 200 miles south of New Jersey, so we're keeping rain and snow out of the forecast. For now. Just clouds tonight will be mostly cloudy across the state. Low temperatures bottom at around 30, a light freeze tomorrow, becoming mostly sunny. And breezy up to 20 Miles an hour heist tomorrow in the lower forties, jumping into the mid forties on Thursday with more sunshine. There you go Thursday. Our nicest and warmest day of the week on Friday, clouds return and were cooling down again. Highs Friday. Lower forties from the Edison heating and cooling weather Desk. I'm chief meteorologist Dan Zero. New Jersey weather brought to you by Iris restoration First in disaster recovery and environmental solutions, IRAs, certified experts performed firewater and mold restoration services. For schools, municipalities and commercial property owners visit iris Dash restoration dot com To learn more Summit 40 degrees Willingboro 41 home del 40. Download our mobile app for breaking traffic. Whether a news alerts sent to your smartphone it's free from New Jersey. One a 1.5, New Jersey, one on 1.5 our own radio station, New York, Not Philadelphia, Proud to be New Jersey. You want one boy? Dollars each time. Time is 309 Devinsky into Doyle on Bill Doyle know Jeff Tyminski. Today's He is under the weather in his place, Ladies and gentleman, Jumbo Trueba. Hello, Joe Trueba pinch hitting for Jeff Tyminski today, and no, Jeff did not have Kobe. Want any rumors starting. He's just not feeling well, you know, But now.

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"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:30 min | 9 months ago

"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Like the very first thing I did was walk right over there and it Z. Studios in this Mm. No, there were nice studios. They were. Well, It's funny. You say that because the TV side of everything got all the Sony money and they got a bunch of fancy new stuff on the radio side was fine. But the board the control boys were nice. It was the same one that we used to have here. And it was. It was perfectly great. For what? We needed it to me. So worked out. Well, I think I hear you're on radio. Here. I am and stuck with you. And you're stuck with me the way it should be All right, so over the break Was putting together some Christmas playlist. Yeah, you were What do you mean? It's Christmas. Music is fine, like on Christmas, but it was like constant cause. And since you were off normally, I have that house almost all to myself. When when you're working because we work at different times. I work at night with Steve, you work here at this time. And with your home, It's pretty much just constant, constant music Christmas music on blast the entire time. What's wrong with that? Put you in the Christmas spirit, How they're they're not that different. I do. I only know he's different. I have playlist from the moat. Everything from the Motown Christmas to the Vienna Boys Choir. Cool. What? Vienna Boys Choir. That's what I was like. Well, well, one the only Christmas song I need is all I want for Christmas. Is you sung by Joe? That's all that matters to me. Speaking of Joe Ladies and gentleman, Joe Vote Trueba. Hello, Joe. Hello there, Joe. During the break. I was putting down the Christmas play lists, and I do that via iTunes. And I have like 13,000 songs, which I thought was a lot. But that reminded me. Didn't want time. You make up some roots number of songs you had, like 50,000 or something. Why did make it up? I counted them. How did you count individually? Well, if you go to the at least in one of the older versions of iTunes well to the bottom, and we just haven't tells you that would say it even sorted by how many songs and I like how many hours it would take to get through the whole thing? You're right. It did do that. Uh, So what if he still does that? How did you get 50,000 songs? How much did you pay for? Not all of them, but but I would say you joking, but most of them, I would say were Were purchased. They were mostly CD rips. I even had my old friend of mine that I grew up with his dad. Let me this thing where you could actually rip. Music off of vinyl to Whoa, it didn't the Yeah, quality was not as great as you would hope. It was just the same as if you were ripping a CD. But for all the vinyl that I have, or had It was great because it would just go right into and it would catalog in itself and all that. Now, do you listen to your curated lists, or do you listen to streaming music? I've migrated over to streaming, but I Created a playlist on my Spotify that has my like my favorite songs from my old iTunes library. Wanted. Just listen to iTunes then because I just want to use it all. I just want one device. I don't need it. I don't want the iPod and then I phone you can't you put Alluded music. ITunes onto your phone anymore because they're trying to make you just the streaming and I've given in apple music and whatnot. Yeah, yeah, that That's what happened to me. It became such a hassle. One day I woke up and I just like updated my iTunes like normal and like half of my media, it's and it's things too, because because it's your music, and now they're like, Oh, well, you can't listen to your own music. Now. It's just kind of like you have to rent our music You pay to be able to listen to our music if you so desire. Yeah. It's Yeah, That's why because I have it up here from the Ara streaming music paid subscription music accounted for $5.9 billion in revenue and made up 53.4% of total revenue of 11.1 billion across all formats, 2019 It's huge, and it's it's it's the way to go. It's probably even more so this year because everyone's just home listening to music all day. I'm sure it's going up significant. Yes, you can't you can't transfer music anymore. It was. I don't know what I have all of it all My laptop like my iTunes has all the music I had. But I would open up my apple music on my phone. It would say not available in this country or region. It just wouldn't be there anymore. It was such a hassle. Thank God my girlfriend. Lauren's family is so incredible and they have an Amazon music plan because I there's family plan because they let me hop on that and let me tell you I went from totally legally allegedly ripping YouTube you RL's and downloading those MP three files and putting them on my computer. Then on my phone, just being able to click, add with the button. Still, it's great. It's great. It's so easy. It's I have so much more music now than I did back then, because back then I had to either really like a song or really want to get to know a band that I didn't out actually pay for because I would pay for the band's I supported on would buy their musical I wanted. But if I was just testing out a song or because I wouldn't put too many is like the top 40 pop hits on my phone, either. Because it was just so much of a hassle. I like it that much. But now you're kidding me ill at every song. I think I know because it's so easy like I'll drive home from work. Sometimes I listen to an album that I haven't heard before. Then while I'm driving, If I like the song, just click add announced there forever. It's perfect. I need see. I don't want them. I don't know. I want my own music. Do you still have your own muse? Oh, you wanna like physically only the music yourself Well, I mean, they're digital downloads, but I still want my music. I want my playlist that have taken years to put together. I want like Joe was talking about ripping CDs. I might have been doing that for decades or I'm kind of kind of compromised on that, because it just like Sam said. They make it so difficult for you to keep doing that, especially with the like equipment that they give you like with the iPhone and stuff. That you can still make these great curated playlists and you can share them with people issues that it has to come from them like you have to select it off. There's a monthly fee is in there. Yeah. Like, why should I pay to get what I can already get from my music? Because you have every you want. I could put you on my apple music plan and they could stick it to the man. I don't know. I don't want to stick it to the man. I don't want to stream and I just want to play it off my phone. So I want the music I grew up with. I want the music I left. I want to be with my dad. I want the music that I purchased. Also my compromise now Is I will give in to these streaming services. But now I try to buy one..

