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"darnay" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on Big Blue View

"There's just so many questions heading into this game on the implementation of these new offense of weapons of the giants have yet like how many titans are the giants even going to have available. We've got rudolph coming back from the foot injury. He seems like he's going to be available. Active he could be there leading tight end. Cadence smith popped up on the injury report this week. We know evan. Ingram is dealing with a calf. He was a long shot to play. I'm not counting on him. Suiting up i think the giants might be targeting next week against washington you know. Have him available for the divisional match up there against this secondary. I think that could be another reason. Why the giants look to lean on their running game and maybe in the passing game. Go to quick pass to the running back. Maybe try to attack the two linebackers. They have their josie jewel end a barren browning the rookie yet. That could be really the only exploitable or easily explainable weakness. In this broncos defense overall though this is going to be a really really well coached group and It it's just a defensive minded team because vic fangio so they'll that's one thing that you just immediately have to factor in. Is that the priority on this roster seems to have been since fangio took over is defense. So they're going to be a strong team. I have an interesting question oppose guys before we wrap with the different hypothetical. But which do you guys think has the better matchup. The giants receivers against the broncos secondary or the broncos receivers against the giants secondary. I'm going to just say with into the context of the preseason. The overall health of the units. In everything i would say. The broncos receivers have a have the bit better matchup against the giant secondary got dory jackson coming off the ankle injury. The broncos receivers. They're starting receiver's got more or a lot more work in the preseason. So they might. You've more ready to start quickly and the giants kenny. Golladay didn't get a whole lot of work. Canarias tony He didn't hardly get any work this summer. So it's basically sterling shepherd and dairy sleekness guys who had who had the most work the most experienced the most the most recent football also say and then you've got that rebuilt secondary. There's not a whole lot of tape on these guys going together. There is some tape on the giants secondary. So i don't think either. Receiving core is going to have it easy but the broncos receivers might have it a Just a fraction less hard. Yeah i would. I tend to agree with everything you just said. Chris i mean just because you have a lot of. I don't wanna say uncertainty with the giants Coming back from injuries but just a lot of guys missed assault on a time whereas it seems like other than no offense did tight end. for the broncos. The skill position players for the broncos have been pretty healthy through training camp fans looking like he's going to play just dealing with a lower body injury at the moment. So i'm going to have to say that and that's not a referendum whatsoever on the giants who is still remain high on or or the giants receivers for that matter or the giants receivers exactly within the context of this game. That's how that's how things shake out. At least my is also wondering how pat shurmur wants to utilize jerry. Judy because you lined up about a third of the slot snaps or he mind about third of his snaps in the slot last year. And that's a. That's something that i can see them trying to exploit its darnay. Homes continues to kind of struggle a little bit which could lead to. Julian love for placing dr name homes. The chess match game is going to be interesting. Also wonder how shurmur is gonna use guys like caja handler. Who really explosives smaller type of player mean you have tim patrick i know his name is all that exciting but it just seems like that guy produces every time he gets on the field and no one really ever talks about them so then they got. They got a plethora weapons over there. That's true know bringing jerry judy up as a slot you know. We saw dallas with cd. Lamb him yep basically bursting onto the scene as a slot receiver. I don't think anybody really looked at him as a slot receiver in the draft year. So that i think is something to keep an eye on. Especially as we're seeing teams moving their best receivers into the slot. You even mike evans. With the buccaneers was getting snaps in the slot last year. That's just scary. If you're a a slot corner so just a hypothetical question here to to wrap us up and close us out. You know of of four guys on the broncos roster the ones that we've highlighted here jerry. Judy bradley chubb garrels patrick ser tan and we want to include justin simmons in this. Because you're down here chris. Do we want to include them or just the four guys mentioned i know either so it's hard to not include one of the one of the best safety justin simmons out of those players. Who would we want on this giants roster if we could steal one of these guys to become a new york giant who would we want and i i'm just gonna come out and say i'd rather have bradley chubb out of any of these guys because one thing that the giants are still lacking i think is a little bit of juice as a pass rusher. I know that we have high expectations for social ari but man if they had bradley chubb that defense would be scary. If you had a player of that caliber. So that's where i'm standing. I'm going with with bradley trouble. This one i mean you can knock pick whatsoever. You cannot any of these pigs. I think they would all be really really solid answers for right now. Man i lean towards. I lean towards bowls just to think he's the best player out of these four. You actually might be the fourth best player but you have to look at the giants situation at the context of the offensive line in the question. Mark you have at right tackle and possibly left tackle andrew. Thomas doesn't develop clean up some of the mistakes that he's made. I still remain optimistic on andrew thomas but it has to be shown to me at the same time..

