19 Burst results for "Flaine"

"flaine" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

Brian's Daily Grind

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"flaine" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"Because that's what love us. Jack the jack that she knew somewhere inside of this monster. She forced him into the state of being out of ignorance. She would be damned if she was going to leave him inside this beast. The more she took into herself the more comb he became. Eventually there were both engulfed in fire. The darkness and the light once again danced together as a single flaine. Joe placed her hand on the side of jack's face and pulled him towards herself. Was her kiss that his anger and expelled the monster that he had become she had seen the demon and peeled back. It's ugly layers until only jack remained Because that's what love does okay so everybody's definition of love is different. We all have this kind of inner description or inner monologue or inner belief about what love is about what it actually does now. You see a lot of you see a lot of people mistaking lust for love and this happens a lot in younger people. It happens leading writers and younger readers. There is this this drive to make these hot saucy sexy books and they they kinda paste over this lust with this fake love. But if you've ever really been in love. And i mean really been in love kind of like jack and jill were in love. If you've ever really been in love you can instantly tell the difference between lust and love. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with those kinds of stories to where there's a ton of lust going on dude. It's they're great. They sell people love them. And if you're writing them keep riding them because you're doing something right but let's just be crystal clear about something if you describe lust as love to someone that knows what love is. They're going to laugh in your face and put your book down. If you're going to describe love as lust than those same people are still going to laugh in your face because there's a difference right. I mean there's this this huge huge difference. Lust is a very carnal desire. It is it is something that we all deal with at some point or another. I mean we no matter who you're attracted to love is love in my opinion but no matter who you're attracted to you've felt lust for someone else. Lust is powerful emotion that drives are sexual urges. You cannot get around it and it is a very important part of the human chemistry but love. Is this completely other thing when you love somebody. You generally tend to put their needs in front of yours and if you don't then you're a shitty blubber husband girlfriend etc. Whatever you wanna call it. You've got to be able to show. That love is more important than everything else that care for. That other person is more important than your own. So when you're writing these things it is very important that you do not confuse the two. Oftentimes you will see these writers. Try to confuse to do. And i think it's either because they don't know the difference or be they're just trying to describe something with this blanket term of love but i would just like to offer a word of warning to you if you are writing a story that has real love in it right. Real love is all about working it out arguments. Yeah there's there's problems but those two people that are truly in love with each other. They find a way to power through it. That's why you see couples that have been married for fifty years and they're like ninety years old and still grabbing each other's asses. I mean that's just it's that's what love is it's it's that desire to stick it out But there is also this interesting thing that i saw. When i was growing up my parents stayed together until the day. The my mom died but they hated each other. I really genuinely think the hated each other. And they were sticking it out of stubbornness and so. I think that it is very important that you understand the difference between love and stubborn stupidity as well as the difference between love and lust. When you're writing. It's not about us. It's about how you convey the emotions when you're talking about the inner change between those two individuals. Just make sure that when you are writing and you use the word love are not mistaking it for lust because lust is a different thing than love. And like i said. It's also different than blinds. Do good stupidity stubbornness dumb people. Anyway when you're writing always reevaluate anytime you drop the word love. Make sure that you are not misleading. Your reader anyway. Thanks for listening to that clip. Thanks for listening to me rant. I just really wanted to get this particular episode out. I know it's a short one but yeah because enjoyed it catching the next one..

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"flaine" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"flaine" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Things you investigate. What's going on in this Weird planet that somehow parked right outside of a black hole which it should be according to physics the laws of physics completely impossible hence the title of this story the impossible planet all right guess cast we have clear rush brooke as aita scott and we just talked about her not too long ago when we talked the tenth doctor audio out of time. You know. that's the one with tom. Baker 'cause she played the abbess in marna in that story but she has a play. Tula chink in an eighth doctor. Big finish audio escape from kaldor show. So she's the sister of lift. Chinga a doctor conveniently chango and notably. She was also in the spiderman movie far from home. Probably one of those like blink and you miss her but she's in there. Yeah sean parks. Playing zachary zach cross flaine. He was in the movie. The mummy returns and he was also in two thousand eighteen revival of lost in space the netflix version. If you check that one out it's pretty flashy and stylish. i can like that reboot. Yeah someone who just recently charles asked what our series that you caught up during the pandemic in losses faces one of those that i just had never take time to watch and so i- benched it very very. I highly recommend it. You're right it's really. Well done pretty good. It's a nice updating from the original definitely much needed updating. I agree ronnie judy. Plays danny bartok. Danny webb lays john jefferson. He's notable because he played Ori- in the seventh doctor. Big finish audio. The dark husband byran in eighth doctor. Big finish audio. That girl who never was. And here's another connection. Because danny webb was in the third alien movie. Alien to the power of three cubed essentially. that's the way they. They stylize the logo with the power of three instead of an alien just number three and he was also the movie valkyrie. The tom cruise movie. And if you're a fan of the dc comics tv series pennyworth. that's on epochs which i am. I love that series. He plays a notable crime. Lord by the name of john ripper on that. We'll forp plays the very creepy toby's ed and he played guys. Julius caesar in another cattaneo jacob in six dr baker big finish audio what hundred which was obviously the one hundred big finish monthly adventure for that of range. Then we also had this. This is one of my personal highlights. Gave her a wolf as the voice of the beast and he played a character was very following remember by classic who fans. He played suit tech destroyer in the tom baker classic pyramids of mars. So if you're wondering why the beast had that really cool voice. That sounded a lot like sue tech. That's why it's the same guy from all those years ago he's typecast as like a evil divine and today's but he's got a great voice. I'm so jealous of his voice. Sounds really really cool. And he also reprised tech for big fish notably a tom baker big. Finish obviously gotta have a reunion with the fourth doctor in the two parter. Kill the doctor. And the age of seatac which is very cool. I definitely recommend checking that without if you haven't listened to it he'll also play. Rossiter is a cone baker vixenish audio arrangements for war and thicker water. Lastly of course we had silas carson voice of the food who goes on after this story to reprise the numerous times for both tv and big finish so very cool.

