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"cheetah" Discussed on Conversations
"Choose where to make your home next or what we did. We traveled around the world looking for place. We looked at canada and we live robbed in canada in summer. We looked at a little place called golden in the rocky mountain area in british columbia. And i'll say well. This picture is definitely we all want to just settle anyway. We went back to south africa and our sit to answer my new off. I said i think i should go back in winter just to have a look back in winter i was going to spend two weeks for two days late hours back in south africa. I nearly froze to death. They went to Look at another place. We landed on an island cool madera in the atlantic ocean that's near the canary. Group belongs to portugal fed tastic beautiful orrin with fantastic people but my little girl at time was about three years old and often unsee. Ma said you're going to be difficult to go to school here. 'cause portuguese so that was for the wayside but i did learn later. On that infant shell capital it was what they call commonwealth school which taught english became. Can't australia ninety nine hundred four. We arrived in australia at that time. Sister was living at daza. She'd come in come before us and status for a couple of days drove down to the coast to townsville came haya call and wind up because to port. Douglas which i loved but when we arrived in two thousand and one off visa you couldn't buy a house in port. Douglas sub rich woo moved in housework. Astronomical so i said to what about all we went to townsville. It's kind of look at that. That's how we arrived here. Not sorry it was meant to be. What were you first impressions of australia. What was it that made you choose this country to to make your home in. Share it to be honest with you. It's it's been back africa. The country saw it exactly the same. You got the outback. Which we had the the karoo they call it the kalahari. The east coast is sorry. Is exactly the same as the east coast of south africa and africa and the people of the same. It's just animals. The difference. I think is fantastic on really arkansas. Sister was honesty is. I'm proud to australian absolutely and when you we've found maggie magnetic all off the coast of towns. Well what was it. Like settling in your first years like on the island. Beautiful beautiful we. We came up and bought a house. We put out. I'm still paying it off and we started off. Started up a little restaurant cafe in picnic by the phiri used to arrive picnic by the days did very well until fairy moved to nearly by you know so are we just loved it. We still do and so you had a cafe to start up. Start off all the jobs of you. Dental neon or after we had the cafe but The wassenaar will get you on each other's hair. It out together day saw decided let letter on the cap..
"cheetah" Discussed on Conversations
"But i'd i defy got a few laps across the globe but Became a policeman. So it wasn't. It wasn't the catching the criminals. It was appealing to you. It was being out on a hole in the wild animals is It was a different type of police force. Serious not locked. The police force of today. Our mission was to get the public on our side in twinkie. Twenty years in the police force issued one ticket to give you an idea. Well what was that forty remember. It was it was blatant. I was on my police. Might about guy over a railway bridge with a double watt line and these two youngsters. Juvenile's came along and inbox. Post me on a double white line over the crest of this of the bridge of well that that's a bit cheeky. Stopped them and they gave me a few words. Sagamore ticket one and only only. Who did you meet after you just finished your police training in nineteen fifty nine. Oh the queen mother. The queen mother was on recommissioning and she cannot while for ski. Tom's that to queens mother as as you probably know and One time. I escorted dollars lucky enough to escort her from seoul's airport to the parliament house on horseback. What did you have to wait for that very special commission rolling while it was ceremonial dress. Which was a pretty good looking. I mean i've made us look pretty handsome but but it was the four four horses in front and fought the back with motor vehicle is escort as well. She was an open. Rolls royce of our population saw. She was extremely popular. And tell me in detail what you were wearing. Described that uniform for the hell. We were helmet which you probably know what matters is what with with a ross. Start on the top with a little Reducing police flag. The chinstrap was bras. Highly polished Green shirt with a blue. Tie a cocky baresi jacket with all the bras buttons and studs delta and bryce and persia this riding breeches boots and leggings. highly polished. By the way you know if they weren't to inspect it would give you a opinion clips from everyone back. That's why i'm disciplined. Was it hot in that to your member riding alone. That's quite get up. It was but you know when you chart with a horse you get a little bit of a beast. I wanted to to bed and of course being so proud that you one of those people chosen to escort the queen mother. Who wanted about the heat. Did you get a chance to speak with her at all when we got to parliament house all of us caro for horses and yet to stand to your horse. Otherwise you stand in front of yours holding the braudel. She'd come and talk to each one sided. You have to talk to. What did you have to say to each other. You in the queen mum while she all she. She thanked us all for escort area. And i said auditor ma'am it was a pleasure and schluter during she said. Oh that's very nice of you. What's your name sausage rowland. And she walked on kit my word and you didn't get a couple of that sir Alone on air online. Abc listen this is conversations with sarah can ask you can subscribe to the conversations. Podcast find out more. Abc dot net dot us slash conversations..
"cheetah" Discussed on Conversations
"Him back never one time. He was pretty cranky. You and al enough to you. Went out in the youth. Well eleanor winterton his own about a nineteen forty eight four jute to go click firewood and we had a dog at the back. In the back of the offi rate will click on the way back. This dog was walking and walking to invent to look at him to keep him quiet and went off the road and hit a tree but on the mud. God on the front sauce ellen. Your dad's going to kill us. Get home we've got. We've talked the vans. i couldn't see the part that was damaged but now yankel also. We knew that he'd walk around the vent before he took firewood and he did. My goodness degree get an asklepion across the y'all it wasn't relieved that you i k. It was moved about is bad of course. A clipping made us realise future. Where you going. What was it like going fishing with uncle autho but the nine fishing we did was of course the rivers around the form but there was nothing big we once a year we spent a month on this nbc. It of course on eichel off ahead of the on the and there was big fish. And i'm up to one hundred twenty pounds of fish which is what about sixty kilos so it was fantastic for bank for those huge fish. Those bite what we dude which shoot a dove. Which is what. I call a prison here. tech well feathers often and use the body bite. What else can be found in those reverse besides or crocodiles prey anti. I'll give you an example. We were fishing off a sandbank one day in the middle of the river and ellen quotas botany said well michael author myself ellen. Had to help him pull this fish out. It was massu ever to win. It didn't come at it. Was a crocodile. Sokolova lucky flush. He had dropped nine point three millimeter and being an l. Bushman you calm very accurate with offer..
"cheetah" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic
"We have to finish glass somaliland use to have lots of cheetahs leopards elephants giraffes animals that are nowhere near the area anymore. And even right now Nobody has any idea how many cheetahs are in somaliland and being able to protect it and even help bring them back would be such a win. Both i think for somaliland's pride and for recognition on the international stage. And because all this. There's a chance that when these kids grow up their kids we'll have a chance to see while cheetah to see nicole's pictures in read rachel's reporting check out their article cheetahs for sale. We've included a link to their story in our show notes r- also including links to a few other resources including a short video about the basics of cheetah biology and conservation as well as an article. About how drought is affecting somaliland. Meanwhile on the other end of the continent like to share another podcast in the national geographic family.
