21 Burst results for "reddin"
Disney Cravings: Which Disney Treats are the Most Craved?
"Disney popcorn now is disney popcorn. I do crave it but is it really any different than any other popcorn. Yes how so. Well you have said yourself multiple times you have not been quite able to replicate this popcorn exactly as it is in the parks and your popcorn is pretty good but it. Just there's something special about. They have a secret recipe. Also in the papuan. They have in the parks. That makes it just ever so slightly different than popcorn. You can find anywhere else and we do have a popcorn machine a true large cart at home. Of course here are disney resort north and s. Milia said i did try to crack the recipe. I've narrowed it down somewhere in my slough. At some point. I discovered that they use a combination of coconut oil and regular oil. If it's non peanut oil or some high heat oil along with their colonels now. They did switch. Let me ask you this. When they switched from orval reddin bacher to pop secret. Did you notice the difference and by the scowl you're making because we don't shoot video with these shows. I'm guessing no you mean unlike the boxes. No they actually switch the brand of. I know but i only noticed the boxes purdue so i really didn't notice any taste so i would say is in my experience with this. The kernels themselves. A huge amount of difference. As long as they're all name brand good-quality colonels. It's really their blend of sees labor. Yeah so we use the flavoring plus the oils which spices and seasoning can really can really make. It can make a difference. Don't even anything that you are making wise. Or what. I'm saying i think is i think. They switched the kernels themselves. But not their mix of oil and flavorings. So what you're saying is that they're mix of oil is withstanding the pressure the changing world.
AI's Potential in Logistics With Gaurav Srivastava of FarEye
"So will kick things off with just sort of getting your perspective on the state of affairs of ai in the supply chain when you think about where it's made its way into the supply chain. Now how do you like to sum that up. How is it sort of influencing the field today right so an has been a buzzword industry for quite some time now and have been crying all different things would be. I do improve. The way supply chain operates so a couple of big success That we have seen with in supply chain is definitely the last mile optimization ins reddin during the reason the last mile is a big hustle and last mile is growing crazy in the last five years. We have seen the amount of goods moving into the last night has just the demand has caused a lot and keeping up with the buster makes petition is becoming a judge. So that's what he comes in pretty handy type soup. Line your roots in an optimum it really head to creating an optimum ruled than creating a good user experience for your customers. Then there's also see a customer communication piece that comes in whether because exposure this obliging. The of grease that comes into your customer dr the on You customer concerns. I couldn't even help you reach those number of calls to believe quals jaguars right. Yeah coming pretty handy to on sale As well or taking questions safer simister wants to reschedule their order. They want to know that should mendez a get an estimate by again that delivery Calling up the league. And actually just writing quick-witted It can be a base tool it can be integrated into your watch or your facebook messenger
"reddin" Discussed on Here We Are
"That's just ahead on a treadmill that's just going to be as boring as any other thing. Well, thank you so much for your time Joe, this has been really terrific and thank you listeners for being such. Wonderful. Curious. We'll talk with the next episode. If you enjoyed the show, please comment throw me a thumbs up if you want to head over to patron. Gain access to our discord. We have a lovely community that's being gone for about two months now, and I I really like it and it helps support the show. What do you mean by help support the show? Well, did you know that I lose money on every single episode of the here? We are podcast that goes out. That's true. I do I lose money? Every single time I released one of these it used to pay off because I used to be touring live, and so it was a fairly cheap advertising cost for me and it still does pay off because I absolutely love this show I. Wish I could if I if I made money I'd be doing one of these every single day I love talking with scientists I love getting to disseminate information for all of you and so if you want to help me out, that would be terrific if you don't have the money to do that, you can also just go and. Leave a good rating on I tunes and Stitcher, and every podcast APP right a whole wonderful thing and the those apps favor of those things that they get pumped up a lot more in recommended into more to more people, and it would at least be nice. If I am going to be paying this, did know that more people were watching more people listening I still got to figure out YouTube algorithms and all this crap that's on me. I just I'm not the best at Putting the time into the behind the scenes stuff of things always, and it's insanely complicated and changing. All of the time, but I love that I'm now doing this on Youtube and providing video and even though it costs me more to do that. So So help spread the word for me if you would and give me money if you would. If you don't have it, that's fine. I'll be alright I hope you're not struggling out there but if. If you support me, that'd be awesome..
