21 Burst results for "Ganger"

Nicole Byer And Sasheer Zamata

Ask Me Another

02:53 min | 5 d ago

Nicole Byer And Sasheer Zamata

"We have Nicole buyer and says, here's a made a hello. Hello. Hello So I was looking a little bit at your social media presences and notice that you've taken up. Roller Skating Hell. Yeah. Do weren't escape gang. Inline skating or traditional roller skates. Roller Skates you guys are in a class Nicole what was there and instructor. I. Came to teach. Very quickly was like their children they will not listen. Yeah. It was really like we couldn't be corralled or just like skating in different directions like now do this over here and she's like, okay, I'll help you this. I working on. This other thing you're. Right everybody wanted to do a trick immediately kind of thing like no one wanted to learn the basics. Well. So are you are you doing those tricks spinning around and stuff like that? Because I do think that looks pretty cool when people. Shoot the duck, which is where you crouch down and one leg is ended. Up with your arm that's advanced I can go forward for about. Three seconds. Yeah. You know. We're all at. Different. We're. All the different levels of like standing still. trueblue squeaking by we are having performance in October. Only, jackets. Team if you mentioned the Atkins. I would've ordered the jackets before the skates. Honestly. Do you have a team name that is going to be embroidered on the back of these jackets skate gang gang. Maybe to add one word to differentiate from other gangs no I pretty sure escape gang is not taken. So just go with it. I. Don't think there's any like actual people running around screaming skate gang as they roller skate I. Think this is it yeah. And you're not trying to state anything complicated. Game Yeah, it's true. So you both met at uc New York. In nineteen eleven. Wrong. And then started your own group together with another woman Yeah Dafa Ganger with. And why the name Dapo Gainer. Well, because when we started there weren't too many black women at UC and people would legit confuses for each other. Seems Wild because we don't look. We have different committed sensibilities, personalities and civilities. But yeah. We would and we wanted to make fun of that and laugh at and kind of right. Reclaim it. So we we called ourselves delegator.

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"ganger" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

04:49 min | 2 weeks ago

"ganger" Discussed on Balls! A Supernatural Podcast

"The illich soared to fill which means the devils Elixir volume two, and that was published in Eighteen fifteen to eighteen sixteen. There is a famous rumor surrounding. One of the president's dealing with adopt Ganger. Really yes. Supposedly Lincoln saw his own doppler Ganger at eighteen sixty. No Way It said that he saw his reflection doubled in the mirror side-by-side. So Weird and supposedly he saw his d'appel ganger three times in the mirror well. Now this didn't actually preclude his death. Because he didn't actually die until April. Fifteenth Eighteen, sixty, five, however Mary Todd Lincoln thought it was a sign that he ended up serving two consecutive terms since his reflection was doubled. He didn't obviously. He died before he could serve a second term. That didn't work out that it. Not to him, there's a commercial on Hulu. Or some show out even know what it is, but it's all these people who are like dead like famous people. Standing in this theater. There's like this one guy I don't know who is supposed to be like looks up at Lincoln and he's like I gotta get out of here in Lincoln's like. This is the worst theater performance I've ever been to. And the guy just like slowly looks up at him. Like are you kidding me? Oh, my goodness. If it's funny, it sounds funny. I gotta find what show. It is though cycle watching, too. So another thing that I had touched on back and skin was the idea of Zoroastrianism. which was the monotheistic cre- Islam religion of Ancient Persia, which was founded by Zoroaster in sixth century. And zoroastrianism kind of holds true to the Double Ganger theory because they actually have twins in the religion known as a horror Mazda. Or most who is the good twin, and then on or ammonia? Are on which is the evil destructive twin? So that's using that idea of the double Ganger, because they're exactly the same, but one is good and evil Some believe that if you see your Dabo, gang ganger it could mean that you so someone seizure, Dabo Gang, or not you obviously. It just means that you'll become very ill. Oh, no! Somebody sees her double Ganger. You'll become ill, but if you see your double Ganger, you're GonNa die by by so in norse mythology. The d'appel Ganger is known as the Vardar head to look up how to say that. Martin Gore of Ardmore or of our dober- and of our job remains deja Vu reverse. Oh, and this is where your daughter could have experienced with you. so a spirit with the same footsteps vote sent appearance. Overall demeanor actually precedes that person in a location or activity resulting in people believing that they've seen or heard the person before that person arrives so weird. She has told me a couple times that she's heard me call her name, and even making yesterday said that she heard me call their name and I didn't say a word I was downstairs, not even buy them..

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"ganger" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

05:13 min | Last month

"ganger" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"So this is this is essentially. Dapo, Ganger Cooper just folded space. To get to where he needs to be yeah. He just traveled via the lodge. A spiced. He didn't really need to do. I need the spice Malaj. nope. I still wonder if that's actually his hair a wig like did he grow it out I'm sure I'm sure it's a wig. Hard to do. Nothing but Dabo Ganger Cooper scenes for that amount of time, and then just cut his hair and then just go through because he's maybe. Maybe. It's extensions. It's something like that. Because you know, he's older, he's not gonNA hadn't luxurious of a hair. Okay, shit is about to go down right. And there you can really tell those are contact lenses. Oh, yeah, definitely, but it does even. Black beady eyes yeah, the black beady is he's. Right here now here's the encounter. We had no idea we expected Mr C. Meeting. Andy I was so worried for Andy Right here, right? When this happened, I just thought it was A. Yeah. And see now Naito. She knows he's here and she knows he's coming for her. So. It just got real. Yo Yeah, so everything and here's a james and Freddie McGregor fist in the slammer I. Wonder Rick Make Rubber Fists Fist Tingling a spidey sense, but in his glove sense. For. Maybe. She Kit doctor for that. Well he did, and they tried to pull it off in a pull the skin off. That's true. So. I kind of wonder now after that he's punched. Bob which he will do later in this episode. And Save the day. Does the gloves come off just off. Okay! You know because that was the purpose. Okay, so that you can act. Normal Handbag. Harry. Potter scar going away right. Got It? You know far. Be It for me to make a Harry Potter Reference Right now. Yeah not exactly the best timing for. Turfs can go screw themselves the.

