17 Burst results for "Formby"

"formby" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"formby" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Involved, including Senegal will have more time to bring their stadiums up to scratch so that we can host matches. An online petition calling for the Tokyo Olympics to be canceled, has gained more than 200,000 signatures since being launched only a few days ago by a Japanese lawyer. The petition is addressed. It's Hamas bark, Who's the president of the International Olympic Committee, has expressed support for officials. They continue preparations just three months to go until the proposed starts off the Olympic Games. And in the N B. A. A massive city rivalry match has taken place is finished. Just about an hour ago between L, a Lakers and the L. A Clippers. It's seen the Clippers come out on top in some style that beating the Lakers by 118 points to 94. Missing Anthony Davis, who actually hobbled off in the second period with an injury on of course, LeBron James. They've won that title last year. Of course, that's true, and you can catch up with all the latest sports news and results on our website, BBC dot com Forward slash spot Chase, Frank. Thank you. Now we had to South Africa, where South Africans and in particular people in the Zulu nation in mourning the death of Zulu Queen Man from mountain man, Formby Dlamini, who was buried She's been in pointed she'd been appointed regent after her husband died in March, but her death has been mired in controversy. In today's Africa Daily podcast. Alan procedure has been finding out more from closer felony, the BBC's correspondent in Johannesburg. Well, Quinn man, Tommy was a princess born in neighboring spot any formally Swaziland and she married into the Zulu family around 1977. It was a big affair that was meant. To unite both nations and in some ways it did. How else will should be remembered. Almost recently, she was appointed as the regent of the Zulu nation. So this was a role that has been traditionally held by men over the years. But when her late husband passed King Google's really teeny in his will, he appointed her to be the caretaker off the Zulu nation and was also expected. To be the person who would announce who the King's successor would be. She unfortunately passed before fulfilling that task because the nation are still observing three months off a mourning period and after which period she was then expected to say who will take over as the next in line to the throne. So how did she die? Well, the details are on that very sketchy as it stands her death first, it was unexpected. We understand that she was in hospital for a week for an undisclosed illness and died. Suddenly the prime minister off the sooner Nation. Prince Mom was suitable. Tell Easy said in a statement to the doctors were treating her liver for toxins on data postmortem had been ordered and that those results will be available in the next few weeks. So as it stands, we're not clear on what caused her death. But that hasn't stopped speculation and a return often old. Story around her supposedly having been poisoned a few years ago. This comes from an address that was made by her late has been back in 2017, who was trying to explain her absence at a public gathering and said that the queen had been poisoned. And was attending to that. And that's why she could not join this very large and elaborate affair fast forward to her passing. Now those rumors have resurfaced except this time. We're not quite sure how much of it is true. And how much isn't I don't room us that you could have been poisoned. Pretty game of Thrones, right? Just to be very,.

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"formby" Discussed on Alchemy This

