12 Burst results for "Bill Toby"

"bill toby" Discussed on This is Only a Test

This is Only a Test

05:08 min | 3 months ago

"bill toby" Discussed on This is Only a Test

"Will i had so i have a secondary channel just started one day as called technically nerdy. Because that way you can approach all of the things mcglade nerdy which lasers are technique long dirty so Here's the thing so I've i've had to use a second editor at times. He is his name is mickey. He works for abc. And every once in a while. I use him to punch up some of the episodes I he was visiting seattle so i met him for the first time in person. And at some point the conversation went towards video editors and what he uses any talked about him on he said you know what i love final cut x. As like what are you serious. He's not joke. Final cut connects two hundred ninety. Nine dollars. it's the best. it's the best. And so he sorted through the challenge. So what i'm gonna do is make a bunch of laser content with the glow forged doing custom projects and cool stuff. And i'm going to edit it fully in final cut acts and i'm just going to upload to technically nerdy number to see how it performs there you go so it's not only will be different topics but the look and feel of. It might be different because the workflows does is it. I mean your job guy. So i understand affinity for premier and both of you guys both came from like giant microsoft right bill. Toby joel is a phone call. Extra ten 'cause. I always was chastised for not calling it final ten. Well i believe it is whatever the person you're talking to says it is because i don't care honestly honestly yeah that's all they don't update premier again and break project file. That's a really interesting point about the workflows. And i do you wanna talk about both there. Workflows a little bit Enter totally act. Like some of the youtube. Channels follow the successful ones they. A lot of them have secondary by the scenes and there was one There's a guy who reviews toys like hot toys. And i'm big fan of those those figures in this guy over in I think it's he's based out of australia But all his stuff is filmed and edited on an iphone and consistency to it. I mean i get the film that iphone because we feel a lot of our stuff on my phone too and the cameras is fine..