"reddin" Discussed on Here We Are
"Although if we all start. Re framing this. As a space odyssey. You know it's funny and it's such. A personal difference day are looking at some of the longer space missions that NASA talked about and some of these long enough where the person's never coming back like it takes to get there you would never be able to bring the person back. And it was and I was thinking who's going to sign up for that they said it's amazing. How many astronauts were all for like die so I wanNA be in space. Them it is this odyssey like. I'm fine with that. Let me there forever and so again, there's all these. Individuals specific differences the problem with our current situation it's nobody got to choose. Everybody had to go on the Space Odyssey. I love it right now they kind like it. Actually they find. They can do their schoolwork in about a third of the time. I mean, they still play out in the yards and stuff that they see their friends through fortnight in social media and stuff. So Fernando, it's. Not so bad. At least perspective, there's a lot of I. Mean I have A. Stand, up comedian. So so I have Some huge financial stressors right now, I'm sure and outside of. Outside of that You know I, I'd say that I'm managed at I'm just like a lot of times. Mike. I was built for this toy. This. End It's like I. Don't need to leave to go and have an interesting conversation with someone. Normally if I want to go. If I want to go and try to have an interesting conversation I gotta like. All right I guess I get ready go out of the house. Go to a bar get drunk enough and get everyone else drunk enough until finally everyone fries open their mouths a little bit and actually has something interesting to say, and now I can just zoom some scientists.
"reddin" Discussed on Here We Are
"Me as. How interesting? and. Complicated. The subject of barring. Boredom. That involves enjoyment. I mean people are extremely complex that he always drives me crazy when I hear someone say Oh yeah. We can just predict human behavior. Well, man you talk about a hard problem to do. Almost anything it's just there's so many ways it can splinter everyone's unique. Everyone has their own way kind of approaching banks. NOT IT IS A. Challenge when Eddie also hard for us to really know what we like to. It's hard to understand ourselves and what's GonNa make us happy. What's going to our boredom? Or Whatnot Day try and things you I find that it helps. Me As I tried to kind of take net flicks for example, certainly won't be watching more of that number say that. I try to Kennedy Bracket Bat your your mindset is I'm watching Netflix's again that's going to be more boring than if you could say like for me I kind of bracket it out so I like documentaries a lot actually So I tend to do. Documentary if I'm GonNa Watch TV. In the morning. Puerto, reasonably like a little bit I'll watch part of a documentary have another I usually work my way through movie with workouts. So I'll do about thirty minutes, and so it's about over course three days I watched the movie but I know workout time as for this movie, the morning's documentaries line survivor time might be in the evening. The more you can just think of it not just as watching TV or watching Netflix but. Some. Subdivision if you will can help as well to to appreciate variety. Just being creative I guess said. For, we started the tennis courts here they had locked up on our family loves to PLAY TENNIS SO WE'VE. Just been. A badminton set we that we can lower the net a little bit. We just been playing our street. There's no traffic. Right now. He adds a new twist right? makes it seem a little different? We got tired of that. Let me move to pickle ball. So I don't know where we'll go nets but it's GonNa run out of things to do certainly, but we're trying to cover new stuff. Yeah this is..
