19 Burst results for "Donoso"

"donoso" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"donoso" Discussed on THEMOVE

"You'll see. It's just that the you know. We talk about cycling and lock all the time. So much of this footage. You'RE GONNA. See especially the crash that. people still always talk about. And when you watch it unfold and below key crash. As you watch just watch. Thing, about where I went into that field. rewind just five seconds two seconds and imagine if the crash was there. You can't get in. Just watch where I go on the field. It's as if somebody has placed. That little entryway or or or dirt driveway into the field for the farmer if it's. Fifty feet before fifty feet after this doesn't none of this happens you talk about. It's just so crazy lucky. So. We'll start with that. We'll start with the stage into gap. Let's go. Idiom. I mean as I watched this footage and yawn you. You touched on it just just being. Quote Unquote off. Like I. Watch this I'm like something's not right. I know what I know what it looks like and feels like the pedal circles, and I watched him I just. It was just it was work. You know if it's. Totally on form this that right there that look at everything about that feels like work. But, still still you know I remember that day. Used during the stage already said okay steel better, there was every day was. For me also in the car waiting. How does he feel? You know so here on this last little on this last climb. All teammates are gone and Vinokurov had attacked us. I think he was in third or fourth. and. G C so basically. You know you had no other choice than to than go, and also we also. We all knew there was a dangerous Donoso. Better be in fronts downhill so. I, remember I. Do Remember that day that you started. A better feeling peddling look look, look better, but still nothing compared to. What it's supposed to be in this part of the world is especially in. The summer is always hot. It's just. One of the hottest parts of France and think about this days that climb is I think it's a category two climb and they're only seeing the top leaders on the team that means. That stage was incredibly hard. To climb on eventful is just up and down all day. Definitely the the heat of the day. But start to look at the road. I mean all this. This is the it's an old road it's it's not been maintained that well, and it has these. Just these pockets of Tar, these places of tar that were it sounds crazy. I mean I guess when we were kids in Texas. We had this, but the road was boiling. The Tar was boiling up in the road. And you could, you could ride over patches and you feel it. Grab your tires. Going Straight, which is no big deal. Unfortunately, we're about to see what happens. When grabs your tire. When you're turning. Yeah, this is birth. Leading you, and then it's high modest. Mile. I know over the top Maya was there but I do I do I? Know is a Belgian was. was there nearby? They were both there. Which of course? Came on radio shack with us What a class guy! Absolute a.

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"donoso" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"donoso" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Undertake the ones we're not going to go back to the phone for a second time this is Donoso Linus Kansas is great to have you Sir I appreciate your waiting hello thank you I'm glad to hear you're back Mr Limbaugh thank you Sir this is my opinion here what we prostrate ourselves America before the federal government over this sort on a virus and that have incentivised layoffs in the skipping socialism and going for full totalitarianism and that is why they're allowing their shock troops to run wild in areas that they control so that the propaganda arm in the media can tell us all you see independent thought and individuality is a virus it causes racial disparity it causes injustice that causes us not to have national health care if only you give up everything stay prostrated in front of the federal government we will group thing our way to utopia quit thinking for yourself because when you do that selfish and when you're selfish somebody doesn't get what they want well a little of his interest in this you think because the American people laid down and allow themselves to be lied to and stayed home for two months and kill the U. S. economy that that sent a signal to the left they can skip socialism or go straight to totalitarianism yes it it told them wow look what happened we we always wanted this and how it happened let's take advantage of it and they're doing that again by how what they're doing is they are allowing their like black lives matter and antifa to go crazy in areas that they control so that they can tell America this is the result of the virus of individuality and independent thought if only we all group things our way into utopia this won't be happening everyone will be satisfied and we will have a happy country.

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"donoso" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"donoso" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Time to take the plunge we're not going to go back to the phone for a second time this is Donoso Linus Kansas is great to have you Sir I appreciate your waiting hello thank you I'm glad to hear you're back Mr Limbaugh thank you Sir Hopkins this is my opinion here what we prostrate ourselves America before the federal government over this summer on a virus and that has incentivized the lay out into skipping socialism and going for full totalitarianism and that is why they're allowing their shock troops to run wild in areas that they control so that the propaganda arm in the media can tell us all you see independent thought and individuality is a virus it causes racial disparity it causes injustice it causes us not to have national health care if only you give up everything stay prostrated in front of the federal government we will group thing our way to utopia quick thinking for yourself because when you do that selfish and when you're selfish somebody doesn't get what they want well a little of his interest in this you think because the American people laid down and allow themselves to be lied to and stayed home for two months and kill the U. S. economy that that sent a signal to the left they can skip socialism I go straight to totalitarianism yes it it told them wow look what happened we we always wanted this and how it happened let's take advantage of it and they're doing that again by how what they're doing is they are allowing their like black lives matter and antifa to go crazy in areas that they control so that they can tell America this is the result of the virus of individuality and independent thought if only we all group things our way into utopia this won't be happening everyone will be satisfied and we will have a happy country okay I am going.