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"bill toby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"bill toby" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"To remember a very small a likely to disappear, and so there's an urgent conservation since to preserving the habitat. Given. So many of them are in these areas that are warming well, it's a complicated question to do that, and many of these areas are already preserved in the sense that they they're occurring in nature reserves and that the most important thing I think we can do educate the public about how climate is changing. Everybody can play a role in reducing those emissions that will. Help ULTA warming and That will have much You know have an impact across a very large part of the globe, and that's part of why we wanted to do this work to help people understand that although organisms occur in many places today, it's taken the millions and billions of years to do so and given how adorable penguins are. Presumably, they're pretty good ambassadors for getting that message across exactly there you know everybody loves a penguin. As I like to say, and as a consequence, they can act as a real ambassador of flagship for many of the other seabird species and other species that occur in same environments that might not be quite as charismatic, but just as much. UNDIS- straight from the same kinds of environmental impacts, professor Bowie thank you very much for sharing research with us today. Thank you very much. Nice to talk to you. Good. Bye. Rory Bowie is a professor of integrative biology at Berkeley, and that's where we reached him. His Penguin Research was published in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Ten years ago, Bill, went to a closing sale at an Ottawa Antique shop the store was trying to get rid of inventory. So the gave him two statues one of Saint Theresa and one of Jesus he decided to put them in his bathroom and thought they would just collect dust next to the soap dispenser. Instead, the two statues started a decade long project to cover every inch of his bathroom with other religious artifacts earlier this week Mr Stobie's spoke with CBC Ottawa morning about the bathroom shrine he calls the grotto and why he's decided to take it all down. Gradually just grew and grew, and then I got into the collecting of items from garage sales and flea markets. People started bringing me things from vacation travels things that. They had in their garages and back shelves and So did away and from there it just it just took off and. People started to take an interest in it and the collection grew over time. I was just looking at pictures of your collection on our website CBC DOT CA Slash Ottawa and I. It got so crowded that. The little sink in the bathroom was filled with statuary. Now, there are no pictures of the commode. Please tell me that some of these religious statues didn't make it too close to that. No I well, they didn't make it too close to the seat, but the the top of the tank with certainly covered with things and Pretty much every other inch of the room had something did any of your guests ever say bill? You might not be a religious person, but I am and I find that a little questionable. Nobody actually ever said that the the the grotto offended them or that the collection offended them some people found it a bit. A lot of people found it a bit odd but no over the course of the the decade that the was there people saw it for what it was an unusual installation something that could have layers of meaning to it if you wanted to explore it but I'm just wasn't being done out of disrespect for religious for religious artifacts during the pandemic though you decided that it was time to make some pretty big changes. What happened Each year. I would take everything out, clean it all off the down wiped down the counters and things then. Resurrect the the grotto So when that time rolled around this year, I wanted to to do that and as always cleaning always I been in a bit of a reflective mood like a lot of people during the pandemic thinking about where things are going and where where, where I wanna go with my life in a in a readjusted Canada, and so those are buzzing through my head is I'm tidying up and it just realized that now the time has come, it's been. ten going on eleven years I. WanNa do something different than so it was time to to pack up the Gardo. Bill Toby speaking with Ottawa, guest host, Halley cotton them about a shrine he built in his bathroom. Post. It all started with an ad for a mysterious beverage called crank. You might recall that earlier this summer we spoke with University of Calgary researcher Paul. Fairy he had uncovered an ad about the beverage in an eighteen eighty three edition of the Calgary Herald newspaper. Posting the Ad Online Mr Ferri explained to guest host Duncan mccue how a friend finally tracked down a recipe for the nineteenth century drink. I think maybe two days into this whole saga, a friend of mine done lots bridge, Jennifer Davis found the the recipe in an old a handbook of American recipes of some sort. So I mean it does seem pretty root beer. So it's a Sassafras Parrilla camel blows which apparently just leaves cinnamon ginger broom altogether add some green tea for some reason, and then add some molasses east and then you've got your Sofa Abacha crown it seems it seems like a pretty vague recipe from what I've read you know sent to suit your taste. Yes. That's definitely the mystery element I think that whoever is brewing at we'll have to wrestle with. Blake belding is the brewer who wrestled with that recipe and finally quenched our collective cronk thirst Mr. Belding is the CO owner of Cold Garden Beverage Company which just released their first batch of the century old brew we reached him in Calgary. Blake we are all dying to know here. What does krong taste like? Well I would say it's It's tastes kind of like a herbal Saffir real out there used to be an ice cream parlor here in Toronto that had what they called South. Parrilla and it was kind of like root beer remember tasting it. It was a very modern variation on that. What about the other undertones? What else is there? Yeah. So it is it does have a roof theory component I mean root beer, the base of Rubio Saas Parrilla, and originally, Sassafras with a very unique aroma and flavor, and so we weren't able to use Sassafras. So he was kind of a collection of other herbs to try and get that flavor so. I would say it. It's like a very herbal. Dry Root beer it's not sweet. Molasses the showgirl from antidote but the the undertones of molasses very present. Still why were able to us? So we didn't know this at the time, but Sassafras has Slightly carcinogenic in certain amounts and it's also use it a precursor for narcotic production. So you're allowed to purchase it and use it at home, but you're not allowed to use it in commercial preparations. So we rushed out and bought two pounds of it, and now we're stuck with this Poison, powder in our ingredients and we don't really know what to do with us. We just a clip of Paul Fairy who first discovered and told us about Cronk in June at how did you first hear about this.

