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"cymru" Discussed on The Face Radio
"Your listening to blow up radio on brisbane's four triples ed the face radio from the soul of brooklyn and moderator uk. And we're in the studio with yes. Hello andy with frankie. Frankie don't forget frankie's host where just you where to say contribution bat sharing the love. Mike fat may i. That love was sold from carol. Hannah carol huntington yet. She recommended or requested marvin gaye spirit. Who track all of that smooth. Just discussing off air. I think mobbing put that to the studio. We don't want none of that. Might that political nonsense. we want. We want you know my town. Anyone you play this out so you took a lot balls that yep frankie nineteen seventy yell the cloud then by then disney. He was marvin gaye here an important stuff. Yup what else do we play. How a frasier close. I adore that record spencer. Thank you so much for playing it. I take it again. Another double fist of mr blues. Wonderful wonderful how frasier was start was a music teacher. He was looking at an academic. You know master's degree possibly even a doctorate in music and then sang any spare time. Signed with playboy clubs in the mid sixties cnn. Yeah yeah yeah and then and just went on to be one of those house singers on the johnny carson show sullivan and sangha. Richard nixon's inaugural ball. There you go so it's your fault. That's fun facts how How do you get a gig singing at the playboy studio. How do you do that. Well we Do you remember where i think. Imagine that one lewis one act. Cymru was at one of glen's when we did the garbage. Us show said these played signed by playboy clubs to play in the playboy clubs as well. I think it was just half was. Am was very progressive. Go good chat and before that we had The jet set wednesday go. I know nothing about that whatsoever. Nothing obviously revival. It was not easy. Something about the whole county even be asked to look for them. Well known did but i was planning from an guys because he He he plays a plastic asian. Do we do write them. Eight won't be listening but that's okay all right well we're going to continue on some music in a couple of seconds so do stay with us. stole mousy girlhood. Somebody's slash action be satisfaction me make i love. Somebody stole iphone mind robbie blind as across it.
"cymru" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Thank you cowboy. Thank you russell thank you catfish for our great time. Thank you rob for cymru's with me you know. This is sort of like what. I watch reality. Television for is for these hilarious. Absurd over the top moment. We had a good time. Also that just to give more three hundred sixty degree of view of all this. So michael like james fuelling also had run for government office. Did you know this did not know this. Stop what what is so. He was from yes. He was running for in two thousand. Nineteen for a city council position. My maybe she's only into the people who are reality. Television politician crossovers perhaps perhaps And then also there's also another news story about michael cowboy ellis that is not as happy from twenty nineteen about a apparently that there was some sort of an incident involving some of fighting between him and his son. He made a post about that. Actually that i saw and he said that he and his son are on good terms on their fine did not cause him to drop out of the durant city council race..
"cymru" Discussed on The Read
"So the things that made me smile this week. One Cortina's taught me that everyday can be most today and this is probably something that many of Your Life Nigga. Where have you been I? Don't know I'm not sure I personally don't like to drink at home alone much. For my own reasons, alcoholism runs in. My family is usually dispend like. Maybe, little red wine. Are But as of the past week or two I've been Mike wait. I'M GONNA. Dull I. have access to Sh- impact in sparkling wine and Jesus. I can have all the most of them. You can have your own brench right there at the house. And I also I like to use pineapple orange rather than just orange because. Orange is great and up was great and then together. Aren't like the Garnett, of fruit juice. Blend together, while also made me smile, was UFC two fifty wine, and or hey, Mazda being completely humbled by A. Nigerian. What's his fucking? Nickname. They all got some kind of nickname, but anyway Cymru's mine Nigerian, a mixed martial arts. Bada s gave for him. Is Divall Miami UFC sensation the? The much needed a slice humble. That he he needed to get. It was one of the most boring fights was seen in my life. at the same time I appreciate that he got the humbling, and what really made me smile? Was that like? It reminded me of the year that Bron Rousey was on the cover of as UFC two video game because she was like Hugh superstar at the time, so of course he's on the cover of the game, and then she got humbled by. I can't remember her name, right. Ronda Rousey. Ronda Rousey Golf. She fought. At. The fuck is a woman. Remember this GONNA look at A. Cheap, I'm GonNa fucking destroy me. I can't remember her name by remember. Face the blinds the. I feel like maybe her initials are the same letter. Maybe they're not. What was that Amanda Movies? No No, no, no I! Think I'm in. Be Harassed to, but. Holly Holly. Holly Home. So! Yes, yes, was that. Dan that was twenty thirteen. Yes Fleet Holly Home. Yes that was because was stunned. She humbled the absolute. White women and I'm fairly certain. It was the same year that Ronda Rousey was on the cover that game and they just announced UFC four the latest game horry must've all is on the cover. He added this fight. Last minute 'cause don't even think he was supposed to buy. WHO's Mon- MME to hate each other like they've like. Little almost fights in public shit outside of the they despise one. Another someone was supposed to be this huge staying and Mazda has all of this heat behind him because he's a Nigga who fought in backyard this shit in Miami Kimble's license, and he's a caucus motherfucking in the world and all of a sudden hit, and so he was talking about how he was going to baptize this this black man, and he was just going to be the fight of all fights. No, you a heads of school you on how to be like built to last. That's what I took away from. That took a smile that someone once again was Humboldt in the AFC match, and that I am also a sports fan, and you can't take that away from me. I haven't ESPN. Plus Account. I'm into sports. You know I. I do this, so thank you. Okay at a real sport a real sport. You know it's very honest. It's very. Brutal in bloodthirsty, all of this onus running back and forth and panting whatever you know mildly talented folks like a Carmelo Anthony and and and who plays football. Patrick Ewing one song. Patrick Ewing. Oh my God. You just saying. So man all right well that is it for this episode of the read. Take, care of yourself, and we will see y'all next week..
