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"donau" Discussed on You Better You Bet
"It's nick costas and ken barclay on you better. You bet bell costas. Decker cody decker. In for ken barclay. Today maybe a couple more times this week. We'll see but cody decker. Great for my guy. Ken barclay still allowed to do here on this tuesday edition of you better. You bet power. Our final hour of the show code. He's got thirteen major league baseball bats. You heard correctly. Thirteen major league baseball bets for tonight. James mazzola talkin golf still to come adam kramer talk in college football still to come deckers diamonds still to come but right now. Let's get you set to win your fantasy football league this season. Let's get you set to win on some season-long player props this season and to do that. We welcome to the show our old pal now with pro football focus where he is their fantasy football expert. The great ian hearts in is on twitter at i heart. It's ian welcome back to you better. You bet nick. Cosco's cody decker. Bet you'll hear on this terrific tuesday. What's going on my friend. Thanks for having me guys. I'm just happy we got football back. The actual football as someone that you know produces the content throughout february july every year it gets low hard after a while when no more games are being played so even though a lot of these haters out there might not appreciate the preseason and i can remember a time not that long ago. Didn't even have preseason so very thankful excited for the regular season. Donau ian so good to have you on here and a listen at the end of the day. We got a lot of fantasy players out there. And i got to know. We watched last night's game. James had himself a hell of a game looked like a completely different player. But what are you expecting. Really out of james this season and not to mention that the saints skill position players as well ken marquez. Calloway how about night from him too for those. That didn't catch those highlights diving. Catch him between two defenders and then one handed over shat griffin. Like this was not empty. Stats against scrubs marquez. Calloway earning some think. He's someone that should be anyone's top fifty receivers at the moment. I guess the issue james is this as much as we all love. James i mean literally anything can happen every play when james gets the ball. I appreciate guys like that particularly on red zone. James hasn't always been a great face quarterback though he really almost never has been twenty. Nineteen was the only year that we saw him rank higher than fifteenth and fantasy fantasy football every man.
"donau" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Jumps on all right. So yeah because they kind of guy gardner on your fourteen like gavin kind of his origin and stuff all right Dykes aren't guy gardner. Number eight remain nineteen ninety-three nineteen ninety-four is fast approaching For the lord of the ring on a lot of walking in this sort right yes writers georgians and will jacobs. 'cause i guess is the easy z. Training his replacement against there they were riding team on the trouble girls so probably friends early. They've worked before so. I wonder if something happened. And then we'll jacobs takeover for two issues until chuck. Dixon came donau but pence. Ler course just stanton inker terry beatty colorist anthony tallinn letter albert the guzman and editors kevin dolan regains All right so of in front of a crowd of onlookers and reporters guy gardner. Prisons criminals go face in repo mall by all the reporters guy grabs bucky sharp and sally. His girlfriend flies off into his penthouse. Worth three. won't be bothered. Guy gives sally a check that she can use the start her dream business but all three of them here voice and turn to see logo on guys.
"donau" Discussed on Plantrama
"In our true or false segment. today we're going to talk about mothballs. Lots of people think. That mothballs are good for repelling animals in the garden. Maybe cats maybe moles. Maybe voles and i think we need to dive into this a little deeper. I'm betting we agree on this one c. l. Do you say mothballs are a good garden. Repellent true or false. I say false. Don't do it do it. Don't don't put this out into the environment. Donau read that yourself. Now month balser poison. They have no business being placed out in the landscape. Don't put them under a shed. You know. Don't use them. First of all the animals are not as repelled. By mothballs as we think they are. Okay so that's number one number two. Sometimes they're actually not only not repelled. They'll pick them up out of curiosity. And i actually saw a crow once. Pick up a mothball in a clients property and fly off with it now. This is not good right. It's not good the birds. It's not good if that if that crow drops it into some backyard. Where child could pick it up. Yeah it's not good not a product that is made for the garden. It's not safe for anyone to be breathing it so don't do it. Cross this off your list and if somebody suggests it to you well. That's the interesting part. Because most people these days are aware of the fact that the off gassing from these mothballs do not want to be breathing in naphthalene it can cause headaches nausea vomiting and diarrhea and all that good stuff but i did find on the reader's digest website. They are still recommending it as a garden repellent then there's this parenthetical expression that saying it's dangerous to animals but they don't talk at all about being dangerous to pets how it gets into the watershed. What about if your kids pick it up in the garden and i was really surprised that they were giving out this this misinformation so we are here to to set the record straight. This is not something you want to use in your garden. It's labeled for moths people. That's what it should be used for.
The Power of La La Anthony
"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art. So power was truly one of my favorite shows I've talked to breathe way too much. I still found myself wondering what carers from the show would do if they existed in the real world. So We'd love it if you could just indulge us in a little bit of a game. Okay. We're GONNA throw out a scenario and you tell us which character from power best fits the situation. All right. Okay. So we all know that Joe Biden made good on his promise to choose a woman to be his running mate. On the democratic. Ticket but we want to know which female character on power would have made a better choice as a running mate. Okay. So You already know off the top of the dump quick witted she's smart. She knows the system how to get through the system I. think he'd be a great running Angelo for sure I mean she kinda got caught up by the system that numerous through it and she knows the law whether she was part of breaking the law or not. She knows the law. So I think she would have been great. All, right. Second Question. So none of the men on power were necessarily winning awards in the a good boyfriend healthy relationships department lynch two men from power. Do you think could go head to head in a horrible boyfriends verses? Who would you like to see? I think draze caring. There was a horrible boyfriend who said the daughter the always mentioned that he didn't care what happened. Durham mom probably ghost I don't love how he handled the situation between you know Tasha Angela and how he did that I wouldn't say Tommy 'cause. You did kill Holly. You're right. Maybe that's what I was gonNA. Relationship you've really love Kisha and things that he would have never heard. Anything to protector. So he might not have been the ideal boyfriend, but I think he was getting to a place where he was really trying to eat. Better. But he did last gopher. No
The Power of La La Anthony
"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art.