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"donoso" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"donoso" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Time to take the plunge we're not going to go back to the phone for a second time this is Donoso Linus Kansas is great to have you Sir I appreciate your waiting hello thank you I'm glad to hear you're back Mr Limbaugh thank you Sir so this is my opinion here what we prostrate ourselves America before the federal government over this sort on a virus and that have been sent out by the left into skipping socialism and going for full totalitarianism and that is why they're allowing their shock troops to run wild in areas that they control so that their propaganda arm in the media can tell us all you see independent thought and individuality is a virus it causes racial disparity it causes injustice it causes us not to have national health care if only you give up everything stay prostrated in front of the federal government we will group saying our way to utopia quit thinking for yourself because when you do that selfish and when you're selfish somebody doesn't get what they want hello this is a high level of the home of the misunderstand this you think because the American people laid down and allow themselves to be lied to and stayed home for two months and kill the U. S. economy that that sent a signal to the left they can skip socialism or go straight to totalitarianism yes it it told them wow look what happened we we always wanted this and how it happened let's take advantage of it and they are doing that again by how what they're doing is they are allowing their like black lives matter and antifa to go crazy in areas that they control so that they can tell America this is the result of the virus of individuality and independent thought if only we all groups things our way into utopia this won't be happening everyone will be satisfied and we will have a happy country okay I don't know if down the wild well yeah because you're you're you're making you're making a jump the corona virus to the to the to the the I don't know what virus well while they're there if you've been paying attention to the media they're calling racism a virus they're calling white triple a is a virus they're counting everything of the virus now because the coronavirus work so let's make everything else a virus and then we can put the controls are there they're already even though president trump is the president during so you think it might offend you think most people are believing the fact that racism is a virus that it that it's something getting into their system and once they get it okay that explains it they're they're moving the racism bigotry homophobia are all viruses in people believe that I think the woke people already believe that the right what what what I done to deserve KSFO it's Katie green here taking another look at your bay area roadways we have a problem spot north down eight eighty one oh one connector ramp there's a big blue tarp it is blowing around in the right way raking in the area CHP officers will be conducting a traffic break and removing that from planes six eighty in the northbound direction just before the toll plaza for the Benicia bridge we have a ladder it's in the far left lane CHP officers are assisting with that now a two car crash on eighty in the westbound direction at greenback lane it's over to the right shoulder CHP officers are on the scene and traffic is a little slow as you approach north bound to eighty this is that amante road we have a shovel this one's blocking the second lane from the right now is causing some sudden braking so please keep an eye out and ninety two in the east bound direction as you approach the toll plaza for the San Mateo bridge we have a truck that is stalled in the second lane from.