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"flaine" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"flaine" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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Igniting Your Feminine Fire with Aurora Farber

Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand

05:45 min | 1 year ago

Igniting Your Feminine Fire with Aurora Farber

"And welcome to live love engage. I am grace rand and today. We're gonna be talking about abundance. we're going to be talking about femininity. And more specifically feminine fire intuition all sorts of wonderful things with my guest today on the program who is aurora farber. So first off. Welcome you to live. Love engage aurora. Thank you so much. I'm delighted to be here. Connect with you to connect with your audience and to live love and engage absolutely will. We are delighted to have you. And this woman is she is accomplished. She's got a lot going for. So let me just share a little bit with you or with yes. You are listening watching to see a little bit more about her. She is a transformational coach. Intuitive guide writer speaker sacred space ceremonial list way finder magical muse and modern day priestess and her mission is to help women get unstuck by reclaiming and igniting their feminine fire that heart light within that integrates life giving power compassionate love and intuitive wisdom and these three feminine flames are the key to creating a life of passion pleasure purpose on the journey feminine leadership which is so important all women we are leaders in our own right but sometimes i think we don't always express that enough or maybe own net Which is why aurora. Please that women are works of art and every woman is a sacred vessel capable of miraculous creation into activate that creators shockey fire. We need to come back home to ourselves to our inner fire to are feminine. Fire so Actually you know what i we were. We were talking before we started the recording That i was going to go one way. But i'm thinking let's let's deal with the feminine fire right now and what Maybe a little bit. Explain a little bit up more out about that. And why women why it is so important really for women to reclaim and ignited. Yes i'd love you. I really loved your introduction and remembering those words that came through me that women are works of art. And if you think about a work of art vessel right piece of pottery. There needs to be that fire that place of animation where we come alive and so women are not only works of art but we have the ability to create we can create life. That is our shock d fire. that is It's our superpower for thousands of years women who rose into that knowing who shared their gifts their medicine gifts their inner wisdom their in tuition their ways of working the earth and with The body those things have been cut off for many women in its pass down through the lineage and so this and fire is nothing new but it is something that we are here to reignite and for me i love you know there's as i work with thirteen divine feminine archetypes in there. Two that come to me when i feel into. What does this mean to me. Well there's that creative shocked the fire of like the wild woman of the primal goddess dancing around the fire that howling to the moon that kind of fire right that that birt's life and creativity and as passionate and full of energy and then there's another fire and it's the fire of the goddess of compassion. That's the triple flame. That lives in the heart. it's the purple fire zip for me that is composed of these three flames power love and was dumb. And that's the fire. That is my mission to bring back to this world to reignite power love and wisdom well this wisdom we've had inside of us but many of a separate gotten or it's been stripped away in told that it's not valid of that. We were crazy or that we were all lunatics right so having inner knowing This love we are capable of sharing but for many women that that aspect of self love that flaine first needs to be ignited and then power. Well certainly we live in a different age and that is one of the beautiful things about the time now. We do have more power but the models of power that we have all the masculine models and so we've kind of come into our own. Feminism with like okay. Well i've got to put on my pant suit and you know just trying to follow the model of power that we've seen and yet these typical structures of the patriarchy especially this year this year during covid see structures are crumbling and we are beginning to see how they don't serve at least they don't serve all of us they may serve some of us but not all of us and so when you add that aspect of combining power with love like how can i add to the flame of love where i can use my power to serve all of us answer the guidance

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"flaine" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"flaine" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

"He's not a shanty loud guy all or do you think maybe he's just a little bit conservative with these mission statement now. He's not allowed. Guide always a very nice guy very concerned about how people feel and how they perceive things. So i'm not sure it is interesting what you bring up. I don't think. I can't imagine his intention being get you close but not get you there. I think it's supposed to give people belief. So what's interesting is when you were talking actually noticed on this about page. He isn't a read. Warren pat flynn link or button on actually looking at his personal page right now and i don't love it. It's a lot of wada stuff. going on. Visually colors suffered or kind of throwing my eye off. So i guess the spca is really that attended the company then. He's got his own site with all this stuff. Books courses speaking advisor ship. Maybe we can hire them. It's well yeah hadn't spotted that but yeah so he's so. He's got pat flaine so pat f. l. y. n. dot com. So he's good. He's pestle brand as well so again to your point when you look at the lug are the patent aflame. It looks pretty bad. It's i've never seen it's new but it doesn't look very good. Look a really polished at all. But the people that know who this guy is man he gets. He does a ton of speaking. Because this is like. I feel like it's a very very different. Feel the main site like it definitely wasn't bilbo saint person. Yeah and do you think what do you think he's. This may be part of that person splitting his personal brand away from s p. I and then you'll kind of run the two things separately or it's hard to tell me and then we had these demand for ages so he's obviously as we do right my name for ages. Nothing on it. Maybe i should do that and build that up separately. Oh maybe that's his legacy. He's going to be able to do that so it's hard to know but it's definitely not the same so i'm just i'm doing my address background stuff. S we talk and it's gonna eight hundred and twenty getting traffic and it's all pretty much. He's named so. It can't be high on the priority list definitely started the smart passive income sending know this existed. I do notice different. A social handles. Silicon pats lineas tiktok but does not have tiktok on via and yet still no linked in. That really boggles my mind. Like i know you're saying it's kind of like new paypal entrepreneurs better you know. Hot is fine lincoln. He's just such a big space for entrepreneurs the hanging out looking connections. I'm not a big fan of lincoln myself it's My opinion of it is really changed over the years interesting. What's that. It's super irritating for me because lincoln is the home of a digital door sales. So you get them. I get and we'll get but you get those messages and you. Somebody don't know woman the first message i send you. They try too hard. Pacey something. I call it digital door to door sales..

