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"boto" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Every single day. Jared Yellow Boto has A habit. Rather than saying our hmm, it's you and I You He, him and I no, no, no. But it's the U. N eyes is the one that's more than you do. But hang out with me. And also, Nick, you don't say hang out with I So that's how you believe me. I know that's how you that's how you gotta train. It would be our Facebook page. Not you and Isaac. Yes, He was a nice way from Philadelphia. Using eyes is gonna go down there and get something. Look, I look at this story about a kid. He's e Don't know if you guys have opened this lane could AH theory. Ums 27 year old creator is now the world's youngest crypto billionaire. Was a picture of this guy. He looks like a 12 year old who hasn't slept or had anything to eat. Five years. The Sun has never met this person. I'm glad that they created a theory of and he's a billionaire, but he would not recognize the son if he ever comes out of the cave that he built this whole theory a minute. Now ball have you see you got to see this guy? I mean, it's amazing. I think the picture that is actually what he's younger. This is 2015. Now is he partnered with Elon Musk? Because musk pushes a theory into a theory. Um, is the wallet that you use for non fungible tokens? Used that coin for that Somebody else does. I don't know. Russian Canadian programmer. Yes, you could. You could take a shot, Little Colony. Yeah, he looks like, but he's a billionaire. Hey, that makes some hot. The tally The Talic Budarin vitiligo between I need a little soggy. Now that you have your first billion, you can come out of the basement. And see the sun. It's a vitamin D. I don't mean son. No sleep either. No, I'm working on this program. It's very important. Very important. All right, let me get you some audio here that we don't leave all the audio on the table. So we're going away. They don't let us if we want to. We try to do shows on Saturday and Sunday. They don't let us we're gonna shackle here. I can't leave until I play this audio well know that someone was saying was saying is we try to get it on Saturday and Sunday and they won't let us, Sharon said the opposite of what you're yes. Sometimes they make sure to put the best stuff together every weekend, right that you don't get paid for. That's true. Saturday nights from 7 to 10. Every bit of that is true. Yes, there is a best of that has put together and played over the weekend and the other part that you added at the end that I don't get paid for it. That is also true, Jared, you should like a mutiny or something and not Yeah, that make the best echoes well known 2020. I'm not gonna do that way. Still have to stick. It apparently is probably somewhere in the contract. I never read the contract of just saying you trust I would. I'd do the same thing. I would. I would. I would shame you for not reading it. But if I was handed a contract, five little words, Trust me when I bought my house, if only never bought one house. You go for the closing the lawyer's place. There's like 100 doctors. Just whatever the lawyers saying that sign here. That's for Bob. Blah, blah, blah. Okay like I come here, it's great. I could be signing away my Children. I have no idea. Yeah. Not going to read all that. Just why would you not just e? I don't know. I just go to Alaska by getting drunk legalese. Garbage. Go live with Steven Seagal in Russia. That's right. Get on the right to be, But he has a spare room. Yeah, well, does that do place? Steven Seagal on one side ever. Snowden on the other sleep in the coach. Yeah, absolute of them's messy. One of them's extremely organized. Working on the Russian. I heard Steven Seagal and ever snow with around the town in Moscow when it's all over, Steven Seagal turns to ever, Snowden says. We need to go back to you and Isis. All.
Shape shifters, with Worst Foot Forward
"The most common example in europe and later america is the werewolf accursed man who turns into a bloodthirsty beast under the full moon. The word where wolf comes from the old english rare for man and wolf for wolf. Dvd players and underworld fans. Please resist the urge to correct this to liken throat. Because they're actually different things. It has a parallel etymology from lucan therapists in the greek for wolf and human but it originally applied not to supernatural. Bc's but to people who thought they were supernatural beasts bc's according to the physician galen when people these days present with animals delusions they may be diagnosed with clinical like hanthropy like throats can transform at will and they have a more specific story than where wolves as an institution do in greek mythology lie cone the king of arcadia who got it in his head. That was not as initiatives people believed and that he was just the right guide approve it in the most popular version of the myth like cohn held a ceremony and feast to honor zeus. Zeus showed up. The main dish on the table was the roasted flesh of cones own son. Nick demus scheme being that would eat nikomas thinking it was pork thus proving. He wasn't all knowing turns out he was rather than kill like own. Outright zeus turned him into a wolf and resurrected the prince who then ascended to the throne but where wolves unlike in throats. There are half a dozen underworld films if you need more of that and even though there are many different werewolf legends in many different cultures. We're going to do our best to stay out of europe and away from wolves today as usual much easier said than done. Let's spin the globe around and see where to stop and stop brazil. The home of the boto and can tato the dolphin-shaped shifter of amazon river folklore during the day. The boto one can tato cavorts in the amazon living. It's best pink dolphin life if you've never seen pictures of pink river dolphin there's a link in the show notes. They're sort of mother. Nature meets lisa frank at night though the boto transforms into a handsome young man who seduces girls gets them pregnant and then pops back to his river. Come morning you will see this pattern of behavior repeatedly today the boto and can tato loves a party. They can't resist inviting themselves. So if you're having a get together in the amazon river basin keep a close eye on your single girlfriends because it's really hard to serve a dolphin with a paternity suit. You should be okay if your party is endorsed. Though boto cantatas may look human but they have a distinct tell they retain their blow holes on the back of their heads and will always wear a hat to hide it asking that handsome stranger to take his hat off inside may be the only way to reveal the bodo and cantata renowned for being charming to the point that partygoers will beg them to stay even as morning encroaches and the bowen can tato needs to get back to the water and they aren't one trick dolphins either they have the power to control storms and can transform humans into an cantatas themselves or afflict them with disease or insanity. Most people who live near the amazon won't go near it between dusk and dawn or won't go in the water alone during the daytime because in cantatas are fond of ducting humans. They fall in love with the children born of their dalliances or just anybody near the river. Who looks like they be good company.
