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"pappasito" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!
"This is where our podcast comes out of so. This is our place now right. We got our people here we do. We do we have here. We got got some got. Some people we just when we just do. It was so fun. We just were on kid critic in the morning show morning show young that was fun. League nation dot com yeah. It was so fun we got tamino the people. I wish i am just so always just off because i grew up listening to them. <hes> i'm not gonna say like okay. I'm gonna say grew up like they're like you. You know it wasn't like a child but you know when i when i went to college and i graduated and got my real jobs and stuff so like i would go to work and drive and just listen to them and i love love to listen to them every morning those minute we get into dallas. You're like seeing them in the studio today. It's like oh my gosh. She's gone taught nine. She liked changes right percents seriously mellow and then she's like oh. It's kind of like that time when she was like saying how much she loved josh. Oh my god it's kind of like that like so excited and alan j._c. In general most seriously and in your face you might you get like twinkles in your i. It's like so cute. You're looking at them all longingly like oh. I loved antilock comfort to me to listen to them every morning. He was just come running thing. It was to get to listen to them with them. So so it's fun to literally watch mida when we're in dallas hey this is her place. It's becoming your people know and she introduced us to who are are now favorite restaurant to go to when we come to dallas which is pappasito's. I mean those fajitas with the butter sauce dan. They had some issues like literally all night last night. We have to talk about some of these like oh my gosh okay. It's ridiculous like walk through some of these things okay so it was pretty but we were so hungry because we were very open on the flight and then we had to get to the hotel in a really long fight. I was so hard hey was an all. We kept thinking seriously. How many times did we say on the plane. I we waited. We were also like hardly eating so we can because i wanted to go in hard on those like pappasito's. I feel guilty about the kristen. You know. We're all just like every woman out. There were all currently on some form of a diet right now so we have you. I'm sorry i like to consider consider as a lifestyle. I'm not on okay so you were saving your points saving your points and i was saving my carbs or whatever all day the only thing we had adler on the plane was fruit. I didn't even have that. I had my panel may cheat obama no zero exactly so it's free free like no points yeah so so we had fruit and then we saved it and just like totally had everything yeah and carry had a keynote made it kind of like a fake beghal goal throw in on it was like she was like tearing us like no gel jellison. We hamas enough about snacks. We need to talk about when we got there. How hungry we were okay..
"pappasito" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!
"Or sunshine that was great right but remember humidity downs bag so we have that here which is known no Human Lewis for some good. What's some of the other best parts about living here being together gather that we have mountains which is like seriously seeking drive here you know associate with I would say I had pretty high pretty high? Expectations of restaurants fronts in L._A.. But I don't think you can beat some of the restaurants Portland you know it's funny is my sister. You Know Ashley. She moved down here as well from Portland and she said there's nothing no like Portland. Food like is just so much better now. It's so unique. It's so like there's all the different ethnicities represented there. They have food trucks with loud. I'd be like that here. <hes> I know I know and so when I got to L._A.. I was like well on the good food and there is good food. Here is something about like Texas Mexican food when we come back around PAPPASITO's up on us have those tortillas to allied show at pop really see great as as long. Hey bring us because I didn't order in the last time the Chiro yet all right. Let me to ours and to tease hooked us. Hook US up up. I can't even sit in. I'll have the fried ice cream ago Laurie. That's so good. I'm thinking we like food. I okay wait. Wait with our diet. How was the butter drip onto your fajitas? It was like a garlic whipped butter. Okay well dear seen how like Papa John's garlic not. I'm not saying it's literally like question like Oh my gosh no how excited we sound right are most like exciting passionate. Things undefined no way to get back to Dallas. I know the boys are going there tonio forever somewhere in the students at what we can fly into Dallas good. It's almost fifty minutes Pappasito's does he does like everywhere I look I don't know how long drive to San Antonio three hours. You know what else we go to Dallas what we should go to the Louis Vuitton store and I should find this purse. Yes you brought to me because it fits everything in it my laptops in it in my planner. All my tens planners three purses okay so it didn't we talked about the planner last time right. Oh our planners yeah I know but just bring Oh yeah oh yeah I had to say it. Yeah Melissa ordered a she does. She's like mom. I just earn some money and I'm going to buy the Guy Susan Hey guess what she's like okay so I know you've been talking to my mom at this planner and she's talking about it so much and I know how much you love. It and I just want to tell you that I just ordered one. She'll be so happy for you heard for the record carries C._B.. Does not get it. Oh and then carry C._B.. Tex the other day okay what time we meeting like where I looked on my iphone calendar and it was right there because I have a planner to it's an iphone. It's smarter planner. Hey Jeddah ask us. My smartphone got straight as in school real smart..