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T-Rex at the Smithsonian

Correspondents Report

05:55 min | 2 years ago

T-Rex at the Smithsonian

"Now for decades, one of the world's great museums has felt just a little inadequate, the Smithsonian in Washington DC didn't have in its collection. A tyrannosaurus Rex the most famous dinosaur all known literally as the tyrant lizard, king. Well, now it has after quite a journey his North America. Correspondent James Glen die. In the newly renovated Donoso hole at the Smithsonian national museum of natural history on Washington DC's famous mall. One sixty six million year old spaceman reigns. Supreme t Rick skeleton is dramatically poised to take the head of a hapless triceratops. This particular animal is found in nineteen eighty eight and it was found by Montana rancher was on a picnic with her family, and she saw just a little bit of the editor arm-bone sticking out. It was a bone of the T Rex that never been found before. That's cooked Johnson, the museum's director and chatting Knicks to the skeletons teeth H, one is about the size of a banana. Can you be a full blown top of the line American natural history museum without a T Rex? Well, that is something I think is not possible. When I joined this museum as director, we didn't have it to your accent. I wasn't the first person to the point that out, but it was something that I didn't want to open this exhibit that having to your ex here because this is the national museum. Mm, t Rex was first discovered early last century. It was once native to North America and vindicates now, the Smithsonian has been desperate to get its hands on one there's two ways to get a T Rex can buy one or you can find one. That's the bottom line, which I did the museum. Well, we spent a fair amount of money looking for one because actually cheaper to find them into by them. Find them into game out. It's not it's not inexpensive. But it'd be better to find your own. And we looked and looked looked, and we found pieces and parts. But when you looking for something as rare as a complete T Rex chances, you actually will find a relatively small, but buying one of the city, also substantially complete T, Rex's is complicated to sue a beautifully preserved lodge. Reynoso is still known by museum staff is the one that got away at an auction that exceeded all expectations in New York in nineteen Ninety-seven bidding started at half a million US dollars. The hammer dropped at seven point six million with commission on top Chicago's field. Museum was the. Lineup and his house, sue since but many paleontologists believe they have been the losers. Is it all Sam kneels felt that'll drastic pox fault? What happened that generally was because if you think about the discovery of shoe happened before Jurassic perk and the sale of sue happened after Jurassic Park, and that was an amazingly, beautiful fossil the skull was in one piece, and it was an exquisite thing when it went to auction. There were many many museums had dreams. What's your personal views about benefit these things to be found on public lands? They along to the nation. Well, United States is the only nation in the world that has dinosaurs, and where it is legal to sell dinosaurs. He other big Dennis are producing nations. And there's like six or seven of them own the dinosaurs the nations in the United States on private land. If there's a dinosaur to private land owner owns Dennis with the increase in the value of dinosaurs. Launched by the su- sale act. Actually has made it more difficult for professional intelligence museums to access private lands because dinosaurs are now money. They didn't used to be money. So this sunny changed tack slightly, and found a third way of getting a T Rex by working with another arm of the federal government, which already funds, most of the museum's costs and the land on, which this dinosaur was found is US army corps of engineers, because it's a reservoir managed by the army corps of the people do all the engineering and they had to Rex's from their property. Both of them were out there with the Rockies Montana. So we didn't want to take Montana's only directs the once they had to both the museum of the Rockies and the US army corps of engineers green benefit to promoting Montana, and the army corps of engineers in Washington DC, the specimen has now been dumped. The nation's t Rex Matthew Khurana is the museum's curator of Donna, Soria. It's important to us. I think that we call it the nation's T-rex because we really. We want people to feel like its they're controversial because there are the big ones, you know what, what what's going to think about that? One of the other new you can play t Rex's around. You know, our T Rex is not a T Rex of sutra Nakata's. It is. But, but our T Rex is not a T Rex of superlatives. It's not the oldest or the biggest or the youngest or the longest, but it has unique position of being everybody's T-rex thanks to the museum's -cation and the number of American tourists, we make a pilgrimage to Washington DC cook, Johnson believes the specimen could ultimately become the most visited horrendous Soros Rick's in the world. I've had T-rex described as a gateway drug. Can you explain that for kids? I actually think I coined that phrase. I think I did of kids really caught on. It's it really the ideas that kids love dinosaurs at a very early age. It gets them excited to go to Zia. Gms gets the meeting, scientists it gets them thinking about how fossils are found right now. We're hiring. The next generation of scientists, and many of the paleontologist, tell me look, I it was drastic parked to did it for me when I was a kid. So I'm seeing that generation come through now and there are a lot of them and every year we're finding something like fifty or sixty new species of dinosaurs, unknown to science, I opened a dentist or exhibit nineteen ninety-five and since then the number of known dinosaurs globally has more than doubled. So there's still lots of amazing stuff out there. Get out in the backyard and get digging. That was our North America. Correspondent James Glenda reporting.

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"donoso" Discussed on Hello Internet

Hello Internet

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on Hello Internet

"I'm sure it goes straight into the turtle choking mitigation fund. That's ten Pence goes, but like at least give me the option, and I was sitting there in this general store, and I asked the guy about like, oh, do you have plastic? He's like, no, no. We can't have plastic forks and just like I would pay twice as much if I could get the plan. Two forks versus wooden, folks. What are you should just put metal ones? I would have totally bought like iron implements to throw away immediately after the picnic if I could have. But it was it was water nothing. That was the perfect opportunity gray, you could have been sitting there and that London park, and we haven't got utensils and you've reached into your back Parker put a handful of hot staffers, and you could've used them as sort of shop stick jabbing implements. And you could have oh set their head you allege with hot stoppers had I only I only thought about it. We could have used the hot stoppers. I hope you had some you. I hate you always have a handful in your back pocket as with you. There's always hot stoppers somewhere nearby. My pockets in my jacket or in my bag. I really enjoyed the last time we got together in person at the pub when we signed this dinosaur attack cards. I love that you reached into your bag to pull them out and like out game jocks up just they're everywhere. Right. This recording with you. Now, I was packing because I'm traveling tomorrow. And I got out of bag which has all these different pockets and compartments, and I pulled six hot stoppers out of different compounds in the bang. Each one place everywhere. It's like sand. We didn't tell people about the signed dinosaurs attack cuts. Oh, did we not? Never did. Okay. You. Go ahead you and I got together at a mob, and his very charming you brought a bunch of packs of dinosaur tat cards up the books. So here's again, this is like flashback memory for me is child. You bought the box that the the stores would have on display, and then you as a kid could, you know, go in and pick some packs out and my them like never in my life. Could I have imagined that such a bounty could just be mind like a box of them a whole box of them unimaginable to child gray. With technically grade that mine, not yours hours. Breeding. I would say new muddy. That is very true. And I really wouldn't have wanted the box. Anyway, we must have looked funny there at the pub there with that glasses of water and adult books of dinosaurs tech cads between putting them like school kids. Yeah. I think we were clearly the the men liaised of men in that pub that evening, but yes, we we opened them up. It was opened up five or six packs or something about that. Yeah. You and I signed each of them. So you put put each of our signatures in the borders. And then the idea is that we were going to send those off to some random patriot supporters. I will do that. I haven't done that yet. But you have to Topol what the first Pecci opened had in pretty much the first card you pulled. It was crushing a gain. I couldn't believe it. He's made me sad. If I were to ever frame a collection of dinosaurs attack cards. I would not include that one you can't do that wouldn't that? If you had a framed collection of Donoso cousin the wo-, and it was incomplete within that. Like, just scratch your brain forever. No wouldn't not when one of them is is just so horrific that I don't wanna see it gives me a little paying of sadness..