"boto" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Capital of the world, Las Vegas and the legendary bootlegger Italian bistro on the South Strip. It's breaking bread with Bobo. So now let's wine and dine with Dennis had today's special guest from celebrity table 30. Here's Dennis Boto. Hi, I'm Dennis Bono and welcome back to another episode of breaking bread with Bono from celebrity table 30. The legendary bootlegger Italian bistro. The entertainment capital, the world Las Vegas now Today is most unusual because I'm gonna throw the ball. Into my producer, Um, Engineers court and he's going to interview me because I'm so thrilled and fortunate enough. You have my Daughter. Police, who flew in yesterday from Connecticut Boy hadn't seen in quite hasn't been here in almost a year. A ZEY commentator is sort of a social commentator. As I tell my story and And Sean interviews me, Sean McGee. My daughter will be interjecting and telling probably some truth which I may be unaware of. But she's gonna talk about her perspective. Police. Good to have you here. Thank you. I'm going to throw this over to our host today. Thistles unusual for me to be on this side of the mic and I'm sure it's unusual for you to be in front of the mike. But Sean, the ball's in your court. Thank you. Thieves aren't new guidelines. The tables have turned. You think? Yes, they have, Um how would just like to say it's a pleasure? Okay, So it's been fun having you here it has it has. I love the stories. Okay, so so little recap. Okay, So what would you say? It all started when you were in kindergarten handprint Impersonating Johnny Ray? Well, that's the story. You know, I grew up in in his dead, least knows this part but I grew up in a household where nobody was professional. When it came to music. It was just a household full of music constant, whether it be the radio whether the record player I don't know, maybe it has to do with our my ethnic background. Being Italian. It's just music is an important like food. You know, It's an important part of our culture on you know the food, the music and camaraderie. It's all goes hand in hand. So I was a kid growing up from the moment I could walk. I would bounce, you know, to music and stuff, but I think my story that I've shared so many times over this past year. Eyes when I went to kindergarten, and I didn't impress, you know kids are doing Um Show and tell. And, uh, you know, seeing I'm a little teapot, Itsy bitsy spider and I got you know up and did an impression of Johnny Grace and cry and get on my hands and knees and tore open my shirt was a popular song and they sent me home from school because there's something Wrong with this child, and obviously they were right. So yeah, that's really where it all started. I'm feeling very badly now for kids because they're not able to go to school. And not only are they missing out on the academics and they say they're learning it at home and You know doing it, Uh, on visual with a computer and stuff, But the social interaction? Yeah, is really a very valuable Part of growing up and I went to school because it was a place for me to have fun. Who's this? I went for the social environment I didn't like, like Jason. Like my grandson, Jason. He just you know, school was like, Oh, good. This is home base to play for me, toe entertain, you know, and I kind of did the same thing and I anything I could get involved with other People like I was athletic, but not athletic enough to be, you know, first string on any team or anything like that. So between personality, whatever musicality was in my blood Would join, like choir or the chorus or any dramatic Clubs because it allowed a lot of interaction and choir Ironically enough, I got thrown out of choir, not because I couldn't sink but because I just I used it as a springboard for me to have fun, you know, And if you're trying to teach things teachers wouldn't appreciate that, you know. Your daughter's different. Yeah, Felon does like school for social reasons, but, you know, she's definitely focused on the active chemist, but Dad was able to, um Give myself and my kids great subjects when it came to projects screaming because we would always do it on Dad, you know, like growing up with a father who's you know a singer in Las Vegas or an entertainer for me? That was not even anything that the kids I went to school with even could associate with And now my kids have done that to when they say, you know, pick one person to do a project on it. He always picked up. He's got these really cool. Well, you know projects done for the kids because it's unique from where we live in Connecticut. That's gonna compensate your mother. You know, when I married your mom, you know, I just gotten out of the service. Yeah, And when I I think I mean, she had She knew that music was an interest. Well, she thought she was marrying in English. She thought I was gonna be an English teacher, and it was okay for her. You know, she accepted? No. She accepted the fact that on weekends, I was going to go out and sing with bands because that's what I had done prior to getting drafted into the Army. And and it would be. You know, supplemental. It would be not only enjoyment but a way to supplement income. And she thought that that would my that would be my perspective. Probably forever. Well, when I get out of the service, and you know my perspective, and I got married, my perspective change, and I wanted a Keep pursuing the music. So I ended up going out on the road, which I think your mom was very happy about that time. And matter of fact, there were times when your mom came with me. Yeah, Yeah, She did have some fun, but Use. It is a difficult business, so but anyway, it wasn't way were married. How many years? Yeah, but how many years before you were born? Six years. Yeah. Married six years before Least came along shoes. Yeah, when I was born, you know, weekends at the nightclubs was the thing. That's something that I remember growing up as a little girl just being taken to wherever he was that was, you know, in a distance that you could drive to On the weekends. Did you? Did you meet the guy with the one hair wrapped around his head? Knows that later, you know that. You know she didn't. She didn't go to that club. There's a lot of stories that even she doesn't know really before me, But I did meet some crazy care..