"pappasito" Discussed on I Mean... Why Not?!
"I said I wasn't going to cave in my diet but you oh my God do of Carleen was so pissed at myself. I had three three no. It's okay upwards of like eight. If I'm literally. How many points do you think those are my two? Those roles probably ten ten points each. Maybe eight holly mean it's soaked in butter. No series read. It's bread dipped in butter than it's worth all your weekly points in one. You are doing weight watchers so we are killing it though I'm like <music>. I'm actually doing really good at the weight watchers part. I'm not doing well at the workout part. I just like the way watches because it's an APP and you it has all your points for you. In just like have been able to put my points in and know what I have left for the day for the week and it just works knob donkey. I'm very kito carries a carry kito and I did really well on Kito too but then after a while I just get to it's it was where I was wanting to continue but every day was like becoming a day for me 'cause I've really had to have carbs herbs and or sugar. <hes> inside just couldn't maintain. I I all week. Oh my gosh I did it again. Yeah I know well we went to Joshua tree and I ate like crap the whole week and when I got on the scale and I got home I was like Oh yeah we're doing okay. I tried that and I lasted like two and a half days. I know how actually I went five days on. That's the I can see in your face to in I mean I think it's an all of us once we lose weight. We're interface. It's either to break. Take a stall on Kito or it's too like jump start Kito again and so that's the way I was doing at this time. So I went I lost six pounds in no seven pounds batch and in like five days and the last night right I had like steak and Caesar Jeez and all that stuff that was still kito yeah eight last night like it was like my off of eggs all week so I broke this egg fast by eating like Kito Food and it was a lot of Yummy food and I was sure I was going to put on weight today and I was like another half pound down as they decide. Oh you're going to be fine as you don't eat your last time I did it. I was like once I went off of it. I went up another pound or whatever but it still like mostly stayed off yeah yeah. I don't know what's going on with my body like there's no way like I. I'm just like I've lost a few pounds and I'm just stuck. I really work out. Don't I guys <hes> yeah. It would help stem star I know but I I mean you just drop it. I think it's my metabol- night. I just drops it. I know oh my gosh pigs. Are you posted on Instagram Ohio. By the way that was one I can swear on anything in my life that that was not that was not like squished or trimmed or you're no you look hot your leg. I was like posting Damn I look good I mean I know it has been the workout that dead weight watchers has helped because it's portion control you know I still have everything I want but I have. It's a total portion control type of Diet pseudo-world hungry. Though I don't feel like doing all thing is that you can eat as much as you want right chicken as long as it's just like no skin and it's not anything just I can eat breast and even black beans. I know I don't eat black beans. Oh I love it so if I go to like a Mexican restaurant just have the restaurant in Dallas that we love half the SITO's. Okay let in the points you think that is a lot we decided when we go to Dallas next time we just have to like to go that rest the fried ice cream. It's Pappasito's Jose seriously women diets..
"pappasito" Discussed on Changing the Game
"Right. So when I go into extra extra Big Mac sauce, onion, not tell them, give me a first thing of fries, come back with a nice lost. Talk about the we've follow could we chase the Big Mac routine over to pappasito's out Beretta? I tell you, I haven't been pappasito's putting. No. There's a McDonald's postal pappasito's. All my extra sauce, extra. Big Mac sauce, and I promise you amend the game. I'm promise fight true confessions Cordell. Please tell our listeners how they can find you and follow you is. Do you have a website that you'd like people to hit the learn more about what's going on in your World Social media? They could go to my Twitter feed at case last ten as K. S L, A, S H, one zero, as you hear as it sounds, and also Instagram, same thing. S. L. A. S H, one zero follow me, and I have a lot of fun on mine. I don't I don't get too big for myself to take myself too serious. I have a good time play some good music some pranks talk about some good stuff. I play with. Mixon clubs put tricks on all over my social media show. My son running track, and all that good stuff. So it's a family oriented type deal. PG know PG thirteen PG. Sometimes rated G. And I just like to have a little fun. Bring all the kids, that know of me and the parents to his will, and just let them know that, hey, it's all about having funnels. You're a single dad, your parenting of sixteen year old young man by the name of sire. He plays both ways on his football team wide receiver and defensive back. He's run track and field but in your quiet moments Cordell. What do you see when you look into the eyes of sire? Oh, I see a kid that happened to, to hang out with his dad and mom and just a good kid, you know. And we all get by we come by when it comes to our own kid. But just when it comes to a kid and having spent time when he's fun. You know, he's that he's that piece to the puzzle that sometimes family, you missed like my mother and father died a year. But when having him around, you know, it's a tremendous amount of fun and his mom, you know, we have a very amicable relationship with us town. We all hang out and have a great time, so she's not excluded. Any anything she's involved to the hill. He just so happens what before time and, and we have a tremendous amount of fun with this thing called family life man. So when I see him, I see his mother, I see his grandfather his grandmother on both sides of the family, and you see a kid that's really enjoying himself having fun and not really have a darn care in the world. Isn't that amazing kids at eight when we had to go back in the day to try to find information research, concern, you know how hard it was wasn't researching the libraries, too? Go to libraries in the more just Google it as a safe, Google me and cool lit. You can find every single thing under the sun when it comes down to it. So the life that he's avid out to be a part of he's lucky. He's fortunate like all the other kids are but he's one. That's just like the rest meant. He just wants to have fun with his friends go to class how fun to six flags. You know, go playing a playground at his it just be a kid. So I just see kids, just want to be a kid, nothing special. Nothing great just so have to be. And I it's a toy having one final question Kordell Stewart anyone, you see changing the game today in whatever feel doesn't have to be football or even sports who who is making a difference in the world? That is earned your respect tell you what this young kids, I on coming coming out of two he's a, he's a new invented in reincarnation of Charles Barkley. Do you know he dribbles the ball if not just as good better? He's he's has to develop his shooting game but his dad taught him how to play the game. When he was young as a guard..