"reddin" Discussed on Here We Are
"Some of what maybe looks like, say she -ation witches so we're already kind of talking about Voluntary versus involuntary like You Know Celibacy. In cell versus among. Two. Very different pictures of how you view your your celibacy and and it's going to have a completely different effects on your on your mental health It's funny too. So I'm back in Wisconsin and I'm thinking about. You know the jobs that I used to do and a lot of factory work and whatnot and You know a lot of these. It's interesting seeing people so ready to like missing work so much because the difference between. So. This was like a job that most people are like dreading going to. All right. Now that they're told that they can't. I gotta get out there and get back to work, but but but if they were retiring. See if they were if they're if they happened to be retiring the same day of the quarantine now this is retirement. They'd be thrilled that they weren't going back to work and and so there's also this this like factor of just being told what to do. There's this nor this like natural. To, be like I have this may be like screw you I'm doing the other thing. Psychology, it's called reactions. Don't like you limiting what I can do or telling me what do and. There is an effective out of. A double whammy going on you think about it and I'm angry because. You're you're telling me what to do and I would tend to be Kinda high the also. I don't want you to be able to push me around. I should do what I want. There's one negative air, but find even on the the front of Another side though where now that I'm at home and I have more time on my hands to choose what to do. We also find in work on say and report on. That choosing a bad thing. And what can happen is one thing that's required for choosing as right. I look at the options I have..
"reddin" Discussed on Here We Are
"Good thing for comedy. As, have really having to buy the ticket and take the ride because. I. Didn't realize that every comic and now you have like comics like, Jerry Seinfeld Jim Gaffe, again, who were never political in the past even they're breaking and doing like these political jokes meanwhile you can be. You can think the guys like the biggest choke on earth or be the most liberal. I mean. Obviously, if you're a trump supporter, you're not GonNa want to hear the jokes but you can be you can be the most against trump and I went on the world and you don't want to hear the jokes. In some cases because it's just it's everywhere you look and and it's it gets tired and people are making the the same point. So her and over again. So there's that there's also like I thought this is going to be a boon for my science podcast rise on Mike. Well, people are going to be the most interested in science. But at the same time I don't WanNa hear out here. So there's just all these aspects of satiate Asian in every aspect of our life. Everywhere we look. And that's what made it interesting for me is just how many places you can apply it, and it seems like those same principles kind of old it really doesn't matter what the experience is. The big thing is if feels like you're having the same thing over and over you're in trouble, you're not going to respond to it. You're not gonNA like it you're not going to pay attention to it. And it's I, mean a valuable thing to have as humans right in general we think of our lives we have a myriad of stimulus sitting all the time. And it's actually active right to say well. It's the same tree is always there i. she put paying attention to it. It's not important. I should put my attention. This stuff that that is changing on that is different than is unique. But unfortunately, for enjoyment, it means we bored. I..
"reddin" Discussed on Here We Are
"Everybody I, return guest, Joe Reddin, joining me today, and if you didn't hear our first episode you might Wanna go but it doesn't. You don't need to have heard it for to listen to this one. But just a reminder that there is another episode you can also listen to with Joe where we talked all about the research of bt behind satiafaction and boredom, which we also talk about in. This episode for context, this was recorded April thirtieth and and this is the last of the the that timeframe we called the new normal or whatever when is recording a bunch I got a bunch in the bank. This is the last episode that's like a little dated by a few months going forward who were kind of recording them just a couple of weeks ahead of time. Just ooh, not that it should matter that much but just to make sure that any references aren't. Don't come off to dated and a world that is changing. Quickly it used to be I could just bank a ton of these soad's and take a month off or whatever, and the world would be somewhat the same and whatever the guests had to say about their Dung Beetle research or or new economics finding or what have you you know references wouldn't get dated as quickly as they potentially can now. So this is a great opportunity to make sure and add comments and things in on Youtube or write me on social media to add any suggestions for the show as we've kind of tweaking the last fine tuning You'll see this also be the last one where we had our old methods. So we. Hence the going forward we will have improved, audio, and video that. We started doing like a month or two ago. But but we've we've had the stockpile of old episodes that we've been hanging onto. And and then just you know registered to vote everybody. It's that time of year it's easy to. Be discouraged when when you have a couple of decrepit. Are Rich dudes roasting each other's cognitive abilities to win access to doomsday device It's as easy to throw up your hands or you like what's the point?.