How countries could recover from coronavirus, and lessons from an ancient drought
"Now we have contributing correspondent. Kaikaku for Schmidt. He's written a piece this week on Corona virus phase two or recording Tuesday April fourteenth. So Phase Two. What happens after cases? Slowdown had countries. Come TO UNLOCK THEMSELVES. Haikai. Sarah it doesn't seem like there's a straightforward answer to this question like. It might be a lot easier to lockdown than to unlock. Is there any kind of consensus on how to do this? There isn't a consensus around this. And it's GonNa look a lot more varied. I think that the first phase did I mean. Most countries have did more or less the same thing. I mean they instituted Pretty Harsh. Social distancing measures of physical distancing measures someone further than others but the basic aggressive. He was the same. Once you have the cases down you might be able to relax some of these measures and then of course it depends a little bit on the country and culture and also what seen as politically more important which ones you want to relax. Not which ones you can relax without giving the virus too much of a chance to rebound right. The country's kind of have to balance safety their economy and the freedoms of individuals of the citizens. It's tough to solve this especially in in different contexts. And as you say your story a lot of researchers are focusing on the effective reproduction number. Why is that more important than say? New cases or deaths from Kuroda bias the basic reproduction number of pathogens just means how many people does one infect a person intern? In fact we know that there's a range measles is incredibly infectious? So on average one person will infect maybe fifteen other people and then there's other viruses like say you below a lot lower so it's like one point five to two point five and the basic point here is if one person on average infects more than another person. You get the steep climb in cases and the outbreak is growing everything that we've seen so far with the physical distancing has been trying to make this value of ARGO below one. So trying to make sure. That every infected person infects less than one other person so that the outbreak slowly comes to a halt and there are different approaches to moving this value social distancing when she talked about contact tracing and then also you mentioned in your story monitoring borders. Let's take these one at a time. Kind of how they impact the value. So for example contact tracing this is keeping track of all the cases in the country contact tracing and finding cases and testing really belong together again. It's a very simple idea. We know that we can stop any infection from spreading if we find the people that are infected and isolate them before they can infect anyone else or. If we can't do that we can try to find who they were in contact with and then take these people before they can affect somebody else foreign team. The problem is that we haven't been very good at that one plan from Johns Hopkins University. Where they say at the. Us needs an additional one hundred thousand people to be trained to do contact tracing. I mean just to give you an idea of what a scale up of these capabilities will look like yeah. I saw yesterday that New York state one percent of people are infected. I mean can you imagine contact tracing? It's the Paul. We missed an opportunity at the beginning of this outbreak. Where maybe we could have stopped the virus from spreading if we had really jumped on the cases in contact tracing but at some point the system becomes overwhelmed and I don't think anybody realistically expect someone to be able to trace all the contacts of one percent of the population of a major city but as the cases go down again we get another opportunity. I mean that's kind of what we've been working towards with. The lockdown is to get the numbers low enough so that we can make some of these classic interventions work for us again right. Let's turn to border control so a lot of countries closed their borders at least two non-citizens during this crisis but is it possible to reopen borders? Once the cases start to decline. And how would that affect efforts to combat a second way of what's becoming clear in this outbreak is that it really depends on the pathogen? Another phase of the outbreak. The situation on the ground. Yeah I mean arguably you know borders have been closed earlier than maybe the virus wouldn't have gotten to so many places and now we get into this next phase. Where the Boto? Just might have relevance again because once you've controlled the outbreak and once you're on top of some of your transmission chains then when you introduce new travelers who might be bringing the virus from somewhere and often these are people who might be in your national system that you're using for instance if you're using a certain APP to track people. They might not be using that. They also quite likely if they come to the country to meet with a lot of people and have quite a lot of contracts so you can see how having a lot of travelers is going to make your job harder. You really trying to find every case and find it early. And that's why I think that in the second phase at least will have quite significant restrictions on travel still. Let's go to social distancing as a measure. This is something that we're all going through. You know we're staying at home as much as we can. A lot of things are closed in. It's tough on people. They can't work. Businesses are closing. What do we know about how to reopen? What the steps are what to open. I is there any evidence that we can use to make these decisions. There isn't a lot. I think the two things that we know for sure. Is you better do it slowly and you better do step by step taking the time to see whether you know reopening one part of society whether that already gets you in trouble or not in some ways this is the hardest one to talk about because I mean the pod closures to certain extend bulges stay in place and the contracting testing will have to be ramped up with the social distancing different parts of society also going to have different interests. Some people will think it's the most important thing to reopen schools schools. Exactly I mean that's going to be locked especially in Germany. Recently a report said one. Schools are reopened. We should start with the youngest kids first because they kind of need the actual interaction with the teacher more than the older classes. Rather people say well. Actually it's easier to tell older students to keep a distance carefully. Exactly there are all these trade offs that we have to talk about enough because other people will see that. Actually it's more important to open churches synagogues or gyms or bars. I think different countries will try different. Things I Australia is now. Reopening small shops reopened today. They're looking at this for two weeks before they're gonNA open bigger shops in open malls again then another few weeks before. They want to reopen Baas restaurants. And at every step of this people will look very closely at this value of our which we can track almost in real time. Now how can you track it in real time logically? You can't really know what our is right now. Because you're always looking at infections. That have already happened but busy. You can look back and say okay. How many infections did we have a few weeks ago? And how many infections came out of those infections? So that gives you a first estimate of the are a few weeks ago. What a lot of models now doing. They supplement that with some real time. Data on mobility for instance. Like how far they're going. Yeah exactly so. For instance in Hong Kong. What they're using is the octopus part which is used to pay for public transport but also to pay for some other things that gives you an idea. If that takes up you see that your population's becoming more mobile again. Probably having more interactions. Basically trying to estimate is the are that we had a few weeks ago. Is that still the are we expect to see now or has there been a shift in behavior that makes up or down. Then you can