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"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:25 min | 11 months ago

"trueba" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Way have Joe in here Now, ladies and gentleman, Joe Trueba. Our next guest is our producer. Jova. True, Bob. So you went to a wedding? Yes. Did you catch the Mass? Keeney when they throw? Jeez, No. So you went to a wedding? In the era of Cove it and this was only a few weeks ago. September early September, All right, not even quite two months ago, Okay? Wasn't in New Jersey. Yes. In Morristown. All right. How many people in What was this? Like thermometers at the door. It's so weird the way that he would think to ask anybody this yet the ceremony took place in like, Ah, what's it look like a greenhouse. Like it was like it was a lot of open windows and stuff. Okay, was technically inside it was open air and then with him today have walls. Glass walls. This literally was a greenhouse. I don't know if we I don't think it was a greenhouse. But it reminded me of agreed. Was it on a farm? What was? No. Is that a hotel? Hotel. You set this up temporarily. Or was this part of the same kind of look like a temporary setup? Yeah, OK, but was Mohr than just a canopy? An attempt. All right. Okay. Well, the canopy in the tent was for the reception. Which they also had to cut down the guest list by a lot there. Only maybe, like 45 people there. Wow, it was. I was actually kind of awesome because there was it wasn't overcrowded. And it was really more about like the conversation and something was it considered indoor or outdoor. Don't you even know? I mean, I know you were only a guest. They think it was considered outdoor. It was considered out there. That may have been different. Even when we were in the In whatever that structure was for the ceremony, everyone that was in there had to wear a mask. What about at the reception and the other structure whenever you want? Whenever you left the table, you have to wear a mask. Okay. Now was there dancing? Some, But there were like the people weren't really big dancers that then seemed like there was a belly dancer, and she wasn't wearing a mask. Wait. What? Yeah, He had a belly dancer as part of the entertainment. Yeah, Really? Yeah, She's uh yeah. She was running around with, like wings and stuff. It was crazy. Did you dance? Idea's a little Did you wear your mask? Did everybody wear a mask when they were there? Yeah, but then I got tired, Really, like easily because you can't breathe right now, Like I just felt like my breathing was different. That was a little too hot, right? Yeah, right. Ah, And nobody said anything about the social distancing about not dancing at the venue means that anything you had your your typical, you know. People that they have to make a comment about every thing that have Tio because I mean the venue itself, like the workers didn't say You're not technically supposed to dance paper? No, they were great. Well, you know what they just enforce that you couldn't During cocktail hour is like the little buffet. You were not allowed to touch the food. They have to get the food for you and some people try to touch the food creatures of habit, I guess. Yeah. So weird. Yeah, a wedding during 2020. So we're always and I'm kind of. I mean, it kind of worked out great for me because I was supposed to have Eat weddings in September, and I only had one so he would've been broke. Yeah. So I consider that a victory next go out. All right. Well, what about you? Do you know anybody who had to either, you know, drop, cancel, postpone or drastically change their wedding plans. 1 800 to 8311.5, Ray and vinyl and you were in New Jersey. One of 1.5 guys going all right, Ray. Okay, So wait. We plan in January to get married in November. November, 8th Right after my mom or my cousin's got married and we made our plans then and then, of course, this whole year spiraled out of control. I have a pretty big family. Um, it's all based on Mercer County, so we're going to get married and Mercer Even though I'm from Virginia, which, ironically, if we had the wedding there we probably could've had IX is the rules are more relaxed there. Ah, but because my families are on their account, So you postponed to get married there? Yeah, we got you. Hardest, You know, which is the typical three months. You send the final invitation? Yeah, RCP and everything and saying how things were going here with Myrtle and restrictions like, Yeah, it's not gonna happen this year. Our venue has a 50 per cent limit for doing any wedding, so they're not doing anything right now until they razed that limit to 50%. So even if we wanted to, we could not have it now is the venue working on about this? Yeah, they were ableto reschedule it for next October. Oh, almost a whole year out. But, hey, I mean, at least it'll be more what you want, right? Hopefully, it's interesting in this whole year has been a giant mask because, you know it's not just Cove it back in. May, my mom got sick, and she's been really incapacitated since then. So she probably won't be able to attend in her current state anyway, so hopefully maybe, you know. Ah, a year it out. Maybe she'll be able to attend by then if she recovers enough, But she couldn't even attend. Right now, if we had it now. Yeah, and they're hanging on to all the money whatever deposits Yeah, They're hanging onto all that way and had to make any other payments since we postponed it, So they're just going away until you know we get closer to it before we have to do any more paying. Yeah, hopefully be 100% capacity. Alright. Hey, Wraith. Good luck to you. Thanks for your coming. Ah, look at that. We have back to back. Raise another ray in maple Shade. Your new jersey 11.5. Hey, how you doing? Hey, my son. Was those get married in September, but we had to cancel it. We were gonna have like 150. People at the venue only held 2 50. Today. Put it down to 65. Yeah, you don't realize is that includes the band that we're having with just five people. Our priest. Retarded burn. His assistants were down in the fifties. Yeah, yeah, not song And we're also going to the ball say because you know what I say. So I'm sorry. Was it canceled or postponed? Did they pick another date? Yes, next September. Got you. How long have they been planning this whole year off? Yeah. But 25% it a little to see me because it also includes everyone at the venue. How long had they been planning their wedding? I wanna over here. Oh, man. Yeah. And you want to have kids right away. So now is fiance don't want to do that yet? Because we're not married yet. So, yeah, it's longer. I gotta wait for grandkids. Ah, hang in there. A Yeah, Yeah, Your total. Yeah. You're definitely not alone. Totally not alone. All right? Well, we wantto we want to hear other people's stories. If you had to. Completely dropped plans of getting married this year. If you know anybody who had to, even if you went through with it, but it had to be drastically altered. What was the wedding like? If you did go through with it, 1 800 to 831 A 1.5 New Jersey morning started with Bill Spadea on.