"cymru" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Hundred six six eighty eight eighty three hundreds of six six eighty eight eighty three are you one of those people that would rather have a robot for a boss over human one it actually would probably be a lot easier because you can trick and fool a robot because the boss has something called intuition typically the boss the leader of the company and maybe maybe just maybe he's free in through your crap he see in you know a good example somebody said the other day Cymru was a red somewhere it was actually on a different show is doing and I was listening to the show and I heard something I hadn't heard when I even interviewed the guy which was this guy was a a marine and he had retired from the marine corps and now he was in business and he said that his first job I got fired from and I said why is that he said because he was I was like thirty and there was a guy there that was in his fifties they kept telling me to slow down he said did to slow down you're gonna make ten Bucks an hour or whatever it was the same you know it working fast as you will slow so slow down what's the difference in the guy says you need to get off your Keister and get busy so we can help this company you see I'm saying yeah so one guy wants to help the company and the other guy doesn't care about anything but taken on that paycheck in giving as little as he can so may be are you that person it has become apathetic towards the company you work and you would rather have a robot boss that you can you know pull the wool over its size because the boss the leader of the company may be sees the difference between the one that wants to help the company to grow and he brings that person up or here she brings that person up in the ranks and you haven't been overlooked in are you being overlooked and then pointing the finger it's because that is what it what it because I didn't get that raise writing and get the whatever it should have been guess what in my companies in my world you know my company is funny because I'm an entrepreneur I'm part Jewish because of my dad I got that Jewish cheapskate thing go actually you're not part Jewish well you know what I'm saying I get the Jewish blood if if that's the DNA traditionally the bloodline yeah but I stayed home from the father I have the Jewish cheap DNA if we can go after your one thousand percent so in my company sometimes you know it's like maybe I should give a raise or something and and I so I've had thank you I've had this happen somebody comes to you for this moment and they you know Hey listen I've been put in a lot of work and you know me I put in a lot of hours we help to grow the company you know I I really need to get some sort of an increase I'm I've been at this rate for this long and I'm looking right in the eye and I go that's true all right I'll give you another Buck an hour whatever it is yeah and and then there's been times when I can see that somebody needs some help and even though maybe even a worse I see okay listen I'm going to give you another dollar an hour race and I'm gonna do solicited unsolicited because I can see that you need some help right now but I gotta tell you now I want you to rise to the occasion yes you don't deserve this you better but I can see as the leader of this company the you are struggling and you need some help so what I need you to do is to become more conscious of your job okay see I'm saying I get it so the bosses gotta have that that extra something something all right so you were talking earlier about struggling with the idea that you're always going to be your kids your kids dad right right right it is it is troubling it's hard because you got to step back and let him you know go through the things they have to go through order to grow and learn so I'm gonna go back thirty five years at least thirty five years ago never forget this one day the phone rings talk about bosses yeah and absolutely not living as again women hold on hold on what no no no no no no no no no no that's not what happened hold on who told you this Diane yeah okay I'll tell you right now this story is upside down and backwards I said so let me tell you something from this point on before you call me about something Ryan says I've done yes family brother says yes that set me up to fail yeah I said you have her call me first you go right to the person who's setting you up sometimes they don't even know they're setting you up right it's a unconscious and you know something that check that changed the dynamic quite a bit in my life because would you rather confront the person that is making exists what trump went through they never let him look in the eyes of the person that accused him right and I'm telling you that we've all been trumped in that way we've been trump biased because there's somebody out there looking to find a fault with us and to exploit it to their advantage and that my friends and I'm not calling my sister he we're gonna call that the diarrhea syndrome the diaries it is quite you know I don't say I also look to those samples and I distributed them generally I don't know it's like it can be is something as silly as even a joke yeah where you get that your body they were you know like what's it called we talked about the gag reflex to get before you literally can't help it benefit is a very funny meme about a new father changing the diaper was the they have you seen these there's like twenty five that gag reflex of a new father changing as I it's the funniest thing I've ever seen in my life but that gag reflex thing is also true in side of you with the re action to in just which is this is why we must become disciplined and everything that happens in your life you better start becoming disciplined today let me read this for the day that somebody does the ultimate evil to you which is literally to lie about you or deceive or twist some kind of a story to train set you up to fail if you just look your boss right in the eye and shake your head no and smile and just say that is simply not the truth and that boss will look you in school okay tell me your side for you react looks like it is going to be convinced even if you're telling them the truth if they do then it's time to walk away anyway but I don't think that people are inherently evil like that because an entrepreneur speaking from an entrepreneur an entrepreneur wants to win and he needs his team and if you are one of the team members that is producing he is gonna go oz so I finally found the the true liar another one seat that's the back fire yeah your simple re is enough now tell him who live let me tell you there's another side effect here and that is you know that people who are unconsciously driven to set others up to fail in in whatever way you know they do a lot of ski ito quiet judgment they watch what you do well every moment of their waking life is usually that that's right okay Harvard senators find people with more brain activity have shorter lives wow it's good to always be thinking however new research shows you may want to give your brain a break sometimes and this is the bottom line the physiological activities that regulate metabolism also play a huge role in exciting our nervous system according to the new paper prolonged hyper activity bears the potential to shorten our lives if you think about it and you watch people that spin and spin and spin inside their head and they're constantly looking and and thinking and conniving and figuring you realize that they're burning themselves out have you ever seen that about somebody that does it all the digits conflict a score on the part here's the other side of that you watch those people if you're close enough to them they are exhausted at the end of the call absolutely they and then of course those people also become obese they will be sick they'll be at the doctor's yeah catch every cold yet walks into the building and you could get enough of it and shoot it into a rat to do an experiment yeah we would kill it right yeah so this poison then we keep taking we keep taking the the poison pill hoping it will kill our enemy it's killing us it's causing cancer causing all kinds of horrible disease yes because he was a auto immune have you ever heard that you whenever somebody says to me I have an auto immune disease I go secret silent death it's judgment auto immune is judging others and judging yourself and you're gonna go out yet I did I get about well you know what I don't but that's what I think prolonged hyper activity mentally yeah hi rag drag your emotional responses in you get the fighter flight in the shooting ourselves up with you know that when you get upset like that with either fight or flight your body produces fifty two toxic hormones that kill you yeah no I can look it here's a deal I don't know what if that's you know you you guys could do that the S. scientific research I don't know what to call it but I can see it with my own eyes and and there's a devil since we gonna believe me or your own lionize right I believe my eyes I've watched now I'm gonna be sixty in June I have watched people die and I I can say to them you know Hey just don't hate don't hate they hate and hate and hate and hate and hate you can play the music they don't hate some hate has them agree but they keep on hating and hating and hating and hating and hating and poisoning and poisoning poisoning it's like look we take these pills so then with the pharmaceutical companies.