Alchemy This

07:23 min | 9 months ago

"formby" Discussed on Alchemy This

"Welcome back to another episode of alchemy covid nineteen twenty twenty euros. Kevin bom okay. You know what you're gonna come at me with logic then. I hope you forget that. I warned you about the chimpanzee. Who's coming for your soul later tonight. But i digress. Let's meet iraq michelle. We no particular order. Please say good morning to gary. Anthony williams a great morning. Kp a great morning georgia on your mind and he's on how you'll ring in the new year. Yeah absolutely. I am. And i do this every year just to have a fresh restart. I always go out. I stripped my house. Totally down with some that. Homer formby home stripping and i i re- brick everything every year. I do this. How long does it usually take like a half the year at least he. Hey it's james. He needs to times two times. Tell us about the first time you purposely did not attend a class or perhaps a full day in high school. Oh boy it was pretty bad. It's embarrassing. I called in for myself as my dad and i was like actor and i just i thought it was gone so sound. You're in high school. And that was the first time and i was like. Wow that was skis. Easy you're a senior in high school. You called in as your dad. What kind of voice did you affect for pops. I think just did it. I tried to do it to that. i'm just calling james heaney sick and he can't come in saying instead of saying my son james. Your father said calling in for james. I graduated high school. it must've been like five or six years ago. I'm pretty young right remember. It wasn't much more than like an hour later. The phone at my house just and this is before cell phone just ringing and ringing and ringing and ringing ringing and finally as like hello bob and she's like what are you doing at home as well you knew was i mean you were calling because you knew i was going to eventually answer. Yeah so nailed and did you ever do it again. Nope oh and you know what i remember. It wasn't when i was a senior. Or junior i was a sophomore and i it came back and bit me in the ass later. I had skipped a dance. Test in gym class wasn't why i was skipping but it ended up that after like a year and i never did the test. That test turned into an incomplete. So i fail. Jim my sophomore year. I had retake. I had to take to gym classes my senior year. It was insane. Because i skipped class. One time in my whole damn life. I wanna thank you from the bottom of my heart And i'll tell you why. Because i've been praying to god that i know doesn't exist for about fifty years that i would meet someone who failed gym class and i believe i've stall just long enough to welcome back mark gangway guys her Thanks for selling. I just walked in the door. It's been a hot minute. it has. I'm happy to see all your smiling faces. Are you Are you done traversing the world for the program that you work on i am. I'm done. We we wrapped About three weeks ago Completely covid free. I did try reversing the world this morning and cut myself brutally at vasquez rocks. Which if you guys have never been there as amazing the the starch. The big star trek rock. Oh yeah yeah and you thought you'd leave some of your blood. Their exact yes. Well i was trying to do a case. They ran out of read this. It's it's still going a little bit And i'm ready to improvise abandoned. You're feeling fine if like okay. I'm feeling really funny from the last from the loss of blood. You're feeling funny. So it's time to improvise combat concern. It's great to see your face. Oh great to see well. I'll be damned there. Jackie ruthie jackie from the block. What plans have you for the first week in the new year of twenty twenty one. I just have to say. Thank you so much for comedy. Jackie from the block okay. That's just a dream so slough so already done resolution. Everything is ready to go last week. Of twenty twenty one moving to new apartment. That is my those are my plans and taking on the christmas tree okay. What time would you like. Joey to show up to help you move. Joey has helped me move before. So she yes he house he has moved an entire apartment for me handedly. So i think he's done his due diligence. I agree and in fact last but no more cheesy goodness for you. If you think lease it is time for joey greer blackheart. What should i wear tonight question. And i know you're a little more conservative but i think you should slut it up by the honest keep going. You deserve it and i think people in your household want they want you to be comfortable in your own skin and they wanted to show out you know. Show chilly little children. But you know what i think. There are tasteful ways to be sexy and still warm and the third name. The third way to be sexy and to actually. This is why. I wanted to hear. So i have a new line of nylon. Go all the way to unitards and they actually covered the head completely stewart. Damn show shall we. All of our suggestions are gathered from your listener. Emails or from our patriot. Vip's borrow the show and enjoy exclusive content laying a recording of what we're doing right now. On video just head on over to patriots dot com slash alchemy. There's if you'd like to scenes justin by email. Please write to the podcast at your name. Here dogmatise dot com. That's your name here. The seen one comes for some patriot. Vip toivo toivo. Who wrote dear al and the chemist. Oh i see what you did you this. Is your finnish fan toivo here. I don't want to get to political. But congratulations america. Yeah we're still trying to beat out that victory but thank you anyway. Here's another silly seen suggestion from my huge supply of shameless ripoffs. An airline pilot has a challenging day at work when the plane he's flying has been changed in the last minute to an obsolete and creaky old plane because of the company cutbacks. 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"formby" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"formby" Discussed on Jonny Gould's Jewish State

"We can't let these people play a role in in the party organization. They they just belong so it was a very good day. The hr see report coming out. And you guys submitted fifteen thousand pages of evidence covered counselors actual chair people all constituency labour parties. And even jeremy corbyn and you stayed in the party deliberately to firemen you. You're right in there as it was unfolding have lost a lot of friends. I've lost people. Who i no longer want to be friends with them because they if you're a person who doesn't want to stand against semitism all you know then i use view not somebody. I want to be friends with and be your not nancy racist. If you don't care about antisemitism. I stayed in the policy. Because i knew that i'm not saying it and pay if i'd have been an mp. I would have resigned. But as an activist for labor against seventies. It was far more important. You know. I had a big voice. Stay in the party. Then i would have done leaving. It would have done nothing but delight. Jenny formby if i have left the party. And obviously my. I wasn't to delight jenny formulas to make at any point. They could have tried to expel me. You know. I had a lesser from compliance for minor what will be considered a minor infringement on twitter considering the nature of the people. I was reporting that. We're getting off. It was so it made it clear to me. How twisted the compliance procedure wars. And some kind of. I wanted to stay rich. Almost dare them to be out. You know and it may. It meant that other people could see the voice of myself in you in an office. Who were taking a stand could see what we what we were saying. What we were doing the fact that we weren't getting expelled and it kind of gave people a bit more courage to to stand out that i've had that said to me. They said i can see what you're doing. And i thought what she i can. I can say something because you know they're still in the party in that saying something so that that was part of my reason and it was also to almost as a as a combat isis thing with a one point. It just felt like right. Chuck me out if you do. Well very understated them and as sort of hero. Ix in what you said. They're basically if i can stay emboldens of the people say because of course they wouldn't have said it without you. You didn't have to do this guys you. I know that you have a moral drive to do it. And you'd be lying to yourselves in not doing it but even so there aren't many of you. And there was a torrent of people against you staying silent. Actually yeah while you spoke out. I mean i think i think the most notable shift in the attitude of a lot of labor members and people who've been initially supportive of labor against anti semitism was after corbin and labor for sickly. Well that way they perform better than expected in two thousand seventeen..

