22 Burst results for "Chevalier"
"chevalier" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Thing to stop the Chicago fire. Which was they thought. You know sometimes. In a wildfire happens the firemen and they start a fire and back burn so that when the wildfire hits there's nothing to burn and it just goes out. They thought they were going to do that in Chicago by blowing up building so they went into just started blowing shit up. It'd be like okay. This can't catch on fire. We'll of course then it's rubble and then all the woods exposed and it was like tinder. It just created set. It was like pre setting your campfire logs up and a little triangle and it was it of course did not work at all. It made it worse and there was. They used gunpowder. So there's there's a stiff wind and fire storm and then you know what we're gonNA blow gun powder into the guys five six seven eight holy crap. Yeah so daryl comes back to Boston. He makes a report about everything that he learned about the Chicago Fire. He puts pressure to get a new firehouse built in the new downtown area. That was that was one that was just being built and getting popular and to make more water available down there and he also tried to get a building code instated to stop those mansard roofs from being used on new buildings like us. Don't need it it's not. It doesn't even look that good also. Let's not blow up buildings Deanna case of a fire in the future and he is told. Look I wrote it right there to mind his own business and to stop exaggerating the needs of his department. You're being hysterical. So so in October of Eighteen. Seventy two there were. This is also one of those things where the combination of all these horrible things that happened. There's a horse flu. That comes down through New England from Canada and all these cooking horses get super sick. Debilitates the entire fire departments horses. They're specially trained and extremely strong horses that can pull those insanely heavy steam engines that they pull from fire to fire while those horses are like. Oh you get word. Che's you so Darryl when that starts he's like fuck. No okay we have to fire. I mean higher five hundred extra men. 'cause we got to go back to the days of pulling our own steam engines around because we don't have any who is all. The horses are up in bed. They got better. They got better by the way at first. I thought they all died. And I'm like now I have to fuck until everybody. All the horses died. That's not going to go over well. But they didn't oh good. They got better after when no one needed them. Okay so on November Ninth. Eighteen seventy two seven. Pm We're on the corner of Kingston and Summer Street and it is a building. It's a it's a commercial storehouse so There's a book called the story of the Great Boston. Fire by a man named Charles Coffin and it was written. He was actually a witness. He was there that day and he describes the contents of the building. He says there's bales of Hay and boxes of dry goods in the basement and on the first floor. Now Yeah is second and third floor are stores of paper and Muslin Cheese verster anniversary. That's what the story was the name of the store paper and matches and such On the third and fourth sorry on the fourth and fifth a room full of hosiery gloves tape Muslin thread and trimmings shreds of materials for making skirts and corsets so he quotas tinder above tinder below. Which is what everyone's GonNa do tonight after the show seem although fuck us so it truly is just like a fire waiting to happen. There's a spark in the basement at seven PM. The fire starts down there. It all goes bales a dry. You can find so the fire starts down there. No one notices because it's seven o'clock at night and it's the weekend and so it's going and it's raging out of control and the elevator shaft is made of wood so what they also don't know as as that fire starts going it also goes up straight up the center of the building simultaneous. It's like we can do it so the only time anyone notices this fire is in the basement building is when all of the windows of the basement blowout they and that's when people are like what's this we see hear and smell and so people start running up and down the street yelling fire now at the time. They did have fire boxes on the street. There's a lot of people don't know about this. And because my dad is was a San Francisco firemen for about forty years. That's right he's an American hero. He I've known about this since I was a but you don't really notice them until you start looking for them. There are little. They're like free standing little boxes on the street. They kind of blend in with like a lamppost or whatever but they just say fire on them and you can walk up an open and pull it in a fire truck will come to that Bach. They should tell us about those. I feel I feel like they don't want people pulling a box. But what if there's a way and I don't know those exists and I can't get my phone calls. I can't get my phone to recognize my face. Turn on an ambulance. It's me this mask on you. Can't you just refuse to take your mouse go. They'll do me like my dad would tell me or I would tell him. Stories like my friends got stuck in and they were in this neighborhood and they didn't pull a box. That was my dad's solution everything. That'd be a fire truck there in two minutes a little. Now I know and now. We're all going to pull on box if you need to while. We're waiting for to tell them. Tell them Jimmy told you to do it and then I'll give you a phone number later box little box gym. But he's also say that too and like he he would hear stories of people getting lost in bad neighborhoods or whatever job. You gotTa pull a box. I'm doing it do it But then you do have to deal with the firemen who show up and you're just standing there with a smile run trick. That's the one part you didn't think of this is not for prank. Also of course. Please clean your lent traps if you don't know already we're coming up into the holiday season water that motherfucking Christmas tree and do not leave the lights on at night. No needs to look at that Shit. They're sleeping people who leave their lights on all night there. Are there late slates? No no no the Christmas lights on the Christmas tree that light the Christmas tree on fire that then light the curtains on fire. And then your house is on fire. A solution be Jewish. Jewish speed. You won't you please be Jewish this Christmas season. Think of others so fish Christian assholes no we let the minority burnout. Oh yeah you guys like to put actual flame right near front window? Real puck in play. You're only use them. Why it's okay so it's seven o'clock when this fire starts in the basement tech great. Oh that's what I was talking about so back then. Only cops could pull a box. My favorite phrase. Now there is a lie they had to have a little key so the beat cop that had the key to that fire box had already passed and was out of the like out of earshot. I guess so everybody's running up and down the street screaming fire but that doesn't matter until somebody actually pulls the alarm so it takes about forty five minutes for the fire departments to actually get there. That's too long because once they get the alarm. It's way too long. Once they get the alarm they have to start pulling their steam engines themselves. Remember the horse. horses are in bed with thermometers in their mouths with the thing on their bullhead horseheads just watching soap operas so it was but of course. Daniel had had hired all those extra dudes so at least they had people also Coffin the man who wrote that book said also little boys would run in and help them and pull this team here to me. You know all the eight year olds can come in and try to do. Something probably had jobs. Yes they're really. They threw down their cigars. Ran Over. Thank.
