11 Burst results for "rob sue"

"rob sue" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

05:35 min | 5 months ago

"rob sue" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

"A day. She's A. Bunny though. Darwin Dick. Runs in the family that's what saves US US plenty. That's the only thing they like he's me from putting her out. Dan, so you got a fourteen year old daughter. That's crazy like I had a Patriot on question. They're like they're like. To hear has a crazy story. He like left the house at a young age and tell him just tell the story that was the let me let me let me find her name because I feel like the Patriots people always want out. More Mama Patriots Hooman. Follow, a follow the here on page on. Is this five dollars. That's literally less than what you're gonNA. Spend on food. Okay. Okay. So here we go. Forza here for to here yet asa here Oh, first of all Christopher Blackman says ESA here to invite Nikki blaze to zooming with the homeys and maybe re too but seriously maybe, but seriously ask about his early days as a fourteen year old leaving home. So I don't know this story. Okay. I said I wasn't telling the story anymore. Market. Because there you don't have to tell the dog is is not even that is just like it's one of those stories that it's really fucked up. Okay and I never want people to like like I. Always, wanted to get it on my own merit I wanNA, get nothing like competing Sheffield Blair for your about your story came for such dark is like my fucking we August. Wants to live like I just happened to Dana's MAS different. So at fourteen. Thirteen I got a young lady pregnant. fourteen. My best friend got killed inside my house he was shot in the here while I was sleeping shit That's summer for the summer, my dad cancer, and then that summer got shot in my back and my son was born in October and I moved out the house right after he was born when you were fourteen fourteen, what the fuck yeah man. So I moved out didn't have any money anything. So I had to work at a junkyard go to junkyards pick up cans got off. GOT, out, of school to make money to pay for daycare and clothes and all types, it didn't have a car that times I was catching for buses to go to school from school they go pick him up and all of that type of Shit Man I was paying probably about. Between one hundred and one, hundred, fifty a week for daycare shit. Then one time I was up there going to pick him up and got there early and I was in the neighborhood. Let me go check out this day campaign for kind of find out she's paying twenty dollars a month not a hundred and fifty dollars every week. Okay. You told me because he was all state assistance and I didn't know. So Yes I worked at a junkyard till I was old enough to get a job at white castle that I'm working councils I would go to verners. Yeah. Oh Yeah. I go to Vegas White Castle it alive it yeah. I. Froze. When I moved my wife out here. I had to get a job because I I was I was doing okay on my own but like I got to other people that'd be hungry every day. So I. Take it like an overnight job at walgreens and I used to get the White Castle Nazis don't take society though now it doesn't. It definitely does your. Man. People. Always say like people want people got some things to say about white castles on sometimes. It's understandable but here's the thing about it though it reminds me of these own frozen cheeseburgers, my parents used by from Costco in bulk and and it just takes me back to this. Level style with it like my mom used to go. When I was a key. Catch cash check, and then she would always me back to double cheeseburger some white castle. So like for as long as I can remember, that's what she did. So every time I think by like it makes me think of times but like you know is what it is. So yeah. Yeah. So fourteen was a year I, lost my best friend's dad died I got shot he. Out So You know. ME. Right. Now go ahead. I got her pregnant like my second time. Have I was like search. Who are game week? I know right I know I I broke I don't know I got a couple of soft before I put the convoy ain't GonNa hold. Fourteen I couldn't hold back my whole game was weeks for Kim. I know nothing about thinking thinking about something other than what you doing. Like Mantra Game I was looking for. What point were you like? Okay. Started doing standup. Comedy and. I graduated in two thousand and two high school in two thousand two. I had saved up enough money to get a DNA tests and got a delay test when my son was my son. Found out, it was like a week before my senior Grad trip shavuot. At that point because I hadn't plan going college, I was going to stay there and take care of my son. By that point, all the scholarships was gone. Financial aid was going on that type of Shit. So I worked at castle for another year got my shit together started going to college around two thousand and three I think was the first time I hit the stage but. Taking a series in Saint Louis. Man, 'cause like all I knew was like cedric in a couple of other people and I knew I really wanted to act and my mom's like. If you do comedy you'll get Pigeon Hill and they. WanNa. They WanNa put you know serious roles. So I was lily going by the entertainer arrived the Entertainer Yup where where's Rob Sue? Don't worry about. SMART..

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"rob sue" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"rob sue" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"They want now if you have all the money in the world, what else do you need? Power Power, but if you have all the money in the world, you already have all the power in the world. No out how? Do the right thing, but these people a nation divided cannot stand. That's why they're pitting people against people they want. Don't want him to be together. They want these factions different here. They're there to make a divide against the people, so they can take over or whatever and. Some attorney called the. Nation's wanting to descend in some man. In Minnesota now, that's just crazy. Divided what's wrong with the idea of dividing up the nation I mean? Shouldn't we see that happen? Shouldn't the United States be considered a failed experiment and we'll just call it a day and have fifty different states that can. Experiment. Why does everybody want to come here? Well because by relative freedom, the the United States has more than a Lotta the rest of the world, but it's not true that everyone wants to come here. A lot of people do. To a bar hearing, keenan called thirsty our more often. Doesn't mean I really want to go there. It just means there aren't any better options available to me and you know what I thought. When the lady said that she didn't care what happened in fifty years. What kind of attitude is that? You, mean Aria. Yeah I appreciate. What she says who cares, does she have children? I do not. Well and I will head in fifty years for sure. I mean almost certainly dead and fifty years. Maybe. Not Maybe I could live to be older who knows? Well you could. Ban Family that has children. I will not have children. Talking about your other family members that have children. They may care what happens fifty years. I mean. That's their prerogative. I think that I think to some extent. A lot of people selfish of you to say that. Selfish Yourself was too. I don't think I'm that selfish. Because I tried to do the right thing, no matter what I do, and if you talking about legalizing drugs, we think's going to happen. They're going to be stealing stuff to get money to do. You understand they're already doing this Portugal. Let's give her. Some example. Criminalize drugs there and drug deaths have gone down. Drug Crime has gone down. They've they're spending so much less money. Taking care of a failed experiment that we're suffering in our own country. It needs to happen here as well. Sue The reason people. To pay the reason why people get rob sue is because the drugs are expensive because they're illegal. If you legalize drugs, then they become way cheaper because you can then compete and openly seldom in the marketplace. It's all house. It's all about the black market, so thank you so much for the call. The number one concern I have with the world trucks is crocodile the synthetic. Heroin that people are making because they can't get the real herald. That is one hundred percent product of the truck or get rid of that and crooked is eight, five, five, four, five, three, seven, like many of us all the distractions of the world, taking our minds and focus off what really needs to get done day-to-day well..

