21 Burst results for "Celik"

"celik" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"celik" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"What grade goes into buying them against walls Winema crossed the Celtics I like the initial vote with the console I like the fact that blinded me to move but it was a week old Lakers Mavericks free for those in the final blow right again against Wallace Andrew Bynum back to the rooms step the Celtics top news coming down is picked up the trouble three seed Wallace Hanceville rondo the Celtics getting to work with thirteen to shoot rondo driving baseline right recent attempts by rondo good defense by Derek Fisher who got his hands on the ball and knocked off the lack of Ron go pressure coming back for the Lakers score was stable our test turning off the circle right tended to our task against players takes place yes good close all tabs three point field goal in the final well you needed that we see the pressures on he are tested all of the scores the points right right off the ball was sold a final against the Lakers the so all we get the first check second chance points three for the Lakers to start this game this is always a big factor between these two teams Celik Saban employer Wallace answered it's gonna solve the issue Wallace works back to the room good receive Wallace over power saw that is D. J. D. for receipt to get to the low post very clever long arms okay the Lakers in the front court one and the circle right next in line for hours now yes Sir no good rebound okay this this is spinal block that's what you're looking for to finally finish the topic the more lines in the play and all five of their points to start out on second chance where's Wallace while I was shooting again over his song receive one million go soul off a little bit to give himself a jumpstart room on a face up from below post to former C. five four Lakers nine twenty eight in the opening quarter Bryant driving baseline right double up along the baseline the minister parameters no good but through the final on the line received Wallace with his words and I believe that they ran the flash post on the right side as well he comes around he gets a good look at the basket and also when a shot goes out of style and buying them once again keeping the ball alive hello.

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"celik" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"celik" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Glenn Eight doing a commercial just now ov US around the verse mortgage is only a believer. It was real selling they. They roll out the Mo the guys who are just looking to most bloated the guy who just look like they're just been on a run. Thank at Times Celik billionaire. I'm so town so it's like oh it's like look. I did a reverse mortgage on my mansion also like when I'm not reorganizing my gun drawer. I- refinancing my. Let me ask Tom. Selleck really Quigley down under accurate quickly. Done unknowns let's quickly the hitting these Graham old eases one run you leave it quickly. Quickly quickly or click around from my parents. You could've seen it. I'm me about it. My gen-x parents can figure out where to put their faces. How old are you? They stab shattered. I believe you said. Is that where Tom Selleck plays.

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"celik" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Help! I Suck At Dating with Dean, Vanessa and Jared

"You. Documenting your floss motorcycle is the fact that you are keeping your motorcycle together with flaws. Yeah. That's the most important thing was pretty cool. I live in a van, and I'm keeping my motorcycle held together with dental floss and you, you have a stash now just the stash. Think about the staff. I kinda dig it. Now. I'm digging it. Yeah. I was looking at myself in the mirror this morning before he jumped in the shower. And just I can't grow facial hair. I know you have a similar issue. But yeah, you can grow a lot more facial hair than I can grow. Okay. And I was looking at myself, and it was just all scraggly on my chin. And I didn't want to fully remove my facial hair and put I wanted to, like clean myself up a little bit. And so, and I said, well, the mustache. So if you had south somewhere. Sometime soon. Are you going to keep stash? The stash is gonna stay on my face for the very first people future, regardless of location. It's very traditional mustache very traditional Thomas Celik kind of mustache. Yeah. I appreciate that. I wasn't a compliment. I'll be honest. I don't know who Tom Selleck is. But anything, wow. Wow thing that you say about me, Mark, I'm taking compliments. I'm trying to establish it's not there's no food edge element to it. It's not curling up at the end is just a straight traditional must. Well, so here's the thing I could have gone all the way down to the job line. I could I did keep the flavor saver for a little bit. But I was looking at it. I was like, wow. That looks I that's what I normally do is keep the flavor saver. But this time I was like, you know, I'm just going to go straight. Add, why is it called a flavor saver? Well, because food gets stuck in there. And you can lick it off later. I've always called it a stinger a little the little soul patch underneath a mess. I've never heard it called a stinger soul. Patch? I have not called it anything in reference to like it's like the mustache is, like, the, the head of the Mansaray. And then the bottom. Oh, okay. I could see that Tom Selleck by the Thompson. You're telling me I like that. Good looking dude here, come on stop at now. You know, it's funny my wife and I were talking about you the other night, classically, handsome guy. So are you. Thank you. What were you saying about me? That's weird phenomenon of good looking guys doing what they can to become less attractive. Yeah. Interesting. You want to know what it is? And I've, I've thought about this. I'd like to hear it's, it's beyond physical attraction. The van thing in all of that stuff. I'm trying to remove people's inherent biases when they meet me interesting. I wanna I wanna be able to introduce myself to someone. And then, you know, it, it sucks to say, but as a tall, white man, people have these inherent general ideas of who you're going to be..

