19 Burst results for "Doak"

Former FSU Football Player Wants University Stadium Renamed

Guarding Your Nest Egg

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Former FSU Football Player Wants University Stadium Renamed

"A former Florida state football players leading the drive to rename the university's stadium asserting that petition that the man it's named for Doak Campbell was a segregationist Kendrick Scott a linebacker for the school from nineteen ninety one to ninety four once Campbell's name removed

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"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

"About having the faith and trust in what you're going because you can't see see where you wanna go all day long. I think the better the player you are the bigger test it is of your faith in your trust in the hitting it where you're going where you think you're going to hit it and it applies to. I always think of places that have a lot of trees. Those are guideposts. You know there's just every hole. There's an instinctive line. That's just trouble trouble right split the difference. That's that's the instinctive line for most people and you strip all that away and the possibilities of how wide you can miss are magnified signified. It's hard to have the discipline all day long to hit it. Where you want to hit it. At course you only have to hit a two hundred twenty yards. I i mean you can pretty well tack away around there without any wooden clubs if he chose to do great if you can just hit it where the caddy tells you to hit even after four or five goes i still wouldn't say i know it at all you need. You need guidance yeah well. I got about two pages pages of notes that we're probably not going to get two hour and a half until last call so i'm going to wrap it at this and i i again. I know we talked a lot about common ground but i want to emphasize when talk about all the practice facilities that are around here and just how unbelievable of a public space this is so twofold question. I wanna know what what are the best comparables to common the ground. You've seen anywhere in your travels around big cities. Maybe i don't know if that exists but and additionally just what what can local public public places or any any places due to replicate like this special thing they have going here at common ground while i mean a lot of the difference that common ground is is not immune chorus. I it's run by the mission is totally different. I mean you know municipal. Golf courses are great from the standpoint that they provide low cost golf to people. That would never play if there wasn't low cost goff. They're probably also one of the. I'm a pretty liberal person for the golf business. They're probably one of the best arguments against government run facilities because most of them are pretty horribly run and the golf courses aren't in very good shape deep. They have a hard time running a business because they don't. There's a bunch of different factions that are wrestling over who gets priority. You know what the mission is and the way they have have a pretty clear mission of what they wanted to do and it's not about trying to make as much money as they can and it's not about trying to keep the price this for the seniors and to heck with everybody else to have more facilities that were either run you know even if a town would just put its golf courses and trust. I mean when you think about saint andrews. The god is owned by the links trust which is now a massive corporation because saint andrews bring so much money in but the town itself doesn't doesn't run it day to day like a muny. They gave it to another body which has its own principles. They're in charge of making sure it doesn't stray from that and that's a tremendously a better model for doing things. I don't think there aren't enough of them to point that are kind of doing a similar thing to what common ground soon i mean specifically as a golf course i really enjoyed getting to know and playing rustic canyon the last couple of years one of the connections. I think you could draw <hes> <hes> is the c._j. Had very clear priorities when we set out set out for golf course chorus for a set amount of money you just kind of have to rank the things that are important to you and they really were in line with what we thought. The priorities ought to be. I mean there's there's only within the last couple of years that there's proper hard. Surface card pats out here. Which you know is entirely due to how much rain they get. It's kind of flat out in the beginning. We're like you know if we can go without paving a bunch of card pass out there. We just put that money back into the golf course so just make the holes better and the gulf.

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"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

"He also raised twenty five million dollars to renovate the golf. Course the clubhouse moved. The tennis courts away from it. I mean it's an amazing project for somebody to jump into like that and when you know when we're all done he just turned the keys back over to the city and says okay. It's yours ago. So is there anything more challenging than designing and working on a golf course. That is a municipal course that everyone's gonna play but also p._g._a. Tour players are going to be a competitive event on us and you do it. What well we've sorta. I just gave up pretty early on the idea that that we're going to keep those guys to anywhere close to par figures hey hey we didn't have that much land be. They're really good see houston. You know you could get a couple of dry weeks before the tournament ornament but it's a pretty wet plays mostly around just getting the golf course bill has been a struggle so you know the odds that we're gonna get dry weather and really be able to dry out the golf off-course tougher probably pretty well and and yes this. It's a public course it does sixty thousand rounds a year so you can't do the one thing that all the pros would be okay with that would make it harder for them is build small greens really the the two things you can do to make it hard for them. Build small greens and bill greens with till conjure in them. The tour tries to handcuff you doing too much till in concert and the fact that you're gonna play sixty thousand rounds a year. Are there means you cannot make the greens really small. Our smallest green will be five thousand square feet the biggest. There's a couple that are fairly big but at even five thousand square-foot green witches average or for most golf courses was kind of like the minimum size of the greenkeeper was comfortable with even if it was pretty flat and there is room around a funnel all the traffic off the same place. What we're doing is going to be really different. We don't have a lot of bunkers. We have like nineteen bunkers for an eighteen hole golf. Course we have water way more in play on four or five holes than we normally do..