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"rob sue" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"rob sue" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Soros from Bill Gates I would assume it was trump brought those mail dates the Rockefellers and all the people there all together they want now if you have all the money in the world what else the unique power the power but if you have all the money in the world you already have all the power in the world now however has changed if you do the right thing but these people a nation divided cannot stand that's why they're pitting people against people that want to don't want to be together they want these factions different here they're there to make a device against the people so they can take over or whatever and some attorney called the United Nations wanted to sentence the man in Minnesota no that's just crazy you know when you should divided what's wrong with the idea of dividing up the nation I mean shouldn't we see that happens in the United States because said a failed experiment and we'll just call it a day and have fifty different states that meant what is everybody want to come here well because by relative freedom the new the the United States has more than a lot of the rest of the world but it's not true that everyone wants to come here a lot of people do the strain I'm going to a a bar here in Keene called thirsty owl more often lately that doesn't mean I really want to go there it just means there aren't any better options available to me and you know what I thought when the lady said that she didn't care what happened in fifty years what kinda attitude is that you mean are you yeah I appreciate it that's what she said yeah there's this he have children I do not well and I will go ahead in fifty years for sure I mean almost certainly dead and fifty years maybe not okay maybe I could live to be a older who knows well you could a family that has children I will not have children talk about your other family members the head look they may care what happens in fifty years I mean that's their prerogative I think that I think to some extent a lot of people selfish if you decide that everyone selfish yourself to I don't think I'm that selfish because I have tried to do the right thing no matter what I do and if you talk about legalizing drugs we think it's going to happen that nobody steals stuff to get money to do thank you understand they're already doing that so look at Portugal they let let's give her some examples from allies drugs there and drug deaths have gone down drug crime is going down they've they're spending so much less money taken care of a failed experiment that we're suffering in our own country it needs to happen here as well see the reason why the reason why people get rob sue is because the drugs are expensive because they're illegal if you legalize the drugs then they become way cheaper because you can then traders we've all bought books we've all searched you know we're.

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"rob sue" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