"reddin" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"Someone a suburban house in. England you know you just get go into people's homes and I think that's a privilege. To be in people, spaces and see how other people live. Yeah Yeah and also when my job there's never not days were like. You, never know what's going to happen Which sometimes I imagine must be a bit stressful you can. They can be but This nearly always a solution to things if You're a cool head and. Breathe way through it. And that's the nature production. They all these people coming together the so much to do things. Aren't gonNA run exactly as you planned, so it's about rolling with the punches and. And going with it really. Speaking of seeing into people's homes because I just chatted to the wonderful location manager Owen. Houlahan, who worked on normal people and he was talking about how they. Making connel's home and his wife, who is a production designer with? Paper on the walls, but then it had to get taken down. Do you ever. Change People's actual homes, and then they either keep it or they get you to take away. What's that dialogue like when when that happens? Yes, so a lot of the time we would. Paint a room or put up wallpaper to suit in more character that we're going to say that lives occupies a space Yes, so we put together a a proposition. We may do visual or we'd. If we want to put, the will pay prompt. Maybe we'd show them the wallpaper. Physically I'm. Just explained to through it. Communicate with them what we wanted to do. And then. Yeah if they like it, we can keep it or we can come in and make good, you know. Make it as oh. We were never there. Say you've got to respect people's property and you don't want to do any damage. Yeah I was saying to I'd love for someone's come into my home and be like we're just GONNA change it I'll be like, not yourself..
"reddin" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"Connie when you actually get your jobs. Do you have because I have an agent? Do you find that you get most of your work through your agent? You ever get it yourself through word of mouth. How does that work? It's a combination really. A lot of jobs have come from. So of Relationships that I've built up, which is Great But that's a long process. So it is great how many agents I can put you forward jobs and get you in the room. For things that you wouldn't you just don't know about. You know. He went to put yourself food for maybe, but you read the scripts and their great. So. It's You go to wet together. Ready with your agent, so that's why it's important to have a good relationship with them. And and have the same agenda. Again something I took for granted as an actor I just act as the anyone to have agents i. It took me a couple of years to realize that actually film crew neater. As well. Because you're right, there is their jobs. You can find out about throughout of mouth as always other Tia that you don't necessarily hear about because there with the agency. And you would you would otherwise just not be in the know. Do? You have a preference between working on film or television. Is there a longer commitment between one or the other? Yes! Well, I think it depends. What kind of fill Meuron as well. I think the big budget films. They tend to run longer than the the smaller more mid range, independent films But for me at the moment. television would be big commitment then doing a a feature film. 'cause I would. Probably you know I I wouldn't get big film at this point in my career I don't think. A. Mid Range one which would be awesome, but. The television series tend to go for longer if it if it's like an eight at ten at one, but then of course you get your your four four episode with six episode..
"reddin" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"I say. Would you say that most people that get into this line of work are quite artie and have had a background in art or just general interest in it will definitely creative people I mean I. I don't necessarily think you have to be good drawer. Tim. I mean. It definitely helps, and it is a great tool, but you know some people. The other creative endeavors and Might be more interested in the deck area. Still means you're creative. In the are interested in Khalas in in furniture. Architecture. So. Yeah, I'd say everyone in the art department is interested in design, and you've gotTa love films and TV too to make them I think yeah, yeah, absolutely, and so when you're hired onto a production or project, Carly! What's the first steps like? Where does your job begin? always starts with the script, so I'll read that a couple of times and I will note down my emotional responses to the script and any images that. Pop into my head so more for tone or mood. So break it down and break it down into its major locations. And decide you know have a good thing about whether they should be filmed on location or set built, so begin to breakdown scrip basically and see what's required to to make this. Story. And then I, would you know always took him with the director and took him to the producer as well. And knowing my budget is. Because that affects. A lot of things and how you can think and how you should approach the project. Yeah, and then you start to location scout at the same time as your hiring your team. And then you, you team, come on, and then if you found more the locations, and you can look again at the budget and just. Again same can deliver an and whether some scenes we'll have to become one where the more scenes wanted to take place in in one location because of budget restrictions. Yet and you just keep building up the world. I usually have a lot of images on the wall. So go from seeing seeing so I can see if anything's not working or the emotional arc of the story. It's really good as well for the pay or the costume design. It's come in as well and say. The ideas because spoke of conversations. Yeah I have a lot of conversations with the do pay about lighting, mood and tone and I wanNA. Know what color gels they're thinking of putting on a sacks that will influence the colors I put in it. We have. To. To make rules for our world. And decide on the visual language so aside from your department. Obviously, carly, who would you say onset? You work most closely with when you're doing your job. Well. Festival with beginning job. I would work very closely with the production manager I mean sorry, the location manager and Scott and you..