roll back something or you can implement something to control. That are the hope. Is that you say okay. Let's open schools for the youngest kids. You wait a week and then you see. Hopefully that doesn't take up too much and like okay. This seems to have worked. Maybe we can do something else or you realize that. Something makes a huge difference because the problem at the moment is most countries have implemented a lot of different measures at the same time. They don't know which ones barked. Exactly a lot of the researchers that you talked to were less than confident that this is going to be an easy thing to do. They're more like this is going to be a long slog and people are not going to like it. Yes absolutely and it's one of the things that almost surprised me a little bit like I'm quite used to people saying especially model as saying okay. We have these models and if we do this and this and this we can get this under control. Maybe it doesn't work that way in real life sometimes but the modeling at least usually just shows you that it could be done path. Yeah just because it is so clear that a lot of the models require quite a lot of social distancing for this to work after a few weeks of experiencing. This is just a kid to everyone unlikely to have a population in most places in the world be willing or able to keep this up for months
"boto" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"If I use credit cards on Boto pay credit card free obviously, but I can legitimately pay do Bank transfer into share pay, and then they can do a bag Tiriac which means there's no fees for them at all. Okay. So what is your structure around the talking about its utility on taking it? Tell us about the token economics, the Monning abilities. What is it? Ties people actually hold the tuck. So first of all, we're not doing prove mining or anything like that, and it would completely go against the whole view of the world. Yes. So so what we're doing is we're using the tenement consensus engine so tenements proof of stake consensus engine. So it has delegated. And the master note holders will actually receive tokens as part of being part of the validation system. So the utility of it is basically if a merchant say using our other marketplace will directly in the legislature, the merchant Mont there aren't Apso depth strictly on the liberals smart contracts, though transaction every transaction. So every time something he's done on the militia, there's a transaction fee and that will actually pay that fee it. So what happens is we receive fetal shape hike. We wouldn't. We put that in a treasury and then we use the money in that treasury too. By shit token on the exchan-, and then that share token, we'll be distributed to the validate us. Well, that does is creates liquidity on the exchanges. It also creates a demand and scarcity of the token. So we don't have inflation on an token at all. So it's a fixed amount of tokens at first with these validations. We will have a large pool of treasury to stop paying them while we'll transactions the low, and then that amount will go down as the transactions go up so that the is still have good earn, right. What did you do the April? I think it was wearing my and obviously that still fresh out of the gates played experience and execution pass businesses. Where are you at with the technology developments on things? Yeah, so we've got the tips running we we actually do every two weeks. We do update development update on YouTube, so actually post videos of where development he's we use agile methodology. So the apps well, and truly down the path of development tips niche running booking engine on the tips knit running 'cause shape I running during transfer of funds and stuff like that. We're looking at. Actually getting into QA around the start of November, and we'll have a minimum viable product Todd Atta the in November with a number of of mentions such well and truly on its way. You did a rise in successful full days. So well, then I'm not going to make me such plenty of runway to execute plan. And you said before you've also managed your treasury for hedging theorem. I applaud you for that done often. I think project should learn how to do that. Because it's all about time to execute as opposed to, let's just hope theorem keeps on developing a product. Excellent. So is there anything else that you think is pretty important that you should be telling the listeners and the viewers they all would've fall.
"boto" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I guess. So go ahead. No, I'm just saying you wrote a special like we've discussed a number of times on this podcast. Murder can hurt. Oh, a TV movie. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Well, Neil, Simon had done a full length movie with Alec Guinness and everybody murder my death murder by death. And so Eric spelling said, we want to do a movie like that. I said, fine. So that's what I did. And they cleaned it up a bit because I wanted Ironside. I wanted iron to us. They wouldn't let me do. And the Starsky and hutch that variation. So I had the equivalent of just about all the television detectives of the time with the man in white as the transcendental villain, and it was it was great, great fun. We love the. Yeah, about it long before we made your acquaintance, Jamie Farr. And John Pyner were Starsky in height. Right? That's exactly right with the world's biggest Missouri or something to guys we had on this show and Gavin MacLeod was Kojak. Yeah. He gesture and oh God, victim Bono was iron took us. Yeah. Watch that was at the actor from rocky. Yeah, Burt young did a Colombo and Burt young was then on the Merv Griffin, talk show and Merv said, who wrote that script? And Burt young said, I did. Yes. What nurse gonna tell what nerve and Tony danza did a Beretta spoof that, right? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Oddly enough, Victor Bono and I hit it all. I was just gonna ask about victim Boto. Yes. So I created a television pilot called the the adventures of Mr.. Hillary were Victor Bono, and Michael Dunn were partners detective partners at a love that and the Michael Dunn character was bloodthirsty and always wanted to kill and the victim. Bono was a cook and flower arranger, and they handled arcane mysteries. And then Victor died shortly after Michael died and years later with STAN Lee, I got Billy Barty and loofah rig no to do partners, which was the same idea, but the network didn't buy it because what do they know is that one of the fifty six pilots? Yes, yeah. Yeah. Just just tell me who some of those people. That you approached when you made the transition and you decided as just kind of walk up to people. On rates. TIMMY, Roger was one of these e? Yeah, yeah. TIMMY was Gregory Carter? Yep. Jack Carter had a great time with Jack Carter. You told me very funny, Jack Carter story. By the way, as a side note, you told me I, can I tell it? Yeah, please do. All right, because his his grandchildren might be watching. You don't have to use the real name. I won't use his real name. We will use his initials j. c.. Just realize dangerous debt is anyway working with them regularly because he's taken over for Jack Parr in the interim between Jack Parr and Johnny Carson. And he says to me, you know, this singer, I don't want to mention her name. Her husband was a great singer. He says, I've been crazy about it for years. He's we've been trying to get together every time I try to get together. She's married. I'm married their voice. What he's now he's not. Now we're both free and we're vailable and I'm going to see her tonight. And I, you know, I have say so happy for you. Jack. I'm going to have dinner just to say Jack, is getting lucky. Anyway, I see him the next day and I said, well, how was the magic night? And he said, she brings in this little attache case, she opens it up. They're all kind of batteries, things drills and things you shove up your ass and plug in their things you put on your nipples and gives you a Zet. He said, some looking at this stuff, and she approaches me with a mix master, and I said, call me when there's a power failure. Killing..
