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"bouli" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:32 min | Last month

"bouli" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

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"bouli" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"bouli" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"Every two weeks we answer questions from curious kids just like you all over the world on any topic. Yeah truly anything anything but one of the things you send us a lot of questions about is the animal world you are really curious about all the creatures that live on this planet and we think that's really cool so today we're going to answer questions about six of those creatures. LIONS CRICKET DEER PORCUPINES SIS. What what do those animals have in common? Well nothing that I know of so. Let's just get to our first question names l.. In my question to lions roar kill you can suss show my name. Olivia I'm from Montana and I five. Why do why more? Hi My name's Cli- I live in Physics Arizona and my question is why the Lions always war for answers. We turn to Paolo Bouli of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. Why do lion's roar lions liked liked to live in very large wild areas that are full of forests and rivers and Grasslands but alliance roars very loud and powerful and can can travel through the air for a long way at night so even though different lions might be far from each other when they will begin roaring at night all the other the lions get to know which are the lions coasts by lions are social they live in groups and so it's very important they communicate with each other and yeah no it? Everyone else is. And that's why lion's.

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Why Do Lions Roar?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Why Do Lions Roar?

"Hi My name's Cli- I live in Physics Arizona and my question is why the Lions always war for answers. We turn to Paolo Bouli of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. Why do lion's roar lions liked liked to live in very large wild areas that are full of forests and rivers and Grasslands but alliance roars very loud and powerful and can can travel through the air for a long way at night so even though different lions might be far from each other when they will begin roaring at night all the other the lions get to know which are the lions coasts by lions are social they live in groups and so it's very important they communicate with each other and yeah no it? Everyone else is. And that's why lion's

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"bouli" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on F**ks Given

"Boundaries. I just have i have a love them like sex things on eight and stuff but also being exposed person i miss my friends at women but then in dating like using apps and stuff how to sexually like women are like so anxious and it actually is really the standards are so low because women used to being really like staying really shake guy is meeting so i love just being things are fine and then that being unlike like like i love like for myself. I got to get to create a nice myself and for someone else but and also also like an and i have like i'll go home with someone and be like okay. We'll have sex and it will be fine like it'd be nice. I'm not having a bad time but like eldest be fine and at the end like you kind of go call. Well just makes them compatible. I i think think dating i think when i was like dating dating apps when i was single and stuff than how to it sucks yeah you're lucky that has only happened a couple of china and if that's the worst that comes from daylight you think about when you just it's horrible. Bouli disappointed the person's like you know. It's really bad because i think it's quite difficult finding connection with me. Sexually i like it especially when on dating because you never know you have a nice little chat on the dating convention online yeah exactly but when when you actually meet in person it could be completely different. Definitely i think omitting maybe i just think of slim rolled great. We'll find like a definitely if i go not sit together artist. Go call. Tell me about your love your history of your love life yeah. Ah the number five the fuck that made me they can go friend. We met doing improv because i'm a massive lead so i'm i didn't ask you about him after they really want to get into show yes we can amazing. Just it's like being a little time and time. I like wasn't exploring like consciously. I was like camp. Effeminate boys walked out of the time yeah and so when i let me i i'd like sleeping together. It was just like basically weird. The fact is just really silly wasn't even like it was sex in that. There is a really like butler intimate and we were touching those bodies and stuff and like we would you know do you concise and things but the main thing was being silly like kind of improv i suppose which is the easiest thing in the world bedroom. Basically it wasn't it wasn't roleplaying. It was like just being really weird and we still have a safe word so i we used to have a safe word for when we'd like escalated escalated it too much just like the characters we were playing one upping each other over time so fun and i've really liked that i've dots. That's exactly what i want. From scientists relationship as i really just taken that internship like how many we have. We have a safe word that we mainly use for when we've just been really weighed with each other you like just weeding each other out and you're like nola stop so we lisa like i was thinking beforehand and tell the story and i was like it's weird talking about your sex like role playing things we used to do things like i said we would be brad and chad who both a high school dance since dates are the dates went away and then we were having a secret level on that was the first time in together. I love that that's it's like almost it's kind of like rolling up on your like teenage..

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"bouli" Discussed on F**ks Given