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"ganger" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"ganger" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"To the sidewalk walked and I was making a face like what's happening. What are you looking at? What is this and I was just like look back there and then Josh looked and then he likes stared for for a few seconds like many seconds stop it? The cats are fighting. Stop it not during the story not during my story they really disrespectful of you and not during my I story so Josh looks at them and he's like he takes a second and then he turned back in his eyes were bulging and he was like Oh. My God is that Jeff Bridges and it was yeah and his dad is Jeff Bridges. That's Jeff Bridges was like people tell me I look like Jeff Bridges. I could be his d'appel. Ganger should go tell him that and I was like Oh my God and he went up to him and I thought he was something but he didn't he just got very close and started gardening and then he came back and he was like should I ask for a picture and we were like I mean like I am not going to tell you but he didn't die Paren- he was it was just funny because 'cause it was like the one celebrity one of a handful of celebrities that his dad would have been interested in seeing and he just happened to be right. There was a total crowd-pleaser for this everyone everyone was opposed to if you've seen like you know Michelle Williams the other one the other one. I don't know Williams even when you're saying the the other one I don't know which one you're referring to. That's Michelle Williams and then Joshua's that are like which one like who and you're like the one of Michelle Williams. which which one do you want it to be? It's really funny that even the other Michelle Williams neither of them is really all that far apart in terms of like level of celebrity not really when you think about it now like the other one could be anyone wouldn't mean they are very far apart in terms of celebrity for this podcast purposes. I think now I think for this this podcast purposes specifically. It's confusing when you say the other one. Oh I mean for this podcast. We could be bringing up either with ease. Yes that's what would I be but if you said Michelle Williams to someone depending on the context it would most likely be the the blonde one the blonde one yes the former girlfriend of ledger. Yes yikes do not how dare you categorize star of Fosse. Verdon thank you better clip where ah no fussy burden was one of those shows every time so I'll be like it's actually really good. I was like I don't care what you tell me about. Fossey Verte and I will never watch bossy for I watched one episode and I was like Oh. I never watched it again but like people are going to be like this set designs really good. It's it's like that's what you want me to watch burden for the set design. I thought them some tweet that was like everything in every set is like meticulously chosen and I was like I don't care what is so who is who is verdon. That's Michelle Williams I know but I barely we knew who falsely so but I guess you're not going to watch it so you'll never know that's GonNa go on. What is this clip? Oh no no. It's not even worth discussing if you haven't Michelle Williams getting frazzled over something because I feel like it's like Michelle Williams receiving a slap as far as Vernon and it's a very dramatic like it's just it's it's whatever look it up. Look it up Fossey Verdon slap don't know don't look it up now. I meant it. Just says tempers are flaring do you I could when how wanted you for Damn Damn Yankees. I'm sorry this is what she's doing her Maryland row thing up times a million yield bald all dancer a Wannabe Fred Astaire pick you up on my back. We visit the Clinton or you. Just there's no slap speaking of slap. I'd rather watch the slap than Fossey Verdon oh the slop ruled..

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"ganger" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

One Giant Leap For Geeks

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ganger" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks

"It's like it's in the background. But you see him doing hitting what the cameras focus on that. That's a good point. I did like I did like that. And there's some other just shot choices that he makes where I was like, okay. I like the one kill of once Pacific kill everybody in the theater that we were. They were like, oh, that's. Okay. You're not to tell me the spoilers. There's a couple like that. But I'm not sure which one referring to. So I I was really impressed with how. Well, the humor was balanced with everything that those good too because there are moments of like real stressful moments. There's when the father I approaches the family, and he's trying to talk them back. Like, I don't know what you're doing here, but you need to leave or whatever yada yada. And he can tell that. It's not really going the way that he wanted to. It's just a little moments of levity that they sprinkled Saudi just just crack me up like 'cause he's a very refined. Like highly educated. Like, man, he ain't on light who shit or whatever. But because he's in a moment of confrontation. He tries to be that way. And he's like he's like non intelligent to get on my property. Not a police are they? She just cracked me to fuck out. Because how he he's not like that. And we as audience Noda into just see him try to like get ghetto with them was just like it was it was it was very well. Yes. Yes. Yes. It was very Frist Prius. Not like, it was very fresh prints him trying to act tough and go. Well, let's talk because there's. I it was it was fucking who. He is he's totally and we kinda spoiled at teeny tiny bit in the in the intro to this with the whole high key joke. But there is a there is a moment where I mean, you see it in trail, you know, they get into the house. But there is a moment where the families trying to Dabo ganger is trying to into the family's house, and they find the high Deke and lupita she she says a line where she's like, oh, the the high key dukes like high too key. What kind of white shit like this whole theater? It was hilarious. And it was just little little stuff like that. It'd be this tense as moment where you're like all shit going down, and they would just throw a little joking there. But wouldn't you know, just the movie didn't come to a whole? And it's like now here's a joke..

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Lupita Nyong`o talks about her new movie 'Us'

Ellen on the Go

03:55 min | 1 year ago

Lupita Nyong`o talks about her new movie 'Us'

"You're doing to amazing movies. Yeah. I feel very lucky. Yeah. Really cool. All right. So we're going to talk about us in a minute 'cause the audience saw it last night. Yeah. So in happy belated birthday when was your birthday March first? Okay. And so what did you do? Well, I had a laser tag birthday party. Oh, yeah. In brooklyn. Let's say for then painful because you're yeah. Yeah. It does hurt yet. So I got about thirty of my friends together. And we went and played laser tag. I learned a lot about my friends. You know, I learned who I want in a time of war high side. Sounds fun. But yeah, it was a lot of when I heard you did something interesting last year. What did you do? I went on a ten day meditation retreat, a what wear. Yeah, it was outside of Dallas. It's a passionate retreat. I don't know where it was. It was like farmland you go there. And you know, you sign away your electronics, and and you promise to stay the ten days. And and it was the hardest thing I have done really. So from us, but you do you speak or you don't know is complete silence for ten days. You're allowed to ask questions at specific times of day. But it's you're not allowed to make eye contact with the other people on the retreat because the idea is for you to have a solitary experience and really just face your own demon. So all that silence note. No electronics, no music. No TV nothing. Just you and your thoughts. And boy did learn a lot about my mom. Yeah. That's amazing. Yes. Silence. Is a really pow. Powerful thing. I believe in that. So you how many people were there? I want to say we must have been about seventy. I mean, you can't really count 'cause you can't look at you can't get down three people over there. Seventy people writing. Okay. Yeah. That's really cool. And at the end did you like did you get to look at people? And then kinda learn about them or well, it was funny right before we started before us the silence is official. Some woman came up to me. And she was like are you the beat the long run? All this way to get away from right? And then afterwards, she came up to me and said, you know, I'm so sorry. I realized after this ten days that that was the one thing you were probably escaping from. And I appreciate it yet. He was probably the whole ten days going got him an idiot. Why did I do that the whole time? This choir self, oh today me. But I'm going to go up towards the end, and I'm gonna all she had going. All right. So let's talk about us. It looks so good. So tell me and everybody that hasn't seen it when it's about well, it's a nightmare from Jordan peels mind, and it is about Adelaide Wilson a woman who is riddled with this trauma from childhood that she cannot explain and she's on vacation with her family and their summer home in Santa Cruz, and she's convinced something bad is going to happen. And she's proven, right? When these four shadowy figures show up at the top of their driveway and their worst nightmare and sues and you play you play two different characters. Yeah. Very very different characters that must've been fun. It was incredible. I mean, it was hard work. Yes. Who it was hard work? And you know, 'cause they're very different. They are diametrically opposed to each other. But they are also connected. So I had to go to some dark places within myself to to find the d'appel ganger read of do a crazy voice. That was a lot of fun to create. Nate and. Yeah, I I enjoy the experience I spent a lot of time between take sleeping just trying to catch up with myself. Yeah. Because when you have a day off, the other character doesn't exactly. Yeah. Yeah. And you never meet your scene partner. Yeah. Which is a challenge from its own. Yeah. That's really difficult. So you're talking to someone sort of?