"pappasito" Discussed on KTOK
"Know what the lesser light was that you were talking about that role the night. Okay. The moon does not rule the night it. So it can't beat the moon that rules the night. Okay. It for the flood it never, right? Correct. I don't know about that. Okay. Tell me did it was the earth. Like, it didn't rain before that before the flight. Is that what you're telling me that what I'm telling you. Okay. Well, all right. And the people did not know what rain was. And the reason why they didn't have rainstorms because we have. Still around the earth. Metallic hydrogen. About sixty thousand feet above the ground. It's the coldest that it is anywhere. It's it's colder there than it is in each state. So there was no evaporation process for water. I mean, they drank water back. Then obviously, we need water to survive. In the rain. Settled in at night as do. And do the earth. Okay. So at sixty thousand eight there was a shield, and it was made out of metallic hydrogen. When you cool I gen- cold enough. They become a followed metal. But it's clear. So you could see right through it. So you're talking about the ancient dome theory because they do talk about the dome in the bible, correct? Yeah. Okay. All right. I don't believe there's a doing now. I mean, I know people say all we got a dome above the planet earth is flat. But the thing is is that. Yeah. It was a it was a global about the glow. Right. Okay. And the hydrogen was I. That out all of the harmful radiation. Okay. So when the lot happened waters came up. Are and where spewed up, and they started melting the hydrogen. And the whole structure collapsed onto the earth. What about the possibility of the moon had some sort of had something to do with the the planet's water as well? I don't believe that you don't you? Don't know. What's that? I think it was too far off maybe it was closer. Now. Wait a minute. Maybe it was closer back. Then. I don't believe the moon was always in the position. It's in now. I don't. Well, it may have moved because of collisions. Well, yes. But I I always used to think, and I wonder about it. Because of the fact that you know, you you you hear about the sea of tranquility. What do you mean the sea of trade? Why why would they doing it as a joke? But there was a C on the on the moon. They call the sea of tranquility you. That's the thing is there's something about water and Luna and rebirth. And now they're saying they're finding water on these asteroids thinking that maybe there's a moon or a chunk that broke off of the moon or moon. The may have had water on it. I mean, the idea of water in space is not too far fetched. No, it's not. So, you know, if they're telling us that there's water, or at least water in the minerals, wouldn't that indicate that they're that that's one of the major contributors to life. And that if there is water and abundance somewhere else that like here on earth. We have water and abundance that perhaps we'd have life out there. Sure. There's there's no question about that. Okay. I mean, I mean the reason why I find this conversation. Interesting is like I said before it's the hypothesis of it all we're having some I want to have some really deep, you know, exchange by pappasito's. And I've never heard what you've said before. I think it's a fascinating idea. Is there any place where I could read more about this? Probably not. I've heard it before there was somebody was working for like Sandia laboratories, and he was a founding about that. Okay. And he said that the water that was a folk the hydrogen. She'll win it. Collapsed down onto the earth. It's still everything with water. Wow. And overwhelmed the earth. It was the whole earth was underwater. There was something to be said. And this is interesting something to be said about water and how it's important for life. But it's important for us. At least I mean, we are children of the water. Most of what we are components were mostly water were Farris in water and water covers the planet. And and then what are the light blocks in space? They're trying to find his water. We're looking geothermal heating on the ice planet for the ice moons. And so I mean, it's all indicating that they're starting with the basic building blocks and working their way up to saying, oh, by the way, there are biological creatures that live outside of the planet where they'd be fish or single celled organisms or maybe even intelligent lifeforms. Absolutely. So it's all building. And it seems to be you know, while on the way Dennis thank you for sharing that with me. I I certainly have something to think about this weekend. I to look into it. You haven't asked me the important question. Where did it all go? Okay. Where did it all go? Go. Physically break the planet apart enough there would be crevices for the water to go down into. So it's like, we know all the drain was covered with water right during what because of all the creatures that you find on the tallest mountain. That's awful. Oh, yeah. You find an in fact, you find it waterlines a lot with the mountains, I know in Utah because of lake Bonneville around the time of the ice age, you can find C creatures embedded in the rocks and fossils because lake Bonneville covered. Most of the western part of the United States. With me. Dennis. Dennis is gone and sound good. All