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"formby" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"formby" Discussed on The Bugle

"Dan Maskell. Avoiding, save. You've not heard it. Can tell you what it's different to. It's very different to. Should be so lucky by collier. No Aga- do by catch Google when I'm cleaning windows, George formby and Franz Schubert's eighteen sixteen chart-topping DANCEFLOOR banger listen I off deaths fests alison. It's more similar perhaps in subtexts to George formby with my little Ukulele and my hand but even more sexually confident and assertive than than fully I think the song it is most unlike is probably Snooka loopy by the match up with Chazan Dave, which was a group of white men singing jauntily about Snooka which I think is the most opposite possible piece of music to lap by quality and making these stallion. One of my favorite things on the Bugle is Andy has to talk about pop. It was. Like Watching an alien trying to blend in with the Sign up doing my research about about cal debate us one of the most influential musical artists in the world right now in my book will be a book that I've printed out from her wikipedia page a few things about Cardi. B.. Cardi B. is not the same as KGB That's very important to remember that She took performance names birth name call debate from Cardigan Bay in Wales. Famed for its long sandy beaches, numerous campsites, diverse marine life. She has actually written an as yet unreleased of songs about the culture and economy of the town of Aboriginal with and places US L. firmly in the tradition of the Welsh stead. So so But. If the the Proposal. That's the US national anthem should be whatever happens to be top of the billboard one, hundred chart that week I mean that would we'd have seen some sensationally awkward faces this week if that had been the case in. Baseball players holding that caps over that CA- jungles. I The song the song is so popular and Raunchy that it was viewed eighty million times in the first week and There are a lot of reasonable responses to a song about wet pussy. This makes me feel that I need some time to myself is perfectly reasonable response. This is not for me is also valid response. But Bench Ben Shapiro whose Online personality, anti-feminist right wing Patriot who really puts. In, my country to. decided that that he was so offended that he so he tweeted out that his doctor wife told him that anyone's who's pussy. So wet that it needs a bucket, a mop to clean up requires medical attention because they probably have bacterial notice or a yeast infection conservatives has so much difficulty imagining women enjoying their own sexuality but the possibly they can imagine is well, actually this is false plus these don't get wet unless they're broken. and. And so what they're telling us is that they have no first hand experience of women being. So turned on in their presence that their body might have a common physiological response and that telling this fact to the public is a shrewd political strategy to win the culture war. I love. Ironically, the more I listened to Bend Shapiro, the drier at Golf. One lert really stood out for me. I mean having read the lyrics which I believe were lifted straight from an early Woody Guthrie Song. was. Funny the end macaroni and apart I'm which does suggest that whole thing was just disappointing product placement for Gerald's instant pastor meals..

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"formby" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

LBC Election 2019

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"formby" Discussed on LBC Election 2019

"Was it that. Just explain the background to this because it was all about a Panorama programme that John Warr presented him researched in July last year mall about antisemitism in the Labor Party and it. We really was quite formidable program, and they had I think seven different acts. Labor Party employees who went on camera. on yet, but basically spilled the beans and Jeremy Corbyn. thought it was outrageous and was criticizing John Ware and political. Baya's goodness knows war. What happened then? So you're right. These seven people who had been involved in the parts of the Labor Party machine that were responsible for investing complaints all had been. Before the Panorama programme went out the Labor Party briefed the press and I. Think Actually is statements that essentially said that these seven people were acting maliciously. They were laying variety of other things. What then happened was the seven people took an action against the Labor Party for defamation on the basis of what they'd been called. That's what the case was. That was being heard, but the Labor Party decided SEWRI. Labor Party under new management. decided that they would settle the case. They've paid a six figure Some in settlement, and they have done an extremely apologetic. statements retracting the things that have been said, apologizing for the way in which these staff members had been treated. The other interesting fly in the ointment was that they were there was action to try to stop the Labor Party doing this apparently taken by Jimmy. formby former general secretary, shameless mill, former, right hand person of Jeremy Corbyn and I think Jeremy Corbyn himself funded by unite to say you're not allowed to settle, and you're not allowed to apologize obviously, because what settling apologizing does he says that lot, but we're in charge. Last year were outrageous in the things that they said. Said about you, which is essentially what the an Jeremy Corbyn subsequently done a statement in which he said. This is not a legal decision. This is a political decision. Well, I think it's probably both, but what it is is a decent decision. Because these were people who were absolutely traduced by the then leadership of the Labour Party, and that's why they defamation case, and it shows a massive change in the leadership of the Labour party that they wanted to settle this an apologize for the way in which people whistleblowers about Anti Semitism were treated by the Labor Party leadership. Are you sitting down? Why are you interested in what my bottom is doing? was consigned always interested in what you will, but I'm actually not going because I, really not. This, I'm interested in your immediate reaction to this. Garden journalist. All's category has just tweeted this breaking. I am told that journalists John is planning to see Jeremy Corbyn. CACKLE! I wonder whether you'd be contributing to his support funds. Oh goodness do that is whoa. I will be able to find the same thing. I don't think John. Wear was in these in these seven..