"donau" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"The part that I remember the most here was in one section there were a lot of bird cages hanging from the ceiling, and of course is me and my sister walked through the queue I told her like we have to walk slow I'm trying to take it all in doing research and she specifically said I want to know why they're all these bird cages because it was kind of interesting like typically. In America. At least when I think of like bird cages, they're very dislike decorative like we used a birdcage at our wedding to hold wedding invitations. So we're kind of wondering like what was the purpose of us and it turns out that birds are a very common pet in Asia, and all those bird cages represented like a bird market. Now. They don't have real birds in them because no animal cruelty and all that. But that's why the bird cages are there. Never would have known that me neither. Donau now, I'm going to go back and I'm going to walk through the queue and think this is a bird market. I wish they had like the sounds because they do pump a lot of sounds into this. Keel I wish they would move I. Know they've got to have some like retired bird animatronic around. Like an old TIKI, bird In all expired. Jose. Here. Put them in there. See I wonder if they didn't do something like that because. They're trying to make it authentic like I wonder if they strayed away from. ANIMATRONIC Maybe by the end of the storytelling series, you will be able to say animatronic who knows I wondered if they steered clear of those because that would make it not seem as authentic. So. That's kind of leads me into one of the questions I have. About all this is. How do? Obviously. It's done. Tasteful. But I don't know. Can you cross that line where it's offensive? Or? sacrilegious. Or anything like that. That's just where my mind wanders to. Is like, yeah. I I love the references to Hinduism Buddhism because they are so ingrained in the cultures of these areas that let are represented. But especially when you talk about that, they are honoring the animals instead of the. Hindu gods, it's. I don't know did you I didn't go through it with you but you have a better understanding of world religions. Anna. Better understanding of the key you. So do you think it could? Toe that line at RB think they're good I mean I could definitely understand what you're saying. I almost feel.
"donau" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"You're listening to love so the radioactive Mix Sky Stage two from the game. Twinkle Star sprites for the Neo Geo composed by Taro Shema and let me tell you for now I love a good shoot 'em up I love a good puzzle game, and I love a good head to head competitive game. And I love the Neo Geo, so you put all that together with some cute music, some cute characters and Frantic Gameplay, and you've got the crazy mash up. Twinkle Star sprites with even the crazy I feel like my I heard that name I think he told me about this game like years ago and you like. God probably got tried to star sprites. It's so awesome. I'm like twinkle Star sprites. That doesn't sound bit. But? No, it's great. It's a fantastic game. I would love to see. Another twinkle, Star sprites, but now cornell. Tell me tell me what's your mind? Tell me what. You got that look I kind of grassy. Do agree with you on a number of ways here because Bingo star sprints only ever got one seat will only came out in Japan Yup. which I do own I did buy. An import Paul La Petite Princess and. It is the same style of Gameplay with better graphics and more Cairns to choose from, and unlike the original game character stacks are actually relevant. For those that weren't to know the character. Seth twinkle star Spicer's so bloody inaccurate that you can't even trust them. The worst shot character in the game is the best shot character for experts who play the game regularly. But then in addition to this sequel guy. nother completely unrelated company. Released a game and twenty, eight, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand and nineteen. That is a spiritual successor to this game rival Mega Gun. While, it has nothing to do with twinkle stars or sprites. It does involve space combat. A split screen with head to head shooting game play and the whole boss mechanic, though the boss mechanic has a little different I, think I want to say in this one you choose the become the boss, and you control it on their screen when it gets summoned. You're right. Yeah, now. It looks very very similar I've come close to buying it, but I keep telling myself getting on a sale it on sale some switch on switch. That's why would buy it. If I bought. It would definitely be the switch. Very ps four to maybe I'll maybe I'll take a look at it then. Like, if you like twinkle star Sprites, like even even the reviews premises like. If you like star spray, you'll white bagging. Just saying I had a feeling like one or two of these, it's like just my knowledge of games is not so as great as yours. That's a good thing, though and it goes both ways. It might be something name you're for. No, actually this game has. Has. He had a spirit successor in the form of Apple von Betty's great mushroom Capers, and it really stole all the PS. Four point five right can happen. It could happen I. Yeah, maybe I I really doubt there's something I know that you don't, and he would have both Donau. A listener might come back and say technically guys. This game exists and it will both go. How. So it can happen. That's part of the fun and I really is yeah. I like being surprised. You know I really. I don't like like game. Reviewers sites that are like. They assume they know everything you know. I'll say this, though the the typical starts. Bright Soundtrack I'm not a huge fan of A lot of the music is very like circus. You know very like music box sounding, so the some of the stage to Remix is which I think are all this one composer are just? They're so fun there poppy. They sound. They remind me like nineties Japanese, DANCE MUSIC To specific tracks in the game that I always come back in the restor like they're just good for when I'm playing game. Yeah, yeah, and it's like force place the force, locale and There's like a sort of fairytale stage where the music is like. The ICE teams the ice station. Charity picked in the show. Pick way back when in two thousand seventeen. Like those two levels have great like alison to them in the car Sam to them. But? The rest is still good, but it's more like I'll do it in the game if I'm choosing. A Roulette of tracks I'm not GonNa shut it down either still jimmer. Good. All right but so. What do you have your first track? Well I. Came from a game. The I remembered very fondly from my childhood, and it was funny. That came to mind when this topic arose because I, he started turning like this like a massive stench. I missing a bunch of Games as best I could buy system. And then I tried to trim the fat and say what Games are. Have sequels are similar issues or games from other companies are similar seconds. You know. Remove them from a tear, but this game I remember finally, and I also remember buying a game specifically because I thought it was like this game, but even still it was not which I'll talk about shortly and that game is called bobble goose on the Gameboy on this is the main theme from that game as I only learned when picking track for the show. It was composed by Hitoshi Sakamoto. Okay, so there's a reason why it's so. Yes bogus I've never heard of this one else. Let's listen..