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"trueba" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"trueba" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"Connection and some relief to the parents because this next, this fall semester is going to be very, very challenging. I could a whole podcast on on that I. I was very, very difficult and. It's kind of funny. One of the things I've noticed when people are like, hey, how's it going? I'm like I don't know what? Life is weird but we're figuring it out. One of the other things that I noticed we have a couple of mutual friends and I saw. I saw Dexter Fowler Post us in support. Of the girl scouts he donated a thousand dollars at because he's always talked about what a great and he's you know Saint Louis Cardinal He lives here in Los Vegas and he always talks about what he's a girl dad. He loves his girls and I'm so curious when I saw that post, I'm like, what is that? What's what's going on? You're going out to girl dads and we need you to tell me a little bit about that because I know very little right now. So we so I mentioned earlier in the conversation that I had made some phone calls to girls, graduate them and I learned a lot from those calls and then our membership team reached out and did help checks while? With leaders and volunteers and what we took away where. We understood it in our community here in southern Nevada the pandemic has had severe Negative Effects, with being primarily tourist destination, many people have lost their jobs or have been furloughed and so. They just have other stresses. So what we decided as a council was to invest in the girls and we started a campaign better together and we're we extended the gift of membership to every current girl scout and their parents or Golan tear. And the council invested money to pay for that. And that was about one, hundred, fifty, thousand, and so then we started a campaign strongman support strong winner to help. Underwrite. Paying for those memberships and Many people many men in our community has stepped up and said absolutely I either have girls or I know people who have girls in girl scouting is important to them and I've heard more now from our. Adult membership that? Thank goodness they had girl scouts because they didn't have their sports they didn't have school. They didn't have other activities but girl scouts whether they were meeting a person or not were still a sense of community and a sense of family and a sense of sisterhood for their girls that was meant so much even though they weren't able to be together just knowing that they had a group that was still there and not. An had gone away. was very important to the well the wellbeing of the young girl. So we thought it was important to invest in our membership. That way on is it was an investment, but it's something that. Our community has always supported us on was making sure that our girls had girl scouts that's what they wanted, and so that's what we're doing. We're we we have a campaign that we're currently And we just recently launched and Dexter Fowler one of them that supported along Shane. Victorino and on our president and many men in our community have stepped up and we're working on that getting the message out and we're going to underwrite the the the gift of membership. I I, love the. Important. So valuable for them to feel like they have a sense of belonging right now and whether or not you're currently girl scout or you have kids in your life like I think. What you're, you're doing because I'm watching it from the viewpoint of a mother like I've been involved with scouts as a supporter. A decade back giving because I knew the stats I became involved because of my daughter. Because I knew that it would be good for her I worked with a client who was a big supporter of girl. Scouts in my former. Career and I think. What I saw more than anything was such confidence and poise and a healthful relationship with self within the girls that I've seen that are affected by by girl scouts and Watching my my daughter and how this pandemic has affected her own. She tells me she's like I'm lonely. You know this is a very. It's a very sad time. I miss my friends. This isn't normal and you can explain what's happening to a child but that doesn't mean that they fully grasp. It is like I understand what you're telling me but it's very confusing for a kid because life has always looked like this and now and then she makes current virus his name is Bob. Corona. And Bob? Corona. showed up and she wanted to kick him out and so it's just it's really it's really Heartening to hear their organizations that are trying to put together connection or virtual programming, you know you guys have talked about doing virtual camp different things to engage with these kids. Not only for their mental and emotional health. But also gives you an opportunity to kind of like you said with each conversation you see a little bit more. You know a little bit more and that could be helpful for some of those families who are struggling right now. Yes absolutely. Now, we have our virtual campus called Campeche Camp I love that as and at the patch is awesome. It's this little cell phone with a a window like zoom window with all these little faces off Wei Larry. Fake Fire and Chance Because yes there and we had A. A great southern Nevada campout. So, our team is finding very creative ways to engage the community and that was a huge success. We had over four hundred families sign up, and we we had a family from Australia and we had some families other states that joined in and it was a two and a half hour campout and we throughout the two and a half hours we have little twenty minute activities. So different staff members, different community partners did their little twenty minute activity. We had the astrological society do little session. I had one of our staff to at baking session in our kitchen at the council and. So it was re engaging it was on facebook live. So we weren't in person but families got to participate they built forts living room or they pitched their tent in their backyard. Again, I'm not really creative and it was just really fun it was. China find ways. you know the overused word pivot you know to pivot things to positive because we're again, I keep telling this team. Let's let's let's focus on positives. Let's turn negatives into positives and I I when there is change like this, there's opportunity. So let's find those opportunities. Now let's there might be. I believe that there's quite a few girls that especially when they get older, they have a lot of activities going on. So having somebody virtual may allow them to stay longer and and have that support where they were probably struggling on Gush. How can I get to that meeting and you know how do these two things it's happening time so I think that it provides a little bit more flexibility for the older girls. It's the younger ones like you mentioned don't completely understand an isolation is a a real challenge is a real. It's been so painful to watch in in our home and the conversations are daily. So. I definitely I. Think if anyone's listening whether if you live in southern Nevada, we'd love to see you supercross cuts southern Nevada but we're no matter where you.

