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"couve" Discussed on Virtually Amazing
"I'm not getting rid of the hub. That will continue. It will have its place. But the ms office is going to be different based on levels so we'll have basic into media advanced or whatever i decide couve fago. There's as a challenge for you listeners. What should i call my levels. If you're going to be damaged of it's my strategy. Should they be level one level. Two nepal's free. Should they be basic indimedia advance gold-silver-bronze which fake bay. That's a struggle may main things isn't it. Yeah that just goes into the bucket week. Kumba pulling that's somebody else's by that's my sizing announcement. Emma's offense opted. My strive is going to be cool. I can't remember the full got scott. It's untitled mustering microsoft office. I become a savvy assistant it mazda of office for the snappiest. Something like that see. I'm doing this off the cuff. But i just decided to. Hopefully those of you who are still in stope mine too much but you get all the valued from all guests. So i think we can plug also wants to know what But yeah it was great to to chat with about the layout spine run. I'm not points about brunt. Being tone of voice of wealth asked Goes i thought was very important to. Yeah yep hugely and it is something that you know. You may not think about it. You know i mean my background. Branding pretty stuff the tone of voice all of that. That was not relevant. When you're writing your technical pool you know it's just facts a happens be happened. See happens and then you go into business and somebody says actually you have to have a tone of voice which all of those things so. It's really helpful when somebody that day. And some of the other people we've talked about have have sort of helped to build your knowledge around. What is a brand. It's not just that peaceful logo that you know you're created in canveral had a design or however you've done And the consistency across everything that you really really important. Yeah very very important. So when i as you listeners. I went with copyrights on of my web pages. Some of my newsletters my block personal everything but some of it just takes a load off of me i could be creating great content to share with you and you know we have when we do what we have a meeting and we have chats and so that he can understand. What is that. the. I won't get across. And the way i will sit written on. Tone of voice is very important of my stuff to be friendly not g full..
"couve" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"To john's mirror. There's nothing more to say. I am talking to john mirek. Do you understand john's eric. You just said that right now. Even the times of london. A major mainstream columnists in the times of london said that based on what he sees and he wasn't joking he thought that the election was stolen Everywhere i go more people begin to realize. Yeah it looks like this happen. The only problem is not everyone's outraged enough because they're not as naive as i am to think. Oh yeah in america. that shouldn't happen maybe So what happened here was like when the cia decides it wants to undermine country and overthrow its government they they. They put sanctions on. They try to tank economy. They try to create panic. They try to bring down the regime. That is what was done for four years while donald trump was in office. If you had to guess who was in on the deep conversations who was having those companies. There's one thing for us to surmise these things. We have the list was planning this. And did they meet in a room do they do. How do you think this happened. I would say the sixty names of former intelligence officials like brennan and clapper all the people who signed the letter saying one hundred by laptop. Was russian disinformation. Those are the people. I think i call them. The secret committee formerly known as joe biden because that mute puppet is not running the country that was hilarious. The secret committee formerly normally as biden that so whoever that shattered are we committee is because the only thoughts running through joe. Joe biden's head now are a good. My parents couve as ice cream those functioning human being but we knew that during the campaign. They wanted an empty shell. They wanted a meat puppet. So who is pulling the strings who has their hand up the back of the puppet and is operating it. And i think it is. The high level intelligence people who signed that letter lying to the american public saying the hundred laptop was russian. Disinformation knowing perfectly well that it was real that it compromise biden. That biden son had funneled money to biden from chinese intelligence operatives high-level chinese spies millions and millions of dollars. Something that would never have tolerated rightly shouldn't have tolerated. If if donald trump had been doing it but again didn't matter they just had to get somebody in the white house a placeholder so that are secret. Committee could run the country. And now we see. They don't know how to run the country. They've spent the last four years purposely. Tanking the economy creating panic about the virus undermining our foreign policy and they don't know how to stop they're still doing a scorched earth policy mean what happened in afghanistan giving eighty billion dollars of military equipment to the taliban so that it is now has the third largest defense budget on earth of the year. Twenty twenty just behind the us and china head of russia and france. Hey john do you obviously didn't get the memo. Okay you need to get the memo. Eighty million eighty billion dollars of medical medical of military equipment going to the taliban. That's yesterday's news today. The news is dog. The bounty hunter is on this missing person's case on this murder case. That's what everybody wants to talk about. That's the soap opera of the week. Don't you understand. No one cares okay. Maybe i'm being sarcastic. seriously though. What you just said hasn't been talked about in a over week. This is i mean. Look i keep doing this. I keep asking my guests. And i know of asked you before. Can you give me any plausible explanation. For why the biden administration would allow eighty billion dollars. Please explain to me. Because honestly i can get upset about it but before i get upset. I'm not able to comprehend how it happened. China told by doing and by did it. That's it okay. You believe. I one hundred percent believe that joe biden was told by the chinese. Listen just get out. We'll takeover from here. China has been alive with the taliban since the middle nineties. They had a meeting with the taliban on september eleventh. Two thousand one. They didn't even cancel their meeting. Because of the twin towers attacks the taliban has been an ally of china all along in fact they use the poor leaguers in china are are being are being. Were you being used as a chesapeake. Chinese would send wiegert to erect to syria so that they could fight against the kurds and the christians and get killed and then would say. Look at all these these fighting series. They are muslim terrorists. We must put more than concentration camps. That is the regime that compromise joe biden the funnel tens of millions of dollars through his crack and som- that regime told by get out. Leave the stuff behind and biden. Said yes sir. How high any jumping. Why do you think he did that. Because the chinese could destroy him overnight by revealing some of the stuff by simply verifying the biden laptop was real and verifying that they sent twenty and thirty and forty and fifty million dollars to joe biden via hunter. I mean we know all this stuff is true. We saw tucker carlson. Tony polinsky said hunter by was simply the bag. Man for joe biden for the biden family. Joe biden's brother made a billion dollars on the reconstruction of iraq never built anything. The biden money machine has has been using politics simply as a prophet of as a for profit profit enterprise but joe biden is so degenerate now he so obviously an empty shell of the mediocre venal hacky once was that it's becoming obvious.