09:41 min | 11 months ago

"rob sue" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Okay the the full depth five episode I previously reference the other people were Oscar de la. Hoya and corn. And if there's three people on there are one of them on the vegetable medalist yes You know one of them was a total trash segment if they had three on there. It's like all right. We have One of them is like the celebrity gave us thirty seconds of their time. Yeah okay so I don't mind the idea but I think that we're still without a concept of what? What are we talking to these people about? I would like it if we had like two celebrities that had like a a feud or beef and then we had people come on to settle the score. So you like one kinda person one Taylor scrappers or selling okay. Well let me W Connie J Stan versus even still finding They're all that's professional wrestling their best friends about Cuba. But what have we ever done? Some sort of like a idea of what we watch judge. Judy would if two arguing parties came on and had to agree to whatever arbitration is. Oh so they're not arguing about a celebrity. They're arguing about. They're in a debate and they want us to moderate the debate possibly with a millennial judge in the mix also know what we'll potentially if if a if a person who thinks problems trash were interested in the it'd be welcome to join the panel but in lieu of that a you and I are going to settle cases for people. Oh okay disagreement is green room. Okay I was I. It has nothing to do with celebrities. It's different okay. Yeah I love IT I. We've mentioned this once. We email address. Anita podcast ROB's Web Saddam two or three people. Maybe it's a husband and wife. Maybe roommates may best friend's brother and sister settle this for us. Robyn Akiva Yeah I. It's called settle this for us. Whatever whatever we need. Yeah the court whatever it is. They're Annapolis Court okay. I like it No I love this idea. We did mention a once. I never set up like a dock. let's see if people right and we will hundred percent. It's a golden idea. We just need people with legitimate debate. So and if you're shy let's like the you know maybe number five. Hbo Show All Time. Or if you and I are hung okay Okay then we'll go to the supreme court to be settled. Okay I like it. This is a good idea now. It's a great idea. We just need to listen a lot of listener. Submission ideas are incredible but sometimes the submissions are attended attendance. Sometimes they just literally don't come through. We don't need thirty. I know we. I mean thirty. And we'll pick the two best right right and then so if you don't yeah and you are willing to abide by our jurisdiction. Yeah need a podcast. Robbins website DOT COM or. I love it. Yeah okay stand with me right see. Sometimes it's a pitch. That's one thing that become becomes something different. My husband has podcast. One hundred seventy six episodes of show and I wanted to see us. Yes Schutte finish the last four including a live show. I don't know yeah okay. Yeah what a take from Aunt Mira I. I'm so many nicknames. I feel like that. I hardly have any usable nicknames. They call you. What do they call you on your survivor? Season a lot. Rob Rob Sue that. I didn't like it either. It's a little weird to reach. It is a little bit of a reach. Their boy of podcast. A that's their The king comedy Yeah I'm trying to think talks. Yeah Rob that sucks the podfather. You have a lot of nicknames. They're just kind of like I'm not the you you don't think you're the podfather now. Pop either I mean I believe that Adam curry or that or Adam Corolla. I think it's a podfather. Yeah I think I think they`re. They're you know okay. I don't Know Adam Curry but I am Corolla. Yeah maybe he's the podfather All right that's all I have. Do you have any other pitches? Anything else for US know any updates on anything else. Yeah if you WANNA if you WANNA pull up by sentas s something. She picked the we already have their nap. Supreme Court set up but she sent us the an email this week Picking the punishment council so if we ever break the law the rap law and Supreme Court finds guilty. Then we have punishment cats people people submitted and she did the Her and her young daughter did the picking this week. So it's a short clip that you sent us. Okay all right As you do that we just got an email now from a Johnno and he wants us to name the mountain at more of comments. You want to do that as as you find the same I mean I think it's pretty easy right. Okay catch up Stereo. Yeah I think what Mayo relish I mean what are what are the other continents? Salsa harborview sauce or sauce? Hot Sauce Person. So I wouldn't be able to weigh in on that if it's you want hot ones if they asked so I have learning a little bit more of it. What do you have to so I know about the interview format but then what do you do? Then you have to eat hot stuff. Which soon would you say you've been learning about it? You mean not having watched one second. We're be readily apparent. What you do the same show. The same shows the same every single week. Yeah so I watched a youtube video about the interview style of the host. But they too. They didn't show a clip of the show. They showed clips of the show but Ling having to do with hot sauce with data. Okay so basically what? The show is sorry for teasing. I was just confused how you're looking into it but didn't didn't show is he has and it started off as celebrities and now it's like legit weeks. So he they literally he ha- he asked them questions while they eat wings. It's like eight different wings or ten different wings. But he puts progressively hotter sauce on each wing so lathered in sauce and by the end you can barely breathe in. And you're like crying out of your years. Yeah yeah so it starts as like regular barbecue sauce and an end with like you know you may die chili sauce right right so it gets a little hotter every time you know usually they make it all the way once in a while celebrity will tap out what happens on the show and the show ends. I mean it's it's always like a twelve to it's like it's slickly edited. It's like twelve to twenty minutes. I'd say it's a very enjoyable show that I may never watch again also like I I saw a bunch. I have unless there was like you were on it. Which if the show really falls off a cliff like someone I know was on it. Maybe I'd go back and watch but right now I feel like I'm I'm I'm good. Yeah I really don't like spicy food. I feel like you do it for. What am I stupid? I really like I really don't care. I Buy Yahoo. Here's who they had this past season Margot Robbie So we will Ferrell Halsey Pete Davidson David dobric getting heavy into Youtube. Sean Zach Ephron. Just him show. I shall amazed not eating hot wings on Youtube a-list celebrity that stone. Cold Steve Austin recently. Yeah the Jonas Brothers. I wonder if they got all three. Did they get the Bonus Joan? I wonder they got Idris Elba. Wow yes so. They're really they jin anybody. Seven seasons episode. Seven of hot ones is that was probably Charlie Sloth Russell Brand Russell Russell brand. I'm not a Russell brand guy. Though is he on your list of favorites. He's not unlike my cancel celebrity list. But you'd be in my top like my bottom twenty not necessarily my bottom mount bottom four. I would love to get your bottom. Twenty akitas least favorite selected easier. Yeah definitely a robber California. He's definitely my bottom for nowadays bread. Ormiston bottom floor for sure Yeah and if the Kevin Spacey off the list. Yeah that's absurd you like. He's not he's not even a celebrity mornings canceled. Okay Derek jeter ashore Derrick jeeter hater cheater or Yeah all right Do you WANNA play a Ye. Shes voice memo. She said yes. Okay I issues voice memo Let me see I am having. I have a bunch of emails including a Happy Happy Corner Gas Day. We didn't really celebrate. Corner get did we say. We're going to celebrate. Remember we'd rather put on the calendar. Yeah Yeah what are we supposed to do? Is there something we're supposed to do for corner cast now? I think we're gonNA just observe it. I think we forgot to so here is a message from our buds person. Aisha and she's going to tell us who is on the punishment council the punishment tribunal thing. That's correct okay. All right here. We go.

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"rob sue" Discussed on IT Visionaries