"cymru" Discussed on The Crown: The Official Podcast
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"cymru" Discussed on The Crown: The Official Podcast
"Course wouldn't have had much of an interaction with Wales. And as far as I know that Charles has been the most active Prince of Wales recorded and has done so much much in the nation and feel you know whilst. I'm sure there's kind of you know where we are the crown and we all fixing leising aspects. I'm shooed with it. He must have changed his views of that movement. Now I know who swell an APP Griffith first and true wiz giving his title by the English King. Henry third merged a few years later by Henry. Emerson Edward entered the first two title. Promised to Llewellyn and converted on his own son at the gates of Heaven Custom. Great betrayal the ancient hopes still remains a prophecy that one day a prince will be presented from Elena's gay to talk on and that he will be a true well speaking son of Wales. I can't be son of Wales. Damn Wetland World Speaking Hut. No Word is an incredible at Kadett time and and we'll character and relationship that we see develops when you actually went to to meet the real Teddy Milwaukee. Didn't you have well. He say the amazing that he came to us because we we were desperate to meet him. Malkani Les Jones his credibility and I were both king to me and it was the day he came was such A. It was a weirdly speaking moment because we end up with and shooting a couple of scenes scene and Malkani Bryn in the Green Room. Just having a cup of tea and then someone said Dr Rates won't see. We went downstairs and as we're going down the says says we saw the back of a head of this guy and immediately amount was a teddy mood. It was a mad. It was kind of like you. Just he has this kind of presence and it was like weirdly seeing this so of ghost of a character and he was lovely. And there's a thing about the ties that right that the his daughter gave mark mark tie this chain again. This amazing amiable. I didn't if it works. Amy asked her or the daughter told amy by the way way more ends up wearing one of his ties and he does this lovely thing where every time he kind of touched it. It was almost like him feeling like you had a kind of closer not sweet so nice so loved I love those. I love the relationship ship though he does have with on. That's really stats. That feels really true and kind of just authentic. Wow and working with Aaron who plays Princess Assange. She's been tough way. Did she come from brilliant. And he's totally invented. I guess reinvented the the idea of an tool by no one knows them. NFL between or we just got back from the states. Where everyone's going mad for printers and suddenly like this Rockstar? And because he is so funny when I first started as say they'd been filming pretty well and I was in and out of left bank offices working king nonstop every day to in research voice. dialer everything I'm one day Pete was there is come look at this and he showed me the scene scene where Philip coups in on an all. Aaron does Aram's like yeah. That was that was one of my favorite scenes. When you watch like not just goes Doesn't leave him out. Yes it's just makes noises and it's absolutely extraordinary. Is Everything right. Make up your gay marriage. I love that relationships sex and another scene. That's just a moment of pure class I think it was Christine's idea Sorry Area NFL's hers. But thing is Christmas. Basically on the page and kisses Charles on the cheek via an asset and it was so powerful as as written but then to add the punch to the stomach is like stroke of genius because if coolest. That's how siblings. He's ECON jesty ECON. Just behind is embarrassed by being nosy like denies than in the summer of Washington. We like that with you via and code like that because I'm the relevant. I rather wish she would be like that with me. It would suggest have significant. Trust me reality a bully. rightback fancy swooping in fancy being. They're not if it means going to Wales humanizes. Then that's the thing you know. These are people there in this extraordinary situation but they are humans and they're going through all these different different emotions situations and you see that at the end of the episode is well once he gets into his mom's bedroom and she has this talk. Walk Tim where she you know. She's she says that no one's interested in what you've got to say. Oh my God what then. There's just is something that Olivia does that. You think she turns. There's a moment where you go on. That's the two sides you know. She's just hard to to say that because of the duty. Yeah but the mum site of the is ending his devastated. Yeah and this is. The constant is the constant constant battle and conflict in all of them you know. Are we thinking if Charles was able to see of my cards is able to see the seen that happen without him like when the Queen says should we phillips should we let him say speech his own speech affairs. I anti lobbying carnage. You know she is. She is fighting his corner because he can't show Charles that she's fighting his corner in season. One to comment which season is almost sny dent. Cool conversation with Claire. Foy where the Queen says you know. I can't think breathe like in our country any of these things. Olivia plays as it so well. Because it's just something she knows to be true knows how painful is but she can't show those emotions it's doubly hard for live because the cool car and she's just crying mention the end six and that performance of Shakespeare and Hi Resonates partially with his story. That lovely Shaw von in the crowd as well yeah. She's there for your. I know that speech the treaty. Well and I know that play back to fund. This is my one of my favorite plays one of the reasons that going dieting was reached the second. And so when I saw that at the end of the EPP Satan and rereading suddenly thinking of these words about his Richie second is the king who essentially his struggle it is all about masculinity about how to fill that role and feeling that you don't fill that role and him at the end kind of saying I live with bread. I eat bread like you need friends feel want taste grief. How can you say to me? I am a king you know. I love the idea that he's properly pleading and saying just see me as one of you but we never will be able to con what the crown is all about is trying to humanize is the the superhuman but they can't be human and just born into it and for me it. Was this really dramatic. Take moment the Ashley. I'm what Shakespeare does so vividly in powerfully is sometimes explain the unexplainable through imagery three and three feeling. And essentially I saw this final soliloquy. Has Everything Charles couldn't say. His Mum Shakespeare Manages to navigate advocate for him covey leads and mark not flesh and blood with solemn reverence for the tradition form and ceremonies. Duty.
"cymru" Discussed on The Crown: The Official Podcast
"I am no do I have a voice rather too much of a voice for my liking. Not having a voice something all of us have to live with. We have all made sacrifices and suppressed who we are. Some portion of our natural selves is always lost. You've got is a choice. It is not a choice. It is a duty now. It's time to meet the next in line for the throne the phenomenal actor. Josh O'Connor Josh Welcome to Our crime podcast your highness prince. Charles of C.. Congratulations for civil because and you performances MRS extraordinary in this season and I wouldn't know what to do to get the par- was the audition process. Initially I was filming Brussels and just having a chat with my agent and she said T. Wolves the crown obviously And she said you know they've re re recalling everyone that jumping ahead in time and I was at right so obviously they wanna see me franchise. 'cause I just assumed I didn't know I actually didn't know they're going to do that by you is and one of them. So so then I and this is kind of shamefully initially might feeding was maybe not the right thing. Yeah why I think just because actually just the party because I'm probably brought up a Republican so of indifferent. Nfu If pressed by reading inching rose so he took a convincing. I e they sent me a script and the series. I read. That script grabbed hike. I'm straight in those is one line where things in sued F- sites dangling man where he compares actually he he compares himself to the character from Dangling Man Saul bellow book a a man. He's waiting to be drafted to go to war and yet she wants to be drafted fifty because it will give his life meaning even if that means going to certain death essentially this idea that Prince Charles has to wait for mother to die for him to be truly alive. I was like that's that's that is enough for me. Really get my teeth into you. Talk about your the perception of him prior to coming onto this and and really find out who he was as a person as opposed to as Prince. Charles is that quite easy to get to and find more. Did you try. Try and dive in to find him in a weird way wasn't it wasn't kind of finding him. That was that the the tricky part as you say like the physicality satiety the voice. It's well known in you. You'll probably speech the people who do that. Yeah Paulie Bannon he does. The movement is incredible. William Konica is like the basketball coach imaginable and has worked on all the seasons. Knows these voices in these cards inside out and so so much of that walk was done very quickly and I kind of get into the hardest thing actually was letting that work go and get into the exciting a bit which is creating the fictional character of Prince Charles poster. What we see every day on the news or whatever and the moment that sort of where it clicked? I guess it was a trying to think of moments in in film and culture where I've seen performances of real people that have like grab me and of course there are incredible Mrs by people i Michael Sheen and You Know Meryl Streep who pay Real People. Yeah the ones that always stuck with me. Were uh-huh eight actors playing Bach Dylan in I think is I'm still own including Capon J. Blown Cher as I