19 Burst results for "Buni"
Utsuro Bune: Ancient Japanese UFOs?
"The waves were coming in strong on the eastern coast of Japan. On February twenty-second Eighteen. Oh three heavy. Winds whipped the water into a froth fishermen gathered at the docks waiting for the Ocean to settle as they looked out to the water. Something strange coauthor attention what appeared to be a large circular vessel without rounded top crested a swell. Oh it was drifting aimlessly at the mercy of the turbulence by afternoon. The waters had calmed and a search party of small. Oh boats eagerly set out to find the unusual object. The fishermen caught up with it not too far offshore. They were intrigued by curious. Glass glass windows built into the top part of the ship. They wondered out loud. What was inside the whole? Could it be treasurer or something more sinister. Their curiosity piqued the fisherman towed. The ship back to land for a closer inspection. They called it would soomro. Oh Buni the hollow boat. Once it was anchored on shore. A few of the bravest man climbed on top to get a look inside. They put their hands to the glass windows blocking the glare from the sun what they saw shocked them. The inner panels of the ship were covered with text ext in an unrecognizable language. What's more there was a small bed with sheets and a parcel of what looked like food and water inside inside? That's when they saw movement something inside the ship and it was still alive. Are we alone. Have we been alone. Will we be alone. Stories of alien visitation station have been ingrained in human history alien. Life may not be confirmed but our obsession with it can't be
"buni" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"The jewelry business as you get older. Your clientele starts dying. Right. So it gets tougher and tougher sure to sell. Jewelry jers-, you know, jewelries for the young. I guess I don't know. Yeah. I mean, it's the same with anything, you know, exactly, you gotta market, and they obviously get old, and they don't need your services anymore, except music the same way, their dad denture. Yeah. A lot of them are dead, but your brothers just like each just hanging around with, like minded dudes down there. Yeah. Yeah. You guys get along we. Yeah. We do. Yeah. That's nice to get along up in my big brother, always have. That's why took his name. And then, like, what you were talking about that was the music in the house about starting to sing yet. Oh, yeah. So, man, like you know. I was feeling so bad that song would hit the go good up that good. Good love, you know, the whole house would explode. Yeah. And we would all sing. Yeah. And then when we went to camp, not my brother, but my sister, and I went to the camp, you know, like in the summer. Yeah. In New York. Upstate New York or they asked me. There was things like color war, did you ever go to camp? Yeah. Yeah. It's a great experience. Your man. I went to a few especially for people that like to entertain. Yeah, it was my first experience as an entertainer as an athlete. Yeah. As you know, feeling up girls. Yeah. I could still remember that. It's a big day. Yeah. Off the basketball court. Oh, yeah. Dark. Yeah. Walked in my girlfriend out, and the basketball, court was kind of set up on a you know, they had dogs a lot of mound and they put the basketball court up on the mound. So it had a little slope off the basketball court with nice grass. Yes. Just later in the grass right there and start a feeler. Yeah. Fourteen no thirteen twelve. Yeah. Something, you know. Yeah. Yeah. Levins and twelve. Yeah. Right. Sixth grade. Yeah. Fixing seven that's one of the, the boob started to enter the hand come out. I went to I went to an arts and music camp, actually, and I think that's true. It's the first time you get a chance to sort of, like explore your talent. So check this out. I was so young. I had a song they written when I was a little little boy. Yeah. That my sister, and I we would make songs up. Yeah. The song goes, it's called Albany. Yeah. It doesn't make any sense, but it's into different language my first song, I can sing it for a nonsense song. Awesome likes. Sure. Okay. Do it. Elegantly. La, boom, me. Atla. Boom me, Al Buni, Buni Buni rats in nudie nudity nudity. Why didn't change their record that? Well, I was famous for it in sleep boy. Cam albany. They would make me get up and sing. Yeah. When cola war broke up broke out. Yeah. The whole side of my team like there's basically, what color warriors, is to. You're in summer camp for. I don't know it seems like two months, but it's probably one month. Yeah. You go up there, you get to know counselors other kids, you've never met before or play sports. And there's also theater. Yeah. So there's a stage you put on plays. Yeah. I was often asked to sing and really enjoyed it. So it was like theater shirt only thing. I didn't like is crazy. What was really skinny? Yeah. It's still pretty skinny. I'm pretty skinny still. Yeah. I didn't like cold water. Like the late career bugged me me out, just because it was. Freezing. So I often had a cold. But you're you're the singer, but I was really good singer. Good basketball player. Yeah. And the chicks. Yeah he did. Alright. I did. I.