right. Well, you know, I it's interesting stuff. Interesting seventy has to say triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred. That's your belief seven three thirty seven hundred. I. I like I said tonight. It's it's one of those nights where you know. I had a few things I wanted to throw out. Some interesting ideas is some interesting facts. Nasa is is actually involved with a number of people coming forward and saying, hey, we've got out there in space a number of artifacts. That are probably the same size or even bigger than a memorial coming our way that indicates to me that there is something else to this. Okay. We've got Baynou which is that asteroid that we just landed owes Cyrus racks. And we think of all these deities they're naming right? It lands on this rock comes back with the idea that it does test positive for water within the mineral soil of this rock meeting that wherever it came from it came from a place where there's water even a bigger planet. So what planet has water that's out there that we haven't detected yet. So we go back to you.
"pappasito" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"This is the just before the printing press. Right. So the thinking is so all right. Well, it's probably code. I mean, it's probably a made up language. So one hypothesis is that this is the whole thing's a hoax, right? But that's not that's not the dominant belief. The other hypothesis is that this is a personal book dire. It would not diary. So be before the printing press right before you could go in by copy of book, you know, people would cure rate information and write their own book out of the information. They needed from multiple other references, right? You would go to a library. But ever you would oh hand the Chris like downloading your information stored on one device, exactly. The next tape. This. This is the whatever information is in there this person wrote it for themselves, and therefore they're the only one to had to read it. And so they wrote it in some notation or code or whatever. So what the hell is it? Then if you look at this what the hell is going. On here. There was a recent paper that the hypothesis that this is a book about women's medicine. It's a medical book about women because all the pictures are of women of naked women of weird shit would make women. So they're thinking, maybe this was just a pre scientific book of medical treatment of women and female ailments. That's why a lot of picture of plants. Maybe herb Allah G kind of texts that he's copying here. Parts of what was thought to be female anatomy? You know? Obviously, a lot of magic mixed in as well, which there would be, you know, an appre scientic medical texts could be, you know, a lot of alchemy whatever. So that's possible. But that hasn't really gained wide acceptance hypothesis and a lot of other scholars have kind of ripped it apart a little bit. So I'd say at this point really that. That's just a hypothesis that has not been proven and needs further. Examination. I think before that pappasito's really support. But no one has totally cracked the code, right? This guy just things look these abbreviations could be kind of the that were used for for biology or whatever from these other texts. So there's some tantalizing clues there. But no one's cracked the code which citrus thing, right? Yeah. To see an article here didn't dako- the cryptic. Yeah. Manuscript. It just added to the mystery me, right? And it could be the, you know, the imaginative ravings of some kind of practitioner who just was making up weird crap about how we thought the female body work to note. Okay. Let's go onto number three. The Royal library of assure Bana, Paul is a two thousand six hundred year old archaeological find containing thirty thousand clay, tablets and fragments. You guys all think this one is science, and wouldn't that be amazing if we have thirty thousand tablets and fragments from two thousand six hundred years ago, what a treasure trove of knowledge of the ancient world that would be would. And that one I don't like is science. This is this is the best archeological find that we have in in a way, it's thirty thousand girls thirty thousand Bob and older than the death us girls. So some of these tablets are like complete. What I say frag was talking about chip I'm talking about. Okay. They have half of this one two thirds of that one that a piece broken off of it. But I've seen pictures of like complete tablets covered in writing. And it's literature. It's history. It's science. It's government records. It's all kinds of writing from the time. This is a massive library and thirty thousand is a lot. That's huge. This is the single biggest window. We have into that time and place boy in history, the near east, basically from the bronze age, very awesome. Okay. Now, I know. Yeah. All of this means that examination of the ruins of the great. Library of Alexandria result in an estimate that it wants contained seven hundred thousand scrolls is fiction because both of those components fiction. We don't even know where the ruins of the city. Andrea. We. Seven hundred thousand while that is quoted as figure for the number of scrolls. It contained in its heyday almost certainly an overestimate. Probably by an order of bang. So. L I nailed it. We all know about some of that..