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Chinese carriers, Ethiopian Airlines suspend use of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft after crash

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Chinese carriers, Ethiopian Airlines suspend use of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft after crash

"Let's say get onto our top stories, then we're going start without developing news from earlier this morning regarding the airlines crash. The carrier has announced its grounding its Boeing seven three seven max. Eight jets until further notice China already declared it would ground its fleet of the aircraft type after the Ethiopian avalon's crash on Sunday. Bloomberg's Bella ganger has more now from Nairobi Boeing seven three seven max jet crashed Sunday morning, and he can in one hundred and fifty seven passengers and crew. The incident is the second involving the 737 max, which are the fastest selling jets. It happen. Airlines. Africa's most profitable carrier. Had offered for thirty of these jets July

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"ganger" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

13:26 min | 1 year ago

"ganger" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"It's been a while since Aaron Segers has been on coast to coast AM too long. Aaron thank you for reaching out to us. Yeah. Thanks so much for having me tonight. And I'm happy to be back times out perfectly. And and you didn't you could not have known that. I've always been interested in the subject to d'appel gangs. And and and what I think of what I perceive anyway is being something kind of hearkens back to a conversation. We had many years ago and coast to coast is is how often does like the convergence of a topic. It just suddenly starts popping up and just starts bubbling up and all these different platforms. And this is one kind of Jordan peels movie us was touching on that. And did you have a chance to interview Jordan Peele? I understand. Well, I have not actually spoken to him about this yet. However, I I like you I've seen this convergence of of this topic. It was just sort of popping up everywhere. And so I decided to research it and do a deep dive on it and published a story in the Hollywood reporter in Jordan Peele promoted that that article so that was. Quite flattering. So I touched on something close to his heart. So that's the reason I asked is that we had an a top of the fold here on coast to coast AM dot com was your interview with Jordan Peele on the film us. But you're saying, but you did but you had contact with him. And he was so I'm I'm fascinated by this idea when you talk about d'appel ganger, how are you defining the subject? Well, you know, it's interesting because I think sort of the modern definition of the Doppler ganger is really someone that is a double. I mean in pop culture right now, you know, we're seeing anyone that you watch a movie like the Princess which on net flicks. And it's a character that looks precisely like you or when you take part in sort of the twinning, apps or twenty and websites. It's you know, finding the celebrity that looks like your exact double of how we view it. Now, but the origins of maybe it's a shape Shifter. Maybe it's an entity or even a ferry or or per perhaps, it is a a spirit an omen of bad things to come like, you're seeing a version of yourself. That is a sign of bad things are about to default. You celebrate their. She like, I think that's to me. That's what I that was my original understanding of a d'appel gang is actually a projection of ourselves. And perhaps the scariest notion of that was it's a projection of ourselves that we cannot control. Yeah. So that's that's just a little different too. So that's the that idea that it's not just not just a harbinger of bad news or something like that. But it might actually be like a representation of the wrestling like a split within us and part of us is trying to break away, perhaps even distance themselves from the the then the spirit base or the body. You know, home of the of the of our soul, which is trying to get away from us for something that we're doing or not doing in our lives. Yeah. And that I mean, that's certainly is represented in in folklore. And so like so much of the mythology of the d'appel ganger. I mean, it's it is evolved over time different cultures sort of apply different meanings to it. But that is certainly, you know, one of the variations of it is that it is ourselves ourselves. It's are the one who goes twice. It is ourselves trying to break away. And I personally I am fascinated by the idea of, you know, certain Irish and Scandinavian folklore that that suggests that it could be something presenting itself as you not the pure version of you. But something presenting itself as you for nefarious purposes. And and how crazy is that idea that there could be someone that looks like you out there either trying to confront you personally or out there doing something. Quite bad quite villainous. And and you get the blame for it. Well, that's that's what I'm getting that too. Is that didn't that that concept of d'appel ganger, it may actually this the you that you're trying to repress and the this part of you breaks free from that. And so we perceive it as mischief, but it really is. Perhaps what are our desires unsubtly mated where we're actually doing what we wanna do. But we can't face that's kind of the idea of of the shadow self that I mentioned last hour with with young that we we are most obsessed with the that thing which we deny ourselves that part of ourselves that we're trying to hold back, and that may be the the legends of d'appel ganger starts from some projection of ourselves. And I and I even like, even as I say it, I know it sounds crazy. But like, you know, the story of of John done. The renaissance poet, John, you know, what I'm talking about. Right. So he has he in his own biography. Has a story of of of of his wife's d'appel ganger visiting him. When he was in Paris. She she appeared to him holding a baby at the same time that his wife was back in England. And that they had just lost a child she'd given birth to a stillborn child in England while he was in Paris. And suddenly his wife is standing there. A d'appel ganger of his wife is standing there holding a child, and and it was it was like a projection of her sadness that reached all the way across the continent. And he he saw it. I mean, I think it's the story goes he tried to speak to the woman, and then and then it was gone. And then only later on did he find out that the child hadn't survived birth. His wife did. So it wasn't like a ghost. It wasn't his wife didn't die in in in labor. But the but the child did. And that's how somehow that was how they connected over all that space that idea of Bilo Cassian aspect of the d'appel ganger. Yeah. And you know, there were stories along with that. I think it was the spiritualist Robert Dale Owen? He wrote a book called footfalls on the boundary of another world. This was in eighteen sixty and he he talked about that done story. He also talked about. A bunch of other like well-known people during the time that were experiencing their own games. And then the one that has most fascinating, I think it's perhaps right up there with done and ABRAHAM LINCOLN apparently experiences own d'appel ganger as well. But there was the tale of a schoolteacher name, Emily Seiji, and she was haunted by her d'appel gang over the course of sixteen years, and it wasn't. It wasn't a a moment of of of a bad omen or any kind of prophecy. But it was this woman that just was seen constantly around her and leads her getting fired from the from schools. I didn't know that like she had fired because of what the double ganger was doing. Well, and yeah. And like, it's it's not good business. When you're saying like, oh, miss Mercedes. I just saw you in the played. Ground. And now you're here, and that you know, the kids were getting. I hadn't really thought of it that way, but I had the weirdest experience day. I mean, I know this is not a double ganger. But, but I was ever had one of those moments where you see somebody, and you you register like exactly what they're wearing this guy had sort of an unusual outfit on and his boots were not tied at the ankle. They were loose the tongue was hanging out kind of fat from the from the boots, and he was stepping through slush on his way to a convenience store. And the I saw what I was looking. I was sort of see whether any slush would get down into his boots as he was stepping over. And I thought oh that would be awful and he didn't. But I mean, I noticed him and I registered to dislike that guy about literally lakes. I swear to you was like sixty seconds later, I pulled up to my parking space, and I get out and this guy looks exactly like. Him. I was like those cartoon takes Lulu can a moment and he had the boots on the whole bit. And he was walking in a completely different direction away from that convenience store. He wasn't like how did he would've had to have like run around the block to get back to where I saw. And I thought well, I must have had it must've taken longer than I realized park. But that was a really freaky. Like you have a twin to about a hundred yards in that direction. I didn't say anything because I thought he thought I was crazy. But. But you're I mean, those those moments like that where you see somebody. And then seconds later, you see them again. And I think what what is that about? It's not deja vu. Maybe let's Doppler ganger, or you know, what I think about is sort of this this very twenty first century. I guess version of the classic Dabo gang areas. I when I have those experiences. I almost kind of wonder like was there a glitch in the matrix. Yeah. Right. Exactly. We just started seeing the same character because you know, of a of a software bug, you know, right? I get the matrix exactly informed that that understanding a little bit. Of the idea that somehow they're just somehow the electronically controlled and somebody accidentally hit rewind or something like we're we're seeing that tape again. I I can't explain it. But it is truly freaky. I will look forward. To would we take calls coming up? I will really look forward to people talking about d'appel ganger experiences because I know that we're not the only ones who are interested in this. And this other people have to be experiencing it in some way, have you ever run into the whole thing where somebody says that they know you from something else. Yeah. And and sometimes people are so insistent about it. You know, you say, oh, no. I I don't think that's me. And oh, yes. I do have brothers. But they don't really look exactly like me or you. Try to be polite and say, no, no, I don't think that's me. But sometimes he so insistent about it that it almost there's questioning your own reality. Right. Maybe maybe you do know a version of me, right? I had used to call that camp face because for a long time. I was growing up people say, hey, can we go to camp together? Didn't you go to camp WADA Gami or whatever like Nope never been there? But that's where it somehow. And I thought is there, and this is a this is a totally separate thought from from Doppler gangs, and I want to get back to the Doppler ganger of classic myth, and and whatever pop culture research, you're doing on this too. But have you ever considered? Like, maybe there's actually just a finite number of ways in which genes can be rearranged. And so that there really aren't we aren't the the individual snowflakes that we think we are where there's nobody else like us. And maybe there's eight of us. Maybe there's you know, maybe it's a genetically speaking were a popular model. Maybe there's fourteen of us out there that really do. Look exactly the same. Yeah. And and that's actually that's an excellent point. And there have been I think it was Cornell University they had a neurobiologist that did some studies on this. And you know, we essentially have a limited genetic diversity. And you know, the sort of like, you know, notes musical notes, there seems like there's a lot of variety in there is you reach a point where things do just start popping up again. So you know, we it's it's kind of tied into the individuality of our species. I mean, 'cause you don't you may think your dog looks different than a lot of other dogs. But there are a lot less diverse human. So we do have diversity more diversity than other animals, but still there are limitations to the diversity. That's funny. Funny because you've got to figure another dog looks at a dog that we think is looking identical goes, what are you talking about? They look nothing like. They do. But. So anyway, so again, we're talking with Aaron sater's we're talking about d'appel ganger. So is interesting that Jordan Peele use that as a theme roughly, I haven't seen us. I really liked his Oscar winning movie, I thought it was great. And I love his I loved his comedy stuff. I think Jordan feels a true genius..