"couve" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service
"Have you guys ever had any issues. I mean girl. I know drama this. We were talking but you know. I mean we lived in different states so you know the time that we really serious was was less than that a when we were in different ways and just in the talking phase like of course. I'm sure we were both talking and fucking and whatever other people because that's just athlete. How goes when you're in that a guinea yet we were in different states and whatever But since the time that we you know have actually been saying like that is is no cheating knowledge and if it was it would you know. It wouldn't still be a relationship because the over. Yeah you know the way. I look at it is and i feel like everyone should look at them. I'm a prize. So if you wanna fuck another bit. She can have her. And i'm not doing all that. Threesome stuff because you know you wouldn't want me. Is it couve. If i bring a guy because of his that we could bring a girl through. If i can do that then we can do that. Because you know. i'm just very dominant aggressive type female. Which is why only a certain type of the by only leg gangster type of aggressive guy. Like because i'm so right. He needs to be able to match you with or at least just like dmz because are crazy rappers ballplayers all types. I got a lot of stuff in my idea and as an artist right if you wanna work with rapper. And he ends up in your. Dm's how does that work. How does that work. Yeah i mean. I think the type of energy i give off a theme like i'm a tomboy for real even though i could throw it on and be feminine. Show is so. I think this type of energy i give off. Is that tomboy swag. So if the guys that like me are generally more the type of gangsta aggressive type of guys..
"couve" Discussed on Max & Murphy on Politics
"This huge industry. That that you know we're up. People who profit off of the city's rental Rental housing construction subsidies so when it comes to like what here academy is gonna do in neighborhoods like the upper west side Is he. you're going to actually build. How there i don't know I can't really read the future. But you know that. When he was running for election he was actively spending west the most nimbies the nimbies the like clean up the upper west side people who didn't want them to stay in the lutheran hotel who were actively fighting the divisor administration over the need to get people out of congregate shelters and so. I'm a little bit skeptical. That eric adams is actually gonna stand up to those communities man. It's actually time to build affordable housing union I think it might be more like the Like the like the bloomberg experience where wealthy white neighborhoods are down zoned and we see a lot of rezoning and in poor neighborhoods of the city. But we'll see you know we'll see what happens and so coming back to your your current agenda. I see on behalf of justice for a website. You mentioned the good cause eviction bill. The couple of other items that you most highlight are a housing access voucher program and a tenant opportunity to purchase act or those still the other top priorities. And can you explain those. And what else might be at the top of the state agenda in terms of what you're where you're hoping to go with a legislative agenda. Obviously a bunch of this much of this would be next year. He's only scared you know contingent on what happens a south memory in what happens and they're gonna chicanery. Fifteen men are new. The kid moratorium knock on. Wood will expire So how should your program a state Rental assistance subsidy for new yorkers who are homeless or at risk of homelessness and the reason. It's so exciting is that it would be the first rental assistance program in the country that undocumented new yorker undocumented people could apply for In i mean it's really that simple. It's it's money to support low income. People obtain the ranch right now. i mean they. If the program has fully funded it would cost sixteen billion dollars We are seeking money in the first year To you a billion dollars in their first gear to try and go to operationalize than and the goal would really be to stable. Our new yorkers were currently homeless And hopefully you know accept permanent rental subsidy and so that can address the problems that small landlords always raise when we start talking about couve at the march right so are we putting to think about rental assistance. Subsidies are are subsidies to landlords. There's subsidies hopefully we'll pay the rent The hacking excess voucher. program. We're excited about that phil..
"couve" Discussed on Pantheon
"You man but we started talking about this and i looked into it and i love the version. The original version recorded In memphis by sam phillips right. But i never understood why they called it. Jackie brenston and his delta cats instead of ike turner and his kings of rhythm as far as the artists performing the song and i dug into it because of us do in the podcast. I actually started really digging into. And what i found is that it's not dissimilar to what norman petty did with buddy holly and the crickets. He anticipated the different releases right now. Sam phillips thought he was going to have another ike turner released coming up so he didn't wanna spoil the situation with that next record. Which by the way did nothing or nowhere near as much as rocket eighty eight and he he put the name. Jackie brenston and delta cats on rocket eighty eight and it became a number one hit and that was facilitated. Here we go. We're making connections licensing the record to chess records in chicago. I mean all these connections there think about it rocket. ada was blues was swing. It is a little bit the rockabilly a little bit of country. It's got the jazz elements it's got the soul the r&b for that time element so it's a big mishmash of all of that and then it puts it all together or sam phillips puts it all together in the studio and they completely changed. The sound of music with one song made those strange just want. Everybody likes my rocket rod. It's the amount history of rock and roll. Couve marcus in the darkest together discussing on the marcus for the proposition. That is the root of our entire podcast and in some ways a lot of people will say it's the root of to jamarcus. It really is. I mean we've been looking. And we've been digging in. And i think that at the end of the day even though there are probably other songs that were played but not recorded that were similar to this. This was the first rock and roll record song or this is what i want to talk about a little bit. Here on this week's podcast because a lot of people took inspiration from his new oldsmobile. Car right That wasn't the only song singing. It's brace there was another song singing. Its praises i had. They went to work at wedding. Wait rodman long like a edsall. Re sodded streamline. I'll jump in padlocks on time road along kind of when you look at it. There was a song called cadillac boogie. And it had a reference to eighty eight. it was by jimmy liggins nineteen forty seven. I found that. Because i was really interested in finding out what the heck was going on here and was this really the first rock and roll song and like everything else we've discovered in rock and roll. Marcus the truth is somewhere between all of the positions taken yes There's other references to eighty eight. There's other references to the delta. There's other references to elements of the song is even parts of the song that appear in other genres. But when you look at it. P johnson did boogie woogie and jazz. He was a pianist. He was great. He was great in his time and he did muggy and boogie. Woogie is adjacent to rock and roll at any stage of the game. If you think about it right you're absolutely right the boogie. Woogie piano really makes you move makes your toes. Tap makes his moody shake. It just makes you so you can't help but feel it. You also have the element of swing. Which i forgot to mention as well and you feel that swing movement in there that swing ru i should say in there.