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"formby" Discussed on The Leader

The Leader

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"formby" Discussed on The Leader

"Commission report will will go that far, but I think it will be pretty damning on the Labor. Party, now that is a real movement for cure without surreal moment for him to shoe that he is serious about trying to rid the Labor Party of anti-semitism and I think that will be a test for him as well that he knows it's coming down the track. He's almost set himself that test and I think you'll be pretty muscular, but Jeremy Corbyn it seems is not going gently into the good night on on this. It rematch that he actually was was contesting this apology from the Labor Party along with shameless mill and Jenny formby s shameless Mrs Director of Communications and Strategy Janney formby was was the general secretary and M Len mccloskey. Who is the head of unite? That's the really influential trade union in the Labor movement very very close to Jeremy, Corbyn and Jennifer maybe and she McMillan. He has said that. The he pushes back against this apology on. It's rumored that Jeremy Corbyn is is set to make clear his own opposition to the Labour party, apologizing and making the settlement so wrong. Is Not going to go away, but if you're cynical. This actually helps Kearse Dhamma. Because if Jeremy Corbyn is looking like he's causing trouble on this that does give me the opportunity to slap him dine. And he must do that and if he doesn't do that. I think people will question. How serious is metal is on this topic? Next. Commuters are getting back in their cars for the great migration back to the office. We ask environmental psychologist to Ian Walker. If there's a better way. Driving.

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"formby" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"formby" Discussed on No Laying Up