"reddin" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne
"Took off my shoes and sat on the couch while my face was extremely Reddin. Sweaty he looked down and said, is your foot, okay? I was like, what are you talking about? Only to see my entire sock was full of blood. From walking. They're there just new shoes. Like they're not shoes. But I right. Either way like I mean, I guess, like when you get it just the right way you know how like sometimes like a little cat will bleed so much. And you're like what's happening to me? Maybe she would, but like there, that's the Dita's usually are comfortable, but you never know like everyone has like different shapes of feet and whatever. And so it just happened to like this walk. I media loves on a lake. So maybe it was a big one. I was like, oh, what are you talking about? She he sees the or she sees her sock. Full blood, I quickly, stand up and run to the bathroom. And he looks over at my brand new shoes and says, they're not looking too good, either my love. She was full of blood from a huge blister on my heel, I ran into the bathroom to wash it off. And he says he's going to get abandoned as I'm trying to put my foot up on the counter to clean it off my phone falls out of my pocket and into his spoil. Oh, no, no, no. I started cutting up a storm. But try to play it cool. At least he had cleaned his bathroom today before I came in the toilet was clean. I walk out of the bathroom. He sits me down to put a band aid on my foot. I joked around asking if you had rice, he said. Yeah, I do what did you drop your phone in the toilet? Ha ha I gave him a look. And he goes, oh. Wait, you did really drop it in toilet? I handed my phone. He grabs rice sticks. My phone in its if it will help, we sat on the couch and not talking for a good few minutes. Then I grab my phone see if it works. And of course, doesn't he then says, I probably should just take it home to get. It looked at a nice way of telling me to get out. I agree. Head to my car Paloma phone to get directions, which, of course doesn't work. She can't have doesn't biggest fear. Like if you don't have a phone, you have nothing. Anyway. So she finally made it back home Monday came. It was super awkward, but luckily, they recovered and were able to remain friends, but nothing else, and that's her embarrassing date story. So I just had the same cell phone problem happened. You guys heard probably was I don't remember it was a few episodes ago. But when I went to Coachella, I got my phone stolen and probably one of the worst feelings on the planet is, when you realize not only do you not have your Uber app to get you home from the festival. But you don't have the address where you're saying, you don't have any of your friends phone number. Yeah. And it's a very like terrifying feeling when you realize there's nothing. Yeah. Yeah. If you lose your friends tonight, you're screwed of nothing will wander.
"reddin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm sure you saw Reddin and lift racing toward their. Oh, yes. Next year, right? This we've all been kind of salivating waiting for these two initial public offering. So we're gonna get a check on them and really the overall IPO market of the holy grail IPO's or sure especially now that Aramco is on hold of is toward Silicon Valley because valuing unicorns. It's big deal. I I get back to the world of business and back to Krista. Well, I want to pick up on that team. You know that SoftBank is a major investor in Uber and as a part of their agreement. Uber has to file for that IPO by the end of neck. Year. We were talking yesterday about evaluation on that company of as much as a hundred and twenty billion. That's a little too rich for my blood, okay? In terms of the equity market today. We had the Dow down about four tenths of one percent. A lot of infotech weakness, given the disappointing numbers from IBM that were out last night after the bell shares in big blue. I don't guess we don't call it that much anymore down more than seven and a half percent in infotech group off one half of one percent. Another major drag energy shares. They follow the price of crude lower. Crude in New York down nearly three percent we settled at sixty nine seventy five after the IRA said domestic inventories climbed by one point seven eight million barrels last week that was more than twice the rate forecast. So a lot of concern about expanding stockpiles the dollar higher by the most in the week with the Bloomberg dollar spot index up one half of one percent on the trade front. National economic director. Larry cudlow telling FOX business China. Is the problem? And he said China has not been responding to requests from the US government over trade yet. We were also talking earlier about the minutes from the last fed meeting day show, the policymakers were wrestling with the question of how high to push interest rates the ten year treasury last quoted in New York just under three point two percent. I'm Doug krizner. That's your Bloomberg business flash. All right. Doug. Thank you so much. You are.