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"darnay" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on No Laying Up

"They're gonna again a product. we're very passionate about. We appreciate their support of our show. Whoop dot com code laying up. Let's get back to mark calcavecchia on the tiger note. I know you guys have had a relationship in the past. You've played ryder cups together. Play practice rounds together. Curious as to what your current status of your guys relationship is and and what the origination of that relationship is one of you speak on the cat for a minute. Yeah we I i met tiger When i started working with butch harmon and ninety four so i work with blood from ninety four zero four and of course Tiger thanks started working with them. Probably about pretty much the same time i think when he was like fourteen so as the years went by when on tire old enough to go to vegas by himself a lot of times we had practice sessions together with butch and we'd go out to dinner that night or do some gambling or whatever and you know we got to know each other really well and then i'm not i'm not a real big practice round guy but of course in majors you gotta play a few of them so i always played my practice tiger because i like to go the soon as you can see. I like to tee off man and tiger like that too because he got at least nine holes without people bothering them so we always played at the crack of dawn on tuesdays and wednesdays of majors. We were friends Time went on and we were ryder cup teammates. We played it. I thought curtis strange into parentis. An alternate shot and kurdish led to me. Well i think you're in the two thousand two ryder cup. You're better at best ball. I said curtis i'm four. No an alternate shot and my three previous ryder cups and he had no idea so. Of course i play with tiger. And i didn't play very well and tiger. Didn't putt very well. And we lost two and one. So i was kind of a bummer but as tiger grief about that for a long time i get tired of hearing it actually missed three straight four foot putts on eleven twelve and thirteen and then half shank to nine iron on a par three in the next stall and man for that loss but nowadays when i was a member of the medalist tiger just joined assam out there. Some you know you said hey didn't have didn't have really a whole lot to say i just love being down jupiter and live five miles from each other and i never seem which you know. That's okay but i i to say hey and in our last house we had a two lane bowling alley and actually ill and brought the kids over to bowl. Wants and i said you know come bringing welcome to bring from bowl anytime you want. And he never took me up on that so we just kind of drifted apart a little bit. There's a story again. This from highway says that you know you hit a range through a range ball in his direction at the two thousand one masters that had something written on it. Remember that story. Remember what was on there. I can't remember what i wrote. Though it was something with an expletive. It's it's unclear as to what it was. But i was just curious if you remember it. I know it's been twenty years. Yeah i do remember that now. Yeah it was an expletive and You know he's very funny when you play practice rounds together and you're walking along with them. He's kinda muttering under his breath. And all i'll say. Screw you cocker little. Bit rougher away but It was just funny. And that's what he does. You know with justin thomas and at all the guys that he's with now He has gotten a lot better In the last five seven years or so with a With the media and talking to people and that stuff south on the other side of that you also played practice rounds and matches with phil and there's a time period when tiger and phil aren't necessarily the best of friends and i know everyone's gotta mickelson betting story of some kind but what was. What was that like right. Yeah felt phone. Tiger never played practice rounds together so fight. If i wasn't wearing a tiger phil try to drum up. Some sort of money. Game with john huston or john would always play or Or came greenwood always play. Whoever we we played enough. We played thousand bucks You know like matchplay and you can press for half on eighteen you if you down or or area lost a I played at augusta. I beat him and then had launch and he says Let's go play the back nine. For for a dime. I want my money back. And i said okay and and i m off again so that might have been the only time i beat him but at least like twice a day and had to pay by the next day cash otherwise it was one hundred dollar fine was going to say you gotta carry that much cash on. You has to pay. Cash the checks or anything like that. Oh you could go to. Yeah bring a check the next day and and go to finance it. If you didn't have enough to pay up you better get a check quick and go to the bank or do something but yeah you had. You had to pay fast. What's the difference in a plant that say you know the differences. Maybe one hundred thousand dollars in earnings like on the eighteenth green of tournament versus one. That means you would lose ten thousand dollars to another player. Do you see what i'm getting at. Yeah i do It's definitely the the pot in a match right. You know because it's your money and you don't wanna lose we all we all blow puffs in the last all the costs a bunch of money and i don't know if the if the kids today you know if they make a bogey or double on eighteen to go from third to eighth or tenth or something you know. I don't know if they look at the paper and try to figure out how much gonna cost them. But but i always did so. It's just part of the deal or whole lot of bunker shot and saw that lucky forty i made on eighteen. One me an extra fifty grand or something so it it goes both ways but yeah when you're playing a match and even if for two or three hundred or whatever the difference you know you're you're totally nervous question all right. So you've just birdied the eighteenth hole at royal troon at the nineteen eighty nine open championship. You are headed to a playoff. What was the conversation like you had with somebody in official or someone that surprise you in terms of what you were in store for. When it came to the playoff i had no idea It was the first year that they instituted the four-hole playoffs. And you know to start of the week. You not really planning what you're going to do on a playoff so far thinking ahead that you don't allow yourself to do it And then even the last round i was i was quite a ways behind wayne brady. I made a couple bogeys in the middle of around and wayne was playing great and then finally When i when. I flew that chip in the whole number twelve left of the green. After that i hit every shot great and birdied sixteen and eighteen to tigres mormon. I knew i had to birdie eighteen to tie him. The wayne still had five holes left and he still had a two shot lead so he ended up bogan. Both par-three is fourteen and seventeen and Next thing i know we're gonna play off. So i asked the guy the darnay guy said as soon we're going back eighteen he says now we're going to one. I said one. I said that's a weird to have a sudden death playoff on. It's easy is home. Of course i. I just i couldn't believe it. And then he says now. We're playing one to seventeen eighteen. I was like oh. Thank god of course greg birdie one and two again and i i made pot onto but Yeah as it turned out. I had no idea of the four-hole play-off it'd definitely relaxed me. It helped it helped my little brain a lot on the. I had a little bit of time to to try to win the thing. So you gain some valuable experience At troon on the seventy second hole that helped drives him decision making On on the final play off the fourth playoff hole that maybe one of your playing partners didn't have the same strategy in..