"I want to stress that we're splitting hairs among some of the sickest golf courses the world I'm not recommending skipping hillside I just personally prefer some of the other courses we played on this trip hillside summer rates ranged from one hundred six st two hundred ninety pounds fall and spring rates are between one hundred ten and one hundred thirty five I did get a twitter question as well someone saying how bad is hillside rated and I also got another question said hillside as easily the best of all those courses so I do think it depends on your day I would love to play hillside again maybe in slightly different Sion's when the rough is not quite as bad as it was it just stuck out kind of from the from the rest of the courses we played on this trip as far as how much time we spent looking for balls and it is my least favorite thing do while playing golf was not the worst round I played on this trip so please don't please on assume that I'm slotting it in near the bottom just because you can find your Bowl it just doesn't quite add up I'm trying to come up with an analogy that I don't know if I'm ready to debut this yet but I'm going to try basically I'm not saying this isn't one of the best courses in England but if someone you know I might be a fan of the hundredth ranked restaurant in Jacksonville but if they've got one or two things on that they knew that I love it might be one of my favorites and you know if everyone over there loves you know the twentieth ranked restaurant in Jacksonville but their menus just a bit not my style or just doesn't quite you know they got a picky eater they got too much shit in the food a lot of people might really enjoy the variety and the different things that can get but you know what I like this one thing on the menu over here and for me that's the next course is West Lancashire is doesn't even sniff hillside in any rankings and absolutely blows my mind because for and again it's GonNa come back to expectations I've no no idea how West Lancashire is the forty four th ranked course in in Oakland that's where top one hundred golf courses dot com ranks it I consider that to be pretty good and unbiased ranking source much less scummy than the golf digest or golf duck Great Britain and Ireland I'm personally I got to put the royal courses in a different category they really are next level we're going to break down those courses but West Lane this is easily my favorite non-royal course on England's Gulf coast it's the truest links it's right up against the sea breezes of it more extreme I heard from a lot of people say and this is actually the most difficult of all them like Holy Shit what a difficult golf course they do have some open qualifying there on a near annual basis I don't know if it's every year the Gulf foles are just tremendous it's it's what I call simple links like it's pretty straightforward you can see where you're going and you can see hey there's a bunker right there that I need to avoid on the second halts par-five there's two bunkers short and left of the green and there's one short right and the way the wind comes in from the left you just got a position south to run up a shot all you put these two bunkers it's it's so straightforward it's so simple but I just love it and it's so well designed I when I say simple I don't mean that it's not brilliant because I really do think that it is the holes are extremely well defined and you just chart kind of charting yourself around giant contour short left of the third green she got to avoid this short short par-three great mix of long par threes and short par-three long fours short fours a couple of drivable ones depending on what he's you play this night was no doubt helped by the best weather we got the whole time in the area but this is my third time coming to West lancs and he back in the summer of seventeen I thought you know what I know you intron loved it in the spring but you probably overrated it just because you hadn't heard of it and I loved it even more the second time and on the third time I came back it somehow keeps getting better it's one of the ten oldest clubs in England it was founded in eighteen seventy three got extremely simple modest clubhouse I was designed by CK cotton again train station right next to it it runs right along the eleventh hole the back nine stretch from eleven to fifteen is just spectacularly loved as an awesome par-five again right against the train tracks which I visited with my second shot a long par three twelve at the par-four thirteenth is an amazing haul blind tee shot on the fourteenth and then you come back and play the fifteen this whole that's jammed right up against that wall that borders the train tracks again had in the opposite direction it's just special if you go to this area and don't play West Lancashire I will be disappointed in you again it doesn't it's the top of a lot of rankings and if you go off that you may not end up here but it gets my top recommendation you don't need a recommendation for the royal courses you're probably already playing them and is coaches I hate ranking them west lancs is a clear number one I can't be much more clear on that in that next tier of courses and again that may be personal preference but everyone I've ever talked to that has gone and played it has had nothing but glowing things to say about it the prices one hundred twenty five to one hundred fifty in the summer around eighty to ninety five pounds in the fall and ninety to one hundred and ten pounds in the spring so it's a little more affordable than hillside is and it just doesn't quite come with that expectation now I may have ruined the expectation Asians by that glowing endorsement but I am willing to sign off on that my dad absolutely loved it we there were there were not really any courses that we were far apart on any of these it helped that he played really really well out there he loved it but it's go to West Lancashire promise you won't be disappointed you might see the clubhouse and kind of think you're not in a special place the ones you get out on that golf course I promise you it's special all right on to the next course southport in eighteen stale so when we go on these trips we often get a lot of messages from local won't inviting us out to their local courses it is so so so generous so greatly appreciated and it sucks but were rarely able to make it work we come with full itinerary as rarely do we have full four hour windows time that we need to kill but it works out great sometimes in the UK in an Ireland because God pace of play over there is insane there were courses that you know some of the places we play with members they say if you play in four hours you're getting a letter from the secretary and that's a four ball and if you're a two ball and if you're even sniffing three thirty like you are holding up the golf course and it's just it's amazing the stark difference and everybody's walking everyone is a trolley I strongly strongly believe that golf carts with two people in them slow down the game of golf I have no doubt the only thing faster I've seen in walking with a trolley or a pushcart is the Gulf board which I did that it trueblue in Myrtle beach and really really enjoyed that I thought that was incredible pace of play but English are no exception to this that keep amazing pace of play and again we always come with four tanneries and this day was actually an exception it was Sunday my dad he was up for eighteen holes a day eighteen Israeli enough for me as I mentioned we had an afternoon teatime at formby and gentleman named Stu slid in the DMZ offered up round at southport name stale I'd seen it from hillside you can look across the train tracks and see it I kind of I kind of my image of it was pretty I don't know what I'm saying other than my expectations were low again I kinda thought it was easily the third best of those three courses that are all lined up together and I've been curious about it but just it wasn't a big priority for me to get over there though when he said he could arrange for us to tee off before the club even open as awesome as okay great and he and I went off route seven forty and went out and had just an absolute treat of morning James Braid Golf Course designed in nineteen twenty two held the Ryder Cup in Nineteen thirty seven I believe now again that's where I come back to expectations kind of viewed it as a third tier course figured it was overshadowed by its neighbors for a reason wrong I loved it it does help that I struck the shit out of on that morning could make any prods wonderful pure links course for me flowed much better than hillside does from from one eighteen I felt like I was playing the same golf course it was the best bunkered course one of the best I should say one of the best bunker courses we played in the area limbs going to take the crown on that one but it gave me what I call like the exercise in my mind essentially the puzzle that you gotta solve every t and the the strategy I've found best is to clearly define maybe even say out loud what bunkers you are taking out of play and what bunkers you're trying to take on this is not a golf course he just reach back and pound driver over all the trouble because again it's firm you don't want it rolling off into the tall stuff like like we say it hillside but otherwise you don't clearly say out loud and and kind of think through what you WanNa do you can caught in between you can get caught in between strategies and make some really poor swing so if you're replace short of a bunker you have to take a club that cannot reach a bunker in the ball's rolling out on at all these places it wasn't nearly as fast and firms what we got in Scotland last year but if you're trying to take on the bunker on the left meaning you're hitting a club that will go in that bunker if you hit it on that line you gotta identify that bunker that you're avoiding and you gotta either you know decided hey I'm covering this one and I'm taking this on meaning I I'm going to cover this bunker on the right but this bunker on the left is going to be trouble for me if I hit it on that line so it might mean you have to lay back a ton it might mean you got you might need to hit driver to take certain bunkers out of play you get that over and over and over again at southport named stale and it was just tremendously condition had quirk to it wonderfully contoured it was just an overall treat I was one hundred ninety yard par three some people don't like that I'm way way in on par three openers green contour there's really friendly it's Kinda got punched Bali kind of thing going on in the front it's a little tough growing out of the car and hit a five iron at seven forty in the morning but it's it's a nice little warm up pole and it I loved it the sixteenth hole is the whole you see from the train and you'll see from hillside it's a blind second shot over a huge Dune has some bunkers on it with railroad ties shot up he died easily my favorite hole on the golf course and just some seriously meaty par fours on this I had a ton of five iron six irons into Greens that you know they weren't even necessarily playing into the wind we actually I didn't play the very far back much on this trip we played back at southport needs sales about sixty eight hundred yards which is kind of a rarity on this trip but absolutely no qualms I have no shame about moving up boxes on links courses because yardage just ends up being so damn irrelevant sixty eight hundred yards there in my mind equals about seventy two hundred stateside just in terms of difficulty and the ball ended up not even being reachable southport names down one hundred thirty five to one hundred and fifty pounds in the summer of one hundred one hundred twenty in the fall and spring again I don't know where I was kind of coming from thinking this was a a third tier course pricing wise it's it's up there and I wouldn't call it expensive but it's not cheap and.