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"celik" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"I remember watching it over at my in-laws house as the third quarter started in the giants kept pouring it on. I went with my father in law over to to a hardware store. I'd given up on the game is is did not. I didn't wanna see any more of it. I was keeping tabs on it on my phone a little bit just getting the score updates. And you know, when when Brent Celik scored a touchdown just after the giants went up thirty one to ten Vic connected with Selleck on a blown assignment. In the on the giants secondary and sell scored a quick long touchdown to bring the eagles to thirty one to seventeen and it piqued my interest. So when we got back to the house, I flip the game back on just to see because you never know in. It was a quick score. And may it seemed pretty unreasonable that the eagles would be able to come all the way back. But then miracles started to happen. David Akers who was a genius at. Onside kicks allowed the eagles to recovered. Onside kick with one of those high bouncers way up in the air. The eagles recovered the onside kick they went down and scored another touchdown, which all of a sudden made it thirty one to twenty four. The defense gets a stop the eagles. Get the ball back. They go right down the field. Another long so many long runs by Michael vicar. He's just out running everybody. It it looks like Bo Jackson Intech mobile where he's just running through people in around people. You just they couldn't catch him finally connecting with Jeremy Macklin on a touchdown. The tied the game at thirty one with about two minutes left in the game. The giants would get one more chance to try and get into feel goal range. But the eagles defense sacked Eli manning and the giants were forced to punt with about fourteen seconds left in the score tied at thirty one giants punter Matt dodge was told to kick the ball out of bounds. And certainly under. No circumstances was Matt dodge to punt the ball to Sean Jackson. The Sean Jackson was the league's best punt returner by a lot. It wasn't even close. How many times had he killed teams with punt returns for touchdowns or for long for long? And in this case they would have needed. They needed a touchdown from Jackson in order to finish this miracle off. We also going to overtime because no way Matt dodge is going to punt the ball into Sean Jackson, well, dodge screwed up and punted the ball to Jackson and the rest was history. Ville eight point seven yards. Who return his not return what for a touchdown this year ways? Ways. A line drive. Zimbabwe's it has to recover. Still. Touchdown. I mean, just remembering that game and remembering Merrill and Mike's call and still being able to go back, and they put it to to the Titanic music. And you know, there's all kinds of Huck a great videos on YouTube about that about that game. That's a me outside of the NFC championship game against the falcons that I went to that sent the eagles to the Super Bowl, and and the two thousand seventeen playoff run where the eagles wanted all that game to me is the most memorable game I'd ever seen. And I would imagine for you. It was the most memorable game you've ever seen. That was an and it was a miracle. There's a reason it's called the miracle medal ends partout, and how can you have to honest to goodness miracles in the same stadium. How many how many different times did the eagles absolutely destroyed? The souls of the giants and most of them happened at the Meadowlands. Neagle's lost a lot of games at the Meadowlands two when when Bill Parcells. Was there? He used to beat up the eagles on a semi regular basis. But the eagles won their fair share of games there too. And some true Heartbreakers and miracle Meadowlands part two was really was. That was the that was the last high point of the eagles. I mean that was pretty much that was pretty much the end for Andy Reid that was the high point because later in the season they would fall to the Green Bay Packers at home in the wildcard round twenty one to sixteen and Jackson was shut down in that game Cacho to balls for forty seven yards in that playoff loss. But I think everybody felt good about the direction..

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"celik" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"celik" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"That's weird way to start a story in general this forty nine year old woman hired a wedding planner. She had an elaborate ceremony and she married. Her comforter. She said, it's the longest outdraw honest most intimate and reliable relationship that I have ever had. That's because it has always been there for me and gives me great, hugs. Now hate it. What is I mean, you are so weird? How does she have what what's the wedding? I mean, it's not put in the hamper. Like, how does stand up a walk down the aisle carries that probably what's best, man. A pillow who gives away? Yeah. I don't the sheets. I don't. It doesn't say it. But the fact that she hired a wedding planner for this come on this America. I don't know what if you get invited to this wedding. Can you imagine sitting there? Full time. Way she has friends if she's marrying her comforter, she doesn't have friend. What can I say my comforters pretty legit though? And I and if you don't like yours, you get you move on. Yeah. So you spend a lot of time with your conference, very important. The Mary one in an object. Ain't oh pick hair want your she's like odyssey. My hair one. I'm disgusted by this. My hair lunchbox, my couch. Oh, you love love my couch. Like, it has the the part where there's one section that sticks out a little bit longer lay down on it your legs and face the TV. It's the most comfortable thing I've ever been on. I love it. I would marry my couch tomorrow L. Okay. You talking about. If I had to marry an object. No, oh, I know about Mary his phone. Ooh. That's a good thing. Good one. Yeah. I'll let say my laptop. But I mean the phone that's pretty good. Because in he gives you outside. I would say my laptop, dude. So what no no no really guy, how do you know assigned gender to them. Okay. Dude. Morning. America or not it doesn't say, but it is just forty nine year old woman and MRs Celik miss Celik watched that documentary that people marrying like the Golden Gate Bridge. Sometime ago people trees, really like to have sex and stuff. No. I didn't see that documentary or how do you saw? No one somebody married. The Eiffel tower. That's what it was. How do they do? They don't bobby's just made up. It is. Don't wanna hire your buddy. Bob. Transmitting? Erica. About it. Right. A couple of things if the show ends today, and you're done listening to this show. And you listen to it on the podcast. It's the thing starts early. You wanna go over and listen to the new Bobby cast? You can't just search Bobby cast. And there's a new one up with Rachel Womack. Who is a fantastic new artist? Also, there's a new Amy podcast today called four things with Amy Brown every Thursday, new and goes up. Yeah. Talk about lifting weights like how they can actually make you pretty girls are scared of heavyweights they make. So it's right. I need to listen to that. Yeah. That's cool. And why crying is good for you? That's up today's. No, yes. Up so four things with Amy Brown. And if you're into sports, well, I gotta show that you could possibly like it's the sore losers show with Raimondo Eddie and lunchbox, and so that's up as well. So they do that to every day after the show every day, everyday everyday. So a lot up there man, Bobby cast four things Amy Brown the sore losers. It's a good day to be a podcast listeners..