"cheetah" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic
"Law enforcement had heard of this guy. Really oh my gosh. She's that notorious so notorious. Yeah it was. It was frankly amazing. Nobody would mention him right away when we started talking about cheetah trafficking but halfway through the interview and i'd be like so if you heard of this guy high one. Oh yeah yeah. He's the worst of them all. He's the one who's making cheetahs extinct in. The region is what one guy told me. Geico and national geographic are working together to make your life a lot easier. Get a quote with gyco mentioned your net gio affiliation and you could get a special discount on geico's already low rates visit geico dot com slash nat. Go to see how much you could save. That's geico dot com slash. Nah chiyo great rates. Great service and a whole lot more. Geico dot com slash. Nicio catching ati. How one was a huge priority for the somaliland authorities. One coast guard unit painted his name outside their building as a reminder that he was still at large i've d- i wan himself is a bit of a mystery. I think he's about forty years old again. This is being pieced together by multiple sources who know different pieces of the story and have slightly varying stories but it sounds like abdeen. Taiwan got his start working for another cheetah trafficking that work he had begun as a lower level guy. Definitely not the top of the chain doing grunt work Stuff like that and he's as we've learned extremely resourceful and charismatic. He knows how to get what he wants to build a network so he started building his own network. He made direct connections with buyers in the gulf and essentially overtook. This indicate he was working for and that way he managed to build up his own massive network that now seems to be the top network supplying geeta cubs out of the horn-of-africa and he'd finally been caught again in rachel and nicole. The photographer were there for the last day of his trial in hargeisa in a quiet moment before the judge arrived. Nicole took his picture. Rachel never got to interview but she got a snapshot of her own. Every person i interviewed said tell me what ati high want is like totally open ended question and i posed this question both to his opponents like the police and military but also to people he's worked with like the middlemen who helped broker sales or two you know fishermen in a village who have benefited from his generosity i e payments to keep their mouths shut Everybody just about described him the same way that's cold blooded charismatic and having a heart heart i wanted to find that sympathetic angle and i haven't been able to yet in the courtroom ogden. High one claimed he'd never seen those five cheetah cubs before but that was difficult to believe when the prosecutor brought out abi. How on cell phone. It was filled with pictures of cubs and voice messages negotiating. What he wanted in return for them. Rachel says he seemed unconcerned about this evidence so the trial ended with him giving his closing argument because he was representing himself so he walked up to the bars of the cell faced the judge and made his final argument which was essentially. I'm not guilty. These were the other guys cubs. I don't know don't blame me. The end he was very casual very confident. And that was it. The case was closed. The judge excused everybody and we all left to wait for the verdict to ritual came home and began writing the story. Not knowing what would happen next for the next couple of weeks. I was constantly checking my whatsapp to see if anybody in somaliland texted me updates from the case and all of a sudden got linked to a press. Release that Said he was found guilty and he was given the longest ever sentence in somaliland for an environmental crime is very exciting. It was a big landmark. Everybody was celebrating. One hawan was sentenced four years in prison. It seems to have made a difference from what i've heard. Cheetah smuggling in western somaliland has dropped off a lot since his arrest but that conviction might not stick. he was granted an appeal in his awaiting. A neutral leaving. The possibility that is conviction could be overturned as notorious. Obvi- how one is though. This problem isn't just about one. Cheetah smuggler somalians. Environmental minister is looking at the bigger picture to see one son. Online minister shukri is working to educate a new generation of somali. Landers about taking care of the region's wild cheetahs. Her office teamed up with a nonprofit called the cheetah conservation fund to help with public outreach ritual got to visit classroom of ten year olds were a guest speaker explained the cheetah's role in the environment. And what the students should do when they saw one even when it was threatening their families the livestock..
"cheetah" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic
"Recognized by the international community does that play any role in the cheetah trafficking. Story it's made it a lot harder for somaliland to get the international aid it needs and wants to fight cheetah trafficking because somaliland isn't recognized as independent on the international stage somaliland doesn't have access to most of the funding it needs to be able to fight the cheetah trade while this lack of recognition makes things more difficult. Rachel thinks that it's also helping to motivate their efforts to stop trafficking and it seems to me that one of the ways. They're trying to demonstrate that they have a functional government subject to the rule of law is by really cracking down on trafficking of all kinds and by focusing on wildlife is just another way for somaliland to say like. Hey look worlds. Were paying attention. Not only to economic development and our citizens and good governance but also to the environment. It also helps that the minister of the environment Minister shukri is personally extremely passionate about about stopping cheetah trafficking. She's the one who really made it a national issue because she cares so much about it so so yes and a half now When rachel was covering the trial in the capital she recorded this interview with minister. Shukri haji smell. Muhammed and the minister told rachel that in her first week on the job. Five confiscated cheetah cubs actually died of malnutrition in her office building. Five died in here. Yes that was my last week and said what. Why are we let people taking the cheapest from the one. And they said they're selling selling that goat's shit comes. Why do some the cheetah's minister shukri says that many of the somali landers who come across while cheetahs see selling the cubs as a way to make additional money especially if the cheetah mother had killed one of their votes which is what happened to mati. Farah duxian i said. Marty is a nomadic pastoralists. Living in western smalley land and you pastoralism is the dominant way of life for most people across the region. This is nicole so becky the photographer who went with rachel to interview. Mati a series of recent droughts in somaliland has made keeping large herds of animals. Much more difficult for the people living there so his father had five hundred sheep and goats matias forty and that's really not enough to sustain his family of one wife and seven kids and so he's really struggling. They're living on the razor's edge of survival and so for his father when a cheetah took one of his goats. It wasn't a big deal. He was able to just brush it off and move on with mock. That's you know that could mean the difference between being able to feed his family or not multi. Father might have been able to brush off the occasional cheetah attack but when he caught a cheetah eating goat and not just any go but one that his own son was relying on for milk. You felt he had to do something so bitten nearly cried. But then i decided to to revenge on definitely shoot rushed for my gun. He talked about kissing his gun after that. And you know feeling vindicated feeling revenge that he had been able to kill the cheetah that had killed the goat that his young son had been relying on and that was in his. Mind's not only justified but the right thing to do but the cheetah carcass was discovered in my d. Was arrested of that. The body was food to the that. I was arrested on despite me not knowing that. There was an organizational initiatives product getting the word out to nomadic farmers as part of the challenge of cheetah conservation in this area. Monte didn't know that cheetahs were endangered or that it was illegal to hunt them so he was let off with a warning and he promised not to harm cheetahs in the future fence. Mufti promise not to kill anymore that he has actually suffered several losses of goats but he has stayed firm to his promise and he has convinced other friends of his to call in and she worked to release cheetah that they have taken from the wilds but the choice between conservation in illegal. Commerce isn't always easy in a reporting rachel film that powerful incentives to sell cheetah cubs remain when a cheetah kills a goat and you only have fifty goats. That is a huge blow to your income. And you need to try to recoup that loss all pastoralists no. There's a market for cheetah cubs. They know there's somebody who's gonna pay money for those cheetah cups. Who's buying the cheetah's so it's people who own private menagerie of all kinds of animals Think about like a wealthy saudi prince or somebody in dubai who has a cheetah some lions Some awesome lots maybe a monkey. It becomes part of a collection interesting. So what are they doing with the cheetah. That's a really good question. So cheetahs are in between big cats and small cats because they're not so big and they're not particularly aggressive at least in comparison to alliance tiger. You know people will bring them into their house. You have their pictures on instagram of people lounging in their living. Rooms watching tv with their cheetahs. Cheetahs have a long history as exotic pets. They've been kept by egyptian pharaohs. Renaissance nobles and more recently instagram influencers. Social media definitely drives the trade particularly instagram. You get people who have public accounts you know. Tens of thousands of followers who post pictures of them in their pet cheetahs and it's in many ways a sign of not just wealth but of privilege and influence because in most places In the gulf countries it is illegal to own a pet cheetah Or any big cat so by posting openly that you have one sort of like saying look how important i am. This is illegal. But i still have it so since instagram. You mentioned specifically instagram. But since instagram's such a driver for this illegal market have they you. What's their been their response to this. Instagram has not responded to my questions or requests for comment in theory. You know illegal. Activity isn't supposed to happen on the platform and instagram interest. A place where people show off their pet cheetahs. It's also a place where people sell and buy cheetahs so those ads are against their policy. But as we've seen with social media platforms not just instagram. All social media platforms. You know you get a little creative in. It's easy enough to get around those restrictions but someone needs to connect the farmers who might happen across well cheetah cubs to the people who might want to buy them as pets and that brings us back to ati high one and the trial in the somaliland courtroom. We spent ten days traveling throughout western somaliland. Every single person. I talked to whether they were a fisherman and a beach community or like a driver. Local cut seller or.