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"bill toby" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"bill toby" Discussed on KTOK

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"bill toby" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

AstroC?bala C?smica

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"bill toby" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

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"bill toby" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"bill toby" Discussed on Post Reports

"Very strong stuff very different from the kind of things that he says today, so have we seen Joe Biden talking now about this bill that he passed in the nineties. Well last year, Joe Biden talked the end of Lacey, pe- and said the parts of this bill had failed. He wasn't really specific about that. Although there's presumption he was talking about the great increase in incarceration rates that followed passage of this bill also stressed. A lot of parts succeeded there. Elements in there to provide drug treatment to provide counseling. There were a lot of other elements in the bill, but the the big controversy that continues over the spill is the fact that it did lead to a significant increase in incarceration rates and that's because when they decided to include in the bill hiring one hundred thousand new police officers as the president of the police group. Who Basically wrote this bill, Toby, you know that in turn required a more arrests than led to the need for more prison space. The bill included billions of dollars four states. If they adhere to certain sentencing guidelines, they'd get money to build more prisons so basically. The federal government was saying the states go tougher on criminals, and we'll give you more money, so you can put them in bigger prisons. So biting acknowledges the fact that some of the outcomes of this legislation have been incredibly harmful to communities of color. Well I don't know if he's said quite as directly as you just did. However if you look at his campaign website, under criminal justice he. Endorses the proposal from a group called the Brennan. Center for Justice which has proposed what it calls the reverse mass incarceration act. The basic premise behind that proposal is that they want to undo. The incarceration measures in the Biden Crime Bill of Nineteen, ninety four, and now the biting campaign endorses the just to that proposal, so it is essentially the acknowledgment that he wants to undo one of the major things that he took credit for for many years, and if part of the genesis of this bill was Joe Biden working in close contact with law, enforcement groups, and essentially letting them right parts of this bill, what is his relationship like with law enforcement now and are they backing? Backing his campaign well for a number years, some of these major groups including the National Association of Police. Organizations did back Biden for example they endorsed the Obama Biden ticket in eight, and then in twelve they did not endorse anyone in sixteen and this time around. They're looking at who to endorse. It seems unlikely in view the current head of that group and he is concerned about what Biden's talking about the day as far as the various police reform measures, there's a lot of pushback from police groups and police unions on some efforts to. To reform police departments, but there are a lot of police groups that once were very strongly allied with Biden and they. They're not anymore They've pushed away from that and our though Biden probably will sit down for interviews for possible endorsements does not seem likely that he would get them this time around so this fraught history of the nineteen ninety-four crime. Bill, how does that put Joe Biden as a presidential candidate against president trump because trump has a kind of complicated history with this as well you know, he considers himself the law and order. Order President on married remarks over the years that many people think are disparaging to people of color and called people thugs in ways that that especially people of color found offensive, but at the same time he did pass a major criminal justice reform bill that was one of the successes of his administration right so trump is going to try to take advantage of that. He's pointed out already you know when a tweet for example that he passed a reform bill on regarding sentencing for example, and then pointed to what Biden did with the Crime Bill. So trump does see this as a valuable political issue and he has. Courted black voters and for him. While he's not GonNa win anywhere near a large number of black voters he he wants to get at least enough to make a difference in the elections, so you know he has tried to chip away that and he sees this as an open because he knows that bite was criticized within his own Democratic Party over the Crime Bill by for example, African American opponents during the primaries Kamala Harris Cory Booker, so trump does see this as possible opening for him and. Trump has a very different stand on so many different socio economic policies than Biden, regarding things that would affect directly the black community. He sees this as a wedge to use against Biden, and he's already done that on twitter and most likely would do so during the.