"chevalier" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Just airdrop it to me. So then on September thirteenth police get information about a dude and along with that dude photo and they're like Oh shit. This guy looks just like the composite sketch. His name is James Cater. He is a thirty two year old. Dude he's a donut maker from Brockton Massachusetts. I know you don't want to cheer now because I just ruined it for you but I'm also donuts. So this fucking absolute piece of Shit. He had ones attacked a sixty three year. Old Woman while she was at a cemetery at her fucking dead husband's grave morning. Come out with a chair leg. But she escaped the phone just the leg or a whole charity only beater with the leg. Joan. I don't know okay so I pictured breaking that would make more sense and then but how far did he moved with the chair? Paul I WANNA know. Yeah not important then. This is important a decade before Mary Lou. Abduction in nineteen sixty eight cater had pled guilty to assault with intent to rape assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and kidnapping when he had abducted a thirteen year. Old Andover girl who had run off the road while she was on her bicycle after and then he forced her into his car drove about thirty minutes out of town into a wooded area he heat she had fought him off and run but he caught up with her and then he had tighter to a tree where he had strangled her until she lost consciousness but when she woke up he was gone and she got free and escaped he. Yeah he had served a prison sentence for this. He pled guilty fucking totally did that. He he served a prison tensions but was of course. I don't know how long he served wait. I could probably put math in my brain do it. Just we'll give you thirty seconds for a quick man. I need six years. He's ever to prison sentence but was released. Four years of ahead of schedule. So you got. Here's the thing when prisons are full. Get those people who attacked children out. I yeah that's important. There's so many people who had a miniscule amount of pot on them just need lease Kiem in Miami caller please but yeah white white dudes that fucking tried to rape children right. That's so none of that should have been sarcastic. Sorry the bar okay. So he so. He was released ahead of schedule. It's terrible and and in nineteen seventy six. He started hanging around the bridgewater area because he was going to therapy where the hospital is. Yeah it's the director of the bridge muscle. Everybody great we love your facility here. Great really creepy stories coming out of their income. Which I guess is near this place so two years fucking later. Mary Lou Disappears well riding her bike home. Yeah guess that motherfucking therapy didn't work the day after Mary Lou disappeared. This fucking dude. James Cater had gotten married to an eighteen year old. So he was. I know he was thirty two. He married an eighteen year old and I had to check if either she was an an Avon lady or from a place called Avon Massachusetts. You guys have a place called. Avon to do you know that I didn't that. Were they. Invented all the wonderful products. No no I'm not going to get that I'm not gonNA be like from Avon and it's a place it's a blade also just the idea that eighteen year old. Avon lady where she's like. Ganesh it doing it so the day after Mary Lou. The pair and they had gotten they got married then. They left the country on a honeymoon a week later when he returned on September nineteenth. Guess someone was like the police. Totally think it's you. You should go talk to them because he went into the police station with his new eighteen year old. Avon wife and his lawyer and when he walked in to the police station he looks so similar to the composite. Sketch that one of the officers chief Lou. Pachinko said you're not going to believe this but arc posits are composite just walked into the station. Oh Shit like everybody. The guys here is gear. He gave so cater gave permission for police to search his car within a car he had a bright green. Nineteen seventy six Opel with a black racing. Stripe actually have a photo of the car. I think somewhere we can take a look at it. That's Mary Lou. I know that's the car it even says Opel on the side of it. Wow I mean I hate his guts. That's a sweet car. I was gets not the cars fault. No so but bright green with black is a little Frankenstein for me. Maybe all nice rest orange I K. I'm we'll talk about it later. Sorry we'll talk about later. Your Business Thank you. That's awesome. Thank you Steven to as well. The right front tire had excessive wear just like in the photos of the car that tire at the scene inside the car. They found wedding gifts but also two cartons of cigarettes. Hey guess what kind. And two pairs of dark rimmed glasses in the glove compartment. He went there with everything that they knew about him. Yeah Jesus craze in the trunk. They also found the boss of copies of the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. Newspapers both open to articles about the disappearance of Mary. Lou just confess yeah. Yeah it's like. He was basically confessing with things opposed to words. I mean this dude. And you'll see he's truly the biggest shift in the fucking world also is alibi for the day was total bullshit of course but he denies any involvement and he but okay. You can turn that off. Thank you WanNa see a picture of him. Yes he sucks. We have a photo of him in. My mind was picturing more of Jim. Croce type which I know is a deep cut down on who that is. Geez up arena. It's a seven these thing you understand. That looks like Paul Sorvino at a bad wig. Still don't know yeah come on near. Servino yes really. Yeah Oh yeah. He was actually one of the original detectives on the first law and orders like the first couple of seasons on order all right way back when cut rate Cairns new podcast. Thank you where I just list names of people. No one knows. We'll call it the loneliest girl in the world. Okay thank you can take that down. Because he's all right so sadly than sorry that fucking guy had an eighteen year old wife out a hate things I do to. This is the Bug Assets. Basically called him. You know very sadly nine weeks after abduction on November Eleventh Nineteen Seventy Mary. Lou's body was discovered in the Freetown. Freetown Fall River state forest frighten fall. Her body was discovered by a couple boys who are out fucking dirt bike racing. I know in the probably never went dirt bike racing again. She was fully clothed and had been tied to a tree while standing up. That's right exactly the way. He has other victim. And the cause of death was ruled by the medical examiner's strangulation by Ligature Or positional expiation. Meaning that he had tied her to a tree including her neck and when she had passed out she had choked to death because of the weight. It's fucking awful. So and it was determined that she had died the same day. She went missing at the trial. The fuckers arrested and taken to trial at the trial. James Cater testifies on his own behalf. He acknowledges his guilt in the incident of nineteen sixty eight. That is call us one. He stated he was rebuilding his life since the released from prison in January. Nineteen seventy six so it wasn't him and FBI expert William of Baden. Who would later testify about the shoeprint at o? J. Simpson's trial a wo was an expert witness about tire tracks. Found on Dean Street in Raynham in this trial. There's like all these expert witnesses and all the like all these fucking people come in. And it's just insane on in in June of Nineteen seventy-nine Jane's caters convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole but wait a Supreme Court Judicial Court overturned that conviction in nineteen seventy nine and the following one. They also fucking overturned in. Nineteen eighty-five has other first degree conviction. Because testimony so they fucking gotten all this I witness testimony saying that they had seen.
"chevalier" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"Fucking night three night. Two shows three little insane. I'm absolutely over the edge for sure we done five nights in a row that right. It's been a crazy week. My dress smells so bad. I can't even if it smells were colors. I would look like pig pen right now for sure. It's one of those photos. Serious stink. Ice Jinx Chink undergarments are begging for. Mercy. Here's the thing. If you WANNA start like a side business figure out a way to make spanks deodorized in some because US ladies on the road and we know there's a lot of out there you can just wash your shit all the time. Oh Am I personally think watching something in a hotel sink grocer than just wearing it? Five days in a row. Hard to tell I you know I didn't tell you this but we got we. We got hotel rooms that had like separate bathtubs which is like the only way. I'll take a bath tub shower. Just rinsing PEOP- other people's bodies and do it which now I've learned the bathtub is the same fucking thing because when I got out of the first night we didn't think about it. I know you don't need to explain. Came out with someone else's body glitter all over my body where swear someone went to a fucking raver. Something that remain or she played that one part and that one moves Louis Sparkle blue sparkle came out and I was like I didn't put anything sparkling in the bath time loan. That's hilarious ever again. Would if someone got a hotel room just so they could still about double sparkles and get get into it then. I want to be their best friend. Right won't let me be myself go into New York. City non ass- bathtub experience. That's really funny the up until that point. You thought that the bathtubs were very sterile. I know sterile environment. No I know I feel foolish would look listen. This is how we learn grown. That's right slogan number one. Keep your eye peeled for all the other ones. If we're doling out advice to traveling women May I send we are and we always are? That's the point of this show. I would suggest having a hardcore homework podcast so that you don't have time to get drugs and alcohol while you're on the road because you're sitting in your hotel and working on a story that you've changed. I in an hour poor student pictures these simply because he can't leave his he can't deal. You can't work with US ON THE ROAD. We're insane literally every five minutes nevermind. I can't do that fucking horrible. Can I do this one and said I had to check with him to make sure the other one's not doing it? Wait for the okay. You get the okay and then you change your mind immediately. Yeah just keep asking and asking. Yes poor poor Stephen. He likes cats and he likes Georgia's cats and that's about it. You know sometimes I really love looking at crime scene photos and Karen doesn't and some people doing some people don't he just has to look at photos for us to pull for the live shows. It's very sad. It's so sad just you just realize bathtubs dirty. I just realized how sad life is for Stephen Shoe bad. We don't pay him. It's all volunteer. He's like our intern. That's not true just like how people who say to me like. It's so nice that you help them out on the road I can pay fog. Us him husband. Do this thing for us to hire you. Because we're going to ask a lot of us and we don't feel bad about it. We'll pay you more than average so that you way more than expected. But we're having a great. This is not complaining. No seems important to say. I wonder if I should tell my story last night. I let's take a look at some outfits because we didn't do this last night. And it was absolutely heartbreaking when we realized it afterward I think the only important thing I have address on their shoes. Everyone knows by now. Let's talk about your dress. Well okay thank you thank you. Don't you don't have to thank you so much..