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"I strongly suggest you students before you go and engage the services of a cheetah to ask your teacher Questions about your writing and seeing if you can't improve on that are yourself and then only after that when you've exhausted that you'll paying attention in class. You asking your teacher the right questions and it's still not helping then an early then what. I suggest that students. You know trying to gauge tutoring service. And make sure that the cheetah that they working wife is working specifically on what they're doing and not just general skills across the
"cheetah" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
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"cheetah" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
"cheetah" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"For themselves in the wild sammy's lots isn't i mean there's different student like a wildlife refuge. This is more like a burlesque of animals. True but also i think a wildlife refuges will want to bring members of the public into appetites. That work can bring in revenue and awareness of cheers and stuff. I mean these are ways in this by money. They do valuable conservation work with the money they raise. They do bring an exhibition of exotic animals to people that never would have seen them otherwise. But there's a trade off in the welfare standards since innocent disease exists especially teaches. Might as well be as happy as possible. The world's moved on and had an i feel like the world. Has i feel like a lot of people going into zoos now. Because i want to look after animals. Well you say it's the world moved on. yeah. I mean in the ua. it is still. I wouldn't say commonplace because you're talking about the ultra rich. Who are there But it is not unusual amongst the billionaires of the have a pet cheater Which is something that was again. I wouldn't cy coleman but more common in western celebrities. Hollywood types About eighteen thousand years ago so that was The silent film actress phillies golden walls. Fight graft woking cheater around els coat as an amazing affect going shopping with this thing on a metal chain working like a dog. I wonder if she also had a dog to keep the cheetah com choosing not bothered by keeping the tecom. She was walking down the street in central london. But yeah maybe josephine. Baker used to have one as well. She's it walking down the show. Id about that at the so. They'll fashions is funny because there was the slight chance of the cheetah might literally. Richardson jeopardy is quite exciting. No again you're playing into cheetah prejudice. Nazi no no. You're making a point. But no that's why they were good pets. They are actually never turn on the pound of the master. They are more suitable pets. Yeah they don't really go for. They might go for children but they wouldn't go for. Not just to child is.
"cheetah" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"Off play by creating attraction architecturally but it didn't have a in his first ball pits because he did invent the ball pits. And as much as you can't invent wtn simplistic bulls whiles at captain. Kids world in seaworld san diego which in nineteen seventy-six. I told my manic go on the show about being abandoned in sea world. I don't remember. He took him out crying to see the whales dance. Yeah i'm not sure whether i have. Is this story about you. Actually child killer whale and the man's picked you up find you in the floating crip. Forgive me if you've listened to our archive more recently than we have but none of us can remember. If i've told this story but when i was about seven i got lost in seaworld and it was because i went into captain kids world i went into the bullpen and i was so amazed by the software. Never seen one before. And i just had a watch for my birthday i was dyslexic and clumsy. And like a terrible child fanny kind of practical task but nonetheless. My parents were trying to train me and so they were like we're going get for a cup of coffee over there. Look at your watch when the big hand gets to three come and find us over that right and they left me in. The and i was diligent. I did keep checking my watch. Because i was responsible minded child but i had absolutely no way of working out where a gun like. I just had no sense of direction. So i could not find go and i wasn't really paying attention because i was so excited to get into captain kids world so three o'clock came and i was like oh shit i don't know whether it's coffee shop is walked around for like five or ten minutes trying to find it and it's a big disorientating place. You know music coming out. The bans You know smells. Diverting me everybody candyfloss. What's and go. But and then i just did. What seemed like the obvious thing to do is old. Which is i feel. Well what would i do. If i was separated from me at seaworld i'd go and watch baby shamu again so i went to the side doors of all of the shows and tried to spot my parents which is impossible anyway like ten thousand people and of course they weren't there. They were like shedding buckets of tears with the customer service department trying to get their child back from reduction but Tunnel announcement went out. Which always. I was oblivious to and i was just walking around for about an hour and then one of the stuff spotted me crying and said have you been separated from your mommy and daddy and i said yes and she said come with me and they were and then we left there was there was no more fun after that journey from peak to trough. Say so captain kids world was nothing but trouble for me sorry. I'm sure that that's not what eric mcmillan intenders him talking about. How when he was a child growing up in postwar manchester. I believe and the kids would just play out on the rubble Just be turned out to play outside for the whole day. And he's like and the kids were just dismantle a rec building would just like rip it off piper it. Yeah wow that's really interesting. So he really went to the opposite side of the softness spectrum. Yes but still with the same activity is interesting like shea them. And that's i think what's behind some of the revival as the world's become more digital in adults doing soft play is. I think it's probably nostalgia elvis in his partly scrambling at that but he's also just the fact that it's something tactile rather than looking green but it's holding thing jumping into feeling thing by do you think in scramble so has a lot to deal with from the bullpen. Said like all yellow all glow in the dark or was fun. He does something. Do you know what inspired eric mcmillan to come up with specifically the bullpen day. A pit full of ball. Now you said he's like a blitz reference. I'm a big. That's what made him. But it was a container of pickled onions. He was looking at it going. Wow what it'd be like to crawl through this and then thought imagine diving into a bath of onions visionary so it would be amazing if the prototype. Both filled with forty thousand ton and onion pits. I'd be kind of into that. I'm trying to build a website to bring tourists to radley's. But when i open it up on my smartphone or tablet something goes wrong and it just looks her bitch. Unlike hoffa cheer itself.
"cheetah" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"That i to when when my dad ten rents me and told me didn't let me calling him dad. There's one day just suddenly said from now on. I want you to stop talking midlife crisis. Obviously from now on. I want you to call me stanley about fifteen. I just couldn't do it fifteen. Yeah wow so he would have been fifty and he was just like you didn't like the idea of a teenager calling him dad. I think as feel old but it's just like your dad. You've always been done. You don't really get to choose that. I don't think he choose it before charles boone. Somehow it should be the children's prerogative what they call their own parents whereas you feel like when the parents choosing for the children they get to choose for the first ten years their life and the child hates it then actually then becomes the child's to begin power. Isn't it choosing your child's name whereas when you're choosing what you co parent is like one of the few pounds powering up. I'm putting that on your gravestone. There's nothing you can do about it question your question. Google his question from joe in seattle. Who says helen's me this. If i fell into a ballpit the size of a swimming pool would i die ha. Why assume the joe is raising this to imply that it's a very big in deep ball pit rather just a small backyard swimming pool. Yes but air poke. It still apply don't they. I mean that's the bull pits. Yes exactly you could still breath even in a deep. I've lied at the bottom of a small ballpit. And i haven't died. That's getting these. Did you have to be rescued. I by life out spot. The fun i mean are members of kidney swimming pool holding your breath under to see how long you could love terrific. Thank you erin but in the bullpen. I think that's pretty safe. Isn't it like there are gaps. Yeah although i can imagine that if you will. In in a very deep pit bulls came up to the top of your head or more. Getting out of it would be really challenging. It's supposed to be good stuff today with us along the longer term proposition than the fixation that several weeks. I've not actually have been in a ballpit what i was too old for. Soft play soft play in. After i was a teenager. We just had hard play that would injure you before and not have not been to one of these like adult instagram experience. Bullpen things other than the bopha. When i was a kid. I'm forty three. You're not too old for soft play helen. Yeah you're right that it wasn't as common as it is now this your parents told you that soft play didn't exist for five years didn't exist fine so i don't know how they tend to be associated with being maybe like waist height on children. Yes although i now have not yet. Two year old is waste is low to the