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"formby" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast

"Alliance hasn't got their act together before this while the remain campaigns can do what they can to advise and guide and a lot of the attention will have to be making sure that people have signed up to vote and turned out to vote, and I can talk about that a little bit later in terms of deadlines if people want me to, but it's really the parties that have it within the gift to do the deals about nonaggression packs. Maybe they will both stand. But one policy will agree not spend any money in that region to really allow the other ones to win. It's such. It's such a I was the only lived that spoke at the launch of the Progressive Alliance in two thousand seventeen ahead of the snap general election, and since then there have been a lot of more local agreements that have gone on across the whole country between greens and live domes. And of course, now, we've got changed you K in the mix and I saw the the renew posse. If anyone's even vaguely familiar. With them has now road in with changing K. But will either them give each other is not obvious because they don't have infrastructure. They have a proven record. They don't have a vote share that we can count on. So short answer is that will almost certainly be something. But the longer answer being that it is so incredibly complicated. It's difficult to know how to guide people without doing harm. And that's the number one rule of campaigning is do no harm. There's a great region by region. Explain it which will post on Facebook. You can find by googling strowman tactical. Voting for remain is and it is complicated. And it points out of one goal minimizing the UK Brexit posse very requires voting title for labor many places, but then there's also another goal which is boosting the sharing for main parties and support for the people's vote. We sort of demands the opposite and might be a better choice in certain seats. Matt do you do you think that this is a lot to expect voters even very cleared up voters remain voters? So I have to make all those calculations because the the sort of pro remained parties sort of having. Sort of sorted things out -solutely, and as as Niamey says with labor, there's the risk that you'll voting for your skeptics, and that sort of cancer to the whole point is stopping Brexit. And I just think labor is the most frustrating part of this situation. That's always always been eurosceptic, really. And labour are still trying to straddle both sides still trying to play to ordinances very follow politics. Even in a cursory ways naked now what they're doing. I actually think that quite enjoy a sort of level of trolling of the remained community. I think they enjoy provoking so-called centrists, or whatever, however, we would sell identify this room. So I find it medical straight saying, and I I personally cannot vote label. Jeremy Corbyn is in situ, regardless of Brexit, because I think there are other things that go on voting labour. Now that your enabling not just under semitism problem that I think a lot of remains will struggle to put crossing a labor party box because Jeremy Corbyn now, do we put that side in this one shop, you know, this this one time deal that doesn't effect him getting into Downing Street. Perhaps. I don't know. I'm not sure I could bring myself to vote labour at the moment, and I used to work for the party. It's very very hard. Are you mentioned the difficult for me to say that I think some it cool like that the septa can undermine which is you've got there. And he's been on the show a couple of times, you know, kind of exemplary remain a EMMY p and so I would like to vote for him. I would also lays at some have reservations about voting labor. And I would also like to support some of these other parties, which should I penalize somebody. I think he's very good at his job in order to show. On say the rumor mill for for what it's worth it's been. There's this split between the list for London. The NEC is inducing on the list that the general secretary Jenny Formby is interesting and the difference between those two is were sept- dance..

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"formby" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"formby" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Here on this Aloha Wednesday. Well, it's unclear how many guns are in Hawaii. This. According to a recently released report that says murders that evolved guns are lower in the state of the national average, but that's due to some strict gun laws. Stated attorney attorney general's office says there are about four hundred fifty thousand guns registered between two thousand seven two thousand seventeen by the records. Go back to the nineteen twenty is almost impossible to know. If those guns are around. Some parts of a helicopter found off the coast of Mullarkey are under investigation officials believed that the parts were once attached to a chopper that vanish October two thousand seventeen and instructor and a student pilot both died in that crash at Manoa helicopters agreed to pay the family of the students five hundred thousand dollars settlement before litigation was filed 'cause still not don't. Lulu new city councilman for the time being former city transit official Mike Formby sworn in on Tuesday. Me is being put to work right away. We'll share the public safety welfare committee, sit on budget, zoning and housing planning and executive matters, and Legal Affairs. Goodness during the ceremony. He thanked congresswoman Colleen USA release served as chief of staff for the past two years. Your thoughts and comments. I'm an open up. The phones could be our last conversation could be state of the union and much more topicality Richard Christiane joins us at the bottom of the hour. In.

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"formby" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