"buni" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"One o'clock joining us now is Buni Tomlinson. I apologize. I've been mispronouncing your name Buni Tomlinson, filmmaker making a film called just like that song New Mexico ring. Good afternoon. How are you? I am doing wind up a Richard. Thanks for having me on. Yeah. We're all right. Hopefully, we can hear your little bit better. All right. So New Mexico rain Bill and Bonnie Hearne and people can see it when and where. Absolutely. So absolutely. So the screening either we're having to screen coming up on February six we are having a screening at the crown on a starting at five o'clock, and we're going to have a little live if I failed starting at five and then the screening at six. And. Proceeds event for the musical words Mexico. He's a commission. And so we're just gonna celebrate bills birthday did have a good time in screen the movie that's going to happen. February six at starting at five at vomit crown and they were also playing at the center phase civil he's falling week on Sunday September seventeenth at three thirty similar. Yes. Check specific scheduling on that Santa Fe compensable site. All right, film is called into Mexico. Rain, obviously about Bill and Bonnie Hearne by director filmmaker Buni Thomasson. What is your background in film? Absolutely. I started back in sixth grade. I just always had a passion to is a visual learner. And so I've always just kind of always attracted to film and really like. Doubting. You know, just you know, always just wanted to see things and I decided miss good. I was gonna make a project. I got a bunch of friends together took me nine months to make my first movie. And I decided at that point that that's what I wanted to do. So I got into high school, and I figured out the hosts social media thing and ended up connecting with a lotta filmmakers ended up getting internships than high school. And then just started to stop production company right out of high school. And that's what I do full time. Now, of course, I went to college actually, graduated at Santa Fe, university art, design and got my bachelor's degree there. Yes. And. That's a lot a business relationships in Santa Fe fun to come back and do work there and just always back to Santa Fe. But I run a production company now, and I do corporate work by day. And I try to make independent documentaries and movies. You know when I can all right two quick questions. Where do you live now Buni? I live in Oklahoma City and kind of feel like a live in both places. But I I live in Oklahoma City. Ok you said you have production company may be some corporate types of love to hire you to do some work of people like to pitch you for independent work wins the film company where can people find it? Absolutely. It's called Wenda swept media, and our website is a windswept media dot net. All right. And then Thirdly, I guess you're kind of a testament to the fact that you can actually go to film school and make living and do what you love doing. Absolutely. You know, you gotta give credit to the internet mean, the, you know, set me before the internet. You know, you have to like physically go into the studios you have to like hand your resume or trying to get your way in there. Now, you have social media, and it's all about who, you know. And so that's the beauty of life. Kind of how my career flourishes by just connecting people through the internet. And, you know, presenting the my work and my work gets passed on. So it. It's a it's a definitely, you know, love the way you get jobs and step is not bow. Like, you have a degree or not. It's more about what you know. What can you do? What can I you know, what's your portfolio light? And that's kind of how that's how it is in today's, you know industry. So now, you don't have to go in you, don't even have to call you can just bam people to death until they respond. Happens to me. All right. So why this topic why Bill in Bonnier, absolutely? So one of my clients in Santa Fe is the New Mexico platinum music awards. I each year produce the bio-pics for each of the honoree. So the videos are actually presented at the awards show. And I found the story Bill bondage to be moving that decided that I wanted to make a documentary about them my niche idea for the family to highlight the challenges that they overcame, and you know, how they kinda succeed in the entertainment industry. And I guess, you know, I, I it'd be very honest with you, I didn't really know a lot about like, the, Texas and New Mexico music like every minute who like it'd be very honestly, I didn't really know like Michael her and allow it and those guys is just I. I grew up in, you know, listen to a lot of pop and wrath, and that was just got my music is younger and so really documentary. Really starting to like, you know, studying about like, you know, Michael, my Murphy guy, Clark, all these different. Yeah. And I actually what should be curvier folk festival. You know, part of the filming it just, you know, really like started to really appreciate more about how you know. Of course, what how Bill Bonnie really influenced these artists and making this film. I really wanted to be able to find you. It's like we were very blessed to actually have a conversation with allow Levitt Michael Martin, Murphy and Robert arcane, and they were able to kind of you know, putting their teeth said about Bill Bill and Bonnie, but I didn't realize how Bonnie were such idols artists. And also the challenges that they have to overcome, you know, the bolts blind, and that's. The challenge itself and trying to make a living in that way. And but also to see the love for each other. You know, not just about the music, and they were truly a couple that really loved each other in music was a way for them to kind of stay together and connect and and keep moving in Ford and everything and I respect that because you know, the child's life face. I now I was adopted from maniam orphan and coming into the state I have to I was very devoutly behind because I was in an orphanage I had a lot of trying to the have to overcome. And so to see what they could do that. They don't want anything stop them. It just kind of connected like, you know, what I have to go up to grow barring up and learning new language and having you know, physically emotionally have to work things out. I knew that I can get through it. And they did they didn't stop it. So. Thomasson is our guest. He's a filmmaker made a film. Called New Mexico rain, it'll be showing well, he'll he'll tell us win and wear and how we can see it again coming up so Buni two things. First of all did this expand your horizons. Can you appreciate the music of and be careful you live in Oklahoma City. Now, don't share with people in Oklahoma City. You've never heard Merle haggard or Garth Brooks. That could be a detriment. I yes, I have heard that. Okay. Good. Okay. Yes. I am. Has it expanded your horizon? No, can you. Now appreciate you know, Lyle of it. Absolutely. Like, I switched my Spotify playlist to lobbied or. Music. Always better Willie Nelson fan. My dad is a really big or Nelson fan. I've definitely have gone me. I've gone to almost five or six times, the Willie Nelson concerts. So I definitely definitely, you know, definitely. But you know, I think more is this real understanding the Texas music seeing it right out. That's what I really like get a grasp. I didn't realize there was such Meany artists. There has influenced what you hear country music of today and oak music, and all that stuff. And so that's something that, you know, Bill bonding kind of building blocks to the law these artists, and that's something. I was really proud to just see it also see the crate if I want you wanna bills recording fashion and just kind of see him collaborating and kind of see what he died. I think it is recorded kind of kind of see how you know, everything that they put into it. You know, they they, you know, they reacting influenced other artists to kind of go out and try new things. The film making is is a frequent topic on this show yesterday. We had a couple of filmmakers on talking about a film. They make about fighting wildfires call wildland, and I learned for the first time there's such a thing as a six K K cameras. What do you shoot with? So I sit with four k camera. But, you know, people ask me like what's the difference between four and eight honestly is camera. Oh. Now, it's just how much lighting you can shoot at night, and you can shoot wider wider panoramic shots. But nothing that the human eye can detect right? Exactly. But really what a four K resolution, technically. I would try to simplify this is how much you can crop in on an image without starting to lose this resolution so on an AK if you're at ten eighty television, and you're watching an AK footage you could crop in really really tight. I'm talking down to the eye and you're not gonna start losing resolution, but a four K it's the same way you might start using some resolution, but say that you're at a ten eighty footage. You're trying to cross in ten eighty footage. All doubt, you're saying someone I the resolution is really blurry and pixelated that's not gonna look Raigad. So that's really the difference between like a to Canada four K is how much you can crop footage. How many in your production company? I I I mean, I it's me. My company. I have I have two other guys that worked for me. I have a DP editor. And then I have another creative guy in Chicago that works on a couple of projects. So about three guys you'll be at these screenings of New Mexico rain, people can come by and chat with you. Absolutely. Yes. I'll be at both screens. And yes, oh, definitely come to one of the screenings. I mean, we're just kicking off our festival run very kind of kind where we're gonna take off. You know, we've we've expired over forty festivals around the country, and we're hoping to get accepted all of them possibly, you know, the the biofilms in the platinum music awards a really really nice, and it's really nice. You know to go back and see the beginnings of some of these artists go back or or show what they're doing now in really fine detail that you can't just do with words, much better than pictures and music. So once again, the film is called New Mexico, rain, Buni Tomlinson, our guest Buni win will there when we can can we see him again and both bolt showings at violet crown. Actually, you could see the New Mexico right at violet crown that is February six that's Wednesday. February sick debate.
