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Bayern, PSG Set for UCL Final Clash
"We'll start though in the champions they it's the final will wanted PSG will take on by Munich. Be Leon by three goals. So now hey, it's a disgust, the Game Alley Moreno Frank Leboeuf and Craig Burley crank. This was buying far from their swashbuckling best but they got the job done. But you've gotta you know Leon. Shown the the the main street. One of the mainstream is making it difficult for fully opposition. Something really gusty overlooking aid to improve on next year F-. where, they're going to finish league on. But that's what the stall out particularly in as competition the on the counter-attack, the super organized, the aggressive and so I think. Never expected it to be this crazy open game. That Barcelona fine with. So. In that respect, it was understandable but also Leon as you know follows it was no they created chances in the game and and after finishing had been clinical. More interesting. I thought it was professional from bio Munich brought some big boys on from the bench as well. But yeah, they deserve and Leon I'm sure front will agree on. From from a Frenchman can hold the head high for what they've done in this competition. Right. Yeah I'm not disappointed by the result because we all were expecting that to buy in, will win and go and go to the final, but we can be able to be frustrated as a French fans said. About the fact that yacht some chances I think there are more and more chances to school than they had against Manchester. City where they scored three goals but before that magnificent goal from Niagara. I think he. Took A. Big Chance. Said hit the post but well because of the fantastic Noyer Bienne Wearing. Punished where they opened up a little bit too much defensively especially behind the defense. But I agree with with Craig. Is Very. Well organized did everything to to annoy. By Munich, their resume and The physical aspect of their games. And played them in contract that was the only solution for them to be hopeful for better better school. By Munich manage to do everything well for them and and ensured that. They definitely for me the the favorite now and we've talked about maybe after the other segment, it's. Something to to. Four four. Fulbari. Essential. In. The in the perspective of that final, because by monique was very weak at some point defensively, it's really open started this game and it's fair to say, isn't it Ali before mabry scored? It could could've been to. It could've been any this should have been and so really got to see US putting together a game plan for Leon coming into this game and to match you think okay if we can force a turnover an intimate sale and then with one past week in getting behind, we can get the pine behind Doku accompanied by then maybe we get ourselves goal and we make this game a whole lot different a lot more complicated for buying Munich and that's exactly what Happened it's a turnover by the gun, but now it's a through ball in the pie gets around among annoy open goal unable to score and thinking. Okay. Maybe that was a chance. Maybe that was their opportunity. This is what could have changed the game for Leon, but it wasn't just that chance is tall can be had couple more himself where the one in which he somehow goes through the talented gets up left-footed everything to shoot at hits at the post. And its second slater than that. You see every kind of say. All right. Well, you guys miss your chance. We're not gonNA Miss Hours, and here we go. It's all about our talent and what we can do in the attack in half by immunity took over from there but I agree with frank in the sense that you look at via Munich and how vulnerable and file they look sometimes defensively that in that very transition I think Leon looked at it and Say Wait a minute. If we attack the steam, we're GONNA, create chances and in doing so they got themselves a little bit straight down when they got stretch. Then all of a sudden transition going the other way average scores one, and then things just of opened up, and then of course, the second one again on transition down the left hand side, and then from there, it was all over for Leon and by Mimic what were underway how good was that go from? Craig. Yeah I mean he's a special player now isn't it? I mean let's be quite Frank Burrup. You know three or four years ago he wasn't and his career looked zeph it wasn't really happening anywhere an unfair play. You know he's the guy that tell them to around. You know we can take people on and field you can change your core cheese, you can do ever played himself. has turned on his head and and he's just a huge threat. No. Way that it took the goal in terms of the touch how he inside. There was always two or three defenders around him, and then he just made half nothing more halfway yard. Rifle and the top corner is you started so much. These gave confidence. Experience and played such good players around him and he's he's you know as. You ask the coach he's when he was playing back in. England you know ask no online at West Brom really was a player going nowhere not. Far From Levin Dolph Ski who has the first name on the Bion team sheet this guy is not far behind. That's an amazing. At how does this happen? How does he change around so quickly? While I think Sarandon's have to do a lot with it and I am the expectations that are generated by the people around you and when you have a train environment or by Munich where everybody's expected to perform at a high level at all times and when the only expectation for you individually NFC group is you're GonNa win everything that you participate in. Then you'd better show up I think it demanded the best navarine. We have seen the very best of him. Now, this could have gone horribly wrong for him, and then whenever he was asked to give his best well, maybe that wasn't going to be good enough I by Munich and his career was gonna come to an end somewhere out without having achieved the things and now he has opened himself in terms of the chances that he has in front of the things that he can achieve. I think he got to a point in which he needed to answer the call he needed to be the player that. We all thought that he could have been on at, but we didn't see enough of it now that we see the full potential well, then it's it's it. You just have to SORTA asked the question asked to not only the individual players such whenever he had the you get to this point but to the training environment that he was part of before, that couldn't get this side of him. So yes, it is fair to go and ask the world's going on back there and I think you also have to recognize that via Munich have done a wonderful job of putting him in a position in which he can truly showcase his talent and you can. You also have to say to the player. He was a chance. Here's your opportunity take advantage of it and he has gone so such a good job of really showcasing what he is player this year of
Germs Entering Every Orifice In My Face!