F**ks Given

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on F**ks Given

"Well just makes them compatible. I i think think dating i think when i was like dating dating apps when i was single and stuff than how to it sucks yeah you're lucky that has only happened a couple of china and if that's the worst that comes from daylight you think about when you just it's horrible. Bouli disappointed the person's like you know. It's really bad because i think it's quite difficult finding connection with me. Sexually i like it especially when on dating because you never know you have a nice little chat on the dating a convention online yeah exactly but when when you actually meet in person it could be completely different. Definitely i think omitting maybe i just think of slim rolled great. We'll find like a definitely if i go not sit together artist. Go call. Tell me about your love your history of your love life yeah. Ah the number five the fuck that made me they can go friend. We met doing improv because i'm a massive lead so i'm i didn't ask you about him after they really want to get into show yes we can amazing. Just it's like being a little time and time. I like wasn't exploring like consciously. I was like camp. Effeminate boys walked out of the time yeah and so when i let me i i'd like sleeping together. It was just like basically weird. Fat is just really silly wasn't even like it was sex in that. There is a really like butler intimate and we were touching those bodies and stuff and like we would you know do you concise and things but the main thing was being silly like kind of improv i suppose which is the easiest thing in the world bedroom. Basically it wasn't it wasn't roleplaying. It was like just being really weird and we still have a safe word so i we used to have a safe word for when we'd like escalated escalated it too much just like the characters we were playing one upping each other over time so fun and i've really liked that i've dots. That's exactly what i want. From scientists relationship as i really just taken that internship like how many we have. We have a safe word that we mainly use for when we've just been really weighed with each other you like just weeding each other out and you're like nola stop so we lisa like i was thinking beforehand and tell the story and i was like it's weird talking about your sex like role playing things we used to do things like i said we would be brad and chad who both a high school dance since dates are the dates went away and then we were having a secret level on that was the first time in together. I love that that's it's like almost it's kind of like rolling up on your like teenage..

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"bouli" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"To drive it down the field or to the perimeter. Yeah. And so he was a three year captain. He was a winner. He's got the legs to be thrown on the ground. Pretty good feel for the pocket to accuracy is overall. Good. He's going to be developmental quarterback three behind rivers and tyrod Taylor. And that almost certainly means that the charge is gonna carry through quarterback. Wchs going into the season and the cartel. Jones experiment is officially over. So we don't have to worry about that, Jamie. And you mentioned it. Yeah. I think he's also going to have a role on special teams. So two guys in day three already that are going to be a big time special team's contributors, a couple more as we talk about these next two picks, but in eastern stick and drew tranquil you got high in athletes who can really get down the field and can contribute on special teams early on. Yep. I it's like I said not something I'm super excited up, but I get it. So and we've been saying for two or three years they need to take a quarterback. So it's hard to be hypocrite now and say, no, you can't do that. So. That's the same thing with Jerry Tillery. You know, like, it's not he wasn't number one on our board. But we've been saying draft the D tackle early, and they wouldn't do it. And then when they did they settled on just Jones for whatever reason and again, third round to Lesko just went crazy and goes completely out script. But anyway, we're moving on to round six, and it is the linebacker mecca Ebola So-someone I'm gonna have to remember how to pronounce which is not going to but Houston bullied into everything. From put a hand of the dirt rush the passer play off linebacker hanging. Coverage Boulay is good at taking on blockers and steering them into rushing lanes. He also has a knack for disengaging at the last second, which I love very very good timing to get in the backfield as a pass rusher. He generates strength the power off the edge. He was asked the drop back in coverage a lot but does best work in zone. I think he just has his troubles, man. Oh, man on an island. So. Would rather him play in zone. And he's pretty good there too. It'll be interesting where the chargers line Bouli up. I think he's the attacking auto or Sam in gusts system. He's going to back a new early on. I think as an awful linebacker. He's just going to get eaten up one on one. So like a much better at the line of scrimmage. He can set Amina you can rush the passer compa out and coverage. If asked to on tight ends or backs leak out in the backfield and uses athleticism on the strong side to me. This is a huge test for the charter staff because they have something here in Bouli their coverage skills are a little bit worrisome. The tackling his hit or miss will need to develop some more pass rushing moves and counters, but there's a lot to like about egg Bouli in the edge playing near Lyon, scrimmage, some power the length the athletes ISM, they can tap the potential of this kid. He could be really good and definitely worth a flyer in the sixth round, maybe should be ranked higher than that. When you look at his tape. But look for bullet early on going to be that. Sam Otto behind a wo- sue play near the line of scrimmage also going to be a special teams contributor as well. Another high athlete who's going to get down the field in a hurry on special teams. So a guy that I actually like a lot. Well, watching him probably went a little bit later. Very good value pick. Yeah. I I like to I love the length. The lettuce ISM there's flexibility off the edge. He he flashes instincts. They're not consistent, but you can see them kind of growing. He doesn't good job of reading the quarterbacks is zone coverage and getting his hands into passing lanes, which is kind of fun to watch. He he shows good band off the edge. You mentioned you shows. Good power off the edge. He can set the edge very disruptive of helping to string out not just string out running plays. But also shut them down. Once he.