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"ganger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"ganger" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Your double ganger experience? I actually I moved into a townhouse row of townhouse apartments. And the first time I met my mail lady. She said that it was really strange that woman that lived there before me the same name as me and also had a son about the same. They just it's weird came down with breast cancer Wendell, the local hospitals, and when they pulled up my records to to blood work. They pulled off. I can't remember how they figured out that it wasn't me. But this woman had the same birthday is me and the same. And you're living in their former apartment it, right? And I would have thought that it would be like identity theft because situation, but not with what the mail lady had told me interesting, and I had to explain that to the medical community every time I went in for for retail store. I think it was a figured it out by the on colleges is different. Birthdates for exactly the same. That's amazing. Really? Yeah. Way beyond coincidence tests. I'm only going to move on. I hope it sounds like you're I hope you're better from the breast cancer thing. But I just want to get into a couple of people here because they've been hanging on as long as you have James is in Charleston, West Virginia on coast to coast, James, Heather. Yeah. My experiences about twenty years ago. I was very well known in my area in Volvo Kentucky at the time for being, you know, somebody who could hack, and, you know, do security work and so forth. And I'm watching the news. I see a guy looks exactly like main from surveillance video Jack putting ATM machines. Hacking ATM's and stealing money that was absolutely fine. That on me because man. It would be assumed to have that same said easily so interesting that you see somebody who looks like you, and you see it. Whereas other people see other people who are others are claiming looks just like them, and they don't see it Aaron we're running out of time. Your thank you James, a quick thought here is we get toward the end. Yeah. Just based on those last couple of callers, I find it. So fascinating the variety of calls, and how all of these things are reflected within pop culture as well. The, you know, the idea of replacement sort of the evil double as as James just said, you see that a lot and everything from, you know, Dr trek to friends to, you know, even to some degree like the movie black swan, so interesting that these stories are being told through popular culture. Right. That's very good. Colleen is in San Diego on coast to coast AM, Colleen. Yeah. For the longest time. I would be around out and about people will say, hey, I just thought they couldn't remember my neck, and then a friend of mine brought this TV cover of Annie Lennox any of your reds mix. It was like it was like law and in the early nineties. Could take my driver's license. And that's you know, driver's license isn't necessarily out. Right up next to that picture. And we looked identical and people called me Anne. I don't ever 'cause when Annie Lennox colored her hair bright orange. She looked like carrot top. So don't ever do that people calling your character up have to do prop comedy? That's nobody wants to do that. So you're that nobody nobody needs anymore that Colleen let me get to one of the person. I think we have Karen who's in Saint Louis, and we have time before the top of the hour. We gotta get out. Karen? Hi, good morning to you. Both Eddie you. Thank you. Okay. I haven't tried to talk fast. It gets to share time. I'm sixty four years old when my entire life from childhood, even as an adult, I have never seen my Dapo king or. People come up to me. They never say the other person's name. And I'm always in shots. I never can remember what who do you think I can make kissing me. They must be a great double ganger that somebody at least they're not doing drugs and stealing ATM machines..

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"ganger" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