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"bill toby" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"bill toby" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"And you've gotten he our bills Toby lord I've gotten your bills because I've got a six year old and we've been there a few times there's nothing worse than seeing that number but somebody came across a video on tictoc where a woman shared a hack to reduce her bill you go to the emergency room you get a bill for a thousand dollars the very first thing you do other than calling in asking for a review of the level of care that's the first thing you do while on the phone while they're doing that you also say I want an itemized bill with every single charge before they send it out of my statement any of those stupid charges they're gonna take a right off generally my bills go from a thousand dollars to seven hundred fifty they take about two hundred dollars off they're going to take this charge off because they don't want you to know that they're charging you thirty seven dollars for a bandaid they really do like very interesting charges in the I didn't realize that until I had my brain surgery situation and I went through like line if they gave you an itemized bill because I've never gotten one that itemized yeah that's how I did it the end date that's how I knew that the that one of the surgical procedure devices that they use that didn't work yeah I knew it cost a hundred dollars yeah but that's a device verses a bandaid or ten milliliters of Tylenol which I have no idea what they charged us the only an X. time I'll ask them to give an itemized and see if they throw that off because yeah kind of embarrassing to admit you charge me fifty Bucks for Thailand that's how much I that's how I found out how much they were spending all of those medicines they were given even vitamins the and they seem to cost more than like it CVS it's very weird so there is this conversation on Twitter people replying and other people apparently have done this and it's worked for them so I mean I guess it's worth a shot and is totally mentioned at the beginning that if you work in the medical field and if this is true that if we ask for itemize there's a chance some of that might be knocked off yes so if you can if you can back this up if you know if this is true eight six six washer from the number one would love to know if this is indeed a hack that actually works because I have a feeling you start to see a lot of people call up and ask you.

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"bill toby" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"bill toby" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Let me pivot to another language thing. Just to say, Brad. The character of Wilkinson is described twice in the episode. As being a federalist early on someone says, he's more of a federalist than ideologue or ideologue, and then Toby's conversation with Wilkinson Wilkinson is the one who wants to add the sanctity of Marriage Act the budget Bill Toby says you wanna this country's great federal lists. You believe in state and local control of education. It'd be anti-federalist in others. He saying to ado, state and local law enforcement yet. But I'm not sure you think there should be federal government at all, right? Yes. Although what's interesting is that people who describe themselves as federalists are often espousing the opposite. Like, if you look at the federal society date tend to be advocating for very limited federal ga. Government unless I'm insane. But will you definitely insane. But that may have no connection to what we're discussing. Here's what it says on the federalist society's website. It's founded on the principles that the state exists to preserve freedom that the separation of governmental powers is central to our constitution. And that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say with law is not what it should be. Yes. So they're constantly advocating actually against the growth of the federal government the in their total hypocrites about it. Because when it comes to social issues, you know, they tend to want to sort of impose just trying to get the piracy of these people who claim that are about the original intent and men are actually using it as a way to sort of Trojan horse their oppressive, repressive ideas. But basically Josh was wrong. Well, no, the the original it's been I guess in terms of your studying the original federalist, they were the procon. Itution pro powerful central government, click the anti federalists were more about the articles of confederation. And pro Bill of rights which the federalists opposed. But I think you've clarified that you mean, it more of a more modern day conservative anti big government way..

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"bill toby" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"bill toby" Discussed on Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

"So that we do get a better local following who appreciates just the original music, and you know, good to wanna hear our covers and everything and we perform covers all the time during live gigs. But I think at least for me, it's a lot more rewarding to hear feedback positive feedback and at times negative feedback from our original stuff because it just means that you know, we're putting stuff out into the world and kind of waiting for response. It just feels really good. Yeah. Well, let's hear one more song. And let's hear an original song. What do you wanna share? Okay. So this next one is called. I wish this is one of the songs. Yeah. This is this is another one of the songs, I wrote it had tune in my head, and then I came to Nathan, and I sang it to and he like magically had to Tara part. It was just it was just one of those. But I I wrote this it's about like family and friends that live far away. And basically it's just saying like the people that you really love do live very far away. It's just this wishful song about wanting to spend like typical days together or just like, you know, how when you get to know someone really well, you just kind of like it doesn't have to be big events, but just spending like single normal day with them, really good. Fano them a lot better on personal basis. And a lot of our family lives like pretty far away and I've been in a long distance relationship. So it's this has been like it's a combination of those two things I kind of like. You played this at flour stock. I remember you telling this story. So let's hear it. I wish. So far. Miles. Savak small. Wine too. Two. It's. Nick. Silence. Fill space. Race bill. Toby?.