"couve" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: The 15 Minute Morning Show
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End to end solutions against COVID-19 insights from Blok BioScience
"For this week's podcast rigby discussing end to end solutions against couve in nineteen with special insights from block bioscience. And I'm very pleased to have returning to intra blogs aerial Walla no CTO of block bioscience and managing director of experts aerial. Thank you for joining us today for those listeners. Who Haven't heard you in our first podcast. Could you please give them a quick introduction on yourself and on block bioscience they'd thanks and It's great to be back. My Name's Arielle. I've been working in the blockchain space for a while. Is it six years now. It's a longtime Komo experts. Blockchain Because we are all still figuring out a lot as we go but I've had the good fortune to work on a number of really interesting solutions from trade finance to insurance And now working Working in the biotech industry on something. That's really needed excellent. Excellent so as you'll recall our first question is could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain? And how does it work but here? I'm I'm curious to see if your definition has changed since the last time you are on the show due to the work you're doing it blocked bioscience so if if memory serves the definition. I gave you a hasn't changed much. Which is that blockchain technology that allows multiple companies where people to share a single version of the truth Without having to spend any time effort or money on reconciliation messaging Synchronization Or other such that the benefit from from gained from That sharing often allows completely new business. Models or new ways of solving problems. Ought to be possible in terms of how it's changed. I think the the main thing that's changed is a very welcome maturation of thought blockchain. I think it's fair to say no longer. A thing on. It is a tool kit For solving problems And for accomplishing what previously would take large numbers of people or expensive software solutions off. That can now be taken for granted when two people are talking and one is sharing a. I found this amazing new APP on my phone. What what we what I wouldn't say to you is. I found this amazing new APP in my phone and it runs the IP stack. That's given so if we're now talking about a solution and that solution includes our two companies Having a common record of a piece of data the presumed solution is that you would use blockchain so that you would share that single solution than do after create a business function hired people or build software to keep our version of that that data and yours in sync great great and I have very fond memories of our podcast where you took us all the way back to the Sumerians to talk about the Boola but I'll let our listeners to check it out for those. Who Haven't had the chance to actually on your on your on your webpage that Keith. Bear actually Commented on similar context of the indeed Princeton this world so in our last podcast I introduced you as managing director offensive experts. Now you've added to that the role of CTO block bioscience. What is blocked by? What is your mission blockbuster? Science is Is A team of thought. Leaders thought leaders in the medical industry thought LEADERS IN TECHNOLOGY THOUGHT LEADERS AND SUPPLY CHAIN. Who grouped together because we think that is needed fast that it needs to reflect how quickly things are changing And that it needs to represent Delivering the best possible medical diagnostic and supply chain capability to the fight The unprecedented impact that covert nineteen is having on the world. Ob conserve experts has entered into a business partnership with block and we are providing The technology delivery capability. But that's only one piece of block block is also about the medical expertise on supply chain in the network of relationships To get things where they need to go on and together we are creating The solution that we're talking about today. Excellent so just to confirm this blog bioscience was created because of the president pandemic or was it created prior to that block solutions. Which is which is this. Group of thought leaders will was already created what we did is mobilized specifically to solve this problem. We've been working on it Pretty much since since Cova I started You know emerging from China in in late January.
"couve" Discussed on The Science Bloggers Podcast
"Extended that that people are going to to convince these rules even if it's dan. Denial is just mind blowing because of also read reports where people have like mobile hairdressing stations. Where they go to clients and oh right. Yeah what are you thinking it. You know it's like all you have to do is this. How have one client who has in infected with with songs coffee too and your pass that on to someone right you get infected as a hairdressing or a bobble and you go to the next house so you in fact the one family infects you and you infect the next one next one after that. It's like don't do it. Yeah i dunno i. I'll so from what you've people you've talked to a ready for. Covert in the research. Been doing What are the what are they saying. Predicting what's the prediction for. I guess two questions. Everyone wants to know is when we hit the apex and then of course. When will this be over. So i guess. I've been more closely following the assad and at least from what they're saying is going to get much much worse right it's gonna go up into like probably up to like one hundred to two hundred thousand people infected and it's gonna come come up type. I think the states is supposed to be a couple million. Several million infected and almost two hundred thousand dead is what the white house saying. Yeah that yeah. I think those are the numbers i heard. I hear. some individuals cities are doing battle. All i believe they may have reported that. Ellie mia started flattening. Couve but again. I don't think that's totally meaningless. Because if everything's like shit around you you know that that may change in a heartbeat you know against we can start using now but you know it's is going to change right. It's gotta change every this is going to affect everything this is going to be like. This is going to be something. We all remember something. That's going to affect culture society economies countries in a way that we haven't seen since nine eleven probably since world war two like these. It's going to have global dramatic impacts on our day to day lives and that's not going to go away quickly. No it's not an an you're right. it's something that's going to change us forever. In ways we can predict an ways we count. you.