am we show. Oh He's lead you and I just thought to me thy so much more interesting as Simba to see an essence of Carta as opposed to what we recognize is has Prince Charles. Because we don't none of us know essentially and those I'm not mimic am no in the business of replicating I'm in the business of creating a and and say that was the kind of thousand heart is bit was letting go of all that stuff and just going right now I just go create something knee. It's GonNa talk about some specifics and in particular episode six we start the season and we kind of we. Don't for the seat Charles for a while and then suddenly while here he is. And here's this huge event that he is thrown into And just for me. This whole episode is about his relationships his relationship with Wales his relationship with his family his relationship ship with this kind of strange mentor that he befriends when he sent away two to Wales and I just wanted to talk a little bit about one of your first days. Fomin was a big scene in episode. Is that right. The first day of I think I certainly the first day of filming with the family. Yes obviously they've been doing it. Well was this well speech and got the GIGGLES. Obviously always yeah. Yeah 'cause I think I guess they must've been. I understand. There was a lot of talk of like own Wednesday on a Wednesday. Just start doing his job and they must have the you know what's interesting to see what his Charles is like. Yeah I mean if they'd read the script it doesn't read the script would've had had the idea of me over my mouth and speaking as far as she's concerned must have sounded absurd but that was my first day terrifying. I child Prince of Wales to become your lease man of life and limb earthly worship and faith and truth I will bear onto the live and die against all manner manner folks. What was your preparation for that? Because like you say in terms of losing all that baggage that came with this cottage to that you're creating There's a lot play play with then vitamin that. He's in his well which was by. All kinds reap ten fine. There is people who happy he was. There was also I always had in my mind. Baking that say the kind of end point which is really important to me. which is the reach of the second speech because party support? Voice wants to play It's this much ons at a redefined discussion. I'll mention they were someone said to me. Very I think as Peter Morgan said to me you know we need to discuss whether principles good or bad. I told Peter I'm playing it to the second On on the crown around net flicks. He's a good idea. I want to do well making it. Rubbish this is my chance might never play his doctor. I think he probably is at I mean he is he is we see him all the time being kind of performer in public art G.. pod Bay I had. I had that as I I sort of end point and the moment of Canova and doing that speech was this. I guess the feeling of the role being such such a awaited roles such power. You know all this work done on his physicality about having the world on his shoulders. This art stephe person. Certain CANOVA was the accumulation of that. He's like a Christmas tree with these kind of Gold Commons. Whenever he really doesn't occur search and he's it's waited all those costumes a heavy and he is tiny dot supposedly trying to fill Naaman Castle? which by the way is Noni and epic causes huge Biz? Also there's no it's opening. It's it feels like this mass void and it's like an echo and what Christian direct to say. Well I think in in in the episodes this sort of silence swimmers like gladiator moment walking through the tunnel and I just wanted him to feel like how on earth would he ever fill this row. You know I don't think he kind of that point. I think he's a loss boy walking up. Ah I'll towards a family that he doesn't feel connected to a father. He feels no connection to a mother. Who Won't hear one? Hey what he has to say a devastating this relationship that he had prior to this event with Wales and the relationship after this event. Do you think it changed changed. Yeah I mean historically from everything I've read one hundred percent and that's that I worked in the narrative I think think there's the moment where he is at the dinner table the kind of president and principal of versus Universtiy take him over dinner. MILLWOOD's it's sonics him and he's asked about to Allen at Griffith and he has no idea who he is. I think that that has to have had an impact on him. It Wales has such a clear identity. Yeah I'm previous to him being invested. He of.
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"Hi, I'm scientific American podcast editor, Steve Mirsky. And here's the short piece from the June two thousand nineteen issue of the magazine in the section called advances dispatches from the frontiers of science, technology and medicine. The article is titled quick hits, and it's a rundown of some science and technology stories for round, the globe compiled by editorial contributor, Jim Daly from Canada. Archaeologists have now confirmed that Toronto service Rex skeleton found in the nineteen nineties at a fossil site in Saskatchewan is the biggest and heaviest on record at nearly forty two feet long almost twenty thousand pounds. Scotty as it's called surpassed the record set by the famous sued t Rex which was found in South Dakota in nineteen ninety from Argentina are gala GIS identified a site, where ancient humans killed and butchered giant ground sloths, mega theory, American. Madam in the pampas region in eastern Argentina, the find provides evidence that Uman's contributed to the sloths extinction from Kenya. A science teacher who won the two thousand nineteen global teacher prize announced he intends to donate, the one million dollar award to benefit society, Peter to Beechy a Franciscan friar mentors, a science club that came in, I in its category in the two thousand eighteen Kenya's science and engineering fair from the autonomous island of Anjouan in the union of the Cymru's, that's in the Indian Ocean between the east coast of Africa, and the northwest end of Madagascar geochemists at Columbia University, found a load of court site, a metamorphosed rock formed from sandstone on the island of Andrea on the island is volcanic, and had been thought to contain only Ignace rocks. And from North Korea physicists at Kimmel sung universe. City in Pyongyang have brokered a rare green to collaborate with Italy's international school for advanced studies in Trieste, the North Koreans will study, computational neuroscience with talion physicists that was quick hits by Jim Daly.
"cymru" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"By about seven. I was a short that was gonna be in the film. What he said this place via? But we're not sure yet because I could've been a one of seven people in not felt horse. So I'm over the moon just to be working with Ken Loach, and to Bailey's film, 'cause they didn't really know anything about Phil. And then again, more improv. And I was working with my mate one day and give it in the van. And she rang there and said good morning. I Rick what What? you've got. Well, should you've got laid power in Ken Loach's film of I. Are you sure about George Springer clarify it before starts cooking? Celebrate in air. You've got the tire in Ken Loach's film. What? And then the fucking real world begun. Then it was like, wow. This is great. But it wouldn't let you have scripts. You don't see the story, you know, allowed to write shooting sequin. Yes. And you don't have the film's going to end. Now to the stays nowhere doing loads of improv about ecouraged, sir. I know my name's Eric and no money United from. No Arca got sue step. Lot's pre shoot. This is pretty sure on now are in the house. It's pre shoot in with the lads Jeddah, Stefan playing my stepson's even got an actress in to play the first wife, their mom is not in the film. To improve in the house with year. We improved about the kids being at school and getting bulletin school. And she was then she had a drink probe. So I don't know how this great improv with the labs, and this archers wish could remember name. But then she leaves it with the two kids, but this was all before Cymru even rolled and now a new. Lilla? Steph was going to be Lillian it my wife in it. So it's doing improv with her. Yeah. And how's he gave me the car the hero? Karen, it so this is your characters car of with it. Try it. So it was like fun tastic was really really exciting six-week shoe. And we didn't know how it was going to end up and shoot on day one you doing see if I the first day. Sunday. The Oakland safe was on it. Larry driving to Karen around about in the scripts. He drives it round the wrong way and the place Sailly off. But I, but it wasn't my fault is driver smashed. I don't into my car. I can in the back of their. Curl, focus puller and buried Cameron there in the back seat for the show. We don't lows shots long shots medium charts when the cameras actually in the car and remember driving and this don't drive race. It's me. Don't you avoid those? We'll avoid you your just going around. And that's what I did on the first time, I circuit this car came incredibly close. Remember thinking Jesus that was fucking close. The next sick round Bank. Head on collision. We I days. Yeah. All right. I was Marci fide. Like. Thursday filmed it I've just gotten a job dream job of up the car. It was nine fault. So cool as cucumber, right? The car sense everybody. Go. So the next I was the flash buck saying midget when I'm young and I've gotten allies have made and Steph where their pieces Dunn's where we met and younger actors play those. Yeah, we watched it. And it was in voluble because you know. Another Tyler said, we don't need you. It's flush buck. But you know, what you there because this is your member? And it was great. Because when you got when you were doing the film, you will allow to improvise he could say things that you could relate to the way the first downs. So and that's invaluable for you for creating that character credible as great as well because there was just saying where when he got married that..