"boto" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Seven one three two one two five eight seven four and to get us started as we always do courtesy of executive producer, Chad Nakanishi. My grandmother referred to people whose name she didn't know as duvets. Oh, you don't. Candy shop, and I'd ask her just the same. Democratic staffer on Capitol Hill has been arrested for allegedly publishing. A private information of US senators. Police arrested twenty seven year old Jackson. Costco. He's charged with five federal offenses for what's known as dachshunds intern for congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee now that he's been arrested who's going to bond him. Somebody's gonna come and write a check. Somebody's gonna come and pay the Bill showed up in Austin this weekend for a get out the vote rally and concert for democratic senatorial candidate, Beto O'Rourke and featured country music icon, Willie Nelson who is endorsed or works candidacy back and better better for the state just because you're a good musician. And a good poet doesn't mean I want you running style. The sex robot brothel coming to Houston city council. Members voted to change an ordinance that would prevent customers from trying the merchandise inside the shop, I've already got cameras lined up that whenever if ever this ever occurs. I'll be after twenty four seven cameras filming everybody goes in there. We are such a repressed people. It is so sad. You can have violence on every corner. Just do not have robot sex. Brought you're dying Brown. Your cheeks are protruding out of your face. God knows if even got a Boto Boto Boto Rabbani's boats up even got a Boto red Cavanaugh went to a UB forty. UB forty concert. Daddy likes you forty years. Now, they've got him for throwing is. But he thought he was fighting.
"boto" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"My grandmother referred to people whose name she didn't know as do Fultz. The mechanic shop. Same democratic staffer on Capitol Hill has been arrested for allegedly publishing. Private information of US senators. Police arrested Twenty-seven-year-old Jackson. Costco. He's charged with five federal offenses for what's known as dachshund. He's an intern for congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee now that he's been arrested who's going to bond him. Somebody's gonna come and write a check. Somebody's gonna come and pay the Bill showed up in Austin this weekend for a vote rally and concert for democratic senatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke featured country music icon, Willie Nelson was endorsed or works candidacy coming back. Better for the state just because you're a good musician. A good poet doesn't mean I want you running style sex robot brothel coming to Houston council. Members voted to change an ordinance that would prevent customers from trying the merchandise inside the shop, I've already got cameras lined up whenever if ever ever occurs. Twenty four seven cameras filming everybody goes in. There goes out. We are such a repressed people. It is so sad. You can have violence on every corner just do not have sex Brian. You're dying Brown. Your cheeks are protruding out of your face. God knows if even got a Boto Boto Boto promote boats up even got a Boto red Cavanaugh went to a newbie fortieth, UB, forty concerts. Daddy likes you before they've got him for throwing ice. But he thought he was fighting with the lead singer of UB forty. All the left has lost their ever loving mind. They've lost their ever loving mind because Brett Kavanagh's going to be confirmed. Tomorrow, Susan Collins gave a speech today this afternoon explaining why she will be voting for Brett cavenaugh and the left to told us to respect women and believe women all my goodness. They have said the nastiest things about her. You see the left doesn't like women. They only like the women who do what they're told. If women are independent and cast their own votes as they see fit. It's sort of like Hillary Clinton after she lost the election saying nasty things about the women who didn't vote for her Democrats going back to my husband even before. But just in recent times going back to Bill and and. Our candidates, and then President Obama have been losing the white vote, including white women. We do not do well with white men, and we don't do well with married white women and part of that is a an identification with the Republican party and a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever believes you should. And what happened in my election is I was on the way to winning white women until former director of the FBI Jim Komi dropped that very ill advised letter on October the twenty eighth and my numbers just went down. Because all and I heard a lot of anecdotal evidence about this people have written about it. All of a sudden, you know why? Women who were going to vote for man, frankly, standing up to the men in their lives and the men in their workplaces. We're being told she's going to jail, you know, you don't want to vote for her. You know, it's every terrible. You can't vote for that. So it just it stopped my momentum. And it decreased my vote enough. Because I was I was ahead. I was winning. And I thought I had fought my way back in the ten days from that letter until on the election. I fell a little bit short. And so I think that it it was part of a historical trend that I was bucking. And then it collapsed on me. Who likes beer ranked Cavanaugh? He said said I like beer, I still like bear. I like bear. So we're gonna pop top. We're gonna drank a beer to Brett Kavanagh soon to be supreme court Justice.
"boto" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"My grandmother referred to people whose name she didn't know as duvets. Oh, you don't. Mechanic shop at ask her just the same. Democratic staffer on Capitol Hill has been arrested for allegedly publishing. A private information of US senators. Police arrested Twenty-seven-year-old Jackson, Costco. He's charged with five federal offenses for what's known as dachshunds intern for congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee now that he's been arrested who's going to bond him. Somebody's gonna come and write a check. Somebody's gonna come and pay the Bill showed up in Austin this weekend for a vote rally and concert for democratic senatorial candidate, Beto O'Rourke and featured country music icon, Willie Nelson who is endorsed or rooks candidacy back in bed. Think he's better for the state just because you're a good musician. A good poet doesn't mean I want you running style sex robot brothel coming to Houston council. Members voted to change an ordinance that would prevent customers from trying the merchandise inside the shop. I've already got cameras that whenever if ever this ever occurs. Twenty four seven for cameras. We are such a repressed people. It is so sad. You can have violence on every corner just do not have robot. Sex Brock, you're dying Brown. Your cheeks are protruding out of your face. God knows if even got a Boto Boto Boto Rabbani's Bota, even got a Boto rep Cavanaugh went to a UB forty UB forty concert that he likes you be forty years. Now they've got him for throwing ice. But he thought he was fighting with the lead singer of UB forty. All the left has lost their ever loving mind. They've lost their ever loving mind because Brett Kavanagh's is going to be confirmed. Tomorrow. Susan Collins gave a speech today this afternoon explaining why she will be voting four Brett cavenaugh. And the left who've told us to respect women and believe women. Oh my goodness. They have said the nastiest things about her. You see the left doesn't like women. They only like the women who do what they're told. If women are independent and cast their own votes as they see fit. It's sort of like Hillary Clinton after she lost the election saying nasty things about the women who didn't vote for her Democrats going back to my husband even before. But just in recent times going back to Bill, and and and our candidates, and then President Obama have been losing the white vote, including white women. We do not do well with white men, and we don't do well with married white women and part of that is a an identification with the Republican party. And a a sort of ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband, your boss, your son, whoever believes you should. And what happened in my election is I was on the way to winning white women until former director of the FBI Jim Komi dropped that very ill advised letter on October the twenty eighth and my numbers just went down. Because all and I heard a lot of anecdotal evidence about this people have written about it. All of a sudden, you know, white women who were going to vote for me, and frankly standing up to the men in their lives and the men in their workplaces. We're being told she's going to jail, you know, you don't want to vote for her. You know, it'd be terrible. You can't vote for that. So it just it stopped my momentum. And it decreased my vote enough. Because I was I was ahead. I was winning. And I thought I had fought my way back in the ten days from that letter until the election. I fell a little bit short. And so I think that it it was part of a historical trend that I was bucking. And then it collapsed on me. You know, who likes bear rank Cavanaugh? That's what he said said, I like beer, I still like bear. I like bear. So we're gonna pop top. We're gonna drank a bear to Brett Cavanaugh soon to be.