"So, yeah, I mean, I think finding a little project where you would be forced to use those or something like that, and there's no other way to do it. I think that would put you back you into a corner to were yet to learn at least a little bit. Yeah. Yeah, and I have done the first Gino cookbook thing. But I, I kind of fell off. I did. I went to the first few pages. I got the thing. Blinking never did it again. But yeah, I'll get. I'll get Get there. there. Thank project or the. Yeah, I think you've definitely have to have a worthwhile project to make that you know if that's a pain point for you than like, you got, there's gotta be something fulfilling about going through that pain to be able to learn that thing. You know, then also when you the three d. printing stuff, so you've how you've integrated so well into actual projects. I have three. I've had three eighty percents of giving them all away to ferns. I don't know what to do with them, and I haven't really had that three d print of like wows me. Like if I had like a like a form lab lab forms, Formby form lamb, board breath. He could have had one like that. I think I would take it a little bit more seriously because I just like the way that machine. I have more respect to that machine as a machine. Yeah. These other things have had been kind of like not necessarily pro level McKenna, just kind of kid stuff, and if I got my hands on a machine like that, I think I would take him seriously and then start to consider some serious parts that give me what I'm starting to notice the knife makers and some of the guys that do stuff on a on a bigger level. They, they'll mockup something in the three d. printers just to get an actual is Asian of it. And I liked that aspect and I could see myself using it that way and not necessarily using the finished print as my part. It's the, it's the demeans towards the end. Yeah, I, I mean, I think that's one of those things that you would your mind would probably just go down a million rabbit holes if you. You had that taste of how it would be useful for you? It's different for everybody. So you know if you've got that taste, I think he would probably end up it would become a thing. You always jump to to quickly prototype because you know, again, that's the thing that could be making a prototype over here while you're at the saw doing something else, or you know your welding or whatever. Trudeau. Yeah, your your ability to flip flop websites and jump in and out. That's something that intimidates the hell out of me. It's another thing like the coating. I, I look at a website. I'm just afraid I'm going to delete everything. I got a little bit of like a little bit of thing with with squarespace squarespace website. Now, in the beginning, I was able to do it, but then when my friend took over rearranged everything, I got intimidated again, I'm afraid to dig into it. And you just said you just moved your website from one thing to something else. In the product Lewis? Yeah. Oh my God. I wouldn't know what to do, and I wanna thank both of you because I still have no idea. How podcast. Where like where it's posted have noted. I mean, the trick is to you. Some, there's some things you you don't have to learn. You can, you know if you have the budget for you pay somebody else to do it, and that way you can focus on things that you're good at. I was a web developer for ten years, and so this, it's a skill. It's it's a, it's fading away for sure because there are certain things that I don't really remember or the the web world moves very quick. And so these new technologies? Yeah, and it does. I feel I feel way out of these technologies will will pass me by. And so it's like I've had a couple of recent, like my website has a list of brands at work on it, and it's like full brands that I'm like totally in bed with now that aren't on there like, hey, can you add a c- listen, like, oh, boy, that's like. Asking me for plastic surgery. I'm not sure if I could do that..

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"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"I'm on as he tie waited in the babas chair to get his beard trimmed two unknown men walked in his baba who asked not to be named explains what happened not they looked at it and say this is the that white car with sin by the door tie was put inside at the bank in the motogp logos go big they told you me are going to go explain everything to the police and then he was gone three years on and we still don't know where he is what is happened to him africa unity square is right in the center of some babas capital at this is where he tied them i came to the tension of the robert mugabe regime he stood alone in sleight of the mp's entering the parliament building holding a placard that read failed mugabe must step down it i wanted change and on the seventeenth of october twenty fourteen he and two other protesters handed delivered a petition to former president robert mugabe's offices asking him to step down philosophy of formby went with a us for any explosives anything even later because a lot of scanning after the content of the letter they can pick and they say is choosing us and was there ever response was was bitching the rs.

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"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"I'm on as he tie waited in the babas chair to get his beard trimmed two unknown men walked in his baba who asked not to be named explains what happened not they looked at it and say this is the that white car with sin by the door tie was put inside at the bank in the motogp logos go big they told you me are going to go explain everything to the police and then he was gone three years on and we still don't know where he is what is happened to him africa unity square is right in the center of some babas capital at this is where he tied them i came to the tension of the robert mugabe regime he stood alone in sleight of the mp's entering the parliament building holding a placard that read failed mugabe must step down it i wanted change and on the seventeenth of october twenty fourteen he and two other protesters handed delivered a petition to former president robert mugabe's offices asking him to step down philosophy of formby went with a us for any explosives anything even later because a lot of scanning after the content of the letter they can pick and they say is choosing us and was there ever response was was bitching the rs.

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"formby" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Bigmouth

"There's an honesty there because he can no longer be yeah i mean i always just prepared them in the wherever you see i am years let yourself so when he was indeed the george formby of pop my mongers of course they couldn't stay there expect him to stay there but i miss that i mean there's fear you know i think it's very last verse in the last line he says america and the golden age trump reference you imagine trust the politics to come around when you were trying to orbit the sun still pictures on the wall it might like i'm deepen thought but the truth is probably not if i ever was in the very last line is of than some things i should i shouldn't have done by stop loving you once and suddenly becomes a human being who has but he has gone mad which means we are rolling towards the sunny beach that is closing time chatter what were we talking about before we get hoof down to the marathon ma with three the red wine onto our coats and some promise sylvia well this weekend there's an event it's called the royal wedding and it just made me think about how you change when you when you become old air and you would hope so from when you were sixteen i was laughing to myself thinking was sixteen years of age when charles and diana got married and i was so appalled by of over royal wedding and indeed the monarchy fill stop off into the countryside with some of my older friends in scotland weeded all load of acid.