"To you did what? Now podcast where we discussed stories and science and tech that. Make us ask exactly that everyone. Thanks for listening on your host. Stephanie Educator in Science Aficionado and Michael Program. Good afternoon stuff me our us today Michael there. You have the corona virus yet. Not yet but I don't leave my house so here how well I possibly could have been fighting a cold for the past couple of weeks. So I'm like Could already have it and and You know we wanted to talk about today. I know we've mentioned it a little bit about in our past episodes we've been following this story. What's going on with Corona virus? So we're going to go a little bit of a deep dive today. Especially considering I live in Austin Texas which was only about an hour hour and a half away from San Antonio. Have you been paying attention? What's going on in San Antonio but there was a somebody just confirmed the case within five miles of me. So okay yeah so. Apparently they had a they had some evacuees that were transferred to San Antonio to be in quarantine for fourteen day quarantine and of course they were testing them watching their symptoms released a woman from Last week and apparently the first thing she did was go hang out at the mall. Doku sure what you did. What now yeah. She had to North Star Mall. She browsing stores Middle Movies. End Up all right so yes absolutely. Yeah she went to the mall. She browsing stores ate some food at the food court and then got a call. That was like Oh hold on wait a minute we just got your test results back and you actually are positive. Boy So what are we doing? What's going on with this corona virus? That's a really good question and to help us with that today. We actually have a special guest to everyone say hello to e Rosalie Lee Rhoden born. She is a graduate student at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Welcome Rosalie is have to say a disclaimer. That the views that I express only reflect myself and are not affiliated with any institution so definitely totally understandable. Thank you so much for joining us today. Rosalie excited. Yeah a little bit about what you've been studying and who you've been working with and you know what? Ha What has prompted you to take a special interest in this story. It's a bit serendipitous. I started out this semester. Full-time student and both of my courses are with Instructors who also are scientists at the Center for Health Security And so I have been intensively studying. Infectious Disease Threats to global security and Even before the the tourists started though I had been tracking this because as most people have learned but were not aware of Corona viruses are of particular interest to emerging infectious disease scientists. Yes so I guess before we go into a deep dive into you know what's going on in the United States and other countries as well toast a little bit about what the Corona virus is. How does this? How is it different from other viruses that More familiar with? And why have we never heard of this before okay? So the corona virus is a bit of a misnomer I will leave the name that they've selected cove in nineteen but I've also seen the CEO v. SARS to maybe more like the scientific name but it's a it's a family of our NAVIERA says There are mild viruses in it but it also has SARS inet which people may be familiar with in two thousand two thousand three. We had an outbreak of SARS There were eight thousand people it had about ten percent mortality rate it was contained within seven months And that was completely due to very strong public. Health measures and SARS is no longer extant in the population. But this is a relative of ours and Murs If your audience isn't familiar Moore's is a lot like SARS I believe it as a higher fight fatality rate in it's just the Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome versus the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. And this krona virus is in that family though so that sounds fun and I mentioned a map. Everybody but I mean those relatives that don't panic the yesterday's Exit K. C. D. Comic was all about how stay inside? I've been practicing for this forever like a guy that doesn't leave my house. Let's hit me pretty well. So you mentioned we started recording. You missing something about a gps map and how we're tracking it and so who how many people are affected is pretty much worldwide now. Where's where's the? Oh yeah well the latest. I don't know how many countries exactly but I mean it is definitely spread worldwide. And I can talk more about why I think it's spread even wider than is represented. But I believe the last count was around ninety five thousand cases. The mortality rate seems to vary and that is not necessarily surprising that something we saw with the nineteen eighteen flu different regions seemed more susceptible Iran. I believe just reported a four point four percent mortality rate whereas before you know regions of China were reporting a two percent. Sars was ten percent so that was considerably higher. I think either way what we should know is that the average person is not going to die from this however that doesn't mean it's not concerning that we don't need to prepare and that some people won't be affected in that way. Sure I hear a lot of things going around in media a lot of different things going on on facebook comparing it to the flu so Maybe speak a little bit about how does how does it compare to the flu virus in and is it more concerning are less concerning and in what way you know. That is the difficult part about this right now. This virus has only been known to us for eight weeks which is really wild in that time. Science has completely come together and I mean every day. There's new papers. People are analyzing it doing a sequencing and that sort of thing. One study that was done. I want to say it was on February third sequenced the virus that was in China and what they found is that they suspected emerged in November. Two Thousand Nineteen We only became aware of it And the global community in mid January and that is part of the reason that I suspect because there are confirmed cases of misdiagnoses. I remember one particular case January. Eighteenth a woman with This virus was misdiagnosed at a hospital in Wuhan and she flew to Korea where she was identified. And so I think the data is probably a little bit inflated. It may not be but the bias that we get. An outbreak is severe cases. We don't Miss Those. Those people need help. They seek you Hospital or they die. So they're definitely represented in the data. What is still up in the air and we're not sure is if the mild cases are accounted for and if there are more mild cases than we think that will further dilute the pool and there would be fewer severe cases proportionally talk more about the mile cases. I guess what what symptoms are what. What are we actually? Am I going to be seizing coffee? What is the the virus like? Whoa what is it doing to us? Yeah you're going to you know it's a respiratory illness for some people. It might seem like the common cold. The major complication that people are experiencing is a secondary infection and Monja And that is similar to the flu and in terms of comparing this to the flu. You know it's not. It's not exactly a good comparison and the reason is because we know the flu. This is an old foe. We're very familiar with it. We have vaccines that work against it. In varying capacities. We know what we can treat it with and I think we just understand a whole lot more the problem with this virus and I understand the public's frustration is that to be honest we we don't know much. The fatality rate changed yesterday. I think it was yesterday from the World Health Organization from two percent to three point.