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"celik" Discussed on Niners Nation

Niners Nation

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Niners Nation

"For running backs as your offensive line. And just generally how good your offenses as a whole and Todd Gurley. I mean, he sucked. His it was his own words. Right and see Jane gaming and played. Well, and so I think that when it comes to the forty Niners and running backs. There's a reason that Jeff Wilson, and he Moster and Alfred Morris all look good. And it wasn't because they're necessarily great running backs. It's because the offense of line blocked, really. Well and Cal Shanahan can do. Really great things in a good position coach, right? You the takeaway from those guys from from kind of churning through so many running backs and still being able to get relatively good production from the running game shouldn't be. Oh, my God, we found this kind of diamond in the rough when you to make sure we keep him around. It should be. No we did. Well with players who were readily available. We can move onto the next readily available players and continue to get that production. So which players took a step back into this category. Because over half of the category is made up by linebackers and defensive backs so free when we think about free agency and the draft this is going to be an area that we focus on very intently because we're gonna need to add a lot. Bodies in probably both phases in both the draft and free agency. But there are some players from last year that were not in this category. That are indeed now in this category. You've got Garrett Celik Brock coil and Jimmy award. So like really really quick one sentence. Why did he won fall back into this category? I think it's pretty obvious Jimmy word if you watched any games this year, you just didn't play. Well, I mean, he didn't play. Well. And I thought that you know, I thought for a long time the safety was his best position and even safety didn't play. Well, and then the corner still didn't play well. And then the dude can't say healthy you can find another Jimmy ward. And I think unfortunately, the team's going to right. I think it's one of those situations that unfortunately for him. He was forced to move around a ton..

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"celik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"celik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Responses, and our winner this week is Jeff Celik of alpine Wyoming. Congratulations and welcome to the puzzle. Thank you. I will. I lulu. Hi. Hi. So how did you solve it? Well, my girlfriend wife Tara, and I were out living would and we've done this times. I'll there and I read. It's myself. And I said to her just doesn't make a lot of sense. So I read it I read it very slowly. And I said it seems more like a riddle than puzzled. And she just reflexively said is it abandoned? And we thought about it. And counted it out and realize, oh, it's written right there. So yeah. All right. And what do you do for a living? Jeff. Well, I am a builder. And in the winter. I also teach at Jackson Hole mountain resort. Which is where you found me. Wow. Take me with you. I know Wyoming has some great ski slopes does your in the middle of a quite powerful storm cycle. So scared straight. Yeah. That's the only place in the country. Where actually storm cycles are a good thing. Are you ready to play the puzzle? Sure, I am. Okay. Take it away. Well, alright Jeff every answer today is a compound word or a familiar word phrase in which the first part has a long is sound and the second part has along east sound, for example, if I said color Ken to chartreuse you would say lime green. Number one eight dish. That's Allah mode comes with what? Ice cream. Ice cream is it an area that may be marked off with police tape. Crime-scene crime scene. Good to completely remove as fingerprints from the surface. White queen. That's it home plate umpires. Call immediately before you're out. Yes, drake. Three that's it area beyond where first and second baseman play. Say outfield, but that doesn't quite work what part of the outfield..

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"celik" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"celik" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast

"He still three percent owned. He's going to be one of the top waiver ads this week along with Mike Williams. We'll talk about that later. But. Yeah. Man. Should we go tight ends? There wasn't really too many. I there was two players that Garrett Celik I think he led the position Garrett Celik. Now, I said, I think because it was kind of it wasn't like obvious that he was playing so great. It was kind of in the background. Honestly. He benefited from he his touch on passive defender fell down. Well, I think that's just really wet and rainy game. Yeah. In San Francisco, and I heard in that incentive. Claire I mean, but like and you'll hear about the the rumors are the talk of how many players don't like playing on that feel be sometimes it's not the best fuel conditions. What are the in there? Yeah. Absolutely. So they just had the championship. They had a what about game tree Burton had eleven point six. So I mean kind of good that's low though, say all things considered that was the top two performers at tied in this week. A lot of top performance in general, let's get real here. So why don't we go to defenses? Do you have any stood defenses? Talk about the falcons really how big game. Yeah. That was just taking advantage of a poor team Felker's were popular waiver add this week twenty five fantasy points and at least standard scoring league colts head twenty two in the titan said. Twenty. Yeah. So those three really paste the way that's really all you could think of about these about the when you're thinking of them looking for. And you're looking at studs on the defense aside there were a lot of. Oh, wow. Defenses dominated except in those two shutouts. Yeah. You know, it was a weird week and fantasy football all things considered. We just talked about tight ends not a single tight end of thirteen point one fantasy point. So I that's crazy even. Guy Kelsey was had a subdued game. You know, not very not very big game for him as he's a custom to. But we need to go to break we need to talk about duds. But before that, I need to talk to you about audible,.