"buni" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Welcome two thousand nineteen rate. It's so good to be on with you again this year. How are you? Happy new year. Jeff, it's a pleasure to be joining you on your inaugural broadcast. We did the same thing the first hour of the show. And I really appreciate the fact that went home inspection is coming back as one of our major contributors to excellent commentary. So thank you very much. And I I hope you enjoyed your holidays. Have a great year ahead of you. We did we had a lot of fun. Got the grandkids down in New Mexico and took the polar express right up in. Wrangle saw fantasy we allow some with that great listened to your first first year your first hour Filaret. And you know, you talk about good gusts and things like that. And Scott Robinson. I always love listening to his insight, and that was one of the big reasons I was so happy to have you on. Here's our first guest today to talk about the new year. And and what do we see coming here in Santa Fe? Well, you know, as I as I commented on in the first hour of the show in two thousand eighteen the Santa Fe association of realtors are actually realize the best performing year for home sales since two thousand eight when the financial crisis occurred. That's a major issue. And the reason why it's significant well, obviously, it's great for anyone that's involved in the trade. But we as real estate brokers or delighted to put so many people into those homes condos. Actually, the properties that they purchased and built new homes all of those things associated with building a stronger housing market in Santa Fe was one of our rewards. The amazing thing for us again at Sotheby's international realty. Jeff is that not only did we exceed our two thousand eight numbers for sales. We actually exceeded two thousand six numbers. And the reason why that's major for us as a brokerage. Is that two thousand six was one of the finest real estate years across the past decade. So what it means to us and to answer your question is that going into two thousand nineteen though inventory of homes that are available for purchase is still a challenge. We're expecting that the first half of two thousand nineteen will be very similar to two thousand eighteen with strong sales. Lots of buyer demand interest rates have crept up a little bit. But still there at historic low levels. So for those who actually want to buy. A house and use a lender. As Scott Robinson, the gateway mortgage group talked about they still have many options available to them. So we're we're very optimistic about the beginning. First half of two thousand nineteen after that we have to wait and see what occurs with the general economy as well as we're interest rates are, but we're still pretty optimistic. The rest of the year will be very solid as well. It's awesome. That you I looked at my questions I had for you for a short period time. And boom you hit sales Buni hit inventory. I got a question for you. Yes, sir. Look these things to these items they affect the first time buyer more. Or would you say second third time purchaser of a home? Well, as far as inventories concerned, it affects you no matter what what your state in the market by the if you want to buy a house, you wanna buy a condo. And the inventory is tight whether your first time or this is the tenth or twentieth. Property of purchase you're still at the mercy of what's available to you. And that really counts largely on the talents of your real estate broker to actually work very hard to find a house. If if it's that you're going to be working with a lender. Obviously interest rates also similarly affect you. Whether you're a first-time homebuyer, or you're purchasing one of many homes you've owned over time. Probably as a first time home buyer. You're more impacted just as a general principle by a higher interest.