"donau" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Did he keeps on coming back in the states. There is usually and this is a very common practice of marketers. Sierra like okay I'm GonNa Bring Hundred Thousand X. amount and then make sure that he just bombard all the people on facebook to go to my website or avenue but afterwards it will also leave in the next thing you know. You're spending another one hundred thousand. You never know. It's the same type of people who would just check back and then they would see is still the crappy APP that I I've checked. Oh anyway nine. I won't even pick your ad or so understanding how the customers would look at your website or your partner or whatever you're offering and that's true and in essence. This is literally how girl tacking in marketing is different because marketing is literally just focusing on the top of the funnel which is acquisition activation growth hacking covers the whole final from acquisition activation. How do you Rip Team and even so the further down the funnel. How do you get people to actually refer you said it goes viral and all the way through new exactly exactly? It's really the marketing for no. In fact with these users love your product they become outfits or France that's basically making them accidental marketers. You never realize you're actually being efficient as well in your marketing. Spend because people are already starting to market their product. That's even a bonus if you do your job right. That's awesome okay. My next question is you mentioned earlier about preparing a budget. This is also one of those things that non corporate those people that don't have any corporate experience struggle win and people think just walking through x amount whatever You know they run it like a mom and pop and more times than none. It actually fails so what what practice. What suggestion do you suggest for? started founders to start creating budgets on. How on how do they do that to make sure that? They're within point on how to use their finite resources. I would have to say this. This might be it. Depends on the person how he sees himself. But I think you have to be very open to suggestions and become a problem solver. This is very subjective in terms of how you define it but when I say a problem solver should be able to determine where the gap is a for example you're operating an organization or you're you're you're you have the start up. You should know where where the leak is. Or the holiest and when we for example. It's a sinking ship. That's the perfect analogy. No Way to stop the upper or with with with a stop in terms of the water entering the ship right and make sure that you keep on sailing. If you know how to determine that you will be okay because you would know where where to put your next hundred thousand dollars Nixon then thousand dollars which ever you bought some your investor or your BC. And if you if you make sure that the always address any problem that you encounter whether it's a customer complained or your marketing that performing well you will be all right instead of like just okay. It's market the I need to. I mean you you need to spend wisely. Because that's finite it's a finite source and especially in a startup. It's it's super more more more and more. It's a long way and your room for mistakes are very small so you need to get it in one thing. I guess an ad on what you said and I always see this too is that you don't bring your Old Kool. Because if if you drink your own kool-aid and using yeah yeah everything's GonNa be okay and you hope that hoping great everything will be alright but continuing the path without giving at least being real with your team and your your border. Whoever co-founders they knew are going to be doomed to fail. I made that mistake. Do so what you know what I realize. It's actually sometimes good to be pessimistic when you're a startup because in that way you actually always seek what could go wrong but with Moore instead of heritage exactly instead of being like A naive optimistic that you think like when you build something people will just go there or without money everything will be. Roi Right away so those things you have to strike about it. That's why might it's actually a mix of people would like think wildly everything will happen right away would and then I also have people who would say I do not too crazy. They're this days Blah Blah Blah. It's a good mix. It can all optimism although way exactly and and that optimization will be push but that realism will be the one. That's levels you out at all right. That's that's crazy. No don't go there so check and balance. You said it's a perfect mix all right last questions. It's it's not common that we've had country managers country leads in a startup. I mean this. There's only a few of you guys in the country. What makes a good country manager? A good trump is technically. You're still doing a lot of what founder does right especially from zero to one thing but if someone wants to be to follow this path that you've taken Indo what would be your suggestion For them if they're starting out in their career you know what one of the reasons why I got so In terms of accepting this job is actually looking at our building accompany a good culture a good culture in in this organization that that I was supposed to build from zero to what I think. A country manager Would be a great one if he or she would actually be AN AVID FAN OF COMPANY. Culture building culture. A country manager should actually be the chief cultural officer. We the had chief cultural officer in. He he wants for me. I WANNA make sure that whatever beliefs I have in terms of how how work should be done or how camaraderie friendship should should be always present in in in a in a start up. Even you know even though we become like hundred staff company. But we still feel like. We're a start up like we're still hustling like. We're still aiming for the next hundred thousand dollars she'd basement. If we keep on having that culture it would always be like exciting always be there so's bit adrenaline rushes my furious. When you get to scale up so big you become you offered zone you would see on the operational day. There's a steady income. And then you lose that Archie. Lose that spark. I WanNa make sure that even my one bounce. My managers would pass that onto their respective people to their respective staff and so the culture becomes like a very good one for the entire station that I think is very important. That's why I have very picky when I interview people. I look at attitude if he or she is a fit in the organization if I see scientists like are dispersed on Jive