13:37 min | 1 year ago

"ganger" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is a paranormal writer somebody who does research somebody who works with the paranormal media and travels across different platforms telling stories tonight, he's sharing them with us on coast to coast AM and you're sharing yours with him. First time caller line. Rachel is standing by in Pittsburgh. Rachel. You saw your d'appel ganger. I actually didn't see it. My mom. Tell me about it. It was like kind of it was like a shadow, I guess of a person. I was sleeping at the time, and my mom, and my brother downstairs in the kitchen on she was basing out the window. And I guess she saw me walking past. And my brother didn't see it. And she said who was that? That was Rachel and she they went and looked for me. But I wasn't down there. And they went upstairs sleeping again. The kind of fractured reality that what they call by location when it comes to to double ganger, pretty classic Aaron. Yeah. It's there was an author named Catherine Crowe who had a very popular book called the nightside of nature, and she talks a lot about d'appel gainers and talks a lot about this specific kind of people seeing this version that people while they're asleep in bed. Judy east of the Rockies in Paducah on coast to coast AM, Judy. Good evening. How are you? All tonight good tell us about your d'appel ganger question or experience. Well, I just a quick ditty about I was raised in the north. And I moved down south. And for the longest time. People would tell me, oh, aren't don't you work at so. And so on aren't you selling song, I'd say, no, no, not while you look just like her, and I heard that for the longest time. And then I just kept telling me, she looks just like you. Came up with the answer. Well, the poor thing her parents should have drowned her when she was. My question is I was wondering if what Saddam ganger said our physical, and right if anybody has ever done any kind of studies. To find out if they're genetically related. Oh, that's really interesting. So again, we're using Doppler ganger in this case is almost like body doubles as opposed to the spiritual kind of the people who are body doubles. Wouldn't that be great Twenty-three in meat experiment? You could you could split your twenty five bucks, or whatever it is in and sending DNA samples and see where you overlap. That's great idea. If somebody does that Aaron the thought. Yeah, I think it's really fascinating. And I I mentioned earlier there is a website called twin strangers where you can upload a photo of yourself in it searches a database to try to find your look alike around the world, and some of these people are actually meeting up, and I think that that is the next step if it's it's probably already happened. It just hasn't really been reported on yet. But it seems like this logical progression of of meeting. Your double is like how are we actually related? Dan is in British Columbia. He's a tasty in Victoria, not Vancouver. But apparently is the d'appel ganger capital of Canada. Dan. As I understand that you worked with your d'appel ganger I worked with my Dapo ganger one day. We I my Dapo ganger was a cook. And I was a waiter in this restaurant. I was in the kitchen area, which is was right by the front of the restaurant. I was having a snack and he walked out and talk to a girlfriend, and he had to come back in and finish in order. And I walked out and continued having a conversation with his girlfriend. Wow. Not even and and to this day thirty years, I still get people say, oh, you were doing. No, no, no. That's my d'appel. But like for people who are going through this right now, if they work with their Doppler ganger, I think the the idea of doing a cheap and easy DNA test. Then you both sending your DNA. And then having compared later on. I think that'd be fascinating. Who knows where that guy is that, you know today, but if you ever bump into him again. Grabbed him by the lapels and say, hey, let's experiment. Let's have an experiment. I see them all the time. And we never thought of it together. Right. Just that like we never even thought of it. But okay, very interesting. Thank you, Dan. Appreciate that. Somebody sent me a tweet on that guy named Mike Aaron wrote this. He said I knew what am I double gainers when I was in high school in the early eighties. He was four years older same first name. He said he this guy borrowed his gang. And the guy who look like borrowed five dollars from him. He said instead of pay me back the five dollars. He gave me his driver's license because he was four years older. So he must have already gone into renew his license. You guys not sure why? But here I was seventeen with an idea stating I was twenty one. It was good in any state have lots of new friends. Well, see there's an example of it. It can be it can work out in your favourite. Meet your your your physical, double Jane is in Essex Ville, Michigan on a wildcard line on coast to coast, and we'll get to everybody who's up on the screen between now and the top of the hour or the end of the show, Jane. Hi, Mr. planet. Hey, how are you? You're talking with Aaron Sagar's. Go ahead. Oh, I'm sorry. Oh, no. No, no. You also talking with me. But here's our guest Aaron sater's. Hi. Hi, Aaron yes, I'm talking about an incident that occurred over forty years ago, I'm sixty one and this incident occurred just after I graduated high school. And I had a friend who was house sitting for his buddy and his buddies mile route of town. So we went over to water plants and whatnot. And he says, Jane, Jane, he goes to show you something it he comes out, and he's carrying a girly magazine. And I said all you know, Murdy, I really don't wanna look at that. I don't have to look at. Opens it up to the letters to the editor in this girl had written in an article about a previous article that dealt with dressing up for your meek K. So she sent a picture of her all dressed up for her meat, and she had long dark waist length hair. Parted in the mental. She had high heels on fringe in a smile. And I would have said that that was me it looks like my identical twin, and I have been in like a forty year mission to try to find a copy of that magazine. Look magazine was it wasn't playboy. What magazine was I thought it was we make Zine high. But it has to it has to start out with letters to the editor where they'll put, you know, pictures that people have shot as opposed to professional, right? Right. Right. So there was there was something called the girl was it grow. I haven't. I haven't looked at girly magazine a very long time. But it seems to me. There was a thing called the girl next door. And that's where people would send in photos like that. And so that was I maybe that was penthouse maybe that was. I don't care. I wasn't. I didn't high society. I don't remember these swank maybe, but I'll tell you what here's what you do. If you go online, and you I swear to you there are there are people who deal only in vintage, men's magazines, and they'll have every edition ever, and they sell them for a profit. It's usually not that much I dealt with a broker who who worked in. I'm a true crime guy. Right. And I write a lot about true crime. And the I found a guy who does nothing but true crime magazines of era of every era. And if I have the the name roughly of the article or of the month, he can look it up in his database. So I know there are people who do that for for men's magazines, and I bet you if you go online, you'll find somebody who's dealing in that, and they could they could pin it down for you. Yeah. In in that that story. I mean, it's it's humorous. But it also it's kind of echoes the the story I heard of of the woman who had encountered her double in an adult film. And I think part of that is that you feel it can be funny, but it can also feel like you're you're being robbed a little bit of your identity because especially in like an intimate situation. Like that you feel like something has been taken from you a little bit. Even if it's not you seeing that double out there, especially in that kind of situation you feel exposed. Yeah. Something if somebody told me look at it here it could be gallery magazine. That they did girl the girl next door thing. Maybe it's not I don't know. But that's all I can tell you very interesting point though, Aaron didn't mean to get distracted. But you know, it was a cover. Wildcard line. Be am I pronouncing that right in Nevada? Be that's my initial. Okay. That's fine. I wanted to be kind of anonymous. Go ahead. So the guy that called in and this is really hard to talk about. But starting from when I was very young. We my whole family. I've had to watch all of them. Get killed and copied clone. Just like the guy that talked about that the ashes and the swimming pool, and I didn't know any of this until I was much older because I, you know, the type of drug that they use suppresses the memory. And so we would as children the way would happen was that we would watch the gruesome murder, and then the next day the copy would show up, and or you know, right or right after and we were so little that we would just go. Oh, you're oh, you're okay. And we would just believe that the person it's the same person, and we would buy, and that's their that's the way that they use to keep you bonded. You know, you by forcing the person to watch the murder. Causes them to just be so happy as a child that. They see the, you know, the all day just naturally, they are just so ecstatic and relieved at the state, you know, oh, it's okay. The person's there, you know, my friend didn't really die or my family member. But as an adult when I began into regression I began to remember all of this. And as you know, I had gone through my life without remembering any of it because you know, just you just thought that was the person, right? But not so none of the people you think of is your family members are the real family members. They're all doubles there there as some would say copies with a slight very slight variation. They have to make variations because the people that are doing this. They had they own them. They're basically, you know realize it, but they are very much own. It's a little off topic for what we're talking about. But I do want to just ask you one. So honestly, then do you get together with them? Are you still in touch with them my sisters? You know, I have three sisters. None of them know this. But me, I'm only one who's been through regression. Okay. So you're the only one knows who knows that they aren't who they think they are. And they don't people that are cloned most of them. Don't know it. They don't they don't because they won't remember all of the trauma. They just go on and through through it started and M K ultra they started doing necessary. I started doing it. Those were the reasons why they did MK ultra broke up. I I want to stay on topic to be before the because there's a lot of people hanging up. But that's very interesting being I'm sorry that happened to you. Cloned in chip like, the very first caller that we got when we first started taking calls about two hours ago. But I do want to get to tests who's in New York on coast to coast AM, west of the Rockies tests, are you? Hi, what's.

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"ganger" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"ganger" Discussed on KNSS