"doku" Discussed on If I Were You
"Cool an actor slash musician. What's the most successful version of that. WHO's the Goat Jennifer Lopez okay well. Let's let's think about it for fucking Lopez. You need someone who can sing shore but she uses well eminem. Yeah that's good. He was getting eight Mile Drake. Are those are those skill sets related at all or is it just completely random to be good at both of <hes>. I don't know fucking performing. They're pretty related. Oh my God that's like a concert. I'm talking about writing and singing and writing is one thing I think writing is. It's a different skill set so singing and acting. It's all just sort of being a ham. It's both acting like if you can act like you sing really well. You're a good sing. I can act like I I if I if I act like Freddie Mercury you know like Rami Malek doc was an amazing singer but only because he acted like Freddie Mercury Bradley Cooper was a good singer because he was a good actor and he acted so good. It was good at. Can you act this actor song. Act this song so good that you're a good songwriter singer so like eight something and boy. Aren't you tired of being so hard core. I'm still Jenny from the block. I used to have a little but now I have a lot uh-huh right. You're a back there and singer so that that stands that tracks. I never said I was good. I said Jaylo was good all right for me me. It's like I'm good at Algebra and also Su Doku. That's my equivalent. Why are you in comedy. If you're so good at so Doku are those those two things related or are they just Algebra Doku no comedy and Su Doku. Oh No I think everything is related to Sudoku though because it's kind of like a it's dumb it's like asking is that related to. Tetris like if you're good at Sudoku you're not actually smart. You're just like addicted to weird little a game..
How does Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus's stack up against Pixel 3's Night Mode? (The Daily Charge, 8/19/2019)
"Today on the daily charge how does the note tens new camera stack up iphone eleven feature rumors and a glimpse inside virgin galactic spaceport good morning and welcome to see that's daily charge. It's monday august nineteenth. I'm rocking average kerry. Let's take a look at today's headlines in the iphone. Eleven expected to launch next month in our own. Patrick colin has he rundown of what apple needs to add if it wants these new phones to succeed unless it is a pretty obvious including things like battery battery life and cameras for me. It's a long shot but i love to see apple. Come out with a redesigned screen that limits the notch just like a lot of these other companies bridge. Did you want to see the iphone. They're not still bothers you. After all this. We haven't like just got used to it. It was a cycle where i was okay with it. Then it bothered me then i made my piece with it but then these other phones come out now have eliminated the notch in novel ways. I'm like why can't apple do that. It's all about invasion right yeah well. I will say that but <hes> you know you know. I've been on maternity. Leave for a while. So i've been out of the whole rumor cycle. It's been it's been pretty great to be out of it but now i'm coming back going okay all right. We got for the levin and all three phones going to look the same really on the front like like why don't we have more options like you know still. Maybe people want that that touch i._d. Home button you know and i know they're going to give up on it but i mean maybe that's what i want. I want more of like more options on visuals for the different ever malls but also more options in the software like i okay so so fo the cameras better yeah the camera's always better you know. Maybe we don't need to have that whole factory at the push deep into the screen anymore so for for such the touch never use it so like maybe i care more about the software updates than the physical attributes says they're all going to look the same yeah i mean the i would love to see in screen fingerprint reader. I mean samsung's now. They've done for about a year now other companies have it'd be nice for apple. Bring i'm back tim. How about some really cool uses of a._r. Because you always hear them tease about it but like i wanna feel a little bit more drawn into that like what's possible desolate next up. Virgin galactic is set to commence its first commercial space voyage in a few months and eric mac and a glimpse inside space-borne america's gateway to space last week. Virgin galactic said that the space word is operational and invited folks to tour the facility we think you are you eager to go to space <hes>. I don't really do well on rides like the gravitron and like anything that involves forces so. I don't know if i'll make it. I mean i always wanted to go to space camp as a kid but <hes> i think i'm i'm good seen how this first batch of rich people do yeah keep in mind. This is not for everyone <hes> there. There is the verb six hundred passengers who've plunk down deposit but the ticket ticket for one of these rides is two hundred fifty thousand dollars. That is a lot of money going space but you know it space. That's true. It's the ultimate mitt brag on instagram. Really your grandfather is going to be blowing up there so yes now for our main story. Jessica doku taking it's the new samsung galaxy note ten plus for a spin and her ongoing review is found a much improved camera. Samson's cameras have generally been good but not top top tier so the fact that the temples nightmare seems to stack up well against the pixel three is is a good sign for folks who are looking for this phone on her article like there is a <hes> example of the photo with night mode on not and it's it's pretty cool like like it's much more crisp when when capturing lit signs at night stomach all right i can see that perk bean definitely worth it yeah. It's a lot of my shots are at night. I noticed the photos seem to be a lot sharper now. It's perfect google always phones the the pixel three in the wall way p thirty pro. I get that right. There's the names are older. It's kind of ridiculous thirty pro. They tell you the kind of how long to hold your phone phone study to get optimal shot whereas the no tents or makes you guess a little bit which is not ideal well. I mean i'm always just in the moment right so it's getting over minder on your screened. Hold still might might be helpful sometimes like even mind. This is an ongoing review just because been she's had it for a couple of days now. She's she's made a bunch tweaks to make it perfect for her <hes> but this is an ongoing process. It's still going to take a couple of days and really kind of get all the tests the battery test out of the way to get a full review so stay tuned to see that they're they charge roger. I'm jay and i'm bridget carey. Thanks for watching.