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"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

"I worked for mr die pretty much every recourse he was building with one exception to because one of moore's riverdale dunes up here twenty miles northeast of denver most of his projects were going to host tour of s and he really thought a lot about about what can i do to challenge these guys and for him. It was like jack in their heads as much as you can get in their heads because that's the one thing that you can actually affect them more than the average guy. The average guys already got that problem to some degree. You're not going to do any more to get to to take down his confidence before a good player if you can get them uncomfortable that makes it a lot harder for them so simple things like like the green is kind of hanging in space and you can't see the back edge of it clearly and what's behind it is like when we were working on subotic in new york with jack nicklaus. He said that we're building the eleventh green and he's like don't you want to put some mounds behind that green. I'm like no. You can't see what's down there. I was like i was going for that that but i didn't think it would bother you. Then i started designing courses on my on my first course was public off course in traverse city where i live now and you know the client said something about well. You know it was beautiful land. He owned it for years. I i i'd be a great piece of land and built a golf course on so he's finally doing it and in the back of his mind he's like well. Wouldn't it be cool to have a tournament here. Some day and i just laughed at that right off. I was like you could have a tournament. If you're going to put up five million dollars for those guys to show up. Mr die used to say when somebody would compliment him on host have have building of course it hosted a tour of you'd say those boys would play in a parking lot for five million dollars. It would take more than five million now now but so for the longest time in my career i'm like okay. Those aren't the projects that people hire me to do. I don't have to worry about that so much. I can just worry about me and you and eric and everybody in this room and making it interesting for them and yes. I know some really a good players and i want them to come out and see at least three or four shots. Were there like oh. I have to work on this one a little bit but i don't they should sixty six when they do it. Only in the last couple of years you know our course in scotland. The renaissance club which is next door to muirfield just hosted the scottish scottish open this summer actually the men's and the women's scottish opens and we're working on. We've been working on a project in houston this year. A public course in the city called memorial park shades shades of common ground in some ways spent immunity since the thirties rundowns not a fair word but it was fairly flagged off course in not much pizzazz and the jim crane. The owner of the houston astros stepped in when shell dropped out as it's the sponsor there and said well. We'll round up the sponsors to do this but on one condition we want to put money into the into the golf whereas here and move the tournament back downtown because we're all interested in doing a bunch of corporate hospitality that we can. We don't want to be way up in the suburbs. We wanna be wanna come right to the golf of course downtown so in addition to pledging the money to support the tournament for five years..

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"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Farms. They had a great junior program when i was in when i was a kid you could play in the afternoon for dollar around in stamford connecticut which is pretty rich suburb of new york city. They believed in doing that and when the c._j. Came to us. I said well what do you. What do you want to do and they said their mission was it. They'd save four million dollars. They've been saving money off. Handicap fees tournament entry fees all that for years. We saved four million dollars. We want to spend this money and make like this much better golf course for four million dollars but we still wanted to be a forty dollar golf course. We don't want to who you know. We're not doing this to raise the price. We're just spending this money to make make it better and i was like that's cool. Do not hear that from very many people we both worked for pete dye for a while and i know pete got into a couple of deals that he was trying to give give back to golf and he's he told a guy are designed the golf course for a dollar just to give back to golf and they get one of the guys turned around and sold the golf course for a prophet as soon as he was done so yeah i mean you know it's a very competitive world and some of my clients that pay me top dollar to design a golf course. Don't really want to hear that. I'm going to do another project for a fraction of the cost or differ my fee over the long term like i did here sure so it's a balancing act but we kind of tell the clients. We're like a law firm. We're going to do some work because we feel like. It's a good thing to do. How often do you refer your feet like you did for here not very often. I don't think very many people my golf business know what that deal was so i imagine you know with each course design design and build..