"And thirteen thirty k and s s. It's been a while since Aaron Segers has been on coast to coast a m too long Aaron thank you for reaching out to us. Yeah. Thanks so much for having me tonight. And I'm happy to be back times out perfectly. And you didn't you could not have known that. I've always been interested in the subject of d'appel gangs. And and what I think of what I perceive any way is being some kind of hearkens back to a conversation. We had many years ago and coast to coast is is how often does like the convergence of a topic. It just suddenly starts popping up. It just starts bubbling up and all these different platforms. And and this is one kind of Jordan peels movie us was touching on that. And did you have a chance to interview Jordan Peele? I understand. Well, I I have not actually spoken to him about this yet. However, I I like you I've seen this convergence of of this topic. It was just sort of popping up everywhere. And so I decided to research it and do a deep dive on it and published a story in the Hollywood reporter in Jordan Peele promoted that that article so that was. Quite flattering. So I touched on something close to his heart. So that's the reason I ask is that we had an on the top of the fold here on coast to coast AM dot com was your interview with Jordan Peele on the film us. But you're saying, but you did but you are in contact with him. And he was so I'm I'm fascinated by this idea when you talk about d'appel ganger, how are you defining the subject? Well, you know, it's interesting because I think sort of the modern definition of the Doppler ganger is really someone that is a a double. I mean in pop culture right now, you know, we're seeing anyone that you watch a movie like the Princess switch on net flicks. And it's a character that looks precisely like you or when you take part in sort of the twenty apps or twenty and websites. It's you know, finding the celebrity that looks like your exact double of how we view it now, but the origins of maybe it's a shape Shifter, maybe it's an entity or even a ferry or or per perhaps, it is a a spirit and omen of bad things to come like you're seeing a version of yourself. That is a sign of bad things are about to follow you separate there. Like, I think. That's to me. That's what I that. Was my original understanding of adopt gang is actually a projection of ourselves. And perhaps the scariest notion of that was it's a projection of ourselves that we cannot control. Yeah. So. It's just a little different than so that's the that idea that it's not just a not just a harbinger of bad news or something like that. But it might actually be. Like a representation of the wrestling like a split within us and part of us is trying to break away, perhaps even distance themselves from the then the spirit base or the body. Home of the of our soul, which is trying to get away from us for something that we're doing or not doing in our lives. Yeah. And that I mean that certainly is represented in in folklore. And so like so much of the mythology of the Doppler ganger, I mean, it's is evolved over time different cultures sort of apply different meanings to it. But that is certainly, you know, one of the variations of it is that it is ourselves ourselves. It's are the one who goes twice. It is ourselves trying to break away. And I personally I am fascinated by the idea of, you know, certain Irish and Scandinavian folklore that that suggests that it could be something presenting itself as you not the pure version of you. But something presenting itself as you for nefarious purposes. And and how crazy is that idea that there could be someone that looks like you out there either trying to confront you personally or out there doing something acquaint. Bad quite villainous. And and you get the blame for it. Well, that's that's what I'm getting that too. Is that didn't that that concept of d'appel ganger? It may actually be the you that you're trying to repress and the this part of you breaks free from that. And so we perceive it as mischief. But it really is perhaps what are our desires sublimated where we're actually doing what we want to do. But we can't face that that's kind of the idea of the shadow self that I mentioned last hour with with young that we we are most obsessed with the that thing which we deny ourselves that part of ourselves that we're trying to hold back, and that may be the legends of d'appel ganger starts from some projection of ourselves. And I and I even like, even as I say it, I know it sounds crazy. But like, you know, the story of John done, do, you know, the renaissance poet, John donne, right? So he has he it his own biography. Has a story of of of of his wife's d'appel ganger visiting him. When he was in Paris. She she appeared to him holding a baby at the same time that his wife was back in England. And that they had just lost a child she'd given birth to a stillborn child in England while he was in Paris. And suddenly his wife is standing there. A d'appel ganger of his wife is standing there holding child. And and it was it was like a projection of her sadness that reached all the way across the continent. And he he saw it. I mean, I think it's the story goes he tried to speak to the woman, and then and then it was gone. And then only later on did he find out that the child hadn't survived birth. His wife did. So it wasn't like a ghost. It wasn't his wife didn't die in in in labor. But the but the child did. And that's how somehow that was how they connected over all that space that idea of Bilo -cation aspect of the d'appel ganger. Yeah. And you know, there were stories along with that. I think it was the spiritualist Robert Dale Owen? He wrote a book called footfalls on the boundary of another world. This was in eighteen sixty and he he talked about that done story. He also talked about. A bunch of other like well-known people during the time that were experiencing their own Doppler gainers, and then the one that is most fascinating, I think it's perhaps right up there with done and ABRAHAM LINCOLN apparently experiences own d'appel as well. But there was the tale of a schoolteacher name, Emily Seiji, and she was haunted by her her d'appel gang over the course of sixteen years, and it wasn't. It wasn't a a moment of of of a bad omen or any kind of prophecy. But it was this woman that just was seen constantly around her and it led to her getting fired from the from schools free. I didn't know that like she had fired because of what the ganger was doing. Well, and yeah. And like, it's it's not good business. When you're saying like, oh, miss a Mercedes. I just saw you in the plague. Ground. And now you're here, and that you know, the kids were getting. I hadn't really thought of it that way. But I had the weirdest experience the other day. I mean, I know this is not a double ganger. So I'm, but I was ever had one of those moments where you see somebody, and you you register like exactly what they're wearing this guy had sort of an unusual outfit on and his boots were not tied at the ankle. They were loose the tongue was hanging out kind of fat from the from the boots, and he was stepping through slush on his way to a convenience store. And the I saw. What I was looking. I was sort of. See whether any slush would get down into his boots as he was stepping over. And I thought oh that would be awful and he didn't. But I mean, I noticed him, and I registered it dislike that guy about literally. Like, I swear to you. It was like sixty seconds later. I pull up to my parking space, and I get out. And this guy looks exactly like him. I was like we'll put those cartoon takes Lulu can a moment and he had the boots on the whole bit. And he was walking in a completely different direction away from that convenience store. He wasn't like how did he would have had to have like run around the block to get back to where I saw him. And I thought well, I must have had it must've taken longer than I realized park. But that was a really freaky of like you have a twin do about a hundred yards in that direction. I didn't say anything because I thought he thought I was crazy. But but you're I mean, those those moments like that where you see somebody. And then seconds later, you see them again. And I think what what is that about? It's not deja-vu. Maybe let's Doppler ganger, or you know, what I think about is sort of this this very twenty first century. I guess version of the classic Dabo gang areas. I when I have those experiences. I almost kind of wonder like was there a glitch in the matrix. Yeah. Right. Exactly. We just started seeing the same character because you know, of a software bug, you know, right? Yeah. I get the matrix exactly informed that that understanding a little bit of the idea that somehow they're just be somehow this is some electrically controlled. And somebody accidentally hit rewind or something like we're we're seeing that tape again. I can't explain it. But it it's truly freaky. I will look forward to when we take calls coming up. I will really look forward to people talking about d'appel ganger experiences because I know that we're not the only ones who are interested in this in this other people have caught to be experiencing it in some way, have you ever run into the whole thing where somebody says that they know you from something else. Yeah. And and sometimes people are so insistent about it. You, you know, you say, oh, no. I don't I don't think that's me. And oh, yes. I do have brothers. But they don't really look exactly like me or you try to, you know, be polite and say, no, no, I don't think that's me. But sometimes he was so insistent about it that it almost starts questioning your own reality. Right. Maybe maybe you do know a version of me, right? I had I used to call that camp face because I for a long time. I was growing up people say, hey, didn't we go to camp together? Didn't you go to camp WADA Gami or whatever like Nope never been there? And but that's where it somehow. And I thought is there, and this is a this is a totally separate thought from from Doppler ganger, and I want to get back to the Doppler ganger of classic myth, and whatever pop culture research, you're doing on this too. But have you ever considered? Like, maybe there's actually just a finite number of ways in which genes can be rearranged. And so that there really aren't we aren't the the individual snowflakes that we think we are where there's nobody else like us..

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"ganger" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"So are you ready to jump in. This interview with Lisa ganger 'em so ready and really excited. We get to chat with her. So for those of you guys who are not familiar with Lisa Gungor, first of all, she is one half of the band Gungor with her husband. She's a singer and songwriter. She has a beautiful voice in addition to being a singer and songwriter, she is also an author. She just wrote her first book. It's called the most beautiful thing I've seen it is a really poignant memoir of her life and some of the challenges that she has faced. We're going to talk with her further about that now. All right, Lisa. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. Great that you and I, I knew who you were for a long time because I was a huge fan if your music but unite men on. Israel. Is that right? I think that's yes, it is. Right. And I didn't know that you were a fan of the then. Cool. Nothing and acted like, I didn't know Ecorse. Okay. So you just wrote your first book, right? This was your first book. And it's called the most beautiful thing of seen opening your eyes to wonder. It's a beautiful memoir journey. Faith it is. I feel like it is a tale of fending hope again, and I think what you did so. Well, in your book is obviously there details of your story that are specific to you. You know you, you had a journey becoming a songwriter. You had this journey of. Really interesting relationship with a husband who you also create music with you. Guys had an interesting arc of of faith kind of remolding in rediscovering. Then you had a child with down syndrome, but I feel like like I don't have all of those specifics, but you're discoveries in the book was so relatable and so universal..

