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"cuiaba" Discussed on Eclosion

Eclosion

07:21 min | Last month

"cuiaba" Discussed on Eclosion

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"cuiaba" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

07:40 min | Last month

"cuiaba" Discussed on WEEI

"Gave him a wrench. You were talking about Michigan State and Rockers. T C U Kansas coming up a little bit later on College coming up right now In the NBA. We have Utah and Brooklyn. That's the sole early game here at 7 40 eastern time. Utah Jazz Laying 4.5 total is 2 25.5. I guess. You know, if you're gonna play this game, you could take a look at some of the player props here. The save, Ning said. You know the the Brooklyn next getting 4.5 points right now. It's quite the swing. Everybody is just completely jumped on on Utah. Here. Kyrie Irving's playing carousel playing Joe Harris is play. Yes. You know, they have Spencer again with you, and they don't have Kevin Durant. But all right, let me we've got a couple of more minutes to think about this before we make a final decision. No, I gave bring it. I think I'm gonna pass. I think that I think that game sucks. It Z either Brooklyn or nothing. We got that update. Um, I think there's a couple guys out for the Lakers. Maybe tonight. I know Memphis is gonna be one of those big, ugly dogs. But getting 10 points with Memphis is the home dog. I know. We like Chicago. Maybe Carmine likes and ugly pooch tonight to remember Last time we were all on Charlotte. Together that worked out at Charlotte. Plus 8.5. We gotta find something because I don't like this Utah Brooklyn Game one bit, buddy. Carbide Bianca Wager. Talk steps up there. What's going on, Carmine? How much man How you guys doing? Yeah, That's Charlie. One was easy. Uh, it was one of those ones. I told you plus eight and you take the you take the dog and you take the money line and both came in so Pretty happy about that. This is an ugly car tonight. I like some totals, but that's pretty much it. This It is Listen, coloring. So hold on. So the Brooklyn Nets starting lineup tonight. Kyrie, Irving, Bruce Brown, Tauron Prince Jeff Green, Jared Allen. Joe Harris, DeAndre, Jordan on Bond Kabarole or on the bench. All right, well, there there. Very bizarre. Okay, game. We left off the bullet head and I forgot about it. How the hell did we not take Vanderbilt plus the 12 against Kentucky? Like it's early. You're winning out, right? Like I know, I just I just game I just saw it and I'm like, what are we doing? Kentucky can't lay double digits against anybody, man. Anybody Vanderbilt's basketball teams, not their football team. They could play anyway. We'll have that one on the table. That's Carmine. What total you looking at the embassy tonight? Yeah, I've got it. I got three. I like I I took the under. And, uh, in this, uh, the Brooklyn game. Sorry. I took the over in the Brooklyn game have the under in the Lakers game and then the under in the Timberwolves game, So three totals for me. It's one of those things where, uh, When you do great on sightings here, like I'm King of the world. And then the next day you go in three insides and like I'm not taking sides anymore. I'm going to totals s 03 totals I like and they've pretty much gone. My way as far as like steam from the opener, so I'm pretty happy about that is when they move against me. I'm not that happy. I'm tempted by the Brooklyn next, plus the points tempted by the Nets, plus the points. I do think there's gonna be a lot of points in that game. As you mentioned camp meant for so that ugly dog The same name. The Clippers air leg points tonight. They're five and two against the spread. I'm going to maintain my my stance. I'm going to roll the dice tonight. Chicago Bulls, plus the points Carmine Chicago Bulls at Portland. Yeah. Night. Well, it's zeal just to see what the numbers at it. That's pretty high, but I don't know. I heard a lot of believing that it's not really want to be. Oh, I don't know. Yes. You really want to go into sport inside with Chicago. My stands. We want your support. No, no, You're not feeling the bulls. Oh, no Feeling any side right now, man, I'm just, um, come totals today the only side for me today. Eyes in that gold the juniors today Canada over the U. S. That's my only started today s Oh, no, I don't have a problem a problem That's just too bad Fanduel and others don't have a number. But like all these gauges can and it's going to take a look at the MBA is really annoying like this. Like, Yeah, I like this team, and then you look at their lineup and it's like, Oh, all right. Marketings out with Cove. It Wow. How long's yo, What's the deal? Now? He doesn't have it. Whatever. Dude, blah, blah Colvin Protocol Marketing's out and my main man. Sat around skate him. Love Saderat skis. Deli. Yeah, boy or sad. Rasky tested positive for Colvin. No, he's out. So the bulls are dealing with this covert stuff coming in here tonight. I don't know. You know, let's just pass. As you stated, maybe I'll jump in in college basketball. You're right. We should have gotten in on Vanderbilt. Maybe I don't know. Let's see. Maybe there's a live soccer game was something that Carmine can help us out with. With that I was gonna tell you, Gabe, uh, the Ping pong match. I was looking at the table tennis and that loser that you bet on before all of us that he's a real hero tonight that laying 3000. It's that big s o. That guy that you took the turkey Now tonight, he's like, sweeps the board he loses, He loses three in a row. And now he sweeps when you don't have just you're waiting. I don't know these people that says that things are fixed and stop because I lose, but I'm telling you right now, if there's any sport that's fixed in the world, guys, I found it. I believe Frank. That's on this. How the hell Yeah, and Vladimir's basement like I will. How do you regulate that? Carmine and I got on it. Yesterday It was two Russian dudes playing pinball and they shot it's not like the Korean guys of the Dutch guys. Words like Oh, God, these guys, you're amazing. These guys were like hidden in that and like They were missing. Serves and Listen, I guess I'm the mark. I bet on it, Carmine, But after I bet on, I realized that I just got hustled by the Moscow Bob. I got shaking down. I got shit true. It's what we do, man. There's days on on Saturdays. I get my one o'clock or whatever card in and there's like 20 minutes. And I've done everything and I'm bored. I got 20 minutes before the game starts, and I hop on and there's like virtual horse racing. Where there you're watching a cartoon horses go around the track, and he did so for the sports. So what? What can you tell us that about? What do you think about this game? Then? Right now I know you're a view event. This fan. What about you vent, dude? Uh, you're you're really scraping them. They're, uh, talker. Cuiaba versus human. Even do it. Yeah, No, my only you know your time. My only my only soccer game Today was the uh, F L Cup semifinals in England. Tottenham over Brentwood had Tottenham and that was pretty much it. So, uh, two nil win for them and I've got three plays lined up for you guys whenever you're ready for them. Yes, we should have called you.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Gorgeous day in Saint Louis could be a gorgeous weekend. We just keep lucky not with the weather and that's a good thing because we're gonNA have football back in Saint Louis, county high school football this weekend we'll talk about that coming up on the program as schools were able to make their case to return to the field at home within the county limits earlier this week you've got a huge matchup that I'm actually going to be. A part of so talk about that CBC and dismissed tomorrow we're going to visit with both head coaches both Robert steeples former Mizzou star in the head coach of the defending. State. Champ. Dismay. Football Program will also Gentler Scott Pringle the head coach over at CBC. So looking forward to talking to both of those guys as we get ready for a great game tomorrow at noon, it's met we'll hear from David Cuiaba Saint Louis Post dispatch who's been covering the developing story does a great job covering High School Sports Talk Nfl in College Football Friday. So didn't know that we would be spending time talking about high school football. As things have changed within the region. So we will get to some NFL some pick some daily fantasy Ben Heisler sports illustrated. In our next segment and we'll also hear from Ben Frederickson of the Saint Louis Post dispatch should a fun time chatting? Ben, for Ben Fred Friday's last night that's up at scoops with Danny Mac dot com right now and Mizzou. Tigers will be an action against Lsu. Cars are done blizzard done. It could be center stage for drink quits and Mizzou for the next couple of months. So all that coming up the Friday edition of the program, the Cris Ravi show on scoops with Danny Mac. Dot. com. Roll down the windows. Let's have fun. Let's get ready for the weekend and let's go. Welcome and happy Friday. Hope you're having a wonderful day. It's the Chris Rock show on scoops with Danny Mac dot com I'm your host Chris Rabi so high school football will.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"All right. George. I just ate Cilicia. That's a meat pie. This'll be packed. Yeah. It's called up Stellato that got me moving. Moving straight for us. We were wondering what these things are croquettes ham, croquettes instead Coquito, no curl curl caked up. There you go said, he's our delicious to. And then these, these are, so the meat pies. And then there's some more stuff in here. That's more desert suffer. These are a little sweeter. So these are guava pastries on the left new. So they why Allah tell that quiet. Isla jaba. Jaba go guar ya. Qui- JABA back that you're going to play up side, you have a cream cheese and guava. So you nice. They why Hoon postal Cuiaba case close enough. So he goes, you guys can try this. This is great. Thank you. This is all you got on benthic stuff from Tropicana bakery, right here in Downey, which is the spot like if you want legit, not, I'm not trying to disrespect anyone else who does Cuban food in southern California places, but that is the most as someone who's Cuban and has had it all my life. That is the most authentic place in the south last close. Excellent so explain to me, what the hell is happening with Magic Johnson. Okay. So magic con. Saint. Okay. So here there's just a long series of tweets saw the Brad Turner, one initially that he was supposed to be at the coin meeting. Right..