Ann Beattie Reads Mavis Gallant
"Hi Anne Hi Deborah so you mentioned for me that you read the story for the first time last summer how did you come across it then. I'm Visiting writer at the University of Virginia this fall and I have to give to public talks and I was pulling books off of my shelf just looking for different examples. Awesome things that I wanted to mention in those talks and I pulled down the best American short stories of the eighties which was edited by Shannon. Ravenhill and I thought. Oh if I've never heard of this Mavis askelon story. It just blew me away. I mean I just loved it I WANNA do nothing. But think about this Mavis gallant store. What was it about the story that surprised you well? I could answer that in a lot of ways. I think but the way that she moves through time you know. I think I think that the liberty she takes with those leaps and it's happening all over the place I mean she. She works like a dragonfly or something. She's really amazing. uh-huh had you been a fan of Mavis glance work before that I am but you know I don't know it anywhere near as well as I should I find such immediacy. See in her writing that I always like it. I don't know why I love this quite as much as I love it. I really found this an incredibly startling story the visuals I think part rid of it. The the imagery of it. Yeah the imagery of it It's it's set Or as written unpublished more than thirty years ago. I think on the eve. Steve of the nineteen ninety-one French presidential elections. Does it feel to you so it belongs to a different era or does it feel completely undated. I did I noticed the politics of it. You know but it. I didn't know that I didn't know what you just told me. And I think that's very interesting but it didn't really seem to be an an enormous factor except to make this very believable in terms of the kind of conversation that was held. And you know the way galant tells you people's opinions the we'll we'll talk some more after the story and now here's an beady Reading Day Day by Mavis Gallant Day. Pascal Breuer a is fourteen now he used to attend a lycee but after his parents found out about the dealers in the street outside the gates they changed to a private school here. The situation is about the same but he hasn't said so he does not want to be removed again. This time perhaps perhaps to a boarding establishment away from Paris with nothing decent to eat and lights out at ten. He would not describe himself as contriving or secretive. He tries to avoid drawing attention to the responsibility clause in the treaty that governs peace between generations like his father the magistrate he will offer neutrality before launching into descend. I'm ready to admit he will begin or I don't want to take over the whole conversation. Sometimes the sentence comes to nothing like his father. He lets his eyelids. Droop tries to speak it lightly and slowly. The magistrate is famous for fading out of discussion by slow degrees at one time he was said to be the youngest magistrate. It ever to fall asleep in court. He would black out when he thought he wasn't needed and snap to justice. The case turned around. Apparently he never missed S. churning. He has described his own mind to Pascal. It is like a superlatively smooth car with an invisible driver in control. All the driver is the magistrates unconscious. Will to Paschal a mind is a door ajar or shut. His grades. Rates are good but this side of brilliant. He has a natural gift a precise perfectly etched. Memory how will he use it. He thinks think cicadas easily. Become an actor as a lawyer when he tells his parents so they seem not to mind he could turn into an actor manager with the private the theater of his own or the director of one of the great national theaters. Commissioning new work refurbishing the classics settling questions at issue. With a word or two. The brewers are tolerant parents. Ready for anything. They met for the first time in May of nineteen sixty sixty eight a few yards away from a barricade of burning cars. She had a stone in her hand when she saw him looking at her. She put it down on. They walked up the boulevard. Sam Michel together and he told her his plan for reforming the judiciary. He was a bit older about twenty six six answering his question. She said she was from all sauce. He reminded her how the poet Paul Awad had picked up his future. Wife David the street on a rainy evening. She was from all sauce to and starving and in a desperate muddled amateurish way pretending to be a prostitute. Well this was not quite the same story in nineteen sixty eight. The Future Madam. blu-ray was studying to be an analyst analysts handwriting with employment to follow so she had been promised in the personnel section of a large department store. In the meantime she was staying with the Protestant reformed church pastor and his family in rufous. Still Do Kuan Sh. She had been on her way home to dinner when she stopped up to pick up the stone she had a mother in all sauce and a little brother on me day day day Sylvia and I have known both with sides of the barricades. The magistrate likes to say now what he means is that they cannot be crowded into a political corner. The stone own in the hand has made a rebel. At least in his recollections. She never look at a newspaper because of her reputation for being against absolutely everything so he says but perhaps it isn't exact. She looks at the pages mart culture to see what is on the galleries. He reads three morning papers tapers at breakfast and if he has time lest evenings lemonde reading he narrows his eyes sometimes he looks as though everything he thinks and believes had been translated into a foreign language and suddenly back again when Pascal was about nine his father said what do you suppose you will do one day. They were at breakfast. Pascal's Uncle Day. was there like everyone else. What's Pascal called Him Day Day? Pascal looked across at him and said I want to be a bachelor like day day. His mother moaned. Oh no and covered overturn face. The magistrate waited until she had recovered before speaking. She looked up smiling. Bit embarrassed then he explained and slowly and carefully. The day was too young to be considered a bachelor. He was a student a youth a student a student. He repeated thinking perhaps that if he kept saying it day would study hard. Data had a button of knows that looked ridiculous on someone so tall will and a massive curly fair hair because of the hair the magistrate could not take him seriously his private name for day was Harpo Harpo that period of POSCO's life nine rounding ten was also the autumn before an important election year. The elections were five months off but already people argued over dinner and Sunday lunch one Sunday in October. The table was attacked by wasps drawn in from the garden. Pardon by a dish of sliced Mellon the last of the season particularly fragrant and sweet. The French doors to the garden stood open sunlight. Sunlight entered and struck through the wine decanters and dissolved in the wax tabletop in Pale red and gold from his place. Plus call call could see the enclosed garden the apartment blocks behind it a golden poplar tree and the wicker chairs where the guests earlier are had sat with their drinks. There were two couples the Trabant US older than Pascal's parents and the Chevalier cliches. Who who had not been married long madam? Chevalier Crochet attended an art history. Course with pus calls mother on Thursday afternoons. They had never been here before and were astonished to discover a secret garden in Paris with chairs grass. A Garden Ray. A tree just as their expression of amazement was starting to run thin and patches of silence appeared Abelardo newly come from Kadi's appeared at the the door and called them to lunch. She said it's ready though. That was not what am brew a had asked her to say at least not that way. The guests got up without haste. They were probably as hungry as Pasquale but didn't want to show ebbelaar went on standing staring at the top. Most leaves of the poplar trying to remember what she ought to have said a few minutes later just as they