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"eighty hand" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

07:00 min | Last month

"eighty hand" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"I own the sister car The alan men. Gt forty In two thousand eight. And now gooding is selling one with the estimates eight million dollars. I had it for a million. I think i sold it for a million one is inventory. Whatever it was grand slam wonderful. Do you think i feel. I left seven million dollars. Zip like a plate with like ten thousand bitcoin. Fourteen ordered papa. john's ten thousand bitcoin. You're super overall. You came up getting are in felts. Thank you very much. Rayleigh says cham. How noticeable was the loss of power to the came. Gt four as you go up. Pike's peak And steve does ted words youtube videos on your cars help bring buyers in atlanta i. Yes ted talented guy. We can't sell that stuff for that. A proper video cam. Gt four is the momentum car obviously pike's peak in fourteen thousand feet so Right about tree line. Which is eleven thousand feet. You start to really know some power going out so you're losing by the time we're up top you've lost one hundred one hundred twenty five yada by the time so it's really again. Pike's peak is all about momentum in any car but particularly that model so yeah I figure we're talking to tim about about that. Class and And going up to the top and smart was just was just by here as well. And he was like you're not eulogised substantially download our top story with the transmission was all goofy onion the pdk because of the altitude tariffs. Because we're gonna tear that it did late testing with yokohama. Dot's advance and So that that's really made for slicks and so story is i had to switch to manual shifting and all the training over the last nine months with pdk support mode. Wow so in seventy seven days. I just figured out pretty quick tires. Were confusing the programming. Circumference up shifting downshift at the completely wrong. That's like i enough to think. Worry about learning turns and when she was just here and he was talking about driving the nine. Thirty five pike's peak. He said he would go to automatic for certain sections and go back to manual for other seconds sections he would leave at emmanuel in the really tight sections he would even auto because it was more likely to use i gear than he was which was interesting. Yeah tony we love our friend tony And i'm glad you enjoyed my four. Our story Tony is Is has a budget. Tony's him is a man with a budget not crazy budget but a strong budget is thinking about getting a five hundred eighty or another or other nineties mercedes sedan. maybe one ninety egos and yes tony. They are crazy right now. What are nice to drive or do you have any other ideas by own. A five hundred eighty. Do you like it. Love it is. It's a it's a big old tank. Yes do fast by today's standards. No yeah it feels rock solid and the build quality they started d-conn tenting right after that and i've got thirteen thousand miles on mine. Fourteen thousand call serio so i. I can't speak high enough although i'll tell you a funny story for eighteen thousand dollars. I just bought my ninety nine year. Old mother's old car back. Because i wanted to give her a thrill in it She had a to sixty and eighty nine. Oh so i bought an eighty nine. Three hundred eighty bring a trailer twenty seven thousand miles on it nice so seventeen five or whatever the car was and it's slow and it's a three hundred but you get into it and you think this car will go further twenty years. Yeah and you'll look at it and go. Yeah it's a taxicab but it's cool as pakistan. I my lease irascible friends in high school literally. The person you couldn't trust with anything fucking drove of one ninety. Excuse me a three hundred. Eighty handed down from his parents in high school and he was the most aggressive driver in history. Didn't give fuck about anything. And he couldn't kill it can kill it. Nope scrapes tony. Buy it from that. Don't feel like a hammer to. That's a cool. A ham as hammers must be really expensive ren tech. Five hundred if you can find on what about How much is an s. l. Seventy three these days saying money you can find sixty or seventy find really hard to find because pagonis buys them worth it hard to maintain that car. Though i wouldn't want to have that car break on me. I loved my five hundred one. Two nine five hundred was great. So nice such a What else that period. What about a seven forty. I m sport. That's a short wheelbase. Feels like james bond. Those are cool under appreciated early. Gen m five still you know. He's got an e thirty nine. You go nice. Yeah it's very nice Good taste bad ass. He's got an icy thirty nine and five. Thanks tony matt g. says oh oh thank you. Thank you for the donation sir Car cad kadoorie crunch says well my three hundred s de l. Merck ever be worth anything. Should i drive it into the ground. Minty but t m you on into the ground that cars good for yes right into the ground. Take care of it. Change surprise yeah. Sdn long wheelbase s class diesel. I don't see that as being too collectible. But i do see that as being useful as a car. You'll never be able to kill isuzu. You've been a used car Rob says what. What is a better by a nine nine. One dot two. Gt okay the gt. Three touring the new. Gt three touring all right. So here's the thing it's not. I don't know about better by because the prices fluctuating on the older cars right. And who knows if he can go up yes. It's just way the fuck up. The difference to me is that the the touring versus the wing car in the old car actually has a bit of a different suspension tune whereas in the new car the touring and the wind car say same and so it means it's kind of stiff and it means it's a little. It's not like daily drivable..