"couve" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"More Gerald more energy. I have a fast, energetic show. Please. I can't shave speak just Couve. Well. You know, my wife is, is Mexican this celebrating in the next year old for the heavyweight champion and some happy. And so. And anytime you fight Mexican fighter. You have to be prepared because they come at you. They don't stop keep cover that keep coming at you. And if you don't just knock them out, they don't keep covering that they don't care. Don't they will get you. They will get you thing with co admitted you have to stand sometimes time can put you in a great situation. Toronto is also a lot of playoff series. So now they get a great player now the good player, but a greatly and Golden State does not have acid for him. And he learned the game basketball really, really well. From his time with the Spurs, he learned, how to be a leader. He learned how the fundamentals of the game is played. And so he's unstoppable, they, you know, he just a big thrown unstoppable. Got and I'm happy to round out. The problem is going to be able to keep them jump in. Let me jump it. I gotta keep it moving. I first off. I don't think Toronto is going to be able to keep them. So let me get that out of the way quickly Colli, Leonard is leaving Toronto. And I've been on a bit of a cold streak. Thanks for the call. I don't think he's gonna stay. He's gonna go to the clippers. He just built a mansion in Rancho Santa Fe, which is an enclave of San Diego by del mar, he built a mansion areas going to close to it in Los Angeles. The Lakers are a mess as we speak, an absolute circus, and it could have been a good fit for him with LeBron, but I think the clippers and Steve bomber the richest owner in all sports will convince him to be a clipper. There's a chance of stay in Toronto because he's just a good fit. It and the country loves them overall. But I think the journey for coli playing at San Diego State, growing up in riverside was to always get back to Los Angeles. And that's what he's always wanted. And it ended kind of ugly and San Antonio. And the fact that he's turned his image around in Toronto has been great to see I will disagree with what the caller said. Joel said he goes, they have no answer for him, a, you knocked have Steph curry Klay Thompson. They have two of the top five shooters to ever. Play basketball when it's all said and done clay will be a top five shooter in NBA history because Steph will be number one. He'll pass Jerry West all the great shooters who ever played the game including Rick berry of the Golden State Warriors. So they got the answer. We're not talking about a Western Conference team like Houston with harden, or Portland, Damian Lillard we're talking about a team with Steph curry, the warriors have the ability to match up with Kawai. They just. Got to get their act. Together eight five five two one two four two two seven busy historic show tonight. Coming off the heavyweight championship of the world. We preview game two and the Stanley Cup finals. And when I come back, we're going to get into the one adjustment. Steve Kerr has the mate, if the warriors are going to come back and win the series. But first, here's Darwin's Zuck with an update..
"couve" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Thanks for the fan. It's getting hot here. Thanks for moving some air around with that bat started laughing in football. It's so intense. Baseball's Couve way we we were like five hundred maybe we didn't care like nobody cared during baseball practice. My whole thing and outfield. The see how many round the back catches. I could make from the guy the fun go badly. It's it's a nice break from from real sports when it comes to like practice and stuff. So I'm running down the first base line and Jorge Espinoza goes Domus. Search laughing as I rounded get a stand up triple and I'm standing on third base. And I see the ball come in in the ball goes through the patient and the pitcher throws at the first base. And the guy catches the empire's. You're and I'm like what what in when you're out at first base, you're out. You just took my stand up triple in turn it into a out a groundout, essentially, I was I was out of my mind apoplectic of standing on third base. And the guy was like, you're and I start to me if you do that just do it because they're not paying attention soom. You saw something maybe somebody heard Espinosa Godo miss the base or something somebody hurt him. Maybe the first basement heard him say like Fati, I missed the base or as Panova who standing, you know, eight feet off into the foul thing saying dome. Debase and laughing may have triggered something. But it was very next game. And punched me out your manager. Your team wanted to say you realize the game is called baseball. Right. There's basis involve. Yeah. You must hit the basis if Lasorda this, no. No, no, I stepped on the base. I stepped on the base I knew how to run basis you swing out flare out. And then you you're supposed to push off the inside as you as you turn and go in did not miss it. I've got to be honest, Adam. In america. We always say like, can you imagine only in America?.