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"cuiaba" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"And, and the gay rights movement comes around, and they say, basically, the same thing they say, you know, there's this promise in the constitution that everybody sort of gets left alone, and that's not being applied to me and Americans buy large go. All right. Fair enough, that's cool. And then we've reached a point where to even invoke the principle is considered reestablishing, the hierarchy of power dominance. That's the part that I find extremely dangerous about what's happening. Now, if you quote the declaration, if you quote the constitution by its very nature, this is now considered an act of white supremacy. This is now considered an act of hierarchical power, because the actual story of America is not the consistent invocation of good principles in order to broaden those principles, the actual story of America is a hierarchy of power crammed down on people with less power who have to fight militantly in order to gain it, and if they have to cynically, use those principles from time to time to get there, then they will, but the reality of America is minority groups struggling for power over majority groups, and eventually those majority groups will will have the point because because it's our principles. This is what bothers me about the shore of Amari. Tack on David French is essentially saying it's your all your Catholic. Sentencing, essentially saying that the, the liberal idea is alternately illiberal, if he illiberal idea, ultimately each itself, and in this moment, you can make that argument. But I'm not sure you could make that argument as as a central unnecessary. I do not think it has to be this way. I think this is something again, that has been manufactured by the left liberal here. I actually probably agree with Michael on this moral. I'm watching this. That's not. That's not a shot at. That's not a shot at liberalism. I, I mean I got you. I think the second time you were on my show to admit that in a normal sane world. You are a classical liberal heart. Of course. Right. I mean that the that those enlightenment principles and the belief in the individual and laze fare economics, and light-touch government that all those things we all basically agree on that. And then there may be some differences on. Let's say abortion or a couple of other things. Okay, fine. But that gets what I was saying before that things that don't define themselves as conservative tend to veer off in. Baseball. And I'm sort of, I'm sort of are now it SARS because it sucks. But I'm sort of. I don't see an out on that. Think well, here's. The, the claim of liberalism, you know, you had all of this, at the end of the nineties, they said liberalism, that's it. We've reached the end of history as what food, Cuiaba wrote and the claim of liberalism is that it's not an ideology like all the other ideologies that it's actually just the neutral playing ground. It makes no claims you can all do whatever you want. You can hold whatever views you want, and what we're seeing now increasingly so is that it does make certain claims it does have certain premises. It is not tolerant. It's not tolerant of intolerance as were seeing on YouTube, and all these social media platforms. It is an idiot. I love liberalism, every American conservative defense, what is largely liberal tradition? But what a lot of these writers are so rob started to say this, and then other people have said that since is that liberalism is not sufficient in and of itself. There are other premises that we have to think about. Still mcgurn wrote this in the very eloquently, and they Wall Street Journal, where you said liberalism is essentially rests on a foundation that is pre Lupul, and that, that, of course, I mean that's my book, right? I mean my outfits, but, but I think that, but I think that there's something else that, that gets ignored in the American tradition of liberalism, which is that America is very liberal at the top federal level, but it's not particularly liberal when it comes down to the local level. Meaning that if you look at the tradition of federalism in the United States, there is never this idea that everything that goes for the federal government also goes for local school boarding..

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"cuiaba" Discussed on Queer as Fact

Queer as Fact

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on Queer as Fact

"So any touching any hand holding any kissing any dancing was totally off limits. Danny Galvan again remembers being in an offensively Cuiaba where he was told do not look away from the bought sit in your chair facing the bar because if you turn around that could be considered solicitation, if you start looking at the patron, God, well, that would yak balls weightless phone. I wouldn't go to just go to the ball, sit of the bog at your drink like your in a new law. Try and find meaning at the bottom of the glass like nothing. Nothing. That's That's what what it was. it was like. So I'd like to imagine this kind of system like passing notes, Glenn dates. Yeah. Few things mentioned. And I think it was physically Antic light who will mention later on picked up Craig, so they couple while there were some things out cruising. And he says something like oh, you know, he tapped his foot and looked this way. And then they'll like ways of communicating ways of signaling ways of seeing signaling because of these problems in being a ball, mafia. Run gave all it's very common because they were legal underground BAAs, and death. We didn't have to bail these garbage laws while because it was and legal underground Baugh nudged, anyone could get into starring won't you couldn't just walk into the windows, all blacked out and bought it over the doors is being heavy reinforced with steel door and those little people in the door. Too. Yeah. So he'd come up to the door. They look at you say that people if the bouncer recognized you he let you in. They might ask you to describe the inside of the barge approve. You'd already being there. Got in time with friends we get into the best. I can tell you, if you're with someone they knew would get in. And I think that's kind of how they build. That's how words breads. Yeah, that's how they built a community of patrons button is the insides distinct do. Can you just kind of make all what? Like the rundown ball, like you'll be like, yeah, there's a sticky pool table late great mats on the bar, and they'd be like checks out in you go. Thing to say because the mafia wanna make money off staying well, but they didn't really want to put any money into stonewall, lamb, so. Yes. Baas continue. Bob. So the inside is painted black because they wanted to cover up, the five image. I want to put any money into that. Down so dark in here I think it will, I think it must have been like black inside they will alike colored lights and later on. Well, I mean, we're talking about nineteen sixty nine now in about nine sixty eight they installed ultraviolet lights as well. Okay. So it sounds like a nightclub. So it's more like a club in that. I imagine it's filthy. Oh, yeah. We gotta talk about helping people. I mean, if it's super dock and all the lighting is like colored and. There's a health and safety is flat to you. No, no, no. Yes. Speaking of OH behind the ball, there was no running water, cool. So they had to big tall today dispute with water rinse and reuse at all. Yeah, it's pretty bad. Craig blames this for hepatitis outbreak. Amongst game in. I think it was the kind of eight kind of time. I think Craig's long frankly, that sounds medically sound because they'll, it's also get these types of one of them. So there was in the bathrooms are so they would also empty these tubs into the toilets and the toilets. But sometimes by sometimes, I mean, very often flow all over the bathroom floor. Yeah. The water that comes out of a taffeta bathroom is clean zoo. Feeling it up. Put things that you're going to drink in into this, tub any good pregnant aren't glosses. That's ridiculous gloss. I would have come to Stein what with my keep. Yeah. It sounds pretty dia. Police raids also raise the common, the INS did pay off the local police quite a lot of money..