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"trueba" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

Gold with Jeanette Schneider

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"trueba" Discussed on Gold with Jeanette Schneider

"That's well, it's two questions because I remember when I worked in corporate America and this is when my relationship with girl scouts began because I was actually I sat on the foundation. For Our community and I gave out a lot of money and they used to refer to me as the bleeding hearts. But I had stats. I have a big heart and I had stats nine nerd and I'm a lover at the same time. So I would sit there and I would make my argument. And I always argued four. Supporting Girl Scouts because I also knew that. The girls had a better trajectory. And I can't remember I. Remember it was like something ridiculous like eighty, six percent of girl scouts get a college degree and this many do this and this many and if I'm not mistaken aren't quite a few of our congresswoman girl scouts, they are they are. So I have a few stats. So all female US secretaries of state. Girl Scout loans seventy one percent of female us. Senators are girl Scout alums fifty nine percent of women currently serving in one hundred sixteen congress girl scout alarm and fifty three percent female entrepreneurs and business owners are girl scout alums and many of them attribute their experience with the pro, the product program Girl As their first entrepreneurial experience and. Know that so well. Olivia, which is no joke. Like high called her Hashtag Cookie Hustler because she was like, she literally got a she was always confident but she's a little more introverted and we would get out and I took her to my office and she'd walk up to people and she'd memorize ingredients on the boxes. And shoot walk up and instead of being like high girl scout would you like to support my troop? She walk up and she's like so this is what I have. I have a thin mint chocolate wafer with this and I have an. Avid this this is what they are. How many would you like and every single person is would go. Look at me and I'm like I don't I don't know what to tell you. I don't think people realize that the cookie program or the selling cookies is so much more. Than the young girl I mean, there are there are life skills that they learn, and so the one that you just mentioned about understanding ingredients says, now that sales, it's understanding your product but what I love about the the program. Is. Tangible He. So it's something that's real that these young girls between the ages of. will from kindergarten to their senior in high school five to seventeen years old they're learning. The different levels, those skills of. Sales and marketing and financial management and and just the. Taking rejection know how do you take no and I think you often hear we all learned from. What people like to say failure. If you don't feel you don't learn you have to pick yourself back up and this is a wonderful program for the girls to to understand but it does take work. It does take setting goals and you have to you have to persevere. It's you learn perseverance you build your courage and your character, and there's they get more knows and they get yeses and that's building that that. Character understand keep going like you can't give up when you when you get a No. Don't give up doesn't mean you're getting no, don't do it. You keep doing the wrong thing, but it's not like because you have the capacity to do what you want, and that's the key. That's the key here is teaching our children and in girl scouts are are girls in our community they can do anything and. Is also important for the parent or the caregiver or men in their lives. So you can do anything as a young girl you can do anything. But. What's funny is I actually brought some people to an event one time and they were watching the girl scouts speak and they were all looking at me like these girls are confident and I'm like, Oh, I know. But here's here's the big question right now everyone's like we're looking at possible future lockdowns additional lockdowns people are struggling to get their kids to school. No matter what you believe like we all want our kids to have socialization, but it may not be safe right now. So How are you combating that? Because we have incidences of more child abuse going unreported we've got like kids need support right now, but they don't really have a whole lot of access to it. So right now, what are you guys doing to make sure that they're getting the support that they need? It is a difficult tyne and the one thing. We, we're working hard to reach as many girls and provide a connection in the best way and safest way possible for the girls I'd like to think we can reach everybody that is a challenge because it does you know depending upon. Access to devices you know the age of the child you need assistance or not. So that's where the troop leaders come in and are a big help as mentors and other people in our community. An although Girl Scouts can meet and small groups now but then again like you said that the change so we've been supporting the troop leaders and doing zoom virtual meetings. It doesn't replace and person We all know that it does not replace in person and frankly as parents were all concerned about all this virtual Children are connected with technology like they know more than we know when we're being overly concerned about them connecting with their friends but you you can't be personable actually many of them don't mind it right now because that is their lights that they've got their you know connection virtually it communicate text message and I'm not saying that should take the place one, hundred percent I'm hoping we work through this and It, our our girls and our community need to have that social in person interaction and I hope it can happen sooner than later but were providing from a council perspective virtual experiences Badge in the box, which is a program where girls can earn their badges independently while they're if they're troupe is not meeting, it can be ordered through the council. We're continuing with our calendar of events and just really encourage everyone, which is pay when girls are in troops that are really active. They have this girl lead. So the girls pick what they WANNA do and and the troops that are very active have their year. Planned out and have. Used Zoom rises from the council or their own to have troop meetings. But we are a resource for the girls and will continue to do that and build on that and provide opportunities to eat the girls connected until they can meet in person and provide that support. But you're right a lot of things aren't being caught because the. School is a safe haven for so many children and. What I can tell you is it girl scouts working with other nations in our community because we want to be part of the solution. I'm especially with school being one hundred percent virtual. We want to be part of that solution to help the parents. We don't know what that looks like exactly right now. 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"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"Really wanted to make this switch into something different something new and advice for somebody who is looking to do something like that to make a change regardless of where they are in their life How do they go about doing that. So i know my advice would be. Don't wait really do not wait too. Long i mean. I am loyal to a fault loyalties important. I've i've loyal. And i stayed for a very long time because i looked at my team as my my children and my family and i put my needs on the back burner so speaking from my own experience if someone feels like there's more growth and and they're looking for something different and they're not getting it where they are then be bold. You know Engage your Personal board of directors. And what i mean by that is your most. You know. Closest friends family And put a plan together to get there and don't be don't don't think about it too much. I mean. put your plan together. Move on it if it doesn't work shift it's about that it's about not wasting time. I mean time is a very valuable. it's time is valuable and we don't get more of it. We do not get more of it it it. We get busier and busier and busier. The older we get and the more that we do. Because it's the smarter we get and the more experienced we've become we're doing more and we can make a bigger difference so he keep doing more so just put a plan together. Set those goals and go for it. don't wait exit advice. Yeah and when you're young. I told people that i interviewed and and young professionals that worked with us. you know. Learn everything you possibly can if you if you have a job and you have a set of responsibilities. Make sure you're meeting those and then invest your own time and doing more for others to learn because you you're gonna set goals to achieve more and have more responsibility you've got to take the initiative to learn on your own to do that and reach out you're gonna find people who want to mentor. Who want to give you those opportunities. So go for it and commit your time to that. Because i is always said to people you work hard in your twenties. You assimilate in your thirties you balance in your forty s and then in your fifties. You're giving back and working hard again. I'm working hard. I can't believe being so much for coming into thank you in a pleasure. Thank you very much for having me. This has been great..