"couve" Discussed on WTVN
"I got this Email from a Greg in Jacksonville, Florida. And he writes, hi, Richard. I was a teenager in Hannibal, Missouri, thirty miles north of Louisiana, Missouri. That was in the early seventies. I remember there were journalists from his far away as Japan there. Because Hannibal was thirty miles away in Hannibal. Of course is the was the birthplace of Mark Twain. It came to an end Greg rights when hunters were taking shots at Momo. The brothers admitted they were Momo and all scam. I can't recall the last name. But remember when they were on TV and radio it helped world-famous stark brothers nursery from going under sorry. No momo. Is that true where there were people taking shots at Momo Lyle? I'm familiar with with some of those, you know, claims in the start brothers nursery is come up a couple of times. But I mean, the there were people down there running through running through the woods shooting shot one of the farmers bulls. And these were, you know, people even from outta town monster hunting, you know, there's been multiple claims of people saying I was Momo and this was a scam. And certainly I talked to people who own stark brothers, nursery and talked in depth with. Some of the start. Owners, and they they knew nothing about any of this. And there was no involvement with them as far as Momo. Things about you know, saying some kids dressed up in costume aja. Always comes up these cases. It doesn't explain you know, deciding corresponding in the same time period twenty miles away. There was some south on the Couve Ray river that were documented people seeing an ape like creature that fit the general description of Momo. So it was you know, all scam or somebody dressed in a suit. They were quite busy for numerous years, you know, in multiple places. So that just never explains at all, you know, and a lot of times somebody may try to add to the to the frenzy by adding their own thing, but it doesn't account for all of it. So that's what I find. And I certainly looked into the start brothers claim about all this first time caller, Jeff is checking in from Tucson, Arizona. Jeff good morning. Welcome to coast. Yeah. I think my question was answered about the multidimensional. Was gonna take three toed creature and Bigfoot, you know, she's like that and likely there'd be to giving creatures. You know, like if they're multi dimensional that would make sense. But. Cracks me up because when I was younger teenager, my knees. Our visit out in California. And she came from very and only about eight years old, and my mom whose name is Doris. Like devil. Like, it was like really cartoonish me not scary at all. But just terrified her and she's a MoMA more. And like she would not sweeping room. It was like our guest room, and she was just freak out. Big time. I heard. Made me think of that you have a big story in California that had many many years ago when my friend, and I like during the summer, we went to way does northeast corner of California on the pit river iron canyon PG campground eighteen so we like, you know, when we hiked the river if you can't spot where we can go any cross you're going to with anywhere became just flat this river. Just calm down was really a big pine, but the place in deep deep beautiful, and I turn my market and said, well, this be such a beautiful place. You know, have a house, right? Then we noticed that. There was not. Not a sound at all. And we and bed was like, we knew we were being watched like like something was right there and say, we, you know, skeedaddle out of there. But are we there we've found is like like wasn't really quite shelter. But it was like a big stack of like of branches. Four or five inches thick just snap up like twigs stack. And so that just confirmed like, no, we are not welcome here. What you need to get the heck out of here. We never saw anything that may assume Erie not an insect bird nothing into forced ever. And it's like wrong, click Safar after that very much, but at night like we were there more days like I ever after that. Really creeped out like. You know at nighttime least. And so we didn't venture part from the campground after that. But big story, we never saw anything. But man, we knew there was something out there, and we were in immediate not long. So no, we never went back in year that again, it was like was there any odor? Jeff was there any odor? No. But. I said, you know, it was like a big flat looked like almost it was beautiful green Carney Jeep deep where there was really. I mean, we went to swiftly know whitewater, get to that spot. And then you know, we would have kept going. But why? My friend and hand you dispose at the same time notice not keep in the forest and just when you. We're not welcome there. All right. Jeff. Thank you for that. Appreciate the call west of the Rockies Ron is in Olympia, Washington. Now, there is big foot country. Hello, Ron welcome to coast to coast. What thank you for taking the call. And you Harry beef story first or you want the DNA foof of Bigfoot. Story about reading journal and in eastern Washington, fellow was born of a woman who claimed that she was obstructed by Bigfoot, and she was impregnated and the child was born with excessively strong arms that where you know, closer to his knees in length, and he grew up to be a well-known farmer in the region, we watch ten and this would have been quite a while back, but well documented and I have to since he had eight children that DNA proof of ancestry. Oh, that would be interesting. So the let's see now the the Mike Okon drill DNA would be female. Yeah. Sorry, human human, the human and the the nuclear DNA would would tell us the male lineage, and if that was Bigfoot, I guess what it would be undetermined or something like that. I'd be interesting because they made fun of the boy when he was growing up in pool, but they didn't make fun of law because he was so exceptionally strong, and he was incredibly smart. So both work in his favor, and the NFL tanishing really well known farm, but this was in the American journal of dousing society. Familiar with this case. No, I'm not familiar with that story. It's certainly interesting though. And you know, obviously. Yeah. If it could be some testing done on the lineage of that family would be interesting. All right. Ron ron. You also had a big foot encounter. I believe did you when I was when I was a baby youngest of eight children in northern Michigan. Apparent San gone date by damping in the navy. He was home much and all this, you know, to take care of the youngsters and someone came knocking on the door, and just as you know, quaint open the door that night. One of the brothers out the his shades and said. No. And they just both did. And what he said when he described was a tall furry bigger more like a werewolf holding burlap sap with moving things in it that was over its shoulder, and this is a stray related down the years others. Play possibly a story. A story to help to encourage you to get to bed a little earlier. I don't know. Place. They tell the story, and they they they described hiding places they didn't know existed in the house. They they look on their faces. Tell me this was fire. This is before I was born or rate. Dog man are where we'll for the burlap sack over shoulder with. I don't know. Fray moving. This is my second oldest would just grabs it, and he's a Christian, you know, the biggest Christian family member. So I after regard with you know. Full truth. You know, he didn't make stories. All right. Well, thank you for sharing that one. Ryan. Appreciate it loud. Do you get is it frustrating at all that that that these legends or or well, they may not be legends. They may be true. But the fact that they sort of happened in the in the in the past and the sort of the trail is is getting cold, would you? I mean, do you enjoy these types of stories or would you rather the on the the hunt for something a little more contemporary something that you might actually have a chance of catching glimpse of yourself. Well, I find both of those aspects interesting. I mean, I like these sort of vintage tales, and, you know, the the era in which they occurred, and especially these sort of small town ones that you know, had had a lot of you brought up a lot of frenzy in news coverage and things so you know, in you never can say just what it was. But the story is certainly fascinating just that it even happened in just sort of took place in, you know, the the townsfolk running down the street, you know, in a frenzy just the whole thing is just surreal in in very interesting story in always kind of leads to the point where you know, you can come up to the modern time, and I can still find somebody who says yeah, was in Missouri. And I saw something not too long ago in the woods you can find a witness. So you know, any in any of these? Stories they always seem somewhat ongoing if he saw widened sortie widen the scope and in the process of going up to Missouri. I did some lectures of libraries and visited places, you know, in connection with the research in through that I found witnesses who had seen things much more currently. And so when I do go to areas like that and get a chance to go into the woods and go see for myself. I certainly feel like there's a the possibility that you know, I could see that as well. Doug is east of the Rockies in. Is it par line? New Jersey is par liner par. Lean doug. Okay. I can barely hear you. It's Parlin New Jersey Parlin New Jersey. All right. And what do you have forced? I'm going to be a triple threat for you here. The last gentleman who called in and spoke about the about the child that grew up the that they thought that maybe is mother was. Other there. To be followed by the name of. Okay. Doug. Doug. I'm sorry. Your phone is kind of misbehaving. It must be one of those free football phones, you get with subscription to Sports Illustrated. You remember those? Sorry, doug. Let's see first time. Caller, Rennie is in Texas. Good morning Rennie. Good morning..