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"cuiaba" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live

The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on The Emotional Happiness Podcast with That Anita Live

"Get your free copy at that Benita live dot com slash people. And we're back with Cuiaba going through her emotional rollercoaster story of. Living life in a major metropolitan area. Because what she went through is not a loner story is not a one of a kind story. But we are here today to make sure that as the view is watching as you are here. You learn and we all. Do better is when you learn better, you do better. Now, you mentioned earlier that forgiveness is not a switch that you flip in walkaway from. But it's something that has to be managed on a regular basis. How did you get to a place of forgiveness for everything that you've been through? That place was actually behind bars when I was in a sale looking at the fifteen thirty years that I was supposed to be sent his with. I was upset and I was angry with God. Because I did everything that my grandmother told me to do if I prayed to God, then he would answer me if I got on my knees, if I cried out to him that he will make everything. Alright. And in that moment of being angry with him. There was a quiet voice in my ear because I was upset. I was just screaming like you left me. You left me? And that voice it I didn't leave you you left me. And so you have a lot of reflection time especially in prison where there's nowhere to go. And so I just started the really think about it. Because when I heard you left me, I'm trying to figure out what do you mean that I left you, and I had left from serving the life that he wanted me to serve going and going. Opposite direction. And so it had started to look at everything for an example, being the alternative lifestyle was a choice that I may because I really didn't like men and it was because of my dad not because they weren't interested in me. It was because I didn't have that relationship that I wanted with my father, and then I looked at. Okay. Well, I blamed my father for this. And then I blame my father for that. And I blamed him for all of these other things people have actions. But how we react is. What matters. Yes. And so if I continue to react to his actions, then I'm no better than he is. I'm no better than the next person. And so what I had to do is realize that I had to let that go. So that I could move on. I had to understand that they were not actions because of what he did. Yes. People do things all the time. Somebody might hit your car that doesn't mean you haul off and hit them when they get out the car. No you understand. An accident. And I believe truly in my heart that it was not my father's plan to be distant or separate out of my life. But I've happens, and I had to realize that for every action that he outplayed that I had to make my own reaction, and it could not be want to get back at him. And so from learning that I had to I forgive myself because I was the one who chose to do the things that I know I chose to pick up the drugs, I chose to be particular technique or activity that you did that helped you get to a place of forgiveness. So when I look back at it now, and the tools that I used to help other women and men as I you got to reveal it. And that's what I did. When it when I was in that sale. I was thinking about everything that I had gone through. And then you have to get to a stage where you have to release it in my releasing was okay, God, I'm sorry. I'm sorry for being upset with you. I'm sorry for the decisions that I made. So it's an mittens you have to mid. In order for you to release it. And then I had to regain my confidence. Because how many of us have been in any type of relationship or situation ship? I like to call it sometime that you feel that your lack in that area. And that you can't go on if you've been in a relationship where somebody's broken your heart. Now, you're frayed to actually love again. So you have to regain confidence all over again in that area to know that hey, I am where the being love. And there is that person that's out there for me. So it's revealing releasing every gaining your confidence. How do you help people do that? So we go through a series of steps, and I talked to people, and they want to tell me everything that's happening today. And when I listened to them, I'm like, okay. So we need to go back there. Okay. Because that's typically were everything begins. There was a person that I was talking to dealing with her. She was in a domestic violence relationship. And I'm straight straightforward. I told her, you know, you come to me because you want help and I want to be that person for you. But there are some things that you're going to have to do you're gonna have to make the decision the conscious. And that's what forgiveness is actually making a decision deciding today that you will no longer being that stuck place. And so I told her I said within your relationship there are several things that can happen. You can continue to be in this relationship and be abused. You can either be so upset that something happens. And that you abuse them. Then you can be in a situation where you're going to jail because of it then you can be in a situation where you die. Which person enough forget the other situation. It can be the one that you walk away and you're moving towards new life. What person do you wanna play in this row? She says she wasn't ready. And so this like I said going back to it. It's a decision. So the first thing that we have to do in any place in any measure of this is to decide because I can talk to you all day long about what happened back then was happening right now. But if you have not made the conscious decision say, I'm moving forward. There's no where we can go. So that's the number one thing that told that I give somebody to make that conscious decision to be ready. You have to be ready get yourself, and I go back to looking at everything that happened to me. I was mentally concentrated before. I had even met the bar. Okay. Hold on break that down. Tell us what that means, mentally and concentrate is the place that you put yourself in the mindset that you put yourself in the lack mindset. I'm not worthy. I am. I'm not beautiful. You know, when I look in the mirror. Oh, I don't like the way my body looks. You put yourself in that place. Why not say, oh, I am beautiful. Oh, I'm going to change the way that my body looks. That's changing your mindset, giving you a new spirit a new life. It's like a putting on putting on an anointing on your face. Right. I go back to church because I am faith-based. When you go to church, you don't walk into church sometimes with the anointing on. No. Once you get into it. You start walking in it. Because if we did we wouldn't eat thirty to forty five minutes appraising, worship, we got into guest. You to get into that place. Right. You have to walk into their hair. And then as long as you continue continuously do it, then anointing will come. Okay. So now, let's get into blessed hand. Yes. Your latest book. Yes. This latest. Note that I just came out with one it's a mental health Cohen. It's not that easy. Stop telling me to get over it. That's a book collaboration that launched last month. Okay. A pathway to forgiveness. Yes. Blessed hands tell us what is what does this book about? So that book is merely six situations in my life that I had had to overcome f forgive myself in and one of those stories which stood out which is standing out strong to me today. It's called heaven's angel. And that is a story about an abortion it I hadn't why is standing out to me day. It's because all my travel here. It was literally the same direction. Like when I got to the area the facility of where we are. Now. I'm like, I remember the street. I remember the street, and it was taking me back to that place. You see on television where people, and this is something that I'm still working through you see on the television. Where people have the signs saying, you know, don't kill the baby you're going to hell this third. And so in that story, I share how I made the conscious decision to aboard and child and within that it was not just because I didn't want it. I just gone through a C section didn't wait with me. And my husband, we didn't wait. And you know, then it ended up having to we got pregnant, and so I was faced with challenges of not having a healthy child or me, not you know, being because everything wasn't healed properly yet. And so and I had dealt with postpartum depression. So I was already in this place. And I I really didn't want to be a mother. I love my. Done. But I didn't want to be a mother and to hear that I'm going to have to do this all over again. And the way that the surgery and everything I was just like I can't do this again. And so I made that decision. And when I did I went in I wasn't far loan. So I was able to take a pill, and they said that I would have to come back, and I was really upset about having to come back to deal with this all over again. It's a lot just to get there that point and that point in time, and so I had to come back. And when I came back, they told me that the baby was still there. I could still carry to term, but it will be deformed. Because partial of her brain was gone, and I say her because I know it was a her. I don't care what anybody says, I knew my son was a son, and I know that she was a sheet. So it just brought back memories of that. And I'm still working with forgiving myself in the book is the first time that I've shared it that book came out actually, January two thousand nineteen and so I had I had to release it. I'm continuing to release it. But the biggest part of me is that I bought it. Somebody's destiny. And so I think that's the part that hurts so much. But okay. 'cause that can take me to a whole 'nother place. Okay. What advice would you give somebody that's going through that?