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"flaine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Me Like he had at maybe some of his teeth knocked out in the game against the flyers he's gushing blood over on the bench from his mouth and all of his teeth literally all of them are covered in blood. And I don't know if he lost any of them, but he's definitely got some like he's bleeding like the Exxon Valdez but three and a half minutes to go Montreal is on a power play and they lead the flyers. For Two three trying to stave off elimination up three one Philadelphia and losing three one in the series and losing this game for three right now with three minutes to go. So the flyers need a goal to tie it to force. Overtime. Otherwise it'll be three two and they'll still lead the series, but it's four three right now. Montreal. So there's no confusion in the game for our game five it's three one in the series Philadelphia leads but. The Canadians are trying to stay alive with a win tonight in a goal with two, forty five and counting left and the flyers are having their problems getting the puck. Let alone scoring. They can't even get the PUCK. I notice much can't get into the neutral zone and into Montreal Sunday have clamped down on them they cannot get the puck into the offensive zone. So there trapping them into everything in the metal and clogging it up, and they have literally they can't even a get it into the middle let alone into the offensive and they can't get their goalie Carter heart off the is have an empty net attack they can't get him off. The is because they can't get the puck up the up the ice. So. They look like they're going down than they need some kind of miracle right now because they're not doing anything to get the puck in I, mean Montreal is just devouring them in the neutral zone. I had more fun watching the guy bleeding. Then watching this game. Under two now and they have it I'm watching this one as well because the second apple start any sagging in that. Man's clippers game but. I've been watching hockey all day. and. I hit Tampa I hit the bruins. I hit the APPS. So I was three going into this. Flyers Game Anna I the flyers to end the series, but it doesn't look like they're gonna get it done. They need a miracle right now with an empty net I they got the Antionette now and they got it into the Montreal end but they're having trouble keeping the PUCK. I know that much other trying to set something up need to shoot instead of passing it around into the corners. That's all they're doing is passing it around worn embarrassing this empty net extra-man attack they got going. It's embarrassing they need to shoot they haven't shot at once. They shot it over the net, but they have not done anything on this man advantage. So that's all it is six on five because they're not short handed. The Canadians are just six on the extra attacker and a flyers can't even do anything right? forty-one seconds left dead whistle and it's forward three Canadians. finish this up listen it is hard to score on carry price I'm surprised they got three goals on him tonight and I'm really surprised that Carter heart gave up four goals tonight after having shutouts in the last two games. What was it? One nothing in do nothing? So. They didn't score a goal for a hundred thirty minutes and then they erupt for four tonight. So I guess their backs to the wall they did it just like the capitals did it. They'll play game five tomorrow the islanders up three one in that series and then. Also. What is the game? There's another game tomorrow, Flaine Stars and the stars are up I think three two and now and the any that's game six tomorrow of that series. So Dallas. Is One the last two games and a stall one of them. They they stole remember they scored with eleven, seconds left and then wanted in overtime. So believe me you, Dallas stole that thing and then they won the next game and I think they got a calgary right where they want him now to be honest with you if you're into the hockey scene. But I, just I can't time out now, the flyers have called a time out to try to figure out their problems they can't keep the puck. In the zone and they're passing it around and they're not shooting they, they've had the net since about a minute. Can. And they've had one shot and it it wasn't even a shot it went flying over the Kerry. I'm telling you your gallagher's lost some teeth tonight I mean he is just. Absolutely, his mouth is so bloody and so covered and brands in hockey in the NHL all of them. Saying. Massive. amounts. Of Teeth. That putt flies around and it means business that rubber I'm telling you. You do not want to get papa that Canadians get the puck out there just dominating the flyers in this last couple. Minutes work them. And now, there's twenty seconds left in there in the neutral zone. So this game's over, they're gonNA get an empty net goal here boom notice so Five three the final. Canadians went it. So I'm three and one in hockey today, which I can live with a little fight breaks out. Let's see if anybody gets in the mail haymaker..

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"flaine" Discussed on Adjust the Mic Podcast

Adjust the Mic Podcast

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on Adjust the Mic Podcast

"Fucking the Walmart over there. Whatever it wasn't Walmart I don't know if something was over there and we took the other two hubcaps off the car and throw away and then I went home and told my dad. Was We still the funny thing? Is You know you go out? And you're like all right. I'm GonNa have this your parents like he's going to be in fucking Orlando. They already not fooling anybody which think you're getting away with it back. Then that it is now sixteen I was driving Orlando every see my dad absolutely but now I'm like no Kalay you're not allowed on ninety five for like six months. We are a lot more like not all of us. But a lot of pairs now are a lot more because we knew what we did growing up and we don't want our kids being able to do that. It's getting worse but the thing is to do you want them to go through that so they can have a perspective. I don do you have a thing as we did shit that we should be because then they find people like us find them and they go that they're still not happening about that? Like flaine manhunt in the woods and all the time but yeah crawling underneath Palmetto tree. Oh yeah diving down in the ditches and I'm like how the hell am I afraid of a lizard now but I know he's snake rattlers and real like dangerous stuff. You don't have said rattlers but crosses my path. I'm climbing and climbing the wall alley frogs outside mid so funny. Do think was lizards. She hates this much. Monitoring of our children know that the kids are always gonNA outsmart smarter than we are. We think we got it all figured out everything we did. Oh I know but I don't know man I feel like kids are GonNa find a way to beat the system. We have technology we can monitor them. Three sixty one of their fucking buddies older brothers knows how to fucking break that system and make them think you're so and so's house and go. Oh It's GonNa happen or there's having an APP that tells called beat the dad or beat the parents and it goes in there and hacks the parents phone and then they can make it do whatever they want a cat and mouse me. Just got to listen. I'm just GonNa follow him everywhere. I'm just GonNa fucking hail him the whole time. The kids like he wasn't going to have much. He was going to be away from the kids for a couple of days so the kids the night one night and he was almost like. I don't know if I want to stay because I'm not going to be able to hang out with them. Be All having all this phone without me You know it is like man like they're going to have a hard time with you me when they get older man awesome. It's an awesome thing to my boys have never spent the night anywhere other than family. And even when Evan had that sculpt ker thing for like three hours like dance or whatever they did up there I dropped him off and I wouldn't go home. Drove around Titusville. Casey needs somebody haul ass bag over there. It was pretty ridiculous I to when Kayla was little I used to send her away all summer so she the girl scout camp all summer like six weeks did a couple of hundred over the summer. Yeah lots of parents did back. Church camp for a whole summer tie never wanted to leave. He never wanted to leave Kayla. Like I'm out. Drop her off on a Sunday. Pick up on a Friday speaking in kids ours one over the shoulder. I think they're trying. To finagle something next Charlie. You're you're the softy again. What do you want children yeah? I'll tell you right now. Even need specific rules just us. Please don't injure yourself you'll see me leaving shortly cause it's like fucking midnight or something. Yeah actually we're fixing to go in a few minutes off six good episode guys. Kathy thank you so much for coming. Yeah I told you. It wasn't like it's nerve wracking at first but I mean I remember i. I came on the shelves like it. Just feels it's just sitting around bullshit. Just this is what we do. We could literally had this. Entire conversation with no microphones and it would have made a difference true now we have like three or four people who are actually GONNA listen to. This is pretty fucking right. We and we Sponsored we actually advertised at last episode. Who Joe How do you feel my says what I was born here the first model of Mike? I don't know you're in a two piece. Yeah it's true you were but I knew that was never like advertise advertise. You're actually Europe paid motto. We'RE GOING TO CHIP PRO BONO. Not Get follow job. That was the troll job. We just made that all up so we could get you to do it. It worked. I still think we jared's yes. Yeah Kathy Awesome next coming on Nafta one hundred and then like when you have your business your bakery business shit. That can't happen. If you're gonNA take baked good advice from fucking three thousand a podcast. I don't fuck you thank you. Are you still need to send Charlie a picture of these? This commercial for greater. Signed me to see this shit. 'cause I need I want to get outside here? I WANNA get a couple a deep freezer or something as well. So we're going to be doing love fishing man-size beer fridge. Yes fill you should mount your TV above the fireplace. It's eventually going to happen to me like I've spent so much now. I need to like restock and get comfortable again. And then I'm GonNa build a just use white in build white shelving. Okay like throughout that whole area. We're take the seat pads out so I don't want to get in have the TV on it. And then I'll have like some shelving but have all the burke exposed. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa get up because they have to walk by the cupcakes. Tv's era fifty. Five sixty five to seventy no. Because I don't like looking up either when I watch. Tv I this is this is the CDC spot for this room. Right here guarantee but that sitting up straight up like that's fine go home by. Hey that was always about the same speed Kathy. You have to keep coming on once in a while. Definitely in this. How trials aren't fucked to show. I'm ready to go JOE. Let's go to Joe and it's all on their. You'll hear it lasts up. I'm listening to it now. I got to the part where I think we were talking about. Peer to two thousand for the fourth time. And then colleen's face to and reopening fucking hardware. Everything that was going really fucking well and then Charlie just huge corn beef again and then I was like all right. I'm here we all purposely in in one way or another purposely like just tortured the show or whoever else was talking trying to talk most of what I say. It's almost back Mike Times. It was five payers you I. I assume I had a blast. I don't remember it but I mean from listening to Siempre. We'll go from there. You having a phone. You're on the floor. Couldn't find my phone. I had I had apparently had to make some phone calls. Irs and We also do have our phone system guys and I do have to. We can take voicemails. And then so if you leave a voicemail I can actually you know. Save it play it for the next episode. You have a question for the show..