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"bouli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We've got a place for your dog. Oh, he was seventy five years old, and Heather was twenty five. This is foul, you know, unless they're gonna die right away. Why would you even get into it? I oh. There's another. I understand that was true love. I know. I mean that was true. Love you followed her that was a tragic story killer swift skip the Grammys to be with her lover Joe our win. And he's in the movie the favourite he was she was in London. She wanted to thank you know, the favorite won seven BAFTA awards. She wrote in the caption 'bout to give some high fives. Thanks to sell them McCarthy for the dress that she got to wear what's going on. I okay. So I know Colleen and Bradley think they think a lot of relationships are fair. Yeah. But they think this one's fake, and I don't you don't. Well. I think that they enjoy each other's company. The interesting thing about Taylor swift. And Joel all is that they like to talk about how they don't like to talk about their relationship where it's like, well, look don't even bring it up. If you don't want to talk about it. And she wasn't on the red carpet. She was just set. The after party looks like she was at the British vogue party. She looked lovely darling. It looks like she was having a great time. I would like to believe in your Bouli love. Julia. Yes. Hall Baru laugh. I I can't believe these people are doing track record that sort of coloring that. Yes, there's precedent Taylor swift correct of her, you know, maybe enhancing her romantic life for the for the purposes of career what we wish him the best. We do. Okay. Khloe Kardashian revealed how she is teaching her ten month old baby true self confidence to ten months old well aware, this is she teaching her how to like, you know, have a have a confident poo or. So she sits. Like ten months in front, and they both sit in front of the mirror and do positive affirmations. Good. I am beautiful. Smart enough. It's my job to make her feel no matter what she looks like that. She's trying confident beautiful. It's an okay to embrace different shapes sizes and ethnic kisses. I can never miss. My whole family is a melting pot of race and skin tone, and hair color, and height and everything that's a reality. Our children need to know how beautiful diversity s. What you're talking about? Yeah. She's looking at herself. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, peekapoos. Oh, yeah. Pop. But I think it's of cute if your your daughters in a little care, you know, little sitting thing for baby in front of the mirror while you're looking in the mirror. I love me. Beautiful training in that classic Dashiell narcissism right away before she's even potty trained. Listen, my son loved to look in the mirror and play ball against the mirror. I had this wall. That was a mere. And I would just put him in front of it with the ball. But you didn't sit there and say, no, we're not positive. Oh boy. Sit on the floor, and it was a big meal and kids like to look at themselves or images. She's tackling them. Oh, yeah. Julia's pollyanna take.

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"bouli" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"How Africans them friends of other races strove for half a century to win their freedom by non violent methods. We have on a cheap platoon for his leadership. And we know how this nonviolence was only met bind creasing violence from the state increasing repression culminating in the shooting of shopped Bill and all that has happened since creative as much in Mississippi and ala Bama to remind South Africans own country yet even in Mississippi. We can organize to register negro voters. We can speak to the press weekend in short organized the people in non-violent action, but in South Africa, even the model this form of non violent resistance meets with years of imprisonment and leader over many years have been restricted and silenced and imprison. We can understand how in that situation. People felt so desperate that they turned to other methods such as sabotage. Today. Great leaders like Nelson, Mandela and Roberts. Bouli among the many hundreds wasting away in Robben Island prison against the massive arm. And ruthless state, which uses tortured and sadistic foams interrogation to crush human beings, even driving some to suicide the militant opposition inside, South Africa. Seems for the moment to be silence. Mass of the people seems to be contained seems for the moment. Unable to break from the oppression. I emphasize the word the seems because we can imagine what emotion than plans must be seething below the surface of that prosperous release state. We know what emotions the seething in the rest of Africa. And indeed all over the world the dangers of a race wall. These dangers we have had repeated profound warning. It is in this situation with the great mass of South Africans denied back humanity that dignity denied opportunity denied on human rights. It is in this situation. With many of the Braves and Beth South African serving long news prison in prison. With some already executed this situation. We in America and Britain have a unique responsibility for it is we through our investments throughout government failure to act, thankfully, who are guilty of bolstering up the South African tyranny. Responsibility. Our responsibility.

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"bouli" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"County, deputies responded to a man who said he had beaten the woman to death and was threatening to kill himself when they got to sixty one year old William bullies home, they instructed bullied to come outside. And he was taken into custody deputies found the victim inside the home with a severe head wound. She was conscious but disoriented she was taken to a hospital with traumatic injuries deputies say during an argument bully had beaten the woman with a piece of wood Bouli was booked in the Clackamas county jail on an attempted murder charge in is being held without bail. There's a photo now of a man who robbed the Columbia Bank in Raleigh hills, Monday and police think he's responsible for several other Bank heists, we have his photo of ninety dot com. The man gave a note to the teller demanding cash then fled the Bank with the money. Police searched the area but couldn't find him. President Trump's former attorney has agreed to testify before house lawmakers. Next month. And the president says he's okay with that. No word about it. At all. No, Michael Cohen's move is reportedly voluntary and comes amid a promise Democrats have made to investigate. The Trump administration oversight committee chairman Elijah Cummings says his staff is consulting with special counsel, Robert Muller's office. President Trump says adding more security to the US Mexico border is just commonsense today in Texas, the president said building a physical wall at the southern border is the right thing to do. He noted he's still considering declaring a national emergency to fund the project. A memorial was held Newport last night for the three crab fisherman who died when their boat capsized at the bar. Josh porter James Lacey and Stephen banenky died in the accident fishing. Captain, Gary ripka was a friend of Porter's and tells K to news he's seen very season. Fishermen lose their lives doesn't get easier. When you get older doing it. It's just a dangerous as just as risky, and it doesn't change a local nonprofit representing the fishing community is now accepting donations for the affected families. Visit Newport fisherman's watch dot com. Oregon state's basketball team hosts USC tonight. A Gill Coliseum in eleven ninety Xs Ron Callan says the beefs thing they'll do well in Pac twelve play beavers. No doubt basking in that seventy seven seventy two win over Oregon last weekend in Eugene to open Pac twelve play tonight, though, it's USC than on Sunday UCLA. Here's Wayne.