Would Facebook get any better if we fined Mark Zuckerberg for fake news? (The 3:59, Ep. 540)
"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Joanie Saltzman. I'm Alfred could we clean up the cesspool on social media. If tech companies and their executives were held personally held responsible for awfulness posted there if flies in the face of fundamental principle of the internet, but the u k released a plan on Monday that would create an internet safety regulator to do just that this regulator would hold tech companies legally responsible if they don't remove things like terrorist, videos, or hate speech quickly enough. What do you think are some of the biggest questions or concerns about this kind of plan? Look, I think it's important for companies to be responsible for curbing racism terrorism child pornography, all these issues that are proliferating online. I do think that this Bill or this proposal in the UK is taking maybe a little bit too far here. There's I think the biggest concern from a lot of like full folks in tech is about free speech, and essentially what kind. Content. Can and cannot be posted on social media, holding them this responsible. I don't think is really a sound plan. Yeah. Well, there's gonna be a period of people get a like submit their proposals Smith their feedback for this, man. But it does like it's counter. It's countered to vary. Like idea that these companies wouldn't be held responsible for anything post, and we've seen the bad consequences of that as you said. But there are these other like you have to consider what about human rights like is it does that mean there's going to be these false negatives where people are trying to expose human rights violations. And instead they get pulled down before people can know that actual horrible things are happening in actual world. Yes. So tech companies were able to grow in the US because of section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act, which basically prevented them exact from things. The idea was that tech companies can't be sued for any kind of content. That's posted on its website because these are users posting and this isn't. Google or Facebook themselves going out and posting these horrible videos or anything like that. But I think that you know that Bill is pretty old and they're having lawmakers suggesting changes to that. But I would again argue that you should try very carefully when it comes to that. Because there's so many like free speech speech issues that come with that. Yeah. Yeah. Moving on the best place to check robots VR. Three D printing may become your local library as the world at large becomes more technologically advanced libraries are sticking sleek. High tech lab capabilities next to their shelves of books. So in addition of putting more books online to borrow digitally summaries, adding things like Spiro, robots raspberry pi computers, go pros VR goggles and three D printers. Have you ever been to a liberty? Like, this my college library had a three d printer. But I also paid a lot of money to go. Right. I can say I definitely appreciate more libraries having these for public access. Right. I think that's the idea when I go to Sundance and Park City Utah, and it's a very it's a it's a area where there's a lot of money that comes in. And so there's a lot of public infrastructure for their library is sick. They have a three D printer. You can go in and you can use that there's the are goggles. There's this whole room set up where you can just stroll in and try these cool technology, and I think that as all this tech develops were falling into this kind of territory where this tech can only be for people that have money in our praise enough to buy three D printer or something like that you're going to be excluded from that. And I've always looked at libraries as as a good resource for people that don't have the money for things like that. I know when I was a kid like we couldn't buy a printer. Go to a library printouts stuff all the time. Right. And so this is kind of like, it's a progression on that theme libraries have had things like copiers fax machines, printers technology that now is kind of arcane, but at the time. Time was something that other people maybe couldn't act. Yes. And I think three D printers might be a lot more useful in that regard. I know that in prisons they like have to three D print like teeth sometimes things I mean, they could you could use that as an actual resource at your life. Sending teeth to our prisoners and their inadequate healthcare. Okay. Moving on. And finally, our Jessica Doku Travis Chicago last week to test risings new five G network the day after it launched the experience made her want to cry. Check out that story and many others on CNN dot com. I'm Joanie salesman mile for doing thanks.
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Breaking down the Pixel 3, Pixel Slate and Home Hub (The 3:59, Ep. 471)
"Through fifty nine. I'm under Jiang and with me, our special guest, Dan Ackerman and just Doku art alot. Google had a busy day adding three new prostitutes harbor family style straight into the pixel three first chess, what stood out most for you? What stood out as really the lack of what stood out and this is definitely the most refined of all the pixel devices. It looks kind of the same. The Spar shrunk on the back a little bit that glossy like they called the two tone? Yes, colors are pretty neutral. It of looks more like an iphone. It's running the Android operating system, the latest one which is Android pie. So that's really interesting to see. Because of course, pixel represents Google's vision for what an Android phone really should be at its best. So it is interesting to see that there. I have some problems with the operating system. One thing that's notables there are two cameras on the front. Yes, in a taking a leaf out of el-jisr playback and that. So you can take like group self as we took when last night that actually had thirteen people in it. So. It works notably is that there is one camera lens on the back when you buy companies like LG and ralway that are putting three cameras on the back. So I'd say what we're looking at is a refined duration. It's caught the hardware specs that you expect for a flagship phone, but there's not that one killer feature or someone saved maybe a gimmick. Those interesting to me that the the larger XL was the only one with the notch and they kept with the standard. The standard smartphone designed for the small version. Is it because they're made by two different manufacturers again, like they were last year on who's making these two. Well, it should be there in house team. They brought over from HTC as part of that deal last year was what they, she c l g I talked to them about the hardware built, and they said it was just a matter of not being able to fit the components into the smaller version and making the notch look, fine. Look, you know work, I guess, because if you notice the notch on the bigger phone, it's a lot bigger than some the other notch is out there. So the reason why is because it's making room for those two front facing cameras? Exactly. Still like three d. face sicker face in like unlock the iphone house. All right. Moving onto the pixel sleigh which is kind of like a surface chrome OS powered even has an expensive keyboard accessory, Dan, would you think it's a Chromebook meets surface pro from Microsoft. They had an expensive thing last year. The