"couve" Discussed on Caught Offside
"I mean when stuff has been vailable, you know, he's been pretty much the guy to play. So. Yeah, I it was not whereabouts best game. I mean, it's it's really been kind of almost jecklin high territory for the US. I remember when he put against Portugal, you know, that that first game after Couve, obviously, he let's not horrible goal. But then against Italy. He was brilliant. And. And seem to be really playing with a lot of confidence that comes from, you know, having three consecutive clean sheets in the Champions League. So it was it was unfortunate for him to the ended up losing the game that night. But certainly, you know, when you from our angle, you know, watching on the, you know, from the press box, you're thinking men. You know, the Chilean got he really ripped that it must have gone right in the corner back on a caught a good solid chunk of the middle of the goal. So yeah, I didn't think that that's positioning was was was I thought it was pretty suspect in that instance, you know, this kind of the goalie positioning system, you know, you kind of have your internal radar and for whatever reason he felt like he really needed to to hug that near post. I mean, he is a tall lanky guy. Maybe thought he could get over. But you know, that that was it was some venom in he would have. I think he could've taken a good step to left, and it's still manage to to cover all the parts of the goal that he needed to. He may not have been great. But some guys who I thought actually were decent, you know. There's a lot of criticism around Yossi artists, especially as I touch, but he had a pretty nice I touch last night and helping to set up the goal. I thought Michael Bradley was really good last night. What do you who were some of the guys that you thought maybe saw their stock rise a little bit? Jeff. Bradley did play. Well, but it's interesting how all these managers keep wanting to to make him like the sole holding midfielder, and it gives him an awful lot of ground to cover. And I'm wondering wondering why why they're doing that? I mean, I suppose that's a question for Greg Berle to for another day. But, you know, fifteen minutes of the match, I mean criminal Dan was was dropped in, you know, pretty much alongside Michael Bradley. I mean that was kind of like the first tactical tweak that the altar made. And you know, Diego bell Dez and terrific. Dow I mean, they were they're finding these pockets and not really being accounted for. And there was a lot of indecision on Tim ream sparred about men, do I pinch into try to cover the Dow or but then they were hitting these long diagonal balls to reseal. Out wide..
"couve" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Once me twice, you know, another Denver Nuggets who are team. We're gonna lose Toronto and Philly. You're gonna lose to good teams. Bad teams wants the Lakers have made a habit of losing the bad teams all season long. And and it wasn't just the Phoenix went off. It's that the Lakers were that bad. There's LeBron missed free throws at the. End of the game, which was devastating a whole segment that is seriously like an entire I've been beating around the Bush and his conversation about the team free throw shooting saying he's one of you know, because I think the Brian is such a great player but just as season alone. Travis the number of mess free throw theory. I personally have witnessed with less than two minutes ago in a close game in fourth quarter absolutely abysmal to the point in which even though I still believe it that when I hear people say he's not clutch. Those moments. Remind me of that now statistically, you can go back and take a look, and okay, that's personally. But when it comes to free throw shooting, if you go I can't be in a close game in the fourth quarter and not want to see you at the freeway, alario there, you go you you're hoping he doesn't have the ball in hands at the end of the game. We're not that's not what I wanted to call. My goat. My goats got to be the guy that enter for quarter. And you file them you only these money. That's what you need. You wanna I don't wanna do you need a key ES? You certainly your most valuable player you're all everything has to be able to knock down crucial shots. Whether it's free throws or in the game, shots, whatever. The case is the most crucial times for whatever reason that hasn't been strong suit. But we can't just all of a sudden abandoning. This is a guy that if he had the ball at the end of the game. And I know he's like a career seventy one or two percent free throw shooter, which is okay. It's not good. It's not bad. It's like right in the middle of average and that okay, fine. When you needed him to make free throws up until while you'd like, okay? He's gonna make him when he has to make them. Now. The opposite is true that when he goes to the line, you're almost expect he missed a both in both of them were bending rim out. They were bad. Mrs. They were bad misses. And when you consider the score had he known it had he hit those two free throws depression those kids to close game. I would have gone up tremendously, and we might have been able to sneak away with the win having played. So we have to sneak. We said it has a sneak may we should be able to as should he should've been sitting fourth. She say travel by twenty five point. Yeah. I know what she say Travis dairy, not a good basketball team. But if you look at the individuals, LeBron Couve Ingram health. Ball individually. Those are good basketball player. I don't disagree. You put them collectively together that to me. I don't want to jump all on belugas, go get some heat. When you put all that together. They're supposed to be a formidable team. I when you put them individuals together you're supposed to coach them up. They shouldn't be losing teams. Like, they shouldn't be looking to any. I couldn't agree more. He's just sitting there here. Here's a but on that what you said is one hundred right? The differences ball's not here. He's hurt. Okay. He's got three. But you've got there's your answer though. They've got three let's say you've got LeBron coups and Ingram. Okay. Those guys. That's that's three. But you gotta have you have need five on. But they're four and five are not just and not great. They're legitimately hot bat. How how many does I don't know? Let's just use Milwaukee. For instance, how many today have they had? But you look at guys like Coddington you look at those guys you look at those other guys that we were at the game. These are guys that are not all-stars put their capable take razors..