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"celik" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"The mother, you know, mother and so on the only time I head it was in an Iowa session where there was a sense of actually not through headed once in. In the early LSD session. There was a presence. There was a energetic presence. I didn't see, you know, figure about there was also communication which was della Pethick, which was without words. This. Very strange because this was the time when we had closed boundaries. We couldn't even initiate threat to Russia. Let alone to the west. And there was this kind of entity appearing in my LSD session was like a genie almost like asking. You know? What would you like your your life to be like? And I said I would like to see the world. I would like to understand psychosis the place I was in and I would like to have a job that's not the kind of nine to five job. I would actually have some kind of freedom and the answer was okay. But your task is to bring spirituality to eastern Europe. And Russia, I said now, I really did it, you know, I'm flipping out. I to know I can't even travel to Poland. And this is promising I can see the world. But then of course, it it happened, you know, than a developing transfers from psychology become very very popular in in Russia and then twenty five years ago, bringing transportation psychology due to Czechoslovakia, actually, so so that was a fascinating synchronicity again. Then I had one in the Iowa decision. But also, this was a this was very intense. But, but it was guiding my session was stood of dealing me. I should look at how I should handle it. And that's not something that you observe in in breath work, very often. No, yeah. No. I actually wrote initially. I wrote that I consider psychedelics to be a nonspecific amplifiers. Yes. And it would have to be modified. I actually all psychedelics can take you to the areas, which I described in that cartographic you can expand something from from child cer- sufficiently important emotionally, you can relieve your birth. You can have prenatal experiences. Even this is a I almost hesitate to say that reliving your conception. Identifying with on a settle eleven was the sperm and the and the ovum you can have past life experiences. You can have archetypal experiences. You can it can take you to the collective unconscious and so on so cartographic applies to all of them. But there is a different style in which it's coming. You know, let's talk about the more more visual less visual. And so on more emphasis on physical feelings or on the emotions in Sunday, MDM DNA or some some of the other antiochian the shifted ho spectrum to its positive that very few people who have bet trips or M A M A is very dangerous physiologically, but very very easy for most people to to handle psychologically, emotionally. But then I discovered this. The element in Iowa. That is very frequently the imagery of the Amazon jungle or the Annacone the snake is coming kind of a row to return, you know, cleansing Jaguars images of Jaguar. So is some kind of Celik David foot from the collective unconscious is actually prevalent in in those sessions. Do you have any opinion or opinion of or experience with microdosing of different psychedelics? Has that's something you've administered to people or add love to hear your thoughts on it. It's become a topic too. I had quite quite a few of the twenty five micrograms, you know, for for hiking swimming in the ocean or something that just enhancement of the of the perceptual experience of the world..

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"celik" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"The mother, you know, mother and so on the only time I head it was in an Iowa session where there was a sense of actually not through headed once in. In the early LSD session. There was a presence. There was a energetic presence. I didn't see, you know, figure about there was also communication which was della Pethick, which was without words. This. Very strange because this was the time when we had closed boundaries. We couldn't even initiate threat to Russia. Let alone to the west. And there was this kind of entity appearing in my LSD session was like a genie almost like asking. You know? What would you like your your life to be like? And I said I would like to see the world. I would like to understand psychosis the place I was in and I would like to have a job that's not the kind of nine to five job. I would actually have some kind of freedom and the answer was okay. But your task is to bring spirituality to eastern Europe. And Russia, I said now, I really did it, you know, I'm flipping out. I to know I can't even travel to Poland. And this is promising I can see the world. But then of course, it it happened, you know, than a developing transfers from psychology become very very popular in in Russia and then twenty five years ago, bringing transportation psychology due to Czechoslovakia, actually, so so that was a fascinating synchronicity again. Then I had one in the Iowa decision. But also, this was a this was very intense. But, but it was guiding my session was stood of dealing me. I should look at how I should handle it. And that's not something that you observe in in breath work, very often. No, yeah. No. I actually wrote initially. I wrote that I consider psychedelics to be a nonspecific amplifiers. Yes. And it would have to be modified. I actually all psychedelics can take you to the areas, which I described in that cartographic you can expand something from from child cer- sufficiently important emotionally, you can relieve your birth. You can have prenatal experiences. Even this is a I almost hesitate to say that reliving your conception. Identifying with on a settle eleven was the sperm and the and the ovum you can have past life experiences. You can have archetypal experiences. You can it can take you to the collective unconscious and so on so cartographic applies to all of them. But there is a different style in which it's coming. You know, let's talk about the more more visual less visual. And so on more emphasis on physical feelings or on the emotions in Sunday, MDM DNA or some some of the other antiochian the shifted ho spectrum to its positive that very few people who have bet trips or M A M A is very dangerous physiologically, but very very easy for most people to to handle psychologically, emotionally. But then I discovered this. The element in Iowa. That is very frequently the imagery of the Amazon jungle or the Annacone the snake is coming kind of a row to return, you know, cleansing Jaguars images of Jaguar. So is some kind of Celik David foot from the collective unconscious is actually prevalent in in those sessions. Do you have any opinion or opinion of or experience with microdosing of different psychedelics? Has that's something you've administered to people or add love to hear your thoughts on it. It's become a topic too. I had quite quite a few of the twenty five micrograms, you know, for for hiking swimming in the ocean or something that just enhancement of the of the perceptual experience of the world..