"boto" Discussed on KTRH
"It is open line Friday. And to get us started as we always do courtesy of executive producer, Chad Nakanishi. My grandmother referred to people whose name she didn't know as oh, you don't. Mechanic shop. Democratic staffer on Capitol Hill has been arrested for allegedly publishing. A private information of US senators. Police arrested twenty seven year old Jackson, Costco. He's charged with five federal offenses for what's known as dachshunds intern for congresswoman Sheila jackson-lee now that he's been arrested who's going to bond him. Somebody's gonna come and write a check. Somebody's gonna come and pay the Bill. Austin this weekend for a vote rally and concert for democratic senatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke featured country music icon, Willie Nelson who is endorsed or works. Candidacy back in bed. Better for the state just because you're a good musician. A good poet doesn't mean I want you running stop the sex robot. Brothel coming to Houston city council. Members voted to change an ordinance that would prevent customers from trying the merchandise inside the shop, I've already got cameras lined up whenever if ever. Author twenty four seven cameras. Social media such repressed people. It is so sad. You can have violence on every corner. Just do. Robot sex, Brian? On your cheeks are protruding out of your face. God knows if even got a Boto Boto Boto from oldies Bota even got a red Cavanaugh went to a newbie UB forty concert. Now they've got him for throwing ice. But he thought he was fighting with the lead singer of UB forty. Tournament musical the.
"boto" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"You know that we don't have to really charge for the fuck and podcast, and it's also a. It's not required if you wanna do it, you can't. If you don't, you don't. It's no big deal and we have all the instructions up there. If you have an iphone, it goes right onto your phone. If you have a blackberry, there's like one little thing. You have to do something, but they have all the instructions on the podcast on how to upload it to your phone and. We just want to thank everybody would be patient. A couple took a couple days to explain it to to get the information out there. So I wanna thank you guys, but shipping seriously means a lot to me that people actually went out and supported the podcast like that. So thank you from the bottom of my heart and the gentleman who runs the podcast dot com. All right. And what that bump up. Boto about it's time to talk about NFL football here. I actually was flying on a plane during the patriots game, so I can't really talk too much about it. Other than that, I just I was watching actually had satellite TV on on the plane. So I was sitting there going to fucking gonna miss a fucking game. And then I see that they're gonna have satellite TV, and I got excited. Oh boy. Oh boy, right. Fucking turn it on. And all I had NBC. And then the rest will like discovery animal planet, and they had three ESPN's. So I'm praying how I hope and pray that we'll. But today I am still just a Bill, fuck you. These songs are in my head 'cause I'm hung over. Praying that the patriots game was going to be on NBC and it turned out that not only was the game not on NBC. They didn't even have a football game on NBC. They had some fucking infomercial on insults. So it was like, you gotta be fucking kidding me, right? You gotta be fucking kidding me. And so then I just was watching ESPN. I was watching all the college football games that I already watched. I think Michigan's back everybody. Hail to the victors valiant hail to the Victor bap damp at that that bad. But at the pet, Pat. Just did there. I did three fucking college songs and they all sound the exact, fuck it. Same hail to the victors wake up the echoes and fucking the Fleetwood MAC, Trojan band. It's all all the same shit. Anyways, yes, I watched that. I watched the the USA basketball game against Turkey. That was the shit, and we won that championship. But anyways, I was watching the ticker and by the way, what's his face there is going to be the next superstar. And I saw him when he played in Seattle, and I can't remember his fucking name ready as on that fucking hungover. Come on brain worked for me. Because with a day I can't fucking remember, but he was shitty was hitting following three pointers as six, ten, I'm in what position? I don't know. I don't know shit about basketball. All right. Let's plow head here. Patriots won the colts lost. So I'm excited. Right? I'm so sick. How about Detroit? How about Cleveland? Come on you guys? You got admit, you know you had a little bit. I think I think does a Ray of light. I didn't see any either one of those fucking gains, but I was just I was just watching the ticker, and I saw that dude from play for Cal best had two touchdowns right in Cleveland was basically went in the fucking game right down to the end. I know I'm not trying to talk down to you guys, but I'm just saying, you know, whatever you beat Miami, that's got to feel good..