ground. He's never been in a bull pick. I'm to think of it because of kovic. But when he gets into is going to love it and he standing up in the bullpen the local legislature around the corner from us would be up to his face so a dunk thing. Association is an issue because otherwise they wouldn't let you do that with they. Yeah and there are other ways that you can hurt yourself in the bullpen. Apparently the way is just people colliding with you. Like if you're hiding onto the bulls say or if someone if there's a slide going into the bullpen. I think did die is someone who's never been to a ballpit if there's a slight going into the coast as a slight going to the bullpen mike. We talked about joy here. If you'll bowl pitting around at the bottom of the slide and someone comes down. The slide is a collision hotspot that has been fatal. But that's about slides not ball pits. Isn't it like hanging around to the bottom of this. Slide is fe to anyway. there's a lot of urban myths about. Oh my child died because it was a rattlesnake in the bowl picks who my child dykes was a heroin needle in the bullpen. And these stories seem quite why disarticulated but not verified in the ways attributed to a newspaper that doesn't exist like moral panics. right exactly which is interesting. Because bull pits were designed as part of the kind of self play revolution which existed because people thought outdoor playgrounds. Were unsafe so they were created to be a safer. Playing environments is interesting. They sparked people's paranoia that they're unsafe. I think it doesn't necessarily matter. What's the safety. Level is of a thing. People have natural fears. And they'll channel them into whatever's available and you can his be like oh there's probably been a heroin addict around a rattlesnake in comparison to the fear of abduction which was basically what in the late seventies people will aren't about in playgrounds. It's unlikely to happen. Isn't it like landing on the heroin needle inside a children's play attraction. Yes i would have thought and then that killing you this report i read which is supposedly first person for mother. She's my child died of a heroin overdose because a bit of needless snapped dolphin his foot. I'm not sure that would make you overdose on heroin overdose on tetanus but yeah so it does seem like the biggest hazard from a is filth because of You know especially if it's a child. Bullpen then might be quite a lot of bodily excursions. The i would not make that distinction. I mean the adult bullpitt. I is usually taken alongside alcohol. Isn't it saturday. I'm sure there's likely to be less pissing out. Bullpen or less socially buffed up heineken. Yeah definitely maybe a little. Bit era and manufacturers do amend cleaning the balls once a week however do they they bullyboy lison the ballpit baas in london which been around for the last five or so years. They say we have a bowl. Cleaner called gobble muffin. Which kind of machine with a big pipe who sanitizers and cleans. Eighteen thousand miles per hour was a little bowls elbows. Get lovely clean each and every week and we've got the test results to prove it. And i've also had people putting in little bowls in a net and taking them through a car wash or an industrial dishwasher. Do you know wherever you first soft play was in the world helen. I have seen attributed to a play park in ontario direct. The children's village yes in ontario place. Toronto which was crazy but englishman. Actually who moved to candidate. Eric mcmillan but it didn't have a bowl pit in it. So he essentially. What we know is off play by creating attraction architecturally but it didn't have a in his first ball pits because he did invent the ball pits. And as much as you can't invent.
"cheetah" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"You want the feeling of like ye stage dive on your born aloft by a crowd of affectionate people and you do a kind of victory lap around the stadium and then you'll delivered safely back to the stage. They put the crowd parts like the red sea. And you just six feet and district shoulder again kripke cokes. Anyway we're going to get on with the show now but if you're feeling emotional at the moment thank you thank you for carrying. Yes and if not his nose house party it at school. Before i've been thinking about by anyone i was a kid. I used to watch host party of bobby and ganda used to be point win. Kit will to be in the lebanon. Get surprise because did appeal tv. Think it's called like tv or something like that. I was just thinking about it. Just posted my ahead and that they do not get know because cameras can be by. How did they manage. The in lakewood was like the eighteen. Eighty east relate. Tv kambas were huge. He then obv- like digital broadcasting over and stuff. How did they do that. How could people ever voiced accommodate. Thank you very much. Thank you so for those who don't remember and tv. Indeed children was the name of the feature on those house party. When noel edmonds used look down the barrel of the lens and click his fingers in a kind of star of the show could be you moment and they would go live to a view as living room. They were always watching those house party by happy coincidence costs britain was surprisingly huge amount of britain was. That's maybe not so extraordinary. That was a point. Helen when a quarter of the country. We're watching knowles house party on saturday night. Essentially everyone watching. Telly was watching that. It was quite visually compelling idea which you can still see in anteks saturday night takeaways. The obvious influence. But i mean gogo books as well the aesthetics of that. Yeah the combating idea was here. A real people like you. In this interim scratching their house. They might be eating something off a plate. That doesn't uptick appetizing and suddenly bang. They don't tally in metric and the way they did it. Sean i mean sean says oh. They didn't have small cameras in the ninety s. But i did is just technology isn't as good as it is now so yeah i mean it's true that now you can get a go pro or smartphone. That's got a lens in that. So tiny ready could hide it anywhere and anyone could do that but in the nineties if you were the bbc with money no object for this. Hit show and you could do that to you. Live heard of lipstick cameras. They were around from that era. And that's how they used to film formula one back. Then you know that footage where you'd see a commented camera that existed from the ninety s panasonic made them. They were hugely expensive. They're about the size of a paperback and that is what they used to fill those house. Parties ntv section did the disguised as a book. You're on the right track. They disguised as a vhs. Tape was a vhs. Tape off knows has party because that would be very matter. We'll no because that would have aroused suspicion wouldn't unless you're sex fab. Well they do. Is they send the production team down to the sitting room. That was going to be pranked. Someone would have been nominated in any case by their friend or partner. Who would be in on. That will be a mole on the inside. Yeah and they'd make sure that the victim had gone out for the afternoon and then when the production team turns up they take a lot of polaroid's because this is the ninety s of what the sitting room looked like an almost everyone back in those days would have vhs machine under on top of the tv. so i within the i line of the tv so it would. It was talking to them and then on top of the vhs player. They'd have a couple of unblocks jesse's lying around that's why everyone had so they would replace one of the vhs's they take the label off or make a reprise label of one of the jesse's and put their dummy vhs tape on and it was out of the record tab on the sides that the lenzi spoke out. Oh wow nice and then there was always a second camera. That was obviously harder to hide. It would have to plump pot wherever you get a wide or profile angle. Because no would get them to do dance routine or whatever the night. It's come round so they needed a second camera. That was harder because you really didn't want to let the suspicion of the person who's going to be pregnant and most of the time you can tell the genuinely didn't because they're looking you know they really well like scratching their also. Picking the knows very often when it cut to them which was part the fun and then he did involve sometimes paying neighbors to drill through their home to get the cables into transmission. Van somewhere but like i say money now object legal people were like yes those house party. Fuck yes my straight is going to be on. Mtv guess go for it. There are a few people that just did not enjoy the prank. People who are just just did not play along. I would understand. I think most people hardwired into the british like isn't it that if you're being humiliated on national television you just do play along. I would hate it so much and just want to hang. It is somehow more conspicuous not to go along with it than it is to go along with it which is annoying. It's it's a manipulative. Yeah just do it if you hate to do it do it to an adequate level and no one will remember. Make us everyone remember. Whenever someone would call up the radio. They would always tell them. Turn their radio from the background. Because you get the sound. Fading feedback loop. Yeah if the family were watching knows house party at home with them pick up. This is why obese came to say goodbye to this show. Helen because It's that kind of question. You just sort of instinctively tapped into really fascinating nerdy area that i have reserved. I thought you know what that's too. Geeky mentioned it and then you asked anyway. Yes so i do know the answer to that going to lie back and enjoy this to prevent feedback. Labs the tv that the victim was watching on would be relaying a fake version of bbc one. The engineers had retained it to they would use this remember..
Why Doesn't the Chinese Government Provide Visual Evidence of Dong Jingwei?