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"celik" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Family. Our podcast, Paul Celik. It's. Tall. Welcome back to the great to see you again. Great to see you too. You look great. The last time I saw you add a cold. I did have a cold. Yeah. Yeah, you have recovered covered very well. Thank you. It must be nice to travel down here from New York to you. Is that. Yeah, that's where I live, but I travel a lot. And then this is a great place to be and you're going to Monterey to treat I'm doing retreat of his Sylamore. Yeah. How often do you find yourself traveling? About three weekends month, you know about it? Sometimes I'll stay on the road forbid, sometimes I won't, but I enjoy it and I enjoy the work. So you know, it's an opportunity for me to be in the world. Otherwise I'm probably going to just hide my apartment. That's a lot of us are doing that right now. Yeah, I was sitting on my porch just looking out and because you can see all these yards and they're all just empty. It's a beautiful day. I just ventured out for the first time and maybe like a day and a half to really get some sun because it's so easy to stay inside. But I was looking at just thinking my God, we've all retreated into our homes. Why? What do you think that is? I don't know. I mean, I, I've always been like that truthfully. So when I'm not traveling, I'm happy to hibernate. I have a dog. I have a fireplace. I live in New York. It's very loud. There's a lot of people and so I've venture out, I have my mic experience of the real world and then I retreat in as quickly as possible. Do you think that your line of work and your ability and your connection with this transcendent force is disrupting your life year? Do you ever feel like it's hard to connect to to this place? No, not any more so than it ever was, you know, I think I'm one of those people that operated well in the world. Had a life. I was a college teacher, you know, I had things that I did that I love, but I'm highly empathic. And that's challenge sometime. So when I'm being hit by a lot of stuff, I'm aware of it. But the work that I do is at channel is an intrusive. You know, when I'm my guides, I always say, you know, they're not gonna talk to me unless I ask a question..

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"celik" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Like we're going to the moon in nineteen eighteen. You know. Like we don't even know how to get to like Missouri yet you're going to the moon, like that's what it feels like. Yeah, just like this will go down in the history book someday as something whether anyone ever figured out how to do this, it becomes this amazing chapter and filmmaking history, which is, I think that's important thing to me is. I just don't want the soon to be dismissed and forgotten because I do think it is angrily, John tall, the whole crew that made VIN diesel taking these pretty brave courageous steps to try this thing. And we don't see a lot of big filmmakers spending a lot of money to take these big swings that may or may not work. It's like to me, it's a pity me if what a blank check is like, I'm gonna. I'm gonna cash in all of my history's filmmaker to do something that I think will at least push film ahead even if it doesn't help me weirdly something kind of self lis- about it in that regard where it's like I'm gonna use my cash to try to make the advancements that no one else can make JD change my opinion today. Okay. Because I like watching movies because I like stories. I like kind of leaving my own reality writing Zora, seeing people who have a home to live in. But I will say that I've also always been like, fuck blue rape, bullshit. I don't care. I've never never ever writer because I always like, is it really that much of a difference? I always get ST is also you ever given a shit ever HSEN possible. Absolutely. Yeah, I prefer it, yeah, but you have opened my eyes to the idea of experiencing film being more burst through the visual. I never really. I was always just like I care about the story, the characters, the dialogue. I don't really. I'm not thinking about what it looks like, but it makes a different. We go into our parent trap episode. Well, I think it takes visuals of all it takes filmmakers, appreciating respecting the fact that they need to use an interesting way to make it worthwhile. A great example is like the early stereoscopic films of this modern generation. I really didn't Like Mattel, what are we talking about here? What are we got? I mean, whatever the first ones that come out and stares early, I guess like some of the marvel movies did. Mantra during the sign of the earth. The Rodriguez at the couple about the first one you you called me and Griffin, stupid enemy animation nerds for this court. Horror line was the first one. Why fell movie that Henry Celik was respecting the medium in trying to do something interesting that was using it in a way that was gauging me as an audience. He did stuff where I love how he had. He had sets that we're purposely really deep and sets that were used visual. Physical to make them really shallow at the three d. was really messing with your is literally using depth as like a storytelling element, very consciously designed until like the body of the film rather than just being like, let's have thank staggered image. And that was the first time that I went. Oh, this is action. Interesting tool to be used in Phil. Yeah. Similarly, words, like I the same thing. I couldn't give a shit. We're talking about TV before now and I don't have a good TV or good audience. I don't care. I like the stories like you, but then when people start trying things that are interesting and are trying to push the the format, that's when I like my eyes and respect that because that's what it's interesting again is when Anglia's going, hey, let's try this thing and try to use it for are not just the ticket ten bucks more expensive or to release it another DVD and also thing that I think I said on that episode I will repeat despite making me look like an idiot because I wasn't as smart and I had.