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"darnay" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"They after the clinical stage a says it says they had to change their manufacturing process. So we're we're there an entire new safety or efficacy trial after they did that. No with the same numbers then says they have also invested in new production lines in new factories and this was after after the european medical agency called them out. Where was it up here for. All of this stuff highlighted ding it for problems. They have problems with their lives with their issues. Where things were unsanitary. And we're not even talking about the jj stop. We're talking about pfizer back. Then where they had issued the labs and all sorts of different things. So that's we're talking about here where they had to change and new production lines and all these different things and i don't know why they had no effect and why the meeting and cared report dot. These modifications could explain the differences in exact composition of vaccines great. So the vaccines are different. Depending on where. They're made or how they're made her win the mate or they're different in particularly decrease in the degree of integrity of the m the horn. Hey this is a crucial element of the vaccine which wants injected themselves makes it possible to make the spike protein. It says the vaccines used in clinical trials at between sixty nine percent and eighty one percent intact. Darnay that is the entire sequence used to make the spike protein on the other. Hand data on the batches produced in the new production lines gas. What revealed lower percentages. If you nine on average.

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"darnay" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"That he brought to a jackson state university tennessee state followed up with with eddie george and I think bring a lot of positive attention. It is really good. Football at these You colleges so. I think it's a situation exactly how you said I think marshall is trying to figure out if this is a you know a move that he could swallow no he had some conversations with my marks. He told me last night that he intends to talk to coach meal and some of his former or a college coaches. But you know. And i told him. I'd say hey you're just gonna have to you know commit yourself to it and that's the way marshall is anything he does. He commits himself. So i think he's weighing his options right now seeing that big If he put the golf clubs down. And i always joke with him because that's another situation where he was the worst opera ever seen in my life and he didn't like them he committed. Now he's one of the better golfers out there so if he decides this is something he wants to do he'll be good. I think you know. And i saw your your post. You talk about him. Being you know football guy. He's he's probably one of the more knowledgeable football guys. I've ever been allowed yet. I have no doubt and we all joke about having to give up golf but to your point. Here's a guy who had a stutter. Who became rochester. Who jerry clinton. I think made fun of his golf game and then marched At pissed off bought clubs and got really good if he does this I don't think he's gonna half asset. I think he's going to be intense Think he's got a lot to give to. I think the kids would. I think he'd be good at it. I don't know if he wants to do it. I got this feeling if he does it because he always had a great take on everything. And as i said no frigging tell you his opinion. He'll tell me how wrong. I am not wrong. You are but i think he might be good at. I think he look. I think in a he has equality to evaluate talent better than most. I mean i personally. I think that you know he'd be perfect to run an nfl team. Because i think he's got some really good qualities as far as evaluating talent. Which is you know really. I would say sixty to seventy five percent of the nfl if you do a really good job of evaluating talent in new. Can you know hit more picks than you miss on and you'll some of the right. Coaching staff I think that's that's the successful team. But i think with marshes ability to evaluate guys. I think he'd be perfect because it's a lot easier to coach a kid. That's a good. That's a good player than than the opposite than then the contrary so a lot of these teams you know say. Hey this coaches this coaches The best coach in. Nfl coach is not good. I think it starts with the talent. Those because i think you could coach a bunch of the guys that played for rams when they had the greatest. Your s now. To knock on mike martz dick meal. But it's just a lot easier to put guys in situation to be successful. You have better players. And i think that's the situation with alabama. I have a lot of respect. The nick sabin but he signs more five star guys than any other universities so think he showed win national championships at the pacers. When aren't final thought. Give me a draft a memory where you felt like everybody's wrong about your guy. They didn't take early enough. Maybe slipped into the middle rounds or you ever have draft day like man. Everybody's gonna regret skip it on my guy or they're all pass not on. They're going to eat it later. I think it was the sandy. Marsha was drafted in the first round We had a receiver that lately with marshall at san diego state. Darnay scott I was thinking. Darnay would be mid first round pick in at work cincinnati so hard to big marshall with the first fit I didn't realize they were watching more film on his team at san diego state than a bid on him because they had already made up their mind on dan wilkinson so i would say it's dr night. He didn't go in the first round. He wound up being the first in the second round to cincinnati in a had a really really good career with them. So i would think that's one One of my members a saint louis. Kit will franklin's uncle. If i'm not mistaken darnay snap i think number a great career. Over four hundred receptions of the bengals will rocky good to catch up. Good luck jomar chase. Maybe we'll catch up with him after draft and enjoy the night cleveland. Thank you always a pleasure man. Well i really loved. Hearing those stories about the stephen jackson pick Also the fact. That marshall faulk goes to the colts number two overall and they had no clue that they were taking him that the agent and the player had no clue. The team was about to make that pick. I don't think that happens anymore. With all the social media and the amount of coverage might have pre-draft coverage that takes place but fascinating story. And i am also intrigued by this marshall possibly becoming a football coach and gets back in the game who knows maybe ends up back in an nfl front office. I'm not sure if it will happen to put the clubs down. I joked about it rocky. Joked about it He loves to golf and doesn't need to do it but i think it might be a challenge. He's a guy who likes a challenge so it will keep close tabs on that as well kilcoyne conversation. You can always find at scoops. With danny mac dot com. All of a regular segments are posted on dan. mclachlan's website but also make sure you subscribe spotify. I tunes wherever you get your podcast. 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"darnay" Discussed on The Faith Experiment