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"eighty hand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:30 min | 4 months ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"eighty hand" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"We have focused correctly on the on the problems of the world and a pandemic. What's happening during this spring? After the update yesterday? Sit. There are press conference in the spring. After the report came out. You know sort of naming or focused on Alex, Cora and Carlos Beltran as the ringleader. The players actually came forward and set. That wasn't true, so there were a lot of plane. clubhouse that they they opened the clubhouse for the very first time, and the Astros addressed the media in the middle of the science dealing candle almost each one of them that was there in two thousand seventeen stood up there you know between them door springer Alex Bregman Carlos Correa a wholesale Couva Carlos Correa you some words. You know saying that this is. Basically that Alex is being accused so i. don't think you know actually quite the opposite. I think that he wanted to support. All those guys stood up for him Ramona. We're talking to Marley Rivera from ESPN. She was able to track down Alex Cora. The fired now fired manager of the Boston red. Sox Marley right before you came on Ramon and I were kicking around the idea of. You know if you look at Aj, hinch Alex Cora those are two of the last three managers to win the world series. There aren't that many managers in baseball have a ring. They're just really hard to get. Do Cora and hinch. Go right back into the pipeline in a year or two will a team that has struggled and is looking for new leadership hire. Those guys think they have to spend time in the doghouse because of what happened. With interesting about all this that it seems that Alex will have to spend time in the dugout at eight days. Short of. Breath was well because you know this is just my impression. Let's be very clear because when everything happened. Immediately went on MLB network right and he went on an imagery have. Home it so I think everyone believes that eighty hands. You know it's almost a shoe it for a for manager job next year. The one thing is you know. Nine manager jobs open this year, so there's going to be that many open and one of the things that could happen to twenty twenty one. It's not going to be a great season for anyone to be hired period, because we don't even know if there's going to be baseball season and of any length if we're gonNA, have one so I doubt that there will be any firings. You know or anything like that. If those manager so I think twenty one is wash, but I do believe that day gets right back in. In the game I'm back into federal next year. Either as a coach or you know who knows as a manager or a bench, coach and I think Alex's spend a little bit more time. The dugout because a lot of people still believe the narrative that it was him that he is the mastermind, and not only that obviously it look suspicious that this man who was accused of science feeling of being the ringleader with the Houston, astros seventeen that becomes the red sox manager and wins and other rings the following year, so that entire is going to be very difficult for Alex in the beginning to get a job back in baseball. I have no doubt that eventually he'll be back. Marley players say right now about. This season and proposals that are going back, and forth between the players owners I. You know I've talked to a few baseball players they. WanNa play. It's the owners they're. They're keeping US they're. They're just using their leverage on now because they're trying to put us in a bad position for twenty twenty one but the new CBA. Their their level frustration that's growing as as this has gone on and on. I've spoken to quite a few players in the last. One hundred eighty with an here apparently. one of the things that they've said. Very frustrated and the main narrative that I gather from them is that they don't believe that Major League baseball an ownership is negotiating on in good faith. That sort of you know what they've been talking about. Because if if you really analyze and it's Kinda complicated sometimes the deal with percentages and analysis of the proposals that are out there, but the last three per proposal. Proposal basically have the exact same compensation for players. It didn't really you know they didn't move the needle towards helping the players kind of meet. They have decided in March pointy six. They signed this agreement in which they would all agree that. We're going to get a pro rated play. Right like if I. play out of one six do my salary. I would get. Paid for every single game I play, and now that's the argument right? The owners are saying well free to that. We didn't know that there would be no fans in the sands, and the players are saying it doesn't matter. There's fans or not are level of play. It's always the same, so it's been really really frustrating for them. Exactly what you said Ramona they're saying. The owners are not operating in good faith. We are ready. Let's go, so that's been sort of the narrative and we're expecting shortly. You know actually majorly. Presented their counter. Counter counteroffer again to the PA and we'll see what happens. Is that apparently close to eighty three percent of compensation, the other covering on a seventy two game season moving closer to what the players want, but certainly still far away from that one hundred percents prorated salary. Martin Rivera guessing me and Marley last thing for me your story. You're Alex Story. He talks about how this. This whole thing wasn't a two man show, which again I think is obvious. How many people do you think were involved? What's the sense? Do you think every? There's some players that say I didn't know? You think every player was doing it all twenty-five. Absolutely I mean according to what Alex said. Right I! Don't know this from you know from personal experience. I did not see it. You know I didn't see anything of that, but Alex set every single person in the Astros team that was there from mid May until the playoffs with involved in this absolutely the twenty five man, active roster and the manager of the coaches. Everyone was in on it now maybe. Maybe some of the guys and we heard out there. We heard Marlins Zalis. Other players saying I didn't use it. You know I didn't need it I, didn't use it. You know and so on. That's what they allegedly they say that, but absolutely there were all an honest according to Alex and according to their own words. I mean they all stood up there instead or all at fault you know back in. In February in the in the club has what we've all forgotten because. Obviously, we have A. Important things are might right now. Marley, thank you for doing this I know it's crazy back there and we appreciate you making a few minutes for us. Most of all stay safe. Do anything for my girl. Ramona's so thank you. Thanks. Yeah I by the way totally agree with her. I this this idea that there were certain guys on the team that wanted nothing to do with it. Come on! Come on, I mean. There's no way a plan a scheme of that magnitude. Is, and if you knew about it and didn't say anything, you're culpable so I. Don't know all twenty five like. Let's say I. Do believe that there were some players that were uncomfortable with it. The whistle blower right eventually. He was uncomfortable with, but just because you were uncomfortable with. It doesn't mean that you did anything to stop it and age as the only one who who's taken the fall for that Aj hinch the manager. He said I do about it. I didn't like it, but I didn't do it. I didn't do enough to stop it. Yeah, and I. Bet there's probably I would say. Sixty percent of the guys were on board forty percent. We're kind of. But you didn't do anything to stop it. And and I think which means you know you're just as culpable. All right coming up next. John Harbaugh the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens. has made a really interesting point about the return of football. And a lot of people including Tony Kornheiser PTI..