"buni" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"I don't ever wanna do your podcast or somebody else's. And they say why did you have that seal team carrying those web? They would never carry those or that's not how the you know, how we would make an entry into a into a building. So I actually having not been a seal I have to double triple quadruple check every single thing. I put in the books because it has to be authentic. Have you ever been tra- Teague for for putting getting things too close to the truth for giving away secrets or? No, you're not. But yes, so but that happens before it gets published. So I always make sure that if I've been talking to somebody about a subject or have been talking to a group of people about a certain subject that I go back to them. And let them see the manuscript because sometimes people will tell me point a in. They'll tell me point see, and I'll invent point B and B is way too close to the truth. And I've had people ask me before either don't put my name in the book because they're gonna figure out I told you or better yet that should entirely be changed. Don't wanna ruin your story. But you can't let that piece of information out. So I would never a want to endanger anyone who's down range national security, and I'm also I wouldn't wanna poison the well with people who helped me with these these books if somebody says that's gotta be out. It comes out. Comes out. Have you ever had a situation that you can cocktail come true in real life is if someone was reading your booking, but like, hey, that's a good idea. I'm terrorist. I'm going to do that. You know, what I have had a couple of things come true. I did I did a whole thing about Buni doll who was really terrorist number one before Osama bin Laden showed up and as that came out the Iraqis announced that they found him in that he committed suicide by shooting himself in the head three times. It's probably the only. At themselves in the head three. That's Larry's analysts wasn't good enough. Let me try it again. Yeah. Let me just make sure I'm dead. Let me I hate whatever you do. Don't underdo it. So that was one I was talking to the head of security for American Airlines as nine eleven happened about a hijack. And I mean, it was like the week of or just leading up to nine eleven in. I remember saying to my wife, I said you better start baking cookies because I know the FBI's gonna show up here asking why was I doing all this research and in asking questions of the in the head of security to American Airlines was fantastic. But he's d he wasn't give me any information. I we had a mutual friend. And he's like what you're the author. Make it up. I'm not gonna give you any ideas on how to hijack our aircraft. So in just a couple of things when you know when we traded Beaubourg doll for the prisoners down at Guantanamo Bay. I opened one of my books with the prisoner exchange, and I had said, okay, we're gonna trade five prisoners, which was exactly the amount of prisoners. We traded for Bowe bergdahl. I could've said six could've said four isos five to trade for a guy in. That's exactly what we ended up. Trading bergdahl. So that that sometimes it's dumb luck just mixing paint close attention to the news in history, doesn't repeat, but it does rhyme. It sure does not you try to attract current events pretty closely or do you just creek stuff out of thin air that that wouldn't really have any relation to current events in the I track him. I'm a real of rations consumer of news, so eight a buddy of mine said that a actually Brad Meltzer. Who's a great author after you've read all my books. I highly recommend Brad Meltzer. It. He's got a great sense of humor. We tease each other a lot. But Meltzer had said that a thriller writers job is to beat the headlines. And I think that's true of that's one of the hallmarks of my books. A lot of the stuff you read about in the books you'll hear about within the year or within two years happening. It got that guy. Four was a head of the curve, but MS MORI's themselves are all meant to stand the test time too. So will be pieces where you can say..
"buni" Discussed on #WeThePeople LIVE
"Let's just prognosticate about the Democrats in twenty twenty then because I saw someone just today on Twitter saying that all bottled Baden will make it through and Baden we'll defeat Trump. And I thought I'm not sure that you have your finger on the pulse of with democratic parties at at the moment. And I'm it is I'm a little bit. I mean, I know that you were a big Buni supporter and in hindsight for not calling me, Bernie, bro. I regret I regret in hindsight. The extent to which I I filed to detect the swing of dissatisfaction and the and the depth of discontent which was gonna backlash against against Clinton. And as a footnote to that Bernie won the state of Wisconsin in the primary in England in sixteen. So let me just say that I want I wanna make it clear that I do believe that Bernie Sanders could have beaten Donald Trump. Yeah. So do I I didn't I was wrong to to to write him off. I wrote him off for the same reasons. I wrote Trump off I just I didn't think that Americans liked people who were that outside of the mainstream and that Radic ambulance. Didn't go back and listen to podcasts that you. And I did. Yes. I'll bet you hear me say, you know, the anger was so intense people just wanted to punch the parties in the nose. Yeah. If if listeners wanna he may be wrong, you can listen up. Listen to my last step aside with havi which was during the the the presidential primaries. When I was I was pooh-poohing the idea of Buni run. But so let's just touch on twenty twenty if the Democrats are in a place with they seem to be highly energized by intersection -ality and new female candidates in Alexandria, Roka's, co Cortez and her Instagram fade. Do you think that's going to translate to a national candidate? Okay. So can I back off the question slightly, but come back and then come back to it. So my anxiety right now about the Democratic Party sneaking strictly as an observer of the Democratic Party, not yet giving you my preferences is that the there is such a diversity of candidates who are seeking to enter the race. And I can even name a lot of them..
"buni" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"And to his now nineteen is why is career criminal. The two bonded IVA stories if they Tom spending prison Vel NATO Barry about the Tom sheep affirmed, Catherine Buni, a fellow inmate in a Western Australian prison. Katherine Buni was incarcerated for the abduction. Right. And motives of four women crime she committed with her husband dive it covered in case. Thirty one of case fall. During the time incarcerated together. Catherine Buni allegedly told Val night Beck that having sex while murdering fame. Ow. Was the greatest throw of ole Barry, what's listened to the story with great interest. Down my back into Barry. What's thought at our relationship fully into a habit of alcoholic benders drinking in squalid Dov BAAs until thou cake day up and then carrying on in a local park until I passed out. I lead a wake up and do it. All again, the next day. It was a sordid destructive relationship punctuated by verbal and physical abuse. Despite their toxic pairing them. I was desperate to hang onto the one man Hussein willing to maintain a relationship with a in nineteen ninety six the couple married in Perth when Vilma was forty three and Barry was thirty three Val night. Took the surname of Barry's adoptive father Beck. Even when I had been out with a fond work despite their extensive criminal records. Neither Val my Beck. Norbury watts where I hold down jobs for long instead, they turn to crime and social security fraud to fund the drinking binges. Barry would break into 'cause the still books and Val night would practice copying the signature and two was close enough that she could fraudulently withdraw money from the victims Bank account. By.