The Faith Experiment

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on The Faith Experiment

"A haystack. For most of us and this is often the reason why when we put the bible down after. We've been regina studying it. We feel like we didn't quite get it or we feel like we're missing something. And so what is the storyline of the bible. And how can we find these chapters and where other threats contact show break now but when we come back we're gonna dig deep into the storyline. How it works and hopefully see how it applies to the bible and then they get sick around to get today's code word for today's e. guide. I'll be right back after this. With the faith experiment. Faith experiment is made possible. Because of people like you if you enjoy what we doing. Please consider supporting us by making a donation on our website at faith. Fm dot com dot slash darnay bird. Gods and his son called him to he came. He'll and foggy. She lived and a two to prove my say either.

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"darnay" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It is the Vegas take. We'll get back to you know the basketballs new hire Kevin Kruger in just a few minutes. By the way, learned that Ah, good friend of the show, I think. Is she a friend of the show? Mindy Robinson. I don't know if she's in front of the show or not. I don't think she likes me very much in front of the show. It's probably stress. She's been on the show One time. Yeah. So she mocks me and makes fun of me and all this other stuff, and I said she wasn't a serious candidate. She wasn't she ran for office here in Las Vegas. Well, I've just learned some information that she was forced to take her Twitter account down, and I don't know if this is true or not, but apparently the FBI's investigator for possibly being a part of the insurrection again. I don't know if that's true or not, allegedly. But I do know that or Twitter has been taken down. And when your twitters taken down, that's that's certainly a start. Apparently she put up pictures of her day of January 6th at the insurrection. She was I knew she was in D. C and she actually heckled Lindsey Graham and her heckling went went viral. Yeah, well, that was a very intelligent. I don't know if she was part of the actual riot or not. I'm not Sure she had It wouldn't surprise me. If she was. She was one of the Lindsey Graham hackers. Well, she sounds like a very shoes. She was the Lindsey Graham had She was like the one. Well, that's a very intelligent thing to do. She seems like a very intelligent person. So we missed. We wish many Robinson. Well, by the way, Speaking of intelligent, well, nothing to do with that. But anyway, I'm at a local casino Last night J. D. I'm sitting at the bar. I'm ordering a drink strip is a strip or strip. Okay, I'm ordering a drink. I'm with a friend. We're watching the games. And I'm just talking to my friend, you know, and then this guy, says Brian Then he sits back and then I go. Ryan. I look over. I'm like, Yeah. Who are you? Because I don't know who this guy is A younger dude with tattoos and and young dude. Nice guy. You're Brian Shapiro. And I'm like, Yeah. Who are you? And I'm not thinking about the radio show. I'm just thinking. Maybe this is a guy where? I don't know. I dated his sister or something. I don't know. Yeah. Brian, Cheryl. Oh, my God. You're Brian Shapiro from the Vegas Take. I'm like, Yeah, That's not nice to meet you, man. How'd you know it was me? He's like. Oh, come on. I knew it was you. I I recognize your voice is like, Wow, That's weird. Okay. And did you know what I look like? Oh, yeah. I see you on social media. Know what you look like? I'm like, Okay, so the guy wouldn't stop talking to me. By the way I'm sitting on I'm on a date last night. Okay? I'm with this. Maybe it helped me. I don't know, probably, but I'm like, Should I call security? I mean, this guy won't stop Darnay, but he was a He was a huge fan of the show. Very nice guy. You know, he was cool. He was just a big big fan of the show. And then he wanted to get to a political discussion. Me. I'm like, dude. Yeah, I just wanna watch the game on my side of your side. Hey, mentioned your name. He's like, Yeah, I listen to you and JD every day, and then he said, What? What people usually say I disagree with a lot of what you say. But I love listening to you. I said okay. Can you name me one thing? You disagree me until you didn't do it? It's just like a phone conversation. But, um, it was a little weird, because that's what that's how only happen to me a couple times in my life where I was at the D. M V, and I was waiting in line and I just this is before you could make appointments at the D. M V. So it was horrible. This was many years ago and I'm in line and I'm just Bitching and moaning to people next to me. God, this sucks. I hate it. I had to renew my license. Got the director in that office of the D Because companies like you're Brian Shapiro, Right? I'm like, Yeah. How'd you know that? Like I listened on the radio. I almost felt guilty. He takes my driver's license. He says. You follow me. I thought I was getting in trouble. He takes me to the front of the line like a V I p a. D m V. Yeah, At the D m V. V I p d a The D m V V. I P E. I skipped in front of like 100 people that's actually very valuable Move right there, And then he looks and he needs a lot And then he looked at me and he goes. I did the same thing for flight pay, whether I'm like, Well, I'm not really Floyd Mayweather, but I appreciate that. He's got about $300 million more than I do. But yeah, just because he knew who I was. And I'm like, Imagine if you're a real celebrity would have tipped him. I'll give him 20 bucks. No, he did it because he was a fan of the show. I still wanna talk, but But imagine if you're like a real celebrity how you're treated. I mean, I felt that way for, like, five minutes. There's been a couple other times where I was in public places. I was played poker a few times and people knew who I was. And that was weird. But this guy last night Super nice guy. He listens. He tries to listen every day, he says, and he loves the show. And he's a big fan. And then it was weird because I Stop talking to him. I'm talking to my friend who's sitting to my right and he starts talking to the bartenders. That's Brian Shapiro. That guy's the best. The biggest radio host in Las Vegas. I'm like, Well, I don't know if that's true, but I appreciate that statement. Because I'm not. I'm not like this. This dude she was like, Yep, That's me. I'm I'm Mr Radios. I'm not, You know, I'm just you know, that's just not who I am. But in some people might feel like that License plate is V. G. S. R. I? Oh, right. You just care about my license plate number on the air? No, I'm joking. I'm so that's not your That's not your life. No, that's not my license plate. And I know I had to think about that 1st 2nd because I don't know what my life is playing up race. I have no idea the times. I have to get my my plate. I have to go outside and write it down..