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"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"doak" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Club feeder right club today better than most about it is better than most the as and gentlemen welcome to the first ever live live podcast here at common ground. We are here with erik iversen and tom doak and a studio audience here today for the first time full disclosure. I asked them to cheer that loud before. We started recording but thank you tom and eric for being here. This is one of your the golf courses. You guys is designed. I'm curious. I this course opened up to believe about ten years ago. What's it like coming back to golf course that you built and what do you typically see has changed range since the moment you left when you built it a lot of things change over time i mean it's really nice to come back at this point like the first two or three years i come back to of course i've done. It's like there are one hundred questions for me. The superintendent wants to know what about this. What about that. The client wants to know well. People aren't like in the fourth hole so much. What can we do about that and and you can't just go out and enjoy golf course for yourself and watch other people play it and that's what we really want. We want feedback and we want. We want to associate for ourselves that it works the way we thought it worked but it's hard to get over that the first couple of years so so now eric lives in denver so he gets the play out here quite a bit. I've only played it three or four times so i'm still kind of finding out for myself eric. Do you ever hit in bunkers that you helped shape or things you put in in your own way like tannen. Why did i put that they're absolutely i mean you can't unsee something that is meant to be in your head in the first place. Yes so there's a lot of that. There's a lot of mowing lines in the beginning tend to kind of more around and find their way find their balance to where they really ought to be dated a play and i think after you've played a golf course about one hundred times that's about the the equivalent of how well we know a golf course so there's plenty of people here now that have played the golf course way more than one hundred times and know the golf course better than we do so you kind of transitioned into or out of having it kind of beer baby and then all of a sudden a lot of people well no more about it than you do which is kind of asked and it's cool..

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Whale with harness could be Russian weapon, say Norwegian experts

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Whale with harness could be Russian weapon, say Norwegian experts

"A beluga whale found in take no way believed to have links to a military facility in Russia is so tame that residents competit- on its nose the white while has been fully king in the frigid hub of two fueled hamlet, no ways, no them those point. That's become a local attraction, it's comfortable with people that it swims to the Doak one resident told no we broadcast to NRK that the way oh comes when cold on Friday official who found the whale removed to HAMAs. It was wearing which was amount for camera. It wasn't clear why it was attached to the whale. Whether it was part of any Russian military

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"doak" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

The Osbournes Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast

"Bulk and yourself yeah it's led to doak wags famous end that you what the dope lexa town we dog wag the dog and that's that's blunt it's just a bit let your mother in this if you straight with me i'm easy deal with but if you lied to me like people like your mother and try and fuck hugh then i can be really difficult to deal with iran i think on difficult to deal with i'm just very straightforward and the of the business we live in always it's a bullet so like new york when i first kind to deal with music industry from london is there to fuck you absolutely there to fuck you because as you know that it's fine where the los angeles gets very bad rap i like it like because i could tight you dad somewhere on the street and we'd get left alone if i did it in new york they'd be five hundred people around this and they wouldn't go away and in a sense i like l i think i remember having discussion if your mother about this she she likes like it here i think it's a place i'm going to work in america work here the weather's good you can go out in a deal with celebrity new those this also thing if you take so now a begrudge innis from people where they come up to you with these what do you think i know so like your mother who works very hard paper come up and they had this very bad attitude which really makes me angry go so i feel you might for me everything given to you right you know what you do.

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"doak" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"If you have economic basis or you can have as you can have a series of companies which are basically agreeing to to interact with each other in bridge coin in the they all living in that overlay will the content of the more liquid but stable currency where you you you can contracts with each other on basis so the alliance this week bridge alliance is a a group of paul companies within this sorta growing ecosystem all basically looking to doak food and and live within this this new power don and salting the liquidity practical but building up from that so yeah the second layer protocol though the really the idea of layers employees that you know you have a single linnea sets of sage he going to which is also not the case sweep majol encouraging others to build on but you know bill your own layers there's no much accounts here the the web of will try this probably one of complex systems the risen really talking about processes emission of it's gonna be a very heterogeneous seth out so not ready salsa manifest in terms of blockchain technology at that settlement layer in liquidity as we have it right now is there remain that when you get to that settlement layer new stall gang to actual supply chain technologies you that's where we stand wyking with brick composer probably record a probably any other of blockchain tech that the needs to to get plugged in an also known blockchain ones as well will be sas legacy things which are going to have value into liquidity connecting into settlement west settlement is really saying well hey here is a here is a a web of of these contracts which have been agreed who's gonna pay who when does that happen how does that happen in that.