IT Visionaries

14:23 min | 1 year ago

"rob sue" Discussed on IT Visionaries

"The special guest recently named the edge woman of the year fair. What'S GONNA? I'm just honored to be on the warden to be nominated among such a great group of women? I mean. It's just a prestigious award in that. The people who are you know nominated alongside mirrors some really great well accomplished talented just formidable group of women you know. Intel. Vm Ware Number of great companies represented. And they're doing some really great things you know. I've been in the industry for three years so I run across a number of them already. Sino what they're up to and there's some really great things that are going to move the industry forward. Yeah and it's just Really cool to hear you know your background talking before the interview and I'm really excited. Share this with our audience so before we get into edge works while you're building. Let's take a step back. How did you get started in technology in the first place? I think it was almost like bit contrarian for me I was at Stanford and You know while those cs department does a really good job at trying to be more inclusive. It was definitely an environment whereas like being the seven to one men to women and there was sort of the culture there like women couldn't code or weren't going to be as good and I think that made me want to work even harder at it. The male colleagues coming in had a lot of experience females. You know we're first time out. I think that caused a little bit of a discrepancy in Tech and from there to get an interesting career path work in a number of large organizations and then venture investing in the tech space. So tell me a little bit about edge. Works in your current role. Sure so I'm a CO founder. A badge works focused. I'M GONNA market. That's always been my passion I met Colton three years ago at one of the conferences. That Gavin puts on IOT world. I'm looking at you competing for a long period of time As an investor I looked at enterprise companies originally started out in storage and You know from there moved into big data and that led me to a and whatnot but I realize was that people needed to make decisions off data a lot faster than before that it was the competitive advantage and ninety percent of the data is coming from outside of cloud and data center. I saw that in the big companies. I was working with us well so I started looking at competing. Pretty early and found. Hilton am not He sort of fit the mold of an entrepreneurial. Invest in The tech that he built I o fog was open sourced under the eclipse foundation. And I saw a real opportunity for us to become the universal edge computing fabric for the edge and become as ubiquitous. Hoop was for big data. So actually left my job in enter and joined up with them in co-founded edge works. Isn't that so funny? I mean you know when you see someone who's NBC. Who who takes the plunge to go to the operator side? It's like one of those unique experiences. investor turned turn. Co-founder was that I I'd imagine is a pretty big pretty big life decision for you obviously have no idea The day after I took the plunge and we signed documents to co found it. I found out I was pregnant with my son. My first child. I don't know if I would have taken the plunge otherwise because You know ventures a little bit more of a stable platform as well but. I'm glad I did. It was no turning back now and I want my son to look back and say he's proud of his mom. So that's awesome that's so quota here so what was that was that first year like goading. It was a lot of fun. It was interesting. It was harder to get venture funding because people were like. Hey how is the pregnancy can affect the company? And I'm like you're getting that question. I was COONASS GRACIOUS. And it really shouldn't have because Interesting story that day. I gave birth to my son was the day. We close our first customer. Actually or Yusuf's sign the contract and send it over to an oil and gas company and while I was delivering they signed cosigned and send it back until the day I deliver my son. I also got our first customer onboard efforts. That's incredible what story that is. So so cool and also really upsetting. You're getting this kind of questions. In today's Day you'd think a lot of people a lot more forward thinking. It's great that you guys here. At edge computing world have been you know to even think about having snored and recognizing such a great group of women and you know really like understanding the value and things that they brought to the industry. I think that shows a lot of insight fullness on the on the part of the conference I think you know all the folks who put on edge computing worlds connecting the inaugural events. It's something that clearly they see a need for this. You know that's why we were excited for. It visionaries to partner with with state of the Edge Metro Bureau and Vapor N- and all those folks to kind of start getting more information out there for our listeners. I chose technology leaders. WanNa learn more about this in kind of the nascent. Stage in obviously diversity of thought diversity of background is a huge part of this. This is a global problem. Birds Global Opportunity and it is really cool to see you know you an edge woman of the year and And hopefully it starts some conversations that you know more folks who don't realize you know stuff about edge can get get excited and get involved absolutely. I'm hoping so as well and look. I think it's a great platform to raise awareness and I hope other industries follow suit so beca jurors told me a little bit about you. Know what the product is what it does. What are your types of customers? And and what do you do for them? Absolutely so address Sir realized that you know people are trying to get down to the edge largely because chasing the data. And so what? We're trying to help. Organizations do really build a cloud edge. Continue people don't only want to run on the things and they don't only want around the cloud they want to have. A seamless fabric most customers who have like a level of complexity or understanding of of chasing the data. I want to have things running on different levels. You know running at the edge Where that that be the way the cameras etcetera things running on Data Center. They'll have things running at A Colo they'll have on cell tower. And how do you make that seamless? So that's what Edwards is focused on the orchestration deployment monitoring of applications at the edge similar to what Kubrick has done really well for the cloud. We're trying to do that for the cloud edge fabric. And so I know you can't share you. Know any internal details here. But what are the types of companies that you're working with sure we've seen a lot of uptaken? Telco FOR INSTANCE. They're an interesting group. We've seen oil and gas manufacturing smart cities and we're also seeing a lot of big companies get onboard as well. You know I can say that. We're working with companies like red hat like vm ware. Who are really understanding that there needs there needs to be an ad strategy. And they're really like taking a look at the open source. Obviously we've seen from the past. That open source built Internet. I built a and so I believe that's going to be the case for the edge and We're we're happy to see other people getting on that bandwagon and looking at that so closely. Why do you think this is such an important time for your company to Exist? But I think the market is really ripe for executing people are you know I think is been a huge push for why people are trying to get to the edge. People WANNA push algorithms down faster so they can take that data and make some sense out of it and more real time. Additionally infrastructure standpoint like imagine taking video data get couple gigabytes in our trying to push that back to the cloud. That's impossible to do even if you could do it from a cost standpoint. Nobody would so if we can take that data and right where it's generated synthesize synthesize it down to the things that you actually care about that back down taking gigabytes in band with sending it down to megabytes all of a sudden you can actually get some real insights on it. You have now huge data set to work with and I think people are understanding that addresses enabling not and so. It's a really good time for us. When you went to co found the company why edge works address the name I love my co-founder pick that one. And so I just think there is why I ask is. I just think it's it's kind of like you know question and answer right to me. Seems like the state of the edge. Right now is like doesn't work like what's like. How can we use it? How you know how is this? GonNa benefit us What does the future look like so I just yeah no I? Just I think it's it's an interesting kind of like microcosm of like people collectively are either waiting holding their breath or trying to figure out how what their strategy is going to be or if they need one or whatever so I think it's. It's topical yeah. I hadn't thought about it that way but I think rob Sue Wright everything you know. Obviously the edge does work. I think you're right that people are hanging back and look Kinda got an edge strategy but I'm starting to see a movement now where we weren't saying that maybe twelve months ago or people are taking the plunge and want to figure out. How do I build this build it internally how to put the Stock Together? Where does this piece fit in with this piece? There are a lot of players in the space now. And that's growing and we're all taking a different piece of evidence it's like cloud computing. You're not gonNA build it all with just one piece. Yeah you're going to bring a lot of these pieces together and a lot of these so when I kind of chuckled. When people are like well how do I know to pick you over that person and I'm like well? We probably want a bit of both right. You want to take their building and take what we're building and now you have like an Im- better solution right you can't you know. Take Care of the cloud Kuban and he's alone but you couldn't do you know you couldn't do all things you can do without it but I think the edge is going to be the same way..