with other stocks. I would rather not risk it because of course being the referee of those people. Xactly those those things are considered. Actually yeah and again that cord that culture. If you do it right it would resonate it through. Because he said you're one down to little have their own one downs as well and it will just grow exponentially along with the product that you built. That's which is the culture as it added score and then I guess of course the enterpreneurial mindset right. That's very morse. I guess I'm also lucky to have some An upper management or stakeholders from to a digital group who actually understand how start up a startup rules. How it's like don't expect previn use or Huge amount of money flowing in in year one or year tool usually tier three right. Or you get you become operative bit in year three. So they understand that that's why they're all about Audience now or customer engagement and that is what matters. If you you're on the just might others. I know this. Big companies would like to invest in their own start ups but they run as if it's a corporation and look for profits in year one and that's just crazy right so it's important that you you both are enterpreneurial and you know how it works on the same page correct. And then last lastly lassie. I guess numbers. Three s ecology managers are sites of the culture. The enterpreneurial mindset. I guess humility humility is very important. That even though you're like in my case I'm the head in technically. I'm the ill of digital Philippians but I don't see myself as the CEO here. I see myself still someone learning a lot of things from my counterparts in Stakeholder she HQ and at the same time with my people with my employees here. I mean these are like awesome people who were very or experts in their fields in. I'm learning a lot from them ourselves. All right thank you dean Donau again. Before I let you go. Please invite over everybody to To digital and what should they look at four in the next couple of weeks and months that you guys had in store so thank you again? Run about this It's truly great experience. I know it's GonNa be exciting. Thanks man but for the for your fans for your pets And and your your followers here in Hustle share if you want to know more about to digital just go to digital dot com slash Philippines. If you want to be specific about our country you can check. Check us out there right now. We also have our website. It's true Dot Ph of Snack Abo- content Are there for you to enjoy especially if you're despite damage situation And if you are a great feet to actually pitch us your ideas and will be will be very excited to know more about your craft your your work and whatever you could call tribute to actually entertain and inform the Filipinos here in our country. 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"donau" Discussed on Sister Love
"Nothing. Hong All hangers on her own and I was so angry and and it was the best thing I could ride. Yes thing I could have done. It was really does that out so she she's just a and not only that you and she really got it out just now. You don't quiet and then you know that emotion just skill Donau is free being you know not only to the person that directly Lee who maybe has caused some injury and really it is the the undercurrent of scarring. That's emotional scarring. That happens over. We're all my God you're talking about you never what do you think happens. What happens to scarring over a period of years? It becomes tissue. That you've been through Russian exactly someplace. That's a little bit weaker in your body right more compromise to your body right. It's my neat when all right I'm glad so badly every now and then let you have to take you know be very mindful that is that is incredible incredible. Thank you all right. That's all I think. Just you know. Just the release of it in even. That's why it was important to me to share with you guys awful. I never even had a chance to have a conversation with time you about last night because because I meant to ask him before I will. It was due early. Have meant as even last night jump up to hear me. Screaming is like but you know I felt like I needed to handle that like immediately and then sometimes when you're so used to being by yourself you know you never think that not one. You know to frighten anybody but you never think that maybe in the moment if you have an opportunity to release that they always feel they have to take care. Thanks because I'm so you know Self sufficient but so you know to a point that sometimes to fall. You don't know how to ask if you need help to open up in tell somebody no right or even I'd say no but we know that when you're in those vulnerable we have to learn these things about herself and when we do usually at a time that something traumatizing is in having woken us up and say you know you hold too much in or you need to do this in but anyway I just felt like I had is like well even on a spiritual level where at times I should probably contact somebody that I entrust in a spiritual way our church or whatever you know whomever it now and reach out but our moment it's like you take care of this right now and then going back to sleep you and God is there's always remember saw their moments when you can says Jesus it and that's all you gotta say Yeah Yeah that all of it legal for you protect your job you give me discernment strike and whatever whatever you need and the time because I but I know what you mean because I have sleep apnea well yeah and so when the mayor I I said let me sleep. Beware Mass I tried. That math. Didn't work for me. Lena you have to out is the didn't are but you have to do is is is critical because you know sleep apnea can lead to dementia early and also wargin damage so getting that oxygen in your debt. Oxygen cutting off in in the middle night. It's not a good thing so don't take it lightly. Seriously you don't that you may be uncomfortable but keep trying different ones it out because I I know I mean I've had people say I thought you stopped breathing. I'm like I brought will he. Did you know I mean you know what we shared a hotel room room stuffing for life. I take you know what I did was in a row and because house of that you know I say Lauren and saying your hands. Yeah I go to sleep. That's you know is in the hands so I always praying and I think that that will. I'm just before you go to bed early to cover your you sleep. Oh absolutely sure who money. Yes indeed honey renee eighteen. Every night. I do I do that. It's just automatic for me. Not only that also in the morning Break Korea as you think about keeping awake little traumatic for you.