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"bouli" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"And of course, the the the grownups cannot really go after them. Yes, they can be quite aggressive even to one another. So this species the they live on a number of islands in Indonesia, and as a Dulce they get huge they can grow up to about three meters or ten feet in length. Actually, I think the the largest one ever I read visit even bigger than that. It was like ten point three feet in length, and they can weigh over one hundred and thirty kilograms or about three hundred pounds. Again. I think I read that the biggest one ever measured was something like three hundred sixty pounds. Wow. They are venomous they deliver a bite that prevents the praise blood from clotting. However, they do not primarily hunt live prey get the majority of their diet from scavenging dead or dying animals, though. Of course, they do also hunt when they hunt live prey, those prey species can be all kinds of things mainly dear. I think deers the biggest one, but also bovines pigs rodents monkeys goats and the have on occasion as we said attacked and killed humans. But this does not make them our enemy. These are magnificent, scaly beasts, and they themselves are threatened in conservation status terms. You know, like you got the the IUCN classifications they are not yet considered endangered, but they are considered vulnerable. According to the WWF, they're only about six thousand left on earth and only about three hundred and fifty breeding females. And for that reason there are these conservation in captivity breeding efforts going on around the world. But so I wanna tell. Komodo dragon story in two thousand five a female Komodo dragon named soon guy was living at the London zoo. And that year she produced a clutch of twenty two eggs, four of which were viable. But there is a problem. It had been two and a half years since guy had been anywhere near a male Komodo dragon. So in order in order to explain her laying these eggs, it would seem she either had to somehow store sperm from a male for over two years, which is technically possible sometimes in reptiles there are like sperm storage methods that sometimes happen or she had performed parthenogenesis and her eggs hatch, seven and a half months after she laid them in her offspring seemed healthy in two thousand six a female Komodo dragon named flora was living at the Chester zoo in the UK, and she was at the time one of only two sexually mature female Komodos in the. Whole continent of Europe, as I said, you know, mini-zoos around the world do these Komodo dragon breeding programs to try to help get the numbers backup. And at the time. Flora had not been breeding. In fact, she had never even wants been kept him in enclosure with a male nevertheless in two thousand six she produced a clutch of twenty five eggs and eleven seemed viable at first. So what could explain this? I mean, you have to wonder was there like a male Komodo dragon running loose in England seek secretly getting into the pins when nobody's watching. And if we do entertain that possibility we we have to name that English. Komodo dragon. What was his name who I don't an a rogue English. Komodo dragon be Rupert right? Rupert may or may be kind of kind of a Robin Hood type of figure could be Komodo hood rub in commodity. It's not live. He's Clive is a good name. Okay. So Clive did Clive get in there. Or did something else happen turns out? It was not Clive. So there was a paper published in nature in two thousand six by watts Bouli, Sanderson Boardman CO fee in Gibson called parthenogenesis in Komodo dragons in the author's here performed genetic fingerprinting tests on.