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"rob sue" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:25 min | 1 year ago

"rob sue" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"John here every Sunday from four to six answer you can questions an occasional feline questions so that they dad your question is why did the grizzly bear cave that tell the same story over and over rob do you have any idea close last school is in clueless all right because it bears repeating back chorus I was trying to it is night was I knew he was so anyway okay let's run to the cell phone again we're react okay I think you are Fred are you there Hey Fred I've read print has done good good so what's going on so I have a shepherd she's five we brought her when she was three we couldn't read her normally the dog they just didn't get along apparently we had to do a side by side with them so we brought that same dog back over two years after that because it took a toll on her two years later we tried again and we would wait until like that you know one of the fifty or whatever she's been and he no lock no luck we try to do a side by side glass fall no locked inside but if I did not work the dog doesn't like that treatment at all the male dog tried to bite the face off the lady so now did with the dog just turned five our our dog just turned five and my wife is wondering if she is too old to try to have another litter she would like to try to get a female a barber so she's had she's had he did have one letter one letter of five Bucks yeah and when was and how old was she when she had that three three okay yeah you can get you can I you got to remember you know this is like a member dogs are seven years after us so she's five she's actually thirty five right right my wife but maybe a tool and so it's you know it's a catch twenty two but you know see that standing he when a female goes into the heat okay they they are in standing he tends to the twelfth day after day when the bleeding stops and when you touch your tail their tail go to the site now there and standing heat you have said like five days and it didn't take you know into it no it has to be like a like ten to twelve hundred dollars even fifteenth day into it the gore to standing he solved you wouldn't we had every day of your everyday for two three four five hours locked in a garage no lock up good like six days and then we tried okay it's almost too late now we're better tried with side by side and it didn't take so yeah my wife figured they were just friends yeah well if dogs don't work like that we should maybe try live with the basic rail well no the big thing is is that if she's not in standing he is not going to happen he has to be in standing heat and that's usually from the day the first day they start brie are bleeding you count out twelve days or ten to twelve days and then that they were they're receptive to the to the mail all right as to whether you know we have that here like you said yeah it's not doesn't work if it's something that heat that males on it at all if they know what to do and so but did they also too though what you got to think about now let's say she has ten pops you got home for looks and pops we have no problem with me she received a wonderful dog and the dog is that we're trying to be with her fabulous dog well we had no trouble I mean they were gone even old enough okay I just wanna make sure because like I say we are going to breed for greed would just want to read better the breed okay right yeah I know we don't have any trouble we also had their hips checked in the lugs check them all out on both our dog in the mail okay the legacy just make sure that she's a truly in standing he before you put the two together and that's why I say you rub the top of retail and retail goals to the site you know kind of like our eight two then she's instilled in heat all right every dog is different on that but he's to mark out that first day of when they start bleeding and then calling out accordingly okay okay okay good luck thank you you bet bye bye hi get that reading dejando but yeah well hopefully they got a good line in there better in the breeding of reading for grades what's up next rob sue is here with another pet with a digestive issue how to hi there okay yeah I have a eleven year old German shepherd mail and about around the calendar every once in awhile maybe even in six weeks to a month you just don't throw up a puddle of yellow an empty stomach and he has eaten anything else rockers undigested who even this talent has a long time like a day and then he'll be okay okay what's going on you we need still to bio that's a full we greenish yellowish stuff yeah right okay what that uses that some dogs they can't go if you feed him like let's see freedom at six in the morning and you feed him at three in the afternoon okay now they have to go from three in the afternoon to six the next morning for more than twelve hours and some dogs that can't happen so what you because that emptiness will make create them to throw up in there that's just the what what for some reason their system is like that I want to go I don't try to not let the V. D. B. more than twelve hours apart all right that's the case even if she's throwing if he throws up his food no that was you know that's the thing though is that okay now will be a new you are Sir documenting this stuff when it happens what he ate at how fast the eight or whatever type thing okay see the thing is is that it was just bile then that's the legacy them with their with their stomach is is is like okay like today I was coming into that they add to the radio show and I have four yeah my stomach is grounds like yeah I have a sandwich all right so then I'm just kind of you know like I'm damn yon and whatever so then but anyway so so this is a there was some dogs and there's some a kid said toilet because the food is relatively in their in their got system in their stomach a fairly long time before calls out because their digestive track we have thirty what is it somebody said that is we have thirty feet of intestines were it not has three to four feet of intestines all right what it uses only the stomach is out that's why some people can understand is how the I told how the food seems like a guest when the end is not out but it's actually been in it for twelve off Chris because it takes awhile for to do it to break down so I guess what I would do is start documenting otherwise if he seems healthy you know every running he's got the energy level everything like that start marking the times you feed them and then when when something does come up look back on your chart and then what then and then find out one of the time that he threw up the food okay what else was going on that day was or was he acting more active that day I did somebody gives up that your normally doesn't get you just you just got to start writing things down so you can find out what's going on here you have okay that's really helpful do you every now and then he also what will get like diarrhea kill and that you know I said just for trying to document like is he excited that it is that a is that a any possible as long as you know the parasite free okay I'm not sure that did so that they can have IBS irritable bowel syndrome as so that maybe can be sporadic so that's why die gestures that ensign probiotics and extroversion coconut oil extra virgin coconut ice settles the idiot and takes the information out of the digestive tract it's good for humans and for that as IBS of any kind and it's good for dogs as of that but yeah you have to build a very slowly to that what like a tablespoon allies one teaspoon per ten pounds of body weight and you build like over a two two and a half weeks to what you get you need for the poundage of your dog the maximum is three tablespoons that's the maximum per day I wouldn't have the mental health yeah and extroversion coke all right answer it's inactive that should have a you know help with that and then also like I said I would look and what food do you feed he has access to a crunchy I'm all the time and then his canned food is twice a day it's nothing impressive like elbow or something like we need to seize and diet you're you're asking for everything which is what you're dealing with you that you're you're on very low low grade and so I there again go to new to sars there's no reason is feed canned food unless you're giving meds and such like that you give set feeding times once in the morning once at night do not leave food out all the time because as even though you're not seen anything go wrong that's becoming a rancid and stale and so that's why the dogs is barely seldom can pick and then we put new forty and they're they're like give me that because now it's it's fresh is not ranted and stale he wanted his set beating times once in the morning once at night and then are the key and there's an old if you wanted to Camden pick some of the new to source but dead dog does not need can I never feed dry food dry at what I do is I put out for demolition as a couple dive would put in the bowl put hot tap water onto it floats nicely put it aside way to all the water is gone and is absorbed into the food fluff with a fork and and feel it and if it's all socks now for you to the dog now the dog doesn't have to break it down you know and re hydrate with the fluid that they've got now it's it's easier for them to digest and it's easier for them to extract the good stuff out of it as a like as if you wanted to canned food every once in awhile that's fine but get get interested and really like the crunchy stuff but you know why is B. we hold because a little bit out during the day and it's gotten spoiled and its its scale he's nine when it comes out of the can't it's fresh is like give me that yeah so if you start re hydrating the food you know and then may put your supplements in it or whatever type thing DOT you're gonna eliminate the what the digestive disorders that you're going through right now okay you make it easier for his system to absorb not break down that dry food many dogs have trouble breaking down that dry food they weren't meant to eat dry foods your processed food you're meant to eat meat bones and question stuff and so then here we get given this critter and you know these crackers I did I got to go do the bottled water to rehydrate so that's why I would change how you feed what you feed and then like I say that a probiotic digestive enzyme for awhile to read call me everything down that yeah extroversion coconut oil and then but it do everything slow because it you don't want to create more problems right all right okay where we are we're almost up to the top of the hour here we can get a quick question in from Mary Mary still here okay yeah hi Mary yep thank you hi hi hi what's up hi well I think you just answered my question just then the second to the last sentence thanks to the other person who called in I have a rescue dog they said that she's probably a mix between a blue tick **** hound and attacks and because she has the markings of a blue technical but that she's pretty because of the accidents is like twenty two pounds yes hunter and she always has been the first time she went down a rabbit hole.