"couve" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast
"How's everyone doing this week today? We're taking a look at tropical rainforests joining us is Dr Thomas Couve are. And he specializes in palms and sour stops. But his work goes so much deeper than these families his work really focuses on the resilience and diversity of tropical rainforests around the world, but largely in South, America and Africa. It's fascinating work, and it has big implications for conservation, especially in the face of climate change. So let's just jump right into it. Without further ado, here's my conversation with Dr Kumar, I hope you enjoy. All right, Dr Thomas, Couve warr. Thank you so much for coming on the podcast. How about you tell everyone little bit about who you are. And what it is. You do. Okay. Get off to Matt. Thank you for having me on the show. I'm a tropical buffets. I mainly interested in tropical rainforest evolution looking at the balloon rainforest using FOX and I specialized throughout my career in two main wonderful plant families, first one is palm. And we'd heard a lot about palms on previous cast on in defensive and also another family will at an easy, which is a source of family. And that's also a tropical family less. Well known as palms, but it has also an incredible diversity and in many ways, even though they're not related the they have a lot of ressemblance in terms of distribution species. Diversity and cultural traits fascinating. So it's ended up working out quite nicely with those two groups. But I'm curious what? Brought you to plants in the first place where you always interested in plants or did you kinda discover them a little bit later in life. So I'm more of the category of people who discovered later on. I've always loved nature of more wondering around nature an uninformative way with my parents, we go for long hikes. I didn't have the challenge of having somebody to teach me about nature as a kid decides some general about by versity, and it's only when I writing university that I really started getting interested in pumps. And in fact, I've mainly been interested in in nature when I when I had the chance to move and live in Ecuador in South America and two major events happen. When I was in Ecuador, the first one is when I had the chance visit as a fourteen year old boy that got up ago sirens, and that just blew my mind because everything I used to see, and they didn't really make any sense to me but learning about Darwin hand. On basically, looking at turtles looking at finches were the guys that we have explaining to us that we should not really provided in an incredible framework. And then just in understanding of what was around made everything clearer. And then a few months later, I had enough to go and visit the rainforest Amazon rainforest, and that also had a huge impact. I always love nature when you get into rain for us. That's when you see the beauty of of by DeVos it. It's just even though when you go into a rainforest like you see tons of animals and fires, but it's just incredible feeling of lots and lots of vitamins around you. And so those two impulsive events in my life. I decided I really wanted to work on understanding tropical rainforest or evolution. Although it wasn't really clear in my mind is. I started undertaking studies and the university of Mukherjee in southern from which was well known and is still well known for tropical study and three years into my into my research. I met one of my scientific mentors junkies. And he came up to me. And basically said, hey, what about palms and the other? And I'm like, wow, all seems like a great study in a great master degree subject. And so I took my master degree project studying Amazonean bombs and their diversity and Filo, gene, and author that I was looking for a PHD. And I where do you wanted to have the extra French experience in research? And so I was looking up to able to start a PHD in Washington, which is in the Netherland, and they're my research..
"couve" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"This time of year, though, the games tighten the second half of the year. How the game change. Well, you got to think I don't think anybody really looks at the standings prior to Christmas and. The early part in the year guys are fresh us a little bit more free willing attitude systems. Probably artists in places. They should be. The coaches haven't deflated game. So it's. There's just a lot more open. But as these games down here down the stretch aid every point so valuable now and guys teams are jockeying for position. If you look. Standings, how close it is, you know, throughout your getting. Team's best every night because you're almost in those do or die situations. And you just look across what we're playing. Tonight. I mean, they were probably left for dead month and a half ago when we saw them in Vancouver. Now, look at them one of the hottest teams in the league and nipping at a playoff spot. So you've got these teams that are feeling good about themselves, and and and playing well, and and and wanting to get in and it's a grind every single Laden. And. That's what that's what you get the last couple of months a year. And their thing is everybody had a big break. So everybody's fresh now, and that just adds to the competition, as you know, the end of the year closes Couve, obviously, comfortable conversation. Kelly about the whole situation where you just talked about his professionalism and how it took. I don't know what news big part of our team. So he's. Ryan's. I think he probably nauseam. We've heard this line. But you need more than twenty guys on the ice to. If you wanna have any chance of going deep into the spring and. Ryan's big part of our team. And he he brings not only on the basis valuable to us as a coaching staff and the team. No, he's not playing every night right now, but he will play. Brayden point coach gets a goal either nine after being out outside the statistics..