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"And i mean it's i mean it's there and girls are more apt to partake in activities and explore new things when they're with girls when they're with boys not so much and so there's a drop off of girls. Girls aren't interested in math and science up until sixth grade. And then there's a drop around seventh grade when the boys start to take front and center on math and science and so there's this perception and girls will take a step back and not be as involved And so those are the. Those are the components that we see. We use those statistics and And provide those safe environments. I mean safe. Is you know. I guess some people think safe. What does that mean like. It's dangerous elsewhere. No it's just an environment that the girls can can try new things and not be embarrassed. You know not be embarrassed and be supported by others and other girls and you know when girls cheer girls on it's like magical and so there's no competition of like which guy or which boys watching because they like so and so and there's no taking sides and and that's that's just really important so boys boy scouts is taking girls But i do believe that for children. It's there's no all-girl environments and there's no all environments here in las vegas. So i like the idea of having boys have their boys and girls have their girls and being able to do things you know in their specific group and because the rest of life were all together and we teach diversity inclusion. But that doesn't mean like we're it's not about excluding i mean if there's For girl scouts of anybody who identifies as a girl girl scouts. No i think the restrictions are a little bit more perhaps in boy scouts. I think they're trying to change things. And i think that's good because really diversity inclusion. We're taking the next step into our future and there should be opportunity for all young. I have lots of similar conversations. Because as i mentioned before we have a women's retreat and the reason why i do that is because there is a need for it. There continues to be a need for it. Women want to be together. They want to experience things together. And much of what you described is what happens in our environment. Women can try new things and not feel You know not taken wrong or judged or or hold back because there are other people around. And i think there's a lot to be said for that if women are still feeling that way around and this isn't it's meant to be male bashing or anything like that but it's it's there it's definitely prevalent a same with with men. I think men enjoy going out and spending time together. Also you've boys trips or the boy scouts or anything like that so there certainly is in the a lot of plus sides and it'll just be interesting to see what happens. Ios time moves on it will be it will be and and i think it just makes like you said if if men have their time together and women have their time together when you come together as men and women it's so much stronger it's more enriching users things to share You know i just had this one one. We spent one night in april. And one i am may up at our new property. And alamo was a gift. We received in december and it's a bed and breakfast with seventy acres of land that needs to be developed. And we're hoping to raise money to develop it into a camp but i took female ceos of nonprofits up for two different trips. And we had a sleepover and the information we shared was just priceless..