were starting to eat their Mellon. wasps came thudding outing against the table like pebbles thrown the adults froze as though someone had drawn a gun posco news. That sitting still was a good way. Eighty stung if you wave. Your napkin shouted orders. The Wasp might fly away but he was not expected to give instructions. He was is here with adults to discover how conversation is put together how to sound interesting without being forward amusing without seeming. Familiar failure at that moment day didn't unprecedented and courageous thing. He picked up the platter of Melon Crawling with wasps and took it outside. Aside as far as the foot of the tray and came back to applause at least his sister clapped and young Madam. Chevalier Crochet Cried Bravo although Bravo. Day smiled but then he was always smiling. His sister wish he wouldn't. The smile gave his brother-in-law another the reason for calling him Harpo sitting down he seemed to become entwined with this chair. He was too tall ever to be comfortable. He needed larger chairs tables that were both higher and wider so that he would not bump his knees or put his feet on the shoes of the lady sitting opposite Pascal. Father Father just said so no Marm Ellen. It was something he particularly liked and there might be none now until that summer. If data had asked his opinion instead of jumping up so impulsively he might of said. Just leave it and take a chance on getting stung. Well no more for anyone. The guests sat a little straighter waiting for the next course beef veal or mutton or the possibility of Duck Pascal's mother asked him to shut the French doors. He did not expect another wasp invasion. But there might be strays madam. Chevalier Crochet roce remarked. That Moscow was tall for his age then asked what his age was. He is almost ten said Madam brew a looking at her son was some. I'm wonder I can hardly believe it. I don't understand time Madam. Turbo said she did not have to consult a watch to know the exact time. It must be quarter to two now if it was her daughter. Brigitte had just landed in Salonika whenever her daughter boarded a plane. Madame tour ban a- accompanied her in her. Mind Minute by minute thessalonica Monsieur. Turban explained the Chevalier Crochet had spent honeymoon in Sicily. If they had it to do over again they said they would change their mind. and go to Greece Madame. Roue said they would find it very different from
Analogue Pocket Portable Gaming Handheld Announced
"Analog pocket very cool hint held a new device that plays all game boy games and plus there's an adapted to play other classic handle games from game gear links neo Geo pocket color it's from the guys that brought you the into the superintendent the Mega S G S G think so so these guys make fantastic re-creations of classic consoles that don't use emulate Asian that means it's not like a retro by you have to actually supply your own cartridges but it's the best way to play classic game these today without Emulation basically thinks it's a super nintendo when it's when it's built the right so dumb doesn't no definitely not using any any kind of but they also like hook up really easily two TV's awesome excited this has that cradle because it has a doc doc just like a a switch and it's just like plug and play Your Game Boy Games on TV One of my questions this which is the whole point of the analog is that it's hard to hook up these consoles to modern televisions whereas the analog has hdmi out like remove those barriers but with a handheld did you don't have the like like why should I buy this instead of just buying like a gameboy advance S. P. to play at Jesus still have a thing with screens that plays your old yeah and also as a super resolution like and by the way I'm honestly asking what now it has incredibly high resolution screen so it's a nice screen oh it's amazing surprised that I mean the best screen of any handle device ever switch what about the ipad no what about what about the IPAD but like a dedicated gaming vice yeah it is better than the switch I think and it also plays Not Just not just game boy advance games play when you're in the game added you can feel it is it is a screen backlit yeah it's an it's a steady stream that's an upgrade from gameboy right but there's plenty of things at play Gameboy with Nice backwards screens so you're right that you know you might not need this if you have a really nice game boy ds light just like there's a lot of this and a lot of people there are probably GonNa Massa Atari Lynx Games I do want one like I'm not trying to be critical of it like I have a massive pile of Gameboy and gameboy color NBA cards and the Gameboy advance in my house somewhere but I haven't seen one in year so gameboy advance library is like it's important untapped like raising libraries of all time it's it's it's super nintendo quality at a bigger library yeah by threefold advance this love Chevalier on there you know you probably don't want did you don't WanNa play ninety percent of those game what about X. versus ever Yeah probably not that one I think we get that for twenty questions sometimes anyway I think very cool it's coming next year two hundred dollars some people are balking at that price some people are balking at that price does it come with the adapters I think I'm not sure if it comes with the adapters and it does not come with the duck the DOC is sold separately right your parents help you hook it up I think it looks really cool I like the I liked the same way Oh crap what's the name of the thing but the crank play play lady I probably up to yeah it's got a similar vibe to in it just feels this is very unscientific but just I'm drawn to the industrial design of it that very intangible beautiful yeah yeah even the DOC is beautiful like the setup event The libraries of games available for these systems is like the the shovellers cheaper them but like the games that are good are really expensive they're not they're not five dollar games anymore twenty dollar games or more than that that's unfortunate but they're really good games there it's also very easy to emulate those on many other things that have great screen so I don't know how this will do but it's four specific audience like the other analog things and for me I love having Super Nintendo and Nintendo hooked up to my TV anytime I don't have a bunch of those and my new systems and I think this would fit really nicely between now
"chevalier" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Serve volley a. why did he say it that way. monkey business come back to that the second. Maurice chevalier. Sammy fain you brought a new kind of love to be in its original form and then as reimagined by of Errol garner a new kind of love was the film that he scored full orchestra. nice record nice of it to come out again. monkey business. I'm happy that the first Marx Brothers movie I saw was a little kid was monkey business is a certain momentum and anarchy monkey business. animal crackers and coconuts are too stilted. they were great shows but not great movies of those shows. a night at the opera frankly doesn't work on television. and I would eventually go to the revival houses and see them on the big screen but usually you find these things through TV. doesn't work unless there's an audience because they timed the gags and accounted for laughs. and it just seems off. unless you're laughing out loud so much. but you don't notice the gaps. duck soup would have been a good point of departure is well I guess I'd say duck soup monkey businesses here your entry level your gateway drug when it comes to the Marx Brothers. of course the famous bit of business in in monkey business involving. the passports the chevalier record. I can't get into anymore you'll see that on your own if it's new to you and you'll have one of those aha moments somewhere out in this vast wide world someone today is going to see a Marx Brothers movie for the first time more here Marie should values voice for the first time. or a visit with the great American song writer on this radio station Jimmy Webb three o'clock this afternoon. is Barbra Streisand the song book on W. NYC..