"reddin" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"You want to do the seventies. And just to seventy. Yeah, maybe the one to five. Okay. That's interest in mice. Nostra view. Hey, you wanna pass over to the next radio. I'm not sure my right now. Hey. Fin it. Right. Okay. So you want to race. Thank you. Thank you. Strikes came from. Really. Good. Have you felt like you've kind of become Rawda since thank you been top five. Top? Six. All all the way through now. So it's been good, really baron race. You've got a brother as well max, who's better you say that you've what? What's your plan for next year? You're going to move up to the pros or fifties on pros, fifties, and pros and what what's made you come into cool Grayson. What's the attraction? So nature terms. True phone. Okay, that's good. Now old I as well. See years left immerse or somebody you want to be. If you could choose lie in say ten years. And I wouldn't try and make too much or. Okay, that's good. People have sit from this Donnie and Scott Reddin. They all come from lots of pedigree, voyeur what you wanna do like next year? Where do you wanna finish the champion? Todd, five, five. Sounds good to me. Finnan. Thank you very much and.
Texas school official in hot water for "black quarterback" comment
"In east Texas school superintendent who wrote you can't count on a black quarterback in the comments section of an online news article says he thought it was a private message. A Lynn readiness superintendent of the on Alaska independent school district in the piney woods about seventy five miles north of Houston in his post on the Houston. Chronicle's website read and referred to the last play of Sunday's game in which Houston Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson held the ball as time expired in an interview with the chronicle Reddin says he regrets posting the comedy says he thought it was a private message and deleted it as soon as he realized it was public. He says based on the comment. He says he based the comment on what he calls the limited. Success a black quarterbacks in the NFL are the Texans haven't commented on it. So he does he regret saying it or does he regret that it was made
"reddin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"So Reddin Gracie getting married. You know Brad he, was found Tied to a I. Think nannies, are, the cactus Bush Terrible yet cactus spines in former. Yes, awful, isn't that but she saved. Him and Gracie again she's she was rescued as well we're going. To, have, bright stocks and grooms dogs. In the wedding also we. We ran a. Little contest it should fun to select everyone is great oldies is has no is he has, no is, he said he'd like to be a witness the witness and, the people, that are involved in this And it's a lot of people of course the crown and, anchor pub, big thank you to June forgiving the pub Dogs ID tag does our friend sandy she's making, custom dog tags for the ducks to exchange we're also, want to thank Stein Pat because they're providing. All the traits special flavors just for the this Royal, wedding Buckingham Palace, and it's going. To be a treat bar so as you go to lots of weddings these days the candy bar the sweet bar now we've got the treat bar for the dogs on the scene, magazine for all the. Magazines to go in the strikes, the doghouse, for all the bridesmaids and the, and the grooms Br grooms dogs outfits Entirely fats for treats in the swag bags and a big thank you to wags and whiskers because they make in the pup cakes the Royal pup cakes for for the dogs Going, to be really really fun time thankfully the weather is. Going to cool down. We did check the temperature when we went the other day and soon as the sun goes down there's. A lot of shade that. Lovely couple of. Trees it just really nice it's all enclosed in and the biggest requirement is. That you come dresses if you're going to roll wedding so that means? Big hats that means. Fascinating that means the most loveliest of dresses to just celebrate and. Feel rather fancy, what are you wearing by. The way Jimmy can wear your top hat, I don't think so I think I'm, going to dress as an American visiting British wedding. I cannot be. I cannot ever be British you could if you gave up your citizenship but you, have to give me citizenship whereas I didn't have to give up my, right I don't know I haven't decided yet I. Know I'm going. To be working a lot, until I? Might