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"cuiaba" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"We're at the third biggest was the third biggest heard. Notre Dame more like Notre dumb. I right. Notre dominates more like notra dummy. Sistine Chapel more like Sissy chapel, right? Everyone. So Stephanie brandy that x. morning you're in their room again. Brady's back to whisper remote. She's like humans. Last night Dandridge Leandra screaming, and this is where brandy always wins me over again, our action. It was. She was this was better than that stupid thing last year where she pretended to be leeann. This to me was actually like wanna brand is best moments of all time. Yes, her invitations are perfect. She's imitating Deandra and then Leandra fighting over who's the Queen of the group? Yeah. And she and she impersonates she's like, basically leeann and the Andhra beneath each other's faces. And and leeann was like bridge, you know, that ain't true. I am the Queen. She liked it a perfectly dander at you. I'm now and she's like, moving your head like them and everything Bram you're really good with that. Just choose one with it. Impersonator like stop with. Okay. This is the note. Okay, brandy because we do like you still even though we will rant. We ran because we love. Okay. We are like two little Simmons's. Okay. Gay St.. Simmons's ak- December and basically do the impersonations because that's funny. Also I am so livid that we did not get to see the Andhra and leeann like, you know, have like a pissing match over who is the Queen of the show because that's what this was about, like who is the Queen of real hassles, a Dallas, and as much as I love the Android, I do love her and she's been so great as an as an addition. I mean, liens the Queen of the show. Right? I mean, she's like one of the top. She's probably like a top-five real housewife. I mean, I don't think you can be the Queen when he came on later, like to Cuiaba Queen. Yeah, we're not saying that we have a good relationship with leeann. We lovely. And so I want full disclosure. We hung out with her drank. She came to our show, we say the true like no bias like like, she's the grain, like. It's just it's just a back, but it's also hilarious. That's their fight. And I would never think that Andrew would even be in that fight. Like I would think that she'd be cares back. And her in her interpretation of it. She does say that she's like, we're fine and Lee him the Queen. I'm bits Queen of wet talking about dumbest thing. I've ever heard my life. I'm sorry. Are you the air to the hard night? Good morning empire. I don't think so. I don't think so. Okay. Do you know l. twenty do you know what l. twenty two is, you know. Hard morning. I love that as brand is the staff Steph is just like cracking up in bed. She's like, just like cannot because you knows exactly what it was like. She can already tell. Talk about age shaming, Stephanie and brandy do it every time. She's like, that is the Thames thing I've ever heard. I mean disagreement within the fifty year old women. I think of. Two fifty. Isn't that when you're supposed to fight over a crown by the way? I mean, I know I just aren't game of thrones but isn't it like you're supposed to reach fifty and be like, okay, I'm supposed to be Queen. Now why am I not Queen? Okay. I'm gonna fight. Yeah. Breakfasts, definitely Italy and can't camera. Okay, girls today you can do anything. I'm calling it a free day. Isn't that what? Novel concepts? She's like, ternary. So she starts ripping up literal paper and she's Kerry gifts, wet rip you can ski the guess what rip you can strengthen church mass. Stephanie guess what you can go snowmobiling and yearly. There's one requirement you must ought.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