pixel book, which was very nice high end Chromebook, but high end Chromebook is a bit of an oxymoron. People think of those cheap laptops, but give you could. A case for one. The problem with this guy is it's it's the slate, and then you click on the keyboard, but just like the surface just like the ipad pro, they show it to you. If the keyboard writing, they give you a price, but then you gotta buy the keyboard separately, like two hundred dollars. That's crazy. It's a keyboard when you out at all together, we've got even like nine hundred dollars. Yeah. Sixteen hundred. You're paying eighteen hundred dollars surfaces. The same problem for Microsoft. But if this thing is starts at six, the keyboard is to it's a thirty three to one third premium to add the keyboard hundred bucks a style is I don't know why Stein loses from everybody. One hundred dollars seems crazy to me. All right. Lastly, there was the home hob. We saw just saw the Facebook portal as well as the echo show come out two weeks ago, those two touted video chat as a core service. But this one interestingly has has no camera. I'm just curious what you guys thought about, say you can put one in the bathroom, right? Yes, that's true. In the future devices that don't have cameras that's going to become bullet point feature. No camera because no one actually enjoys video chatting. I think something we talk about love. One person on my my tablet can move around and we still have laptops. So people still use Skype. I think what's interesting about it as of course that it's bringing Google services into the home in a way that obviously is meant to destabilize Amazon and the big wins that Amazon his, you know, one so far, the gains they've made, I want to do. To do less than talk to you on the phone is video chat with people. There you go for full coverage, all things go chick sound seen it. I'm under Jane. Jessica Belcourt Dan. Listening.
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"doku" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Our team here dsp doku no doubt about it congratulations let's get into what's trending last the jazz staff in their eleven game skate in the conference semifinals by upset in the rockets one sixteen to one evening the series at one game apiece donovan mitchell join john stockton the only jazz rookies they tennis's playoff game and the fourth working mba history to score two hundred points in his first eight playoff games crema diligence bar wilt chamberlain elgin baylor won a list to be part of no doubt about it and it wasn't a great scoring i'd for him he just put up seventeen on on what was it eight or six twenty one shooting phony two of eight from three point land was joey angles who had a career high twenty seven point seven of nine from three point and a great defensive pastic nineteen point lead in this one in the third quarter the rockets came back and took the lead so they were back in and if you're a utah jazz player fan you had to be thinking oh no here they go they're going to start hitting all their threes which is what they do they did not only at ten thirty seven twenty percent on their three point shots and they're they're the best in taking the most and making the most during the year and they weren't hitting them utah took advantage of it and did exactly what you need to do one of those first two games on the road you get that split and you move on i still think houston wins a series but utah utah like new orleans we've talked about like minnesota on the west and then you get to the east teams that we talk about that we really look forward to in the future i think for casual nba fans fancy didn't know a ton about utah everyone knows donald mitchell everyone's aware as you said this is a team on the rise and still like houston winning six mike dantonio hopefully join us for twenty five minutes from now so what for to get his thoughts on the rockets after loss last night also.
"doku" Discussed on WREK
"Company or fukushi more usual crooked candle a whole with doku piece that made everything that happened happened rule he can go charge about fifty she mayan japan who view she learned that would never happen here at vert comanche nuclear power plant just down the hill from us of that road i believe our takes rome harsher at way is that what you got that glowing stake in baked potato no you can't cook with it but it is where the who six luggage frogs and media giant grasshoppers trump era young yemen mutated jacked alerts to have ably hotel that rattlesnakes surrey fall thing the ability to not rattled because rattling just gets him killed by humanoids so there been more and more cases of rattlesnakes that don't rattle survey can sneak around berry they don't rattle ram people anyway the ones that that just grew up with without the urge to rattle when monkey people come round those are the ones that survive yes they avoided total terry drowning injected you very pre glowing in your life the toilet terry ground yeah like some people want to commit to try to just back in moment differ others grabbed it associated with wean the person gets so tired i wanted could go on the toilet ground oh for your toilet and snakes should been known to do that to you say or sure sometimes when they get out of the hyena point you're even though they're frankly clay he he act not is where i mr javier on heightened hyde park for trump was no worthiness warned it change point one or unionist pork i'm sorry iin his port zoo redmond massachusetts brothers there's it's a chain yeah i knows dollars izui regan's out here too there.
"doku" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"If you're the big almost eur three crew are you down one of what somebody to this too cruel show what power 106 dawn god doku stop as the above all on the show join now laughing it makes way beating in may 106 number one for hip one bye bye zoom like it was three down some white in a good way of anything vinny any big city that you may have by by his safe thirdly fahrenheit me and get the money into his gun if the mining all night who me and get the money i would be a money no limit is valid through i am never solver for three days in a row come in over taught average the king lashed rushdie had like it's the politics shopping that me copy all campaign she's bomber meet angle got the treaty on fire and no i heard online at 1 o'clock by powered by ankara either way bye god like three down from the white house he could have could have quite anything vinny did he think thirty three that you may have bye bye oh he has faith pay date hispanic hike i guess in the national anthem learned d dan i x mining and then i had ninety eight among and plays break us a tight and don't panic case in the week but the lays the most by the case goes to the rate at the money alone thank god we had thick no god he and pace lady thoughts on the gaza had bruno the path as if you really want the felt who capozza build a brace naked the on hasn't the complete these fun the than this cardi pick up in one bye bye it it like green down from getting the good of white benny brady you may have life of by paul ransbury faith pay they added mining god let me and get the mining and get the money with a gun if the mining let me and get the money gun get in the mining the the money zia quickly and we will give tough commute through with but as legal and we will deal with failed sale club in ladies night received showed he she was crazy writing panov pro.