"donau" Discussed on Programming Throwdown
"It doesn't know what you're trying to take a picture of that bear in the distance the person in the front the clouds of a beautiful sunset like it. Doesn't know. So that's why you'll see things like Donau put boxes around people's face under the assumption that if a person's in your image and close you're probably wanting them in focus. Yeah. That makes sense. And so you'll make you'll make all these hacks. And so I don't think they'll ever converge because it requires way too, much back iterative back and forth process rate. But this how I sort of reexpose is a lot of those knobs to you. If you wanna fiddle with them, so it's much lower picture taking experience, but I also sometimes shoot like old school film and even much lower process with the very long feedback cycle before you sort of can developed images and see what looks like literally of a darkroom. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. I never did it growing up part to me. It's just the chemistry of it is really cool. Off the show this one point. Yeah. Actually, one step further where I did like silver chloride, raw chemicals to make my own sort of paper that was photosensitive like exposed into just because I was like I want to know how this works. That is unbelievable. But by no means good at it or sort of consider myself an artist, but nobody it's amazing. It's sort of that it's fun to me. Like, I don't know. Yeah. Built something that everyone else just dependent on. I know how to make pictures the way they did like one hundred years for the whole world has Armageddon or whatever happens and everything goes away. We go to winter rebuild the world from scratch, I guess I'll bring the photography equipment. It'll be great. I'll bring the dog food you bring the photography photography equipment will be also. So. But yeah. So how light isn't an that. Check it out. You would want to pair it with, you know, some ability to edit these files is really good at taking them. But you need something which I can't I can only share one tool show Jason who cheats, there are many. But you also want one that does get editing. Yup. So make sense. But you wouldn't add it on the phone, would you? I do. Yeah. Wow. I explained to computer. But look that to me is a different workflow. I'm on my computer. I probably might as well just have taken it with. Yes. Good point. So because the. Okay. That's onto processing processing, I get started here. So, you know, I think one thing a lot of people don't realize is just physically what's kind of happening. When you take an image. Right. So, you know, I mean, everyone knows about you know, I'm sure everyone knows about photons. The sun's big ball of light. It's sending out tons of photon energy. Those photons are bouncing all over the place. You light bulbs doing the same thing? And some of these photons and hit you eyeball. And so what happens you have these photo receptors that let's say integrate or Kimia late these photons, and so of more the photons are hitting these receptors at a faster rate than they are just more excited. Right. And so that that ends up turning into some electrical charge, which then your brain kind of post processes and turns into image. Right. So a camera doesn't actually work that differently. The way the camera works is photons are also coming in and hitting the camera. Photoreceptors? And then there's these kind of like wells that is like little us and photons are coming in from the top. And they're hitting this you'd because it's kind of a U-shaped, it's trapping, the photons almost like a crab. Crab trap or something? He's trapped in this. Well, and statistically just very difficult for them to be able to bounce out. And so then what you could use you measure, basically, how many photons trapped there. So that's that's a really high level. What's going? What's going on? To now, you have sort of the probably even more raw raw format and iphone is extremely raw..
"donau" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"I do think he's got twenty percent twenty five percent. Karl malone. Twenty-five percent Blake Griffin. Where he's a he's just. Physically superior his weight size. He's should be able to do what he's doing. I mean, he's heavier than JJ watt. I do. Yeah. He is right in two hundred eighty five pounds locks everything. But when you when he's playing eighty two games he'll fin out. That's a good also on the defensive end in the NBA. He didn't have to play defense at college. Not that he doesn't. But you don't have to. How many times does he face an NBA player on the defensive end twice this year? Maybe I mean, North Carolina's good. But I got Duke tonight. I bet them at two and a half it's up to four already and North Carolina's swept them, but against Caroline is good. They're good. Give me Duke Donau. Dukes weakness, though is the three point shot. They're not a great shooting in thirty second in the country shooting threes. Yeah. So there's not a lot of great three point shooting teams. Up for all of it, man. Now, Carl Malone's interesting comparison, I like that. I have not heard that Karl Malone at a great first step. You'd Fallon my only concern on Zion. Williamson it's not the weight because I think once he plays eighty two and a half to play the cardio defense. Yeah. He'll be fine. He's got to be a better free throw shooter. He's I think he's about sixty eight percent. He's going to get to the line of ton. And let me tell you something. I watch Karl Malone live a lot Carl Malone. Not only the pick and roll was Stockton. He lived at the free throw line. This kid's gonna get fouled for the next fifteen years in the NBA. He'll be at the line seven times a night. You gotta hit five of them. I think you're onto something with the body and the injuries. Remember Lonzo ball has played two seasons. Can stay was MS like sixty games Brandon Ingram. Yeah. These injury. Like, these guys zion's probably going to have to trim out a little bit lose at least ten pounds. Right. Can't go into the NBA jump around like that two eighty five. Well, I just think you don't have college basketball. Syracuse plays zone. You don't have to work as hard. Get to play eighty two games. In fact, I would argue what made Barkley so good early and we'll make Zion and Carl was good early. Is they can withstand going from thirty six games to eighty two games. The only broke down at thirty four years old. No injured bigly dot com. Jason McIntyre anything you want to tell us any big news. Not really my wife's not pregnant now that my mom's coming in town. Maybe she'll come watch. Our tennis match your mom come in town. Congratulations. She's raised quite a prodigy. Very very proud of all your growth. All right. We're back Monday, Colin right, Colin wrong Zion played last night. So there was a big wrong. All I can tell you right now. We'll see you have a great weekend be safe in L A. It's the heard my name is Danny Shapiro. The host family secrets three years ago. I took a DNA test and this test meant to be a fun exploration of my family history turned up a massive family secret.