"buni" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Read any physical languages and do not pretend to be scripture scholar. But I often look at the readings in Italian in the story of the blind beggar there's a certain certain shading that caught my eye in Italian. He doesn't ask Jesus to see encore again. KAO new all that. I may see a new from the beginning the final line in Italian says, suddenly he saw a new and followed behind him on the road when it comes into insight into myself. And God do I need to see a new the blindest among us are those who think they see everything clearly there are at least three kinds of blindness. The first is genuine ignorance, we truly don't know what God hopes for us. We don't see the harm. We are doing others, especially when we are acting out of resentment and fear of the other the second is the blindness of familiarity. We no longer see those we love we see throw them. We see around them. Constant media coverage makes us now. We look at the images, but no longer see them. I wonder if I have gotten to the age for my experience and problem solving approach to life leads me to process and categorize all new information. According to what I already know or think, I do am I able to see from the beginning without preconceptions or bias the living person in front of me. Now, am I able you? I still desire to read the signs of the times beyond polarizing statements and shallow stereotypes, the third is invincible. Ignorance I refuse to see the other as neighbor as sister or brother. The progression from fear to contempt to callous cruelty begins with casting a shadow on impugning or conditioning. Our common humanity. When I do that. I am refusing. I m refusing to see Christ babies in the womb are the products of conception women, especially black ones are stupid, black athletes SOB's Mexicans gang members. Muslims terrorists homosexuals threats to marriage and family all that. We were all blinds like Bartolomeo. He is utterly dependent on God. He wants to see he wants to be shown because he wants to follow most people ignore him a few pity him some even among the disciples are irradiated by his very presence. He won't shut up. Aunties throwing Jesus off schedule. Aus lazy welfare cheat. They try to block his access because he reminds them that they are not as generous or as good as they like to think they are. But Jesus tells his disciples to call him that my friends is an important word lying parka may stands for the best. That is in us the cart that refuses because sit by the side of the road that wants to follow that will not be turned away. Row Buni KAO de Novo in this Eucharist. May we ask for what we really want to see to know who follow Jesus together on the road to Jerusalem beggars, no more but pilgrims, get up. He is calling. You. I believe in one God, the father almighty, creator of heaven and earth. And of all things visible and invisible. I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten son of born father before all ages God from God. From true. Not made substantial with the father through him all things were made for us. And for our salvation he came down from heaven. And by the Holy Spirit was in carnival to the Virgin, Mary and became man for our safety was under punches filing for death and was buried rose again on the third day in accordance with the scriptures ES entered into heaven. The right hand. He will come to getting glory to judge living and the dead and his kingdom will have. No, I believe in the Holy Spirit. The Lord the giver of life who proceeds from the father and his son with the father, and the son is adored and glorified who has spoken through the prophets. I believe in one, holy Catholic and apostolic church confessed Chisholm for the forgiveness of sins. And I look forward to the resurrection of the dead and the life of the world. Having professed our faith. We now confessed the need of our church our nation, our city and our own hearts for mercy forgiveness and Healy strengthened the pope you have chosen for us to reform the church, we pray to the Lord. Confound politicians who so division and hatred with outrageous lies and empty promises. We pray to the Lord. Reform our police department and keep safe. Those who faithfully serve and protect our city and nation. We pray to the Lord. Strengthen our resolve to protect our environment from polluters and to expand sources of renewable energy. We pray to the Lord here. Make us helpers and advocates for expectant mothers and the children they are carrying we pray to the Lord here that all people have affordable health care and the ability to earn a living wage, we pray to the Lord Lord here for all victims of white nationalists. Hate we pray to the Lord. Almighty, God created us in your own grant us grace fearlessly to contend against evil and to make no peace with oppression. And that we may reverently us our freedom. Help us to employ it in the maintenance of Justice in our communities and among the nations to the glory of your holy name Christ. Title. brothers that my sacrifice, and yours be acceptable to God. The father almighty, Lord except the sacrifices your hands. Craze and glory of his name for our God's holy church. Love we pray. Oh, Lord on the offerings. We make to your majesty that whatever is done by us in your service may be directed above all to your glory through Christ. Our lord. Lord be with you. Lift up your hearts. Let us give thanks to the Lord. Our god. It is truly right in just our duty. And our salvation always and everywhere to give you thanks Lord. Holy Father almighty and eternal God for Justice through your beloved, son. You created the human race? So also threw him with great goodness. You form a new? And so it is right. That all your creature serve you all the redeemed praise you and all your saints with one heart. Therefore, we to extol you with all the angels as enjoy full celebration. We acclaim. polio. Lord, the founder of all holiness. Make holy therefore these gifts we pray by sending down your spirit upon them. Like, the do fall that they may become for us the body and the blood of our Lord Jesus Christ at the time he was betrayed and entered willingly into his passion. He took bread said the blessing broke the bread and gave it to his disciples, saying take this all of you. Eat of it. For this is my body, which will be given up for you. In.
"buni" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Heussler, the Yankees enjoyed a well deserved celebration following last night's wildcard win over the Oakland A's, but it did not take long before thoughts turn to the next task at hand Friday night at Fenway game. One best to five time again for Yankees and Red Sox. I think they can't wait. And I think they're ready and relish the opportunity to go up against the games best this year. And obviously, we're very familiar with them. We we know how good they are. You know? I mean, we know we have to play our best for going to have a chance to beat them. That is Aaron Boone his counterpart in Boston is Alex Cora who pretty familiar with. What they do this thing with us probably Buni feel feels the same way. So there's no secret. So I think at the end of the day. I know it sounds boring whatever whoever plays better defense and execute pitches and gets clutch hits who's going to win this series Jay pitches game. One for the AKIs Masahiro Tanaka game to Chris sale will pitch the opener for the Red Sox tomorrow. David price gets the call on Saturday night in Boston gained three Monday night in New York. Some roster adjustments for the Yankees Tabatha. And Stephen Tarpley are in Tyler Wade and Kyle gosh Yoka come off the roster National League division series. It's a game one right now in Milwaukee. There were the bottom of the sixth and the brewers lead the Rockies to nothing just one hit in this game. So far for Colorado. Three for the brewers one of those three hits as a Christian yelich, two run Homer later in L, A dodgers and Braves and a game one opening night for the Rangers and islanders Rangers on the play Nashville. David Quinn makes his head coaching debut tonight for the Rangers buried trust the new head coach of the islanders. They are in Carolina, islander's hockey network can be heard on radio. Oh dot com. Giants update. Next WFAN twenty twenty sports time is seven zero three. Right.