"On both sides giving conflicting versions of these events and again. Both of those events cannot be true if they have this guy back in China, Jingwei And he's there. Just show a picture. As Jim said, Put him up at the comedy Club at night at the Improv. It doesn't matter. Just put him out in front of the television. I mean, think about it if Gina Hospital if it was alleged that Gina Hospital of the C I A Had God forbid, defected to Russia and was giving up the mother lode of information about U. S intelligence operations. And Gina Hospital was in the United States. She would like, send a tweet or or Facebook puzzle. Hey, it's cheetah up. Here's all Bs. Why aren't they doing that? They're just saying, Oh, yeah, He gave a speech last week. Where was the speech at all? I don't know. I don't know where to speak. You don't know where the speech is. Let me get this straight China, the world's largest surveillance state cameras everywhere. Camera. You pick your nose in China. You're like a viral celebrity on screw tube. The next day, there's a camera everywhere in China everywhere. They warned me about that When I went over there 10 15 years ago, whatever it was I can only imagine what the cameras are like. Now you're telling me Don Jingwei's in China, but nobody can find them that he gave his speech and nobody in the room. Where wasn't Does that make any sense to you? The world's largest surveillance states can't figure out if there's spy chief is there or in the United States. Giving up the mother lode
Chile Admits Violation of Virus Protocols at Copa America
"Jewels more woes for cheetah. It's a hairdresser. Apparently it's caused a breach in their copa. America bubbles yet. We show them. I've even other or the guest gabor. Hairdresser might have had staff. He has not rabi. Maybe there was more people are more fun and more parties. Who knows more really need haircut. Yeah and really chile again. It's not the first time you saw tall again. Not on his own with others but come on already copa. America probably should have should not be playing right now knowing these conditions we tell you to be in his tweet bubble not risk and then you bring people from the outside in. I mean how. Unprofessional and ceos crazy. Whatever word you want to use. It is this disrespectful to completely
His Daily Podcast Got 5 Million Downloads
"Hey jamie thanks for joining us my pleasure so you have a pretty eclectic background you for your first entrepeneurship venture was a gossip website right. Yeah like a like about the full lifetimes ago. A lot of people say you know different times but they really were different times. It was lead to thousands and gossip was a real currency. It was a real it was it was it was a. It was a genre off journalism. Vats really road the first wave of of the internet and mainly because the internet offered speed anonymity and both both things like kindling to To gossips i. It was it was really interesting to watch that. What's that grows quickly as it did and it was it was quite futsi cheetahs to be part of the part of its uprising as well. That was a lot of downsides to it. What was the name of the website. It was called holy moly again most a lot of websites back. Then it's weirdest thing that a business could be built on just a website but that's how it was then and a lot of websites lived and breathed on that demand names as well and only molly was one that i got quite early on. It was originally going to be just like design web site for a bunch of my design friends and may But i kept hold of it. And then it kinda suited the the whole the gut the gossip side of things and and really took off in the uk. This kind of like pre pre tmz pre peres. Really it was. It was an exciting time.
What Are the Pros and Cons of Carb Cycling?
"You to really think about your diet is that you want to be metabolic flexible. What does that mean well. In the sugar impact died. I talk about being a sugar burner versus a fat burner. You don't wanna be a sugar burner the you know. You're sugar burners you lose weight. You don't lose your waist that's making you worse. Not better by the way you don't want that and if you can't go more than two to three hours without getting that term that they made that henry term so you've never ever just forgotten eat in fact that's the sign that you're a fat burner is you can easily go hours without eating you actually. Sometimes we'll go. god. I eat lunch. That's one in you lose weight off your waist until obviously you don't want to be the sugar burn in fact which you really wanna be is Is able to burn sugar. Able to burn fat and able to burn tones meal the cycle back and forth so that depending on where you are in your cycle. If you're a cycling female for what you're doing with your exercise you can bring the carbohydrates up or you can move into more of a cheetah genyk low carb diet and your body can easily shift back and forth. So i want us to really rethink this and that we want to cross train our diet now. This is important because like where kina genyk die to near mint. Fasting can be therapeutic. And especially when you look at like More extended fasting can be therapeutic for anti-aging for stimulating stem cells for immune health forgetting blood sugar balance. If you do it longer term same with too much keita. Do kito longer term specially for women in some women. This could create some stress responses and can actually start to mess up your periods It can start to mess up your dreams and your cortisol. So that's what you wanna think of. And that's why. I really like the idea of your diet because if you think about it like that's what we would naturally do. If this was a thousand years ago we would have had more fruit during the summer. Not really in the winter so we would have eaten more of that gained some weight by the way the days would have been longer. We would've been staying up later. We would have been more insulin resistant. We would have stored more fat so that during the winter when we didn't have access to that and we're eating more things like ham akin and fats and going into kit. Hoses we can use that stored body fat for fuel so we naturally are supposed to cycle. Were supposed to be able to miss meals and not have it be a total crisis
Women Empowerment With Debra Martin Chase
"Right and what And i'm also curious to seeking to be a player. Martin chase production was affiliated with disney. Twenty sixteen. i believe that's right. What you own kind of walk us through. What is that like just thinking about like when you're looking at the critics when you're moving like i am and you're seeing the that you have this black girl majett Talented woman behind the scenes and she has not production following these major project. What is that like for you to have that opportunity for yourself to create your own production company so yes with the cheetah girls. I originally Sold to girls to the disney channel television series and with the same writer. Allison taylor ultimate writer and win We finished the script. International the international divisions of the disney channel had to sign off on on new television series. And win it was sent to ram. They were like well. We can't sell this because these girls aren't real. Nobody's gonna believe that. These black and latino girls in new york city are living on park avenue and live this fancy and i was so pissed off the Point show to show that people live different. Lives and you know that. These girls have big dreams and aspirations and gary mars to credit who was head of the disney channel. Bend in now at warwick president said look i. I don't control the series totally. But i do control movies in a. We'd we configure this as a movie. I can i. Can you know make that happen. And so we did and he and he did and then in success we were able to do ops into more movies in the franchise.