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"bill toby" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"bill toby" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"And then over the months, it turned into something else. And that's it. I don't know. There's it's not. It's happened pretty organic. Really use that as your nickname like Mandel. Rat coverage now is, is that weird. If people people do call me right, garbage at the gym, they do. Yeah, this is great. A lot of people they just know me as that. Oh, it's garbage on Instagram. So that's, you know, that's one of the nicknames that could that I would take. I mean, it's not. Drool, but I'll take it. No, I think you need to run with it. I think it's phenomenal and that your Twitter name is no tweet Mandel because I guess you don't tweet a lot. You're sort of antisocial media, right? Not like a firm stance. I just it takes too much of people time. Even my son and I try to stay away from it. But I find myself, you know, two AM in the morning, scrolling through food or something like a door. You take a step back and you're like, what have I done right. Regret immediate. Well, if we can just rebrand everything, Twitter, Instagram, nickname, and just go garbage. I predict in a year, you'll have a title shot Bill Toby all over that. That'd be nice. All right, let's do it. The other requests that I have is we fight a little more often. Why are you taking such long breaks in between your fights? Fighting is crazy, and things have to line up to get fight like you ask any fighter. They always fight injured. It just depends on the degree of injury. So I've had a couple of setbacks in terms of my physical health just because of how taxing training is on the body, and then matchups are very hard to come by and in eastern Canada, where I, I came up as a pro. I'm sure you've heard that from a lot of young guys in Montreal area. So that's another factor. And yeah, I would love to fight more. I mean. The only way to be very good. Fighting is to be in the cage, gets much case time as you can't. So I would like that too. I know that Biltmore has, you know, sometimes they'll put like local guys if you on the undercard but they don't have long-term deals. Do you have a long term deal with them? Yeah, I got two more fights on this contract. Okay. Do you feel like next time you know for the next they're gonna push, maybe put you on the main card feature you a little more. Is that in the works. I would assume so. I mean, it was a good showcase with my skill set and people seem to appreciate my personality a little bit. So yeah, bring it on. I'm I'm out. Your body of work speaks for itself. You've never gone past the second round. All finishes to knock outs in bell-tower, submissions galore, your fun fighter. I think they need to get behind you. You're the kind of guy that they need to get behind. You're the perfect union, your fresh face. You've got an amazing nickname, great finishes, come from a well known camp. Let's go. Let's go put TriStar on put the pedal rent. Narva John among Canada. Yes, it'd be great if they went to Canada, that'd be perfect for someone like you. I very to twenty nineteen about sort of Canada. Toronto. Oh, yeah, that'd be great. And your name is a very unique one. What is the the the the history behind Mandel Nahla where where's your family from. Yes. So I was born in Vancouver BC and grew up in a small town at west called Suk BC. She's around Victoria, but my dad is from Sierra Leone, and my mother is from England, and they met when she was in tier Leone, and then we kind of bounce around as a family..