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Aaron Boone ejected for arguing with umpire

Izzy and Spain

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Aaron Boone ejected for arguing with umpire

"Aaron Boone has been rejected for the New York Yankees. Jordan Zimmermann has gone final. We we in the six year Jordan Zimmermann of the Tigers has gone five innings of no hit ball. So far. He has only walked Giancarlo Stanton that is the only based round or the Yankees have had Tigers lead three, nothing. Aaron Boone just got down in the catcher's crouch at home plate to demonstrate a pitch was that he did not like called a strike on Giancarlo Stanton. So Aaron Boone is going to have himself in early shower. We'll keep you updated on a no hitter alert.

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"celik" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"That's what lot of the religious stuff comes from in the third movie, especially. But anyway. So, yeah, I think it's kind of. Both at the same time. Did the oracle scenes frustrate you like? They frustrated me. It seems like a lot of it was so vague like delighted, I guys 'cause it just seemed like every time there was every time there. I don't know. You You tell. tell you tell me Austin, was it like, oh, I'm following this completely like, yeah, it makes sense that she says that Nieto says that why didn't you tell me about the sentinels and the architect and all that stuff. And she says, because you weren't ready who said I wasn't ready, you did. Oh, that makes sense. Or it just all about like a, we can't see past choices that we don't understand. I, you know, just all this fucking non-re-. She get her fucking knowledge. I don't know if you go back and train read anybody right Celik when I was writing a video, Jared, you're, you're like, okay, we're gonna do some stuff on free will and you know all this stuff because obviously we have to it's in there a billion times. And so I was like, okay, which of the like forty? Five major philosophers who've written on, you know, free will versus fate or determine, should I choose here? And they are basically all equally unintelligible. So they basically. Sound like the oracle does. I don't think that you get. So in fairness to the poor oracle, I don't really think you get a clear account of fate versus free will or choice. I mean, that really makes a lot of sense. So it makes so little sense that most people have to solve it at the level of symbolic logic and not at the level of like the propositions. Like we're talking about them because it's just so crazy and it's so victory and expert. Just make it like pure symbols. The line is so thin between nonsense and legitimate full. Out of here. So I mean, I just wanted to, I'm I'm not not sure sure. this movie. I think this is a failure in how we're able to conceptualize, oh, the movie is now it's a failure of the. Okay. I will say this. So there is as somebody who spent years in studying theology and in bible school and shit like that. This problem of deterrent YouTube will. Oh yeah. I mean, I was training to be a pastor for years, so they wouldn't let me be a pastor because I'm a woman, but otherwise I would that find yourself right there with you seminary girl. I know plenty women pastors in those progressive schools that are going to hell because that's against God's will anyway. But this is something that the allusions have struggled with for literally from Eleni. Right? I mean, and so they're these great little books. They're called like four views, books that lay out these four different points of the spectrum. So it's like libertarian free will on one spectrum, which is you're absolutely free and that God in that fate can't impinge upon that and if it doesn't hinge upon that, if you are impelled or I'm sorry if you're compelled in any way that's a violation of your libertarian free will. And then there's like hard core determine ISM that sometimes called double. Predestination Calvinism..

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"celik" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Being here triple eight nine hundred thirty two ninety thirty three ninetythree three doing so many different phone numbers week i can't keep track but we're also available at pat unleashed on twitter the call tweets so left us want to ban plastic products and decrease water usage so you can't use plastic forks but you also can't wash forks a restaurant's going to have to go with spit shining from now on quite possibly dm the only floating island in the pacific ocean is warm and we can't lend there or it may tip over and hip size big tipper carry melania cates birds about as much as pat hates tom celik thank you big tipper for yes yeah what about that oh thank you you're not denying it are you that you hate as much as kerry hates birds yes oh wait yes i so okay sorry big story on bondo this week he's trying to try to save the un and the eu and nato all these world government organizations that i'm very much not fond of he warned this last monday that the un and other international institutions like the eu and nato are under threat he didn't mention donald trump name but it's pretty clear that that's who he has in mind here and he says nations must work together to ensure their continued existence the dublinborn you to singer and activist gave a sobering speech to several hundred u n diplomats and staff and an event launching ireland's candidacy for a seat on the powerful security council in twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two by saying you can count on ireland to do its part in that work it's great so we can count on ireland to support one world government love that that's nike bottom you know and it just as you start to get really irritated with bano you think we'll wait a minute though i mean we see this doesn't disqualify everything else he is said i'm going to continue to like him because of things like this that has become and you've been so generous to really right yeah edge right now the need imperative also country nate you we all that nothing.