Animal keeper at Columbus Zoo injured after being attacked by cheetah
"At the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is recovering now after being attacked by a cheetah cheetah was being walked with the zookeeper came by. After working around giraffes. Staff members say Isabelle was purring when the keeper approached, But when they got closer, Isabel lunged officials believe her animal instincts kicked in after smelling the giraffes. Zookeeper has already been discharged,
Animal keeper at Columbus Zoo injured after being attacked by cheetah
"Keeper at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is recovering now after being attacked by a cheetah cheetah was being walked when the zookeeper came by. After working around giraffes. Staff members say Isabelle was purring when the keeper approached, But when they got closer, Isabel lunged officials believe her animal instincts kicked in after smelling the giraffes. Zookeeper has already been
Biting the Lion
"Biting the lion. Once upon a time there was a mighty lion named hari. He stood taller than a man. His for was as gold as honey and his teeth were as white as milk. Each paul was bigger than a dinner plate and tipped with claws sharper than a steak knife. He moved so fast he could run down a cheetah and his jaws were so strong he could bite a boulder clean in half and that was on a bad day. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. He would roared anyone who got in his way he was always shouting at the other animals and anyone who dared to stand up to him would get swatted with a massive paw and sent rolling into the dirt. Finally after years of abuse. The other animals all got together to figure out a way to get hari. The lion to stop knocking them around. That lyon needs to be stopped. Said an antelope when all the animals had gathered. But what can we do. Honk the warthog. Yesterday he made me eat a dirt sandwich. I mean i like sandwiches generally but the dirk was a little dry would have been better as a mud sandwich. Nothing like a good mud sandwich. A specially when you get all the worms in their wriggling out a little gravel to mine too for some crunch sandwiches. Aside purred the tiger. We need to stand up to this bully. If we don't he'll just keep on bothering us for ever. He thinks he's so funny. Cackled a hyena. He grabbed my pond. Slapped my own face with it. He kept saying. Stop hitting yourself stopping yourself. I tried to stop but he was so strong. He said i must like it. If i'm laughing but i can't help it. That's just what i sound like. He said i was too small to even bother picking on buzzed and that he called me a big green noodle said the anaconda slithering out of some sticks debate off by tail added zebra. It wasn't much of a tail but it was all i had out of nowhere. The lion landed next to them. With a thump his claws were out and his eyes were flashing dangerously. Did i hear you nerds talking about me. Hari said you think you're better than the king of beasts. Just leave us alone said the antelope. Just leave us alone. The lion said back mocking. He pushed her shoulder and sent her tumbling into the dirt. I'm in charge here and don't you forget it. You shouldn't be so mean. The warthog said oh. I shouldn't the lion asked. Sounds like someone wants another dirt sandwich. Like to see you try ari. The warthog said backing up and shaking. His long tusks hari roared and prowled up the wardhaugh grunted and charged forward his sharp tusks low and deadly before he could get close though the lions swat it out with one hulking. Paw it caught the warthog across the rump. And he went rolling a mud ball into the bushes. Ha ha hari roared anyone else. Want to challenge the king of beasts. How about you stripes. He asked zebra care for a rematch. If you win a find new tail for ya. The zebra looked away but the anaconda slithered up your big. But i am longer she said i think it's time for a new king of beasts one who isn't such a big arrogant puffball arrogant snarled. Hurry you better. Tell me what that means right now. It means your vain and selfish. And you think you're the most important thing in the whole world. I don't think it i know it. Hari said looking one pond and slicking back his tawny main nod for long the anaconda said she began to call herself layer after layer of scaly green winding in a big circle around the lion. He spun in place watching for her diamond head. Her clever is and long forked tongue. That seemed to flicker the air with a sudden crack. The anaconda pulled herself tight her body. Like a not around hurry. The lion with a hiss. She began to squeeze good. Try hari grunted. But your just a big noodle. He opened his mouth and wrapped it around the anaconda with a roaring slurp he pulled the snake off of him and then spit him in a sopping. Wet pile so much for. The noodle king hari laughed. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. You may be the king purred tiger dangerously. But maybe it's time for a queen. She padded out to stand before the lion. She was nearly as big as him with blazing orange for and wicked curving teeth. I won't put up with your bullying anymore. Come on then. Hari said show me how. A queen fights with matching roars. The pair slammed together. This was the most fight they'd seen by far and it was quickly a rolling flashing a flailing gnashing tornado of for and teeth and claws. The other animals backed away as the two big cats battle each other spreading sweat and spit across the ground. When they finally crashed to a halt hari was the winner and the tiger sprawled at his feet.
Illusionist Siegfried Fischbacher, the surviving member of duo Siegfried & Roy, has died
"Siegfried Fischbacher, the surviving member of the Magic duo Siegfried and Roy has died. Siegfried was the magic guy Horn was the animal guy. They met on a cruise ship in 1957 and Roy Horn became Siegfried Fischbacher assistant. Later, Roy suggested adding a cheetah to the show. Eventually, they used as many as 20, White tigers and white lions and occasionally an Elefant becoming one of the best known acts in Las Vegas. They signed a lifetime contract with the Mirage in 2001. Roy was mauled by a tiger in 2003 and died last year of covert 19. Funeral services for Siegfried will be private with the public memorial
Illusionist Siegfried Fischbacher of Siegfried & Roy dies
"Six British banker of the illusionist act Siegfried and Roy has died of pancreatic cancer at the age of eighty one according to his publicist I marches are a letter with the latest Siegfried was the magic guy horn was the animal guy they met on a cruise ship in nineteen fifty seven and Roy horn became Siegfried fish Parker's assistant leader Roy suggested adding a cheetah to the show eventually they used as many as twenty white Tigers and white lions and occasionally an elephant's becoming one of the best known acts in Las Vegas they signed a lifetime contract with the Mirage in two thousand one Roy was mauled by a tiger in two thousand three and died last year of covered nineteen funeral services for Siegfried will be private with the public memorial in the future
How to Avoid Becoming a Meal for a Cheetah
"The cheetah is the rarest big cat in africa less than seven thousand adults remain on the planet think of it this way for every cheetah on the planet. There's more than four starbucks. Coffee shops the most important cheetah stronghold is in central namibia but the cheetahs. They're don't live within national parks. They live on privately. Owned farmland. Pharma's having huge problems with cheetahs losing a lot of stuck and there are other farmers who actually didn't have any problem at all ecologists you're melts heimer from the live knits institute for zoo and wildlife research in berlin assumed at first that all farmers had cheetah trouble. It was just that some were more likely to complain about it. But after tracking fifty collared cheetahs he began to suspect that there really was a pattern to their killing by the time his team had data from one hundred six cheetahs colored over the course of a decade. Not only was. He certain that cheetahs were more likely to kill in some places than others but that he could solve the problem. We indeed found. These communication hubs of cheetahs which spread evenly across the landscape with a high activity of cheetahs within the hubs cheetahs. Aren a social species but they still need to trade information. They don't meet physically typically not but they leave marks and prominent lent marks and whether they either use during fees to communicate with each other. Think of it as a coffee shop for cats where animals trade gossip even though these communication hubs only comprise around ten percent of the landscape cheetah. Spend most sometimes all of their time within them. These basically a long-term tradition which is passed on from cheetah generation to cheetah generation Some of these communication hubs basically no-no. Let's say the mocking location. Mocking trees were known by farmers. For sixty seventy years like the grandfather of current farmer already knew the mocking cheese in this area. What the farmers never realized is that only some farms overlap with the cheetahs communication hubs melts. Heimer thought that if those farmers relocated their most vulnerable herds. It could be a huge help. Here remembers the first farmer. He tried to convince and i told him. Look wilfred i have. I have the idea that they are actually there because of these mocking trees. And you happen to have your small shops accepting the same area. Let's try to move your herds out of this area and and keep them somewhere else and then let's measure the losses. And he was laughing at me said i can nice idea but i'm not sure whether it's going to work. They would probably follow the cast so we tried this. Actually it worked and he. He earned much money because he lost less cavs. After that thirty-five more farmers agreed to try it out in all the number of calves to cheat. Predation fell by a whopping eighty six percent. Of course some cattle outside of communication hubs were still lost. The cheetah's but it was at a low enough level that most farmers seem to tolerate it. What this means is that. Cheetahs aren't actively following the cattle. They simply take advantage of whatever food is available nearby. If it's not cattle then they go after. Wild ungulates springbok orix or coup. There are no so called problem. Cheetahs who intentionally seek out cattle instead there are problem areas. That's a much easier problem to solve. And it's one that doesn't result in farmers killing cheetahs melts. Heimer is now hard at work collecting tracking data from cheetahs in other parts of africa to see whether his findings hold up in other ecosystems so often it seems as if the goals of wildlife conservation are incompatible with the goals of commerce but this story reveals that infect biodiversity and agriculture can coexist allocates is really one of these nice example which can go hand in
"Wonder Woman" Earns $16 Million At B.O.
"Woman, 1984. Came out over the weekend, the best box office debut since the start of the Corona virus pandemic, according to the Hollywood Reporter of Wonder Woman, 1984, starring Gal Cadeau earned roughly $16.7 million this weekend, and that's not counting The HBO. Max Buy's Now, Abdul, You've seen this movie? Yes, we're not going to pull the T k w spoil it for people. But I've seen a lot of reviews online off people saying, Yeah, the first one was okay. But this one Well, what they what they tried to do, in my opinion is kind of developed. The the first movie was like No, it's It's new. It's clear from this all action suspense. You really had to have a whole lot of time for character development. And so they tried to do it a little bit more. And the second one, which was which was okay. I mean, I liked it. I enjoy to feel like I walked in. And because here's my thing for a good movie. Did you go to the theater? Did you watch it on HBO? Max? What? To the theater? Okay, Because I don't need to. I need a big screen and I'm accident. All the other all that other stuff. And so I could tell how good a movie is about How many times I looked at my watch? Because if I look at my watch about our into it, it's like, OK, everybody gets one time. But then, like the second or third time was like, okay, I need to leave now. Did not look at my watch One time that it was Okay. I thought Shut up. God, kiddo, did fine. Up. Pablo Pascal did find is the Maxwell Lord through the technically the bad guy who, by the way, is not modeled after Donald Trump. He's mild after a bad guy actually in the comic book. Now I thought Kristen wig was the bad. Well, there's kind of too bad people because Kristen Wig who played the character Cheetah Who was actually a pretty good like said overall, I thought the movie was fine. Um, would I pay full price? I Max? Probably not. But what I go like regular matinee. Sure.