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The strain in Spain: an election looms

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:22 min | 2 years ago

The strain in Spain: an election looms

"Hello and welcome to the intelligence on economist radio. I'm your host. Jason Palmer every weekday. We provide a fresh perspective on the events shaping your world. In Japan policies and attitudes. That took hold after the second. World War have repercussions that still affect day to day life this week the government at last apologized to tens of thousands of people who were forcibly sterilized in post-war eugenics. Push our correspondent talks to one of them. And the rebuilding of Japan after the war took on an almost military quality as soldiers swapped uniforms for suits. That's made the country's work ethic. Famous notorious even as a new emperor ascends next week. Japanese employees are getting extra time off work to celebrate. But they're not sure they wanted. First up though. 2017 Spain's wealthy semi autonomous region of Catalonia made a push for independence. And former that sheet or the no. That unconstitutional referendum. It voted to break away from Spain. Madrid soon crushed secession bid. But the on issue was far from over it helped trigger this Sunday's general election, the third in little more than three years Spain's, prime minister. Pedro Sanchez called the snap poll in February that those cleaness. Another econ seem worst after a crushing defeat in parliament all Kombucha that up a lower than yours. Equa- his minority. Socialist government had depended on support from small regional parties, including the Catalan nationalists, but they voted with Mr. Sanchez's right wing opposition to reject his twenty nineteen budget plan. His government was paralyzed. The coming election is supposed to break that impasse. But the political landscape remains a fractured. The simmering cuddle on crisis, looms, large, still and Europe is looking for a stabilizing force in uncertain times. Spang goes to the polls on Sunday, the twenty eighth, and it's a very important election because you have another European country that is plunged into real political crisis. Christopher Lockwood is our editor for the Los Eero Spain's been led by government that any had twenty four percent of parliament's, very weak minority government and the prospect after this election is you still went to have a majority and we've seen this pattern happen quite a lot in Europe in Germany. It took many months to form a coalition Belgium had terrible problems putting together Italy the same. It's a growing problem. The fragmentation of political parties in Europe. And I think we're about to see on Sunday a nasty new case of it in Spain. So what do you expect the outcome of the election to being do think Mr. Sanchez will be able to hold onto power? I think that the socialist party which currently forms the minority government will again emerge as the largest party. But it will be very well short of having a majority and the real problem is that there are no. No, viable poss- to a stable code shouldn't at the moment. And the reason for that is the political spectrum has fragmented with the entry of a couple of new parties until recently Spain essentially had two big parties since left in the center right party. But what you've seen is the entry of radical left party Damus a party more or less than the center called the Donoso the citizens party and now about to enter parliament for the first time a fairly far, right? And he migration party cools. Vox on the problem is when you've got five twenty parties in parliament, none of them can form a coalition very easily because none of them seem to want to work with each other. So the danger is that you'll end up having some very inconclusive coalition negotiations fully by another election. If you have another election this year as many people are predicting that will be the fourth of action in four years. This is not a happy state of affairs. But as you say Spanish politics has not always been this way. What's driven all this fragmentation? Well, a couple of things I think clearly one was financial crisis followed by the year is in crisis and this hit Spain very hard. Indeed that led to a demand for new parties to come and solve the problem. If you like, but then the other thing that changed in Spain was the emergence of Catalonia and separatism there as a political issue. So it brought back onto the table. The problem of nationalism in Spanish politics. This takes you all the way back to Franco, of course, early in the Spanish, civil war body parts of it was precisely for over Catalonia and tempted succession there, and none of this has gone away. There has been a tension between Catalonia and the center founders of years, but it had been hoped that it was sort of put to bed then that all changed with demands by Catalina have an independence referendum and then actually declare independence. Both of those things were not permitted under the current constitution. As a result of which the independence that they unilaterally declared was decreed illegal with. Oppressed by direct rule from Madrid. And the people who promoted it put in jail, they're now being tried and nine of them face the prospect of extremely long jail sentences, which again, but devils the whole political atmosphere and also poisons relationships between a number of the stabbing parties and what about outside Spain. How much do you think this election matters in terms of European stability? Well, it will be engine to see what happens with vox, FOX gets taken into a coalition. I didn't think was very likely, by the way. But it could if that happens that will clearly send a lot of shivers down European spines because it will just to mate taking into power of other right wing parties. I think more likely is that Spain will just continue in this rather unfortunate period of political paralysis that's going through. And I think that's bad for Europe in a different way. The reason is that Europe needs more strong countries. Traditionally Europe was run by sort of Franco German access and one of the great strengths of having Britain in the EU. Is to certain extent balancing third power between those two having something to say to both countries to the Germans to be like Germany and apostle of the free market and sound budgetary principles. But also to the French preserving the importance of national foreign defense policies in particular certain sort of sovereigntists attitude towards the way things were done in Europe. Now Britain's leaving the you'll says it wants to leave the and people would like to know we'll be another power to balance out the Franco-German access and Spain sometimes suggested could have been one of those that seems very unlikely if it remains paralyzed it's the calm bit has terrible problems and now political problems. So I think that instability in Spain, you know, robes Europe of another potentially valuable additional actor, Chris. Thanks very much for coming in my pleasure.