"doku" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"The answers and now back to home talk with doku himself michael king of god at your broadcasting on location of in gulfport mississippi that's right uh uh get ready for the lowly world series to open the regional uh world series macron sense playing in the tournament now i said they had can i watch him play in still do my show after fifteen years of never been off the air so hey we figured it out lab remote so i'm excited but hey before we get our next guest sat dan foster would masonry cuts medics i definitely want to date douglas colo respects and now we got a kind of for time we did get his website in its packs usa but he wanted me to mention that the specs is at home depot in menards available in the midwest the fashioned all branches and also some of the lumber yards in a lot of the lobby yards in the near future sowa check it out west week gets specs but hey we already know about my next bodies davis stein frosties would make sner cosmetics one of the leaders in the brick in um brick kits stating kits die kits of what about how you want to describe it always love to talk to him he's on the line right now hey this the dan how you doing my buddy michael thank you for having me today rao brick minutes always welcome to have your back to have gone to get deeper into your proven preparatory process of staining brick and all of the kinds of mesa nary uh i want to talk about that proven missionary staying you have but first a foul listeners a tell us a little bit about your business a little bit about your background 'cause we have some new affiliates all across the country join us our streaming live on the world wide web right now they might not be familiar with a missionary cosmetics oh i would love to uh we've been in business for over twenty two years the maitre cosmetics but ben and hand thing especially brick for a lot longer than that it fell recorders my business partner and reposted owners and operators we both good working in the it clan over thirty years ago and we learned a lot about what to do but we really also learned a lot about what not to do and we're proud at.
"doku" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"If you buy a pair of doku they 499 if you buy them if you buy them for a with with autograph i think they're like seven i do not know china yonochocha 500 up charged with harder of those whose so you could take years old tools to the order grass art at pay one that they not at now you getting them for three hundred dollars off so kind of okara that way well what is your duran sale abroad what are they jazz it lonzo gets one hundred ninety nine for an autograph yeah i think if especially if you're if he's not going key sign right if he's that i'm not so i anymore no pregame none of that and i'm have these are this resign i bet he could zargar thousand miles big we'll do it all live here thousand dollars an buddy seriously earlier that the people that again at the stereotype the people who really that my enrich serta life or make them feel good they don't have a thousand dollars to spend on a damn autograph what are they were tore it will be autographed collectors are and who can turn it around if he makes it rare if he the door sign it at every game been obviously become move but if he said i'm not saying it at all except for these sponsored event the arctic graf collectors will pay a thousand out the turnaround i felt buried autographed new period but more than is this a it's an investment this is scary it's all about the business no no i i get all of it i guess you you're the biggest disappoint member for years bill russell idled side i don't sign i don't side then you read one day.
"doku" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"In in a hoffmann says all honored i had to cancel our meeting today it's so annoying and and you'll be like why intial say you know a monster attack it sounds pretty accurate and that's kinda what happens with us well we we started the show of talking about paperweight zoa so where do you want to go from their mango i think i'm going to start with pencil so it do you remember this is doku trend from like a decade or so ago the i was everywhere and actually this is a short aside but i remember one of our editors at our book publisher she was telling us how it was her job to edit so doku and that there was basically no difference between them you could get them in easy medium or hard but beyond that there's no personality to the thing so her job was to come up with different book covers and so she turn them into like a sausage are cover or have them say like mild medium or spicy and retires your gets like challenging after awhile really like how many categories can you come up with the here's what i wanted to say about pencil so actress doku took off in england chicago tribune reported that pencil sales in the country went up seven hundred percent isn't that insane at is crazy yeah of it i there's also a bonus pencil fact i fear part of the reason that nasa uses pens and spaces because sharpening pencil sends all these wooden flakes into the air i mean that's pretty obvious but first they switch to mechanical pencil before they made the moved two pence and this was the nineteen 65 nasa ordered thirty or so mechanical pencils from a company and paid about one hundred thirty dollars per each one and it was actually so much outrage from the public about spending that much money on pencils that they switch to pens which of course means astronauts have to be extra careful when they do their pseudo kuhn space i mean that is crazy but art will speaking of mistakes did you know they used to use before rubber erasers apparently they used we read in in in it.
"doku" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"White house itself he said to the fbi are at least a reserve the penn state professor at the kazakhs who said the the fbi is entered this unprecedented territory by publicly challenging a president a net dispute before the memo was released it the right now what what's the public think of the fbi does this change things no i i i mean i i could capital and the fbi doku talk to journalists too much uh you do he would lose rumors go that stole at quantico where they train people got tshirt sacol moods my allnew send that was fired fbi director james combing great so i think there is a real exclude the core amongst yet bialik no wonder tank here what what are low and i have spoken to historians and some people i i mentioned that your time click come people searching combing you know he was hated by both republicans and democrats cut in that meaning was doing his job and he he seems sorta consume kicking bag for for time for democrats were able kick over the release of moon nails and its investigation of times now president trump lesot consent and the fbi similar to that right now that they're just being kicked the question is where they truly politically biased in doing their job right we're speaking with dan boylan national security correspondent at the washington times anybody suggesting that changes may be ahead in in how any particular businesses dawn in between or among these different agencies we were led the great question no event that goes to the idea of of how politicized to how much the white house wants to dig its hands to lift the eye of the department of justice what you now the dynamic that you now rather plays six president trump's appointee to run the fbi and christopher way publicly push back against the white house vote will lead to west nile so does that mean white house going forward is going to say well maybe we need to change the way that that these new classification is done to come sister really sticking messy the date that suddenly you got people like you know isis or al qaeda listen to this stuff or the kremlin listened to the.