"cymru" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Won't go on the first foul on Memphis of the game is called it'll be on big, Mike parks. Now, you know, why Addison hills in the game helped break the pressure. They went to the middle of floor took the pass and set up the numbers on the other end the day. Good free throw shooter to about sixty eight percent so far. Lhasa free throw. I one on the way right down the middle. Both teams off to a good start from fifteen feet away today. This is good all around player, and he's got experienced hidden agenda tax. So he's not like a newcomer that has played before. He also played two different junior college. Second one rolls around and goes through we're tied to here's the U of M hurrying Bruton gets it right corner. Downloaded parks turns and fires at rims around and good right from the low blocks he just turned from his right right through in the Tigers lead it for to pressure again beaten, and it's hill who gets it over to Fleming and the point guard will start out now, he's driving straight to the whole quick drive left hand off last got it and say what he is Lieutenant players strong army, very quick. And he drives the ball. Very well, I think that surprised to Tigers they weren't expecting him coming and he blew by everybody. Here's Martin left side get's left Davenport, those in on his man Williams gonna fire won't go rebound. Inside taken by parks. Now, everybody dives down to get it. And it is the pirates that come away with it. Jason gardener. For awhile has the ball gives it up to Flemming retied at four funding. Stop picks up his dribble center circle gets high post on that right side the garden. He'll take two steps livers to funding down low right side. They'll put it back up. And we've got a whistle to travel is called on East Carolina. First turnover in the game. Memphis basketball were tied at for. We played a minute. And nineteen seconds day likes to put the ball in Florida, and he'll either create for himself or others just a little anxious there Martineau bring it up on Shaun Williams. They had seen each other in the a circuit down to the left blocks. Here's parks again. Just moving is big body in point blank shot. Right. Over Gardner missed it and the rebound comes down to East Carolina. They're a plus three and a half rebounding team plumbing. Takes it to the corner leaves it up for the day left corner to hill and down to Gardner, which a double on him. He's gonna kick it back out till the day up top hill, right side, plumbing. He'll fire three won't go. Martin along rebound. They're not a good three point shooting team. Up ahead. Bruton takes down the left side of the lane goes underneath reverse layup right up in that guy could score inside close to the rim. Very allusive. Gotta herky-jerky kinda shot inside. And laid it in six four hear Cymru higher. It's the other way they work at left blocks to guard. Owner who takes it inside and tried to reverse layup bring your Thornton had to follow him. It was not Rainiers, man. He went right by somebody parks and coach Mitchell up yelling park, saying, hey, that's your guy. You get back down the floor show. Here's Gardner who shoots. A lot of free. Throws. As a seventy six percent free for shooter.
"cymru" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"And it was quite enclosed. But we wanted to show at the beginning of how on talk with things they went, and how exciting the life was at that point. You know, and not was really was one of the one of the reasons that we decided to you know, to be very adventurous and do it. And it's quite funny story behind it. We. Isn't actually one short the three different sections to it that we join is the first section is from the the dressing room to the festival they walk site. The men part of is overly the the the the point where they fucked promote side right through until they go into the stage well with Hollas and that we had it was like three minutes. Three minutes sequence on we had one day to shoot. Yeah. We had one hundred and fifty extras we were in pinewood studios in London which hut to look like a Cova city is to say we had one Star Wars had every single stage and pinewood and they had one day off an S was I think it was like April seventeenth two thousand and seventy on unlimited. Forget this because I was praying to the to the film gods. The it would be sunny because if it wasn't sunny than we don't have California and the day previously had been torrential Rin, and they often it was torrential rain. And no not it was sunny. That's crazy. That's all and and them. So in the idea, actually, it was weird because the idea to have to make it look. So you come out and say it, and you see these the first thing you see if you remember that are these two Roman soldiers playing baseball. And then you walk in those there's a couple of gypsies welcomed by drinking coffee and smoking and stuff, and I got the idea from. Being on from being in pinewood and see in stormtroopers walk in possibly every day on their iphones. Yeah. And I thought well, what's the equivalent of a stormtrooper on an iphone Bach in United? I seven oh, it's a Roman. And that was that was how it was all built it was actually it was it was I was referencing it from what I was seeing. How many times did you run it eighteen takes eighteen takes and we use the eighteenth one. That's awesome yet. And it was it was nothing to do with the octopus. The octopus never dropped to lane. It was just to do technical issues. One of the big challenges for was. When you when you're sending the the image Bach from the come and to the to the to the monitor's if do by by radio connection, you can't be. So you can't be too close. The because the the needs to be as minimal crews possible because the the commerce turned around and read it steady Cam. Yeah. And all the crew has to be running behind the the Commodore operator. Yeah. So what we did is we needed a cable to run the hallway. So we could keep the feed go in the whole time. So we dressed up the the Cymru. One of the guys in the Commerce Department as a nineteen thousand is extra. And if you ever watched the phone when DVD you'll see him, and he's walking alone with this wouldn't a box in his shoulder. And the and the cables running from biting we hit the we hit to take the cable and via fix. Yeah. Could could you have done it wirelessly to the monitor's. No because there was too much distance. It was so much destination. And there was so much. You know, the Belgians what we tried. We try to wear Leslie. But the distance was just to you know. And that's why we hit hit the dress up. But it was really it was great fun doing. It was it was great fun. Folks. I'm jumping in really quick to give you a five dollar off coupon to a one year subscription of backstory magazine..