Episode 20: "New Year, New Me" - burst 22
"To life at steve. Trevor seemed trevor. She makes a wish for him to come back. And this guy comes back at a different body and this dispatch had sex. Hadn't been out by you fucking different. Dick pic sought by your spectrum. It so it's a soul a different horse. My my guy cheeses all brand. New york's movie. Yeah did you proud. I did not like the fact that cheetah is back to normal. Yes that's hide. you're not going back. That was
Wonder Woman 1984 movie review: Patty Jenkinss sincere sequel soars despite its flaws
"I'm so glad you can be here with us to talk about wonder woman. Nineteen eighty-four now. To set up the plot of this movie as best i understood. It wonder woman nineteen eighty-four revolves around magic rock. That grants wishes pedro. Pascal plays maxwell lord huckster who wants of course ultimate power over the universe. Kristen wig play nerdy anthropologist Who will later transform sort of. She's all that style into the frightening nemesis cheetah. And if you're wondering how. Chris pine is in this movie considering how wonder woman ended. Just do not worry about it because it will become a somewhat clear. Glenn we were all i think. Fans of the twenty seventeen wonder woman. What did you think of this. Well i think this is It's bright it's entertaining. It was frequently funny. Which i enjoyed. It can't help but lack the kind of simple story power narrative power of that twenty seventeen film because that was our first real glimpse of the character was an origin story and the villain was so unambiguously evil. The kaiser chemical weapons the god of war. What i like about this film. Is that the tone in the first half. Seems like a direct image to the nineteen seventy richard. Donner superman at some people. Have pointed out and i'm all for that but this had its own story to tell it does lose. Its way about halfway because that's when some pretty dark and muddy. cgi takes over. Which i couldn't really get over because this film has been sitting on the shelf for while had lots and lots of time. And the fact that the siege. I still look so weightless in this kind of surprise me and look the superhero film has been around for over half a century now and we still haven't learned it's important lesson which is that more is less one villains enough people if you know what you're doing pick one and stick with it. I mean these characters work when they're coming from a place of moral clarity and they're standing against someone of equal and opposite. You know immoral or amoral clarity. Now you can say the two villains who worked in batman returns because those villains if you're or call were the penguin and cat woman. They already had a cultural footprint. They were firmly planted in the wider culture. You just can't say the same thing about the cheetah and maxwell lord they just don't have that kind of i hate this word. Stickiness essential stickiness. I do have a theory. Why this movie was so light on. Big action set pieces. I think has to do with essential makeup of the character. I'll get to that later. But look all you gotta know is i grew up with lynda carter wonder woman and the super friends and something happened at the one hour and ten minute mark and assume that may be stand up off mme couch and
San Diego to fight ruling letting strip clubs stay open
"Despite stay at home orders in San Diego county because of the pandemic to California strip clubs are allowed to remain open restaurants hair salons and churches have had to close their doors to customers but not pacer show girls international or cheetahs gentlemen's club in San Diego county last month the judge issued an injunction protecting the two clubs from virus closures saying that adults live entertainment is constitutionally protected speech and the club say they are operating safely keeping dancers at least six feet apart and requiring everyone to wear a mask this week the CDA go county officials have voted to appeal the ruling to enforce the new stay at home order a different judge ruled the gyms and restaurants did have to close because of the health risk I'm Jackie Quinn
'Wonder Woman 1984' will debut in theaters and on HBO Max this Christmas
"Woman. Nineteen eighty-four is going to go directly to hbo. Max on christmas day not going to cost money. It's going to be free to stream We talked about it. Obviously how this was gonna be a huge Say domino for the all. Those movies the blockbusters at everyone has saved up. And they they kinda hinted even hinted the rumored this for a little while too but this is obviously huge and warner brothers. I wouldn't want. I don't want to say they're fucking with other people's money but they definitely now set into event as a lot of other Stews are going to have to kind of follow suit in a sense. They don't have to but it's going to now at a lot more pressure on them to have to do that in just might also be their perspective on the the resolution code or least how far off they think any sort of major population return to movie theater might be right because Things are things are getting. Things are rough right now are going to continue to be roughly the winner and we get into springtime. You know there will be hopefully a vaccine released but then the logistics getting it out is going to be a thing to and so you know other people willing to theaters but again it's not it's not about who's willing to go to the theaters and not about some people. It's about like what you get. Points is a critical mass. Feel comfortable getting back. And yeah i think i think some of them were just doing the decision to say like you know either we pun on this now or we pun on it later and if we pun on it now we have more information about where to go with it. If we pun on it later we're kind of holding our cards still then I i don't know though. I still kinda see like for wonder woman in this. Is you know. maybe why don't work at a movie studio. Like i'm i'm happy releasing it on. Hbo max. because i wanna see it. I still don't see like i feel like if you held this feel still go see it right like give you this to september. Twenty twenty one. This is still major movie that people would be wanting to go back in and see. So there's there's other things at play that i'm probably not smart enough to figure out or just don't know but at the end of the day like we talked about last time just happy to get a new big big old big old movie. That's not long back on That can from my eyeballs. Yeah i think for us it's like it's bittersweet because we're consumers and we wanna see more content. We want more goddamn movies like we said thousand times over the last few weeks the same time. It's it bodes poorly for theaters which we love and wanna say so. It's it's it's tough to kind of reconcile those two desires. I guess but. I'm excited to see it regardless i mean that's a good christmas day gift and if a couple of other movies are releasing not couple of a lot of movies are releasing on christmas. This year Some excited to see it. You got a lot of content coming out in december. I think it's going to be good. I love the eighties vibe. I love the trailers for it. I accepted the exception of cheetah. But i think that's she's gonna look better once we see her in the actual movie. No no it's it's gonna be interesting to see how the every other studio kind of react to this now But it's good for each max and they're gonna drop the the the literal biggest blockbuster to be dropped during covert
Plane crashes into Montgomery County neighborhood north of Houston, killing 2
"Groman, five, A Cheetah aeroplane crashed in a vacant lot in Woodridge Village in Montgomery County. Yesterday near Highway 59 2. People on board were killed Our TV partner, Channel two spoke with a neighbor who heard the crash and ran out to see what happened. You couldn't even tell it was airplane. The debris was so horrific Mayor Mike Tyson there, says the town's upset about the crash and the people that died. Authorities say the plane was licensed to a pilot in Porter. Multiple agencies are investigating.
"cheetah" Discussed on Focus on Fabulous
"May we utilize more of our time in watching sunsets and less than watching television. May we swallow our pride and ask for help when needed and embrace those who silently cry out. May we truly grasp the value of a handshake the gift of a hug of gratitude of a smile. May we continue to extend gratefulness to our nurses medical emergency professionals. And not li site of our nathan respect for retail personnel commercial truckers. I we scheduled time regularly to reach out to our family remembering a blessing. They are and not take for granted their presence in our lives. May we continue to recognize our neighbors. Teachers service workers throughout our communities. May the voices of churches sing outside their four walls and shine and actions in dean's maybe not take for granted but a sink full of dirty dishes evidence of a well dressed table and most importantly may we not forget like childbirth the pain and anguish. We've endured to wreak this beautiful new life in which we are embarking. May we accept the lessons. In challenges of the situation and create our own normal and pray without ceasing love without judgment and truly recognized the daily abundant some blessings that we may so easily overlooked. Shechem may the connections with may be sincere and forthright a we support each other in creative genuine ways and may our businesses grow richly because we are building genuine. Authentic open relationships provide trust as the source for the need. So as you began to open up yourself to the world again and discover if you are a cheetah or snail remember you can be either. What.