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"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Two year old razini is the youngest patient in this cholera tenant she's also battling you monja and his mom nourished her mother graciana bianca nurses have she's six months pregnant and overwhelmed nude or the damn tunnel madam even though i've been sick myself i've been looking after my child i wake up early and go to wash the clothes the child has made dirty because there was no one at home i waited for her father to return and that is when i was able to bring a here as one as resume graciana and her husband have two other children they came over two months ago when armed men from a rival ethnic group attacked their village under a still more refugees coming in most of formby to repugnance which is facing into communal clashes stubby so ballet and high young daughter now will make gisar a some of the recent arrivals they had a lucky escape auslin cut the one who attacked the cut one month on the neck another man's legs were cut and spread apart when we had them shot on we started running across the drc over five million people have fled their homes forced out by violence and hunger the un wants to raise nearly two billion dollars to help them the government in kinshasa says reports of displaced people are exaggerated where did you wrong like so many people here twenty two year old about trauma has to start all over again his wife three children and elderly mother chipping gin to build the new home it's a simple madhouse by the half together all the material by hand the wood is picked up from a local forest the mud is from the field around the house they have no hope of going back home this is his message to leaders in the drc much much more people are dying out.

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"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Two year old razini is the youngest patient in this cholera tenant she's also battling you monja and his mom nourished her mother graciana bianca nurses have she's six months pregnant and overwhelmed nude or the damn tunnel madam even though i've been sick myself i've been looking after my child i wake up early and go to wash the clothes the child has made dirty because there was no one at home i waited for her father to return and that is when i was able to bring a here as one as resume graciana and her husband have two other children they came over two months ago when armed men from a rival ethnic group attacked their village under a still more refugees coming in most of formby to repugnance which is facing into communal clashes stubby so ballet and high young daughter now will make gisar a some of the recent arrivals they had a lucky escape auslin cut the one who attacked the cut one month on the neck another man's legs were cut and spread apart when we had them shot on we started running across the drc over five million people have fled their homes forced out by violence and hunger the un wants to raise nearly two billion dollars to help them the government in kinshasa says reports of displaced people are exaggerated where did you wrong like so many people here twenty two year old about trauma has to start all over again his wife three children and elderly mother chipping gin to build the new home it's a simple madhouse by the half together all the material by hand the wood is picked up from a local forest the mud is from the field around the house they have no hope of going back home this is his message to leaders in the drc much much more people are dying out.

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"formby" Discussed on GSMA Basketball Podcast

GSMA Basketball Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"formby" Discussed on GSMA Basketball Podcast

"We're carmelo's notrade clause up at believe the contract with like five years with that is a little bit different everyone's being held hostage so when things get ugly it's kinda like we don't want you here and he's like well you gotta pay me and everyone knows her notrade clause to ruin knows he has to wave that to get trade at once you wave that than his big news nerve one knows that you don't want to be they don't want you and it just becomes a mass riot so i feel like i've i respect blaeker from for what he said about in a complete change them on about the hoping was really efforts by you'd never trait a no train cost you want a clipper for life but from the say i didn't put the notrade clause on there because i only want to be some were that once me so if you're if you're playing somewhere like they're like man which raid this cobb we put that notrade clause in there uh i really wish you win the did that right is not awkward got super awkward right so in every every what everyone knows you have a notrade clause maher like everybody's talking about like with mellos ii ah we asked the he's away with no traincars away from the train quasi away was no drink was always nurturing was over and over again that's all the room was talking about him waving is no trade laws ridiculous so yeah biggest the blake griffin i'm happy formby in on the piston's it's a good look to me personally like i'm asking to over the whole clipper thing just because that i feel like that whole clippers they need to be boot minute needed to be blown up a while ago there was an accident it was excellent anyway because cp three was supposed to go to the lakers play with kobi but david sharon was like 9 guys can't do that and make he gave them to the key gave him to the clippers and and the rest is history so with that i am gonna go and take a quick little commercial break when i get back mattel you guys about your favorite about your favorite stage that love our ball in his in his recent prediction i'll also give you a today in nba history along with the game and that usually watch bureau back.

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"formby" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"formby" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Deliberately because i like the talent of the story as a young create if mon kind of what can i do he wanted to be we've had some really nice correspondence from this charlotte harto hello do not if you will be doing england his mind again to speak by just thought i would send my thoughts anyway one major issue with england his mind is as will be articulate last week that the interest in parts over young morris his life would be the parts concerned with producing in performing the music which relate to define a generation of bedroom dwellers as for legal reasons this phone could not feature any of his actual words or music has therefore left as a disappointing exercise in sport the inspiration guesswork here he is breached by a manager he dislikes franchi mr shankley there is quoting poetry at a cemetery gates with linda sterling and so osirak cloud was extremely good in the role of morressy on especially got the singing voiced support on this couldn't make up for the end of anticipatory of the foam which felt was if was treading very carefully almost a reverential ground that excessive reverence was the second issue to this film in particular the idea of a young steven patrick was surrounded by strong spokane women who all adored him on over obsessively attracted to him in the case of one of his cowell workers was difficult to take seriously as a device find it kept me mild engage but imagine that it audience without any grinding in the smith's or morressy would find this film poli uninteresting well charlotte let me full of the up with this email address is from mark last week we could of viewing of england his mind which doesn't look like its troubled took time but i thought i'd send in review anyway i am not and never have been a smith's fun it's not that i dislike them or anything but i can't name any song on a doubt at recognize their music if i heard it i really love the foam it was the point at which a george formby chin melts into the sex pistols that i know is a huge grin on my face on it was really enjoying what i was watching the phone does that wonderful thing of making the lead carded two highly entertaining to watch while all the time newly must have been severely annoying in real life.

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