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"darnay" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"That's ops jobber or or the new devops job right. Is there any benefit for a developer in that mode of operation to learning some of these tools or is there a benefit to having these tools in play for that developer. As a good question. I think it depends on the journey of the company based on my experience with customers. A lot of times you won't see the typical devops engineers so it becomes the responsibility of some lead developer kinda taking initiative on their backs. Ray and trying to make it happen on their own and then eventually they might get some support because the business value out of the question right there you said lately developer can take it on. Do you want to be the same developer for five years. Do you wanna keep progressing and learning new things i. I don't think i have not seen any developer who good developer in does not learning something to become a senior developer the become lead developer. And once you become that that's basically just doing you know implementing this and the code but also thinking is the designed locally. What is going to be like the upgrade. Look like when i go into. What is like database migrations. Look like for this rachel. You just start on sorting with bigger questions. They become senior that means that underlying technology for very comfortable with darnay core. And we're you know entity framework has to offer but now you are looking for house is going to be deployed. Eventually we know. What is this ops. at people are asking me. What is this. You know other like digital how to add the angel so that i can make more versions whereas management so you start thinking about end to end once you are a lead developer so i guess as you progress through your career This does it is gonna come into your pass and eventually you would have time and you love to look at it and these. These conversations have changed pretty significantly over the last few years. I mean the developers that are writing the code or no longer the the people in the basement that you feed pizza and soft drinks to were involved in the in the conversations on gathering requirements piecing together the applications on figuring out the deployment stories on security on maintenance on on maybe sunsetting. What does it look to take an application out of production so with that. I mean we're looking into things like infrastructure as code in making those deployable biplanes..

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"darnay" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"darnay" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"darnay" Discussed on Hijacking History

Hijacking History

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on Hijacking History

"Paris at this present time no matter what things is next to an impossibility papers than precious matters. Were this very day brought to us here. I speak in strict confidence. It is not business like to whisper it even to you by the strangest bearers. You can imagine every one of whom had his head hanging on by a single hair. As he passed the barriers at another time are parcells would come and go as easily as in businesslike england but now everything is stopped. And do you really go to night. I really go tonight. For the cases. Become too pressing to admit of delay. And do you take no one with you. All sorts of people have been proposed to me. But i will have nothing to say to any of them. I intend to take jerry. Jerry has been my bodyguard on sunday nights for a long time passed and i am used to him. Nobody will suspect jerry of being anything but an english bulldog or of having any design in his head but to fly at anybody who touches his master. I must say again that. I hardly admire your gallantry and youthfulness must say again nonsense nonsense when i have executed this little commission i shall perhaps accept tilson proposal to retire and live at my ease time enough then to think. About growing old this dialogue. Taking place at mr lorries usual desk with monsignor swarming with an er to of it boastful of what he would do to avenge himself on the rascal people. Before long it was too much. The way of monsignor under his reverses as a refugee and it was much too much the way up native british orthodoxy to talk of this terrible revolution. As if it were only harvest ever known under the skies that had not been sown as if nothing had ever been done or omitted to be done that had led to it. As if observers of the wretched millions and france and of the misused and perverted resources that should have made them prosperous had not seen it inevitably coming years before and had not plain words recorded what they saw such vaporizing combined with the extravagant plots of monsignor for the restoration of a state of things that had utterly exhausted itself and worn out heaven and earth as well as itself was hard to be endured without some remonstrance by any sane man who knew the truth and it was such tapering. All about his ears like a troublesome confusion of blood in his own head added to a latent uneasiness in his mind which had made charles darnay restless and which still kept him. So among the talkers was striper of the king's bench bar for on his way to stay promotion and therefore loud on the theme broaching on senior his devices for blowing up the people his devices for blowing the people up and exterminating them from the face of the earth and doing without them and for accomplishing many similar objects akin in their nature.