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"donoso" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"What's in your how about the traction as game defensively, and he talked about how the Denver guards needed to hunt shops and transition before San Antonio got set up. I love the place that they've made the last time so doubting in transition to get open looks. I get that two men action in the middle of the floor between Murray and yoga it's when you play Denver you're going to have to play that dozens of times in the game. And they're having their way in that too man action and being able to get the shots that they want second free throw good for the color Yokich twenty three points, ten rebounds, seven assists. Remember earlier San Antonio was shooting of your seventy percent. Is this the memory now? Spurs shooting. Forty seven percent of the game. All rich in trouble. Here left to the circle those out of Patty mills between the circles bills chased by Burridge sleighs into his right and gay up tangible apologizes. Listen to through ball, Donoso rebound, all surrounded by the nuggets, and stolen either. With it is no set on the break to Harris. It's the trilling Beasley for three. No rebound through today that threat. Ten point lead though for Denver. Being down twelve of the end of the first period. Stachel. Aldridge left southerly, turn shoots the theater, Mr. baseline left. Rebound tap off the glass by Millsaps by when he's tied up to jump on the signal. I love just going to say if you're saying that Tony Tony where you go. And it's gotta be Tila, Marcus Aldridge to get a look that patented baseline fade. He just missed it so shot that he normally makes but let's get some credit to Rudy.

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"donoso" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Some of our favorite trailers stick stick with us as we break that down for y'all coming up in just a second. So we're back. I love movie trailers, I'm like, and I love I love that. There is such a history to it. It's hilarious history. Because they they follow a very specific formula. And just to go on to piggyback where you said mature are big part of our friendship. Oh, yeah. Watched a lot of them. We watch a lot of them together. And like every now and then when we're just in Hebrew aided enough. Oh, yeah. We'll just watch like fifteen of our favorite trailers. So back like four months ago. We did the Strunk watch and the footage will never I was like we should just air. And you're like what about this this this? This is like we should never air the. We did. We watched mission impossible three. We took a poll with our fans, we had wonderful fans friends at this point, Paul Donoso, Richard air Jarvi who made us custom glasses with our names on them. Ama glasses, and they send a bottle of Loganville and sixteen which is one of your favorite scotches period. Here's two very very good. We drank the entire bottle of sixteen during the film and more and more, and I went out to dinner and more drink more. It was the drunk est. I've been and I can't tell you how long and somewhere towards the end after the movie wrapped we kept the stream going into started watching trailers and just wasted sauce. Speaking along. This part and then face is from interstellar. Don't don't comment asking for the footage. It will never be released. And if you have the footage, burn it. Yeah. Please don't post it. So anyway, guys, but we've watched a lot of movie trailers, oh, speaking of with talking about like talking about things and asking people not to post them. There's a very very overweight sweaty picture of me on the internet that I asked not to be post from action movie anatomy, wouldn't use the word of One of one our of our. robust. I was robust. I was I was fuller that I am now generous. My body type was on most questionnaires. I would just check the box that said generous have you ever heard of the film real women have curves? I mean, I was second runnerup for the league. So so in any case guys today, we are going to talk to you about matures. And I think it's important to start with how long have been around for what did they used to be like because we are all living in a world now where they're these events. And it's we're very used to them. They're very dialed in like, there's a structure to a movie trailer. Now that feels like watching a piece of art. It's it feels like a movie in itself. And a lot of cases some of them are better than the movies. Yeah. Absolutely. That's having a handful times. And yeah, the movies almost like a short nuance. Like art film that tells you just enough, but like the best ones don't really tell you anything. I don't think you know, like, we were just watching, you know, one of the most famous ones from the last ten years is the no country for old men trailer. And what I think is fascinating about that. Is they show so much of the payoff of the action, but they don't show the up. Yeah. And so you don't really care when you just see the car crash all of a sudden the trailer. You don't really know that it's happening. Like right after he killed the wife and his leaving. And you know, what that implies? How bad the wreck actually is. You gotta bone sticking out of your arm. Mister, it's like cool. It's like cool sound effects cool, like pieces of music, not necessarily from the movie. Yep. Mixed with confusing, vague, imagery and kind of moody dark like, that's what the modern day. Good trailers. Yeah. And they take like some of the most intriguing lines or interesting lines from the film. You know, what the Bhubaneshwar plague? You're like, oh who talks like that? I want to know more about this guy's character. Yeah. So I think we can both agree that kind of era of the modern movie trailer has sort of come in the last eight to ten years. I'd say like, that's it starts around then..