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"bouli" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Be featured in the upcoming halftime show as a tribute to Lindbergh's legacy is contributions to generation of children into truly showcase. The greatness that song the world agreed. And it already has at the time of this printing, which was probably weeks ago or a year ago. I don't know more than fifty thousand signatures and. Still climbing. So people want that to happen. I've never watched bunch of. I I've I haven't either I've seen parts it was one of those shows that the bub the Bob part. I'm mostly the pants the pants part. It was one of those shows that I was like why does everybody like this? And then I smoked weed one time, and it was like I get it now. But I if you watch it you're like, I don't, but don't kinder- stand. Yeah. Anyway, they are next story from Mike Khudzha what? Cut Tagil, Mike Khudzha. Yeah. I used to work with him. Oh, well, Ashley's best friend tweeted. I didn't talk. Can we talk about? How would you say? I said, hi salsa. Why is that was nickname sausa-? Yeah. Salsa Sasa Sasa yet from just a nickname. I don't know. Anyway. Can we talk about how the Carolina Hurricanes will be wearing Hartford where Lewis jerseys December twenty third and how weird that is? Maybe compare it to look at him. He's producing maybe compared to other sports relocations, and how that would look, okay. See wearing SuperSonics or something else. Lots of Connecticut. Wailer fans are pissed. This is one of those stories if you just look at the surface, and you're not a Connecticut fan, you're like, oh, cool. They're bringing back the jersey everybody. Loves that jersey. I loved that jersey. And I remind people they did play their first two seasons in Boston. As the Boston whalers, regardless. So yeah, they're they're going to the hurricanes are the team that the whalers became when they moved. And so they're paying tribute as they phrased it to their history by bringing back these jerseys. They're gonna wear them on the twenty third and Wailers fans feel like yo you took our team. And now, you're gonna wear our jerseys. It's not fair one fan Fulham. Tar heel tweeted, this is not the whalers. This is the canes sir selling them fine wearing them in preseason fine as well wearing them during two of the eighty two official games a bridge too far from me congrats on the money, you'll make sir. But this Kaynak since nineteen Ninety-seven is angry. And what I'd like to say. There is first of all why doesn't will Cain. Call his fans. Caney? That's my first question. I believe he calls them the Willisch, which answers my question. I get what he's going for their second question. Are you a Kaynak since ninety nine hundred does that mean, you still your you still root for the? You're mad. That's confusing. So is he mad hurricanes? Right. So he's mad about. The the fact that they're wearing it from the canes side. Yeah, why it doesn't make any sense because it's like you're representing another team. I guess that's stupid. Chris Bouli to took the other side said the city of Hartford royally screwed up. I letting the NHL get the rights to logo back. This is just absolutely awful twenty one years later in the NHL and the hurricanes are still finding ways to kick us in the pants. It's a nice wave saying what he wanted to say the whalers logo slash name has nothing to do with Carolina. And then Jade Hoi Wai believe used to work here. Work with trait. Yeah. Let's stop celebrating this. And remember, the whalers were stolen from the great fans of Hartford Connecticut by corrupt politicians. Gotta here. People do really seem to be upset about. Ashley, what do you think? The worst part is that they're wearing them against the Bruins. So a lot of people who used to be wheelers fans in our Bruins fan or like not only do I watch my old logo to watch against the team for now. That's both thrill messed up. It is really really messed up. Why did they pick that day think it was specific in the pants? It is a real kick in the pants kicked me right in the Shanna these pants. I also will say I think the Bruins should wear Wailers jerseys. We they used to be in Boston. They should both wear them. Yeah..

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"bouli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Of course, like he's not going to be telling him look this gives you the best opportunity for rings. But you might have to take a little less, and it's just not how Scott bore steers his clients here. It is here. He is talking about rings over mindset prices as really open to the geography what he's really looking for is the ownership to. Make sure that he has every opportunity she has goals to win a world championship to play competitive teams, as you know, as as best as baseball teams to be competitive annual all those things so. Obviously, there's a lot of owners believe their franchises do that. That's the crazy part is as much as baseball teams can be competitive annually. That's the quote from. No one does that even the Yankees and the Red Sox who's in the dodgers who spend as much money as anybody. They don't win the World Series. This isn't the warriors. This isn't Cleveland Cavaliers with LeBron. You can have all of these guys. And you look at the Red Sox won the World Series because of Nathan of oldie and Stephen Pierce last year when the dodgers made the World Series when they got there half of their salary was dead money. I mean when it wasn't a big salad that got him in. Yes. When you hear this? You know, what happens, but that is correct. Grammar stealing Roger's Jain right now. Upset Robert Allen we like to celebrate national days throughout this fine country. Today is one of them is national bossy day. Bouli obeys is that what you're going or that could be that? What is that by the way? Labasa? The bossy. Do you know at Boola posses? That's why the show's -cational t to people, including myself bullies. And it's it's like a fish stew. Oh, it's in the family of Gumbo. Right. Oh, really, very good. Really good. What nationality where does it? Come french. I think I think you're correct. Gaumont? Modest you have to listen funny. Right, andy. Yes, I do. No. You don't Travis you do right? The list of the national days. It's also nationality Abam, which we talked about what other day is national Alabama day Maureen over celebrated earlier and other day. You're not going to do that one. It's monkey day. There you go. Yeah. Go to the zoo. And check out the chimps in the oh thing. That's right. That's monkeys fabs. And he got me thinking, I think pretty much laid it so duly Abbassi boss every now and then when the zookeepers wanna treat them, right? Lives are on the line this weekend in the NFL will pull back the pigskin on week fifteen next..