"doku" Discussed on WWL
"Market watch reporter gillian berman gillian new are these women at then klay be there are women who may now current cannot be a traditional trapping of a wedding mike care capper or enter envelope down to do demanding that amman dan or seemingly at least a little more uh shall i had forgotten the mouth is explained with the inner envelope is coat sometimes when he rick even invitation dairy an envelope on the outside that has an that has the address and then in of that envelope there's another envelope that actually contain the invitation inside and who kinda you know an old school formal invitation tradition you know but a lot of a lot of people bva you know what that because people have always done it this way doesn't mean that i need to do it this way well wilson these runs to differently some some things that they're doing different way are um you know for example if if they are dropping not aquafina really trying to not get you caught up in in in obsessing over various detail so um i mentioned the chair cover example so for a lot of wedding you have these cares and they can come with different coverage on top and a lot of people think really hard about that um but for many the important so trying to to recognize that that you that you don't need to death over it or things like devers which uh you know the path i don't know several your to become kind of an expectation that many weddings but by the doku said you know at like that that's not really meaningful to me i would rather just donate money and honor my guest oregon they're does not have that at all this coming from other way it's a few different places we know one is actually a podcast that launched a few years ago and is using the name by chiller so a lot of in a sort of energy around this idea of nonconformity or not a bad thing over in certain traditional things on the it has kind of kaunda home with the podcast and a facebook group associated with it but the term has been around for longer than the podcast and one wedding planners.
"doku" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Joining me as always is we'll shorts he's puzzle editor of the new york times of weekend editions puzzle mass death he was motive davante lulu welcome back thank you good to be back i i hear that you are also vaki just returned from the 2017 world puzzle championships in india how did the us do we did well there were two championships actually first there were doku championship the us team finished fourth and refinished second in the world puzzle championship just behind japan let's respect and japan is so powerful and puzzle solving go team usa could john did great yeah well it's good to have you back as well out will remind us of our two week challenge yet came from zach guido who is the author of the book of course the greatest collection of riddles and brain teachers for expanding your mind and when he gave this to me and i said it took me about fifty minutes to solid and i thought it was brilliant i said right down the equations 65 minus forty three equals 21 and you'll notice if this is not correct six he fiveminus 43 equals 22 not 21 and the object is to move exactly two of the digits to create a correct equation well the answer is sixty five miners four cube to you simply move the three up equals one squared and so it involves exponents thought that was clever cloud this week we receive roughly eight hundred correct answers i didn't even understand the question i have to say are randomly selected winner is mike homes of north potomac maryland just up the road from here congratulations thank you are how did you come up with the answer to this one well first to eliminate started obvious answer which is that you just walk through numbers and i usually spreadsheet could i i also considered the possibility that that you flicked the sixth to make it a nine which gives you sixteen more possibilities but none of them your land i caught it exponents it fell out pretty quickly after that what are you do may i ask that you have a spreadsheet talent to be able to solve plus well i i'm actually retired on a retired software engineer a high yeah i did i did work uh fair amount with spread she all coming together now all right well you won't have time.
"doku" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"We appreciate it yeah bubis fathers on the phone give it up her earnings bad earning hey baby hey was love gay what's up man are thought you were going me baby okay all right ernie uh do you think were around right you think your daughter kris doku style will cry at the speech or do you know during the speech at the wedding i would be i would be very surprised if you'd rather than elite gathered here too right do you think you're going to cry ernie being the the file bribed you know what i'm thinking about actually wearing jade right there i don't know how appropriate that of you regime you don't wear shades ernie don't wear shades man tollways the without built at not out of state i don't wanna get an update my daughter at third day riot gear had a i i could i i could look who later begged that's right that's right figure the word easier by learned did you hear the call before you went on uh did you hear jennifer's advice yes yes uh i wonder wait he gets married never my dad my momma unity before his feet would you be having a quickie before your speech ernie you mean a drink various hi guy ernie best of luck and congratulations sir thank you very much i hope i hope my did the lead the miss declared right now that's pretty cool i hope so true earning who's gonna cry all are mere mom you know your moms and regretting of me cry alba meant listen as toughest chris is honestly think now water he saw me one rvd yeah waterworld during her cry you're going to cry and i know he that the little little girl but you know this is a very emotional go after that would be the braga could get it it's a very special days and earn his yes it is your mary had no and you're not israel is already you're not really a daughter you're gaining a a sun are not always wanted our math also awry earned will talk you let it thank you sir all right aides say that i do that plenty add your man y'all garcia christa beef will she cried yes or no yes uh the gentle chris to be will she cry user now raging waters broke okay fluffy it will be cry for sure okay i i believe so hey jay crews will give we have.