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"donoso" Discussed on MonsterTalk

MonsterTalk

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on MonsterTalk

"And he said that he only was able to see the flash of its back for, you know, for a second, and he didn't get to see the rest of it. But he said the back of it. He was unsure if it was fed is all and it was on the doc Brown. Doc, right? So we're looking at a creature that could potentially be a bird can also wall and can also swim. Yeah. And the the the geography telecom is has kind of its pointed at both ends and kind of fat in the middle, and it actually has two little other fate or Stompie flippers or whatever drawn onto it. And it looks from a modern western perspective quite a bit like a Donoso. So when you think of a place or or something like that and one of the theories, it was kidding around in the nineteenth century was Australia being such a an alien place that perhaps dinosaurs it survived here until the nineteenth century and then gone extinct. Win the colonies had popped up. Yeah. Which which we now understand is a ridiculous idea. But it was one of the ideas that was floated ran in the nineteenth century. He's there were people imminent century saying, well, perhaps the bunny. It was a dawn isel that continued to live. You the interesting thing though, is that jump around people and win to win. But people couldn't cite any one of them could not it. They had themselves saying abundant elder Mazzola the answer apologised in the nineteen. Fifties came up with this idea of what if the job isn't a dawn isel. When it gets a seal because if you look at it the other way round where what would usually we'd be saying was the head of the Donoso. What if that's the title? And what if the title of the dinosaurs the head when you look at it like that very quickly looks like a picture of a seal. Yeah, we have a phenomenon here in Australia with quite frequently. I mean, not every day. But it occasionally happens that seals sort of swim up the histories into the rivers and get stuck there and done ahead to get back to the when I was doing this research about the bunny of for the first time this happened more than once during the period when I was raised searching it once in New South Wales, and once in Victoria, and sometimes it's not just one he'll sometimes it's dozens or even hundreds of seals swim up a river and get stuck there. When it happens. It's it's out of the ordinary, but it does happen. So prior to the colonial times with you know, the the newspapers and the modern technology. There's no reason why person leaving inland in Australia would have a word for ceelo. What one was if there were two cello can jump on boys sitting by the waterhole fishing in a seal puffed out of the water. That would have no idea what it was not at all if it attacked and killed one of them..

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"donoso" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The study is done. It can't be any clearer and his we've cited in our brief get which section of the code construction act, but we signed it didn't there where the term may not. Are specifically find defined in the areas. And express prohibition. He's got the statute directly prohibiting the very thing that the city did. Yeah. So listen Baker bet you may have to just pay it. So you can get your car registered. But you may get that money back if the people of Texas win this case baby of Donkin lower some money hardest. Gotta represent me. So what do they go? What do you got? Hey, let's take this. Call alex. The president of bats, Sean, you there. Yes. I am tell remind folks about bats the obliged association of Todd Don, Don, Don, all one word to make fifty acronym. Come see us because we can't see you because he's both. Well. Don, Don, Don, don't go to restaurant because you can't park in front of it. Yeah. If I did that. I would never go to a restaurant come on. You don't you? Don't drive three buses to your anniversary Matt's El Rancho twenty six thirteen tomorrow. So good at five in the morning. I didn't complain about not being able to park in front of a restaurant. If you really wanted to go there, you would walk a few feet. Your legs were tell him Sean shoulder sort of work, you're about my Don. Sean donoso. He's a piece of you know, what Sean took three buses to get to Matt's El Rancho, I just got lectured by Sean. Yeah. You did the Todd and Don show. This phone drives me crazy, excuse me, sprinter and from sprint chairman. New iphone ten are with an amazing liquid retina display..

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"donoso" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The league is opening up. Things are happening inside the National Hockey League. I watched last night in Nashville and. They're all through the league. But Nashville San Jose is down by two goals with ten minutes to go. They come back to win that game and regulation. They got three and I'm going well come on. That's that's what these things are happening around the league. So scoring is up. There were some huge games last. I Pasternak he had two goals to assist you had Crosby. He had a couple of goals. Fisher had a hat trick for errors Donoso scoring is up. Will there be another? Mario and Yager. Now, that's a different. That's a different scenario. Happens to be my favorite player. As degrade is player of all he is the greatest player that I ever saw physical talent. And there's a sixty six camp and there's a ninety nine and then. Well, there's also a foreign, and I have worn an Ivy was that that was my favorite my favorite, quote from the they had the MU they had Gretzky and they had Bob your together. And they were asked straight out. They were sitting at the hunt. When the hundred greatest players were brought together they were asked is is the greatest player in the ever play here here in the room, and they looked at no. Unanimously think Gordy was the greatest that's pretty tough for me to argue with that. Right. But I just saw too much Mary when I was in New Jersey when he was there. It was breathtaking. All right, Connor how about the keys of the game. Brought to you by Pepsi keys will be to slow down the Tampa Bay lighting. They.