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"celik" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Let's get the latest business news now on joined on the line by sebastian celik from bloomberg sebastian was starting off with chinese smartphones yeah that's right jami you may not have heard of it in the western world is one of the biggest smart for makers in china i'm really conquering the local market and going into india as well then now set to be filing for whether they have gone the game public joining the stock market so with an ipo said to raise four point seven billion dollars but this is the lower end of the marketed range there's seventeen hong kong dollars a share there's a bit less than what we previously antiquated at values the company of fifty four billion us dollars which is roughly half of the initial goal that already scaled back there and bishops once they were initially pushing for one hundred billion when the preparations began last year and they also wanted to raise funds in the mainland chinese market instead they're doing this listing in hong kong and that was going to be very valuable to the chinese government which is trying to keep hold of these homegrown companies have these big tactless things they're not lose them when they go elsewhere like alibaba for example listing over in the us but that was delayed because of the some of the technical issues of getting the the depositary receipts which of the types of shares in china so that's not happened so as a result it's been slightly less than what they expected but it is still hong kong's biggest first time share sells at september of twenty sixteen so notable in in some respects and surely getting jami a slightly bigger big a position on the map pretty raising his profile overseas absolutely let's look now at space x now this is very interesting because there's a cargo rock is going to be sent that's right spacex elon musk's rocket company working for his longtime customer nassar launching is twelve rocket of the year a happened about an hour and a quarter ago five forty four am local time in cape canaveral in florida this is the dragon spacecraft packed with more than five thousand nine hundred pounds of research crew supplies hardware all the things that people on the international space station are likely to need and is expected to reach the station on monday so a three day journey over the weekend landing on july the second and they are targeting about thirty missions this year they got a record eighteen in two thousand seventeen and spacex continuing to to make waves valuations climb to about twenty five billion dollars after a recent funding round is now the third most valuable venture backed startup in the us after uber and airbnb and these kagera rockets their reusable right these ones that come back and can be sent out again yes but on this occasion i think they said that they're not going to attempt to recover the first stage of this vocal nine rocket but the idea is that they will be able to reliant and and recently a few months ago they did manage to rely on one so yeah it's part of that sustainability both from a cost and i suppose environmental perspective that we can read these rockets and ship more and more into space without having to use the time and money to build them sebastien thank you very much indeed that was the best selleck your listening to the briefing.

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The Good Times Are Over for China’s Property Stocks

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:34 min | 3 years ago

The Good Times Are Over for China’s Property Stocks

"The stock declines continue in china with the shanghai composite index closing at its lowest level since march of two thousand sixteen we get the recap from bloomberg's sophie kamarudin in hong kong bobbin karen the selloff continued in chinese markets this thursday testing policymakers endurance shanghai shares fell deeper into a bear market as the benchmark dropped below twenty eight hundred points for the first time in two years chinese banks and real estate players continue to be hard hit especially with authorities ramping up the crackdown on property speculation on the mainland plus chinese airline stocks extended declines as the euan weakened further despite the pbs's strongerthanexpected daily fixing in hong kong so become route in bloomberg break sophie thank you the declines in china come as the white house reestablishes a hard line on trade i'm bloomberg's john tucker joins us live with the very latest good morning john good morning karen white house economic adviser larry cudlow said president donald trump's decision not to adopt a more stringent approach on trade did not represent a softer stance on china it won't be alive for the question is how ownership let's threat of technology transfer back property these are things that he knew syfy burma will have to decide stocks sank after cutler's comments the administration did say yesterday it would work with congress to strengthen reviews of foreign investment of the existing committee on foreign investment in the us or serious rather than the more draconian approach of declaring emergency economic measures john tucker bloomberg daybreak john thank you banks will be in focus once again as we get another reading on the health of of the financial industry michael moore covers the banks for bloomberg news so later today we get the results of the second round of the fed stress tests and this is when the fed either signs off on a bank's capital plan for the next year or rejects it in the bank has to lower its asked for how much it can return to shareholders in buybacks and dividends and this is the piece of the tests that investors are really focused on because it determines how much cash they'll be getting over the next year bloomberg's michael moore the results will be released after the close of trading the s and p five hundred financials index meantime has dropped for a record thirteen straight days later this morning we get the third and final estimate of first quarter gdp economists are forecasting at two point two percent economic growth rate the same as the prior report bloomberg's vinny del giudice says more the first quarter was asleep with consumer spending registering the smallest gain and almost five years business inventories exports were revised lower looking ahead economists are bolsheviks recovery we could see second quarter gdp growth of three percent or better also on today's economic agenda jobless claims which remain near a half century low vinny del giudice bloomberg daybreak thank you vinny european union leaders are gathering in brussels to tackle the growing number of political and economic challenges bloomberg sebastian celik is live in london with the very latest good morning good morning bob and karen this was supposed to be the big crunchy you summit for settling many brexit issues but the progress has just been too slow so now as migration that's at the top of the agenda chancellor angela merkel of germany facing an ultimatum from her own interior minister she's in brussels to reach a deal with her kkob partners in europe to tighten germany's borders and stay in power really they'll be talking about trade tensions trump's threat to impose us tariffs on cars and auto parts later this year looming over the discussions and of course the euro is in focus leaders will approve steps to shore up the currency by beefing up the region's bailout front talk set to start in about four hours time in london i'm sebastian solid bloomberg daybreak summation thank you greek prime minister alexis separate says he will stick with the financial commitments agreed with european leaders there smug at an exclusive interview with a bloomberg separate says there'll be no return to the spending habits that triggered one of the biggest financial meltdowns in the continent's history what happened in greece in previous years and that us to bankruptcy was a huge waste of money corruption and i would say irresponsibility in the management of public finance we should not go back to that as far as i'm concerned i will do whatever i can in order for greece to not go back to that tragic period now is the greek prime minister alexis separate speaking exclusively with bloomberg editor in chief john nicolas wait in london the modern technology world's biggest patent battle has finally come.