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"eighty hand" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I need the most minds the food security guards could stop her TV producer at the age of nineteen eighty handed home pale she and is that what we need anybody so it's something how far we've made a it was Pat me John what Italians considered the king of cheeses and she asked compared to bring it to president trump a few days later in Washington Italian president said remote that a lot asked trump if the tariffs could be avoided trump seemed willing to listen he thought we were a little bit harsher Italy and we don't wanna be harsh on Italy will never do that so we'll look at that like two days later the trump administration imposed seven point five billion dollars worth of tariffs on numerous European products such as French wine Spanish olives and Italian cheeses this is the result of the World Trade Organization ruling allowing the U. S. to recoup damages from what it ruled were unfair European Union subsidies to the aircraft maker Airbus but is the call of their teenage the president of the consortium of primary channel producers points out Italy had nothing to do with Airbus yeah your honor it there the real aim is to give a boost to imitation parmesan cheese is made in the US in other words the terrorists are uprising against our products because they're they're not allowed to be sold in the European Union each wheel of petty John always imprinted with the letters D. O. P. meaning protected designation of origin it's in you label that guarantees the authenticity of the products geographic origin and protects local producers from cheaper imitations U. S. milk producers complain that the E. U. abuses use of geographical indications to limit competition from American cheese exports the use common food names but their teenage insist on me John was part of Italy's cultural heritage as important as the Coliseum lead guy yeah it will be in delaying me they learn that this product and now it's an emblem of Italian no the taste aroma and sense of this cheese arrive from the territory where it's made and it's the result of a centuries old process that led to cheese making excellence not me John always made around the northern city of.