"chevalier" Discussed on KCRW
"Music for Maurice chevalier and a track from the nineteen thirty two movie musical by the name of one hour with you and a track entitled what would you do that was a film that I watched fairly recently sort of exploring some movie musicals of yester year in sort of comparing them with kind of the new school of movie musicals sort of a different beast relate but I've always been sort of a fan of Marie chevalier and his debonair style back there in the thirties music before that from asteroids galaxy tour from their two thousand fourteen album bring us together we hear the title cut to that particular album Q. feel before that a self titled release of theirs and big new wave classic from nineteen eighty two entitled dancing in heaven in parentheses orbital be bop and then we started the hour in the program off with music from Rufus featuring Chaka Khan from nineteen seventy four and the album Rufus sized the track is once you get started the first track from that album hi there folks my name's Eric J. Lawrence filling in FOR Valeo day here on this Monday evening Tuesday morning depending which direction you want to look at it coming up the program we've got a wide array of songs both new and old you may recall hearing me at different times here at the station most recently regular show that aired Sunday nights at midnight and although I've been away at graduate school and have been doing that show up on a regular basis I still around and sort of a pop in here and there although I must admit I'm a little bit behind on some of the newer releases so we'll be exploring together some of the great new records that have come out in the past six months or so because there's quite a few noteworthy wants to pay attention to while also have the new exclusive track from my forthcoming walk about cut compilation a servant gospel compilation of that they'll be releasing coming up in September so looking forward to sharing that and we will also be paying a little bit a tribute to the late guitarist and singer shall be Berto sort of one of the fathers of the bossa Nova sound who passed away over the weekend I think at the age of eighty eight if I recall and his influence was quite wide and and really kind of synonymous with the with the genre which is sort of a rare feat to be able to accomplish so we'll be hearing some bossanova tunes featuring music from a jogger Berkey gerbil tell as well as some song sort of peripherally related to him in some fashion however first a little bit of information for you right here on eighty nine point nine KCRW good.
"chevalier" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Pat, say Jag is now the chairman of a college in Michigan. He was made officially chairman of the board of trustees a Hillsdale College that's about one hundred miles west of Detroit. He's been on that board for more than a dozen years that college newspaper says Pat say Jack has a brilliant mind and a sound knowledge of the school say Jack says he wants to improve the school renovations academic standards and outreach as well. Across the school this new role by. By the way, will not be interfering with his television duties unreal fortune. WBZ traffic on the threes. Has you covered. We're not without delays here. The pike tough spots here. What are you doing everything grinds to a halt here on the expressway? Northbound back to one twenty but that didn't stop a couple of folks running into each other only traffic, and there is always busy. Boston's. Here. We are seven twenty three traffic and weather together. Starting with the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. How's it going David for the most part, it's going? Alright Tina there is a minor crash north of town. It's on route ninety five southbound it's at the end of the ramp to route one thirteen in newburyport, but the traffic is very light. So it's not really much of an issue in the rest of the ninety five is looking good from there to one twenty eight one twenty eight is no problems between Peabody and the pike route three's right on time in and out of New Hampshire. No problems on ninety three. It's moving well from thune Medford in four ninety five's a-ok from amesbury to end over route one looks good from Littleton to Maldon and beyond that heading into downtown. The Tobin bridge is clear from Chelsea to Charleston. No problems on the lower deck and the lever connector store jive. They're all in good shape in the airport tunnels are right on time. David straw, Felino. WBZ's traffic on the threes. Sounds good. And now the four day WBZ AccuWeather forecast with AccuWeather meteorologist. Ryan Thompson brought to you by angle bird Humperdinck at a chevalier theater. We're going to be closing.
Facebook Alumni Startup - Real-Time Data Analytics Platform
"Read how a company called in Toronto recently released a new version of its big data analytics platform for behavioral discovery and analysis and essentially in Toronto can analyze trillions of raw Tom savings data points in just one to two seconds. And there's no need to work with the data scientists to extract or transform that day. An ordinary business. Users can ask question after question getting answers about their customer behavior. But in real time, this is where things get interesting because the platform was built by co founder and CTO Bobby Johnson who also headed up development of analytics tool at Facebook, including scuba many, many moons ago, so book elope and hold on tight. So I can beam your ears all the way back to the US. So we can speak with CTO. Bobby Johnson who's going to tell us all about inter on an big reveal recently about the world's most advanced platform for behavioral discovery and analysis. So massive warm. Welcome to the show, Bobby Kennedy tell the list as a little more about who you are. And what you do. Yeah. Sure. So my background is a used to work at Facebook. I was the head of infrastructure there from a few million users up to a billion. So did a lot of work on scaling there. And then a few years ago left to start in Toronto, which his company I'm working on now where we do behavioral discovery. And analytics, and what we mean by that is sort of taking what we call vendetta. So this is you know, anything that happens by the time stamps, so this could be a click or a swipe on website. It could be called a call center. Could be a transaction often. It's a mix of those things, and we pull that all together. And we're able to let you look at how people are behaving or how devices are caving. That data so things like what people do before they turn where people getting stuck in this on boarding flow. So things that have to do sequences of advanced rebel pull in is data's often. Very large were able to pull it in to the vet at massive scale. And then make those kinds of really viable business questions accessible to everybody. Not just data scientists not just people code. There's a visual interface where you can go explore through and find out, you know, how people are interacting with your product or service. Wow. What a great history of Atlanta's. There's not many paper, I would imagine. But could say they've scaled full gold from sculling one million to a billion us as lot. So going to ask let me tell me more about you'll bike story foam leading the development of analytics tools Facebook, including scuba, of course, which is Facebook's internal data analysis platform to go onto you'll tell him out and Theron, and the kind of problems that you sat too so feel clients. Yes. So it was I mean, we obviously learned a lot about. Out just for the mechanics of how you deal with data at the scale. How you make it fast? How you how you make it manageable? But the other thing that was really interesting that we learned along the way was is seeing how people actually use this data to solve light rail business problems in the thing that was neat about Facebook. Is that we really did have almost everybody in the company was able to to use data base their decisions on that. And so we got to see over the years, you know, how you know, mapping. And so when you have a business question, it usually starts out pretty vague. There's this thing I don't understand. I wanna get this number to go up. Right. Understand why this isn't working as well as it should in. So getting to see how you know going from those kind of questions into this is a specific sad of analytic questions like NASCAR or get my answer. And so we had you know by the time face, but we had more than half, the employees were active users of of Anna. Politic's tools. We learned a lot about how you make those things accessible so people can start with their rod questions narrow down to finding an answer to something that they can actually do something about, you know, I have a problem in this particular stage of of this process, or, you know, this group of people is working. So I need to change something about how I now I, you know, either, you know, message that something on our product. So it was a lot of new Chevaliers sitting sitting with people who add real pressing questions figuring out how could make the tool actually serve them. Not in Toronto also recently released a new version of its big data analytics platform for behavioral discovery and analysis. So can you tell me more about how it can analyze trillions of rule toll? I'm saving day points. It just one to two seconds. And also how this actually no need to work with the dia- Santus to extract or Trump's full not data it. So the thing about event data behavior is this data is really big. And it's one of the things feel a lot of a lot. Big data is really time series data because you know, rather than having, you know, if you have ten million users on your app, ten million things isn't a big number. But if those people are clicking thousand times a day that ends up being a really big number in. So it's. You know, real important we're able to ingest that all events in the you across it. Because the other thing he find with behavior is that you don't know beforehand. What's going to be interesting to you can't just sort of say, oh, I'm going to summarize this, you know, if I can count, you know, how many times people clicked on mobile app, but that's not useful. What I want to know is that when they went through these three steps it turned