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"flaine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:30 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On money. Your back. It's Jill on money. If you've got a financial question we would love to hear from you. Our Email addresses asked Jill at Jill on money dot com. So, you know, I'm always interested more in how people actually leave their companies or Flaine out in their companies than how they start them. I don't know why. Maybe it's my own experience of the same. So in this next segment of our interview with Sam kind if I n day we talk about the ways to leave and what he did in order to leave gracefully. Here's more of our interview with Sam. So did you sell the firm to a group of your younger people? Did you transfer diesel hut? Ownership in it. Yeah. I still don't know about just under third. The business at a younger generation of future leaders. Women, particularly with Alex to admit to it a managed. She's now, the CEO says she's taken over completely agreed would do transitionary year doing a day, less every single Kuta so eventually at Hyundai them. And in retrospect, I think he would have been better better Strachey get hit by a bus in January. Quick insurance pouring in and then we'll figure it out from there. And that was where the book came in, because I knew that I needed a, a distraction project something like an airbag a crash that would fill every available inch of space around me again, what's the scariest thing he could do me to exit never managed to make universities known academic and really liberties that the I think, eleventh of series of startups over that period of time panic by that point was, I think one of the most creatively wooded agencies at Cam that yeah, picked up the grand prix at the beam is just it's what but for changing the industry. So such a level of success. That would achieve the last thing you wanna do is rest on your Laura UP, just rest, and relax and figure out what's next, but you didn't. In other words, I think a lot of people do take that moment, and they say, here's some space money. Just sit with myself. What does that feel like my first goes three you know, we, my wife was pregnant the state of the world two thousand sixteen. So, you know, there's a an event taking place here. They're taking place so spending to twenty is social entrepreneur trying to work on season pool the both big business and governments into making a difference. And what was the result didn't seem that good? I felt this funding if I looked to a leadership level, there's a vacuum of imagination. And I did I felt massively inspired by the network of young people growing around me. Really the unpreparedness speaking expressive the international sets, and then I found leadership, an clear sense of what the world could look like. And really senior guys to I I there's a lot of disruption transformation as the learning a load of baloney. An what the successive prime ministers in the UK and gradually that feeding of as you grow up waiting to meet the grownups, and they're just not that there is no grand plan. Did you have an, an inkling of going into politics yourself? Yeah. I've always been attracted to until you know, it's been enough time in Westminster to realize that, that's not the place. Currently, the change is going to be made as a place, policy and regulation, of course. But it's Miot with so much else. I don't think that it is the different leave as we've got the chance to make change. Is it has a limited ability to move as fast as the change? That's required. I didn't see very few as Asians, actually moving at night kinda speed galvanizing, the lodge and consensus foam around the big challenges that we've got. Okay. So now this leads us to the book. The book is called be more pirate. How did you come upon the pirate theme? What, what got you there? So these young guys don't pronounce I'm into when I give you a sense of the problem was really aware of the cliche. The risk of cliche, I could become Futi wrote middle meal cost as white, dude. Middle class. I think you're more than middle-class. They seem like upper class tonight, just I mean, I just want to point that out because everybody always middle-class you not middle class upper class like you made a ton of money you grew big company. So you're upper-class. Okay. You didn't go to Oxbridge but, you know, you got money, let's say that you're not the clear the cliche of eight. Rich do gooder. A dangerous dangerous breed of philanthropy, capitalists inflicting their view of how the world should be saved on on another world. I'm very skeptical of that. I am skeptical. Gemini, I've been enterprise movement for twenty is was the impact. Businesses create that huge global Pepe strategies you know where all we and this undemocratic situation when most Paloga nations deciding in small pockets have to change the world. The takes us away from the, the necessary components of democracy that actually lift people out of, of the hope would hope to so. Yeah. Filled with reflection and again, with the suicide energy that perhaps could stop me become this Lisa because case guy exits agency becomes author public speaker and in the game moves further away from the real eve of chain, so workshop ING the ideas for this book with the entrepreneurs, the change makers the social entrepreneurs, the innovators in tough areas. So I came to both. It's more what with social entrepreneurs in Illinois, Detroit, and Chicago in Athens regularly, with the re reverse Gaspar smoke grads, gone back to stop businesses in a really troubled economy, in the townships of South Africa in Brixton to Bradford and every tough environment I could find, and they'll NBA he's going on here that all individuals who using the levers of business and enterprise to start real lost change that to me feels like the fulcrum of what's next his great economic waves. We clearly coming out of the information age. What's next, and for me, the hybrid this, this notion, this almost the Catholic converts of business of time, recognizing the exhaust, fumes of the business model of the Napa of the twentieth century has had some negative consequence. What comes next because capitalism is a fool's isn't going anywhere. No shoulda. But perhaps we do need to have a electric engine revolution. These, these wells have got join up and it's not good enough to think that the changes required just sit with bunch of policymakers living up to their job either. So that revolution that integration is what fuels my interest, and I wrote the first twenty thousand words of a book that was the most boring patch. Nizing tedtalk book. A lot of proposals that are in the drawer that might agents like wow. That was bad. Hey my agent said to me I at one point I use this analogy about like Weight Watchers. And he's like, okay, which you just wrote a proposal that says, eat less and exercise more. And it's really boring. That was, this is I and it was the elegant sons of business. Title. I sat down with some of the guys with these young men and women and they. What happened to you as? Pirates and I went back to my desk, I wrote down all the pirates and is the I of us many business leaders have used as Steve Jobs on the front of the famous rather be apart and joined the navy. Of course, we know it doesn't look like Steve Jobs, blurbs, your book from the grave. That's what it's supposed to. On the book pitch. Because, you know, in a book pitch book should have blood on the company, right? Two years before it was written. It wasn't one. And then I think it just stayed that long enough that eventually people stopped talking question. The began seeming permission. And so, I never corrected anybody I love that. I'm expecting get sued. Sure, pirates challenged the establishment of thority, and ownership of new ideas higher. It's innovate at the margins free from the order of the ordinary pirates incubates, their ideas in an intensive open space environment, higher its dual focus fortune. Then fairness. Pirates acute focus on micro needs. Inadvertently, creates macro-solutions higher. It's tell their story at scale through their use of subversive tactics. Eat sleep, pirate, repeat. I like that. So the pirates that some people are now thinking of our pirates of the Caribbean from their trip to DisneyWorld or land. What is your favorite the talking about smiley pirates Chinese pirates, Viking parts of other really interesting stories? These guys are worth taking a look at precisely three hundred year window because there is so much out. You know, the history and cycles and the challenges that we face historic, we live in historic times, then not going to be solved by the same kind of activity that led us here in the first place thing is insane. Who pointed that out? We even herited the story of Jack Sparrow, and captain hook. This is less than half of the truth. And once I started the, the research, which was a real, you know, new exercise for me at Greenwich, Maritime Museum, and the British Museum the British library, the other side of the story, the Soviet ovens now has been not just lost, but liberally written out the history. Okay. We will get back to our interview with Sam kind of I n day in just a second. If you have a financial question.