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"bill toby" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"bill toby" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"The snapping the snapping now yeah you've heard of the findings so it's like when the celebrity clouds got leaked and all that but this is the snapping so this is a there was a there was an up the essentially screen shots snapshots without letting the people know and they stored those screen shots not jots on their servers that server got hacked and all those it's about two hundred thousand snapshots leaked creepy creepy shit man yeah i should exert oh it's so easy you can look look up screen shot snapchat i'm sure screen ship fair because i had seen who's the actress that was on divergence that women actress anyway heard got leaked and and i did i looked one of our boys to me and i felt i felt bad about looking and she came out with a statement and she said that if if you're looking at these pictures it's a violation of my violation of men is like doug i felt like shit after look at anytime anybody from here on out was like yo check dis they late and i'm like fuck naw can't bill toby i totally agree in what i sustain with snapping is that there was there was like fourteen year olds on yeah i went i went into pictures and the videos and i wanted to see what was on it because that's what i do i do that in the dark net too i want to i want to verify thought it's i'm actually risky for me to be on it because technically that's downloading child porn but you know like but i have logs and stuff showing that's for educational reasons so i'm writing about concurrently so that tank that's all right but whatever so like that's that's fucking terrified you know like your daughter could have your fourteen year old daughter could have her nude says on the internet on what the worst the worst thing about it is is that people know that they won't put it on their sites so you think that's not there but i found it within five minutes i found it download for it on qatar within five minutes and i went to in for a couple of minutes and knocked out realize i it is real and the all this stuff is there and i was like okay it's just it's i don't wanna look at that shades violating but i wanted to verify that it was real but i can happen i have no idea how often that's happening so like you just be so careful what you post on because like if you look out this happening no sites that index but i still found it in five minutes so still there even though sites can legally have it's still out there like it's the fine at easily so it's you know that's the scary especially if your children like just be they should know by like from the second you give them a top or computer whatever we're fucking adults we have the we have the ability to make these decisions and then and then lived through the consequences but children don't they don't have their brains aren't fully developed so if you give your kid a toddler chose fucking be so so so careful especially in the hyper sexualize culture we have right now they might think i'd like eleven is totally okay to send like a nude snapchat you know to some random dude put under story like how would they mentioned if you don't tell them now and i'm not even super like because i'm not like super i'm not conservative when it comes to like bodies and things like that but what you're alluding to is things like peeping having access to this information cooks because i'm not like super sensor a lot of things from our kids like cussing in the movie shit like that doesn't bother me but like i i would i would censor because yeah that's what i'm saying sorry go on yes i jumped now you're straight because just like you said they don't have that choice if it's just being fed to them and i.

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"bill toby" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"bill toby" Discussed on The Starters

"We've had a blast obviously with kobe week which is now spend over the two weeks here it's very confusing but we had the kobe crossfire we had the mamba memed team we've played what she got looking at kobe's career there's one thing left to do and that is to countdown kobe's top 10 plays of his career started number ten that makes sense kkob you might remember baptized then rookie dwight howard that was dwight sixth game emily and bill toby welcome them to it and number nine final game of the regular season the two thousand four kkob ties in a regulation with this ridiculous that goes in double overtime wins this one in four we're gonna have a bunch of game winners here on this ten list here's another one two thousand ten cobi versus the heat the balance banks shot off the wrong foot and gets a we get the ball back over there but he's running away from the lakers win game 7 of the western conference final on their way to their first title kobi two shack it's so beautiful might be assisted here this is an iconic shack any moment last minute of the game to seal it and shack running back also quite icon at number six 2003 playoffs team five versus the wolves ball gets swung around akobe in the corner and he'd dunk soil over in around twenty seven the voters in kg international mr rich and kevin marlon on the call it was so good.

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"bill toby" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"bill toby" Discussed on The Starters

"We've had a blast obviously with kobe week which is now spend over the two weeks here it's very confusing but we had the kobe crossfire we had the mamba memed team we've played what she got looking at kobe's career there's one thing left to do and that is to countdown kobe's top 10 plays of his career started number ten that makes sense kkob you might remember baptized then rookie dwight howard that was dwight sixth game emily and bill toby welcome them to it and number nine final game of the regular season the two thousand four kkob ties in a regulation with this ridiculous that goes in double overtime wins this one in four we're gonna have a bunch of game winners here on this ten list here's another one two thousand ten cobi versus the heat the balance banks shot off the wrong foot and gets a we get the ball back over there but he's running away from the lakers win game 7 of the western conference final on their way to their first title kobi two shack it's so beautiful might be assisted here this is an iconic shack any moment last minute of the game to seal it and shack running back also quite icon at number six 2003 playoffs team five versus the wolves ball gets swung around akobe in the corner and he'd dunk soil over in around twenty seven the voters in kg international mr rich and kevin marlon on the call it was so good.

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