The Masked Man Show

14:01 min | 2 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

"To. In the title it was right, but medicine relying w even though he won the title at wrestlemainia thirty two Cuiaba venture would even though that's like when triple h triple h come on. Yeah, he'll put on this point including maybe the entertainment more on that later on. But yeah, so I guess everyone listening to this knows what happened knows what happened since summer slammer at summer slam, but Roman reigns one at summer slam. Yup. He against Brock listener. Finally filled the the beast before the match bronze room and comes out. And he says, I'm cashier when everybody we run the lever words. Yeah, by the way, four managers at summer zoom have the worst job in the world. Can we agree on that floor managers not for the, you know, the people who have to tell people to sit down. Oh yeah, because I, there's sometimes where they can't tell people to sit down. But then if somebody's sitting down standing up in the middle of the match than they have to be a, hey, get down get down. Yeah, it's this job and there's always the wind dude. We had the window. There's always the one dude who just has an ongoing issue with them. It's always like, oh, please tell that lady to sit down. Yeah, it's always a sleeveless t shirt guy. Yeah, no matter what it's like that lady's been standing up the entire time. Yeah, it sucks. We talked about that or I mean at wrestlemainia had the same thing where there was like a family of four behind me who were like, we spent forty thousand dollars for these seats. Can you please sit down first off? Don't spend that much money on wrestling unless you're Paul Manafort you know, like if you, if you don't spend an amount of money where that you will have your heartbroken if the person in front of you is standing up because they will stand general. Rule of thumb don't spend that amount of money. Yeah, don't spend money to get your heart broke, and that goes for gambling. That goes for a wet until me. Until me. Story about Michael Jordan. When he, I think when he bought the Bob cats or now the Hornets he served showing up at the country club like the the, the Charlotte area country club, and he walked into the poker room where all these like gin -til you know, like businessmen were chilling out playing cards or whatever, and he's on the black klansman eggs, Agra India, and he just sat down and and you know, said he wants to play, he wants to play for money or whatever. And the guy across the local hero champion was just like how much you wanna play for in Jordan. Just like that of inset, however, much makes you nervous, which is probably apocryphal, but it's perfect. That's eight a drone win now. I think the guy actually, but yeah, it's like you don't. You don't spend that kind of money. All of that is to say, we had wonderful seats on the floor that were, you know, somewhat of a wonderful on occasion by metro. Thank you bring me. Yeah. Who's being you and at ten? My my, my little nine year old and he, it was his first pay per view, and he loved. It. They had a great time. It was. It was a whole lot of fun, man. I mean, just it was it could. It couldn't have been better, but anyway, Browns Roman and comes out. Everybody goes, nuts. Brown says, I'm going to cash in his briefcase on whoever wins this match. And then he didn't get to do that because during the match Ville to the outside Brock listener said, you know, I'm just beat him up for the heck of it. Gave him the f. five hit him with the briefcase. Yeah, actually turn to you and said this. The moment before it happened. I was like, why is he bothering with the f. five? Why does he just hit him with the ring steps? Because it's not a decoy hit someone who's not in the match. Right. And then he did indeed get the briefcase and a chair and beat him up. And by the way like they should not let Brock listener throw that briefcase. That was the craziest thing I was like was done something like that before I've, we've had the same conversation to look it up. So he was destroying Seth Rollins as car, maybe. So there was another time where he threw something things of a car that if it, if it had gone an inch, the other way would have literally killed a person in the audience which is like, speaks to either how ethylene girl lucky Brock listeners. I think both anyway, he, he tossed the briefcase. Destroyed bra bronze, Stroman, and then got in the ring with the chair little self-satisfied and then he gets speared by Roman reigns. Now, there are a lot of moments this weekend. Little tiny moments that deserve that likes for whatever reason. I just wanted to stop Pau push pause on the whole weekend just, you know, like do say, I'm not worthy over and over again. Right? One of those was the super kick from Adam Cole to Ricky shea and it will you talked about in a little bit Samoa Joe's promoted AJ styles during the match the wild daughter AJ's daughter, saying daddy, you're bleeding unscripted was maybe it was the money, maybe that wasn't. But there are a lot of really small things. I want to hand out one of these like wrestling little things awards, which is a, there's got to be a better name for it than that, but we should make this recurring segment because there's all the little things that what matters if you have any good ideas for this little award that it's the world's tiniest award a we award. I wanted nominate Brock listener. Getting speak at speared by Roman reigns, hit the chair that he was holding. He flung as as he was getting hit, but it bounced off the rope and landed back on his face as he's getting pinned, which first of all had to hurt, even if it was like the latest version of a chair falling onto your face. And then Brock had the presence of mind to brush to remove the chair from his face so that the pin would look clean and it would. It was really well done. Just go watch Brock just be like, what does this on my face? Oh, this shouldn't be here and toss it off without looking like he was fully coherent or maybe knows what he's doing. And he's throwing a briefcase then. That was fantastic. So Roman reigns wins the biggest boob of the entire. I will say people were really into that match bronze. Romans presence helped a lot. There was not like people weren't just like shooting on Roman the whole time in, you know, in a way that they could have been, although they booed him when he came out quite quite a bit. But the biggest boo of the night was not Romans entrance. The biggest booth night was the when the show ending Chiron popped up on the Jumbotron and everybody realized that there wasn't going to be a cash because we're we're, we were sitting right, we didn't. We thought bronze. Roman was still lying on the floor like it didn't really occur to us that like the cash was called off. I thought the cash and it would just be with a weakened Braun strowman or something. Right. All right. We nobody and I'm sure a lot of people in the arena, the big I've completed before that it's hard to what are the. The only downside about going to a live show is you're not following along like you would at home. You don't know what story's announcers telling on and on and on the cashing in thing both on Sunday night and especially on Monday night was very confusing and thank God. I reward. Because like I, I let actually Monday and I left Barclays thinking Stroman had lost the briefcase. Sunday was very weird and surreal moment in Barklays at thought because people went ape shit. When Braun came in then people and I had me and me and Mike Lawrence has been on the show before had an argument about about this. Nice. I see his point where he's like, why wouldn't he make it a triple threat match? That's the kind of Chambi is I argued that look. I mean, my big argument was I had a cave thing, which was like, well, he'd be Kevin Owens. It's it's that you can look at it as a torn amount, but I think the the bigger thing is will what do you where do you go with? Stroman is a champion. I'm not sure we have that answer yet. So I don't think you put the title on him yet. And I say that as like more of a Booker, not as is not as a fan because as a fan, I want Braun strowman to win the title and I wanna leave a pay per view. You know, super happy, but as a Booker, I'm like, this doesn't really make sense yet for like what. You're, you're taking one of us intriguing storyline, elements that you could have a couple of months, especially when September and October historically, pretty dead months for WBZ, and you're kind of throwing it out the window. If you put the title on Stroman or you have them lose against Roman, you're thrown that out the window. So understand why they did it. And I think that I I in k fehb I can respect the fact that briefcase is actually got a contract in it and you see, you can't just go, I want the match. You have to present the briefcase. So I except Sunday, Monday, although that was the mo- it was probably the greatest ending of raw that we've seen in years that was way Morgan fusing because I was like, oh, we left like, you know, me and I went with Dan Soder and Sandra named her up. Yeah, I'm I'm big into that. Although my name drop references are only like, you know, people who are like like like a I, I've never like John legend. It's just a people who are a couple steps of. Me and my career, you know, other people who've done the George Lopez show. I haven't even done that. That's what makes them a. No, it was actually a great time, and thank you Dan for we're gonna have to tickets and she got big cheers out med bonfire all up, giving them all the plug jerk now. But at the end of the at the end of the show, you know, like we, we left the arena thinking, okay, Braun lost his cash in and and that's it. And that's the end of the story. And that's an interesting story to tell. And now we're kind of setting up a dusty Rhodes, the four horsemen but then realizing that he hadn't done the cash and I, I don't know. It was a couple of degree degrees. Cute. So you covered the rest of it. Roman wins the title and show up for raw, and then they, they basically said the same way as they ended the night before bronze. Now going to wrestle in Ballard and Beller deserves the shot. And bronze says, I'm gonna which a big cave. Abram of that which cage that seats. Pointed out. It's like, why wouldn't you wear the demon make up for universal title match that this thing is not a pay per view. All right. He's not that mad. He'll wear it later on. When the monster and the demon k. fehb I feel like that works even better. If you know the in k. fade that you are better with the makeup on you. Then you basically give yourself a second chance. So you don't even need to lose the title and have automatic rematch if you get like if you do like beeps thing, if you do a b plus without the makes all those have it was if you can do a b. plus with the makeup off, then go to Stephanie McMahon and just be like, hey, listen, I got really close. You know, if I put the makeup on, I'm going to do better. Yeah, I get. I get what you're saying anyway, but I but I agree with you so they have a great match. Are you one of the best match of Rome rains career, Roman and fan have great chemistry there. Really. They're very good, and and so they have a wonderful match. Romans beat up Stroman caches comes down the Stroman coming in basically spelled the end of the match. They Finn got a little bit of an upper hand, but as messed up the flow enough that Roman got the win Stroman comes into cash and then the shield music. It's. And they came out looking like the old shield. They didn't come through the crowd, but they were dressed like the OJ redress like the old shield and they had that like, I'm gonna take you out look rather than like, hey, haywar your three to see, we're your three top company is, and we're here to beat your ass. Yeah, it was more of like, this is a, we're here to now take over the WB. You know, it felt very n w. oh yes, it did. It felt it Phil. I mean, it felt like all this. It was despite the fact that we got a reunion of the shield last year despite the fact that we. Fantasy book to shield reunions every five seconds. Yeah, this was I read, this is what I wrote about today. This was the last big surprise that we might ever have in pro wrestling. I don't know now not bid, but that level man, I mean that on that you've got gotta get clicks on an article. I'm Dan. I don't think that was the headline. There is nothing. There's never. There's never. I mean when the shield debuted. We like ninety eight percent of the people at summer slam windows at twenty. Twelve. That's been a long time. Been a while had survivor series when the ninety five or nine to ninety, eight percent of the fans had no idea who any of them were. You had to go on YouTube and search the letters FCW to figure