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"bouli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Of course, like he's not going to be telling him look this gives you the best opportunity for rings. But you might have to take a little less, and it's just not how Scott bore steers his clients here. It is here. He is talking about rings over mindset prices as really open to the geography what he's really looking for is the ownership to. Make sure that he has every opportunity she has goals to win a world championship to play competitive teams, as you know, as as best as baseball teams to be competitive annual all those things so. Obviously, there's a lot of owners believe their franchises do that. That's the crazy part is as much as baseball teams can be competitive annually. That's the quote from. No one does that even the Yankees and the Red Sox who's in the dodgers who spend as much money as anybody. They don't win the World Series. This isn't the warriors. This isn't Cleveland Cavaliers with LeBron. You can have all of these guys. And you look at the Red Sox won the World Series because of Nathan of oldie and Stephen Pierce last year when the dodgers made the World Series when they got there half of their salary was dead money. I mean when it wasn't a big salad that got him in. Yes. When you hear this? You know, what happens, but that is correct. Grammar stealing Roger's Jain right now. Upset Robert Allen we like to celebrate national days throughout this fine country. Today is one of them is national bossy day. Bouli obeys is that what you're going or that could be that? What is that by the way? Labasa? The bossy. Do you know at Boola posses? That's why the show's -cational t to people, including myself bullies. And it's it's like a fish stew. Oh, it's in the family of Gumbo. Right. Oh, really, very good. Really good. What nationality where does it? Come french. I think I think you're correct. Gaumont? Modest you have to listen funny. Right, andy. Yes, I do. No. You don't Travis you do right? The list of the national days. It's also nationality Abam, which we talked about what other day is national Alabama day Maureen over celebrated earlier and other day. You're not going to do that one. It's monkey day. There you go. Yeah. Go to the zoo. And check out the chimps in the oh thing. That's right. That's monkeys fabs. And he got me thinking, I think pretty much laid it so duly Abbassi boss every now and then when the zookeepers wanna treat them, right? Lives are on the line this weekend in the NFL will pull back the pigskin on week fifteen next..

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"bouli" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

This Unmillennial Life

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"bouli" Discussed on This Unmillennial Life

"Coffee in the morning can kinda give that little extra jolt to the call in to kind of keep things going because they're intestine by nature is just sluggish because so from a Metamucil standpoint, you know, what I was saying about the like these waivers, and then like the little pockets that you can take on the go. You know, I take those with me because the Metamucil just does something to kind of regulate that Motilal tea and keep things moving just in a really nice process and keep the. Assistant see really, really good. And I think people when I share that they are just shocked them these forty two year old woman. And I, you know, I don't not don't work for Minnesota. I'm not spokesperson for them. But if seen right difference that it makes, and I, you know, just kind of share that to say to people that win Kate gives that as a recommendation pets, not Bouli recommendation that's far off and really something that you think about like nobody's doing that. Because it does make a big difference in. I don't know can you? If you wanna take a minute and talk about why makes such a big difference. Exactly. Well, it's a very interesting fiber. It is you know, at forms of this gifts solution. So that this cost city released seems to help along with the soluble fiber in Metamucil, really soften the stool. And it's an interesting fiber in the sense that actually Metamucil can help both constipation and diarrhea. So that. That it will soak up some of the extra water that's in the colon, which would aid someone if they tend towards diarrhea intellectually actually soak it up and bring it into the stool, and at that same with the same concept, if the stool is dry, it's actually adding water to the stool, and it kind of prevent it's it's not really the the the type of fiber and the way it forms in the gut. It's not really that accessible by gut bacteria. So it remains intact. So it adds bulking to the stool as well. So it has a softening affect for constipation the pulling of the water and sponge like affect for people with diarrhea, and then adding balk which can really help with just passing the stool. So it really is the fiber supplement with the best evidence and really can be quite, you know, magical for. Some people not everyone, but some people really find Metamucil to be, you know, a great adjunct to their healthcare regimen in a will say again that you know, when people are traveling if I could give one piece of advice as someone who travels fairly frequently and sometimes has some really long extensive travel. You know, you know, as you're sitting there thinking, yeah, you know, when I'm traveling is one of the times where I'm eating at weird hours or eating meals that I didn't plan. I'm just not on my routine, and I just feel completely out of kilter that you know, we're talking about this today as a somewhat taboo topic, but not pooping while you're traveling really makes you feel terrible. And that's where my personal recommendation comes in too. Don't discount the benefit that something like the Metamucil, which is actually, you know, the brand name for silly them Cillian or silly Hus which is the freight that it's made up from you can certainly find silly m-. That's not. As easily dissolve -able and flavored the way Metamucil is. But I think the Metamucil product really works from that standpoint, you know, something to consider taking with you when you travel, I would just give that personal recommendation. Now, what you mentioned as a part of the fact that it works so well because it remains in tax, and it's not as accessible to the bacteria in your your gastrointestinal system is, you know, one of the great sides of of Metamucil instill Eum, but the flip side is the other recommendation that you gave which are probiotics that are the healthy bacteria in your GI system that want certain types of fiber to feed off of so not one of them..