"eighty hand" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

"Years after searchers John Ford was interviewed by a French journalist. Well the West is the best type of picture that's action but you have bosses Mundi I've movement background scenery color and that's why interesting night most of my best pictures are West but one of many reasons why the film I needed to the extent it did at least with critics is because of the single-minded eighty hand like intensity of Ethan's quest to think maybe there's a chance that we still not funder in general chase thing till he thinks he's chased in the same way when he runs it seems like he never learns there such thing as a credit I'll just keep coming on we'll find them in the end Orissa turn their more than anything else one could argue the searchers is about sex which is to say the fear of it early in their quest Ethan and Martin discover that the older of the two sisters is dead that leaves just one Debbie Played Natalie Wood who's out there somewhere she's alive she's safe keeper raises one of their own untold what John Wayne alluded to just briefly in that little speech at the beginning is the fact that over time you will grow and come of age which means she will become a woman and become the wife of Comanche Glenn Frankel is the author of the searchers the making of an American legend and up to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation she will have sex with Indians and this sort of psycho sexual element to this story is what drives it forward because goes on the uncle makes the decision that he's not going to try to rescue her to restore her to the family but he's actually thinking of killing her because she violated she's she's crossed that line she suffered a fate worse than death and this is the twist that defines the searchers the character of Ethan Edwards as played by John Wayne has no intention of saving his knees he's more interested in saving whiteness by killing her for never tries to sugarcoat Ethan's character and veteran Martin Scorsese explains it in an interview with the American Film Institute we're often reminded of Ethan's brutality you really get his character in the moment when the Bertha a grave of a dead Indian and there's some disagreement that discussing arguing suddenly Ethan Edwards says let's finish the job do it right why don't you finish the job twirled out his gun and fires twice shooting out the is of Indian good did that do you I watch you preach none that commenced believes in God noisy can enter the spirit land has to wonder forever between the winds sense what he's doing he hates so much that hates beyond the grave it is WanNa give him the piece of his paradise now he wants to kill the soul of these people Ethan's hatred of Comanche is something so great that it worries even his own family honesty will that's what I'm afraid all right I've seen his is at the very word command I've seen him take his knife that's Martin it found is a baby orphaned and who's raised by Ethan's brother and family but years later Ethan only has contempt for him mistake Cubra meant to be funny during their travels Ethan Martin briefly joined by a third character a heavyset native American woman somehow in a comic turn she's been and although she doesn't speak his language and he doesn't speak hers she is clearly Smitten Martin finds his absolutely infuriating and when she tries to snuggle up next I am at night he jumps up and kicks her down a hill you know that birthday Moore's in Texas the scenes played for laughs the first time I saw the searchers this was the one thing that stayed with me I was so troubled by John Ford was even asked about this years later they beaten by man why are they being managed who even where your pictures oh like he was a showman above all else but for Martin Scorsese and other fans of the film the searchers was a window onto life not just life on the frontier but contemporary American society he just literally acts out the racism the worst aspects of racism of our country and he just shows us the worst part of ourselves that's coming out of the late forties early fifties articulate every scene in this movie Sam Pollard is a documentary filmmaker who teaches at Nyu after watch for so many years I see how compost okay this in terms of issues of race internal issues a masculine gender John Ford in his character ethan basis weekly paints a very complicated brush of a man as a misogynist and the racist you know John Ford was doing Pollard and I watched the together this is the moment when Ethan and his traveling companion in many years Martin finally encountered Debbie in the desert she's dressed native American clothes it's kind of a blast to watch movies with Sam Pollard even once seen fifty times this your brother Martin who come to take your home don't you remember I'm not not much debbie Martin I waited for you I pray for you and then just as Martin's reconnecting with his long lost sister the one he spent years of his life searching for Ethan draws his gun and aims it right ad aside Martin he's been an honor killing Nancy schonberger it's really terrifying to see the depth and the passion of his hate the sacred of the Comanche schonberger says she asked filmmaker and John Ford Obsessive Peter Bogdanovich a central question about the character of Ethan why do we even care about him when he is so frightening a figure and his response was because it's John Wayne you can't not like John Wayne he brought the goodwill of as all your movies and of course I don't want to do a spoiler alert here but I will the very end of the movie he does redeem himself and this is how after their initial close encounter Debbie Martin Nathan or chased off by Comanche warriors connected to the evil chief scar but eventually return and with cavalry close by descend upon a Comanche Village Ethan Rides in and finds his nemesis chief scar inside a teepee he's already dead presumably from a stray bullet but that doesn't stop even from scalping his course then on horseback he bears down on debbie she runs her from and in vain but at the moment when even is expected to finally kill her he relents let's go debbie instead of murdering Debbie and maintaining his idea of racial already he holds her in his arms high up in the air and then they go home I can see why Burkard was canonized because documented the unmitigated hatred of as one white man during an era the nineteen fifties when the dominant culture was so white and so- Patriarchal but more importantly because it suggested that even the worst most racist white guy can be saved that he is deep down a good guy having experienced a change of heart he simply leaves the homestead behind one last time walks off into the sunset you know the standard line about the western is that the actual Western frontier of the United States closed right around eighteen ninety and the idea that you know our westering spirit the the restless would always be able to go further west and start a new was done with and it's exactly that moment that the western dime novel becomes a popular Genre and out of those dime novels comes the cowboy operas or you know Horse Operas of the B Picture and out of those comes Ford and Wayne and the idea is that this is a pilot mythic highly nostalgic idea of America an America that's been lost against which masculinity test itself by rescuing wilderness from the savages meaning of course from native Americans you might think the idea of the savage Indian had been around forever or at least at the time of first contact with Europeans but in the movies it only develop during the nineteen thirties according to the documentary real engine this is when the country meaning White America was looking for a new kind of hero and John Ford and John Wayne were instrumental in that process with the first film they collaborated on stage coach is the conic Western it's the western that all others were really modeled after and it's one of the most damaged world of America those that are stopping progress those that are backwards those that are vicious and bloodthirsty stage coach summed up and gave the opinion of native people for decades to the populace in the US that's how they thought of us and it's because of John Ford they thought of us like the searchers released seventeen years after stagecoach.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on AP News

"Shot of his nephew and twenty one other people died in the shooting that investigators are looking into as a possibly racially motivated a B. said Donahue as this on the investigation of the Dayton shooting in which nine people were killed Connor bats killed his younger sister in eight others in Dayton Oregon entertainment district before he was shot and killed by officers we have found evidence of a violent ideology FBI special agent Todd worker ham wouldn't go into detail other than we have not found that anything that indicates that it's a racial motivation at this time I'm not you know again we have a lot to go through Dayton's police chief Richard Beal says bets was obsessed with violent ideas include mass shootings and had expressed a desire to commit a mass shooting Todd worker ham said bets had not been on the FBI's radar I met Donahue investigators also found a broad ranging list of targets compiled by the young man who killed three people at the Gilroy garlic festival ten days ago a Pennsylvania man has been indicted in the scheme in which a security guard at an a TF facility in West Virginia where weapons were to be destroyed instead stole them and they were then sold online prosecutors say Richard Schreiber bought fifteen rifles at least eighty hand guns most of which were retired a T. of duty weapons and for fully automatic machine guns from Christopher Yates who admitted to stealing those weapons driver then sold the weapons online federal agents have been able to recover most of them including at least three of the four machine guns this is a B. radio news the push is on to get Congress to pass tighter gun laws New York Republican Peter king went to a Walmart on Long Island.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on AP News