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China vows to fight Washington on tariff hike

Morning Edition

01:00 min | 3 years ago

China vows to fight Washington on tariff hike

"It's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep in washington and i'm david greene in culver city california so is it hard ball for real or just hardball negotiating president trump's shifting trade policy with china seemed to turn toward confrontation yesterday the administration says it is moving forward with punitive tariffs and also limits on chinese access to american technology less than two weeks ago treasury secretary steven mnuchin had said that these aggressive moves were on hold now talks are set to continue between the two countries in beijing this weekend i want to bring in amy celik oh she is in beijing for a conference she was senior director for china affairs at the us office of the us trade representative under president george w bush welcome back to the program great to be here david i mentioned you're in china what kind of reaction is this more aggressive message from the white house drawing there.

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CBS fall schedule: 'Murphy Brown,' 'Magnum P.I.' return to lineup

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

CBS fall schedule: 'Murphy Brown,' 'Magnum P.I.' return to lineup

"A man in the world of television guess what's what's old is new in all these shows over roseanne and will and grace and now magnum pi reboot now murphy brown now we we will murphy brown fan back in the day this burg and i watched it think gonna bring candice bergen are they going to be the star of murphy brown question that's a great question tom but you can't bring tom selleck back to be in magnum pi can you well bringing these shows back not going to be in a car is going to be an ambulance oh that premiered in nineteen eighty with celik it was fun magnum pi no now they're going to give the the role that magnum they're gonna give it to jay hernandez an american actor of mexican descent that'll apply thompson my friend robert roar coups a very good television reporter at the new york post he has written an article about this and he just he just thinks that there's a bankruptcy of imagination out on the part of nbc or a network executives that they're just recycling old stuff because they can't come up with anything we can't compete with net flicks and hulu an hbo the places that are doing really innovative and groundbreaking work the one that should bring back a seinfeld but i mean you know you're tapping into people's memories and will and grace has been a success in renewed roseanne is a big success so now they're gonna try with murphy brown when they tap into your memory they'll be bringing back car fifty four hopefully spanning the world i like to bring back to that hey this is my favorite story of the day alison kloss a teenager she couldn't find a date to her prom and pennsylvania so she she brought a cardboard cutout of danny devito as her dates dan it has a she has a tie draped around the cutout another one picture of hers he's got a boa draped around him actually she decided on danny because he's a cheap date cardboard cutouts of other celebrities declare alarm works cardboard cutout of daddy to veto for one hundred bucks on amazon so danny was a cheap date that's why.

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"celik" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"celik" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Thanks keeping the vibes five can't you keeping live stick thank everybody can't thank less thank thank you up turn on the hang place to hang stick thank thank everybody came thank less west coal coast thank thank you up charnel class he sang the bus stopped over there near fanfare flock the whole flock on the corner hang like lines felt like antlers to school supply stuck and it always caused thought of fuss ran i street tackle paul hackett we hopefully we'll have to you'll will to stick with scheme we we have you got the latest ready we don't do is yours a few just paid all down take off the thank everybody can't west coast south to win the same tank up out all hang place to hang stick up thank thank everybody gangplank east coast west coast off to win the same thing up turtle cloud lawrence give me got a latch kashif peel out some people act this do in fact where you win well kinda keeps us 'cause you never been wickham that the sex to too take pills right now you wanna call like making with the fire sweat like plead in making last forever like friday maybe if you cry and even what i got i give up vic celik gets the money and live it up right co pocket gotta start pissed and i'm gonna pull on nettie body got an issue i hope it don't come to that the olympics denied it the run track but al have to play call louis state side rob saw jewish east as gotta watch that kasit never allow some people act this world.

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"celik" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"celik" Discussed on Channel 33

"Back at it rome at united roaming the streets of new york looking like complete slobs while accompanied by beautiful well put together much younger models and raping on the street my question for you is is a dress code and the pussy posse that we were here to four unaware of so there in the pictures that you concealing daily mail they're both wearing like all navy basically and a home celik all black it's like navy which is interesting is that the new colour money navy blue it's a nice colour a judge i like it they're also latah zip up elements mmhmm leos wearing two zipped items to say he's very double hoodie ones the jacket when sweatshirts ilo it yeah and toby's round like a bomber jacket it essentially looks like the direction that you give not that you give but that some bridesmaids gut which is despite addressing a certain caller sheriff i a jacket or a top in a certain five navies a new blush maybe zipper bomber affair we wanna look coordinated but we're not going to go matching boib ansa ethic is apparently what's happening with it's so ludicrous i it makes me hey tobey maguire and not and this is why com i don't think the parents like just like have kids and become only parents like i i know many parents had many friends who are parents of the cell full lives if they're lucky personalities or whatever but i see these pictures of tobey maguire roaming the streets with.

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