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"rob sue" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"rob sue" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Dot com. Thank you for joining us in the final hour of the Ben Ferguson radio program for this Monday. We wanna talk about sleepy Joe also here locally, a local judge judge limply and in going to get into chapter and verse above Joe Biden who was against schooling integration in his first term as a Senator of the junior Senator from Delaware. But I wanna know what you think the kind of commissioners afternoon all of them. To amend and a woman have condemned jetlag plea expressing personal opinions on his private websites. So give me your thoughts about that. And we'll talk about bug Joe. But I need to get to Kim. She's been holding on and she's been with the the first break Kim. Thank you for calling. Thank you for holding on what's on your mind. I just wanna say I'm thinking, I think a way to get rid of maybe people wake up to co. And if we do the numbers if we do the numbers every year in every major city in this country two hundred plus people are shot and killed ninety percent black on black crime. Just ma'am. Condo six hundred year, Detroit, probably six or seven hundred. If you do the math sit down in a room up on, you know, put on flat patient and let wake people up and you never hear a word about that. You never hear the black medicine where you you. You raise an interesting point ahead and thought about that. Now, they may they may again, I want to be fair. They may talk about it privately but publicly and if you call if wrong into me I have yet to hear. Let's see within the last year of yet to hear from black lives matter about the black on black crime. Usually they say that's not the concern. Why is that do you think? Well, it's only when you turn right? They actually literally watched it with my own. Blacktop shout assess. Over and over again on the ground. They played the news. And the media has a lot to do with perpetrating division that on the news one second cut it off. You never heard it again had that been a different people two different rates. They would've run it twenty four seven until it was in your son. He in your brain in your mind. Oh, look at racism when when Cohen has nothing to say about, you know, hundreds of thousands of people getting killed every year across this country. And he's a congressman as opposed to maybe one every year on something like that when it's horrible. But if people cannot see this, it's just unbelievable me issue. This I know occasionally he will do tone homes and different parts of the city. I give him credit for that not been to a couple, and I said in the back and most folks didn't even know who it was. Thank God for that. I never heard them talk about these issues. Now, they may have Emmannce, but I have yet to hear him talk about the black on black crime the lack of resources for young teenagers, Mr. trying to do better. Have you heard this discussed here in Memphis? I've never unnerves me. 'cause I I used to ride a lot to do. I used to be an advocate not saying that when children were get shot by random bullets flying in their neighborhood play in the yard shot. He won't hear much even as I walk in the door home today. I'll turn it on. It's going to say also my shot, and maybe the parent or the the neighbor or somebody come out and say this they need to say a lot more than what you're saying. They don't need to say. This is ridiculous. They say we talked our congress fifth needs to stop. This is short extermination, which when you do the math is a number. Three every year. We're talking seven hundred people year. Well, that raises the question and you're right on point where the white liberals were the white liberals where the millennials in where the black moderates. I don't hear them which doesn't mean that enough the, but I don't hit him. Well, the white liberals are the are on the bandwagon with the race baiters, and they do they don't understand. They really don't care. Don't. I don't want. Don't continue care about black people when you can't say anything about hundreds and thousands of people dying every single year in this country, three hundred Memphis alone, just carry on from how many cities in in in in the country. Just think about that district. Memphis it happening in west Memphis. They just arrested three is happening in Vail Germantown to elicit extent, but it's happening around our community community. Where you live in. I live the killing just doesn't want to stop every day. Ten Flint nothing being done about. I mean, it's on fathomable what's going on. And I just wanna say real quick about Trump. I mean, he not what seventeen off like bowling pins limb. Yeah. I can't wait to see. Say much he just run on his record will. But, but but this one of their twenty separate investigations where the to get this out to get that. And the Mueller report I've read through that with two buddies professors at the university of this. We met three separate times we've gone through of it. It really clears him completely even know folks that want to accept that. When they look at the hate in the vitriolic been on the stand now on his children to and all he's trying to do any good for this country when he could quit tomorrow and home and make ten times money's making him. Hey, he is. But you're not gonna hit liberal say that. When they come up with all this forty million dollars spent on this pollution fraud, and they still while you get to all that money. What you have done with that money. And then they still want to keep going. Now, they're going back thirty years to pull up something. He already run out of the deal. He already got a home video where he's talking about how much law see took. I mean does that make him any less rich to make some smart? He wanted to the rob sue process three or four times in any rebuild his input that just shows his business acumen, and when I look at CNN bragging, they just went into brand new candy. Oh, we got a male. Oh, this is the big one. Oh, you mean this one where he already wrote a book and went to the New York Times already. Call him the comeback kid that one. Okay. And in well, get you before we go. Are you going to eat chicken? Let Cohen has in the congress. He's an embarrassment to to his self to his said folks still love him to keep voting for him the white liberals room fluent. But you know, what you know, they don't ever mention in the all the liberal media. They will not bring up this new complex will be you won't hear about that. But that's one hit him in twenty twenty like. Yeah. I just don't understand the love that the black folks have for Cohen. I don't understand it. Okay. Thank you, ma'am. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. deal just handed me a great story. It says top of bum advisor Biden is a candidate. Who is in protection program? And the constantly working with him to avoid gaps, which he just made another one. But it's this woman President, Barack Obama sheep campaign strategist, David Axelrod, said the Joe Biden's campaign seems to be trying to protect him from making gifts or appearing to be too old for the presidency. So we we've got that on the table. But I'm just amazed at so many of you don't understand what's at stake. Here. You got a candidate that you elected vice president on two separate terms who in his beginning. As the Senator said black folks, you didn't go to school in way phone. Okay. Biden praise segregate. Ooh, do this to missed. I gotta read this before we take a break Joe Biden praise. Segregation is stunned to Thurman is a close friend who believed in a heterogeneous diverse society. Joe Biden praise segregationist Rebublican will former Republican to the stump term and who's on longer with us of South Carolina. He said Strom was one of my closest friends, and he championed him as someone who believed in America's diversity. What about that liberals and vowed races which done seven was I give him credit. He didn't believe in integration. And yet bind loved him and believe him in. Hillary was rubber Byrd. She believes. She believed in him the grand wizard of the KKK. So what's up with the Democrats? I know some of your listening. Call me. Can you imagine a gentleman of Caucasian persuasion coming here in Memphis, saying, I believe in David Duke? I believe in David Duke. These my close.