"Of his nephew and twenty one other people died in the shooting that investigators are looking into as a possibly racially motivated a B. said Donahue as this on the investigation of the Dayton shooting in which nine people were killed Connor bats killed his younger sister and eight others in Dayton Oregon entertainment district before he was shot and killed by officers we have found evidence of a violent ideology FBI special agent Todd worker ham wouldn't go into detail other than we have not found that anything that indicates that it's a racial motivation at this time I'm not you know again we have a lot to go through Dayton's police he perjured Beale says bets was obsessed with violent ideas include mass shootings and had expressed a desire to commit a mass shooting Todd worker ham said bets had not been on the FBI's radar I met Donahue vest to get is also found a broad ranging list of targets compiled by the young man who killed three people at the Gilroy garlic festival ten days ago a Pennsylvania man has been indicted in the scheme in which a security guard at an a TF facility in West Virginia where weapons were to be destroyed instead stole them and they were then sold online prosecutors say Richard Schreiber bought fifteen rifles at least eighty hand guns most of which were retired ATF duty weapons and for fully automatic machine guns from Christopher Yates who admitted to stealing those weapons driver then sold the weapons online federal agents have been able to recover most of them including at least three of the four machine guns this is a B. radio news the push is on to get Congress to pass tighter gun laws New York Republican Peter king went to a Walmart on Long Island.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"I'll pay for all of that and I know that there are lots of people out there like me that would also pay for would pay double the price to get a more powerful on the Google Machine Kevin what are you doesn't this kind of prove that like it's coming the opposite for Nintendo. I think it's never been there thing people. That was the first thing I saw people going off about with this today and I'm like I do not under any circumstance thing that you're getting a pro aw intend does not as not as a portable only version with a with a better screen right like new Three D. S. The excel even before that because that went light and then they went excel but the X._l. was not outta substantial leap in power or visuals than the original three yes the new Three D._S._l.. No it was more powerful but it was a position for Perot right. I know I know I don't think the league will be that high but but I think eventually we'll be switch with a bigger screen. Yes I think processing power what I want to be clear about what I'm saying is I think that Nintendo will make a pro version of the switch later on. It's more powerful and has a better screen you want like. Super Fucking beefy xbox one yeah but not nicer power just for visuals. I just WanNa better screen in a lighter form factor. I think that we'll get a bigger switch with a ten eighty any display that does ten eighty hand hand held yeah and that will be their pro version but they're just so far behind councils pro right. Okay yeah okay. I'm sorry I'm back on board then. Yes that'll happen yes I. He's met like the hey people who are in love with tech. Here's this thing that's going to do x Y and Z and yet again. It's like yeah sure okay but even then for me personally. I don't know I will but I don't know I don't look at my Swiss right now and I'm yeah. I wish there was less basil on it. I wish maybe I maybe I had this option the beginning because I do I don't like the wiggle my joy con. Sometimes usually I usually carry the pro controller with me anyway like I'm super happy with my switch right now. This many years in and I would imagine two part of that is that I don't look at it as one of my primary gaming machines right like I feel like it is acquaint thing that I'm when I'm playing which is right behind playstation four but it's still like it has its purpose inciting it serves its purpose so well right now that I'm not sitting there going man. I wish that now that might change again right because I'm the guy who's so stoked about cloud gaming and the possibility of how that could all work because yeah I do want to be in hotel room and pop up the IPAD pro and put on a you know my Google stadium my my you know what any control in play on it and have it be awesome and have the Games. I have at home that I feel like I'm on vacation from at my fingertips there. Did they say or confirm. The pro controller is going to be supported by switch light. I didn't see anything about that kind of funny dot com slash wrong. There's been a lot of information out there today. I would imagine because you compare joy cons with it. So why wouldn't you be able to point it would have to prop it up on something switch fix there. You Go see put up your put up your campaign already. Everyone keeps asking me. Where did you get switch fix? I'm like you can't buy them yet but soon soon a couple more. You're GONNA toss in. I WANNA make sure we're keeping all in the center stuff together. bojangles two zero eight nine says not a you're wrong but I wanted to let the masses no oh that pokemon let's go slash. Peachy does not support clouds save data so that saved will be locked to one switch bummer for anyone who had who had put one hundred plus hours into that game..