"pappasito" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Same way. My wife drives me nuts with her driving. And the worst part is when we're on a driving trip, and I'm tired, she'll say let me try. Let me try. It was fun. You can rest, and if I'm really tired. I'll get suckered in. And then I get the passenger seat all the way back real comfortable. And who? And the reason is she's not tall enough to get her foot on the pedal. And so I've tried to explain to her look you're either going to have to use the cruise control or you're going to have to keep the foot pedal slightly depressed throughout because what she does is the equivalent of the people who turn the air conditioning. All let it get real hot in turn it on for a minute. Let it get real cold. And then just the fluctuation. Well, that's that's her system. She she guns it, then let's all guns. Let's all star star star hail. I'll just drive myself. It's it would be easier that the state of awful we are in right now. Drives me nuts. With doesn't bother the kids know the kids don't know any better. They don't understand that. That's not how it's supposed to work. They're just happy. You're taking them wherever you're taking them. So Ramones ninth wedding anniversary. And so he got he got snookered into this. He Amy said, let's not by each other a present issue. Listen, I don't want anything. Let's just go for a nice dinner. So it was it Friday night. Friday night Friday night. They went to Pappas, by the way, it is the Pappas family, not the pompous family just because you say pappasito's that's because that's their Mexican concept. It is the Pappas family. It is Pappas stakeouts ask them, Chris Pappas, not Chris Pappas. It's Greek now, Hispanic anyway. So they went there. How much was the Bill for the two of you three hundred. Did that include the tip? What was it about two? Fifty fifty. You're not gonna tippers. I don't believe that. I know you're all right. So so they go for a really nice. What'd you get? Just state what she did a bottle of wine. No one. Martinis and she had what? She had glasses of red wine. So she's still had red wine. Didn't get a bottle. Okay. At mastro's last week. And I took a picture of this bottle of wine. It was unbelievable. I need you look up. How much it was met bought it? So it wasn't something that I think.
"pappasito" Discussed on KTRH
"Drives me nuts with her driving. And the worst part is when we're on a driving trip, and I'm tired, she'll say let me try. Let me try was fun. You can rest, and if I'm really tired. I'll get suckered in. And then I get the passenger seat all the way back real comfortable. And the reason is she's not tall enough to get her foot on the pedal. And so I've tried to explain to her look you're either going to have to use the cruise control or you're going to have to keep the foots the pedal slightly depressed throughout because what she does is the equivalent of the people who turn the air conditioning. All it get real hot in turn it on for a minute. Let it get real cold. And then just the fluctuation. Well, that's that's her system. She she guns it, and let's all guns. It didn't. Let's all star star star hail. I'll just dryer myself. It's it would be easier than this state of awful. We are in right now drives me nuts. With doesn't bother the kids know the kids don't know any better. They don't understand that. That's not how it's supposed to work. They're just happy. You're taking them wherever you're taking them. So Ramones ninth wedding anniversary. And so he got he got snookered into this. He Amy said, let's not by each other a president. Listen, I don't want anything. Let's just go for a nice dinner. So it was it Friday night Friday night Friday night. They went to Pappas, by the way, it is the Pappas family, not the pompous family just because you say pappasito's that's because that's their Mexican concept. It is the Pappas family. It is Pappas stakeouts. Ask them, Chris Pappas? Not Chris Pappas. It's great not Hispanic anyway. So they went there. How much was the Bill for the two of you three hundred. Did that include the tip? What was it about two fifty? And you give a fifty fifty. I don't believe that. I know you're good. All right. So so they go for a really nice. What'd you get just state what she get a bottle of wine? No one you had you had martinis and she had what? She had glasses of red. Well, she still had red wine. Didn't get a bottle. Okay. You know, what we ate at mastro's last week? And I took a picture of this bottle of wine. It was unbelievable need you look up. How much it was met may be bought it? So it wasn't something that.