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"darnay" Discussed on Hijacking History

Hijacking History

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on Hijacking History

"Its being disorganized city it. We're not a disorganized city. There would be no occasion to send somebody from our house here to our house there who knows the city and the business of old and is intelligence confidence as to the uncertain traveling the long journey and the winter weather if i were not prepared to submit myself to a few inconveniences for the sake of tulsen's after all these years who ought to be i wish i were going myself said charles darnay somewhat restlessly and like one thinking aloud. Indeed you are pretty fellow to object an advise exclaimed mr laurie. You wish your going yourself and you a frenchman born. You are a wise counsellor. My dear mr laurie. It is because. I'm a frenchman born that the thought which i did not mean to utter here however has passed through my mind. Often one cannot help thinking having had some sympathy for the miserable people and having abandoned something to them. He spoke here in his formal thoughtful manner. That one might be listened to and might have the power to persuade to some restraint. Who only last night after you had left us when i was talking to lucy wayne you were talking to lucy mr. Laurie repeated yes. I wonder you are not ashamed to mention the name of lucy wishing you were going to france at this time of day however i am not going said charles star with a smile. It is more the purpose that you say you are and i am in playing reality. The truth is my dear charles. Mr laura glanced at the distant house and lowered his voice. You could have no conception of the difficulty with which our business is transacted and of the peril in which are books and papers over yonder are involved the lord above knows what the compromising consequences would be to numbers of people if some documents were seized or destroyed and they might be at anytime you know for who can say that paris is not set afire today or tomorrow now judicious selection from these with the least possible delay and the burying of them or otherwise. Getting them out of harm's way is within the power without loss of precious time of scarcely anyone but myself if anyone and shall i hang back when tilson knows this and says this tilson 's husband bread. I have eaten these sixty years. Because i am a little stiff about the joints why i am a bully sir to half a dozen old codgers here how i admire the gallantry of your youthful spirit mr laurie tut nonsense sir. And my dear. Charles said mr laurie glancing at the house again. You are to remember that..

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"darnay" Discussed on Creative Therapy Umbrella

Creative Therapy Umbrella

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on Creative Therapy Umbrella

"Into your life in whatever way is possible at that time And this download that. I think it's like five or six pages and it kind of has some journaling space as well so space to write things out space to work things out and kind of different challenges that are in there too so I had so much fun. Just this and there was so much to go on that. I just kept going. And that's actually how cultivating creative resiliency came out. The course that. I have in my shop now Because there's just so much that we can do as therapists not only to Boost our own creativity and become more familiar with our creative selves and How to create but also how we can. Then bring that into the therapy room and how we can really support kids with using creativity at for problem solving so many different things that creativity can tap into. And if we support that in sessions than we are just really really supporting a very important skill for for kids as they continue to grow so That freebie it will be in the show notes where you can download it Sidebar my husband. And i were just talking about this and i think it's a really cool concept and i remember reading about it in Victor wooten wrote a book called the music lesson. I believe Which also linked to and In this book. I remember him talking about. And there's some other people. My husband has heard this from other musicians as well who have said this but The idea that creativity and music or art dance drama. Whatever your creative modality is. And i think this applies to creativity itself is that it is like a hose and it's really our job as the conduit to get out of the way and to let it come out and let it pour out as a as water does within a hose and there's all these different things that can happen in life that you know kind of bender hose or you know get caught up in a circle wrapped around something that makes that flow smaller and sometimes completely just off And really what. Our job is to straighten out the hose to remove some of the to practice different things that can help us Kind of keep those things together and to let creativity come out because it's so in us it's just about letting it come out and i just that perspective and that that visual is so helpful for me so again There's a musician and i'm blanking on. Who said that my husband had said. There's a musician that said that about the hose. But victor wooten talks about this as well In letting music flow out of you in in his book called the music lesson. So i will link to that also but just a cool concept about creativity. I really love that. Flip of the script So that's always helpful for me. Sometimes when i'm doing creativity is just get outta my own darnay and let it come out no matter what it looks like and what it is so all right well. I wanted to make sure that those freebies were easy for everyone to access. Those are my top downloaded freebies. There are many many more site. But i wanted to make sure that. At least you're aware of these four They're of course are many more. And there will be more but I wanted to make sure that this episode was just kind of like a freebie galore and just giving us the support that you need again that you can put in your toolbox if and when you need them so yeah. I hope that some of these are enjoyable for you and some of them can can work whether you're plugging them in immediately or they come in handy later on so all right before we wrap up..