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"doak" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

Epicenter Bitcoin

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on Epicenter Bitcoin

"If you have economic basis or you can have as you can have a series of companies which are basically agreeing to to interact with each other in bridge coin in the they all living in that overlay will the content of the more liquid but stable currency where you you you can contracts with each other on basis so the alliance this week bridge alliance is a a group of paul companies within this sorta growing ecosystem all basically looking to doak food and and live within this this new power don and salting the liquidity practical but building up from that so yeah the second layer protocol though the really the idea of layers employees that you know you have a single linnea sets of sage he going to which is also not the case sweep majol encouraging others to build on but you know bill your own layers there's no much accounts here the the web of will try this probably one of complex systems the risen really talking about processes emission of it's gonna be a very heterogeneous seth out so not ready salsa manifest in terms of blockchain technology at that settlement layer in liquidity as we have it right now is there remain that when you get to that settlement layer new stall gang to actual supply chain technologies you that's where we stand wyking with brick composer probably record a probably any other of blockchain tech that the needs to to get plugged in an also known blockchain ones as well will be sas legacy things which are going to have value into liquidity connecting into settlement west settlement is really saying well hey here is a here is a a web of of these contracts which have been agreed who's gonna pay who when does that happen how does that happen in that.

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"doak" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Paxson shortcuts right yeah that's doak drives and crew via action stand it know i can't stand it if you early what value out of your life experience like stock yet the frauds cut now i know that vo because when you're seventy in you look back on al cap you're probably not going to it's it's the memory of being on the peak probably pales in comparison to thinking about all those days of preparation that you know that's the meaning of it for india where i mean the memory beyond on the peak of thirty hours story's out about it but they did about any unusual years meaningless because of their because that's one eight years working out of years thinking about it and you're you're nominee pressure for sure i mean that idea you know like with the life hacked mastery and you're like all the whole by definition mastery takes years and years he knows that you don't you're just like a life jacket or whatever that avesta of really annoys me you know if if there is an easy way to do it than everybody would do it what i mean if it was easy than when be hard yeah but that's i mean something just require time and work and effort needs while mastery certainly does i mean efficiency not necessarily and it seems like we've we've prioritised you know adequacy over over likely the appreciation for truly you know what it takes to be a master of something yeah i mean that's another one of the idea that i've been thinking about a lot with regards a potential had talk or something the idea mastery in like because they why is free solo climbing so important to me and uh you know the pursuit of master is a big part of that like feeling i your good of what you did an example it is a it is a manifestation an expression of mass you know yeah well so what is the thing you want a master and how much worth yuck right and forget about trying to take the short route i know that you have a yep.

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"doak" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"But doak don't hang onto this look like as we made those pay around here dopey runners drug deals you've got to go mixed i brief now body my nightmares daylight like elderly williams run for senate wedneday ryhaenen they pull adequate firms all or my guest raises on sheet maybe like well you didn't seem to be so concerned with racism when you call at i do quote he was a jungle bernie what was so funny about that senator williams you not trying to our plan addow a nickel blaming us for the reason why she didn't he didn't know how mayor spot yes so you know i know we don't want those problem writing now style and there's nothing wrong with now a net you know uh that we all have elena feels so um at anyway um we appreciate you joining us in running it into a whole bunch of segments thank you so much for handedly no problem average h asking i you know um now courses the blackout is far otto stitcher automatic surged blackout as leave last our views official weapon at the show is ties up an unofficial sport is bilbao and bullet ball extreme and today's podcast is brought to you by listeners like you uh did go to like a look on the first page you've got to the ryan slide eight can donate to the show that's an easy way to help us out you can also go to the blackouts as dot com slash premium as donald to become a premium member and listen to our bonus shows we have movie reviews we have sports show we have uh uh we have tv show reviews mused.