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"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"Community opportunities that girl scouts can provide for different organizations and so our fundraising supported that are fundraising. Also supported. staff led troops in Title one schools so he have like we have a couple of troops that are more than twenty girls that are led by our staff as well as teachers and those girls like would rather come to our vets and go to school. So we're trying to work on. You know shifting that because those those leaders say look if you wanna volunteer at seven. Am on saturday morning. I want you to be as enthusiastic about coming to school at seven. Am as you are going to girl scouts at seven. Am on saturday. So i mean it's a it's interesting It's interesting story because They are engaged. And that's making a difference so it's a little at a time but the fundraising really funds. Those opportunities for the girls and then outside of our dessert before dinner we participate in nevada gives giving tuesday And we have cookies and cakes for different crowd of Givers you know people who like to come together and you enjoy some cookies and some beer. And and i know that yes. Yeah so we brought that back and We have a different people who don't go to cook Dessert before dinner will come to that. So it's about offering opportunities for different people that want to give back and then we are working with corporations with Volunteering so Have couple corporations here that want to have their employees actually have identified girl scouts as an organization they want to volunteer with so we're preparing opportunities for them and engaging them with some programs very nice i learned a bunch of things. I did not know incredible. Now let's talk a little bit about gender because we have the boy scouts of america. We have the girl scouts of america. And you know as time moves on we there's more talk about a gender spectrum And maybe there might be a boy who like to be involved in girl scouts and so on. So let's start with just the girl scouts. In general what do you think are the benefits of still having a girl. Specific program For young for young girls to attend Well there's a lot of information out there and statistics about girls participation and all-girl environment versus their participation and a co ed environment..

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"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"That's happened a few times in the past and and it prevents me from truly It has prevented me from truly going to that. Next level right i i bring this up because I one of my brands is a women's retreat. Bark women's dream and You know our mission is to kennedy. Carry on really what you're starting to do with girls. At such a young age your the racine confidence challenges and and being really able to sit in your own authenticity extending into adulthood You know and we talk a lot about threat in our in our women circles. And so that's why. I'm curious to hear from you to you. Worked in in those adult circles or male dominated industries and There is a lot of talk about especially with women that threat that we have for each other I just wonder where that comes from. I don't know so. I can share a story. I had a performance review. And i was at disney. I think i was in my fifth year or fourth year or th year maybe mid twenties and i I had been learning. Been working hard. And i was gaining. More confidence was gaining more confidence. Then i had a review if my boss male boss and my marks were really terrible. I mean just. Because i didn't know why i was thinking. Wow and it was a it. It drew the attention of his boss and the executives and so they pulled me into the office and they said we understand. We've senior review and we think it's unfair and i was like okay. What you mean. And they said we'll tell us how it's you know how things are going. And i said well. I'm feeling more confident. I'm able to do things on my own and so vats where it's shifted for me. Is that when someone is responsible for someone or has people that report to them and i've seen this multiple times and they have a sense of control over an individual and that individual gets more confidence to be able to do things on their own and make decisions on their own. It becomes a threat to the person who's their their superior or their manager right. And that's what happened to me and at that point and through my career. That's where and i know you're gonna ask me this later about leadership that's where i realized. Empowerment is so critical to leadership. I'd rather have all leaders in my group than not because there's a point of view there and if you don't have a point of view it's difficult to work together and so i want employees and staff and people in my life to be empowered to make a decision or come together and collaborate or b feel comfortable to say i don't know because there's a lot i don't know and i make sure everybody around me knows it. Look i don't have all the answers. And i don't expect everybody to have all the answers. But here's some people to reach out to. You know where i may lose my patience if those individuals don't reach out to the people that i've suggested getting information from because really that's gathering information to do your job and so you know back to that threat piece. I was becoming confident and it. It backfired on me We worked through it and everything was fine and You know and my boss got a talking to and and.

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"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"And so although i lived here for nineteen years i was travelling so so people that i knew here. I wasn't as rooted in our community because our clients and our investments where elsewhere and so It was a more worldly experience requiring a lot of trouble and the highest the highest end projects so luxury hotels and resorts for four seasons mandarin oriental. So the cream of the crop. And then i decided to make a change. I felt like should i know i felt like something was missing. I mean you know when you're doing such exceptional work and have such exceptional clients. It's it's so rewarding and Relationship building was a strength of mine that and and not only that but more importantly it's relationships mental ought to me so every relationship i've made professionally and personally along the way have been so important. That I wanted to maintain those relationships but i wanted to try something new and so i started working at a construction company because i liked the idea of female anna anna construction world as a leader and i lead The new business development and some of the marketing and pr for a short time before this opportunity to be co girl. Scouts of southern nevada came up and the job opening came to me via email through my sister and She said you should do this. Mom would be so proud and was like a what like. That's a tightly. Hold on this is a complete shift. It takes me a warm up to certain things. I'm not a quick. i don't i don't change gears. Quickly i. I'm i analyze everything. I'm i'm more of an analytical thinker creatively an analytically but i i had to look at it and i was like oh this as i start looking to just made sense because i love mentoring young professionals. I love being a mother. Love love love being a mother and you know sharing and the excitement and my kids. My children's friends And their their successes and then when they have challenges helping them work through their challenges. And i thought this is an opportunity to lead a team of individuals with a really strong mission. And it's a great brand. I mean it so mean having grown up in my professional life at disney brand centric brand and business was very important to me and making those decisions that relationships could continue to thrive and making a difference so most importantly it was making a difference. And so when. I started to look into this. I this opportunity i thought okay. Female young girls having their own safe-space and learning the you know how to be courageous building their character and building. Their confidence is so essential. I mean i had that when i was young. I you know there's more there's always more to learn. But i want every girl to have that opportunity that i had and that other girls have and so. I thought this was a perfect platform to make. A difference is to really to be that champion for young girls to have an opportunity to meet new friends to try new things to be in a safe space. not embarrassed in try. Just try things that they've never tried before and let them you know. Let them fall down and pick themselves back up and and really support one another. Because i mean i think we're getting better but we have a long way to go for women to support women. I think it's really important. And i think you learn at a young age. And so that's why our mission is so important is to really instill these qualities in these young girls from kindergarten. All the way through high school because that'll carry on with them and to their professional life or or their family life..