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"darnay" Discussed on NAL Live

NAL Live

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on NAL Live

"Once the vets started talking to me and then those vet started leaving. Because you know new coaches staff you're trying to implement their way up. That's when i knew. My time was coming to an end because ahead of veterans mentality. So i ended up Just keeping a contact of brian waters and the lockout hit. And once the lockout ended i went to I went to detroit to reunite with my defensive coordinator for rookie year and I was dominating training camp. And then i get injured. Know that that my friend that i instilled in defense help darnay training camp period. Because we go. We go from owen. Sixteen to way. I think it was ten six and making the playoffs right after the lockout ended. Nice but i mean it's got to be frustrating. You know just with you know the injuries you know. The last you know each each season and that one happened early on How long did it take to recover our for me like i was just. I was just so bent on just coming back coming back coming back. I wanted to be ready for anything anytime. Something called and i ended up going to the nfl. Playing in utah. And i got i did. I did all right. How is that transition from outdoor to indoor because a lot of people talk about you know there's a learning curve there it's just a little different one thing one person actually gets me and i was very fortunate enough and i hate to go against them but rob keefe now. He's an op. It'll coach keith. Is one person that got me and he was. He's one hell of a coat so Once he taught me how the arena game worked. And he's a guy he's a guy that will put you in the best position possible. This guy does not sleep. He's always He motivated at once. He put that bullet at faith in me. It was it was the rap. Like i just and he. He knew how to get to me. He knew how to get me to just pissed me off and stuff and are go get him. That's it like. I would be like a rabid dog gang. Come game day because he would piss me off during the week and he wouldn't even he wouldn't even fuss at me the entire week. That's the crazy part about so what happened here in the arena bowl. We got we got police talking about a fifty plus yard pick six longest pick six and afl history and it happened to be in an arena bowl and it actually shifted the momentum..

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"darnay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Not or no fear no fear no fear here on declare your independence of me or understand cock. Doctor judy mike bed. So there's guests all the time all the time every time special guest now we the union the unwanted bunch of influencers youtubers video. Whatever guys kind of got together and dozens of them. You know have been doing a regular monday every other monday. Something like that Gathering and i have a special guest come on and well yack about it and such and this is people that have been d platform de monetize de everything all of a sudden they got religion about you know ip fast another alternative platforms and we're going on this hand and now in shutdown and then that one shutdown this if you're not with the program of their program you don't get to have a program that's just the way it works. Well the doctor judy on monday. I could only stay on for about an hour at an event to go to. There was acted. You've got to explain it to a today's guys that i'm sure you got you know call. We want you to come on our individual show. I would imagine you can go in. Turn off your video judy. We don't have the bandwidth broadcast video. So we'll we'll say that they're the tell me what your experience was anybody contacted. You want you to come under shows. After which is what. I was hoping for well. Yeah i think that'll happen. It was actually really fun. We were out there like re hours. So i was a little bit tired because i was on east coast time off the plane from ohio and drove really fast. Get home and it worked. Just it was really wonderful. So i you know cham- was the one that introduced me and i took extensive notes and Many ask really interesting questions. And i think it's gonna happen that we can spend a lot of Truth around G those tim just got off the air. We just had him on the last hour so we get caught up on finances and so on but we had james lines wyler on the first hour. So we're right in line with what happened with an oregon and so on but What i wanted to do is what. I made sure it happened. The union of the unwanted get a summary and get re educated on the idea of what and they call them. Mo viruses now or something that this is a do. I mean you know there. Is there dozens of day viruses. And that's what that's what. Retroviruses are already viruses technically. That's what m. r. ment mums measles and rubella aren a viruses. So the m are in a vaccine is where you put the message of the of the virus you literally put the blueprint of the virus in every cell of the body and it's not a vaccine because it doesn't boost immunity. You're putting atherogenic partied. So you don't need to be exposed to the virus virus doesn't have to infect you you've simply injected the infection and literally the appa genyk arch and you've synthetically made that so it doesn't break down anti both down by your immune system because it's packaged in that. Synthetic you know nanno party or lipid nanoparticle and it's just the toxin you're literally just introducing a Making your cells a production factory for the pathogenic part of hiv. Xm rv the envelope and the ace to sceptre so the everything that you would never see as most people aren't infected. And we know that that you know and And so anybody that's ever been infected by corona virus could have that pathogenic heinburger antibody dependent enhancement. And we're seeing those top cities right now. So here's the hawks it grow. It's not a vaccine. We've got to as population. Stop using the word okay. Let's let's get this education. I want to get this out right away so that we all understand what we're dealing with here are in a is got. Go back to the beginning when you know doctor. Jay gave me my class. So i'm gonna go ahead and ask questions and we're going to go through this so we understand how much we four five minutes and the segment. When do i have a healthy cell. I'm i'm good i'm fine. I'm breathing in and out. I'm eating right. I'm doing well. I'm healthy then. I get an r. n. A virus that normally did not go into humans until recently. How far off am i. Very far off because we evolved. I mean not sorry. We were born darnay viruses. Eight percent of our genome is crippled or silenced viruses the expression of which And and many of them are in either. I mean we've been exposed corona viruses for our entire existence. This is all the way back to noah's ark put clean and unclean animals on the ark so every one of us has eight percent of our genome. Our genome is dna the nucleus of every sale. The blueprint is dna. How does the dna turn into the function of the cell. Well it transcribed. It is written as aren a robot. Nucleic acid when you. So when you get an it's transcribe into ra and that aren as translated into protein while for our neighbor iris. Its blueprint inch is ra. And it's only has to be translated into protein the aren a is not the virus. The blueprint of dna is not a human being. It has to be expressed translated and the pro teams function in communication with the microbiome with enviro. And so you're i. Cells are cells so the problem within jacking 'em aren. A blueprint is ninety percent of the arnie or more ninety nine percent of the rna. In our cells is regulatory it tells the other genes what to do when to turn on these epigenetics the expression on top of the dna. It's all about these fresh.