be getting dirty no you won't. Get, nothing now we're going to decorate it in the day. Pants, flying in from, rocking. For rescues and that's where we benefit rocking for rescues is going to. Be fun I'm really excited. Going to stream it to and we'll stream it, on rock talk radio so make sure you follow, the page that. Day, we'll Creighton event for this so that. You can actually watch it live and we will also video. It so we have a really good, copy of it at the end tickets at twenty dollars. It's nothing peanut stuff. Such a good time with your pets bring your pets make sure the enjoy people and they enjoy other. Dogs will probably have a. Little cooling station. As well in case it does get a little bit warmer say we start. At six thirty seven goes down it was nice last night wasn't it? The weather is this. Weekend is awesome yeah we went out for four miles in the. Two monkeys yeah, can't get Connell knock it. Can't get so.
"reddin" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Reddin when he got sent down from new york to hartford and he would give away like i pads player the game and if anyone stuck up for him he'd give away an ipad i heard it was to the point where like guys on other teams would like rub him out on a fork jack and like all four guys on the team would go over there and fucking shaken the guys the fucking get the ipad i also heard rumors that you were fucking in the boys up with shit on the boss and like just throwing around your dough 'cause you weren't paying escrow at the time yeah yeah it was financially iran couldn't work out any better you know and i was with a great organization in the minors i mean you know i couldn't really ask for a better situation for the situation i was in so we made the best of it like the guys were you know the miners is like a the might and it wasn't even i team it was like these guys go and play for capital so i come down there and get nice time i'm probably taking some exposure away from some of these guys so i was i was just going to go there and be a good guy i was gonna go there and be a professional and and have fun with these guys and you know what tennis canada showing them that if if you guys if it at the next level happens this is the way you should be treating you know the next guy's you know and they don't make a lot of money some are real young guys so even like a joke about it but even like going to dinner for some of them even buying like the subs after the game and where they put their money in the you know after games in and conquer like a meatball sub yeah that's eight fifty and you pretending you're eating around for that dollar fifty back.
"reddin" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Mistake the incident happened last month the four officers are now unin ministry of leave johnson's attorney telling abc news that he suffered head and chest trauma there is no explanation that you can justify that level of force johnson and his friend are still facing multiple charges including disorderly conduct the mesa police chief says he's now changing the department's use of force policy restricting when officers can strike a suspect in the head david which thank you with to the index of other news tonight the severe storm threat this evening from wyoming to iowa large hail smashing car windshields already in dallas our weather team tracking thunderstorms hail and possible tornadoes tonight moving through the rockies and the midwest are tracking this over the next several days the abc news exclusive tonight tom reddin was the one accidentally shot by off duty fbi agent dancing at a nightclub in denver reading tonight telling us at first he had no idea he'd been shot a heard a loud bang and i thought oh some idiot set off a firecracker i looked down on my leg and see some brown residue so i'm still thinking it was a firework all of the sudden my from the knee down became completely red and that's when it clicked in my head oh i've been shot as we reported the fbi investigating saying agent will quote me held accountable the full exclusive interview tomorrow i'm gm egg and we do have a passing to note tonight actor jerry merrin die he appeared degreen clint munchkin of a lollipop guild wizard of oz the last surviving member of the munchkins the ap reporting tonight he was ninety nine funny tonight here america strong the original gerber baby all these years later and who she's visiting now.