"pappasito" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"You're still responsible for a hundred and twenty young men back on everything that goes with it, but but it was a very relaxing trip and probably about day five. That's when I kind of flipped his, which aren't. So we're going to go from Israel to Mexico. Now word on the street. Is that your Mexican food fanatic fishy issue, not an expert. What is the best Mexican food that you've ever had. Yeah, pappasito's my place. I go to Texas first place wanna eat born in Irving, and my dad lived in the TAOs Metroplex when I was growing up and I always visit him on holidays and you know, I love it. You go there before you go. See Dan. We get off the plane. Everybody knows that's. That's what we. We chat more sitting in that chair just a couple of days ago, and there's always been a connection between the two y'all. I won't ask you a question I asked him, which is, you know, we're, we're auto racing guys, sometimes short-track guys, the Bertrand guys. They think your sell out when you move to the big leagues. This is real race in any real reason. Some high school guys are like that. Now this is this real football, but he talked about carrying the torch for high school football coaches and ten minutes ago, your coaching high school football, and now you're at all, and he's Arkansas. You feel that when you walk out on the field on Saturday? Yeah, there's no doubt about that. You know, we feel blessed that we've been given opportunity. There's a lot of high school coaches around the country. They're smarter than me and Chan, but we've been given that opportunity and so we do carry that. And I hope this opens the door for more high school coaches given the same opportunity that we have because when. You're just coaching football, the footballs and same. The difference in college and high school is the media and the recruiting and everything that goes with it. But there's some great high school coaches out there that just need opportunity that me and Chad have been given clowns like us. That's the biggest difference between high school side. Improbably socks. Don't think you saw. Coaching, there's cool. I'll tell you that you're thinking recruiting now, you know. So you got to you got to kind of be out there. Put out there when you show and allburn you're inheriting a team that didn't win a single game conference. How would you describe what you inherited when you walk into? No, it was a pretty unique situation because I've been the coordinator there before when and I was only gone for one year, so got a chance to watch them kind of from afar. They had a tough season. I recruited a lot of those guys that were there. So it was a pretty easy transition. Once I got back, they were familiar with me. I was for me with them and it was just a matter of man. We're gonna take it one game at a time and they had an edge about them. They were embarrassed from the year before, and so it was a really easier job than than it looked from outside. Just we had some talent we got together. We just got better each week and came with a hair win the national champs right there. Yeah. Yeah. SARS. The Chamber. I remember the law says, you know, that's a game that I think about quite a bit. What is it about you guys that is like this universal, a universal trait, all of you, you've been wildly successful, but what is it about the losses that consume? Yeah, I don't know. I don't know if it's motivating or what, but, but that's kind of what comes to mind when you're close and you come up a little bit short, but you know, I think even coach high school know, got a chance to win some St James's, but the games that we lost in the jam ship game, there's one that went double overtime that I felt like I could've done a better job coaching and I carry that with me..
"pappasito" Discussed on Climate Cast
"Her work helps companies create effective branding and messaging around sustainability. Her recent study found some words that were better than others. Suzanne joins us via Skype. Hi Suzanne. Hi Paul, first of all, let's talk about this study. What is it and why did you do it what we do multiple studies every year with the intention of keeping our finger on the pulse of what are Americans thinking about the environment to the degree that they're thinking about it at all because some of us don't. Some of us do intensely right. When we want to understand what are they thinking? And in the more importantly, how is that thinking than leading to the expectations they have of the companies that they buy products from in align themselves with. So as we peel things back in and begin to think about, well, how can we connect with people real human level? It lead us to think, let's dig into values. Let's dig into what is what is each of our relationship with the planet really all about because we all have one, we're all roaming around on planet earth. So whether we think about it or whether we hold it in high esteem or not so much, we all have some relationship with the planets are with the study was to try to dig into what is that? What are the shared values? What is the common ground? How does that ladder up two words that resonate in words that don't. Let's let's talk about some of those words, science, conservation, and sustainability. Those are three words in your study that resonate with what over seventy percent of Americans, which words did not work so well in your study? Well, some of them are words you. I would expect like regulation, but then interestingly environmental stewardship did not play well, I'm sorry. That's the prizes me because there are many people emphasizing that approach as sort of an on ramp for people of faith. Why the negative responses to environmental stewardship. I don't know. You know, one of these things where we haven't been able to dig into the qualitative, like sit down with, you know, hundreds of people in Salem dig into this in wide you. Why do you not like those terms are pappasito's though from doing this for so many years is is that it's kind of been politicized on an environmental stewardship. Sounds like something you might have regulation around. It sounds like something you might have policy around. It sounds like a half to not want to again, when you look at the words that tested really well in science, conservation sustainability will scientists. Good, right. Science leads innovation science leads, putting a man on the moon science fields, solid conservation, frankly, is the root word of conservative. So whether you're a conservative or liberal, you. You can kinda buy into that idea of will conservative is something we should embrace when it comes to on the environment. So there for conservation is good on in sustainability. Sounds like a positive concept will. Yeah, we should have a sustainable future, but environmental stewardship. First off, it uses the word environmental which is very much van politicized than than stewardship. Sounds like something we have to do rather than something we want to do. That's our interpretation of it, but, but it's kinda don't know. Honestly, it's surprising. Let's talk about shared values and beliefs. Most everyone I talk with of course, once good jobs of vibrant economy, cheap energy, and clean air. And that really if you look at it as what a lot of climate solutions are about, I'm just wondering how you think about that as a person who helps with messaging. Yeah, I'll tell you three universal beliefs. Americans believe we all deserve a clean planet that sixty six percent of us a two-thirds of say, look, people have a right to clean air and water. I don't know what to make of the one. Third, this is. No, we should all have earned broader of right, but but we can take that as a majority do. There's yes, we should have a right cleaner in water. Most of us believe our world faces a significant in overarching environmental problem. In fact, this is really important important point to get out here. Only fourteen percent of Americans actively disbelieved that climate change is real and caused by man. You would think that number is a lot bigger for meeting today's headlines, but it's only fourteen percents, most of us believe something is happening and we need to do something about it..