"donau" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Our goal goals to never lose your business over price. Tensions are high of the United Nations as diplomats deal with Venezuela's political chaos US draft resolution condemning Venezuelan dictator nNcholas Maduro demanding he allow foreign humanitarian aid into the country was vetoed by China and Russia Russia's draft resolution praising Madero failed. Now, the US is blocking visas of Venezuelan leaders, we are applying this policy to numerous Madero, aligned officials and their families US special envoy Elliot Abrams. Meanwhile, opposition leader, one guy Donau recognized by fifty nations is head of state continues touring Latin America gaining even more support in Miami Eban Brown, Fox News global chemical weapons watchdog said today, it found reasonable grounds that chlorine was used as a weapon in a deadly attack on the Syrian town of Duma last year. More than forty died in that April attack, a lawsuit over the pledge of allegiance, civil rights complaints been filed on behalf of the Florida's sixth grader who was disciplined and eventually arrested after refusing to stand for the pledge of allegiance at a school in lakeland. According to the local daily the ledger the complaint filed with the department of education says the eleven year old civil rights were violated by a reprisal. Also, there's school resource officer unlawfully arrested and committed battery on a child who was allegedly subjected to racial discrimination. Lakeland police say the student was disruptive and made threats and that behavior is why he was arrested Lilian. Woo Fox News. A man called for jury duty in Hawaii shouted he is guilty outside a courtroom and ended up spending a night in jail himself and twenty four Jacob Maldonado says he was having a bad day and wanted to get out of being on a jury. The judge wasn't amused. In jailed Maldonado on a contempt charge overnight..
"donau" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Associated with that symbol as an opportunity to manipulate this symbol to further his own public profile the story unravelled when the brothers admitted they helped stage the attack in presented the paychecks small at wrote small at denies the allegations Suffolk DA Rachel Rollins calls. The small. Case a sad situation. And is concerned the credibility of real hate crime. Victims will be called into question. Meantime, Donau Williams with the urban league of eastern Massachusetts says he's reserving judgment on the matter problems facing a company testing self driving cars in Boston. Autonomy says solar glare is playing havoc. The driverless cars cannot figure out the traffic signal colors. As a result company notes. There's always a safety driver in the vehicle company working with the city to fix the problem. Well, known Boston Globe sportswriter, Nick cafardo died today while covering Red Sox spring training, and Florida cafaro was sixty two the Red Sox issuing a statement saying they're saddened by Partos passing noting. His coverage was asked consistent as the game itself. Singer Peter Tork best known for playing in the nineteen sixties TV rock band. The Monkees has died at the age of seventy seven here. CBS was Anthony Mason. Panasonic. The monkeys would outsell the Beatles and the stones in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven their first four albums went to number one. A made for TV ban. They were assembled by the show's producers, Bert Schneider and Bob.
"donau" Discussed on Racing Post
"I I think dome back bay is the hug coach, I guess. Yes. Even even since the regular season ended anybody associated with McVay seems to beginning at coaching jobs of swear affirm ho- McVeigh offi during the year, and you're gonna head coach from where. But yeah know, he's put together arena. Go team. They're kind of been way. Similarly, the pages I was gained enough reliance on any star players, especially offensively like these being relaxed the week on early. Definitely be reliant him is more than CD. I'm listening come from nowhere. He was caught by on Thursday by the raiders. And that was. A derived all of a sudden it's like a great running by all over again similarly, like a wide receiver Cooper Cauca injured throughout the season. But they've been able to like us, dos, rentals and woods and poke tight end ever Digby. So like, but basically you can get these players to articles every out of and for dementia team and make them more. Yeah. They've got that car is it's a different chemistries culture medically though, different. The stall is completely different. How does he got this? Right. So quickly though as a coach. It's just the x factor with McVeigh's, and they must take taken himself in the NFL ready. People were looking for the next show move. The current one is only name one civil is these any thirteen just turned fifty this week building. And you know, but you know, he's your go go what it takes to make people take me to cover the team from Jeff Fischer. Would you know, one of the all the dinosaurs of the game sort of ground them down Jerry gopher this terrible rookie season. It was always a bust. He's never gonna make it and then move as turned him around. He's, you know, Bill team in the allays got clever offensive ideas and got so many weapons that. I think it's gonna make it difficult for the patriots. Because bait politics plan is always to take away what you do best. And it's so, you know, if you've got a really good wide receiver w mope and take make make make the Kobe women's wherever it was just go all the running game. But with the Rams you can't really do that. Because they they can go to the other area we'll ever belly decides to take away they've got other options shoot from the day in. Yeah. For his he's managed to get to now golf because that is men is the he is turned get I still on these he still needs rookie contracts. And that is what is able to them to go out and rather than fuller, the draft motives, the vast majority of teams do and so like Likud in college of talent. And then you're always taking a punt of whether they can be able to make the massive step up and make such a big impression paper able to guess published players admittedly on big money and sue and Marcus Peters of people that particular defensive players, and that they've been able to be able to team up that way. So they have got players who have been there done nine nine. What they can do this one. It's very different. It's a very different dynamic. It was one thing that put me off at the start to say boy, they both of this success both to get to here by narrow window to get it. Right. But yeah, if they don't then comes off his rookie country. I have to pay him like a top level player. But you know, the fact that gophers emerged as allowed them to do this because I've watched that had been going out shopping together Kuban, and they wouldn't have been the same. So. How much credit I is. That's debate. You know, the player himself. You know, you go give him a lot credit. The master plan is words, thus far gentlemen. One more guy actually seal the deal, I suppose the logical thing for us to do is take a short break here, you'll achieve Rossi post NFL pocus when we come back. We'll start crunching numbers. Villier success? Ain't tent? It's board. That's why Patty power we pay the big bucks for the best techniques in the world to develop new fastest ever app. Download the new app from the app store or place Donau eighteen plus become widow tube..