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"darnay" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"darnay" Discussed on KOMO

"Calorie in the command center here in San Come on news. Now back to inside out with Tammy Michael's on Comeau News. We are back. And the best part of today is when you pick up the phone and give me a call. I want to talk to you about your home improvement project and I know I can help you. I know the teachers. I know where to find just about Darnay or anything you need. To complete your remodel. You know, one of the things that I was thinking about last night. Mark is that with with people being Oh, out of work. You know, there's more of that people have been laid off. I know that times are tight, and I just I just want to relay that I've gone through difficult times myself, you know? Um, I was a single mom and there was I've shared this before. But there was one Christmas when my Children were really small that the only thing I could afford to get for them was one hamster cage and two Hampshire's And you know, I've talked to my Children about it and they said, But you know it was hard, but it was. It was also a really good Christmas because you know, they really I don't know. It was hard. My son, you know, had things He wanted his little boy at that time, and so did my daughter. And I just know the pain of not being able to give the things that you want to be able to give to your loved ones. I've experienced it. And I think that also being raised as a blue collar girl. It gives me a lot of empathy for you know, I didn't grow up in an environment where you could get anything you wanted. And I think that is a thread that people here in this radio program. I'm not trying to spend all of your money on excessive things. I want to try to find ways you could do things yourself. I've done things myself. I'm doing things around my house right now, myself, And so I want to help you. Also, if you're going to hire professional, I want you to know what you should ask. Also, In addition to that, I want to recommend best practices best products that you should recommend for your contractors. It's OK to tell your contractors I want to use this level of paint. I heard Tammy say this about this cabinet paint. You know, I just talked about sure. When Williams cabinet paint Thea other week, and it was great. We used it to paint my fireplace mantle and a professional painter sprayed it on and oh, my gosh, It was night and day. The difference in that old mantles that drove me nuts for years. I'm so glad we painted it. You know, got the tile installed. I'm just loving it every day I look at it, And so that is the kind of thing that I want to talk to you and inspire you and empower you to do it yourself or inspire you to know what you want when you're going to hire someone to do it because we have to work together as a team. I try to explain this to my contractors. We're all a team. We 100% are the homeowner, the designer and the installation contractor. And if we don't act as a team, the whole project falls apart because we have to work together and Now, more than ever. That's certainly the case and you know what, Mark? I'll tell you something. You know, I'm a really I think people know I'm a pretty friendly loving person. But I'll tell you something. I just have zero tolerance from if people are mean to one another. I just I really It gets my dander up and I mean it. It's like remodeling is something that you know it's frustrating, especially right now. It's very frustrating. We have these delays in In our products being delivered, and it's through no fault of anyone. Snowfall to your contractor. No fault of the designers, no fault of the retailers products. They're delayed, and we all have to be patient. Also, because of you know what we're all doing right now for social distancing and not having too many people in your home at one time we don't want Plumbers and electrician's and painters. If we can help it, we want people to be more spread out because it's a home environment so we don't want were very cautious. That's going to slow your project down. If you have a contractor who's got too many people in your house, you as a homeowner need to be your best advocate. It also use the homeowner need to be patient that everything is going to take longer. And so this is something again. We have to work together. I don't like it when homeowners are mad at their contractors from no fault of the contractors, and I'll be kind and I'll call you and I'll say Look, they're doing the best they can. But they can't get too many people in your home At one time, they'd be sacrificing your very health. That's why it is going to take a little longer or product is delayed due to Cove it and there's nothing we can do about it. Please be patient. And so you know, I'm polite, but at the same time I'm going to caution everyone in on my side and tell designers you can't get mad at the distributors that they don't have the product. You can't get mad at the call installation contractors that things were going more slowly, but everyone is during. We're feeling the pressure Mark. It's like we've been doing this so long, and I just want everyone to just release a little bit of the pressure. Take a deep breath. It's gonna take a little longer than one day. It'll get done and his dad tell you about 2020. 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