"pappasito" Discussed on KTRH
"Order I, nil nil world order and that's my Bush in impersonation for the day it's an order You know twenty to twenty some odd American intelligence, operas in. China were recently martyred this, actually, was brought up on another. Show that I heard which okay so another show talking about see that's the thing I think. I think a lot of people may see in the periphery, that China may be a problem but I think. That right now We're seeing bubbling under the surface some things that the mainstream ignored and I think it's this the. Technocrats and the technocratic spirit of China plus their government which I said has capitalism on a leash and some you know strange former. Democracy on the leash is just waiting there to be the solution when all things go to hell and I think that either. It's by, design or people. Don't understand what the outcome will be from their resistance and I have a feeling the outcome will be a government, that we. Retooled to fit more along, the, lines of what China has. Several other governments have adopted to have a a socialist state that will work with the UN. With a twenty thirty summit idea That'd make sense yes it does unfortunately I guess in. Some ways I guess is pappasito's coming to fruition it may be but like I say there won't be this whole transition will not. Be will not be war there will be no war to fight this transition why because the people are going to demand it Right so Felix thank you thank you man why do you have a good night you yeah remember when they said that they could take over without firing a shot exactly what this is it's, a gradual it's like what what h. g. wells said, socialist book the new world order and what are. You talking about the open conspiracy says exactly how this is with a lot of trauma and a lot of collective and a, lot of, collectivist, groups, and a, lot of. Other groups that, take, on, the government, they will. Eventually bring it. Down and when they do they'll be another government. That has been. Already, established they. Will be able to bring a, socialist superstate to the to the forefront. Which will be..
"pappasito" Discussed on KTRH
"To tell me how much he enjoys show so finally we're getting ready for the trip the speaker system is not working and the movie system in in my truck's not working so i i go over there yesterday distracted me i was about to tell you something and now i've forgotten what i was gonna tell you about what was it it was the cow there was something in oh so i go in and there's a guy there he's michael beria said yeah you remember me no he said we waited tables together at pappasito's nineteen ninety and i said which location he said well you were at kirby and richmond and then you got moved to hill cross i was waiting tables but those places i said yes i would i didn't remember him but we had the same manager he he knew all the stories and funny twenty eight years later you meet up with some guy that used to wait tables with pappasito's anyway so we went in the back i was touring the facility and they were putting speakers in video systems and all his call houston car stereos great place and they had lamborghini back there so i had to take a picture my oldest son michael loves lamborghinis so there's this truck and it is a king ranch and the thing people do for the trucks now but this guy had some sort of a mat like a leather matt that was like one part leather and one part you know those michelin man jackets people wear like it's the ut frat boy jet they'll wear sleeveless on he had a mat like that for all it was all buttoned down i mean i why would you plastic on your on your sofa but in your truck we've got john anderson coming up at the red neck country club we've got billy bob thornton and his band we've got tracy byrd coming up we've got steve warner coming up hey man if you've never come and tried it come try send me an email say hey look i wanna come try this if i got some extra tickets i'll give you one if people come to the redneck country club they fall in love with it they have their birthday parties or anniversary parties are the company parties there it's incredible customer service it's a beautiful facility we got a.
"pappasito" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"I think in stages they are but i think like like we just talked about warriors are gonna come out with a different mentality you can't you can't expect the warriors to get six uncontested shots in the fourth as they did in oakland and miss all of them i mean what are the odds right and then on the other end trevor aretha hits that three pointer in the corner remember chris paul sent the baseline cross court pass eric gordon was oh for seven from three point range late shot clock it's a huge three with about two and a half to go so houston hit the shots they had to golden state didn't hit any of them i think momentum in both these conference finals means nothing it's when you throw the ball up in the air and you start the next game especially when you get this deep into a series these guys know everybody's tendency the team that loss is gonna make a few adjustments we'll see if there's some rotational adjustments and obviously whether or not andrea place tonight it's fantastic stuff follow him on twitter marquess cheshire and of course listen to him on the broadcast one of the best one of my favorites next time you come to bristow bring pappasito's with you or else i'm going to get some right now and i hope it holds up because i might not get home go seven i gotta go right to the finals but i'll put it in a frigerator we'll have a good time perfect nice for coming on cassie we appreciate you you got a great stuff for him and you know what the thing he said at the end that really stands out to me adjustment one of the interesting conversations that we have not had in this process so about steve kerr right i mean because there's a moment where we look at brad stevens every time every time anything happens in the cab series we immediately talk about oh well how's brad how's the wonder kid gonna react what stevens gonna do what you just hear from casting.