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"rob sue" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"rob sue" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"How are you? I'm doing well. Even though I am I am a big Devon, STAN. And it's sad to see him out of the game. But he's not really devastated. I am devastated. He's but he's on the island of extinction. At least we get to see him. Maybe do a couple couple of news reports and hang out there with with reim-. He's reporting live from the field out on extinction island. Also, I'm very excited to have this guest back with us here on rob has a podcast. She's played this week in survivor history quiz before you hear her on the morning updates with Attaran Armstrong. And of course, she was our Aubrey expert coming into the season. Please welcome Mary quit Caskey Mary. How're you? Hey, robin. Jordan. I am so pumped to be on the first ever episode of Twitter. I'm here to talk about everything from the live feeds, let's break down the document room. All the show Mance who's eating slop who sleeping in the HR h room. What's the other show is this haunted? Let me get my survivor notes. Once I get wait. Wait. Oh, sorry. Sorry. Don Denton this week in survivor. The Rick in David alliance also known as the await sorry. We can't we can't bet on the air. The devotees alliance was broken up because the returning players weren't ready to enact the vote out the middleman alliance created by rob sue back in season six and perfected by Tony and Kaga Yang. Let's see if this season's Bodega Tony can continue to worm their way in with Kelly next week, or relegated rebound and save the day. The day America Cousy coming at you from the GOP news. Wow. Mary coming in hot Tyler Frederickson style. Well, those are the only notes I have. So I. Real fast, Mary what's worse. Name Twitter or twists. I so I feel bad. Because when I first heard the the will from America theme song when he said, let's talk about. Let's talk about tweets. I thought he said let's talk about twists, and I'm like, I don't I don't love twist though, boil to twig. Yeah, I think it should still be called fish. But that's just me. I'm old school. I don't like change. Well, it's now for another whatsoever history. We're talking about survivor present maybe we should do with a twist. Yeah. But but it's now he's a horrible part of this arrive your history, I think still works. Okay. Mary. How're you doing? I'm doing doing great. I was I was on vacation all week. So I I went to DisneyWorld now that yeah. Yeah. Was is great my my sister used to work there. So she wanted to take me to all her old haunts, and she seems to have immediately forgotten everything. So I can be great having asking her questions and didn't happen. That's okay. But we went to Harry Potter world too. So that was a little bit more. My my up my alley. Okay. You're up to speed. Do you know that I'm a hustle puff? I I have heard that. Yeah. I I am aware. We're that your health. I'm a I'm a raven call myself, but I won't let that get between us, Jordan. What how are you? I would say total Griffin door every every time I've taken online I've ended up Griffin door, and I think it fits. That's another reason. Able to do better math than I do to be a raven claw. Okay. It's not cool anymore to just say that you're Griffin door. I know I look I I know that's like the cancer because all the main characters Griffin doors, but I am a Griffin door. I know in my in my heart, and my soul that I I am not in the other house. Okay. All right. Let's get back to everything that's going on this week in survivor, of course, still to come in this hour. We'll get into everything going on on survivor social media. And of course, Jordan Kayla will be here with this week in survivor history quiz, but our top story at this hour, Mary we lost Rick Devon's who I understand that. You have a special connection with Rick Devon's idea. I do he he shares a name with my father. My father's name is Devon hausky. Yes. We we both went to Virginia Tech. So he sees from Blacksburg, and I lived there for years..