"donau" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"Uber's especially Uber pool. Do report that's. Uber for people with not a lot of money. Now. Really when you see the prices next to each other. You're not in a rush you go spend twenty three dollars to get there in fifteen minutes or I can spend six dollars to get there in twenty eight minutes or thirty five minutes a bargain. So that's what I've been doing. I think I'm breathing into much of the real quick Roger fucking stone. So when I get to LA in ninety seven, and I got the job at e you know, me and car young Donau, then we kinda broke up because I was in LA Allott and the people in New York New all the fucking billionaires and multimillionaires knew she was on the loose. And Donald Trump came calling. You all know that story. Well, I was getting these postcards sent to me at e and it would just say famous bitch. And so is car young, and it'd be a picture of car or picture was creepy shit would've fuckers doing this this one on for months car calls the other day. She goes, hey. I know you love hearing about crazy things that happen to your life. I said, yes, she goes. Remember, those postcards you got from people someone saying famous bitch, so's car. So yes, she goes that was Roger stone. I said are you fucking? Why don't you tell me? She goes, I I couldn't I had the way I had just had to way he's crazy him and Don little crazy. They were jealous that we were together. And that's what he was doing Donald and tell them to do it. But this is what Roger stone is like he was doing these things because he knew his friend really wanted to be car. And maybe she was me. And you know, what these are the people that are running the country, and I'll tell you twenty years ago. Roger stone had to be talked out of rolling over on Trump. I'm gonna tell you something right now twenty years ago, he wasn't arrested for lying to congress. He's gonna turn on Trump. And I got the headline already picked because this is the way my sick. Mine works you've read one day Rolling Stone. 'cause this motherfuckers gonna turn over. And Trump is going to be facing something he never face because when I tell you Roger stone, no knows where the bodies are very how about if until you he brought the shovel in the lie. Okay. So Trump is in beds is in bad shape. He looks to feed. It looks pummeled. I still wish him well. But I don't like what's going on. And fuck Nancy in shock. And then Alexandra occasional court is not about them. It's about all the bullshit. It's happening. And the fact that these guys who were good friends Cohen. And now stone stone's gonna talk stone is a Rolling Stone mocked my words. Anyhow people. Nobody's giving you that story the whole fucking world. But me tell you patriot friends get on it patriots number up. Can't complain. You guys are doing it your friends sign up. I mean, we gained like thirty people. God bless I love you guys. I've got strangulation on my mind AJ. What are you a horrible thing? Let me clean between the black Dahlia TV series with. Pine and then the other night I stumbled upon conversations with a serial killer with the Ted Bundy doc on net flicks. And then when I was watching the Jimmy breslin, Pete Hamill, doc on HBO. I kept seeing all these scary headlines that ran in newspapers back in the day and Jimmy breslin column when he covered the sun is Sam murders..
"donau" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"All right. Wayne Allyn root a day delayed with the great Bill. O'reilly was missed not checking it with Bill, and I was at a major convention yesterday in Vegas, but I'm back today on Thursday, and we've got Bill O'Reilly with us Bill. It's so good to be back with you. Thanks. I appreciate it. So it's a real chess game between Trump and Pelosi and it's more than a chess game. What's that game called Russia? Let where they take the gun, and they pointed each other's temples. I mean, this is like political suicide waiting to see who destroys themselves. It's it's really quite crazy. And I wanted to get your take on who the losers will be politically. And at this point is the country losing. Well, certainly the country is losing because the Democratic Party doesn't really want to compromise that just want to create chaos, so Trump will be reelected, and I think that statement is absolutely one hundred percent true. I was a prized President Trump kind of gave up the state of union next Tuesday. Yes. I was prized. What he thought he might take my advice and give it outside on the capitol steps allow Lincoln and US grant and other presidents of done that. Because the perception is and certainly if you watched the media today, the network news in particular, Trump, folded, Trump caved all of that. Now, we don't really know what's going on behind the scenes and. Some Trump supporters like Rush Limbaugh say that this was a win for the president. I don't know how that's true it might be. But I maybe this stuff. I don't know. But it is it looks like Nancy blows emboldened looks like she says, I won this staredown Donau. I'm gonna stare them down on everything. This is what the women's history is if she gets a, you know an advantage. I knew she grinds you into the dirt. So again, maybe there's something I don't know. A was surprised, and I think it's harder to get a deal on the wall now than it was yesterday. Yeah. You know, this to people the world, I respect its Bill rallied. Rush limbaugh. I'm with you on this one. I just don't understand how rush could call it a win for President Trump. He caved Nancy Pelosi. I thought it was a big mistake. And I thought your idea was great, dude. Other capital steps my idea to outside at the border. Do it in front of a factory that's booming because the economy because of Trump's policies. Stadium. Right. If that happened, the no works wouldn't cover it. So they'd have a hard time not come other president in front of the capitol. But if you if you make it into a rally or a neutral site. Then networks, ignore you. And then of course, you're not gonna get any ass..