"cheetah" Discussed on Focus on Fabulous
"But when it comes to my personal life i tend to be more protective. Calmer at peace. It is during my quiet home time. But i feel more likened to a snail so even though i utilize my corentin time productively and seized every moment in my days only venturing out one day a week for just a few hours. I stay protected guarded and distant and those are foreign concepts for me but i felt comforted and safe so as i again. This new birth to the outside world Former regular routine schedule. I asked myself those personally and professionally am i cheetah or snail. Which do i wanna be which joy prefer well. The undeniable answer is both and to me both are acceptable to be a cheetah fast determined. Ready to conquer.
"cheetah" Discussed on Focus on Fabulous
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"cheetah" Discussed on Kingdom Radio
"No I think that this guy needs to be gone and they need to set a tone or they need to put the next contract with the players union to have this available to them for the League but it has to be a matter of okay. This is your final Straw you have X. Y. Z. opportunities to make this to make this change in how you play you haven't met that and you are no longer welcome here go playing the XFL it's just a matter of time it's just a matter of time so look we're going to move on here the giants beat the Redskins at home case keenum was benched in favor of Rookie Dwayne Haskins and to make a long story short about this game Dwayne Haskins pretty much ran around like a chicken his head cut off the entire game the chargers beat the offense thirty to ten the browns ran over the Ravens in Baltimore Forty two twenty five rounds running back Nick Chubb Russ for sixty four yards and three touchdowns that was kind of scary but you know something to think about here and she kingdom We play Baltimore which a tough game obviously they're a good team but they just lost the browns so we can't pass the browns the panthers on the road and defeated Houston Texans Sixteen to ten the buccaneers and the rams had a shootout on Sunday but the bucks one on the road fifty five to forty Bucks quarterback Jameis Winston threw for three hundred eighty five yards four touchdowns and one interception and found Chris Godwin for twelve receptions hundred seventy yards and two of his four touchdowns the Seahawks beat the cardinals twenty seven to ten on a side note the cardinals owner passed away today I'm not sure what his name is I didn't do my diligent research on this subject but when the cardinals came up I did remember a story job today so Hey My condolences are to the cardinals and their fans and the family members so the bears won against the Vikings home former Missouri tire quarterback chase Daniel's filled in for an injured trubisky and led the browns the bears to a sixteen to six win look always liked chase Daniel I don't know about you Chris what did you think of Chase Daniel looks fantastic you really got that bears offense moving in a way that trubisky has been able to yet this year and I mean you look at what she's Daniel did win he was with the cheese you know he was very competent quarterback when he was with us good backup and I think he's GonNa end up putting together a couple of games until trubisky comes back and unfortunately just because of the position that trubisky's in his position back but I think when we look at the production between the the two quarterbacks Daniels definitely GonNa have the much bigger output really touchy yeah and and Hey it's one of those things that chase Daniel really hasn't got the respect that he deserved I think he could be a starting quarterback in the league somewhere somebody would just give them a shot and this might be the shot for him I'm not really sure how long trubisky not going to last but it would sure be nice to see chase get his chance starting quarterback position looking at looking into that and the coach nate he was saying that trubisky is going to travel to London with the bears but Daniel is for sure GonNa be the starter but that's not to say that trubisky might not be available to the bears I think that they're position where we're GonNa let just let him sit and see what you can get out of Daniel Daniel can actually put together or bring this offense together Dan get them performance everybody expected them to the off season and there's a chance that trubisky could potentially be cocoa injured for a few more recent that was truly expected that might not be a bad thing for Chicago the Jags came back to beat the broncos in Denver Twenty it's a twenty four we obviously loved to to to hear that and so there was a knock knock joke that I saw online I posted anyways we're about to knock knock joke all right Chris I knock not ours that Owen Owen four Denver it goes so that's my knock knock joke for the day Denver broncos Oh and four at the bottom of the AFC west where they deserve to be so the saints handed the cowboys their first loss of the season at home in the Mercedes Benz Superdome Saints Defense held the boys down acton throw touchdown Zeke only managed thirty five yards on his eighteen carries which I'm sure killed a lot of fantasy football rosters this past weekend the dealers beat the Bengals at home on Monday night twenty seven to three it was I can't lie was nice to see the steelers finally get on get a win on the board there's that one in three again the Bengals Owen four I believe this is the ten th time in their history they've started Owen for and they've done it at least four or five times since the mid nineties so it's nothing new there for the Bengals so hey round the NFL segment and we're going to go ahead and move on this is the pass brought to you by Shawn Keogh.
"cheetah" Discussed on Kingdom Radio
"The best medical staffs in the NFL sure that doesn't come to any surprise anybody given our franchise and what's been going on but yeah we were in a good position right now we don't really need them to come back either them before they're ready and so like you said let's make it progressive bring them back in you know build them back up and you know let them be cheater let him take off so but that being said hey we're going to move on to our first statement here tonight this is around the NFL brought to you by pizza shop Platte city go grab yourself a butcherblock best meat lovers in Kansas City pizza shop Platte city proud sponsor Sir of Kingdom radio all right this is around the NFL brought to you by plasticity pizza shop go in there grab yourself butcherblock does meat lovers Kansas City okay so let's take off here on the around the NFL Eagles defeated the packers on the road thirty thirty four to twenty seven larger Super Devante Adams had a monster game hauling in ten receptions for one hundred eighty yards the left the game with a toe injury and wasn't all the field when Rodgers threw the game any interception on the packers final drive the titans defeated the Falcons on Sunday twenty four to ten Mariota showing a big with three first half touchdowns Chris go ahead and tell us about this patriots game let's go in depth here because this was more of a match up than anybody anticipated and I think the bill showed the Patriots something here last Sunday going into this game the bills and the Patriots were both going into it undefeated coming in three and the Patriots face toughest opponent of the season when they the bills in buffalo and it was a close real close to the end of as the buffalo bills quarterback Josh was forced to leave the game due to a shots at the head of the peaches held onto sixteen to ten win the Boho Steve was very surprising in this game you able to hold the patient's only sixteen points as well as Tom Brady who I think just about everybody in their mother would agree that he's the whole time at the moment to a ten point three QBR and a forty five point nine rating he threw eighteen completions out of thirty nine attempts which is less than fifty percent for a hundred and fifty yards a three point eight yards per attempt average no touchdowns and an interception wow that sounds like he had one of the worst games in his career well absolutely and when you compare that to Mahomes as so bad game against a good defense mojos through for over fifty percent completion rate he he had no doubts perceptions and for over three hundred yards on a bad day and see and that's the that's the thing to mahomes throws for three hundred yards on a bad day and it sounds like this patriots game possibly was one of the worst games that Tom Brady is ever been a part of it's nice to see him held in check at times absolutely and those things also look at his okay so you think that having throw from hundred and fifty yards earth the Russian game must've been off the chain the leading rusher for the Patriots Sunny Michelle only had sixty three yards you all told of all the running game together the only has seventy four yards renting and so this is truly was a defense of land a match between the two yes obviously sounds like that you know that's a that's a head knocker holding Brady to those type of numbers in my be a different scenario here down the road yeah the only reason why these won the game is because Josh Allen in throw in three or sections g three hundred and fifty three yards only thirteen completions but he Matt Castle overs our pin numbers the yet tyler the ten year right about that all right so let's talk about the raiders a little bit because the raiders beat the colts on the road thirty one to twenty four I think that big take out of this game mm-hmm and I personally think that sitting the entire season out as an enough for volunteers perfect but he got suspended again for another unsportsmanlike.