"doku" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"The sun rises in the west that the sun in fact does rise in the west and she's not going to let anybody else get up in her business tell her otherwise all but she wasn't done go ahead sell stand within the white house it's kind of a man standing alone while he is wary plus what general mattis and you saw that sell us the talks in that he every day with in the white house there is a lot of bad blood that's and guy who travels alone who has of the issue is a thin staff we know who's at a very tense relationship in the past with jared kushner any hasn't made a lot of friends there exactly his droopy he's the secretary of state of the united states he has an entire governmental department with offices embassies and consulates around the world working for him but he's just too sad guys sitting in coach minding his own business doing crossword puzzle listen play in what's said stupid thing where you do the numbers said doak whining that so quickly he's just plain sit doku by himself back and coach nobody wants to toe to rex tillerson except for apparently the person who follows him around constantly and records what he says without actually recording it and reporting at then to nbc news then she goes off on a tangent about the boy scouts y because it's nbc news and you know know how will felt about the president's remarks at the boy scouts the boy scouts new all read thank for rex tillerson his father ran the organisation rex tillerson ran the organisation this year they built a statue iraq's is on earth let's hear what i worked at bloomberg tv in we covered business rex tillerson as ceo that side did more interviews with the boy scouts of america then he did with business journalists so in the press that with so flynn as spoke in such a way to the voice has america that affected tell us them in fact it him deep deep down by might resign the president's handsome steph that i didn't appreciate till the boss scouts a can't be have in that do you really think that the secretary of state was sitting around watching can't wait for the president to speak is going to make me so proud in any talked politics a little bit to the boy scouts.
"doku" Discussed on The Home Church Online
"In an it's you know we've got to make sure folks that you've repainted of your sins and you're right with the lord in the ones that are out here today that are not right with the lord owen she view to say it i'm tired eleven this way i'm tired of living as simple lifestyle i'm tired of this whatever lifestyle yerin to say i'm tired of living his way i repent of my sins and just repeat after may just say lowered i repay i repented of my sans i know that jesus died in rows upon the third day and i've made jesus christ the lowered in savior over my live and i accept amendment are right now in jesus name and i asked the holy spirit the baptized me right now with his fire right now in the name of jesus the baptism of fire right now from the dhabi read the soulsby fee or shuttled though quote rob mato doku will yet he estes release your prayer language right now it might be a syllable might be whatever it is but that's all authority is just be free in the sphere in just use that and just keep repeating it in the name of jesus and it grow in in in you've you've got it the ones that repeated that your born again i would like to hear from you this is pastor mike from a you know over here consuming fire radio number two at gmailcom you can get hold of me or you can go over to the home uh the home turkish online website at the home church online dot com website in you can see the skype button that i put up there eating just call may on skype or leave a message air uh when you do call i'll get back with you.
"doku" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The iceberg because that only covers will states where our medical doku succombed illegal and yet only eight states where rutley markets don't you should be goal after we still a lot more expansion that could happen if bill states will also watch he knew this this is still a fascinating having your spin on this subject in in we've never really talked with anyone on with your breast in scope before so i'm i'm really excited that you're here with this today do you think we just found out a few months ago about the canadian connection tell me in your opinion and and what what if any canada and making these legal and will it change the federal laws in this country will it affect the class one the class wine that that this drug this they're calling this drug this this plant will it caused americans and our legislators to think differently because our neighbors are going to be so free about their cannibis laws who gaping could was going to have an impact on not just in the us but we actually global who would remember of important considerations when we think about cannibal who come in the first developed nation equalised adult use cannabis in the national way hearst i mean the canadian will not be known for being people who are all too graham take random flight for parents who very bear all or well pragmatists berger reputation to being privatised 270 amsoil sunken the wealth wealth of the world is watching the evolution ammos debate it's won't go up if i wish to beatles happened head of state us impounded on going to canada as a well respected all maverickminded country on the bopping up on such a significant shift in an old seaport animals a second went into a blue uh been you ask him about the world on with ability into what happens when we activate a legal panel of industry on the national regulator model remember england wide done movies a canadian will do.
"doku" Discussed on WEEI
"Sports center earlier with doku syrian with kkob altman expected to be named the permanent gm any day now it comes down to him in owner dan gilbert deciding what they want to do are they actually going to trade carrier being an honor his request in perhaps go and look at the fourteam sea mentioned in san antonio new york knicks miami heat meant so term wolves or look around the league to other offers the come pouring in as they surely will because of the caliber player that careering is order they say you know what let's put him back in that number two cavs uniform with the brands facundo goodyear patch on it in the nike threads of you know what happened the last three years we went through turmoil with this theme we got to the finals and vet that hiring asserts a proud competitor that when he started playing games that matter he will put all the personal things aside and ball out and that is where we stand those two sides an in and particularly dan gilbert in kobe hacked to determine the direction they want to go on all right so that's interesting because they had some time to bowl this over your right before the story broke yesterday with brian windhorts speech but you also have a piece coming up on espn dot com about talking to other players about their reaction with all this what's been sort of a domino effect within the cavaliers now that the story as broken we all know about it well certainly lebron james was taken by surprise by this and he's the player that everyone wonders about this carrier ring saying he's fed up with abroad and it's it's not so much a personal a personality conflict between emily brown it's either rings perhaps the greatest ballhandler of all time and the james is probably the forward through touches the ball more than any other forward nba history and so there's a natural tension there and carried like the number one type of guy who has the ball fondled grew into session after possession the gonna stay hands off on this he's gonna leave it up to.