"chevalier" Discussed on Only A Game
"He graduated from the Royal Academy in seventeen sixty six and was made an officer in the court of king Louis the fifteenth. He was henceforth known as the chevalier the sawn, George. That title brought new connections and patronage which he used to pursue a career in music in seventeen sixty nine he began playing violin in the concert on mature. Despite what it's may might suggest the group was made up of the finest musicians from the region is playing must've been very very good. That's concert, violinist Jeanne, Lamon director Merita of tougher music a baroque orchestra based in Toronto. There's something about Bo technique and fencing that have something in common that he obviously had an amazing skill for by seventeen seventy three the chevalier was director of the concert mature Parisians flock to concert halls to hear the virtuoso soloist and the music he composed and those pieces that feature the violin. And the party wrote for the violin are very difficult. That's tough music orchestra and soloist Linda Mel Ston under the direction of genome. Plainly Chevaliers violin concerto in d major? Sometimes you find with composers who are also performers players that they write virtuosic things to show off. And that when they try to ride slow movements of music, there seems to be no depth. What I love about. San shores is music is that as difficult and virtuosic as his fast pieces are the slow ones are very very tender and intimate. There's a very touching sadness to the slow parts that I find show that there was some depth for this guy. He was marie-antoinette's music teacher for while. And then was fired from that job because they got too close. I'm using air quotes there. But the Queen of France remained a supporter, she attended. Les Chevaliers concerts, sometimes announced she accompanied him on piano at private performances in seventeen seventy six when the Paris opera needed a new director. She put his name forward to the king. Who was then Louis the sixteenth and the king wanted to please internet and the king was entirely in favour, but two singers a dancer from the para Sabra petitioned the Queen. They said they're honor. And the delicacy of their conscience would not permit them ever to be subjected to the orders of Eulogio rather than someone else. Get the job Louis. The sixteenth decided to give it to no one but music continued to be the center of Chevrolet's life over the next decade and a half. He commissioned six symphonies by Joseph. Haydn which he conducted himself. He wrote string quartets concertos symphonies and operas which were performed at Paris's Palais royale, he had money fame and social standing, but the coming French revolution would change everything for lots of his life. He was friends with the stock. And so we hear lots of his first parity to the monarchy and yet when it came down to it. He decided to side with the revolution. And come the revolution. Legion a black legion is organized, the chevalier lead eight hundred infantrymen and two hundred cavalry against France's enemies, it came to be known as the Letsion son, George he fought alongside General Thomas Alexandre Dumas, the father of the great novelist. Alexandre Dumas like less chevalier, the Duma's were black the Chevrolet educated too must father. He educated him in swordsmanship to Mavi younger must have learned about the fencing. Prowess of the chevalier from his father some believe that Thomas Alexsandr Duma was the inspiration for Porthos in the three musketeers and that Louis chevalier was the inspiration for the high spirited and politically connected Aramis when the French revolutionary war ended the chevalier was a hero. He and his legion had fought in defeated the Austrian army at Leela, but he was a hero only for a little while the French revolution descended into this power, Noida mess. You could be good revolution. We one day. And the next day you with the enemy of the people. And so let me like many other people who previously had been harassed evolution. He was denounced, and he was imprisoned for a year, and he's lucky to survive because many many people who were arrested just guillotine after his release chevalier was unable to restart his military and musical careers. No matter how successful he wasn't how intellectual he was. And how much of an accompanist spokesman. He was. There was always this chain of race dragging behind him. Pulling him back long before the revolution. George bologna to sound George had returned to Guatemala loop to oversee the plantation. He died there and.
"chevalier" Discussed on WTVN
"Good afternoon welcomed on target. We're broadcasting live from the studios of LAPD firearms rains and training facility. That's located at nine nine nine Bethel road. Just west of three fifteen. I'm Eric volunteer. My father, Phil, wow. Did you just come in from the chevalier Paul? Yeah. I'll tell you what I had to take a break because you're just so much snow out there, and I can only do so much. With my age and everything, and you know, those forecasters were right on target. Hopefully. Hopefully, it doesn't accumulate too much between now. And then when the show's done it, it's ridiculous. I mean, you can look at the weather chart the tower. I could get any snow people is Johnny there were no carts and grabbing stuff off the shelf, July. My wife went out last night. And she went to both giant eagle and Myers. And you said it was a zoo out there things were off the shelves. I did a screen shot of the weather report this week. It was early on in the week. This is local weather for us. Right. And they showed. They showed Columbus. Marion running counties surrounding cities Marianne forecast to get twenty three inches of snow today. When have we ever seen twenty three inches? I mean was that the whole season? Ahead. Even the whole season. I mean that was on the chart on TV twenty three inches. I mean, the blizzard of seventy eight. Crazy. I heard from from a reliable source that they're not calling it a forecast anymore. They're calling it. A now cast a. Okay..
"chevalier" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Again, Andrew off has some size at six one. He's a former third round pick the kings back in twenty eleven he played in forty five games last year recorded nine points. He's a guy that can be very physical. And he drops the gloves as well. Assisted on Boris could Szucs first-period goals. Well, now Louis demeaning had a really nice game last night in nets stopped thirty eight of national shots and made a number of really good saves in front you need. Good backup goaltending in this league to sustained success in the biggest done that since being a member of lading organization and lastly, Slater Kuku and mckell circuit chevalier combined plus nine Cucolo in particular is someone that wants to solidify himself as an NHL regular, and he certainly took a positive step in doing that last night's. It's an important one as he gets ready for the regular season. We're taking an inside look at tonight's game. Thanks to the Tampa Bay times. Get more than the score from the Tampa Bay times in prince and online. Make sure you subscribed today at Tampa Bay dot com. This will be a good test tonight for the lighting as we are two seasons to move from a Stanley Cup final parrots and they're coming off a career league. Best one hundred seventeen point regular season. We lost in seven games to Winnipeg in the second round last year in the Western Conference playoffs. It's an organization that's been led by their defense for a number of years. Although peck arena has been really good as well. Filip Forsberg is their game changer on offense. But the question really becomes do. They have enough offense this year. It's a breakthrough. I asked false Kabina from Tennessee and last night on lightning powerplay live that very question. On offense. I don't think so, but I don't think they need to because of the defense. They have. I mean, they wanted the Frenchman who can score who you know, were play a very offensive game. I think you know, what you're talking about is the types or the, you know, the Patrick Kane types where you know, they're they're going to score fifty goals a year. Well, I don't think nationals built for some teams hard and they succeed with it. I don't I don't think they are. And I think that's by design. It's it's worked pretty well for them. They're playing off the last few years. And I think when you talk about having game-breaker wrong defense allows the mind defense and so not having that this forty or fifty goal scorers not necessarily going to hurt them. I don't think. Bosko Vena from Tennessee. And joining us here on lightning radio time now to take a look at the out of town scores. It's presented by trade winds resorts, the official beach resorted the lightning. Make it much easier to score discounted rooms in hockey tickets..