out who these our, I guess there was annex t there at the end, but. This was like, who the fuck are. These dudes who are running in destroying everything. There's never going to be anyone who shows up in. There's never going to be anyone that gets a push of that level who we Brock listener. No, who we've never seen before. There's never going to be, who is this monster that I've never heard of? I'm on. I, I don't know about that. I think that's what I think. I mean, they look they, they didn't put Brown Stroman annex t and I know he came in kind of with a whimper by joining like the Wyatt family which had been already reconstructed and pulled apart at that point. I think that the only time we would get it as if they got bronze Stroman popped up, they kept him off inex- t. TV shot under him into a title title match against, like if they did Kane versus the undertaker with Stroman and his, you know, in just some other big dude, sure that dude's not going to be good if that do. Great Khali with undertaker when he came out your holy shit, who is this guy him work? And you're like our for payoff why? I mean, I just think it was. It was so awesome when they came out there back together. I don't even know if their faces or heels. I don't know if it matters. I don't think it does. I think that now there's a really interesting dynamic and that you're going to be, you know, you know, kinda reminds me of nineteen Ninety-seven like before deacs became full heels in the Austin run when it was like heart foundation, verse DX, versus you know, taker versus Austin, and they're all these kind of rival factions. And I think when you see, you know how popular the bullet club is that's really the the. That's really the way to go nowadays, you know, like like go with factions, I agree. I think my biggest, I if I wanna make one point, that's not. As much of a heartache is that was the last surprise we'll ever have in pro wrestling.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"Podcasts. Okay, cast before we can talk about the on Cuiaba think we have to address some issues here with the terminology surrounding them to Lutely. There's a few different terms bandied about Muscat in Gina STA which translates to gilded youth Jinjiang meaning young people, and of course on quiet, blah. All of these terms have been historically used to reference this group of two to three thousand refinish hipsters that we're going to speak about. Next. The problem lies in the fact that they're Eddie bitty slight differences in the shades of meaning between some of these terms and they're so slight that are not really going to get into it. It would take up too much time, but I just want to acknowledge that we know that he's slight kissed, but to me, I think the term genetic or gilded youth in on Cuiaba should work best for our purposes moving forward. Absolutely. And the term slightly preceded the term on Craiova which doesn't appear in usage until about seventeen ninety six. And what can we say about these terms? They are wonderfully descriptive. The gilded Hugh and the incredible 's. If you've already seen prints from the era depicting on crab LA, it's likely that this is something you have not forgotten because their style was so outlandish. And so over the top, it has been argued that the intentionally walked the line of being ridiculous. Yeah. And what is this all about? Why I I think the big takeaway here is that both movers and their male counterparts on Koya their manner of dress, March, sort of rebirth or return to fashion, had never really entirely disappeared during the revolution, but but it was kind of static for a period and at the same time, it was frequently wilted as a weapon to antagonize opposing political factions. And while politics does evidence is hand somewhat in on Cuiaba style. Really. It's been interpreted to be more about a return to the freedom of self expression rather than an act of protest in the words of fashion story. In Valerie Steele quote, fashionable young men were released from popular pressure to conform to simple patriotic dress. They wore an exaggerated version of English coats and cravat s- not because they were royalist immigration, but because the style was development from pre revolutionary high fashion and exaggerated. It was. Compared to the trend in men's where during the revolution for a somewhat slovenly, unkempt appearance. The unquote Abbas were accused of being foppish given the diligence that they applied to their appearance on initial inspection. One might get the impression that their air of nonchalance was the result of laziness, but in reality, it was very carefully crafted the English dial coats. Valerie still reference repeatedly are called square coats in period sources. They were a little bit on the longer side hitting a few inches above the knee, but they're defining feature was the way that they distorted the proportions of tailoring. Mainly the crazy wide lapels. They feature role yet. Oh, yeah. These lapels spanned the entire with of the body. They could be black or green and these callers signified their identification with this group. And when combined with short tight waistcoats in fancy patterns, skin type pantaloons and writing boots. Well, I think you can imagine that they cut quite a striking figure and in their excess Sary's where things take a really fun turn. The shirts weren't beneath vest, had exceptionally high callers, and the colors are wrapped in layers and layers of cravat all the way up to the tips of their ears and the fact that their necks were fully in sconces has been interpreted by some as visual allusion to protecting their next from the campaign of the guillotine executions, which had been enacted by the Jackson enemies, and we'll get to this in a bit, but we're definitely not finished discussing their somewhat strange appearance, no, because excess rising all of these aspects that we just mentioned frequently w-. Warned were large gold hoop earrings. So if you think pirates here folks on the right track, are they also had distinctive glasses known as quizzing glasses or alternately Spyglass, which was carried in one's pocket, and that was paired with a thick knotty. Cain, what's interesting to me is that these accessories, they're completely tied into the specific role that this subculture was playing at the moment. Remember at the beginning of episode, I mentioned that there was the draft imposed, you know, given the declaration of war on England, Austria and pressure. Well, this is how it plays out in on quotable style. The wearing of these glasses or the carrying of Spyglass has been characterized as being affectation of poor site which was used by some of the on Quayle those to evade military duty. It's that's interesting. Fashion mercy. We've mentioned him several times on the show. Now he was a real really well known contemporary journalists at the time. He said that the unquote Ahwaz where quote, a breed of men, preoccupied with peering elegant or absurd and who were transformed into women by the sound of drum and quote, yes. In fact, there was lots of chatter during the time about this. There's allegations at this sub culture was nothing, but a bunch of cowardly draft dodgers. And while this may be the case to some extent, as a hold on Kreil can best be described as being comprised of the petite bourgeoisie newly released prisoners and young men of the middle class. So office workers, shopkeepers minor government officials whose positions might have been procured for them. Perhaps to shield them from military servants. We skipped over something, but it's my favorite thing. I have one guest is that you can't wait to talk about their amazing hair as love it so much because you cannot get more hipster than and you really can't. Many of the on cobbles sheared the tops of their heads in this sort of really crazy haphazard. Shoveled manner like pieces were longer in one spot than others, but they left the back and the size of their hair. Long in two queues formed in loose. Ringlets came down over there. Yours and these were known as dog's ears. And then the longer back portion of their hair was frequently twisted up and held into place with hair comb or alternately. It could be plated down the back in berates an style called all of team here in this term, presumably as meant reference the victims of the revolution. So perhaps more specifically those victims of the guillotine. Because it said that this hairstyle that was weren't short at back was maybe in solidarity. I'm not entirely sure, but it was similar to the haircuts given to victims before meeting their monstrous end. So this whole picture just keeps getting crazy. Easier in crazier. Yeah, and not to mention the fact that one of the reasons aside from their fashions that they were called on Kreil was this highly affected manner of speech that they adopted. So they would pepper their conversations with the phrase on my word. That's incredible. And when pronouncing the incredible and French on cla, they dropped the art entirely as they did in general. So they just all got together, I guess just no, no more ours for us. We're just going to skip it. So it was say on COPA? Yes. So now that we have that picture painted, imagine a whole bunch of them together roaming the streets of Paris in search of Jakobsen loyalists to beat the crap out of. And that's part of the reason they carried those thick Nadi canes which they nicknamed they're quote unquote executive power when they use them as weapons. So basically the arm quite were sort of rowdy street gang policing Radha. Eliza and the whole time. I'm just thinking clockwork orange clock. For this reason, sometimes on crab are accused of having royalist sympathies, but it isn't exactly that's simple. Many were patriots to the revolutionary cause, but them innately disagreed with carnage inflicted by the Jacqueline's during the reign of terror. And it probably doesn't hurt that. There is some evidence to suggest that there was sort of an unofficial alliance between the committee of general security branch of the government and the news. So they acted as sort of a private militia and interest talian and the anti Jacob ins, a paper of the period look Republican rights at the time of the enclave quote, hunting, Jackson's, just as wolves used to be hunted in the British Isles. It has even been suggested that perhaps they were secretly paid under the table for this service and that perhaps some of this money was used a fund. They're wild wardrobes. I mean, whatever you have to say about their style. You cannot deny that their jackets are skillfully tailored peculiar, perhaps, but none. Nonetheless, very, skillfully tailored. This is a very deliberate thought out style of dressing for sure. And it seems that people found all in delight and the ludicrousness of the enclave style. Because in seventeen ninety seven artists, Carl Rene published a slightly satirical series of prints depicting on club and movie is, and they were an immediate hit. It is said that even the very subjects of his comedic scaring rushed out to snap them up and many other artists and print makers would follow Inverness. Footsteps poking fun at. There's as while unscrupulous print makers capitalize on the popularity of Verne as prince by simply cupping them, oh yeah, this happened a lot. I've seen so many knockoffs of Arnaiz prints from this period and also following and Carl over nays footsteps with his very own son. Horace Vernay who published his own suite of prints depicting hipster fashions of the Alba's and Murray us between the years of eighteen ten and eighteen eighteen. So if you have ever seen these friends of awkward Obelas and Merv. For us in the past, it's probably more likely that you've seen Horace Vernet as plates, not the eighteenth century versions by his father as these are much, much much more rare just like our subculture which would become increasingly more obscure. As we move into the nineteenth century, what can be considered some of the first examples of anti fashion. The styles invented by the movie is became increasingly co opted by mainstream fashion with the passage of time. And although the silhouette of the skirts became increasingly Alewine, these little white dresses remained the height fashion for almost three decades and they permeate English regency fashion as well and Cuiaba. Well, their legacy lived on us well in the form of their sartorial convictions of the great dandies of the nineteenth century, like boerum Mel and Robert Demonte skew, and we do have an episode on dandyism plugged into our upcoming schedule. So stay tuned for that that does it for us this week until next. Time, we hope you consider incorporating something incredible and marvellous into year wardrobe. Next time you get dressed.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