"cymru" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"He is described by the police officers who caught him as a mild mannered Taylor. But if the allegations against him are true, he could be one of India's. Most prolific serial killers forty eight year old comrades was arrested two weeks ago near the town of Bhopal where he worked in a small clothing shop this week. He confessed to killing thirty-three truck drivers over the past ten years. He has not yet been convicted sub. Tarshi Ray is a journalist who has been following the story. We reached him in Delhi Sept Tarshi rate. Tell us a bit about what is known about adage comrade who is he? So what is nine about as Cymru is that by day? I mean, it sounds like a Hollywood movie or something, but by day's movement, tayla well known in the community and by apparently he was part of a criminal gang that roped. Lee lorry-drivers. What the police made me is that he had his brand. I of befriending truckers at these stops. You know these truck stops. I'm sure you haven't been Canada, any big country. The general gist was that he would go into that truck off of them, drink drug them, and then the rest of his guiding would rub the the Lou from the cargo from the back of the lorry. Some of them would drive off with a truck has who this point, unconscious. And then he would mutter them some state. And how far back to these murders go? Well at the moment. I mean, I'm sure you can pre shit, Helen. Most of the information is coming from the police here in India, and it's, you know, these confessions that are coming out of we don't come into trial yet, but they're saying now it could go back as far as two thousand and five thousand six nationwide across several states of India and police are saying he's confessed, yes. So pretty much. I mean, how happened is an insult. Self could make a blockbuster movie. He was taken down by a female police officer who could make an action hero heroine say, I mean, she's an expert in Cuando Judah full medalist of the Asian Games and basically was on a manhunt for through the jungle three days before she rested him. That's extrordinary. So tell me a little bit more about what motivated the crimes. So what is happening is getting essentially a domino effect from the criminal gang. I mean, you know the shakedown was he befriends lorry-drivers. They go off and they steal the truck itself. And they said it often a different state because stealing of lorries is rife in India. So a lot of the time, there's this huge insurance policies. I cover them. So a lot of them up and a lot of the truckers themselves, no don't commended, or you know, people who would be registered as of being missing. So to actually piece together would have taken a long time. The gang now seems to be turning in upon itself and his associates if I can use that would basically saying that he was the one who killed them. What about that? The bodies? I mean, presumably you're thirty three victims here. How did police not trace the bodies to the trucks to the people responsible? He was very clever. I mean, barren mind again, have to repeat this. This information's coming from the police, but he was very careful. He was stripped clothes very them in forest or jungle or land in various different states. So the idea that maybe even if a couple of buddies found in one state the idea, the joined policing across various boaters various ranks police and so on to link crimes would have taken quite some doing you say he drugged them, and then they were back in their trucks to be too gruesome, but how did he actually kill them.
"cymru" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"George with MS always is the DVD. Dastardly goes as coast to my left. It's the fight analyst, Dan, Tom sitting to my far, right? It's Jon Morgan, the white shadow, and of course back east jumbo, Josh, what the ladies call producing today sub guys. How's the epic story? I wish you could tell on the air, but we don't got time trying, but ladies single, he'll bring it to apparently. All right. It's right. It's the end of the week. Next week we'll turn the page. We can officially call it fight week because of you have see to twenty eight in Dallas, Texas put still lots to talk about a lot of stories out there. In fact, a UC to twenty eight story that I do wanna lead off with, but shout out to the PF l. professional fighters league yesterday had PF l. seven and it was their final regular season event, and it was pretty cool to see how guys fighting for a playoff spot just really hit that six year. So we'll circle back to that. But the one thing that's been on my mind and I've been talking about with people this morning is Tyron would lead the UCLA tweets champions refusal to fight Comorros Mon who is. I want John clarify, I think he's actually been singled out as an alternate. Yes, for this officials, yes, by the UC zoo and put it out there without. Well, you know, he just saying that the same way, Kevin Lee was saying show to twenty nine, which by the way we've always said a lot of people have called in say, the should have a contingency in this, and then it seemed like, all right, here we go. We have it an insurance policy for Dallas and now the champion San well. She's a champion in their own right that. All right. And the champion saying, I won't fight gold. I won't fight. Uh, I won't buy Darren till won't buy Comorros off idir until if he doesn't make wait. Or if you makes weight or whatever guys react to that. I'll tell you right now. I think it's simple. I'm surprised there's even a divide here to me, tire, Woodley desserts, all respect in the world for doing that. He is a professional and he's remaining committed to being professional being champion. I, here's where I would see go wrong because you gotta you gotta play the whole thing out. He's refusing to fight qamaruzzman, but he's not refusing to fight during till if Darren till MRs wait. Now if tyrant comes table says guess what man is still doesn't make wait. I'm taking my show money and going home. I could do this show on your own. I'm not fighting cameras. Ruben. I'm not worried about no backup plan. That's not what he said. He said, I will fight their into whether he makes weight or not. That's the guy fighting for deaths. The guy prepare for and I respect that. I mean, you're talking about. Stephen Thompson is the replacement opponent like, well, it's a little tweak, but it's pretty similar style I can deal with that. I mean, you're talking a polar opposite in terms of body size in terms of fighting strategy, terms of everything and to say that, hey, I gotta take that fight on twenty four hours notice now I'm not gonna do that. So had he said, you know, till doesn't make wait. I'm out and I'm not fighting our care about the backup plan. Then I think you could chastise them all you want, say, man, you know, championing you're not what we want with the UCLA, but he's not saying that he saying I'm fighting till whether he makes way to not and Cymru doesn't need to worry about it. That comes spec that we know the stance. Widow knows if they're paying a guy to prepare. They would. He's. Want to have the title one makes more sense for business and then one makes more sense the fans should be praising because I would imagine they picked between those metrics. They'd rather wanna see till they wanna see a good fight businesswise they wanna make sure that a belt make sense right now, they got it in term Tampa by the way, could actually factor into that equation..