"buni" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Okay. And if he's not. Like, you said organizational decision Yankee contingency organizational contingency plans could have patriots. And please don't mention sunny gray. Thank goodness. John. I'm telling you. I look. One game. You don't know what's going to happen. I am not. I am not somebody who thinks that in a situation like this if they lose, and it will be will be crushing. But you can't save at the season was, you know, an abysmal failure. When you didn't have judge the fifty game. And you didn't have Chapman for like thirty come on. Right. You know, I think and and I think that you know, you saw Buni, you know, he learned from from, you know, you don't walk. You know, bases loaded two pitched it oddest cater like he did on Easter Sunday. Learn from that so that, you know. Are you laugh have full? You know what I'm saying? Boone is going to be on a hot seat. Also, you know because. The sun is not fair. But you know, you win more games in Girardi, and you don't go as far as the most home runs ever. And you're out after one. Somebody mentioned that the team would DeKalb one hundred and three and lost the royals. I mean that was a good team. Decals or selling real estate? You know, it's I think it's gonna come down to. The first decision at Boone. And I guess Rostock showers will make together is Severino as you said if his fighter is bite to it. And then not hitting it Leeman. But if he gives you let's say it's a one one game after four. Now, let's say he pitches three shutout innings fourth-inning. He gives up a leadoff home run. And then he gets the rest of the rest of the the as you may be saying, okay? That's it. We we've gone as far as we can with him. That's fine. But let's say it gets a home run in the second inning. And by in the four it's a tie game. I'm I'm not gonna take them out. I mean, if he struggles in his in in inning four gives up a lot of hits and walks in it gets out of it. You kind of realize, okay? He's coming to the end. We also curious to see how many times he's hitting one hundred that wearing him down. But I'm not. If these doing, well, you know, that ain't broke don't fix it. Liam Liam in there. Eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty six hundred and come back with some more Yankees. Of course after this. Heroin makes promises, but all it really does take heroin..
"buni" Discussed on The Point Of It All
"The right one. I can't really get, you know vice because it sounds like all you trying to hit was, I don't blame you if that's all you do. But I feel that you go about fuck over a good girl by China, dismiss and then that's it. 'cause even if you played away again in use, smash, I don't think there's anything else that's gonna form from that. Even though yes, he's easily why from Syria, but that don't mean you ready for wifey material. You all over the place with this. He is because he's saying you're writing, right? She's the nicest girl of a mess with not hooking up, but mess with me talking to and she's the bad girl ever. You know, mess with Bush's wife material, but I wanna smash on. Don't like me, but how do I seal the deal without without Hartfield all on to seal the do which is on with us, what you did trying to do. You do everybody. We all do the now. You don't do that. What not like I'm gonna go into that whole explanation of, yes. She did see dad's wife material in. But I just wanna float but not say starting to hit. I don't need to get you out of whole details who she is. I'm just trying to hit whether he wants to night my vice, you aid be yourself. If if it don't work out in, you know, Salata halfway f- Asians out here according to Fred. I need to find one myself. You find out. So I, I really don't have any advice for you out just just be self Montcalm to ignorant to say. So we've been on. I know, but I like Berlin. Like some people may get a trainer this race related. So I just think maybe I should sit this out. Okay. So I'm very curious that Buni little. She weighed in Asia. I'm just curious. I'm sure it's something. Doubt it. 'cause I'm trying to figure is, did they get the good in that race because this why girls are here will Bodey you know what I'm saying? And I've seen some Asian chase with nice booties like for their size petite. So I'm just curious like that they get it when it's half and half or what? That's just what's interesting question. Like, you know why that what they have to do..
