3 Burst results for "Christina Becky"

"christina becky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:13 min | 5 months ago

"christina becky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I tried to scream it was it's a little Billy eyelashes I mean her songs really do you know drank it down a little it's yeah but you know what I mean it's such a different sound for a lot of people you know and that's why I think it's sleeping it's good it means that it is thank you thank you and are we in a mode weren't a mood to raise some money for the my tack neighborhood rebuilding fine thank you thank you so far we've had six hundred and thirty eight different people donate I'm good and to the neighborhood find in partnership with the neighborhood development center and we are helping businesses get restarted napping going in on the lake street corner in Minneapolis and St Paul at the midway area and it farm town area and up to sixty two thousand three hundred and forty dollars which is so huge you wanna think recent people who have contributed R. Angela angel Jenna Lauren anonymous Christian Bonnie Janet Megan Christina Becky Suzanne for a thousand dollars a lot of people have been so extremely generous and little donations big donations whatever it is that feels right to you but we are so grateful I feel like we're this is really going to have an impact what we're doing here and it's way cool and we wanna think today's matching sponsors Phil Olsen with supreme lending and Hammond ex interior solutions and we're gonna talk with Lynn and Ted from Hammond X. later on a show and find out why they wanted to get involved in their community supporters and simpler yeah always have done so probably is very natural yeah so anyway are you need to do is go to my tack he would donate every little bit helps now we're at sixty two thousand six hundred forty do you think we could get to sixty five thousand by the end of our show if you yeah I guess I decided hands down we're horrible the only bank is in bad she tells me this hello I'm terrible at making it to suggestion yeah I know I will make you suggest I remember one time you and I were waiters have fund raisers and we're supposed to be the celebrity like get people to donate money so I sit down with my table and I just said okay everyone look me nine just write me whatever check the thing so that we can have fun and I don't have to bug you for the rest right so you know I got like maybe three hundred dollars or something everyone gave you we're doing car wheels and singing songs in praise me very like thousand dollars I think I can I am person fundraising I can do better I need to look people in the eye you're really good at it but not so yeah it's it's different but it's really it's an eight different yeah you you've never been good at this Larry which was about your career yeah yeah yeah all of our suppliers money for me to spend in marketing I would check the wave it will our national meeting the lunches seventy five thousand dollars I mean I could do like the big ones finally yes you really did yeah but thought yeah it's it's funny but anyway I think we should have a goal and it's a modest school Julia I'm so we just M. we're at sixty two thousand six hundred forty we just need a couple thousand more doing our show all right no no brainer easy enough easy enough okay so you did you watch the X. a seat in front of you may send an HBO the prequel no it's just amazing there's no pre qual I thought it was the prequel Julia I mean it's based on you know a book the Stanley Gardner wrote the books I'm just saying just to just have a lot of people might think it's only based on a TV show that was had like I don't know if you're ever well there was one we grew up with this nineteen fifty seven to nineteen sixty six that's when Mason was on with and then replace may maybe ever yeah I don't have any yeah you were on your side to this ideal that all I could remember Raymond Burr yes the actor because I feel like one of my grandmothers had a crush on him and all the theme song and you know the theme song and you know so anyway so it's based on the books and so had nothing to do with you know Perry Mason other than that is the name and the the the producers of this show is Robert Downey junior and his wife Susan all he was originally going to play Perry Mason and after watching it I'm so first of all it's just an eight episode thing Matthew Rees who was absolutely amazing and the Americans and he was a brothers and sisters and he's married to Kerry he was Philip Jennings in the Americans for eight seasons and that's what most people are kind of familiar but he he has this kind it's a dime store detective kind of did did it it was like a weather beaten and worn down from the war and he's divorced and it's I thought it was really good I thank my name doesn't matter okay okay yeah and right away the very first scene he's he's hired by a studio movie studio I think two years like nineteen thirty two when he's hired by a movie studio the Hays code has gone into effect or something like that and this guy that's kind of a Stan laurel a big heavy guy they want to get the goods on him that he is a lewd and lascivious man and they have him enjoying a buffet at the banquet of a lady now it's kind of like an arty fatty Arbuckle situation comes from the sun yeah right and so we see every we get we get a fat naked guy would be huge so make running down the street I mean it's opening in the opening crime that happens to I I it it's it's good it's very strong Neil loved it yes some of the times did you watch it yeah I watched a key she really liked it Holly did you watch it I didn't watch it I'm intrigued now from your review yeah it's still still one eighty it's nothing the only thing it has in common with the TV series the name of the guys at the top very Mason and he's a detective he yeah he's no he's not a detective he's a veteran investigate all no no that's it it's more along the lines of the book I think but I never read any Stanley Gardner we don't we don't know anything really he told me okay because he can and he likes dime store detective hopefuls you know what I mean okay so that was rude so that's good that's on H. 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O. mom might show the **** came back to show time I thought it was coming back in a couple weeks but the DVR recorded it so that's really I love both watch the season three premiere of Yellowstone yes all to see Josh Holloway Holloway from lost my god did you look good in that fishing bad with his dimples his hat and waiters and I can't wait for him to start having get it with dozens daughter he looked good okay here's my question yeah have you watched one billions the season yet yes you have yeah I am up to date on that are you is it worth it because I haven't even bothered I was so sick of it at the end of last year well you know the the district attorney Paul Giamatti Han he and his wife have split up right okay so there is I don't know I kinda like it just freshens Julianne Margulies is involved on the show yeah I like it I mean it's the final season I mean here's the problem with billions act the guy played by Damian Lewis is so unlikeable I can't stand him and everyone else around and it's.