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"flaine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So democratic presidential candidates, they don't really have to worry about the blowback of an ill-fated impeachment attempt. They have to prove to their audience that they are sufficiently committed super committed, so committed man super committed, so Negga beta Aurora who is absolutely flailing. In the polls, I remember he still has a bag of cash, so maybe it'll makes a late comeback here. But I somehow doubt it Aurora has his campaign has imploded, like a dying star leaving behind only a black hole for Matthew mcconaughey to fall into so beta Iraq says. That impeachment is necessary. Why, why do we have to have an impeachment inquiry not over obstruction of Justice? But if we investigate obstruction of Justice, then we'll get back to the Russia stuff, which is a very weird argument. We were attacked by a foreign power in two thousand sixteen an attack that was invited by the candidate who is now our president and investigation into that tack attack was obstructed by this president. Unfortunately, the house of representatives today has stalled in their pursuit of the stocks in the truth only impeachment gives them the leverage and the mechanism necessary for us to know exactly what has happened and who is responsible for that. Well again, if that is where Democrats are going back to Russia, started Russia, and then they're like, there's not enough here for the whole Russian collusion thing. Let's let's do instruction. This obstruction thing. And now they're realizing there may not be enough on obstructions, what need to investigate obstruction because then maybe we'll get back to Russia. The goal posts are shifting so quickly that you can be forgiven. If you're a little bit, dizzy at this point, Elizabeth Warren, who basically has decided to go full-scale crazy, like fully nuts shoes on the view today, and she said. In handcuffs, everybody in the in the left audience, just cast, Elizabeth Warren. Oh they've now become Meg Ryan in that scene. In the diner from when Harry met Sally, whatever Elizabeth Warren, talks about what's going to happen. It Trump's, here's Elizabeth Warren. And then you hear the crowd going crazy. He's going to go to he's not going to jail. Okay. Calm ourselves down. Here's Elizabeth Warren, trying to pander to this crowd. Donald Trump did everything he could to derail stop Hoke, obstruct that investigate violation of the law, if he were anyone other than president of the United States, he would be in handcuffs and indicted. No. No. It's just not true. But this is becoming a talking point on the left Nancy Pelosi is pushing this talking point also now in order to push talking points. She has to speak coherent English. This has become more of a problem for Nancy Pelosi and this is not me slowing down. A clip of Nancy Pelosi. This is not me creating on from Nancy Pelosi. This is a stray clip of Nancy Pelosi speaking words, that are supposed to be an English about President Trump and peach mint and obstruction. It doesn't go great. Because when you see what they said, oh, I didn't know didn't know it was wrong to talk to Russians about this. I know I sit why don't how is had Flaine that kids in the hood when they their approach law enforcement. And I said, well, I didn't realize that I was supposed to do this supposed to know really. Kids in the hood, that that's where we're going now kids in the hood, Nancy Pelosi down with the people on the mean streets, Nancy Pelosi. Yeah. I don't think this impeachment thing is going anywhere. Guys, I think that you can talk all you want about it. I think that you Jabber about it, and pretend that it's going to more. I think the American people are tired of it. This is why if you are in President Trump's team right now, if you're using his campaign, just let him be silent, and let the Democrats do their thing because there is not a good thing. It is not a popular thing. It is just a thing that comes out of their faces, and it is not going to go well for them. So if that's the way that they think that they're going to win in twenty twenty more power to them already coming up William bar. The attorney general is investigating. Obviously the investigators in the Trump Russia.

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"flaine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Flaine Russian singer, very famous singer are cardio Kupny who met Mr Flynn on number Aydin beach in Brooklyn in an special Russian Kathy lens your own. Land Jeram lens your own. Yes. It's the Brighton Beach. Okay. And it says Russian district Brooklyn do know was discussed they discussed many things. But the most interesting thing is they uses fish show. They use the special best worked before default their meetings when they met each other. They say weather is good on their boss. Whether it's rain is good. In where whether as Jerry Buss care. There's a name of treating this. Did you did you hear? Yes, I did. So it's a street in Odessa the code word is whether as good on zero Busta. Sky ya Dera guy it, okay? And I'll have my staff to get spellings in and more details guess and the second part of their best world was terrains again on Brighton Beach. It rains again on Brighton Beach. Yes. Yes. On the meaning Gupta told Flaine that all those compromising materials will never released from will Ken solo Russian sanctions. Okay. Well, obviously, we would welcome a chance to get copies of those recordings. So we will try to work with the FBI to figure out along with your staff how we can obtain copies of those. Okay. Met with Trump in in New York at some point after the twenty thirteen minutes universe. Yes. Absolutely. And she got compromising materials on trout ofter. They're short relations. Okay. The nature of the compromise. Well, there were pictures of naked Trump. Putin was made aware of the availability of the compromising material is of course, share those much rails. With a social sharp shares those much else who is Putin because she's a does a recruitment and putting decided to press on Trump and. The materials that you can provide to the committee or to the would they corroborate this ellegation surest close when they were in Ukraine..