"boto" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"And yeah, Joshua wings walls previously, one of them, their writers, and maybe one day he'll e pops even come back in a compete. And as as maybe one of the devils, maybe after after fraternities binning Motoo or even Boto three just like Donnie, Kent one's dead. I think last year maybe two thousand sixteen think it was with these with brother keirin can't I think getting these names, right? Yeah, Kevin brother, isn't it earned? Say nothing. Okay. Keiko doesn't know. But I I know I was that anyway. So Don Kent. Yeah, also and Broadway as well. Almost. The usual attendee at the cool bracing, British many bikes championship as is this man as well. And we pleased that he's able to come on the show once again and well again. But for these first timing fast, please welcome. Mr. Jake ultra. Hello. Hello that. So first of all, as I just want to clear up, can you hear is okay, fine. Kiko. Can you hear Jake? I turn indeed facts. Excellent. Not that we've been having any technical issues this evening or anything, but anyway, so yes, Kiko again take it away. But yeah, Jake, thank you very much for taking your few minutes out of your your evening to Tacoma on the super I show. Jake, what's being thanks coming on to the show. Let's talk about the British girl on pre for you back there again, this year. Unfortunately obliterate wet, no racing action. Was it from your perspective? The Bush on pre two thousand eighteen. Probably most difficult we we've had this year. I mean, we still do. We can bikes up and we didn't really get it ROY until morning. What cut short joys, hungering like laughing off from the rest of the Ricans those quite disappointed. Another ring homering digs found the south and been interesting to see what we have done in the race. We must also stressed that you come in to the civil end of the back of pretty nasty, crush flux and. After being taken out, how are things with your things that I'm Kalin injury that you pay? It's now things have been. Now I still struggling a little bit doing things, but That's a a lot lot better better than. than what it was off them with the SilverStone bridge. Come pre not going ahead. How'd you go into the next of pre superbikes? Do you think will never mind that's behind is now that's folks on getting this most star jumped ship backed-up, or are you extra motivates? It's put on the biggest show for the fans how you approach in the SilverStone round of the British superbike championship. With the way the bridge growing premium bed me a little bit didn't have the overshooting it to prove out the way I wanted to come back to SPN do it that way and then at least can show. I kinda actually do it. The British grown pray. I believe last year as well. How did they experience companion that from Stanford seventeen to two thousand eight hundred? You feel more comfortable on.
"boto" Discussed on Here & Now
"He's a gutter thinking people disappointed when they meet me. I'm actually not attractive without the editing on the t. not. So I used to have a white ring quos and my way to deciding in real life was to have Boto stick with a full had wrinkles and crow's feet around. The is, and then that led to other other prestigious as well. I wanted to have fillers. I had my teeth Watson's Lucy agreed that she later realized she was chasing something that wasn't real and decided to take a break from social media. The journal of the American Medical Association. JAMA is calling this a disorder Snapchat, this, morpheus and they say, the solution isn't always surgery. It could be a psychiatric intervention. Dr. Matthew Schulman is a plastic surgeon in private practice in New York. Dr. Schulman. Matthew welcome. Thank you very much for having me. So start with the fray Snapchat Dismore fiesta. It's a new version of body Dismore feud disorder which has been around for well, explain what that is. So body Dismore disorder is a recognized mental health condition where people become obsessed about a perceived imperfection of their body. The key with BDO body just morphine disorder is that that imperfection is usually only seen by the person, and it doesn't really. Really become obvious to other people. So we're talking about someone who looks pretty good and is obsessed because they think that there's something wrong with them that other people can't see. There are a lot of ethical questions there. I'm sure when you go along with them wanting to change something that is really imperceptible. Absolutely. I mean, as a plastic surgeon, we are trained obviously in surgery, but we also have a lot of training and recognizing people with be DD..
"boto" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
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"boto" Discussed on PRI's The World
"We've all been fishermen. We've lived off fishing all alive through as chameleon. They'll get our l. matter. We lived off what we caught from what the ocean gave us. Leon says, are we are moved. There was so much fish so many types of fish he says now, well, it's not like that. There's a lot less fish. I heard the same story from communities around the Baja coast locals, even sports fishermen from the US a- day's fishing might yield very little even nothing. There used to be a lot more fish in the water all over Bihar -fornia Hudson. We've runs the sustainable fisheries program at a nonprofit called Niba and has. Worked in day for twelve years. She says, there are lots of reasons why there are now fewer fish around Baja. The changes we've seen in a lot of the climate and the water temperatures. There's natural changes like sardines that go through boom and bust cycles. And then there's changes in the fisheries overfishing or fishing past the point of being able to replenish those fish in a yearly fashion, fishing boats, big and small used to come here from all of Mexico. Even the local fishermen themselves would just catching too many fish. All these things together ultimately brought some fishing communities heat to the breaking point. I'm cutting over the snappy ocean near a tiny village called Kabul Palma, with a full of fishermen. Mario custody. Got at this on this is where I used to come and fish. Gus through tells me. And it was full full of sea bass grouper. But that changed some days. He says, won't knew they would come back without a single fish. So twenty years ago, gosh, throw and his former. Fishermen took a radical step. They turned almost the entire area into a no fishing zone, and the results have been dramatic. Gusto sunspots a total. We watch its head Bob up and go onto. Gus tells me this scene wildlife year that even some of his old uncle don't ever remember seeing after two decades of not fishing at all ocean. He is full of fish. It's true. This little patch of ocean has become a case study in underwater regeneration. If you ask Tullio Boto a marine biologist who's been studying coupole MO for all those twenty years, the corals growing faster and better. Why? Because they are healthier the corals of the feeding ground for the littlest fish. And those now have the chance to grow into food for the big predators like shocks, which abort, oh, says, are also back altogether. He says, the fishing ban has helped restore a thriving ocean ecosystem. When you have community has all day elements for that communities like big predatory. Are bores core see fines shock to push. When you have everything there. That community is a stronger on each of these species within the communities. They can be more productive. Berta was part of a group of scientists at the university of Baja California sore who worked on setting up the no fishing zone. They even petitioned the Mexican government. Have the area declared a national park foam, a fisherman, mighty gusto worked with the scientists and ultimately became the local leader in the f. it it was no easy task customer had to convince all the fishermen that the short term economic loss might mean most ability in the long term. And it meant suspending a way of life that was generations old, but he managed to convince his old uncles and father and brother. All the fishermen in the village to give it a go in full long, cuss throw says they watched beautiful fish, begin. To return, but they stuck with the no fishing plan. Instead, they felt they could make gobble pull mo- into a destination for diving and snorkeling. Fishermen would become guides. Gus throat was one of the first to get certified, but it was a rough transition. North decide this. Was ten years of suffering. He says, which just one tourist coming to dive a week. Well, with this Yukon even eat, they kept one tiny sliver of the ocean as an area that locals could fish, but just daily consumption. Still they stuck with the plan and virtually all fishing stopped. LA your, you'll see the sun. Aviv is prepping equipment for dive with group of tourists..