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"christina becky" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"christina becky" Discussed on Think Again

"It's fielder for work by MandA Woodward is just feel the for work, and it will maybe can be clumsy their insult. Their mind is actually developing before their, their bodies are adept things. And this was a study, showing it babies have couple reaching and gramp grabbing things they make failed attempts and the patients. If you watch a baby trying to do is, you know, you would. Have given up right, right? Much long ago. But they have this enormous urge to learn that and patience to go through it over and over, again, till they get it right. And parents want to help but let the kid so she helped kids grasp onto things and then they learn the functions of these objects better. So it brings in how do we understand other people's intentions, and we're understanding them way before they act and we're understanding them partly the is lead, and then the shoulders and the hands and we're knowing what somebody is looking at 'em tells us a lot about what they're going to do. And then, even that way, they hold their hand. So a colleague of mine, and her team, Christina Becky oh, in Genoa did work showing that people know there's a. Bottler out there and you're either gonna drink permit. Pour it or give it to somebody else, and before the hand reaches the bottle, you know what they're going to do. So to me, that's extraordinarily that were disowning the other people's intentions, so quickly. And of course, basketball players know this and they fake you out right so. Right. And they work very hard at faking, it was not just basketball magicians, and athletes in any team sport, you want to mislead the other team but signal to your own team. And that is happening and nanoseconds I mean, the, you know, the concept of mindfulness has entered popular culture from Buddhism and so on. But in reality, the, the fact is that there is, we are mindless of so much that we actually are that our minds are. Aware of there's so much. We just simply don't see that's going on. And if we actually were paying better attention, some of which I'm sure comes more easily, when you spend year after year in laboratories studying gesture, and so we would we, there's a lot more going on than we, then we admit, or recognize and understand. Be automatic. Will we never be able to play basketball? Right. Right. Right. Right. And clearly it's a fun thing to do to do those really fast sports. Some well onto fake people out and and to play smoothly. And I don't know. I mean coaches will slow some of that down. They'll see things that ordinary people won't see. In fact, there's beautiful datum then on coaches and what coaches conc- and what players can feel. So players are better. Watching videos of free shots players are better at predicting, what will make the shot then coaches, but coaches are better than the rest of us. So the players have this added feeling of knowing how the body feels when they're watching somebody else's body and the coaches won't have that, but coaches will see things that players won't see in Consolo down. Some of that. But we we couldn't play basketball with slowed everything down. You can't even walk right? Think about walking how do your arms go in relationship to your feet, and you can't. Oh, you're the kiss of the coaches and the players, you've got both are based on a kind of physical memory as you talk about in the book. But in one case, the physical memory is entering through the eyes and in the other sent it's kinesthetic entering through the body like the players have experience of those missions..

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"christina becky" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"christina becky" Discussed on Channel 955

"And you know for a fact ari would be she's pretty do your job elyse person you'd be a little jealous about that would you absolutely shelly yeah this happened to you well i had been in a relationship for about three years moran i've worked in iraq iran and an older gone on men were gold iran called macrophages where uh polling clever code and i just all kinds of stuff and every time i try to give on the back here would get very upset and not come gone and hericher very lonely and hired why are our relationship several pie for having that we've ever done and every um i'd give it back who primary function more unfair but what will well accepted in the first place that you had to keep given stuff pack why would i trooper ally when i why would you accept it in the first place if you knew you're gonna have to go back no i think it was a pattern i to i would push right back many media oh okay gotcha i don't i don't want these i'm we don't have that kind of relationship yeah and my boyfriend way though extremely dollars and there was an older man here with very lonely had no family and i felt so bad because i was like one of his prime and it was a very framed on i ended up actually cook therapy him until he passed away and we ended up being friend for over twenty two years what about your guy was your guy okay with that um he he actually i was in another relationship after him and neither one of them were okay yeah i met by now i've been much i know harpen actually brought them and they became great friends and he was a part of our family after that but it sounded like the guy almost became a little bit of a sh if needed a take pera somebody ngo he that's how all he knew what to do with the compound or somebody in there were very train was to buy a juicer yeah uh christina you had this happen to you christina christina becky wta and to our ari her goal thicker uh your gold golddigger ari blinds about your amc called them there is no way you would let your highest then accept our role act wiped without question grades you'll know you'll know you're.

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