"chevalier" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Yelich yeah, how 'bout that the cycle for yelich ties it up ten ten game the reds would it try to get. The lead back in the bottom of the seventh inning. Corbin burns comes into pitch I batter Suarez walks a strike out from Scott chevalier. Patrick urban would walk. Runners on first and second. After the second out was. Recorded Castellini at the. Plate Corbin birds delivers broken-bat. Flare let down. A basic yell they're going, to send the runner here comes home it's online. Tags Home Snow cone style. Ticket the out at play play on, a, oh, hey Christian, yelich doing a little. Bit of everything hit for the cycle thrown. Out a runner at home we go. To the top of the eighth Mike Mushtaq is leading, off the inning. Here's the pitch to move stock as, fly, ball Take the lead It's, eleven to ten but the reds would tie it back up in the bottom of the eighth inning with, Joakim Sewri pitching they would get a you swore, as to third there will be. A wild pitch it was. A reviewed play he was, originally called out but they then said Billy. Hamilton was safe eleven eleven is the score. At this point no scoring through, the ninth inning Rachele glaciers pitching the top. Of the ninth and then in the bottom of the ninth at Jeremy, Jeffress comes on he. Puts up zero so we had to, the, tenth, inning hey Suzanne you'll are. Leaving things off Since, in, the, air centerfield Williams goes back Trek Big center field and the brewers.
"chevalier" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Tomorrow up around ninety sixty three degrees and Hayes downtown at seven twenty. Two on Colorado's morning news to Hawaii certainly disruptions in telecommunications of any sort when. We have a major hurricane coming to an area is a possibility one of the warnings from governor David Ige is hurricane lane sweeps across the islands the cat three storm is bringing strong. Winds nearly two feet of rain with it. To the state meteorologist Chevy. Chevalier is with the central Pacific Hurricane Center joins us live from Honolulu Chevy it was a, cat five two days ago. So it's good to see it. Was. Downgraded kind. Of tell us about the likely path today of lane Okay well I was a cat five is can to Capri now pretty strong moderate cap three hundred twenty mile an hour winds and right now it's. About two hundred and fifty miles due south. Upon Lulu and just west. Of the big island so what we've been dealing with rate it a yesterday Were going to be dealing. With next couple of days a lot of rain and we're talking those the maximum, rain is over over thirty inches in one area so that's in forty eight hours can you imagine getting over two feet of rain so inundated with rain the big island. Was, lots of flooding and. Bowie as well and that's gonna continue all the way up, through a wa who maybe. Even Kawai but we're looking at a lot hooping. Affected probably Friday tomorrow today rather into Saturday. Mostly and it's gonna come closest. To a who probably Saturday afternoon into the evening hours now here's the big deal we need to make a sharp left. Turn. To, the west and we. Have that forecast we have the forecast of, doing that, this weekend so we're hoping it starts. To do that, turn late late tonight into tomorrow we're going to be watching it closely from north northwest to do. West here over the next twenty four to forty eight Eight hours we want? To get it out, of here so the sooner it does that the less we're. Going to be impacted but we're talking about lots of rain as I mentioned and, lots of wind of course in the closer to the eye does get to the island the more wind rec- and wind damage but we're also talking about very big surf. We're, talking about twenty five. Feet of surf and some storm surge a lot of energy, pressing against the south shore. That could lead to a lot of beach erosion. Damage to property things like that so that's. Another conserve we have out here. With hurricane lane hey thank you so much central Pacific Hurricane Center meteorologist Chevy chevalier thank you so much for your time Sure no problem All right seven.
Thailand's rescued cave boys end stay at Buddhist temple
"Like to thank the Virginia state police the FBI and all the federal agencies who coordinated a tremendous amount of resources to make sure that she was safe and obviously we're all happy with the outcome now the FBI is investigating whether any federal crimes were. Committed. Including visa fraud, since her parents had been living in the United States but the, girl had not the members of the boys soccer team rescued, after almost three weeks trapped in a cave in northern Thailand complete their time as novice Buddhist Monks today about three hundred people gathered for the. Ceremony that's our eleven boys in their, coach leave temple life to return to their families a twelfth boy did not. Go through the ritual religious ritual because he isn't Buddhist. Although they are giving up their Buddhist robes it is likely that the boys will retain some of the solitude of temple life the Thai government had discouraged any interviews. With them wielding, the threat of legal action under child protection laws. Brian chevalier has pleaded not guilty in the, murder of his girlfriend and our north Andover home buddy sent a letter to the eagle Tribune newspaper addressed to report. A brianna Eggleston saying the state of New. Hampshire, is at fault for quote this whole terrible incident WBZ's, Karyn regal spoke to the reporter who's received the verified letter the letter. Is handwritten and address the eagle Tribune reporter brianna Edelstein, Brian chevalier has pleaded not guilty in the murder of Wendy Davis in her, north Andover home back in April Oh but argues, the state failed him reporter zoey Matthews drove. From court. To court to help indicate that letter driving around New Hampshire two different. Courts in different counties to get those documents. That sort of detail that and in attaining those documents there were actually a couple. Of handwriting samples that he had written well on incarcerated and they we sort of matched them to this. Letter that we received in the letter chevalier says he told his parole officer he was about to snap Karyn regal WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. This is Josh binswanger certainly hope you're enjoying your weekend hotter temperatures are here and it. Appears they're, going to be staying. For a while we'll take a look at the extended forecast Boston. About to.
Sex offender still on the run after RV chase in California; 2 kids on board rescued
"Time five eighteen hazy sunshine in boston we turn up the humidity tomorrow right now eighty eight degrees outside our studios good afternoon and thank you for driving home with us today i'm jeff brown and our top stories in the wbz newsroom it is now up to the full senate to decide whether to go along with an ethics committee recommendation that former senate president stan rosenberg be barred from serving in any leadership position for the next few years at an air national guard c one thirty cargo plane crashes onto a highway moments after taking off from an airport in georgia at least six people are confirmed dead rough day on wall street after the fed to keep interest rates alone the dow sheds one hundred seventy four points the man suspected of being the golden state killer makes a brief court appearance a hearing was short lasting less than a minute joseph the angelo said no wheelchair in the courtroom the hearing dealing with i sealed search warrant in the case the angelo's public defender is asking the court to prevent prosecutors from taking anymore dna or body photos of the angelo the judge saying he will consider the arguments and reconvene court on thursday alex stone abc to california kids are back home with mom after being taken on a wild ride by their dad who happens to be a convicted sex offender stephen hawke took off with the kids following an argument with his wife and then led police on a high speed chase he ultimately ditched that car in an almond orchard but left the kids a three year old boy an eleven month old girl both found safe hawks still missing he is the suspect in the killing of a north end over woman wbz's carl stevens with the backstory now on the suspect brian chevalier late last year brian chevalier was making his case before the new hampshire parole board he was about to be released after serving time for the two thousand and three kidnapping of an ex girlfriend you told the board.