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"donoso" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"It's never happened before and the pioneering nominee doesn't know how to feel about it. For the first time, a graphic novel has been included on the long list. For this year's man Booker prize. The book called Sabrina is written and illustrated by Nick Dern. Also, it's about a woman who goes missing and the internet conspiracies in rumors that emerge after her disappearance. The Booker judges have described Sabrina as an acute stylish intelligent novel about how to survive trauma. And if Mr. do NASO ends up winning the prize this year, he will join the likes of authors, Michael dodgy, Margaret, Atwood yon, Martell reached Nick there. NASO in Chicago. Mr. Donoso. Congratulations. Thank you. What was your reaction when you heard that your novel Sabrina was included in the long list of the Booker prize? Oh, I mean, I don't wanna sound nonchalant about it, but I take all of that stuff with sort of a grain of salt. It doesn't really like spike anything except maybe fear and trepidation. Why I was trying to think of how to answer this question that's being put to me a lot today. I think I figured out that identify with maybe being somewhat of a loser. And then when you're validated or someone says your, you want something. It kind of confuses your internal identity. Well, you know, I hate to do this to you, but I mean, not only are you in the company of major authors like Michael on Dutch. You're also the first graphic novel ever to appear on the list. I mean, aside from it being a tribute to you, how does it make you feel that the Zona is being knowledged? I'm happy about that. I mean, I truly am. I, I have a lot of pride and just nothing, but good feelings for the community as far as me being a Representative or being at the forefront of that, that makes me a little uncomfortable. But if it helps the medium overall, then guess it's a good thing for for those of us who haven't read the book. Can you give us a sense of what Sabrina is about? It's a fictional story about a woman who goes. Missing and some of the fallout around that, the supposed- narrative of what happened and then other people's interpretation of what happened. But it was kind of born out of some real paranoia and fear anxiety. I was having at the time just around objection and just kind of an overall paranoid fearful worldview. I was becoming a pretty reclusive and pretty fearful of the outside world. So working through some of those feelings. So you were writing the book as therapy in the sense? Yeah. I mean, I thought I thought that maybe since that's what was on my mind, that's that's just inevitably, whereas some of the ideas for fictional stories we're coming from, but then acting it out and sort of playing out this fear every day in a story wasn't the healthiest thing to do. Therapy really work? No, not really. But maybe coming out the under the other end with with some perspective and in some growth as a result. So maybe it was a good thing. The novel have which high admit I have not read has some chilling moments, but it also feels it feels quite real because the strangers on the internet are picking apart what happened to Sabrina. You talk about your paranoia. What is it about the current state of the world that that got you to the point of talking about these things in your book? It all kind of happened in twenty fourteen something about just the circumstances of my life at the time. So it didn't really have anything to do with the culture. It was. It was very internal, very personal. And those things obviously have always existed. They're just having a moment right now, people kind of, I guess, to use the word fake news that's being sort of capitalized a lot in the marketing of this book. But it wasn't. I didn't mean for it to wind up with some of those things. Yeah, because you mentioned in the past, you cancelled the book's publication..

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"donoso" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ours materia explicitly in some point advises his readers to rape the woman who they are interested in in one female passage he tells them that you should force kisses on the woman and if she pretends that she didn't like it but that's just pretend that's trying to be attractive and playing hard toget and also sexually he says that backing off at the final moment will actually upset her and he says who knows she pretends to cry she rejoices gowda is the word and gowda is often a euphemism for the female orgasm so the idea is that raping a woman will actually give her sexual pleasure and this is not that different from again advice that you see on pickup artists websites we didn't talk about what happened to you after you started hanging out reading red pill staff you got attacked i was harassed yes on social media specially but also by email and some phone calls it was a scary time what kinds of what kinds of emails and text so one person share that they knew where i lived that's the home i love with my husband and my child so that was that was very scary and sort of detailing the kind of gun they'd like to use to kill me what i'm describing though is a small minority most of it was along the lines of nothing memes pictures might me voter soft into a gas chamber or my face onto a lamp shade that sort of thing which is less scary but on mass can be also quite draining tough to deal with what do you worry about most in terms of where this might go there absolutely is a link between domestic violence and other kinds of violence and normalizing using the world these ideas that women belong to men that are the property of men that women's voices should be silenced i think that that is those are ideas that can have real and very dangerous impacts that's the kind of thing i worry about donoso coburg she's the editor in chief of the classics magazine idol on she also teaches at stanford and the pi day institute and she's got a book coming out soon that's all not all data white men next when people talk about the west being in decline or at risk they often bring up a loaded concept the clash of civilizations east versus west.

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"donoso" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Residential it is easy to switch to read it in july because of the planning is the issue was an and and it's not particularly easy now there is some political permitted develop rights that allow you to switch from a retail ucits residential but it's very small scale and a council changing their mind about the how they other becoming more convinced of the need to have more more have more homes in high street because there are no more shots they all of its own the changes are not not happenings will quickly enough and clearly asmara high streets are looking a little bit bereft and you'll need need that shot in the arm yellow rasila temporary things you can do it'll pop up movement you're all ultimately the air the success of the high stealing depends on landlords and retailers working together if if you if you talk to retailers retail cheap exists they will say oh the landlords a greedy that they did that upward any bent visaless kind of stuff it's it's their focus much at fault i think in these kinds of decisions such as as newlook there are a number of dilemmas that the landlords face they in the vast majority of our high streets arraigned by by by pension funds and therefore they have to protect the that the pensioners at the end of the night interests however acutely conscious that there are people's jobs and livelihoods on the line the other thing we have to take account of is the term that as we donoso structured wave he will simply giving us a rental leaf to a particular retailer then it's rivals will say what we all want while he's waiting a you giving them an an and unfair incentive and unfair support it's a it's an ongoing story thank you very much ian fletcher from the british property foundation think he dominic his twenty seven minutes past six time for sports these saga monday's hair.