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"bouli" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"bouli" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Helping you get to work on time. I'm Ed Torrence, news ninety six point five WDBO Marsh. I have a confession to make. Yeah. I just consume some caffeine. What did you have? I had. I had a cat. I took a caffeine pill my headache. So I figure if Alta I got today's today's Friday I've got the weekend. I would rather not be on the radio with a splitting headache. I would rather just be home in a darkened room going into convulsions coming off of caffeine for the weekend. And then by Monday, I'll be Chipper. And so I I just don't want. I don't want it to get ugly here on the radio this morning. So I'm gonna go ahead. And all right. And I did I did I took a half. Yeah. So I'm still on the taper. I'm still I either way consuming quite a bit less caffeine than I previously had finally got around changing the subject to watching was it manifest. Yeah. Yeah. I thought it was good. I did to the first one. Do you get the sense that? I'm glad you watch. I can talk to someone about it. Do you get the sense that this is going to end up being a religious show? I think so do I do too. And I'm okay with that. I am too. Yeah. So another good one. Have you seen new Amsterdam? No, that's awesome. Which handles that on that's on Bouli on this is us channel, which maybe that's a channel. Well, it's on the network. It's an hour. It comes on at ten us. Yes, NBC. Okay. So NBC. So you first of all you have to watch. This is what you have to go back and get caught up. That's what about the suicide. No. That was a crock pot. Remember, the fire and the okay, remember, okay? I'll watch that. Okay. So you gotta go back. Catch up with that. And there's only one or two episodes out. And then there's only two they're holding them Amsterdam's. You can't like binge on them. Yeah. And I asked what I don't like about manifest. That's frankly, that's what I don't like about TV. Yeah. Broadcast TV is it because they can't watch them on my schedule yourself, which is good. I guess you know, it drops today. What the man in the high castle? Oh, good Amazon drops today. So this I think is season three which means I got to go back and watch all of season two over again. Because I forget everything from last season to keep up with the man high castle, it can be an exhausting show. But it's so exciting. It's so it's it's an alternate history. Type scifi type thing and win and the Japanese win the Germans and the Japanese win World War Two and the Americans lose and the United States is split half, German, half Japanese. It's it's a fascinating story and them. So that concludes this portion of what is on. Contributes.

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"bouli" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"bouli" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

"All right, welcome back is there were more. I am black on the air. You guys very excited to back it kinda then a jagged schedule. We have this fall, but we're trying to get as much as we can because there's so much going on and there's so much cover today's episode of have air called. I talked to a couple of days ago such a great interviewing such interesting guy. I could've talked to him for a while. I think he has like that. We talked a lot about he's really involved in the upcoming election, and we talked some about gerrymandering redistricting lot of exciting stuff like that. About you. Bouli Trump and all that stuff, but there's so much going on. So here's the thing I got. Our friend. Our friend Tommy altuve sitting right now. How's it going? Dummy, Hayler timing jobs by, you know, Grace's I stopped and sometimes stops. And sometime Tom is the global globetrotter I told you guys this, you know, Mayes excited here who he's hanging out with, but Tommy was very, he's a little bit. I don't know if he said this morning or if he's kinda looking for, we're talking about twenty twenty course which makes if you're if you're missing, it's it's a bleak conversation. It's very because here's the problem. You guys, you know, you've heard this before I make predictions that hate. I'm in the uncomfortable position of Prague masticated things that I don't like that makes me throw up in my mouth, and I did that in two thousand fifteen s early. Making them early and not. I'm not even just saying this on your show, knowing anyone in the public Guy. guy. It was dark thing where you kept saying. Bad feeder? No, you're talking about there and just kept saying, that's why we called it the blackening in the beginning because I saw it had nothing to do Hillary Clinton. It had to do with getting that blackout way all the black. On the black person. Exactly. We got UN black in this whole town right now. I mean, I came straight at it from a racial point of view, but even though some of that is ingest, it is I'm I was looking at it from a cultural standpoint that America like Trump's America was being so p.m pulled so far left from they're putting their like, fuck this shit. We got to put the worst way man. The worst example. Guarantee gonna stick up for us guarantee and a stick politics. It. He said, he's going to say both sides, you know, that's our guy, you know. So having said that. Doug about a little bit of this with Eric Holder, but I think Trump is governing not out of policy or ideology. He's not like Reagan where people Reagan had a big following with young people who were caught in this resurgence of the conservative movement, and there's kind of a movement behind Reagan that kind of buoy his presidency, especially in the beginning. But it was around the ideology of a pure conservatism, you know, but Trump doesn't have that. There's no ideology that's is booming zero. I know cult of personality. Yes. He's the guy that from their point of view sticks up against the bully left. He's that guy. He says, fake news. He says this that, you know, and this is why would this is why the Republicans not to get off twenty twenty, but this is what they're worried about. The fall, twenty eighteen, right? They're running people that are not Trump their fair Trump's and try to act like him. You can't pull it off. No, and his fan base doesn't care and run some kind of new attractive democr-. Attic candidates, which is interesting to, you know who who are now being a bit fearless on their own of Democrats who aren't afraid anymore to be to actually be progress..