"cymru" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"In the world of sports let's, start with this apparently Corey Cadaval the closer has blocked a number of people from his Twitter account after they went, onto, his Twitter account at savage after his awful performance yesterday's bureau laws My first response to that is that's what you get for having. A Twitter code Athletes want, to communicate with their fans but when the cans be. Jerks and communicate with them. They don't like what it is that they communicate now I think it's pretty obnoxious. They go to an, athlete's Twitter account. At rip him for, having a bad. Performance I'm sure the athlete I feel terrible, but like I say people do. Things I what those people, have walked up to, Corey can, apple in, public indebted probably not some jerks might but. Probably not again and again and again I make this doesn't matter what. It is people will do things on social media that. They wouldn't do in person there's a story from Florida bought a guy to Fred's they got into an argument about whether or not felons ought to be able to vote and President. Trump what are the guys that over to the, other guy's house and shot him these fights start on social media all the time but it's because I suspect if these two guys are face to face just discussing this that they would not have. Started to the point that it? Got so harsh that it ended up with whatever why did he shoot the others You know how It's part of human nature that when you're paying for something with, a credit card looser with the money that we have to pull, out the cash it's one of the reasons some dinosaurs still like to. Pay with cash we all know that that's true at it's been studied. To death it it's one of the reasons retailers have encouraged the use of plastic even though they've got to pay the little bit of a fee to the credit card companies because they know that the consumer is likely to spend more money when they're. Using the card the same thing is true with regard to the to the things that people, do social media we are willing. To be harsher we're willing to be meaner When you don't have, to, look the. Person in the face even if you're using your name and you're putting it out there for the entire world to see so yeah I think you'd have to be a, jerk to go to an athlete's page and rip them because he, had a bad Gabe as for the athlete then blocking the people from. His social media page in the first place I turned it around the. Other way if you're an athlete and you don't want anybody to go to your social media page and rip you don't have a social media page what do you need it for it's inevitable that that is going to occur it is also inevitable that. Cory could able we'll be cheered and cheer cheer cheer cheer cheer what do you have as, good outings and then get booed. When he goes up and Stinks up the. Joint that's also human nature from fans it doesn't make it right but it's part of reality let's go to the next one we're talking, about the Green Bay Packer quarterback? Situation and I think of all the things. That are going out on last night's game. That was probably the one thing, that, most fans. Are both they'd arrested it was one of the things that I was most interested in Without a doubt Brett Hundley was the best looking quarterback they had I think. Tim Boyle was second and I think to shine Kaiser. Was third but all of them play decently well especially when. You consider that most of them were dealing with third and. Fourth string receivers some, of, whom weren't going. To make the team the Packers here have to Paul comic yesterday? Just cut Brett Hundley now and I think that that's the position most Packer fans that they saw Brett Hundley play last year they were depressed and they want to see him go I don't know what I'd do if I were the Packers the NFL is filled with players. Who stunk their first year Aaron Rodgers went six ten his first. Year is it too early to. Give up on Brett Hundley, or not I really don't. Know by the same token is. A tour early to give up onto shine Kaiser, who couldn't win a game with Cleveland last year or do you give him a. Pass because after all it was Cleveland that he was there's no way. They're keeping four quarterbacks I do think that they will keep three Who do you think the. Best game I ranking it Hundley boil Kaiser Fossils boil Paul said other than the past that have already had him Hundley didn't show much while the other. He had he did show that though that pass was mad in the same way that boils best pass was the. One to I think the guy for whitewater Cymru is going to make the team First of all I it's not. Often that you see a white receiver with here coming on this, is most of the white guys that have hair coming out of the back of their helmets are. In defense guys like Klay Matthews the every defensive back has dreadlocks at every running back has dreadlocks but this is. The white guy this got hair coming out of the back of his He's New England guy Ritter from. Cincinnati got rid of them get a transfer from Illinois to go, whitewater to be able to play. Just wonder how sure seems to me there's something there I just. Looks to be like there's something there, that he can play, but he said chances at other teams and they haven't kept it but. I do, think that he's going to make the team I think this. With the Packers I think that they learned from last year That they can't be in a situation where. A fragile goes down for fried goes down for, fourteen games the season's over but if he. Goes down for four or five, you've gotta be able to ride through it Philadelphia lost, their quarterback and still won the Super Bowl you need somebody it's asking and nobody's expecting that somebody is good. As Aaron Rodgers will come in for heaven's sakes Aaron Rodgers probably still the best quarterback in the game but they need. Somebody who is serviceable enough to give you a chance to, be able to win the game and I think that they. Recognize that the question is which of these three is that clearly it wouldn't get be boiled the guy could even win it division. One AA last year but, he's probably got the most upside of any of them my guess is that they're probably going. To end up with Kaiser and not with Hundley because they couldn't win with Hundley last year, but if that's the case shouldn't they just release Hundley right now and spend all the time developing the other two guys it is an interesting situation that they're in a lot of people who say that shine Kaiser, if he would have come on a year. Later would have been one of those guys picked, in the first round of this year's draft Final thought on that you know we didn't have many of. The top receivers playing last night either if they want to judge how good these guys really are they have to keep your on. Rogers out of the next, couple of games and play these guys with the actual number one unit the number one offensive. Line the number one receivers against that other teams number one defense and try to judge it, that way in fact I wouldn't be surprised if Kaiser place I next week and Hundley placed second in an attempt to flip the order But you say Saint Brown it's. Not Saint proud, I don't know but it's there is, a Saint there but I don't think maybe it is saved proud as a lot of these guys that tried to. Keep track you almost none of them are gonna, make the team the guy who that running back, that you be what? What's his name the guy that needed. Like nine plays the finally get into the end zone that. I wasn't Dr Kaiser was in the red zone for, twenty five minutes then they, couldn't get in, couldn't get in couldn't get through a passive and, the committed interference and they needed three more plays that. They finally got Well they finally got in, there anyway that, was the Packer game last night it's five or, seven let's see where am I on the break Paul This is? What So I needed to the. Word right now All right Time to give you the iheartradio music festival fly, away contest texted word for, this hour and you know what. This means this means get to go to the I heart radio, music festival which means you get to go to. Las Vegas the word. 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"cymru" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"That's kind of standing in that she doesn't know where it is, but she looks down. And one of them is that was pregnant is all relaxed and calm sitting on the ground. And she said something had been sitting next to it. Just putting its stomach running, it's hand over its stomach or give it as Pat over and over. And this this horse is may is all calm and relaxed. So she's thinking, okay, this is not consistent with what I've been hearing, but then she thinks, what is this? The start of them trying to steal the falls. She realizes it's not. She claims as she starts interacting more with big old gal that big old gal is somehow protecting the fall against the mutilations. Because all the strange other activity with the invisible beings and the little grey, it all seems to die down when this strawberry headset squad starts getting around. So she thinks she's going to do to start feeding. So what she does is she owes an office people. I don't know where you get the measure, but what to big Foot's eight and she's told they love routes. So what she does is she goes and gets all these root vegetables. She puts them into a big ball, puts the ball at side while you were gonna say she made a big foot bump cake, go point. No, she didn't get that. But she left this big ball at solvable, these root vegetables in it, and she came out in the morning and of course all the vegetables picked through. It's only take the ones that once everything else is just strewn about, but she finds the balls now face down in the soil, but around it is this triangular stick formation was sticks of being thrown down and then the side for pie. That lawns up perfectly with Cymru's new physics coming up in the moment, she's dead. I don't understand what this means. It me these strange symbols and equations, so she can't get it. I wouldn't get it either, but she starts trying to communicate with this being by leaving sticks in different formations, but obviously spend two completely different languages. And it has has no effect whatsoever. The fall was born healthy and happy, and it seems like the sasquatch had done what it had to do. It was it seems to her with obviously no conclusive evidence forward, but it seems to her that the whole reason why that thing showed up is it was protecting the full and her ride from whatever this negative activity was. And then of course, beagle gal to him to disappear. That was, of course, until a few weeks I was she'd been seeing the footprints of big old gal and she claims that she collected hair as well. The big o. galloping brushing up against things. So she had these long white and golden blown hairs that obviously, there was no analysis done on them, so it could be anything, but. She is trying to understand why was it protecting the fall wanted? It seem to be so motherly. It's because it was pregnant to afterwards when though these big foot tracks, they will little Bigfoot tracks next to it. Oh, he's door what she said. She saw the sasquatch with a little baby running around, so it was him. So obviously she was pregnant. She obviously must have felt empathy for another pregnant being. And this is why she was protecting them. But that's kind of the end of where that goes as glad we have a conclusion to the Dunga saw. No, no, no, no, no. There's still keep going. There's still plenty of org. I put in regards to the sasquatch stuff that's within on of died down, but this sinister element stock coming back in. And this happens when one, not the sun. It's it's funny how it seems like her for the most part for being in the face and it seems like she's leaning more towards this all. This is positive, and this is wonderful. But for the sun, it seems like it's distinctly negative. There's something that's quite negative about it because he's driving along yet again with these..