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"eighty hand" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"They got some big boys and the big boys aren't very happy when they're scrums around. I don't know if you guys saw the one scrub today buffalo was all tied up. It was in a first period and Brayden Schenn was he threw about seven right hand at him. And I'm like man if buff gets away from that linesmen. This is not gonna be good. Remember last year? He was hit Hossan around to Vegas Golden Knights. Yeah. One eighty hand, and he's like tossing them around like it's nobody's business. Like this series will be this will be vicious mean series by the time it's done and it's not dead. Now. Now that when a pay one game dri first time since Jordan Bennington got called up gave up more than four goals in the game. You gave up the six the first three shots of the third period or in the net on them. So they crack them a little bit. And so now Saint Louis to me all the pressure goes back to Saint Louis because if all the work they did in Winnipeg is out the window. If if Saint Louis loses game Ford home like, okay, they already one points on the road. How many times are you gonna win on the road in the series? I think they have to win game four Ray one guy in particular. I was pretty critical of going into playoffs was lying. I think he had one goal in his last nineteen games regular season look Dench disinterested. To me moped around a little bit and already in this playoff series. Seems like a different player. He's playing with a chip on a shoulder. He got involved with maroon last game tonight. He got involved a little bit with done. Yep. And Adam we don't typically see that at allina. You know, what it bugs me to be? Because he's he's six foot five eighty two hundred thirty pounds. He doesn't have to knock people over all the time. But d- interested involved be be hard on the puck. And they prod him all year and Winnipeg he had he had the worst thirty goal year thing, you know, like you said like one goal in nineteen. He also had he had eighteen goals in November. Eighteen of his thirty goals came in one month. So I think he had won the member. Two in January any any dragged his ass around a lot like I did ten jets games. And like I really like watching him play. Because what he gets the pocket just you know, feels like it's going into net. And I was so disappointed because you could see there's more there. You're like, man. This guy's better. I know it's there and they kept working drive to grind them. And they moved them fourth line. And they moved them up with Blake Wheeler, and Mark shy flee like everywhere they went and it was the same result in the playoffs. Come he scores. The first game on a on a rocket wrister goes up top glove. You get to one time or the second game goal tonight was was a beauty. And so now all of a sudden school in three straight games. And now, don't you think? Like like, I you know, I was supposed to provide offense. That was what I did. And I know like when I scored in a few. Games in a row. Like, you know, you your chess starts to puff. Oh, you're like, man. I could do you know, I'm gonna score again tonight. And he's got the look like he's going to score again. And they they gotta get a handle on him because there are times you don't notice them. And then it comes to them. And it is a it is a bullet like so he's one guy that is that is really jumped up for Winnipeg. And tonight, I thought they got a bunch of a bunch of guys played much better. It's hard to I guess rationalize down to at home with the games are one nothing or like one goal games..

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"eighty hand" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"I have the resources to improve my situation and make things easier for myself. I have the money to go buy a new laptop charter again, and I or I have the resources to to rent one or to borrow some quick -ment from. Someone in New York, I know has a laptop charger I could. I could get through this and I just have to push past Mike, continued desire. Like I still wanna destruct right now, but I'm not triggered. I'm not actively trying to or not. It's not like it's an active choice. It's like, I'm not passively tried to, you know, but I still want to still want to be fucked. I do. I'm like, wow, it'd be great if I just was just so screwed because that's befitting of me. And that would be my punishment like I'm trying to punish myself. But at the end of the day, Blake. I love my life and I just won't choose to do that. I just won't have to make things even though I'm disappointed that I did this to myself. I don't have another choice like I have to make things easier and better myself because I, I do deserve that even though I don't feel like I do dude. Absolutely. And you know, I think in these kinds of moments, it's helpful to be like, you know. Like. I feel like we so much want to be different from how we are like, I'm always like, why can't I just be like this? Why can't I work this way? But maybe you just have a different style of existing. And now I mean, how can you like? I don't want to. I bought cigarettes, I smoked like, no, I was not in a good place. Okay. Well, in that case, let me tell you. Anyway through my way. Oh, good job. Do you cigarettes coming to pack? Twenty. I suppose go four by didn't even finish them because I kept battling with myself, like I would get halfway down on one and I would just crush it my hand and be like, damn and Hannah. No, no smoking. Yeah, it's hard. Dude. Your soul has been like the tempest for the past like four days? Yeah, yeah. No, I was just that night and I'm glad Erica was there because like it's always important of your friends around that. Like can you can forgive you even when you can't forgive yourself? You know, like I was like, you know, I was like, dude, I'm gonna buy a pack of cigarettes. I'm really hurting right now. Oh my God. And I gotta tell you this crazy thing happen. So I went to the liquor store and I was like, hey, I'll take this and the guy pulled out the pag any went to like handed to me, and I was like, God, I can't remember last time I bought a pack of cigarettes and he was like any like held on the pack. He's like, did you quit? And I was like, like like five, seven, eight years ago. I was like, yeah, forever ago. And he was like, do you want a pack of cigarettes or do you just want a cigarette? And the guy was like, I quit eight months ago. It's been really hard. Just take one and don't buy this. You know why that guy at the liquor eighties handed me cigarette at just dealt by this need to buy this. Good luck. It's really hard if you did it like just go and they can't imagine how hard it must be for him who literally like quit smoking eight months ago and works at a fucking liquor store. Dude, I was going to say that it's like being like lurch dairy. I work at a cheese factory. Like chocolate Ville kill me. I love it and it's here and it'll just kill me slowly over time. Also, my mom's mom has lung cancer from smoking her entire lifetime. So like she's now she's dying and like, dude, I can't..