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"doak" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Duke brothers mortimer doak listen to me craig and right now margaret we're back charge classic classic and the reason why back then it was a fraud it marqui was the orange market they had misinformation they did the wrong play at the wrong time and they lost the family nest egg and what you see here is your being sold i was watching all of the news programs in fact stewart verney here that shaky british accent he reminded me of the queen going downstairs what happened was it's a buying opportunity there's a montage of different experts the come on it's a buying opportunity we all knew it was overblown it was a bubble but the reality is there not attacking the fundamental premise of what this market is what it has been turned into after the collapse of all eight '09 what happened what was the answer cheap money cheap money to corporations another thing that never against gets mentioned anymore and trump mentioned it in the beginning is the insurance companies insurance companies that since obama we have been funnelling tens of millions if not hundreds of millions of month into the insurance companies to prop up their stack to make up for for profits that we took away with socialized medicine and then there's the other part of it and that's the keynesian soiree of governmentfunded economy because one thing they realized only fifty percent of the people own stock that's it we fifty percent of us out there actually own stack outta those only seventeen percent actively pay attention to sack so that leaves a whole lot of people that really don't pay attention to it and what they get to do is you keep pointing to it as a beacon of success right and what government understood is if they can manipulate the confidence of the consumer you can get things like consumer credit explosion of individuals take one hundred and 28 percent more credit in two thousand and seventeen that they took in sixteen and those numbers translate into key to purchases into a holiday buys they go into.

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"doak" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

"Pour me de mos do not need you meet this week doak recently blown us when he did lippi funny you say you're it it be before fairly garrity menu pfister she'll beverley to muddle who do do semisizable do with being bonn isn't that needs to be tubes she dd at you pay it delia issued said the foods with our community xiaomi who knew multi this who could you said you ecb gina me lippi funny beautiful new medium won't buy it return immortal t burma the mercosur your personal fees to live in poverty on not malaysia added william instead looks have you could toilet paper onslaught to you be for you'll do deeply securities the tests that responsibility to the results with that pretty under stormy concerns coddle accused if you've also pledged to do bent as tuna simple louis thank you take us he duprey tuesday who served new represent him up the preserve the fbi decide lundu valueland we'll see epic paseo superfit is the opinion a too this year clip faster if what secret on this elite soldiers utahns publicity homes reality i've liked love renewed mazda will admit liby still goma's as we did when he looked purple by useful dementia failure deep evil gene do not look purpose unless we newly decreased do no good purpose who convinced his levin visit asia's do case it is on the emoji it bound me cerpa lowered lula clinton luck could you if you particularly liz would deter it is would you please do had useful the policy due to lack of you who are liquid the active is that the two kims fever but it's all do had useful when abu formulas mr lemon vessel uk's stood up on his instinct is to here and a little he completed the money for central decrease wpro trees and plants usually dinner to you.

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"doak" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on Channel 955

"I've got the va oh he won't be you like yuthok doak don't overdose our system because we do both i'm and it goes equipment i got a reputation girded the album gone away when they'll get me i'm on the team five a i i got a pair or pathologist what they do love it i love it because you type you were one of the system now other eggs love you how long to see on mosul lonrho rich black the other girls dill his thinking on the paisley no it is on b unfortunately a b c the when i was young begin women older boat's priming eichel choosing gypsum built the muscled his reputation received made rumors on the deep busy it noted they may even be done do they know when you understand that good that end up in for oil trace in a way you do the applause dire underwear insecurity resolve made mistakes in may three choices that todd tonight off to the something component of poll applause this gang with poll on the tip from matalon empathy with our eyes you will be just another eggs love you to see on on may sealed the other girls do the game the john the the earth the thanks be levied session all healing mealy mutations you heard me oh my god from big the oath this will be like bang we can put an end but a baptist floyd reputation precedes me of told me crazy he as word alone drama it'll loves me an kayla's as a handprints the gift by cuban colin my funnel my usual ship so here's the truth however be and the the.

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"doak" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

TechtalkRadio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on TechtalkRadio

"A new gas in gold their shave your gold bars that's it right i gotta i gotta i gotta say i got to see i had the exact same analogy with any couple of weeks ago about this where i said would you walk into a taco bell and by a chiluba shave off some grilled you can't immediate shirts goal but they're not going to accept it and even if it did accept it would do you wanna give up gold i don't wanna give up michael old precious and like if i can use that as a as a longterm investment or even just a stable place for my money to be it does it everybody in the world accepts gold you know and so i i kind of you that there you go i'm a little bit coen i i got a physical bitcoin but it's it's just a it's just the now on gut my face we've all we've week got some of those i've got plenty yeah yeah waste family whatever but but i assume other suit is that you know when when you when it's even though it's slow in its inconvenient in its in it's en it's not true and resourceful to really just use your gold or your bitcoin for that matter there's other forms of that gold that we've taken you know and i and i want to infuse this as well like what it people think the first day that like uh that that they started using paper money where they were they skeptical like was people like whoa pitcher money i wonder what this i mean you could you can kind of relate to that same ideology of it in that same maybe misconception of what is this what is this bitcoin why are we using this will never lasts internet money well why would anybody who's a paper dollar in in the back and then we course we were backed by gold you know why when he brings the paper dollar doak to pretend like his goal what what would differences that make you know they new'single for all these years as prime real you could told a compared to even the tech industry like people when when when a personal computers came out beverage like nobody's going to need a purse.