Malta: Aquarius humanitarian ship can dock, migrants to be shared
"The smallest Member State in the. European Union Malta, has agreed to let humanitarian ship that rescued one hundred, and forty-one migrants, at sea dock at one of. Its ports Joanna kakissis reports from Athens that, five EU countries will take in the migrants the humanitarian ship called the Aquarius rescued. The migrants off the coast of Libya last week international, law says migrants rescued at. Sea must go to the closest port but Malta. Initially refused entry as did neighboring Italy if an. Affair coup in Irish nurse aboard the Aquarius said it a video blog that many migrants from Somalia and our, trae I heard a story from one Minor who've begun his journey f. fourteen he's. No sixteen and has been tortured and, has been sold many times Malta agreed to. Let the ship dock after five EU countries Spain Portugal Luxembourg Germany and France agreed to take in the
"buni" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"So really it's about giving in may be on on an Ellen g on Ellen g imports from the US and that would help Japan to reduce its trade surplus was the US and maybe piece Trump to some extent and get some kind of agreement like the European Scott was was, don't Trump at the end of July June, euchre traveled to Washington and secret some kind of deal and and maybe the Japanese are hoping for that, but that will be difficult. Let's move on to the latest reports to emerge from the lumber of quake. Yeah. The third earthquake on Thursday was a death toll that is over three hundred people now. So that's really, I mean, earthquakes are never at the right time, but this is a read difficult period for Lombok because it's the high season for tourism. And that's a massive source of income. For for Indonesian for this region. So not even looking at at the impact of tourism, you'll have long lasting consequences on on the development of the region that was already suffering clinically. So that's that's very difficult. And it will be difficult for for the region to recover in the coming month in years in Dade the wom- one report, she's saying that the just trickling in very slowly a, not reaching many of the people don't think there are. People are still haven't been read. She absolutely knew mountainous regions. It will be difficult to to reach people in. There are oranizations and also the military that is mobilized to to reach this this book relations. But that will probably take a quite quite a few more days on over the off to show just the whole thing even Halda. And that's, that's what I think we tend to forget about when when we about these news, we read about the third earthquake, but when you're on the ground, you actually going through hundreds of aftershocks and that will have. Lasting psychological impact for for the people as well, which is something you say that people often don't the the, the the, the international response is based around the immediate tragedy. Money is given the eighties given, then the focus moves onto something else, but that load. Yes, yeah, absolutely. That will be that will be difficult. I'm a loss story is fascinating. There is a booming market in China for makeup for men. Yeah, that's a bit more uplifting story, but yeah, that's that's. That's fascinating. So that speaking of also because of social media have lies streaming live streaming of men doing, you know, makeup tutorials, this isn't just men buying conceded. He's been buying a bit of consider and then doing allieviating, how they? Yep, absolutely. In having a platforms like babba offering hosting their live streaming sessions and also immediately offering options to buy the medics the make up. So that's Buni market. And that's not only in China and is well, you had Cape up idols male idols actually promoting makeup or live. So that is an evolving image of what being a man is. So this is a change. I amendments go talking about climate change and I had to old enough to remember the lost heat wave in Britain. I'm also old enough to remember the first time in Britain. It became socially acceptable men's go into show them by moisturizer. That was that was moisture is it was a big step forward British for British man. Then the next thing is going to be the full. I'm not sure I have that kind of time in my moaning, but made the civic these vacation process that will be involved in using makeup to make myself more presentable. But do you think women have time. I'm not suggesting for a moment that this has been fan on a gender basis. So we didn't Johnny..
"buni" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I mean it prior had the talent of course but i always thought that mooney was really the the material was moonies yeah mooney would got it into shape yeah he did he would he would basically give it and then prior put it together and and it was it was magic you know wow so that that partnership was pretty solid pretty solid how is paul doing paul's paul melissa myself paul he's not doing well and it's gonna be sad because when he goes and poetry listening and i hope you around forever but when he goes that will really be a milestone i mean prior got all the you know it's not that it'd be corny but really the wind the wind beneath his wings really because of paul buni was on richard show and and he was but really the material they're genius the biting the the he was the guy that would he was like half of richard's brain i think so because if you listened to mooney you see you hear a lot of a prior stuff and even some comics will will accuse money man he's just doing he's doing the truth is prior was doing mooney yeah i believe yeah obviously and then he co wrote that movie right that jo jo dancer movie he didn't he he wrote a lot of suffer he and i wrote a script called a blacks against you know we were almost we went down to magnolia we to films we had a deal and then mony saw another black guy there that he didn't like and he blew that the on that and i said i begged man who who the fuck is that guy he was now but now this ain't gonna go nowhere so we had a deal for this movie and then it wasn't than the still out there because he got he got pissed off at somebody who's you know morning still a very particular person he don't suffer no fools you know but when you were there in eighty two eighty three parking cars i mean who were the people that we saw the time all the big ones was of williams the late robin williams was there all the time roseanne roseanne no not really not.
"buni" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Espn radio and espn news correspondent we love our friend aaron boone got off to a nine and nine start the yankee some whispers from concerns cincinnati yankees have been rolling what's turn it around for boonies boys i just talent manifesting and let's face it during the winter when i would get asked you know how will aaron boone do do as a manager i had to qualify now i told buni this the other day when i saw him then i'm i'm like you've ruined it for me i'd never had to answer a question this way i'm completely biased because i worked with him and he's a friend and you're rooting for him but i i never had any worries that he would go find form in part because he's so many great players and it feels like that now the the yankees have worked through the early struggles giancarlo stanton and they played those games in the cold in april mandate are rolling in these last thirteen games all against teams that we would be contenders you know the the minnesota twins the toronto blue jays the angels of houston astros they've outscored their opponents in those games seventy nine to twenty five i think about that they won twelve or thirteen so they're doing a ton of damage and there was much as we talked about giancarlo stanton struggles early this season hasn't and he's on pace to score like a hundred and twenty runs and have seventy five extra base hits what's going to happen when he gets hot how about the other side of that because something happened in april that's never happened in baseball before and the yankees a couple of players are contributing big time to that is stanton leads now the american league in strikeouts in judges six at forty nine and forty one more strikeouts in april than hits in april first time ever do are we going to see this come back or we're going to see more of this where does this go well i know from talking to baseball people they're hoping that it's just a cyclical thing and that eventually there'll be more contact and and.