Dressed: The History of Fashion

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion

"So waistline still hit just below the bus. But the shimmy Scouse of survey is they owed more inspiration to the Greek titan than that of the Chamisa undergarment. And this was all part and parcel to the lions between revolutionary republicanism of the eighteenth century and the origins of democracy in the ancient world and to see this, we can look no further than to the work of are now familiar friend of eat. So just who were these women who dared to bear as no Frenchwomen had ever done before. They were young, they were vivacious and many of them were demimondaine 's translating to has world the Demi Monde was realm inhabited by performers artists and breathtakingly beautiful courtesans not entirely accepted into society. Proper demimondaine were often mistresses very rich and powerful men and as such, they had a little bit of sway and death. Knowledge of class lifestyle, but historically view demimondaine ever be accepted into the rank and file of high society. However, that would all change with the revolutionary thrust for democracy because appearance of the shockingly daring Merv us style as mentioned earlier, appears first in portrait's by divide, but also those in his artistic circle and that's happening around seventeen ninety six seventeen ninety seven. So that means that this style coincides with the end of the revolution and the earliest phases of the directory when yet another system of government was put in to replace. So we don't really have time to go into the details of this new government. But let's just say that the directory or the Directoire with last approximately five years before Napoleon Bonaparte seize control of the nation. The fact that we see the emergence of this neoclassical style of dressed, I in the portraiture of Davied makes perfect sense. If you consider the fact that these all tra- hip actresses and quarter. John's frequently ran and artistic circles and they also worked as artists models. The look was almost certainly born out of the fact that many of the Murray is themselves creatives. They were looking for an alternative to the strife surrounding mainstream fashions at the time which consisted of pairing of short crop jacket with a skirt or that Chamisa goal that we just mentioned. You know, the white muslin or linen gal, long sleeves and ruffles at the next cuffs, but fashion for a period of several years really had been an a form of stasis. It was a little bit static and what happens with the Murphy us is they use the popularity of these previous muslin dresses and reinvented them as entirely new as an anti fashion that defined their subculture. The marvelous ones were inventive, daring, and pushed fashion into a new direction. In fact history, the most successful, my Danes were frequently the most fashioned for. Women in France, they lacked the strictures of high society, so they were free to take risks and way that the gentry just was not. And that's not to say that some of these women did not rise social celebrity in the waning years of the revolution with class strictures. Now, more fluid, there was a bit more leeway for transcending the strict social barriers of the past. However, arguably the most famous movie us did not need to concern herself with issues of class. She was already fabulously wealthy aristocrat by marriage. We speak of tussock Kabiru known affectionately as Our Lady of thermidor took splaine Theresa earned her nickname. Perhaps we should take a side note and discuss the revolutionary calendar. Thermidor was the eleventh month and the French Republic calendar, what you and I in April, referred to as July anyone else confused yet. Yeah, it is confusing. I frequently even though I know all these things I have to look at the chart like me. What actually. During the revolution when the government banned religion, they also did away with the Gregorian calendar because the Gregorian calendar was based on the life and death of the Christ figure in its place. They renamed all the months messed with how many days were in a month and basically reset the calendar year back to one. So Rubas Pierre and the Jackman party were overthrown in July seventeen. Ninety four. And this shift in power is known as the thermidor reaction. Thermidor equals July. Okay. It's all making sense now because this is how are her win earned her title. Our Lady of thermidor because she championed the petitions of hundreds of prisoners that were thrown into jail by the Jacksons after all she herself had been a prisoner. And for a few different reasons, she even held the political sway to come to their aid. It brochure is such an incredible figure from this period. I don't think anyone is going to mind if we take a brief sidebar to maybe learn a little bit more about her. This course, let's do it. Was born in seventeen seventy three amid drid to a family. Very wealthy bankers in documents suggest that she was educated in France by nuns before she was married off at the age of fourteen or not even going to touch on that. But through her marriage, she became very wealthy marquee. Partially the money that was combined in the merge was hers. Partially, it was his and they married in seventeen eighty eight. So only just a few months before the revolution broke out and when it did her home ended up being the destination for powerful, but more moderate leaders of the revolution. The marriage was unhappy on both ends, sadly, and it is said that just about any man that came across her path, including her brother and her uncle, but fell in love with teenage Theresa, get hurt. Her uncle actually tried to marry her. And maybe one of the reasons for all of this attention that she was receiving is because she is has been described as being exceptionally beautiful. One of marie-antoinette's former ladies and waiting described her has quote, no human being has left the creators hand. So beautiful here on reportedly. She had many ways owns with while position suitors, including after her husband fled France, and they divorced John lemberg tell ya in the politician, largely responsible for overthrowing Robespierre and affectively ending the reign of terror, and it's through her relationship with Hallion whom she briefly married that she petitioned the plights of many people who are imperilled during the reign of terror, so prisoners and also aristocrats who had had their property confiscated perseus. You tell ya, Andrew, the IRA of rubes peer through her in prison, which is where she met her friend Josephine Bo Hernandez, who would soon become the wife of Napoleon Bonaparte and to. Basically, both of them were released shortly after the execution of Robespierre and they would go on to become leaders of French salon society as it reestablished it self after the revolution along with their other friend Juliet, RIC they were the sprinkling it girls of the Aira. They were beautiful. They were witty. They were young, they were charming three appeared in public together. They were fictionally coined, quote, the three graces there. Adoption of the classically inspired chemises gown spread. The renown of the movie is style taking this once antifascist statement into the mainstream. So it now seems cast that fashion has been reborn anew in teed and relaxed and fresh. No other portrait sums up the anti fashions of the movie is better than the unfinished portrait of Juliette recommend by davita. So she reclines on Hsieh's Lange, looking to the viewer over her shoulder, her white gown as a slip of thing with. Tight bodice has transparent cap sleeves and a waste that hits just below the bust from which a skirt falls in an uninterrupted column that pulls on the floor and her feet are bare, and her golden hair is cropped short into tight curls of about three inches, and they're held back by agreession style headband. The overall effect of this painting and her look is ease and relaxation, which is really a stark contrast to the stiff artifice of porta chur of previous decades. There's really something fresh, something new and above all something very natural in this look of the movie is that new classical look. Cultivate bid by the movie was underscored by their choice of accessories. So most commonly, this was a fine Kashmir shawl which mimicked the look of a stola a show that was worn by Roman women during integrity and the white dresses of the seventeen ninety s where the perfect foil for brightly colored an intricately pattern shawls woven from fine wool. And we actually aired an episode on the shell. A couple of months back. So tune into our Kashmir with a k episode to learn more about the contentious and controversial history of these shawls all of this. They paired with flat slippers. Something akin to Ballet's Lipper with ribbons at tied up the leg, and they wore flesh colored knit stockings with elaborate clocked designs at the ankles. The Murphy of look was simple, but yet it was deceptively expensive and artificial because these neoclassical styles found a mini inspirations in the natural qualities espoused by enlightenment philosophy on one hand. But rather, ironically, perhaps they were also possessed a certain amount of artifice which we know fashion loves. And I can think of no greater example of this than the fashion for blonde wigs, Sebastian mercy tells us some women bought these wigs like shoes, so they owned up to forty, plays the air. Poke fun at the trend chastising women for going into debt purchase the latest fad. Even only a couple of years after the reign of terror, we see the pace of fashion ramping up. Once again, it's ready to go yet and speaking of hairstyles, it would be the hairstyles endorsed by their male counterparts the on Cuiaba that were one of the most radical aspects of their look. And we're going to learn more about this after a short word from our sponsors. Hi, I'm Alison green and I'm the host of the ASCA manager podcast where I answered questions from listeners about how to navigate all sorts of sticky situations at work from what to say to worker who smells to how to deal with an overly critical boss to how to handle someone who takes credit for your work each week on the show, we'll talk through and hopefully solve your toughest must frustrating or just plain weirdest work predicaments you can subscribe to the show on apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"So what I do is I play poker when a poker face and that means you cannot betrays any emotion. You gotta talk to them. Thing to what you do. Sam ban Simpson. I got him. Hang the phone up, hang up. Tell me what you do in your poker tournament and the poker tournament. I am a poker face, so no matter what happens. You do not let people know what happened. That means that they will know you got a good card that's called poker face. I'm one of the best. I'm one of the best and yet something very amazing happen about a week ago. We last Tuesday, which it wasn't, but that's how you like to say it. Yes. All right. I got. I do a straight flush. Who's you to? I? Are you net eat or something you pulled onto what to a straight flush. I I, it was a king. It was a Queen. Highstreet flies going Queen Queen Street, Bush king. Okay. Then what? And I actually held just the way and I let out an exclamation sound. But we got, we got it on tape here. And that was it. And that was you doing that was when I got. The king because this was being televised on channel nineteen for poker night. Well, what do you told my gut seen to televise on champ? Don Berman put that together. Right. I don't know, but the airline channeling team and that gave it away. And I've tried to reconcile myself to it. Let me hear this again. You pull the king to get the Cuiaba Queen straight going, Brighton hardy in hearts, straight, flush, great, white, and you've got the king. I got the king and then this is from the TV. Just little exhibition is Dan little actually in Blewett at blue. Even though you got the best poker face in the world, you gotta watch yourself every step of the way to the straight flush is the best hand hundred Royal flush the best in you getting poker and I blew it when I just that little moment when I saw king turn up. Here right there. That is that's like hall bad, pick a plan? Yeah, Kimmy tree, you blow it went dead. You talking about, they're saying that's kind of an amateur move. I know no street flesh. You kidding me. That's a very normal move. What would you see some guy do that? Like at the World Series of poker in Vegas, if the guy was poetry, of course, not everybody, but about fifty percent. What about the Texas, Linda, who's the best poker player in the country? I don't know. Let's say the guy that he's going to do that he's fifty fifty percent chance. He will because you gotta understand something. The guy got a straight blush. Oh my God, no, as to be able to resist just looking at that and going off God, I remember seeing it. What's what happened? I remember seeing, I felt my soul leaving my leaving my body through my nose. I literally misery think about it. This is what it would sound like. That's my soul, leaving my body through my notes. Jay satisfy ladies and gentlemen. Well, I. I heard about you heard about enough of that as as I can take this. All right. And I did too, and congratulations Chan being a great poker player. So sorry that you can't keep a poker face when you get a straight flush. Absolutely Richard that alive, man, they don't have much tournaments worth five, five five figures. Hey, man, it ain't. Famous fill every show tawdry show dot com. By me. Phil Henry reincorporated all rights reserved on podcast..