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"flaine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Was in mediator between Trump and Russian government who met with Xs wiser, Trump, Mr. Flaine was the Russian singer where famous singer are cardio coop. Nick who met with Mr Flynn on Brighton Beach in Brooklyn in special Russian, Kathy lens, you're on. Alleged on your own ES. It's all the Brighton Beach. Okay and suspicious Russian district in Brooklyn. And do know was this gust they discussed many things, but the most interesting thing is they use a special they use the special this work before before their meetings when they met each other. They say it's whether is good underboss. Whether trains is good. In where whether he's on Jerry of scare there's a name of treating of this. Did you did you hear? Yes, I did. So it's a street in Odessa the code word is whether as good on zero Busta bus of sky ya der bus guy it, okay? And I'll have my staff up to get spellings. And and more details and the second part of their base word was it rains again on Brighton Beach. It rains again on Brighton Beach. Yes on that. Meaning cooking told Flynn the old those compromising materials will never released. Trump will Ken solo Russian sanctions. Okay. Well, obviously, we would welcome a chance to get copies of those recordings. So we will try to work with the FBI to figure out along with your staff how we can obtain copies of those okay?.

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"flaine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Know was an mediator between Trump and Russian governments who match was exit visor Trump, Mr. Flaine, it was the Russian singer where famous singer are cardio Kupny who met MS Mr Flynn on the Brighton Beach in Brooklyn in special Russian, Kathy lens, you're on with. With a land. Sharon, lens your own ES. It's the no the Brighton Beach. Okay. And as a special Russian district in Brooklyn and do know was discussed they discussed many things. But the most interesting thing is they use a special. They used the special this work before before their meetings when they met each other. They say it's whether is good on their bosses. Whether it's rates is good. In where whether as good on Jerry scare there is a name of treating this. Did you did you hear the I did? So it's a street in Edessa the code word is whether as good on their Busta. Did he of sky ya Jared guy? Okay. And I'll have my staff to get spellings. And and more details and the second part of their best work was terrains again on Brighton Beach. It rains again on Brighton. Beijing. Yes. On that meaning Gupta told flame that all those compromising materials will never released. Trump will Ken solo Russian sanctions. Okay. Well, obviously, we would welcome a chance to get copies of those recordings. So we will try to work with the FBI to figure out along with your staff how we can obtain copies of those okay?.

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"flaine" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on Channel 33

"But if you wanna get into, you know, the the conspiracy here, we can we can loop our own boss Bill Simmons into this. When thirty when ESPN's thirty for thirty did the this is the XFL documentary, but Charlie famous loom do directed by Charlie ever saw if famously ended with the sit down dinner between dick Ebersol and Vince McMahon, and the unspoken subtext I mean, just the screaming loud subtext was just the glint in both of their is about how they it was time to do this again, you know, just going through the process of retelling, the tale was all they needed to know about this being a lucrative property that just didn't just came a couple of years too early or something. And so it's little wonder that that, you know, Charlie ever saw went straight from there too. I'm just gonna make. This reality. It's little wonder the Vincent man was like, I don't need you guys. I can do this on my own like, he did you know like he was with the hubris. They'd Vincent man, always will have which has made him very successful. And but you, but but just because like again, just because people watch football doesn't make the NFL doesn't make a spring football. You know, a going anything of interest to to a football fan. Just because there is a successful thirty for thirty about a spectacular Flaine out of spring football league doesn't mean that there's room for spring football league the audience and all these people interested in it that thirty for thirty sure had the rock out there doing cutting promos during during the pre-game or whatever. Yeah. I mean, it's not it's it's I mean, listen they caught fire in a bottle to get as far as they did with the XFL. The fact that we still make he hate me jokes on rare. Occasion is a great success. You know for for what they accomplished. But I mean, I don't think anyone should be too surprised about about the direction. This is gone. Also, just how we think about these. Leagues. If you tell me there's going to be a television, a sports themed television special that gets everybody's attention for like six weeks or three weeks or whatever I'd be like, okay. I can believe that that's like tiger versus Phil competing in a million dollar match in Vegas or the old balance the network stars or whatever like you told me, this is kind of fun sports thing. But this idea that we're trying to build a league the last for the next hundred years, I'm just like Nass not gonna work. Yeah. I mean, you see I mean if you talk about leagues at have done it. Well, and I'm not speaking from any kind of deep research on ratings and stuff, but the big three is actually seems like they've made more headway than any than than anyone would expected them to. And they did that by taking name players. He recognize and who are recently retired or you know, legends of days gone by and just put them in a situation. Like, nobody. I mean, I don't have any idea. How the how the win loss playoff structure for this thing works. But when it's on TV, you can pop it on and watch it for thirty minutes. You know, I mean, that's that's what's interesting about it. And it's it's there's not some sort of deep obliga-. And but you are attached to the players already like you were saying earlier, there's there's a sort there's there's a level of attachment. And and I don't know that anybody would I mean from a pure mortality standpoint. I don't know that anybody would be interested to see, you know, Troy Aikman go out there and get under center for a couple of snaps, but the. You wouldn't be worried about Troy, I'd be worried..