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"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"Because the way people the company attracted such unique and talented individuals and every single person was on board with the mission and was on board with doing the best. And i i. I never looked at it as perfection although no was never in my vocabulary. Nobody's vocabulary you know someone comes up with an idea. You figured out how to do it and it was fast and it's funny you ask this question. Because that's how. I was brought up in my early profession and so i'm always having now in my new role in a nonprofit i've had to take A really close inventory on my expectations And i've had to really throughout my career but really more so now because for my entire career design. There's a fine line between perfection. And doing your best. And i don't consider myself a perfectionist but the way to execute something close to perfection is really communication and planning and really doing you know following a process volume process to make sure that Every every check boxes every boxes checked. And then like you said it's a it's a progression and so if you don't catch the first time you know then you carry it over to your next you know opportunity and you make sure it gets addressed then And it's really it's very collaborative effort so when it's a collaborative effort it's perfection really can't be part of the the fabric you know. It's it's delivering on the expectations. As how i like to look at it Really therapist once said to someone very close to me is that perfection is disastrous. You know imperfection is evil because people Strive for perfection. It gets in their way of doing their best. I see that. I see people beat themselves up and in design. You're never done design. Never done like you. Can you can keep designing. But at some point you do have to put your pencil down if to determine when you have the best idea and execute on it because it can't it can't just keep going right..

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

Leadership Looks Like Podcast

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Leadership Looks Like Podcast

"I did my internship with walt disney. Imagineering was disney development company. At the time and i worked on a thirty five hundred room hotel i was working in the construction field with all men and i had an amazing seven month internship and they offered me a job before i left and i said i needed to go back and graduate and then They did offer me fulltime job. I worked there for ten years. I worked on hotels. I worked on attractions. I worked on retail or restaurants and really managed projects from concept all the way through construction and turnover to operators and it was an amazing. Ten years was like a forty year career. Yes those this is some big projects those those those are big projects. And i mean i could tell a little story about you know i. I remember when i was an intern and disney was starting to develop the park in paris right outside of paris and i really wanted to go and work there and i made it known and i went back. My fifth year of architecture school. I enrolled in french and i took french. My last year both semesters and when i went back to disney i kept getting looked over and not sent and i finally went to management. I said look. I i really wanna go and work overseas. I wanna work on this new theme park and hotels. And i was actually told that i could not be sent over there because it work wouldn't get done and that was my first eye-opening experience a feeling like this. It is that a discriminating comment. I mean why would i be left behind and everybody else had the opportunity to go in. We'll did that mean that everybody else were male. Yes like your mail. Call yes okay. Yeah and frankly. I was always surrounded by men and at work at school and i. It didn't really dawn on me that that would be something that would be said. And so when that was Mentioned to me. I was very angry but Looking back what What actually happened was a blessing because everybody did go over. And i had to stay back and there was still tons of work to do so it opened up so many doors for me that i wasn't it pigeonholed in anything i did. I had to actually cover everything. And i learned so much in such a short amount of time that it really put me far ahead of so many people at my age in my profession because i had experienced so much in such a short time so i took a negative and i turned it around into a positive i. I and that's what i've done with every you know. I've only had a few roadblocks that i considered a roadblock and then i just figured out a positive way to get around it and just work harder and show that you know i know what i'm doing and i'm valuable. Yeah do you remember how you process that situation. Well interestingly enough i was. I was an introvert. Or i'm i guess naturally an introvert and so that my that was my first year fulltime job out of college and so as introverted and i processed it internally I was quiet..

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"trueba" Discussed on The Sill - Perspectives on Art

The Sill - Perspectives on Art

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on The Sill - Perspectives on Art

"Hey says. There once was a shepherd boy who was aboard as he sat on the hillside watching the village sheep to amuse himself. He took a great breath and sang out wolf wolf, the wolf is chasing, the sheep. The villagers came running up the hill to help the boy drive the wolf away. But when they arrived at the top of the hill, they found no wolf the boy laughed at the sight of their angry faces they went up the hill to find the boy, they found him weeping. There really was a wolf here. The flock is scattered. I cried out wolf why didn't you come an old man tried to comfort the boy as they walked back to the village? We'll help you look for the lost sheep in the morning. He said putting his arm around the youth. Nobody believes a liar. Even when he is telling the truth, that's an exit from the boy who cried wolf exact window, and the moral of the story is. If you lie people won't believe when you tell the truth. Exactly. So that's what this podcast is about today. It's about truth lies. What we believe why we believe what we believe. How do we know what we know? It's a big one. It's a big mush in close to my heart. Actually, it's a kind of a question that I grappled with on and off for decades. Okay. Because we are these mines and these hearts, and we live these lives, and we think we know certain things about the world about life. But really in the end all we know is ourselves in a way, and what's been passed down to us. Well, what's been passed down to us is secondhand? But firsthand all we know is what is inside us. Right. What's right here? Everything else is maybe true, maybe somewhat true, not true. At all. How do we know? What is true? And what is not true? Well, the first thing I think about when you say that is to acknowledge the none of us knows everything for starters. Okay. But saying it's amazing. How much you have to know to realize how little you know, has very humble of you religions would have it that God knows all omnipotent knows all and we are just these beings who should be afraid of this God. But that's one concept. I could never get my head around one. God knows everything every moment. Every it's comforting isn't it to think that there's somewhere something someone some being actually knows the truth about the universe and everything in it, and who we are etc. And we seem to flail around trying to figure out who are we? Where are we assume those Trueba the reason why that never made sense to me or why a number wrap my head around the being the knows everything all the time everything before it happens. Even. Yeah. Is that I used to say to myself as a young kid. What do I need a compassionate for? What do I need a priest for there's powerful being knows everything already knows.