"reddin" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"There's a fish which received a glass eye to stop other fish building it what are they billing yeah they were talking sign of weakness that's what happens george george was being bullied having a brain tumor fish could be so cruel don't you think you need they're kind of right if you've got bullies you don't deal with it by fixing the problem with the person who's being you speak to the bullies themselves and getting changed his parents ideally exactly doing basically is just saying that their rights almost that's true and it silly this ideal of the perfect looking fish we've raised up and we've tried to make everyone want to look like that if you want to have droopy eyelids i think she'd be not have droopy eyelids and having made feel like the con because they were saying that these owners are going to love the fish even more beautiful i mean that is pretty shallow is yeah it is shouldn't yeah i think if your fish is shallow this this is great these are they are so they're amazing the best fish the even the droopy eyelid ones they're so good so people are obsessed with them there's one guy in the article that anna reddin that dan selectively read he was he was interviewed nncholas chair and he has a fish tank which covers a third of his living room that is a big proportion but he said sometimes my wife complains that neglected children because of the fish to a certain extent yes i guess that's true.
Toddlers missing after mom shot dead are found safe
"In here with your news is vic thanks pattie a few clouds oh here it's the recovery operation that's according to police at the side of a bridge collapsed on the campus of florida international university in miami at least four people are dead at least nine others injured the one hundred seventy four foot long pedestrian bridge was built on the side of the road and had been lifted into position five days before the collapse how could this have happened this this was completely recently installed this is just ridiculous witnesses said it sounded and felt like an earthquake a us air force rescue helicopter crashed in western iraq thursday there are fatalities although us military ficials haven't yet released their identities we know there were at least two seven airman on board the h h sixty pave hawk that's an aircraft generally used by the air force during payroll rescue missions or combat search and rescue it went down in the western and bar province no reports of hostile fire but that's not been ruled out in the investigation unrest in real last night thousands of people gathered in the streets of rio de janeiro they're angered over what local police they're calling targeted attack a possible political assassination of city council member mariella franco an amber alert has been cancelled to missing suburban children were found safe last night police are still however searching for their father two year old jordan washington threeyearold lynn roby were dropped off at a family member some yesterday afternoon their mother twentysevenyearold lakisha roby was shot to death at a gas station at one hundred sixty seventh and polaski early yesterday morning the children's father lynn washington is a person of interest and today you're encouraged to say thank you to your bus driver it's transit employees appreciation day of the regional transportation authority is asking writers to celebrate and appreciate transit employees of the cpa metra and pace executive director leeann reddin says we all know the familiar faces we see each day become part of our daily lives in it's nice to show we know them and appreciate the great work that they do riders can help spread the word about.
"reddin" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"What they did do however is try to offer those cafe classics like a coke miss you a jumble in burma on a on a bag gets with just better ingredient so the bread is better the the meat is better and they do cheese plates and epa he chief but for me the biggest change and why i think this is such a good example and hopefully where things will go is that the offer their speciality coffee so not only do you have this very classic cafe space but you can get better quality coffee you can get craft beer on tap you have affordable some of which are natural winds and it just a great place they even do jazz on saturday afternoon so that is one of the only corner cafes that had really modernized all while retaining it sort of old world charm okay so so let's assume you get off the plane just give us a few suggestions about how to enjoy paris on a budget to really experience the food and the life of paris will the good thing is that there are so many bakeries now that are already very affordable and that do a number of things that can hold you over quite a while so um you know i'd say one one stop on weekdays definitely do pie these you dave reddin ideas basically is what that translates to and there i mean they have lines around the corner and not just from foreigners who know to head here as soon as they arrive but locals who go there for as their you know alternate bread supplier so they they do very good bread and wonderful pastries my favorite is the esque algal pastry which is shaped like a snail and has stash you and chocolate but it it is so heartwarming then of course you have the matvei which is traditionally the jewish quarter where you have a lot going on in addition to the full awful which is a staple you have on one of the sidestreets a place called ms non and that is an israeli import you have wonderful pizza sandwiches homus but what's interesting but what they do is they take the israeli pita sandwich and they sort of french a fired so you can get the the beef bourgignon peter.