"couve" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Next Mason in Ireland ESPN LA. Hey, we're starting the show. Again, why we shouldn't. I have no idea. Jay why research? Started the show did the first segment not like it for segment to get it actually go out into the ethos or with just starting didn't have by the way. It's it's into the ether not the size said ethos. And I mean, it ethos is like a work ethic. Right. Ether is out into the into the space into the units. Winter you correcting me on my no, I always correct you. But my most of the time it turns out that the words you made up are actually write. These are two words that are both words you just misuse one. Other words for one of the synonyms for ethos is atmosphere is very quick sonic of you. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yesterday. I tried to slide by with quiz quixotic. And it was pressed. Yeah. That was it was completely wrong. Use of the word. All right. So lakers. Just got the doors blown off last night. Well, how's the how's the chant go LeBron's going to trade? You get that was real. That was Ingram goes to the free throw line. And I don't even know how they coordinated it. No. It's very impressive. They must add a cheerleader. Right. Your leader. I've no idea. What that was do. I did you play something. That was Brandon Ingram on the fans. Chanting does the actual thought it was I thought it was actually the fans chanting, but it's not it's this. Still with roles. I mean, not bad through in her worse. Way worse things that Amman while vow bogdonovich tumor. Folded state was not the twenty one for the field three via four before that when he was on that ridiculous. Tear fat seventy percent during those four games has habits twenty two over the last seven. So it's a nice were hit affects. Was Billy mattress ignoring it. Yes. Was he pretending it wasn't even happening. Yes. That's exactly what he was brilliant brilliant. I have no idea what he said. All I heard was the chanting did you? Yeah. What what Billy said sort of faded in the background. Did you acknowledge it zero? What did not acknowledge it during the game? Why? Because we're the Laker stays you're describing what's actually happening in the arena. It's part of the game. Didn't do it. Wow. Did not want to do to get his because plain as day. We were we were sitting at home listening to it. Right. And it was the lead on sportscenter. Yeah. But it was during the game. You know, we're working for the Lakers. So why would we highlight chat that says with wait a minute? But I mean, realistically, they there's there's not it's not entirely untrue. No, wait a minute. It's one hundred percent true. Right. I I'm I'm saying, well, I mean, the idea of the LeBron is personally doing it is is not exactly true is is little Bryant can't get on the phone in trade someone. He I mean, he can Couve convince. Magic to do it. Right. Right. Lebron's not on his phone trade. You know, here's a thing. John. I you said go out and get Bradley Beal or somebody would you? I just wanted to ask if you would consider I mean, in my mind, you've you've got limited options here. This is this is the problem. You've got limited options. You.
"couve" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"I'm gonna have to be locked up because I started having all these. Incessant and horrible thoughts. Mike. We had visions as well. Not like right in front of me. But in my mind that kept fluffy and. Yeah. Seven seven full on panic time for two weeks and help. Yeah. I was in. I was in LA at the time you work in the house doing house working as well during this time during the just come. I just finished because I did a show for five years. So in the downtown without show, I was real characters sometimes two weeks without working. So instead of saying stating Couve, I'll go down to LA weather where we're at mates. And yeah. I actually really really famous actress. But my boyfriend knew he reached out to her 'cause she suffered with. Some anxiety depression, they reached out to her when she gave me luck huge list of of. Therapists go which was really kind in. I went to one and it wasn't right for me. I was his last client on the last client on a Friday and talking to to see the eyes glaze. Yeah. Yeah. That's really sad for you. Hundred fifty dollars for an hour. So you go did you try and find somebody else did? But then I, but because I was traveling so much I started Skype in on him Wales. And I just got really paranoid about what I was telling her. What she was telling me about 'cause fell felt too. She also knew that I was an actress. And so it just felt an also doing it through a web come. I've just got really just really a came about. Yeah. And so, and so I haven't really confront own since it has. Subsided. Because you've taken steps to look after yourself. But yeah. Yeah. And I think. I exercise a lot now which really really helps. Yeah. I know what triggers my anxiety. I know what I'm feeling shoes. I mean, all of it is around my mental vehicle and you sleep. Oh, great sleeping by one. I'll be actual way through the day..
"couve" Discussed on Audio Theatre Central | Exploring Family Friendly Audio Drama
"Minute there. I thought you were just reading list of words, I know, you know, many descriptions, no offense to you and your at all. But that sounds like it was written for John four Nov Kenji things. That's right. Three drama. Yeah. Yeah. It's like it's like a vocabulary list there. Classes several moments at thought I was back in high school doing my spelling words. But this this idea. Oh my goodness. That summary just nails perfectly. It's it's a really nice compact way to summarize three hours of amazingness. And we cannot forget the book ends on this one is another reason why it is a little long. Yeah. Yeah. Closing book into several several minutes. I didn't count exactly how long 'cause I'm just into it. You know, right. It's probably one of the longest closing book. Oh, yeah. Think ever? Yeah. Definitely. Well, here's a little teaser. This is not the same. When we played before. This is knee did cut. Good. Just in case. You haven't heard it yet. Here's a little taste of treasure of the secret co I'm cutting Hamilton this shit. I came across some scraps basil. Recent light is curious but the blades to come show it to you since they'd mentioned pinton Couve is their own. To better than one. The cargo. Say what? Thank you. Walter. The Bisset crushed against the rocks and all was little st-. Catch with destruction comet once again. If one force the other lift him up that we pray blessing over your union. I'm quite for every day to be reunited with Matt deal daughter. I recognized the futility of my own life put low to him that is alone when he falls. Is that the law of marriage? I hope it's a be the hot of our marriage to trust and love one another listen. Let your hearts be open. I love fews and the current but concerned what she must think. He's I seen and every day. Prayed..