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"bouli" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"bouli" Discussed on Science Friday

"Because every story has a flip side. It's been hot summer all over northern hemisphere, especially tough on countries not used to sweltering in this weather like the UK the summer in the United Kingdom has been the driest on record the gardens and lawns they've all dried up, what could possibly be good and all of that? Well, my next guest aerial archaeologist says it's been a good summer for finding things, buried, deep beneath the ground. Dr Robert Bouli is director of endangered archaeology in the Middle East and northern Africa at the university of Oxford in Oxford. Welcome to science Friday. Hello? Hi. So this this weather is actually good news for archaeologists. Well, it good news for aerial. He'll just in the in that we can get into Europe lanes used drones and take photographs of science that we would otherwise not be able to see. We might get a hint of. Of them from the ground, but you've got to get into the the pot of them and see these sites that because of the exceptional weather as a showing up in grass and and the the various crops in a way that really only happens, won't have retained twenty years, but this has been an exceptionally dry. Yes, it's fantastic news for us as the ground dries out other stuff you can see coming up in it sort of visually through the grant. Yes, yes. I mean in so particularly for punch monks when when the grass above a wool, for example, it's always looking for water nutrients, but it's because he's above a will. He can't find them. So it just it just sort of dies above that wall and that you get it as yellow, Mark, and the surrounding areas green. And then in the wheat crop or a Bali crop, you get a the crops above a whether's, more nutrients, more water stay greener Falungong. So you gotta dunk Ma with a yellow area around it. And we can see sites date from two or three thousand BC or they might. Even just relate to the second World War. So it's fantastic because you get all killer from the twentieth century right back to five thousand BC. So it's great. So you're up there flying around now. You're documenting these things as well as you can. Well. Well, I the moment because August most of the crops are off, so that's what the people in in England while Scotland have been doing and and on the taking the aerial reconnaissance I tend to now's, you said, introduction work in the Middle East, North Africa. So it's not different for me, but I used to do this all the time and in England than we used to pray for some like this and hope that we would get a hot dry summer on the last one. Everybody casts them back to nineteen seventy six. And we've had other dry summers in between, but nothing on the scale of this, it's been hotter drier for longer than we can possibly remember been following it. Have you have folks found anything so far? What kinds of things are popping up? It's a whole range of things from you know island. They found another hinge monument in the press or Kenya, monument and passage, grave in the Boyne valley. The have been numerous prehistoric enclosures closures squad. Hiring closures found in wiles and all throughout England and Scotland. And the problem is is the so many photographs being taken. You have to, you have to take seize the moment and take the photographs, then takes a long time to actually begin to assess it. And I remember in nineteen thousand nine and we had a really dry summer. He took many months if not into the following year before we'd been able to look at all, just even look at all the photographs and see what it is that have been discovered. So it's going to take some time before the real impact is known, but it is literally hundreds if not thousands of new sites and information about sites that we know added information about that because you know, Roman forts where you can see the internal arrangements that we couldn't before or running into them an associated sites around. So it's building up the picture of the landscape makes it really interesting. That's that's. That's good to see. There is a little bit of a silver lining to this drought, and he absolutely. Okay. Thank you. Dr. Bugling talked about stay cool robbery bureau, director of endangered archaeology in the Middle East and northern Africa university of Oxford..

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"bouli" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"bouli" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Ripples throughout southeast asia a region that has witnessed significantly deteriorating in declaration in democracy in recent years the un children's agency unicef warned on friday that hundreds of thousands of children in the central province of kasai in the democratic republic of the congo face imminent death from hunger in asaf spokesperson christoph bouli iraq who just returned from a trip to kasai told the bbc quote i was really shocked by what i saw there on quote he said he had visited three hospitals and seem children suffering from severe acute malnutrition on his return a few days later he found that several of those children had died he said quote we are not saying that children are at risk of dying of malnutrition in kasai we are saying that children are already dying they are dying they have died in silence in the bush unquote you have said that its report kasai by a children's crisis issued friday that without urgent humanitarian assistance child fatalities in the kasai region could skyrocket it reported that seven hundred seventy thousand children are malnourished with four hundred thousand at risk of death the agency has appealed for eighty eight million dollars to support children in kasai without the funds to be spent on child nutrition the kasai region was once one of the most prosperous and peaceful in the dr congo but it descended into violence in two thousand sixteen when the government refused to recognize the traditional chief and imposed its own man instead the followers of the traditional chief and the army are both accused of widespread atrocities the all the escape for thousands of families was to flee into the bush and to stay there for months subsisting on on what they could find end not planting crops as some families returned to their destroyed villages no crops or food wait for them along with those congolese who fled their homes in kasai an estimated four point five million congolese have been displaced across the country due to conflict the drc government however disputes this figure and last month it boycotted a donor conference to raise money for the crisis but no one who has visited can doubt the horror of kasai last year amid reports of killings and violence there zadar adda hussain the u n high commissioner for human rights visited and called the region a landscape of horror.

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