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"ganger" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Television stepped on your d'appel ganger Wilford Bramley, we're gonna pay. What am I giving blamed for stealing the TV? I watched the stolen TV. But I I actually wasn't there. I'm like, I well, I don't know. This don't seem to mean much now. But are my fingerprints on that television set think you protest too much? Alumnae? Did you see my magnum opus Everyday's extra is now New York Times bestseller? I was thinking I could extend my book torn visit some former constituents in worse. Esther Leo minster, why Kester Agawam to copy in holyoke gird. My I could take this book to number one. I hear they're having a big book signing party at flory in Holland. Madam President bright or east somewhere. Thanks, Howie in grace for fun time at the biggie yesterday to Howie nation, if you've never been to a how ingrained showing go you will not be disappointed Grace's super sweet. And how he is very down to earth guy, not a beautiful person and grace. I hope Elizabeth Warren didn't leave anything on your shoulder. The bird. Treated both. Grayson I with proper respect sorta will he didn't do anything bad on our shoulders. Let me put it that way. And yeah, we were happy to share our food. We got a lot of good food. And I have a lot of laughs at the biggie yesterday in west Springfield, and well was like going there and look forward to being back again next year. That was your last message. Thank you for calling. Howie carr. You chump? That's it for the Trump line today that Trump line is the.

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"ganger" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Base camping, our interoffice chat. Slack go ahead. Sorry. Yeah, it's like it's just like, I didn't mean to go into that too much, but it was. I got to watch a movie called enemy which went on Netflix again, or maybe I just discovered it on Netflix again and it's by a cool director, Jill Jilin all by villa, Neil. It is. That's exactly and Denny villainy ill. I will not spoil it. It's it's a strange movie that handles the d'appel ganger thing and also psychological issues out big, really interesting. It's really, really cool. It has one of the most shocking endings not in any kind of gory or like, you know, it's, it's it's more just like. Whoa, whoa. Def. So yeah, definitely worth the chicken that totally unrelated to secret hidden planets behind the sun. But there was a response to Michelle's mentioned of her slightly unusual taxman by Tom, and he says, you know, just the other night I watched movie from nineteen sixty nine that worked on the premise of just that a planet exactly opposite the sun that matched our orbit and was thus undetected that craziness seems to pop up. Occasionally. I know it's an established belief in some conspiracy circles was just amazed to see it premised in an old kaija movie from the sixties. It was attack of the monster, which is actually one of the Godzilla vs Gammarra yes, you know the Gammarra being the giant turtle, and here's the description. This movie from Wikipedia Ocoee and Tom explore a portion of the alien city and meet the planets, only inhabitants to beautiful women in Barbarella and flora Bella explained that their planet known as Tara orbits the sun directly opposite the earth, which is why has never been. Discovered by earth's astronomers. Furthermore, terrorists is facing extinction not only is the planet growing cold, but the space guy owes. I'm not sure what that is are taking it over and the two women are the last of their kind are. The guy does the the creatures I think. So I thought they were Kyrgios though the knife headed monster, which the Tarrin's call guy. Ron is their latest defense against the space. Guy owes. Oh, guys, guy owes. Yeah, our way is this, is this correct? Let me make sure I'm on. What is this Godzilla Wicky. The guy goes in camera. They are like terrorists oars or back creatures. Oh, cool. That's really cool. Though. They have Arrowhead arrow shaped heads and leathery wings with three claws on each talent feet. Each talent..

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New facial recognition system to be used by Tokyo Olympic security

Kentuckiana's Morning News

03:49 min | 2 years ago

New facial recognition system to be used by Tokyo Olympic security

"Good morning head is. Morning news six sixteen Tom, rivers joining, us from London for. ABC news and Tom my son just got back about a month ago from China where he was telling me about this facial recognition system going on and, how they found a guy somebody does a criminal activity in seventeen minutes and everybody they're going. To have their whole nation covered by this recognition security system here, in the next probably two or three years and now we're going to have it in the Olympics used by Japan for the Tokyo winter games what's going on here how this happening yeah exactly yeah you know yeah you're absolutely right oh there's a host of questions about facial. Recognition out amongst the public in. Fact there's been tried over here, in the UK and a lot of people are very. Miffed about that if you haven't done anything you know don't don't do that but this is kind of apples and oranges is this kind of a different system that they're looking at for the Olympics. In Tokyo Oh in just two years if you've covered eighties Olympics you know that getting ready to. Be can be a real, hassle logistical, nightmare a lot of. Time and they're going to try out this new system developed by any seconc in Japan whereby you gotta show up and say hey Screen Let's. Tony you can go through And it's for, the athletes the media official staff all of the people that have to be at the various, venues over forty venues in Tokyo and we'll see how it works out and hopefully it will speed, things along also can be very very effective in eliminating. Entry with forged imposed as well so this is only going to be, for accredited people such as, media. The members. Of the. Committees etc and athlete exactly exactly why are they doing? This, just. To just expedite, thing, yeah exactly they say, one four a security. Angle it it's, it's very effective. And number, two it's, very efficient they've done you know time and motion, studies people going, through these, things and then having you know like you going through a another checkpoint where the human. Being that's gonna, check you out, check, your. ID check your bags etcetera etcetera and they say it's at. Least two. Times if not more Faster than. Just going through, human being so. Yeah out, of these, algorithms work I mean I mean a lot of people look a, lot alike, you know everybody's got a d'appel ganger so to speak they say I mean how this. Is gonna work, are there nuances, with, your. Facial expressions that kind of thing that also works here employees You know that's a great question what if, you have, an identical, twin something of that nature. What if you know you went down? In eight ten pizzas after you took your picture Yeah He didn't have a. Beard now you have a beard all of those. Questions you had. Glasses you don't have. Glasses all of those things have to be thrown into the mix and they're gonna look at that and, say, Yep these, are you, know, bizarre snag. Problems we got twenty problems here and they're gonna probably work through the. List and and if this thing does, work guess what we're going to be seeing this at other events down the. Road you. Bet all. Right we'll see what. Happens thank, you, Tom appreciate your time this, morning Tom, rivers ABC news from. London joining us here in Kentucky and morning news at six nineteen and NewsRadio eight forty w. h. s. men and women have different caloric, intake but also how we process our food is different as. Well Sherry Preston is going to update us on what you need to know male or female when it comes to what you'd nibbling on at about a quarter Tillis morning Kentuckians. Warriors Paul Rogers has sports coming up in just a, minute but first Catholic weather on the tense right after world Clark gives us the. Headlines. Thanks. Tony here are the stories we're following a bad earnings are for robbing. Papa John's to, say Some more, stuff new Albany remembering.