"cymru" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"I was at remember show that adam hunter used to run in westwood the boeing cymru house he has whatever so there was this comedian he's on stage when i walk into the room this comedian onstage koran i think that's his name anyway theron no not to ron another guy great name either way either way he was saying he was a comedian but he's on stage like he's going in on this guy in the crowd and again across like i'll shorter than you but built you know and so they come aside we need your help what am i gonna do housing i hate just because i'm six three even grab me it's like no right a little muslim guy rambo i'm the tech guy gets the plane you know what i mean i'm not i'm not close today yeah man i'm back at home base i'm in the truck going like this okay head of you affirmative ethan hunt i'm going to tell them him where to go but anyway he's yelling at a guy in a crowd in his getting tents but i woke up to the guy that he's yelling at and i put my hand on his shoulder just to be like hey man is everything okay but i felt rock okay i thought rocky rate i felt like i but i looked at the guy's face and he was calm he had a little smirk on his face i knew that this guy could kill everyone in the room yeah okay so i said let me get you a beer man you know the guy comes outside with me it's like what that guy he's calm them was i said well what's up man he's like yeah you know i'm a green beret or like he's like she's crying he's like i just got back you know and i'm just i wanted to come have a good time out here and he just was like i just thought to myself it's like okay we make like this i go to glove works now i'm boxing my little experience with boxing hourly feel like i'm walking around the streets like i wish somebody would test me i spoke to get into a fight light in the fight it'll be like now whole johan's ups could hit them that's so true his feeling out my door put mccown that's what happened to me a little training a long way your head you just so mansell knowing that imagine if you've gone through five years of green beret training yeah how you must feel all how must you must feel untouchable please test me well do sound leah krista leah at the comedy store in the main room i'm sorry in the in the original how long ago this was probably six seven years ago by the way i got attacked oh are but go on so he's he go this girl's kinda heckling chris but chris was in a bad mood for another reason and i've never seen chris do this but he was he was going after the gal in a way that was a little bit like now not yet also also also i noticed that gentlemen sitting next to the young lady was a very wide let cancel but rugged man and you know i i you know me you caught them correct sir i clock men i borderline attracted to various very athletic i you know what it by the way and i know that it's not gay at all well three percents percent is percents i get this because it's like you know you've always wanted to be successful yep and then you you find yourself going like oh that guy looks successful yes i wonder what he did i've always wanted to be a tough guy you recognize guy looks i've always wanted to be a tough guy so when i see a tough enough and you see these lines yeah i mean you wish you were lying iraqis is your is your this this finally finally high high end end in the corner thank.
"cymru" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Is you lift he lost control of his tongue and he's asking for him to resign resign clean your desk and get out of office but allow imagine had according to best his office they're defending his statement saying that the the that the comment word this or this tweeted a by the than the media to was it fic media read or not apparently it upsetting some people is speaking of upsetting people uh ruined i guess in egypt uh the parliament is discussing plans to kremlin criminalize apias them right now you know that they have their legislative agenda in order in order for it that's right so i don't know what happens with agnes takes the azs there under quite a bit of a tech currently it is so i get curious about what sort of enforcement effort is going to go he will play now to one god oh really hang you i don't know it sure seems like it's kind of heterogenous direction can we find it and how do you how do you uh you how do you decide uh we leave it to amadeo you leave it the amaral cymru's i'm to whose he's the head of the egyptian parliament's committee on religion said that he was a drafting a bill that plans to make atheism a crime in egypt to fall under the category of contempt of religion now if you recall the sisi the current president they uh got quite a bit of support from the hashemite family the the folks over deer and saudi arabia because it in like godley arabia uh hashemi oh i'm sorry the the the monarchs i think i thought this all jordan the hashemites out a few years ago yeah but theobald botha the saudi alsabah no that's the kuwaitis i'm getting all my kingdoms all kingdom d up but the egyptians a enjoyed quite a bit of volume uh support from the saudi at ruling family ran burn yeah that's right so did shortly after egyptian president presidential reelection naming a benefit that had see that the president the the relationship uh the there was quite a bit of um since the saudis were against the brother miss them brotherhood one muslimeen were an and charged with.
"cymru" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The donation cymru rule was just going to take skin sample and the reason that i believe they they thought that is number one mr saunders doesn't read very well and they were in a desperate situation because they had very little army uh to be able to uh come up with a final option for cody after he passed away and one of their relative founded donation comfortable got the document and subsequently equal sent to them now that consent or online almost all the others that we reviewed and of course of the investigation does not tell donor family that body will be affected as part of the process in fact many of the other donation uncles are quite with uh in you know a a vivid that they use the term member this articulate and roh moo removal of its arms and legs this one did so they were left you know to their own beliefs about what would happen and furthermore as i you know talk to them um you know they said that they didn't have another option they lack on you'd be able to uh cremate or berry cody uh in the normal way but because this firm offered a free cremation with the monitoring from may went with we'll come back to the sound in just a moment brian but that's the driver here f i read your story correctly uh this serve as this particular one restore life was offering to pick up and to handle the corpse and to cremate the remains that were not used for research and return the cremation cremated ashes to the family all for nothing and the reason that was attractive is because the family didn't have any money but restore life has a as a as a business plan that's built around the fact that many people will take advantage of a few free funeral in fact it has what you call it informal relationship with the region where it's located this is in tennessee and the county with indagine deaths takes advantage of restore life and everybody looks to be a happy about the relationship until you actually met with the saunders and there was true unhappiness i can only expand on that to imagine other families would be equally surprised and unhappy to learn that they surrendered the remains of their loved ones and didn't know what was going to be done with the with with with.