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"trueba" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

Top Down Perspective

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

"Does it me? That's interesting because it's crashed for me several times and I don't remember any crashes the last really. That's gonna funny. Yeah, I've had a few crashes my friend and I got into this one spot where if we mind this specific copper sooner or later, one of us have crash. It happened the times in a row. Then again, like I said, I haven't tried the co off yet, so I can't. Yeah. I've only been playing which is cooling kind of always see where your buddy is like five over to them. Yeah, you can pass stuff to each other for the most part. Like there's nothing really requiring coop. But it's just kind of nice having like someone else. They're like, hey, what? What are you on now on building a wall? What are you doing? I'm trying to find two hundred and fifty copper. Yeah. Oh of copper over here. Okay. Cool. Yeah, it's kind of what that game needed to keep people engaged, actual big thing that they needed. They added the last big patch, I think, or two patches ago, which is the base building, but more importantly, the quests and like finding NPC's to live in the base you Bill to give you quests like a reason to explore that universe. Interesting. I didn't know you could do that. I know there's a word of it like a job board on the space station, but I couldn't find it. I also didn't look like everywhere on the space enough, but I like the idea that there are like a quest board which that's what I would wanna be doing. Yeah, no, totally. Yeah. So the found a pretty cool planet. It was like super ocean filled and then had small little islands that were full of red grass. Okay. So I took idea when into the photo mode, which was fine. I tweet a screen shot of my dude, can just kinda sit down which seems to be the best because your guys like always just like Chillan is one of the most you can do. It's what I've seen. People tweeting the most people like sitting down on these cool who planets. I wanna find a snow planet. That's all ever go on. I can't find any planets snow and it's physically. I've never found us no pun. You've been to a hot planet yet. I'm currently on a hot plant. Those can become a rough, whereas like you're dying because it's so odd like, oh, I guess I'll say, well, I mean, there's plenty plants are like this just has hazardous air. So it was basically saying the poison gas planets for whatever. Yeah, on that nice that cool planet I found I fell down random whole and there was just talks plants in this cave and I was dying real fast. Yep, that sounds right. So. Other than that, it's still no man's sky, and I'm kind of getting some new appreciation and some new legs out of it. I don't know how far those legs will last. Because in the end, that's not a narrative focus game in. That's kind of what draws me a lot of the time, but we'll see. I'm enjoying it and the call is definitely helping quite sure. Yeah. Yeah. It's a game now. Oh, I'm at one more thing I played bring up. Played on some Marta tennis. Okay. I wanna play some of the tournament because I wanted to unlock Kupa Trueba zip to play in January to get an turn America. I just played one match because I, you know, multiplayer something huge thing, but played against one guy and it was like it was such a good match. Like we were going back and forth who was winning. It was real tight, real close like it was such a good game of tennis that when when I was done, I literally looked for like, how do you see your recent players? Because I wanted, I wanted to send a message and just be like your, that was awesome. That was so much fun. But you cannot message people on the switch and understand its Nintendo. So I understand like because nine times out of ten that message someone's going to send is going to be negative..

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"trueba" Discussed on Strong By Design

Strong By Design

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Strong By Design

"Fully able our racial tastes good can still have your pasta you don't need to consume six or seven bowls of that have some other things on the table really great green salad shoes i mean again something more fats if you like creamy sauce okay fine just don't mean fourteen gallons of on your pastor or if you you know if you like the the tune was go into tomato based so it's again gets we don't have to cut that stuff out we just have to make it a better a better choice in when we had maybe a month ago roy trueba just improve improve at reagan can give it some word tricia valley young right right with something else that's there should that's how how you know had color color is usually more healthy yeah good fleet are really good indication that you're you're on the right track got to as those hazards are roommate in my once and i was she she wanted to vets from all the stuff out of start healthy good light sweetie you're german you grew up of you probably had beer and bread has talked a high my diet she grew up with that kind of at very high carb diet and she did love pass it and like your full yourself you're going to be cut because you might to for ten days and then again t you're gonna go by all garden pool in and you're gonna this eat them out of passage so she described wants to buy with over made her suffer and i it was like a whole rain past lake you know i don't know she she described it as scratchy but it was like that's that fiber that's that's what you want to eat too.

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"trueba" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"trueba" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Who who do you like on d here hi like winnipeg's d i talked about big buff the guys in absolute horse josh more see very underrated player jacob trueba can skate can shoot he's physical ends from playing he's healthy tyler myers scores a big game seven of bad goal for renamed lit in a really bad goal but nevertheless he's jumping into the plays a quick quick defense for begin his height how fast he is you saw him dominate his first year in buffalo i'm sure sabres fans remember that so vegas like listen i've been the biggest vague vegas hater all year i've been in idiot but niche mitt i mean guys you people don't know about this guy was on the capitals would play very good for them kinda sparing minutes but he's been incredible all year he's kind of their leader back there derek gangland toughest shit can play physical could break the puck oh can just be a steady state home presence calling miller bruins fans know him he stepped up to play a big power play role he's got a great shot it it's it's it's too good dis you don't get to the conference finals without good defensive unit but winnipeg for me has that edge based on skating and based on the buff man just chuck and people on like little rag doll pigeons i'm a little torn on the d for the simple fact i just love the way that that vegas de complement each other they have three two to three and a half greet puck booze.

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