"pappasito" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You better have a quarterback this got confidence himself conference he did not came back yet was in cleveland and he said he was talking with the staff so john dorsey listed the four quarterbacks he was considering rosen darnold mayfield and josh allen and he put them in order of the visits as they saw them we saw carmen on tuesday panel went and did not tell his own staff until the morning of the draft who they were taking nevertheless last year he said i didn't want anybody to know i wanted to just see how it went and then that morning he goes that's what we're taking our guy pace approach donald texted me john bosa was on that blew his acl out in the preseason we're training with the tampa bay buccaneers so both never made the year joe is pappasito's joey's popping oedipus so that's there i think the other bosses coming out so yes dad some good lineage there they had a lot of nice a bunch of the other kids are playing in the league under top players to right it's kind of nice good for those guys a buddy of mine shapiro who is a drug counselor he works with major league baseball team he said that south beach is still full of people with substance disorders well maybe they sleep on the beach was there in the early nineties when he's talking about now i'm just finishing up i finally caught up on narcos which is a great show on netflix but my new york miami and la basically made low escobar's fortune i mean that was the end of the cocaine cowboys that really kinda rough time that they had down in miami's nearly eighty s.
"pappasito" Discussed on TechStuff
"Sick burn lawson as part of their research omer chew and his team over at symantec had contacted the domain name system service providers that were responsible for those two you are ells and they decided to create a an new destination for all those communications it was kind of like a just a a redirect so these messages that were supposed to go to these two url's that were posing as soccer fan sites would it stead up going symantec and they were hoping that by looking at the messages that these computers were sitting back they might be able to figure out what the heck this malware was trying to do so they started looking for any patterns to get a better idea of what was going on and one of the things they saw was that the majority of computers that were sending the messages were in iran iran also had the most computers hosting these sought after siemens programs so that made them suspect that perhaps the people who made this val wear were targeting iran specifically for some reason in the past iran computers had never really been at the high end of infection rates whenever melwood breakout so that's just to the team that they must have been the intended target otherwise their percentage would not be so high someone had to be concentrating on them working with that information that iran was in fact the intended target and that the virus was specifically looking for machines that had a particular type of industrial control software on it they started to four by pappasito's as to what the purpose of the malware could have been so one possible explanation is that was part of an espionage project aimed at iran's nuclear power program natanz had attracted worldwide attention as it could have been a front operation that appeared to be making nuclear fuel for power purposes but in reality was secretly enriching uranium in order to make nuclear weapons so that was one of the boss.
"pappasito" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Need people confer how quickly does mike pompeo get to move on this stuff to staff up with serious realistic the department of state i gotta believe it's going to be a top priority i mean listen pappasito's a military guy he served in the wrong branch i'll let that slide but he understands that to get anything done you need a team right i mean any success i had down range was when i got out of the way and i let my marines do their thing the same goes for diplomacy right as i mentioned before you need a team around you to manage these complex relationships and pompeii also understands how congress works and understand that you really need to be aggressive in pushing things through the process here the other thing i'd say that i would hope pump heo has asked from the white house is for them to get rid of this blacklist policy there are a lot of enormously talented foreign policy conservatives professionals that perhaps said something bad about donald trump during the campaign or signed a letter it's time to forgive and forget we need all hands on deck we need every talented person working as hard as possible role in their own in the same direction to extend the silica rid this metaphor to navigate through very treacherous waters right now and we can't have people blacklisted we can't have some of our best talented blacklisted let's do what's right for the country let's do what's right for the world so i hope pompeo impresses upon the president and given the keys i think someone that the president trusts greatly i think he can make that argument effectively that i should have included that in the post piece it's absolutely true and he does have the president's competence they get along very well and he's enormously smart and we'll be persuasive in making that argument very quickly mike there's a new story from the syrian observatory today the syrian civil war has killed five hundred eleven thousand people and it's going on and on and on what do you expect compelled to do say an act with regards to the to the disaster and gotta and other places well i hope we can grace and clarity to what we are trying to achieve we.