"buni" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I would like that like twenty two year old girl the hang of it joel buni way is the inside or outside linebacker comes out of western kentucky the fourth pick for the chicago bears so thoughts here for ryan pace now his thoughts about day to the bears draft wired best players are bored at need positions let's start sort of james daniels second round pick thirty nine one of the better interior linemen are bored value his position versatility that's a strength of we believe he has that our plan right now start him off his guard has his first position cross train him at center things that stand out with this player is quickness leverage balance excellent technique and pass protection a guy or scouts and coaches all value high highly we're all on the same page on this one works we're to add him anthony miller memphis with the fifty first pick a trade up in the second round excited about this player he's competitive he's tough his row quickness his hands his work ethic his mentality all those things are infectious qualities that he possesses he's a fun guy to watch on tape because how he plays and we're excited about both these players again highly greedy players that are board that also hit positions a need for us so i'd be happy to take any questions right we talked a little bit about cody's position throughout the off season does this give you more clarity starting james at guards i mean cody will be your center that's that's how we want to go right now and i think when we talk about you know cody was a tackle in college and we felt he had to position versatility to play multiple spots no different than james daniel no different than eric kush position versatility off line is important so they all had that but yeah as we go into this right now cody's the center and james will compete at the guard spot at the left guard spot yes chance to talk with anthony miller on a conference call and his confidence really seems to stand out when you met with him when you started evaluating him what about that kind of competitive confident streak stands out it was obviously an aggressive move to come up and get him miller skillset fits this offense.
"buni" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The mound but it's not the end of the world it's a tough trip as much as the dominate the minnesota twins the angels over the years of giving them a tough time not as tough time as the yankees get the twins but the angels have been feisty over the years and instead the yankees rallying in the ninth inning the way they did against middleton and really the big hit in that inning was miguel undo are that was the head because gary sanchez starts it off with a walk i shouldn't say i'm surprised that aaron boone didn't print run for him because there aren't a lot of options to do such a thing but okay gary sanchez is on the base pats and he's carrying that running after neil walker strikes out a lot of tough night last night because i thought he two balls off the bat that looked like they were getting out and we'll get to one of them that turned out to be one of the most embarrassing umpire calls that you'll see so neil strikes out and miguel do har i have to get that right rips that double that line drive to left field good non send on sanchez you've got to be conservative and then the angels and mike social make a very interesting decision knowing that buni is going pinch hit for ronald to raise he walks labor torres and it sets up bases loaded one out for the gardy and brett gardner just does the job just does the job tie the game up and you move on from there and from there the yankees can go to the big part of their bullpen because remember they used jonathan holder in the eighth inning so now they can go to david robertson who's really kicked into high gear strikes out mike trapped he pitches a one two three inning and that set up the dramatics of the ten th inning and didi gregorius right now i think we're at the point where we all have to admit we don't know what the ceiling is for this guy we don't know because one thing joan i've always said about didi gregorius was hey one thing is didi gets better every year those are the.
"buni" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Yeah i believe starts hurting around yeah basketball dot com love the gene the gym scene i'll take some shopping all good throws his shoes off the balcony number two for me all right this is the only one that actually stuck around on my list when i had my original sad character list this is the only one that made made the cut for the the new parameters here it going way back in nineteen thirty one with this one brian how hipster pec absolutely but it's not so much when you hear frankenstein frankenstein's monster brand is a sad sack laid by boris karloff this frankenstein rate fucking pick accepts olutely absolute the thing is richard branson's brain was previously that of a so we all know the story frank so i don't have to paint the picture for you right dr frankenstein we'll do he wanted to create life death right because he had christie understand he harnessed electricity is going to reanimate dead tissue and he was going to recharge debbie buni and he got parts from all over town we're not talking about kenneth branagh version by the way here i'm talking about the original nineteen thirty one oh the boris karloff so sided about kenneth bras version with deniro playing the monster oh so excited more true to the novel by the way more truly poured to my brain so he got all these different parts that he was cobbling together to create this you know go to just take one whole body for whatever reason i think is secretive and he until you get a piece here he's the brain that he guy was that of a criminal so originally when frankenstein the monsters franklin's monster comes to life he knows nothing about hate horror and murder right which is sad he's a grown monster baby didn't get scared by torch early on and start trying to kill so they gotta chase them up down there in the basement that dungeon it up for a little girl where he's brian settled the fuck down or not outside the dungeon yet we're in the dungeon so he's down there being sad chained berry sad sad sad create creatures sad character sad then he then he threw.
"buni" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And business leaders grew graham buni and golgotha cities where his family has real estate interests that's an indian newscast from just last month when president trump's son don jr traveled to india it was a trip that was originally intended to focus on foreign policy but instead mainly dealt with the trump organizations business interests and as it turns out there are more trump projects in india than anywhere else outside of the united states and that's why it's the focus of the last two episodes of wnyc's podcast trump inc reporter julie comment has been looking into the trump's business ties in india for the past year she found a trail of corruption even though many of trump's projects just getting started soon after trump thinking presidents and after he won the election actually november twenty sixteen i started to see some news reports about how you know india was where the trump organization had the largest number of overseas licensing deals then about nine days after the election he started receiving some international visitors and one of his earliest visitors was a delegation off indian businessmen and these were three of his business partner is on real estate deals in india so people started to raise these questions about the line between business and politics so to be fair trump has been fairly upfront about his connections in india you can hear him here at a campaign event in two thousand sixteen i am a big fan of hindu and i am a big fan of india big big big big fan let me start by stating right up front that if i'm elected president the indian and hindu community will have a true friend in the white house that i can guarantee you that i'm involved in two massive developments in india you probably know he's talking about a couple of projects here which are his projects in mumbai and puna which are ongoing project is actually one of the only ones that's completed the trump organization has five active projects right now in india but what doesn't often get talked about is that before these five deals there was a deal before that that got struck sometime in twenty ten but i also went to india to look into the paperwork and found some paperwork about this deal and what's really interesting is that the partners on that deal drew up plans for this proposed tower that at.