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"flaine" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Nobody was like definitely agree. It's he was study. And then he moved up in the industry out in doubt. I can't wait. Sorry. Game of thrones arguments. Are so funny finger in bub. Really been meaning to catch up to you watch everything. So that I was like a wealth of knowledge, and I guess at this point I'll have to settle for just rewatching the last season. But don't you think it's interesting in day better in them to premier unlike Coachella weekend because everyone's going to be a Coachella Coachella on the we're we're meeting in time, and I'll just have to sleep. My check my phone and then on Monday, I'll watch it. But it's like all who are going to be on their phones. And they're gonna have it spoiled shave them to do this Guerande. Maybe in some way, it was intentional. Let's think so if he turned Joe Jorda sorta like the most media like connection to day. Arianna graduates. They're trying to shoot are are gonna Guerande and PT Edson hesitant. David is daughter. Larry, I don't think heating the performance. I think they're shading the concert goers. 'cause it's like those people are like the semi Colosseum have had that we can cleared. Right. And it's like okay now pick are you going to be like a coach author sponsor or are you going to collegiate just we're we're doing both? Right. I don't care like us. You know, we're I'm also like not. Look at my phone right now because people are like putting legitimate theories out there. I wanna be shot. No. But we are putting pictures in the street. So let's talk about some of the the notable couples Joe and sons has stepped out looking Flaine, and we reported the that he has to son once he found out at the end friend who was at that party nosy ending guess because I'm sure there were some low level caterers being like pulling Joe, please tell me how I don't think the cavers new. I think there's probably some press they're being thirsty. They don't know anything. They're trying to find out. I think just like the the crew knows and Anna manatees husband news. Piece husband was George are there. And it's in pictures of him. I saw a story about him like eyeing an iron thrown. I think he was definitely for sure we're wasn't it looks like thirty rock. It was at Radio City. I believe swing city kind of just need that a today show the episode how premieres work like got a movie to watch a movie at I think, I think there's a spy and film and a red carpet some people just through the red carpet sent people do carpet soiree, some people go to see the movie premiere once you give for bad Santa two and watch the movie, and I ate so much popcorn. And I had already had a toothache. It was the popcorn free. Yes. Okay. And the popcorn was getting stuck in my to and it was just really painful, and they weren't crop tops. I'm glad that nobody offered to take. My picture Olo shirt today. It's not pussy bow. But it's giving me like the pussy bow elegance. And you know, what seven entity trim you too because it's act sack posing like diffusion line. So it's like not Zac Posen pussy like so much corporate glamour. It's like for. Children for young children in the business place..

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"flaine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Curtis lever. Does the city. Courtesy seventy seven ABC. What is this? That's right. You don't say that. But she does it's like. That's a critical thing to say many people find her body to be absolutely fantastic and Gaga as well. Excuse me. Gaga has the dies. Thick. It's thick rather than thunder thighs, thunder thighs connotes. I we never shared a woman thunder ties though because some women like having thank you. I remember when I was in college football team said I gained a bit of weight. And he's like she's thick thick. That was I didn't like hearing that. But apparently, it's attractive to other people. Take a milkshake, right? That's thick. It's thick. Positive. Meaning also, then you ever think of that. She's thick like a milkshake. Now. What does that mean? Oh man kit. Anybody out there Flaine to mich- naive here? Like, what does that make a mill? No, no. It's a very positive thing. We'll leave it to those out your lingo, Kurt educate. You why being thick like milk might actually be a compliment? Please let me know to a young lady one eight hundred eight four eight WABC that's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two. But a lot of the a lot of the news is over the forecast of what the weather's going to be like this weekend. Thank you. Nj diet dot com for keeping us hermetically sealed into the studios here on the seventeenth floor WABC where we're nice and warm and toasty very toasting. Here's matter of fact, I think I'm going through one of my hot spells lashes. Oh, well, that's your thick like a milkshake. But that hasn't that has nothing that nine going through menopause. No milkshake. That's the reason. I'm having a hot flash. It's not exactly top shelf. But it's not pre jar in any sense whatsoever. You trust me on this. Right. Well, then you're not telling me what it means. Juliet Huddy in the house of anybody can explain to win. You shared a woman thick. That that is not a negative one eight hundred eight four like, you're relaxing suites WABC center. Speaking of sweet, no, shower, it is the twenty six days since the government shutdown. Some employees have not received the check others deciding to get the blue flu, especially TSA. Oh, yes. So there were a backup said some of the major airports when you go through Checkpoint, Charlie and that's happening at the major airports, right? But you may be more problems along the way if this continues, and that's scary actually to think about that we speak of girl power. There were three girls in the news at different age levels. There is Nancy Pelosi who had said to the president you should cancel your state of the union address. Because how do we know they're going to be enough secret security agents secret service agents? The guarantee protection for all of us in the house all of us in the Shannon. Disappointing. Cohen Paul seems to think that there will be plenty. And he seems to think that they should just go have the state of the union in in the Senate. Right. But but the point is Nancy Pelosi is basically putting fear fright hysteria and hype into this. I if you haven't resolved the government shutdown by the time of the state of the union address, you really should cancel it to a different. You're talking about having all the most powerful people in one room at the same time. I think she's kind of right about that. I that would that is that's an invitation for disaster, especially when you don't have all the people that you need all the facilities all of a backup. I got so much security. They look average everyday people. They don't have security, but these politicians they have layer upon layer upon layer. Is there a secret service person that can give us a call? And let us know what you think I'm curious about that. Okay. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC Curtis. Yes. I do have to tell you that in twenty thirteen when we had the shutdown during Obama that was like sixteen or so days a cost ultimately two billion dollars in back wages and another five hundred million benefits. We're now basically doubled that. So at this point, we have paid for the wall in the government shutdown. This down. It's costing about two hundred million dollars a day in in wages. That's about five billion dollars already. So you understand up to this point that's up to this point and another billion for benefit five billion dollars. Does not give you the wall. It's only a portion of the wall is Hello what the number the number of that has been thrown out as five billion dollars. So we've now paid for the wall. I mean, this is not this doesn't affect anybody. They don't want anything. They don't want to sit on a wall. They don't want wanna concrete barrier. They don't want anything yet years ago. They didn't have a problem with it. But let's put that aside because they have a new spokesperson, and they are. They are catching and curling about this which means complaining or praising it depended on what age you are. So if you're the age of Nancy Pelosi, a cadaver in formaldehyde oh gosh. Like. Chucky cheese Schumer. You don't know what to do with this? But if you happen to be some of the younger new Jackson who have just gotten into the house you like she taught spokesperson, and who is that. It is not a Cossio Cortez Castro. It is Cardi B. That's right. Did they generate hip Princess, Cardi B? Hey ya. I just want to remind you because it's been a little bit over three weeks. Okay. Bill, but three weeks. Now ordering Agnes dumbest thing federal government workers to go back to work without getting paid. Now. I don't wanna about all but Obama sat down the government. Yeah. Have care. So your grandma could check a blood pressure. Are you business? 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"flaine" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Oh, you're it's disgusting. It's inappropriate since that is like if anything watching wrestling I feel like there is really almost nothing inappropriate for wrestling anymore. Just with the where WWE went in the attitude era where he w went where a lot of other professions of gone, really the only thing that's truly inappropriate for wrestling. Now with be blatant racism, brother. I mean, blatant racism latent xenophobia blatant Flaine, all the the really really bad horrible things. That's too far for wrestling me. But everything else it's kind of like there really is no line. For it. Because all the lines crossed in the the magical attitude air, like just reference back to just remembering everything that happened to like, the majority of everything that I've listed off with the accepts exception. I think of joy Ryan, I think everything else was attitude era. No, some of it knows of. The ruthless aggression era. But the majority of it is attitude majority attitude there's some stuff in fact annual so that's that. So there you go. There you go. But I I I didn't want to talk about this. But I did wanna talk about it. 'cause it's just it's like I've been seeing everything going on. And it's like, you know, I just need to comment on this. Because it's like I'm seeing all these since abilities offended by it. And it's like really a tampon is what if ends you with everything that's happened. In wrestling at tampon is what offends you think about it y'all really think about it. Think of everything you've watched in the history of wrestling. And you're gonna get your panties in watt about a tampon. Okay. All right. So we're gonna take our second in final break of the evening. And when we come back, we will be doing tweet of the week in x t smackdown. All your favorites. It's the rack right here. We'll talk radio dot com, and we'll be right back..