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"doak" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"doak" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Oculus yeah i'm with you on on the calling foul thing i think he's really like challenging himself as an actor with working with people that you'll with anthem lesson i think for me out give this forefront this patient based not on lobs to so much on doak tooth and some of his at if films maybe a three at the time i think it's just the too much respect and have enough light reward shoddy for me okay i find it hard to put numbers on this because it was so unpleasant to watch but i thought it was a really wellmade film i really found his autistic expiration of the whole notion of how much you need to have actors act in a film as i say everything being a construct in the same way that culling far doesn't need to do in american american accent if he's in a film does yet you need to act to aegis report the lines so i thought it was really interesting i really found the whole what i took to be the philosophical theme of the film interesting as well but fortune no i would say anticipation north nothing particularly high and that but i think it's really good from i think if you judge a film on like to the direct his intentions and to what extent they fulfill vat than you know he's clearly mean it takes the box a big box that because six yet he says not necessarily in and enjoyable film the conventional sense but is an effective film if you buy into the like atmosphere in the mood the in the he sets out bribe exxon okay killing of a sacred dare outlays friday as is that businnes on a train this week's film club is up after this.

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"doak" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"doak" Discussed on The Science Hour

"True doing the research for that piece i realized that there is very little actually known about the science of what did the seals are singing nobody's ever really figured out exactly what the seals are doing when they how old i'm just starting in a new sealed research project now and i've been reading all the literature and grey seals that there is and we're hoping that will up with some better scientific understanding of what they graciosa also doing when they howell one of my reasons for being interested in animal mall songs is purely the way they sound they provide so many interesting ways of thinking about sound in new ways of hearing the world so even if it were just that i would probably be fascinated with animal songs i do hope that when people listen to some of my animal somebody's pieces they develop more of a curiosity for listening to animal songs in the wild and i hope that people will start to think is being important to preserve habitat to preserve a little climate for animals as well as for us dr emily do little jaume you can stop chaghi ma i'm not to home along with our next august the 5th century have dogs have been seeking dd doak single worse do you sing with are they wolf they were they were they not the howling kind no but i i one of my what am i labradors sadly i've just lost a in fact just within the last month don't cry for body abut my daughter used to try and play the saxophone and whenever she got these skying a little make a sir she was cul de amac uh she would produce this sound from deep down which went from where i can't quite do it but it comes from uh down here and ice to sit their thinking now what's worse is it that sound or is it my daughter's saxophone you should never save at i love every night march children play in fact as soon as this issue of the socks harris but tabet i'm off harm.

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"doak" Discussed on talkRADIO

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01:35 min | 4 years ago

"doak" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Radio night but i might call from the dead express and the daily star i can confirm the is the the new the current neighbors makes the lot martigues we fell off did not want to collect on yet as applauded the log this all for most of obvious thought realize he wrote downtown and enter your she did a very good musical the i thought we let lives with patients for it but he will it of brotherhood i said we cinema revenue closure xiaoshi dialogue except but he did a very good musical called the cold by little but bottle bending the elegance made a film version of but he's got a bit moody and child so they didn't we take off in the wish they nothing anyway enough of my acting let's talk about the tv channel i'm looking forward to this there was a double pledged but on this in the sun yesterday the seek quit world of polish petrol achieve h o'clock porsche pets i mean we we love doak shows we love shows and tv's is obsessed with these days but we also love the shows with where people have more money than sides and he could bond those two and you get this new this new seriously kubota push back there are countless examples but perhaps the stand out one in this first episode is a couple in kent who have a lot of money that could w in bulk and they're preparing for the the wetting of two of their dogs 2013 dogs are actually got be tying the knot it's a teacup chihuahua could honey at that yet guessing chihuahua fits in a teacup what else would it like a rapidly w controver the nines lights up a joey at your wobble cross but pushing.

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