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"cuiaba" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"And that's the face that us talking about and we didn't invest dollars and marketing until two years later two year, Yes, What's it? Perfect. I mean, we so I think it's an important port point because most direct to consumer companies that were grouped within and a great model, which essentially means we're going to market differently, right? We're cutting out the middleman and how we sell. Cuiaba also changed how we make right. So there's two very different parts of this. Problem. So we've changed the entire way we manufacture and design like the quantity, the styles, the number of skews like the countries in which we make it where where the material comes from, we changed all of that. And then we also changed how we sold right. So we actually tackled every single part of this business from beginning to end point from design manufacturing to inventory management to how we then go to market to even distribution. So every box is actually packed and shipped by Yata employees which enables us now in your seven to actually be an Omni channel company. And so you're going to hear a lot of stuff Rebecca about how there's all these direct to consumer brands that are opening stores. They are only now realizing what it means to warehouse and multi warehouse and actually manage inventory because they outsource that piece. Right. Like has been doing that from day one. I mean, every single part of it like Carlin I in the early. As like we packed in, we packed up every box in walked it down to FedEx because it costs money for them to pick it up, right. We did every single job in the company just the two of us, and I think that shows now. And so when we're going to consider decisions like Amazon or working with another partner, it's not that that will may that may not have that that will happen in the future. I don't know when that will happen, but currently in our brands in our branded our brands age, we're in it for the long term. We're making a brand that will not go away. And so it's just not the right time to take the kind of partnership on, but I think that's very instructive. When you think about your point about a number of the other kind of startup hot startup young consumer brands that are targeting, a lot of are no limits listener. A lot of those brands didn't build in the way that you've built Karan. They're having some really tough lessons right now as a result of that and. Many of them position the inventory situation in their stores as a customer benefit that they don't carry inventory in that store and we're, we're not sure about that. Right. Like I think most customers want to go buy a product in store and take it home, and you know, because they're not able to deliver an Omni channel way which is actually warehousing and having inventory in those stores. I mean, they are forgoing positive customer experience. What's been the toughest lesson for each of you along the way. I think to approach with confidence for me personally, like we don't come from this industry. And so I mean, we started a fashion company in San Francisco, right? Like coming from math and computer sites, like that's not really the traditional way of creating a fashion brand. And so coming into the room and coming into meeting with people in New York, and just knowing that we were an outsider looking in, but owning that with confidence that we have beautiful pieces that they want to hear about and really just treating that with confidence and and knowing we belong here, I think was a big lesson for me. Let me that would be part of my sales pitch. We're different and that is why you would want to invest in us because we have a skill set that when coupled with all of this is even more powerful true, which is a very great story in San Francisco, California. However, here. That can also be viewed this criticism right and disruptive. Like, are you trying to change with, you know, the whole industry hold sacred, which I think is also part of our message which were not. We're not trying to fashion as an amazing thing. You know, people love, fashion, women, love fashion. We should have fun with fashion that shouldn't have to be such a weighted guilty decision. Like let's enjoy looking great. So that's why we lead with fewer better things..

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"cuiaba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"These people are hurting the president and i'm not saying he's not a good person but but the appearance of impropriety matters and you can you can you can't put lipstick at the president and certainly scott pruitt have alleged that all of this is just politically motivated by environmentalists who don't like his deregulation of edition i mean he he either travels with twenty security folks are he doesn't he either flies first class every single time or he doesn't i don't know whether the allegations of bodies apartment or true or not they don't look good why do you want in this position why do you want to rent an apartment from a lobbyist for god's sake stock leading with your chin now these are unforced errors they're stupid there are a lot of problems we can't solve but you can behave i'm not i don't mean denigrate mr but doggone it he represents the president united states and it is hurting his boss and it needs to stop senator kennedy thank you for coming on face the nation we'll be back in a moment it's rachel bell and i've already been telling you what a great gaming destination muckleshoot casino is boot you may not know is that they have really really good food right now at the cuiaba grill they're doing their caribbean roadside chicken served with east indian rice and soup or salad i love the diversity of the food at muckleshoot casino at the island deli they're doing tai chicken street tacos and at espn robert they're black truffle burger top to the rich and creamy mushroom ragu crispy fried shallots and truffles three ways check out all the dining specials at muckleshootcasino dot com.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"Lg peace stands for less get pay let's go ira poor cereal packets i wish you nothing but luck keep doing the thing thank you think are respected i appreciate it and i can't wait for the you know the rest of your stuff you're doing and insomniac singles out shot with no permits doping they'll come at you get that for you a downtown la lyon were stereo podcast lg peak quah will i am i appreciate you guys ryan rap pearl saying whoa but i will stay in psalm bad play well today but i will stay in psalm one from african officers to affirmative action if the pair modane appears custody blasio a question i should like what are we do one i emphasised death enough by cuiaba was the one where for blacks jammed up to blacks locked up the cops on the block trying to give us all shot up a question are we actually like wow we distracted trapped in like the caught a black grant they gave no your breath away let me down due to bad now we got a been struggles nodded the want to be to lead a quick the foul someone else daily dilemma seem to never be defeated by deadly goals they need to be debated social media activism should be deleted could the revolution be revolution if the revolution is only tweeted a retweeting magai kwok wish you nothing but success keep to when you think keep rock and keeps britain.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A a guy with a similar similar nickname here a b as i call them yeah as a antonio brown but it's not antonio brown always set a bogus there big drop off notes that a significant it is e era big is this a cello it's a significant drop off it's a it's a beast a b to uh a b two not that's not good just eighty ab now i can't comment o'neill air ab is not antonio brown but it's called i'd never caught we went over the ship of the ltte thing you know they're nobody refers to lithuanian tower that's natural battle outside of his family not at such i've heard it a a bunch times on tv a have you not heard i had thought thank you it's a mistake the resentment ab just had in agreeing with me was the star now it's a mistake live they had a sense that you mrs face i'm talking about the reason there's only one elti can we just calm the fake b that's good we've they gave a ghazi abu ghazi edv because if we're gezi for gays it's for gays ever eastern long island he give me a brave human easy all my reclaim food gazi for gezi tries of the rhine women ghazi it suffered goslett trying of where we're trying to brand kenyon martin balza for gazi which are in a bran bogus she a b you arduous i'm all in the prayer russian it we could come up with something else we already stole mousse and fell moussia la vie saying i got his a today i mean forgot see that nobody is the thing is the thing is this that abiola teach some of this kind of the most he if it's not his idea it sucks let's head an ego maniac that is so people that guy have nego i am a humble man okay that is the ship look whatever way want to look at it let's cuiaba you've got to be honest with yourself it's opponent top taslima humble man move yeah your humble they can we home mira your dial the they call you how boy they they call you a lot of other things over his humble task by the way i was necessary yeah and then he left secrets fun right that is what i want you are a means miserable purse rice do you realize okay up next the gazi also guys while the features and jaguar to prepare for the afc title game those steelers prep for.

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"cuiaba" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"cuiaba" Discussed on KGO 810

"Repeat it aside lines we won't be repeating yes a science fiction no more pets is now a real thing now we have here a somebody from the what is it beaten in labs describing this this very process john we do right here i promise he will have a hard time i bring their brain around and it is really a real technology that it's not science fiction the dog that you're going to clone it's not going to be a frankenstein isshin said normal dog like any other doggy never know by looking at him that he's a clunker but what's the point of this if you like black labs another black lab is gonna look so much like the black lab my name is unique right i think as people were software for people with so if you are buying pure breed dogs yes but if you get some sort of kind of lovable mixture from up from a pound you can't go get another replicate of that that an interesting point now this is very much not econsumer great thing it cost about fifty grand salt so we're rich software it is still the very early the technology skin samples while they are out for like a dental cuiaba just had to take these thing they ship them off the labs these skin samples can be taken at pretty needing vet lab in america not all of them are doing your grandma less holy shit zoo sowa ahead reminds me maybe raft christmas time i'm going to present nap maybe you're on christmas time i'll retail the the dog for story armstrong and getty anatoly nears it'll be new the most people here you know what everybody fix yourself a comeback nagami jim dissent sean now you may have missed this but this past weekend was the international flagbearer through this conference now this was so now.

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