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"flaine" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

06:16 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Wow. Oh, what did you everyone always talked about John Lennon being like, you know, this great mind and a great thinker in. What do you think his intelligent guy? I q and. It pains me to say that I had two long letters from him, which I'd put more hopefully haven't seen in years, but they were absolutely. Brilliantly pund construct was wedding word games. And James Joyce, Ian. And he was a worshipper Joyce, of course. And he was a fan of the British that British comedy was a fan of the goons and why they chose Lester in the first place to make days and. Who's the comic? Oh shit. Everybody know nobody does he like Milligan? Yeah. He came on a show of mine in London. And there were Chelsea pensioners in the audience twenty old man veterans from the Chelsea home for veterans and Milligan got in among them and made them laugh directly on man, you worried about them. They were so pleased with Milligan on the Lenin subject. I just wanted to wrecked. Our listeners to your book from two thousand fourteen brief encounters conversations magic moments, and assorted hijinks, there's a sad John Lennon column that you wrote in here for the for the times in that when it's in this book, and it's you refer to the time that he was on the show with you. And he made a quip about growing older and looking back on himself. Oh, yeah. One day. Yeah. On the on the dick on the dick Cavite show. And it's it's. Jeez. I think I may I may have thought of that. When I heard that he was dead. But I remember are talking about it and. How long ago is that when he was killed nineteen eighty. Yeah. My teenage of every time I go by the Dakota too. I think maybe someday won't think it like don't think of the word L, we walk into the cave or whatever the thing. And always there some foreign friends who broad who come up to me and say can you attend this? There is strawberry fee. I remember I was Chinese. I was on Saturday Night Live in that horrible season when John Lennon was shot, and they used to have these really uncomfortable parties after the show that would go to a restaurant still do them. Yeah. Tradition. Mostly putt parties. And and after after this one it was like two days have to John Lennon got shot. It was at a restaurant right across the street from the Dakota that timing. Yeah. Bad choice. He was killed on a Monday because I remember very vividly Howard Cosell Howard Cosell, interrupting Monday night football. Yeah. To make the announcement December eighth. That's where I heard her out. But I can't remember where I did hear about it. But I remember the feeling see what happened to those letters. Should you just misplace them? God he knows not did you Shakespeare. I heard I'll somebody told me I'll of hardy was married to some Jewish woman at one point. I only know of one hearty wife, but there may have been other. And that may be the one face split up. And and he said, according to this, quote, she cashed the Jewish Hixon me. He said that. Yeah, partying, and what was the result of? Oh my God. I remember a thousand years ago following you around in a hotel. We just on some I remember that too. I don't remember what Joey did too. It may been your show for all. I know. Been I I wish following you around just imitating, the old Groucho, and my brother. Yeah. Ola goes. John. Really? Then Li like to smoke sugar. You know, I wish very popular thing. A lot of people smoke sugar. They would like them. With a match. They would have a marriage and vade running against a shellfish and Flaine would come off for them and show they light if to. You're your NT Groucho should be in the Smith center. Johnson reverence that puts over the top. Yeah. Then I remember you after while you couldn't take any more you him running away. From me, followed you in the elevator ahead that thing where you lead out all the air in you. And you still can't take it in. And then when you finally got to your room, I got on a whole phone and you said Hello. I sure you had you know. Peter banks cly, I probably thought it was possibly it was alive. Then. Yeah. I you could eventually. Right. Yeah..

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"flaine" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"flaine" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Three fins flew, well and reached ninety thousand feet and Mike one point eight six mountain built the X twenty three prime an unmanned vehicle, which was launched Toppin at list launch rocket to around one hundred thousand feet, it was designed to deploy a drug balut, and then be captured in Mita by modified C one thirty hook Yalies, which was actually achieved in one of the three flights mountain. Also trialed the x twenty four series of Kroft. The a model was like the Northrop design Shulte fighting bulbous. But using it excel eleven fortune, but rocket engine it got to Mike one point three five at over seventy one thousand feet, the B model was flattened delta with a pointed nose. Which flew to MAC one point five seventy four thousand feet. And despite being a decidedly cooler design was dubbed the flying flat on several other versions were envisaged, but never Flaine, but one mock-up the SP five Jay whilst used in several movies as a spaceship approp-, the Northrop designs progress to the m two f-3 which off to Bill. Paterson's crash was the same damage machine, but rebuilt and redesigned with the Finn to aid instability. It got up to MAC one point six one three and only sloughs flight on the twentieth of December nineteen seventy-two reach seventy one thousand five hundred feet. There were the lifting body designs being developed else where the Yousaf contracted Boeing to build a..

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Unofficial results show Hezbollah gains as Lebanon awaits election results

Good Day USA

01:50 min | 4 years ago

Unofficial results show Hezbollah gains as Lebanon awaits election results

"Is promising a decisive breakthrough in living standards in the new here term he starts today and is even said to be considering naming a prominent economic reformer to talk job that illiterate but even within the kremlin few see much of the high tech bush's pledged amid the standoff with the west in decades in moscow henry mayor bloomberg daybreak europe vote counting is underway in lebanon mocking a pivotal moment for the country bloomberg's stain a creche has this report from beirut lebanon held its first parliamentary elections in nine years under a new law based on proportional representation expensive better represent the country's complex demographics analysts expect the iran backed hezbollah group and its allies to win a slim majority likely a third of the seats interior ministry will announce official results by monday morning they route donna bloomberg daybreak europe at may be at a targeting point to end political deadlock five star movement leader luigi demayo has signaled he's ready to give up his quest to become prime minister bloomberg's john flaine reports president said dramatically la holds one more round of talks with party leaders on monday he'll ask them if they can ensure a working majority if not he's expected to propose a caretaker government with new elections possible in the fall or early next year in rome john lane bloomberg daybreak europe global news twenty four hours on the uptake talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg guy thanks bogus georgia leila also says news alex folks since brain hemorrhage makes him wonder about the health effects of football management the former united boss he's now seventy six is recovering in hospital after needing an emergency operation on saturday finger was presents it.

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