"chevalier" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"With the mulch america dot com inside pitch at eleven thirty five a couple of things we'll talk about the decision to pull brandon finnegan early tonight then i think early in the context of who wasn't available to to jim riggleman but i think far more interesting i guess if you will on a macro level is the outfield math coming into the year the whole thing was you know four outfielders for three spots right house brian price going to figure out how to use four guys for three spots the the math right this is gonna be a daily conundrum for bryant price now it's it's obviously not brian prices problem anymore frame prices probably happy that's not his problem anymore but i think the math has to change because you went into this year with the whole four guys for three spots thinking all right number one circumstances are naturally going to dictate who plays right like early in the season scott chevalier was hurt so it wasn't four guys for three spots it was three guys three spots pretty easy well jesse winker has done nothing but get on base and that's not just the two thousand eighteen thing by the way he got he did nothing to get on base when he finally came and stayed for good at the end of last year he did nothing but get on base jesse winker right right now got on base three times tonight jesse winker right now is nine in all of baseball not just the national league in all of baseball in on base percentage getting on it a four forty two clip now you might argue that's not sustainable small sample size april numbers are always you know thrown out of wack but still four forty two ninth and all of major league baseball unfortunately it hasn't translated into a lot of runs like.
"chevalier" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Fantastic craft fellows in france like if you baby called email tone eight one exception maurice maurice chevalier made it big in america because films but look at us naval all those fantastic talent shut brel never really came through believe it or not to the general american public and i did i'm kind of the only guy there from flanders that tony sounded became a notion amongst millions of people and it probably had to do with the many sullivan show that we did because on sundays there was only one show right that everybody watched the at some atto at eight of those so that continuous appearance overnight on all those different show afternoons shows at certainly murph was very instrumental to that kept on going for all those years and so it's kind of when i look back at my career and and the recognition i got in this wonderful country of ours i mean i'm very grateful fellow okay as a as late comber to the united states and how i was accepted how would you feel that's a nice thing to hear you have gratitude for every bit of the journey and all the successes oh yeah none of it none of it was lost on you grand do are you tony good for your where we have gratitude that you that you decided to do this for us yeah we're we're thrilled that we got to meet you we hope you'll consider us to new friends.
"chevalier" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"A loan no when i was like fifteen i went to online school and instead of doing my work out go iin you know the internet and find all these matches and i didn't know what they're like independent matches were nor do i know like women japanese wrestling was my iphone levels like no way can these women russell like this and then it just led into other other up promotions and fell in love them like wow this was incredible it's way to from the derby you f at the time and i love the style so for women when the jewish girl watching as i want us 10 okay yeah so you've been watch for a long time here reversed much because she was a clean by romania mas eighteen was crazy yeah chevalier shia doesn't doesn't like added what are you yes are in two thousand eight and what you were of 18 urging yeah i'm a little bit older than her what were not whose only got about here's our your trumpster acid that's right you got a couple more box leptin yep just a few months shelves so about the the difference between what we were watching with all japan and then what wwe was to endure when you were ten years old ml i felt like wsb's all entertainment i am a general even pay attention to the matches and tunnels like maybe thirteen and actually understanding wet like rustling was because my theros eddie graf class and i loved him first wrestling enough or the character stuff but japanese wrestling has paulikas all just hard hitting a nonstop and arsenic while these people are killing.
"chevalier" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"Um wasn't already get back less moon vis actually made very easy he came to me i was it living in new york and i just finished i think pictureperfect with jennifer anniston and he should can i take you out to breakfasting took me at breakfast he said you should be doing television i said now i shouldn't i fooled everybody wants i don't think i can fool them a second time and he said no no no no no no right a pilot write anything you want i will make it and i wrote out of that grew now and again which was me sort of doing damn yankees rank frankly um and uh ha he didn't like it he hated it um and uh you know told me so less is not a shy fellow and um but paramount who made it who financed it said to him have you tested it he's not i'll have to test it i've seen it i don't doesn't work they said you should test it because attested through the roof so he put it on television but he put it on friday night's at 9 o'clock after candid camera um and you know as if to say look hey let's see how it works and and it actually did rather well given the time slot um but and famously i was so certain certainly coming back i did the last episode is a cliffhanger right which will give you some idea the independence with which i worked at noone checked in and said you really should do a cliffhanger the um but but um what had i hoped to do well i know we had a whole answer for that cliffhanger because i talked to rene chevalier reahou uh worked with me on that show about it he remembers it i really don't remember the specifics anymore it's been a long time um but i loved and i still love and it's part carter what he did on medium i love disparate.
"chevalier" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Of course it help of coverage it doesn't seem like ready to cook stupid be the guy to the fight for paul it's in the air for a long time were set up stupidly nor set try to run the post but orbital chop protecting brady here though perhaps sacrifice and her body for the bless you get deal lowest bucket down taking the legs out of a book they got a pretty steps up two tries ago right he does it see the side adore set this out of it quite for this hall although there was early contacted the right arm saurian paroled the rhode island gore sav was looking for a call that never came of course who vowed to take over at the 22 to our right he did he held his right arm there but i tell you what that's a better applied lie street is put around the block freehill's knows how to grab a pole ty law is to do such a good job at that the offer party contact to wear restive sierre chevalier defensive back and he comes away with his ninth career interception remember he had a shot at a pick on the last drivers scoring drive for the patriots and he dropped it the whole johnny here with grady tried his book the difference between the two defenders and spree in a getaway the interception how to throw for doors set for now is attitude emotions to the right first indent of the jet from their 22 to me cevers to the left in a 14th seven new york leave the county his staff man rushed fires to that here's i caught by cursed yet board of the thirty online drop a lot was sidelined by patrick cheung but he got out of bounds to stop the clock with two fifty six to go that's a pickup of aids madam olshey sorta thrust into it here today whatever the reps he gets throughout the course of the week the gilmore things just popped up what friday number batum olshey hasn't played defensive back of the patriots until today and rarely play in the secondary for either the lions aboard the browns for the last few years at save up joe second down and now with water out of the gut to head up in the glare ones arrive wrapped up good by malcolm brown proper piled i know what for me oddly may take down the youngster and already with the loss of.
"chevalier" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"But i did were he was like when ncsa could shaw of the uh they'll right the doctor which is take careful what no they don't have a doctor because they haven't and fall to the point they're smart and they can speak in the can hold rudimentary tools in but they can't paging doctors say i talked to say is also very few of them actually spoke in terms of using english or using signing yeah there were signing rather than anything at length the way that they have a salary mutation delay ever seconds away this the fire is going to affect them yeah in a different way as robes humans of their speech is it going to imbue the apes is it a coincidence for example the maurice chevalier speaks for the first time after hanging either of hanging out with nova under dole earned and our samaris great it seems awfully neat if that's the case but you're right that that would that would explain meet its poorly in um but helen fully on board with us movie of we've had a net at least at least one we may have another durazone before the end of the but now i liked i thought of one point that murray's was going to die and that's my may our number put or tying or whatever the guerrilla i felt i felt bad for read the guerrilla so which was read the wondering dieds crony died on the mountain already can't did to kill winter yes yes how humans silver.