"donau" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"donau" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"You mean that the moment that WB quite heart again in suck my soul from my body because they threw very white it a lake and they ruined by white. You mean that? Yeah. That that's still hurts to this day. Becky limbs going off on the wrong locker room by like kicking around the rows with a bloody nose and everything. Like that. Can we just say, Becky, Lynch and jitter all the entire year's belongs? Becky Lynn least the second half of the moment. Shawn Michaels, come data retirement. Oh, my God talk about that. Like the moment. We thought would never happen. The moment that we have always been told Donau. I'm not gonna do it. I'm not going to do it. And then all the sudden takers, like, hey, Sean, you wanna go when we're time in hundred can come and John's like, yes, sure. And they convince the newly elected mayor of Knoxville to come with them. Why the hell not? So for me. That's my number one. What you're number one. You know, honestly one's really happy once release sad for me. I feel I the Roman moment as much as I don't really want to dwell on. It was a huge thing that happened in. It's a really sad thing that happened get while Roman we hope to see back really soon. We we see that. But to me, that's that goes in the story of the year Roman has situation that story of the year. Yeah, we're we'll get there. I feel like I feel like Sean coming out of retirement is probably number one in terms of moment of the year. But you could almost argue this was the year of the women where they really finally came into their own after waiting so so long to get enough spotlight. They're finally now in it. Okay. On top of that. Ronda Rousey, debuts at the Royal rumble. There were hand they are rumors, but what had happened in holy crap. In does. She does exist topics. Wow. I mean that was a huge moment and that set off a series of events that really made it the year for the women. But I still say Sean coming out of retirement is probably the biggest because again that was something that nobody ever thought was even reasonable possibility for him like he was done and he was committed to being done. And then this year, he was like, okay. All right. Let me shave my head. I'll be with you shortly. And that's kind of what happened. So now, we go to story, and you have to start with the Roman thing because it was Romans home leukemia change, whatever role is was and will be for the foreseeable future. It's really changed the entire landscape of WWE. Yeah. It is the company on that deep of a level. Because again, Roman was the backbone of that company. He was the guy where he was really the face of the company. He was the face of the raw brand whatever they needed to him to do. He did he really carried a lot on his shoulders, and you saw really the impact of him going like the like for years we had seen Jones sina carry that weight and carry that burden and he had successfully handed off to Roman reigns. He left he's like he's out by and Roman. Really carried it. And the problem was when Roman left to take care of the cancer. There was nobody there to really pick up that burden for him..
"donau" Discussed on Angela Yee's Lip Service
"But I don't know. But it it is important that it'd be respect like I'm never gonna let nobody disrespect my mother and not just be hoping like he's not that bad. Just try to get it to like what about guys in the industry. How do you feel about that? Would you rather day somebody who's in it or not in honestly, probably somebody who's not an initiative people, beware? You don't think? So. Yes. Hello. We'll be like, yeah. Let's get that feature. But after that, I don't wanna feature on knows. I I wanna wanna feature. feature on you have two people. Be math fake. I like real just real men like real Negus like be all like that. Our like people put out industry people. They gotta put on a bebop too, many things they got egos and images. I mean, that's any Mando. But I feel like an industry is a little bit more because they're under the microscope in putting off for the people because they feel like the people are always watching. So they have to be a certain way just be a so what do you think about moving too fast? Like, what is moving too fast nowadays, I've moved to fast once before it was fun. It was like. Coaster. Get caught up in whirlwind. Fast, and it was so fun. And then it was so done. Really? Busy while you look what your. Then he goes. You can't even walk straight. A deft drop. It was fun though. I mean, it was experienced, and you know, what I think that's how we have to look at life. Like, sometimes it is just fun. Like, even if it didn't kill you you good lesson learned got on my body. On about. Be like together and one week in you like they're engaged and you like fuck is desperately met like underneath a month. I feel like when it comes to that move in that fast. Crazy. I didn't move that fast. I was being called wife and all that. But it wasn't no ring. And all of that. Don't call me if you I ain't got no rain sack. I think that word is so loose now. Look would you call nips Egypt? Call Lauren lending, his wife and everybody was under her comments. She's like, no guys. I did not get married. Puck alone. We'll say in their defense. They have attached together they've been together for a while. Very so. Wife. They is so loose. Now that Serm lose love is loose Donau on. Have you ever been in love? Like, she asked me like questions always be like. Feel like she knows. Of course. And what happened? He's doing the life happened life life happened was that mean life happened. What do you mean? I like if you like what do you mean? You know, I feel like do you feel like love is a permanent thing? Like if you love somebody you always love. Now, I think sometimes love can shift like you can probably like a loved your manically a loved you. And then it's like when a relationship is over as kind of like, yes, still love you. But I don't love you. I'm not in love with shadow wanna be with you. But I I wish nothing, but the best view like, I don't wanna see no harm come your way. If something ever happened to you. If you narrow I'll be at your funeral even give a eulogy, I might even speak, but I might shed a tear them. That's how you know Israel love when it's not bell like say upset I love you to somebody before the now, I don't give a fuck. What happens? Like, I don't wanna die anybody die. But like, I don't give a fuck if he dumped over bridge as I wouldn't even know how would I know how the news. I mean, maybe in the news or maybe nobody would care like, I don't. But that I really loved him. But I felt like a guy that I really did love Bill kind of way. I feel like it was people. I thought I loved, but then it was like passes like not. Like anybody who ever said like I love you in like, I meant. I still love them that the does that make sense. 'cause sometimes retrospect we look back like. Really let him. That was less while. Sometimes you say back only because they or nice. And then you like maybe I do love him because he loves me. So we must love each other. And then eventually, you'll be like, Nope. Never loved them. Like bullshit..