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"eighty hand" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Watched that match against mexico germany still amazing like they had a lot of opportunities they when you watch them play their or such a fascinating soccer country because they never have kind of the biggest biggest stars but they just seem to play a team like no other i don't know how they do it they're just fascinating to watch and they win they always win so that mexican lost withstanding i think they've got a great chance but the team i think everybody should look out for well there's two there's weirdly enough belgium yeah golden generation they're calling it good has the debris and and lecarr is unbelievable he's race he they're good he lukaku is a much pressure put himself in position to score better than i think anybody like harry kane has like a nose for scoring in a way see rinaldi too but the cock and put himself in position to score so if he can just get the service people can just get in him i really do believe that he he literally on any touch until score at least one goal yeah they look great and the other team and again they always are in there and you're like is this really get soccer country 'cause they seem indifferent half the time but france yes has great young players and haag a great defender maybe one of the best in the world unto while yeah they're awesome team opening is like one of the best young person that to me the fun thing about the world cup is every team has one or two guys he plays for man said he plays like you forget how great these these countries are i will say one thing though the best news the commend last week ahead of the world cup was guys i forget about nafta canada mexico trump how is trump gonna fuck it up and undo that but he might know but the truth matter is like sixty games in the united states ten games in canada ten games in mexico it's going to be a big event a huge event for everybody so massive in and it'll go from thirty two teams this year to forty eight i believe in twenty twenty six when cannon usa mexico hosted so they'll be you know affect the thing that big question now is will they allow all three teams to just be in as the host country right that's what they're debating they haven't they haven't actually decided that yet it seems like they probably will be landing is so on the united states will will probably make a forty eight team field okay they would canada do it and that's rely would say probably not candida made the world cup once in nineteen eighty six and they lost all three matches the year diego maradonna won the world cup in mexico and eighty hand of god goal and and so not a strong soccer nation so but it gives against the gives canada something to strive for so we'll see we'll see how it goes i love it jay thank you so much for joining us on the show it is we for ever do we could just do a blues podcast just staff just on the staff go back in time under just a twenty five minutes longer gary brian sarre shattuck ground shy jackpot good stick handler all right mike lee could you very important larry wayne babbitt ed's denounce key backup goalie.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Haiti's mercedes am june eleven really been allow levin one eight know it has a levin eighty hand 80s imaging's and one alfa romeo gdp no one else who is this guy a weirdo i mean there's i i actually met a couple i met a fan who was one of more socially awkward people i've ever met before but he and then he goes i had to say what i have it he had like two hammers be do you know the guy no no we up we'll have amer coming as you julian area we just got a selena that i really had another a hammer ten years ago when they were fifty granted noone gave of fog so you gotta silin fox bodies those are done lightning rat like an eighty by orion selanne fox body that rare rarer beer we also want to mention that bikes are encouraged to come and you get a discount if you bring a bike it's wasn't rat bite brad by grad by grad by my my friend goes around in the midwest every winter and with a trailer buys like fairly shitty 80s motorcycles on craigslist nice loads up this trailer brings us back to la ngo storage unit at one of the time he feels these mother fokker's into his apartment rebuilds them in his living room sells them but he's sitting on a couple of gatey's cafe rachel i should get a result but aid there's a guy do some a guy who runs around la whose collects 80s like via farzin and bmw bikes.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"By eighty hand on his two what lantana colored how's that curve all looking mean you can throw at seventy percent of the time therapy cut let's talk about uh clayton kershaw who even last night uh we eat late in the game was pacing in the bullpen um he you know games of five i i mean as a as a constant kershaw defender was a tough wanted to five i've always pointed out yeah but you know mattingly hung dry a couple of times you know he lost some really tough games to the cardinals over the years he was six in one i think in his last seven postseason starts it was i i sort of i i was really emotional at the time but i said you know as key canceling all future kershaw days he said you know hill healed i will no longer call him the greatest pitcher on the planet i mean i i made some really emotional proclamations uh but do you think he gets into the game tonight and how do you think he pitches in a moment like that the great question and you know i think that that part of the braga theater will be claim kershaw it you know we get the hit for i've before our very eyes and i think we know i'd be surprised if he doesn't come into the game at some point tonight more because i think he really want kale not so much dave roberts hike we absolutely have to have you i mean there are a lot of guys back there we know what clinker shy is that you know he he.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on Uncomfortable