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"donoso" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"And then we mean me john john molina why no notion deed will not be a donoso ago nami nice not give made that i feel god's on wondering lawrence enough so that norman me does not on this and you'll suddenly meanwhile donald is not john estimates that that will not saudi sort of i gave wisconsin upbeat i see that yesterday's also see the committee this hitler who knows minds of what is it not so high that he must see his look stated in the body hundreds of me i thought i mean that's where south on the book of way on the northern as dignity nine is not the you one big medical findings on down the road i must unite unless there flood se me not real shucks you must by no means you mentioned bill shotgun in one we'll see shamanov domino's he's got brokers macos amazon quit one donyell puzzle land you'll salah forty nine mcwhinney's logged on may he's got a day your excellent we asked that way now manasi lady little seamen in august in he died on novel about you'll get stomach nickel of course this only mean will now not be smuggled rene monse of the also senate by fiat disaster will succeed so not i must be a minor he'll he'll be beyond nothing being and using initially and he's done nothing natal's rypien on him design for giving us a little more not causal michael.

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"donoso" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on RobinLynne

"And then we mean me john john molina why no notion deed will not be a donoso ago nami nice not give made that i feel god's on wondering lawrence enough so that norman me does not on this and you'll suddenly meanwhile donald is not john estimates that that will not saudi sort of i gave wisconsin upbeat i see that yesterday's also see the committee this hitler who knows minds of what is it not so high that he must see his look stated in the body hundreds of me i thought i mean that's where south on the book of way on the northern as dignity nine is not the you one big medical findings on down the road i must unite unless there flood se me not real shucks you must by no means you mentioned bill shotgun in one we'll see shamanov domino's he's got brokers macos amazon quit one donyell puzzle land you'll salah forty nine mcwhinney's logged on may he's got a day your excellent we asked that way now manasi lady little seamen in august in he died on novel about you'll get stomach nickel of course this only mean will now not be smuggled rene monse of the also senate by fiat disaster will succeed so not i must be a minor he'll he'll be beyond nothing being and using initially and he's done nothing natal's rypien on him design for giving us a little more not causal michael.

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"donoso" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is so cool this is a local story the minnesota vikings gave a ninety nine year old fan tickets to one of their playoff games for her one hundred th birthday her name is milli walls she's been a huge fan since their first season a 1960 wants you watch him play in four super bowls never seen them win and here she is reading a letter that she got in the mail with the tickets his miehling will we relation vaidya one of them in his fans through january playoff game on saturday january or for d we know you will bring us live as we enter into this playoff run and hope to bring it home thank you for the many years of supporting and cheering on our team and making as part of your life who garvey keady missile off to make peace sorry may both uh set the bust lawyers from his gone of the game you're gone i want to cry donoso's swee night pressured bikes love it weighty go vikings who miller's knocking at any extra pressure they know that they are trying to make history here to be the first team ever to host the super bowl at their home stadium there are so much pressure milli is gonna be helpful to the 'cause we tried to get her on twin cities live on our family said we she has done so much to hear these last couple of days we wanted to invite a ran on friday and they just that you just need to take a break before the game she needs to notes for larger johnson just on twin cities live i that as they occur she was on we love our good i was there gough yes sell great and i i could tell it was a lot of pressure on her you should have put that much pressure on port.

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"donoso" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"donoso" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On the thirty seven hour drive to their hometown miguel's brother donoso says he and the others watched the news and spanish in its new secret how wisconsin voted until last november the state hadn't gone for a republican since ronald reagan in 1984 missy it on in this this fellow little kdoi have decided in this state right in this is where they need us the most for the labour for love it up it's weird it's difficult the truth this all this panic people here new americans here in wisconsin were supporting donald trump europeans of execution think they made a mistake because a lot of people are fleeing precisely for that reason book in which a him this tohian but as summoned the puertas mm farm owner doug canetti has six hundred fifty cows to milk every single day he wonders who's going gonna do that now when these guys leave i don't know where the industry would be right now with oldham in all relying on a dug it hoped lawmakers could have made it easier for his employees to stay on the go working visa they'll do it for a ball player though do it for a migrant worker which is seasonal dairy farmers not seasonal so that frustrates me but if i could have a working visa i think it would be a winwin more than anything he wants somebody congress the president anyone who has the power to fix this problem the better do salt mo they better do some because early them you see that rail back in a moment after the truck is loaded doug walks smiling toward beguel the farmer is head and shoulders taller than a herdsman he calls his right hand doug slaps miguel's back as he gives them one last had goodbye it is time to change your mind.

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