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"ganger" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast

Young House Love Has A Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on Young House Love Has A Podcast

"It can feel much more like your teetering we have just counter heights tools here and they don't honestly seem that much worse than a regular chair right no and we haven't them at the beach house and everyone's like kids steady yet gets four legged stools we've sat on three legs stills at restaurants and bars and john and i are selves vol enough them so as long as you get a nice sturdy stool and its counter height it's not that much different from a table chair anyways go to the show take the poll and now sherry we may get to the section that you have been looking forward to all this episode is a very special one because we have none other than chad john's instagram ganger he's actually an underwear model people deeming me on instagram and saying why aren't you talking about john being and underwear model and they'd send a picture and the underwear which didn't help was called tommy john and so everyone's like it's obviously john spoiler it was not me who is not john you guys and saying like a high year right but it escalated and then someone's somehow found him on instagram and he's a guy named chad rhody and the crazier turn of events is not only as an underwear model and everything else model because he's keeps popping up everywhere but he builds stuff he's a builder he and his dad travis ona company in texas and they renovate old homes and build new constructions and even build furniture it's a crazy funny compare jason to actually go in the journey i feel like you should go to the show notes and click the link there's one archived insta story that will take you through the like ha ha this guy modeling under it looks like jon through the we found him his name's chad and then chad starts trolling us which is really funny he starts posing for pictures looking just like john like even wearing the same outfit holding the same piece of paper same pose same sneakers it's so hilarious more mobley pose than i was able to pull off i will say i mean it's like the the well lit modeled version of john's pose more like six pack version you should go to the show notes maybe even pause this and look before you hit us interview 'cause you must understand the similarities before you dive into this this conversation right and everyone's dino if he sounds like john so i can't wait to get him on the phone and see so we're just going to give him in his data call hey that's how high java's what's up guys i need you in sound exactly like him i thought he might be like the twang eversion can now be texas john in addition to being what not john and underwear john i think are all the nickname of earned over the last couple of months yeah this last days then a little nuts where are you got sucked into this thing the vortex it's hilarious you know it's had no clue what was going on obviously i really didn't know what was going on for a long time sherry manages our instagram account so this was like all her and i barely knew what was happening oh yeah i started getting messages i guess radway after somebody saw they're like hey you got to check out young house love their instagram's stories and house i was this have to do with me and then saw a picture with me celena grill annals like what's on here for you know and then just follow along and then started realizing what was going on because my count for a long time private just up until i guess a month or two ago so i don't know somebody found me because then it's not probably more what but anyways yeah it's been great fun and all the all messages that received and everything have been so great and they've kept me up a little bit late in that we're replied back in answer but it's been a lot of fun we've very much appreciate you being a good sport about it it is kind of funny i will say over the years of us blogging we've been blogging for about eleven years and i've been compared to various people like they've seen someone like in a band that looked like me or one point someone thought i looked like the nerdy guy from the petsmart commercials so i will take the underwear model comparison this surprised the most flattering one.

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"ganger" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Muscles to diplo muscles so he tended to be pretty doable for that reason and then you also work the d'appel ganger angle an awful lot whether it's athletes currently with athletes from the past but the one you had it might have been today or yesterday with peyton manning going with the steve grogan d'appel ganger post that just showed up you basically have an old tops trading card of steve grogan and your i believe time travel is real because in twenty nineteen peyton manning will grow a moustache and return to what is it the eighties is steve grogan i cannot believe that particular photo how much grogan looks like peyton manning you just have a catalog your own trading cars that you roll through and you get sparked with these thoughts how does that work i have a lot of things stored in my memory from decades of misspending all my leisure time on this on this dumb stuff and then i scour i scour the nether regions of the internet cress so things come to me but think about that painting manning steve grogan connection you know grogan heaven deck role why do we about twenty eighteen peyton manning he's he's got the neck issues oh i you know maybe onto something there you know he may have found the delorean and eighty eight yeah and then just to kind of provide and paint the picture on how you work pop culture in i saw the tv dinner post the other day and this was one that i sent to the co host of one bills live where you basically say one great thing about the seventies is everyone pretty much ate like a hobo dig into this and you can almost hear the train engine and it's an old swanson tv dinner in the aluminum foil tray and it's beans.

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"ganger" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"It probably happened when i did west side story in stratford and it happened again when i did once in in in new york which was what i would say was a perfect musical and the perfect part at the perfect time for me so but i've had a lot of those experiences i actually do believe that we are given the perfect parts in the perfect show at the at the perfect time whether it's you know strumming a guitar as jimmy buffett's doppler ganger in margarita villa were being depressed musician who has no success in once you know we're all looking for that really powerful thing that takes everything we got like the nhl final why feel like you have just devoted everything you have to your work and i you know i i wanna make sure people realize the kind of sacrifices you make your body your voice the spray ten and there's another sacrifice just before you go i'll talk about which is that you are a sauk aficionado you are a sock in whose east who has to wear flip flops now in margarita ville that's got to be another sacrifice that you've made that was the that's the longest thing to sort out in the negotiation contract for sure great talking to you paul good luck with the rest of the run he to very nice to talk to you paul alexander nolan stars in the new jimmy buffett musical escaped to margherita ville you can see it now on broadway for more cbc podcasts goto cbc dot ca slash podcasts.

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"ganger" Discussed on Successful Dropout

Successful Dropout

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on Successful Dropout

"Woo this community is breaking out flyers the innovators the rebels those dare to buy the status quo step off the conveyor belt and claim the best version of their life i'm your host kyle ganger welcome to the movement that is successful dropout as successful dropouts i am very proud and excited to announce that the new successful dropout website and forum is now live imagine having the successful drop out facebook group but on a platform of our very own built by successful outs four successful dropouts go to successful dropout dot com forward slash forum to register a free account and introduce yourself to the community there you can trick out your personal profile join in discussions with other members about everything from entrepreneurship to career building to self development and much more this is our own space on the internet where we can learn from each other support one another and continue world domination i'm in there all the time and plan to see you there.

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"ganger" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Yeah yeah that's something that i've been down with they want what you're good at basketball that normally means scoring a lot of points guys get so used to that so it's kinda hard to imagine somebody being as good as you were with the size that you had but always be looking at it from a standpoint of other people not just yourself i think it has something to do with more on personality to strategy and what i mean by that is i feel as though that you've been go further just things this thing about fight somebody slaps you yeah it's going to hurt it's gonna sting but somebody punched you going to hurt more each finger is a position if you open at hand yeah i'm off are you know you got that ring finger which win ring on it or you know any other type of jewelry you wear but when you clothes that fit when you call them that hand you make that fish is harder it's together everything we don't coincide one it's like we gotta tournament basketball pulling the chain and to me that's how i see i see as as as a car engine it's all pulling chain we all pulling each of it so if i'm down i know my teammates going cheer me up off the court but if i'm out on the court and i'm you know say i'm missing ganger shock who will i got these other guys who can make it up for me and vice versa you know shoot you could be good score boat but say you were say was trash on decent will if you playing with me.

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"ganger" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ganger" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"We just have plants growing in the shape of trees which i actually think is a better explanation it's heavily implied that she turns into one of the plant trees insurance received green spouting out of her arms but we don't actually it isn't actually confirmed that that's what happens the biggest what is the point being though she accepts her her fate steers into that particular curve and you can't really describe the feeling that she has as a self destructive feeling it's more of a coming to terms with with how it will how the world has changed and in other something kind of beautiful about the decision that she makes it's not a horror like to win about these death for example jennifer jasonleigh against the malang about selfdestruction and all the way through selfdestruct like marriages fall apart and and you know we let jobs khromova drift away from us than but it's also i think was also cairo since may selfdestruction is an illusion destruction self has kind of an illusion of a treats portman characters and sell your biologists who opens with about how everything living came from a single cell and and and this we go to space where things merged that to our reality should not be merging and kind of a coming back together of these things that have separated like maybe just the idea of separate organisms and sell is kind of an allusion it's it's kind of a disturbing and also in a strange way can a heartening notion to deal with an in and that ultimately manifested in that dabo ganger at the end as well it's it's i mean i i don't know that is necessarily a film that benefits from being put on a spreadsheet and say this means estimates means that but that's that's those are things were on my mind while i was watching the snowman afterwards in a film like this that operates both i very intellectual basis here are a bunch of symbols and here are the ways we are expressing it abstractly i think there is a tendency to kind of like fight against itself to fight against its own version of the expression because you do have some very specific very clear things that he wants to communicate but he wants on one state committee.

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