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"rob sue" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"rob sue" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"So explain this story to me. I honestly didn't I clicked it? And I looked and I was like I can't do this because black China stop really exhausts me we like band black China from this guy. Oh, we did. We did whatever rob Kardashian still remains like a very mysterious and interesting figure to me, I feel like he he's this weird shadow on the Kardashian family, you know, and it's fascinating. He's he's a he's a very weird like white elephant. He is. But it's it's just like, how dare you? Call him an elephant that is okay. That's something. You know what? I mean. He's just more like he it's more. It's not like he's just like this silent entity. He comes up in these weird places, and he causes problems like hill. His name will come up in these circles of energy. And you're just like how did rob who like we never see an who for all intents and purposes, like never leaves the house. How is he feuding with this woman? So basically this woman Alexis Skye, she got she so black China. Through a drink at this woman. Alexis guy at a club a few weeks ago, and it came out that the reason why she flew she's through a drink at her was because Alexis guy was like flirting with rob Kardashian. Okay. Okay. Like, I thought China was like done with rob. I guess, you know, they still have they still have the kid together Selva connection, but she knows RAV through blood China to begin with right? So so sources could connected to both women. Tell us black China did not simply invite Alexis over for friendly chat during a house pretty last week. In her true goal was setting Alexa, straight about her pass interact with rob which China found inappropriate. I don't really know. What in? I don't really know what that means. But then what was really funny about this Alexis like sh- after rob posted about Alexis. I guess they had dinner tonight. He's like woman crush Wednesday like Alexis Skye, he's clearly trying to get China riled up. Because meanwhile, don't forget there in a legal battle, which I will get too. So what's really funny is he post a photo of this woman, Alexa sky, and then she CI. Proceeds to follow. Chris Kim, KENDALL Kylie. Morning on Instagram. She's like Angela Kardashian who. Alexis kardashian. So that was really funny I thought and then what's also lawsuit. So then what ended up happening with rob Kardashian is that rob sued black China for property damage, including one hundred thousand dollars for pain and suffering inconvenience, which are right hundred thousand dollars for a motion distress. Okay. Great and five hundred dollars in punitive damages. Just a lot of money he claimed that she like attacked him. And she destroyed Kylie jenner's home where the couple was living. Because if you watched the show they were living in kylie's house for awhile again, again, whatever. So basically, basically that that court I think he won that. I think he got he got to the next step in that journey. Also, we didn't really talk much sky. She was on and hip hop. She was doing for a while. You have a kid. Yes. That's that's basically her. That's an that's it. And then the other thing was weird the towards the end of this summer bunny member her do you remember Senator over bunny? Yes. Summer bunny claims that rob leaked text messages between them to the press. If you remember that's how this whole thing with offset happened with oddly test text messages between who and who that's this article. Honestly, the blast makes it unclear whether it's like, rob, rob. But rob wouldn't leave when it's summer was the one summer was the one who they who allegedly had an affair with offset Bryant. Right. You came at me. Also, I'm here for you. I want to know what's going on. And I want to support you. But you've got the nerve to take my phone text. My phone this morning like some shit like I'm just out here trying to chase clout. But clearly it looks like every time a bitch hit the news. You your? Purpose around this bitch. Are you cloud chasing that bitch? All I'm saying is she's accusing him of leaking. But it seems like one person is involved in to text message leaks situations like it's more likely that that person is the leaker..

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"rob sue" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"rob sue" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Thank you Lou thank. You you. Have. A great. Night take care Bye-bye you. Might, my dad could talk Swedish Not. Fluently. But enough. To get them in trouble I wish I, would have, learned it that would have been fun Let's go to? Paul, and white. Bear lake Hello Paul AL how are you doing well thank you AM a, guy that follows so until when you're on. In the winter over the years plow, for minute's penalty but it's the best have. All these. Years you get a lot. Of that insurer but here your. Joy to have under radio thank you I really do appreciate that thank, you so much for, sure only appreciated having yourself by quick comment. For. You on. The straw thing and? I, think it's Environmentalists. In general and I don't mean to lump everyone in there because I. Must conservationist distinction because You know as, a conservationist I think, I'm an environmentalist in a way too. Because, I I'm chasing my kids around, turn it, off lakes which is I keep the each. Low I I. Keep the warm or the you. Know, the. Air. Conditioning a little higher than most 'cause I'm conserving 'cause it makes sense for everybody right right yeah when and what drives me crazy, when it's almost as if the people a lotta times the people with the biggest voice, environmental site try to shame you and and, I, think the masses like you've been saying all night nobody's for that. Floating garbage in the ocean and and let's just encourage people to be more responsible Yeah Nobody is opposed to clean. Air nobody is opposed to clean water and suggest otherwise is. Lunacy, I I totally, agree, and and you, know I think, I I don't know if it's media driven or what it, is but you know if people were just encourage what's already, said I think in in human beings to be thoughtful about what we have and how we take care of, it teach that when they're young and get all built from that instead of going after people as if we're doing something. Intentional Paul thank you I appreciate the call good stuff have you Rob sue you guys are coming up we have a couple of lines open six five one nine eight nine nine two six.

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"rob sue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"rob sue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And james then he then the daily guardian has again look through the lord illegality get cooking the commanding the desert gangs surreal a may and caravan and the midnight at the oasis flag maria mold hour and there are a couple of like minds hearts it even voices nice combination hope you enjoyed it on wnyc paul cavalcante with you tonight until midnight tomorrow noon until four spend some time paging through the american song book and beyond with me and with billy x dine and zing went the strings of by heart dear where news ma booed me i do hawes rome boosts thaw search news side of me sampha we're goose mile hough live grew i heard rossouw's e oh sd sir the law seemed to be an merv thom looney well this is admired ha your arrived moods guys grew again whoa screwed i but key laws do go through whoa who movement nearly stu oh rob sued by.

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