"boto" Discussed on Mike Drop
"We had forties for a long time. I'm a pretty good pistol shot being on swat for years and a lot of pistol shooting the forty. I never had a problem with it. They claimed to snappy for some folks, everything and we just went to nine 's not too long ago to have round in terms of brand. No, not really. I I was a sniper for awhile in the swat team, and we always use the Boto hall appoints. I like that this and shooting stuff that was that was a lot of fun. You know, didn't have to gas or anything like that was always cool when they're making the entries. I'm like, that looks like it sucks from one hundred yards away and my scope can ship stuff. I, I'm a big fan of glocks. I I like nine round just because I like to be able to carry more of them in four, forty, five, nine, three, fifty, seven sick, whatever aid to me. Like at this point with technology being what. It is with expanded rounds, whether they're bonded or full full metal jacket at hollow points. Rather to me there, they're such a nuanced difference in terms of diameter, whether you're talking nine or forty five at that at that point. Like I'd rather have more rounds, but I'm a big fan, nine myself, but I didn't hear one time you a thirty eight guy. Do you have a revolver like, Well, I I wouldn't say that I carry it a religiously. What I do. I'm a big one one is none kind of guy. I'm not a backup gun fan per se. Having said that, not not on my person, but without a doubt, you won't catch me in a vehicle without one both in my waist and one that I can grab really fucking fast. It's not in my way so that if somebody comes to the window, they have to have fucking surprised. But I for that frame, my preferences just a little j. frame Ruger three, fifty seven. The l. CR with a nasty fucking buffalo bore one hundred and fifty. Eight green hollow point in it. That's pretty fucking quick. But you know, it's only out of one and three quarter inch barrel, so, but even with that, it's still, you know, I think like fifteen or sixteen hundred velocity. So it's pretty gnarly. But years ago when I was working under cover, I went through training class and there was a guy from ATF talking and he had been doing undercover stuff ATF for years, and he was in two shootings inside vehicles and he shot the guys with a revolver and ever since then he's talking story, you know, you're not going to the clothing isn't going to eat it. He touched him, put right up on them, smoke them dudes. Stuff got real gnarly in there. I never forgot that always. No. I mean, that's a good vehicle gun and to me something like that, like, you know, yeah, it's a five shot like I don't need fucking thirty rounds dudes at your window if you're not fixing it in five rounds or you're not gonna fix thirty probably there. But yeah, I mean, I'm a big proponent that that and just, you know, when it's especially if it's inside the ways to even even outside the waste, if even being left hand. Did you know that waist belt in close over at, you know, trying to fill fuck with that and grab it while somebody's trying to carjack you or whatever to me is a bad bad fucking spot to be in. But what your favorite cereal raisin bran. Fucking. That's the old guy talk and you need the fiber. Do. Do. Show you're gonna say, great nuts, Ted's over here in mind, blown. I can't hang out with you anymore. That's right. You wonder why lucky charms. It's not colored just one color raising. So it's like that. Right. Gotta be one color. All right. So what's your most embarrassing moment and this is it can be whether it's work related or or not. Most embarrassing moment. I don't have very many. You don't get embarrassed. I don't. I've had. You know, the usual panting getting guys messing with you. I've been years ago out on our boat and tubing which old guys are still not supposed to be doing.
"boto" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
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Wayne Rooney agrees deal in principle to leave Everton for DC United
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"boto" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the london cj we have with our guest vehicle aci chief investment officer at state street global advises good morning to you and the bank of japan tankan survey showed that confidence among japan's big manufacturers has improved to the highest level in a decade whilst here in europe on chat for the strongest expansion in a decade you have pointed to this continental yet possibly japan benefiting from the economic recovery and you expect 2018 to be a strong to see a strong recovery here we go synchronized recovery certainly able to do what we've seen in ten fifteen years ago singapore's recovery squatted portion we let japanese equities as well we're one of the cheapest markets around the world on the synchronisation recover guesses sure during the tankan survey that's just come out overnight how is japan longterm soil just a short story the demographics look very difficult with japan if faces a be compact stirring china on its doorstep is is this something that i'm kind of looking to to buy and hold or is this just more of a tactical sorin boto stories very challenge because of demographics issued pointed out their off some secular changes that can happen that could have called positive impact from vestige quality time corporate governance reforms increases to return on equity and japan's historic rate of use of technology and innovation group positives do you worry about the political story here in europe which see the weekend of lindh's in spain constitutional crisis potentially in the making that we have seen a significant move early this year is global fund managers went from baikonur underway europe to be overweight europe do you think that political story is no november madam pzm wealthy people song tool to kind of popular sober rhetoric with macro having been elected and better results also netherlands no pizzas when you go the way populism died out as those we are weak economic growth and some of the challenges ahead of the populism will rear its head every so often but will the sense hold of the in spain key thing is where the roof who can continue to hold things together and get a budget through i think seizing catholic nerves heat disturbing but the economic question is will spain continue to be able to have a central century road government roy little fooled your budget what is your view that in terms of.
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