Uncomfortable

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Uncomfortable

"In on sale wasn't sure if i wanted to be in contact with my father um and at that point i didn't even realise how much animosity actually had toward my father because of everything that i had to deal with as a result of him going away when you decided to cut off contact was a deliberate you say to him i don't wanna talk to you anymore now i don't uh just my mother remarried and my step that unfortunately was very physically and emotionally abusive and in many ways he was the opposite of my father come and then similar in other ways i mean in the sense that uh mice the father was a muslim but he was a muslim in name only i mean he practice zero tenants of a slam unless he was in front of other muslims and uh and and he took great um he took in my opinion glee in physically hurting me and um um and it was just such a hard time in my life and i i resented my father um you know we would have these same conversations when it got to be too expensive or we move too far away to be able to visit my father um you know we would have these weekly conversations and i was going through so much and the conversations were always the same minority being good to your mother you are you making your prayers and you need to do this and you need to do that and and eventually it just got to the point where i thought well you know if you really cared about me in and about my life being good maybe ships stuck around and then you have those conversations did you ever eighty hand how could you have done as i was slot either way i made a jewish friend like i don't think gay people are bad anymore i do anything any that i was uh i was probably too afraid to confirm my father about it and uh and just disenchanted with our conversations it was like a chore for me um by the end um.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"Okay but you'll be happy maybe lead me our eighty hand final bit of news this is for people who live in austin near me you do me this is basically for me i'll just be honest the beta stores so we've talked about them before this is a this can superstore where you can try all kinds of connected devices not just connected home stuff but actually you can try innovative products because i actually saw pillow in the austin store that had no connective any whatsoever wishes to call fabric that state cool pillows but you can trial virtualreality head says he can ride on bikes you can listen to speakers so they're opening a store in austin if you're in austin it's in the domain area if you're not in austin they also stores and seattle's santa monica and palo alto and they're going to have one in san francisco but that is tv on when that happens and yet i went in i got to see lots of devices that quite frankly i'm very worried that i have this near me so to keep meaning they go to the paloranta when when i go to google i haven't had the time but a plan on going out there well bring your wallet as i now say that's that's or early there's some really great stuff in there and being able to try it and that's kind of the fun part so and now i feel like we talk about a lot really quickly but we've got our guest still to come and we're going to have a word from our sponsor heiress this week's guest is actually bill gardner from g e appliances in this week g appliances said all of its connected appliances will now work with the google home and that closes the foreshadowing loop today indeed i was i was i had no idea i did that but yes so.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"A lot about basically get will never be the same style events basically how the x men are impacted by a giant world shifting status quo altering events the ones we like the ones we don't how that tends to go if we were dc podcast this would be titled not a hoax not an imaginary story but we're not so we can't use that had line which is a shame because it's really good is that trademark i have no idea probably if not ready to steal passes swarming of i mean it it is accurate descriptive it's not a hoax or an imaginary story probably maybe some of these are actually hopes of some of these are are never gonna be is in the same again but a totally is um so i think we should start with the classic the first and that is is the first major like shaking event to hit the x men and that was the absolute kind on a cullen final death of professor does a beer in the silver age right now is back and that's men number forty two when it's all of you know it's dave you're has never showed up again since the nineteen sixties but it started a long history in the app's and i think that the history and a lot of superhero comebacks where you know you'll get a lot of the it's death is for real this changes the universe for good and then dead doesn't or so episodes later it's like i know he was just hiding in the basement it turns out in youth is actually what happened by the way if you're not familiar with over a jets men professor exit your hit in the basement for like a year to prepare to fight aliens with the power of all of the love of humanity but the thing is he told the ap some of that he was dying of cancer or rather that change laying who was a person eighty hand told the x men no heart disease get i don't heart disease yeah and then did like how dramatic is that for years.

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"eighty hand" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"eighty hand" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"A lot about basically get will never be the same style events basically how the x men are impacted by a giant world shifting status quo altering events the ones we like the ones we don't how that tends to go if we were dc podcast this would be titled not a hoax not an imaginary story but we're not so we can't use that had line which is a shame because it's really good is that trademark i have no idea probably if not ready to steal passes swarming of i mean it it is accurate descriptive it's not a hoax or an imaginary story probably maybe some of these are actually hopes of some of these are are never gonna be is in the same again but a totally is um so i think we should start with the classic the first and that is is the first major like shaking event to hit the x men and that was the absolute kind on a cullen final death of professor does a beer in the silver age right now is back and that's men number forty two when it's all of you know it's dave you're has never showed up again since the nineteen sixties but it started a long history in the app's and i think that the history and a lot of superhero comebacks where you know you'll get a lot of the it's death is for real this changes the universe for good and then dead doesn't or so episodes later it's like i know he was just hiding in the basement it turns out in youth is actually what happened by the way if you're not familiar with over a jets men professor exit your hit in the basement for like a year to prepare to fight aliens with the power of all of the love of humanity but the thing is he told the ap some of that he was dying of cancer or rather that change laying who was a person eighty hand told the x men no heart disease get i don't heart disease yeah and then did like how dramatic is that for years.

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