23 Burst results for "Gaz Gaz"

Python Apps That Scale to Billions of Users

Talk Python To Me

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Python Apps That Scale to Billions of Users

"Julian welcome to talk by enemy. Thank you it's great to have you here. We've got a bunch of fun stuff to talk about. It's really interesting to think about how we go about building software at scale and one of the things it just under a how you feel about reading your book. I feel like you must have some opinions on this. But when i go to a website that is clearly not a small little companies. It's obviously a large company with money to put behind professional developers and stuff in you click on it and it takes four seconds for every page load. It's just like how is it possible that you're building the software with so much. This is the face of your business is sometimes they decide to fix it with front frameworks. So then you get like a quick splash of like a box with owi and then it says loading for four seconds which to me feels no better. So i don't know. I i feel like building scalable. Software is really important. It's still people are getting it quite wrong quite often. I'm in it's all it's all also. There's a lot of things to do when you do that. Which lie right kober call for sure that also going to be able to mature everything like win there. Somewhere the be It's not easy bar like writing code and facing berg's is dominant. We all know to do that. But then if we are asking us up to one of the things that i as an example with profiling. While if i were to ask you more like i want you to tell me which parts your code is using some of the view. You're gone gaz. Uganda probably do a good gas. Most of the time but for real you don't know you have no clue until you actually look at. The data was profile or any two for being that will give you information.

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Tennis Player to Watch: Evan Furness

The Mini-Break

03:14 min | 8 months ago

Tennis Player to Watch: Evan Furness

"Guy. I want to talk about today. Who i think has been if not the best player one of the five best players at the it level since the start of the twenty twenty season. And that's evan furnace who you look at his career trajectory for those of you. Who don't know about edmund furnace furnace twenty two years old going to turn twenty three in the frenchman had a career high in the junior rankings of number thirty six so again. That's not gonna blow you out of the water right. Furnace was in this junior slam champion. Who much was expected of. Yeah he made a third round of junior wimbledon in twenty sixteen lost his devan. ac- pass. Yeah he made you know play. A bunch of the junior slammed had good enough results to become a top fifty junior in the world. But how many top fifty. Former top fifty. Juniors in the world have never heard of pro circuit. The answer is quite a few and you know for furnace. It was steady linear progression. You look at you know. He played his first pro tour match all the way back in two thousand fourteen when he was you know a i think sixteen or fifteen or sixteen years old played. One match. Didn't win it. You know you start to look at as he went through the years in two thousand fifteen he was able to play twenty matt or twenty one matches when eleven and ten. That's he's in twenty sixteen. He goes sixteen and thirteen. You know so again. steady progression. His first full season as twenty seventeen. He goes forty two and twenty eight in pro events during that season now he did not believe make any pro finals at twenty seventeen season but pretty quickly found himself making the jump off to To playing a full time to schedule you look at what he was able to accomplish. A four evan furnished during his first few seasons twenty eighteen he makes his first two It finals he bought ends up winning in portugal. Next up david gaz in cameroon. In the end of november he ends up losing two skandal mansuri than hong kong. He ends up knocking off. Julian lens makes another final during the twenty thousand nine hundred season although it is safe to say twenty nineteen you look at the results. Furnish was able to put together. That season You know relatively unsuccessful compared to previous years human thirty three and twenty nine during that twenty nine nine season now during that twenty nineteen season. I believe he also played his largest amount of challenge matches and challenger level events. He really struggled during one thousand nine hundred eighty play you know. You look in his career in his cert- currently six thousand nine hundred nine in challenger events during the course of his career during that twenty nine th season he played i wanna say ten challenger matches and i believe he went to in two hundred eight in those ten challenger matches so that's why his record fell a little bit. He started to try to make the jump at the end of twenty nineteen but then in twenty twenty in the midst of a pandemic given it was very difficult to find playing opportunities. And if you were in the vomit zone three hundred five hundred which normally you probably get into challenge qualities given the limited playing opportunities. You're lucky to find futures events to play last year. That's what a furnace had to spend a lot of time doing and guess what that is. Where evan furnished thrived. You look at what he has done. Since the start of the twenty twenties

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"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

"You naturally feel in in these situations wanted. I competitions whether they're worrying about the current situation now all whether you're taking more slightly more dangerous vocation. Let's say that starts the reality. There's things you can do things in your control. And there's things out to be controlled so I always chose to focus on the controllables and for some people right now sitting at home. That's what you could do where you could run what time you go running. Absolutely they don't have to be they don't have to be big life changing you know scenarios where decisions sometimes the smallest simplest things that exist right in front of your buys on your day to day when you gather control of all of those things around you. Then it's almost like you can protect against the things that are out of your controls. It's like getting your house in order is in it absolutely that is it's an art shell. That's the great great illustration Martin. Ya got one final question for you. We are the same we ask everybody. We interview the same question. I'm afraid it's running one good right six months perfect training any like to do things well and you're GonNa Bang. I one single mile at a as fast as you possibly can. Yeah Yeah what time do in. Soma money's used to work in the metric system kilometers. But I I am one run one point six K if you want. Yeah now so so one miles so. I'm eight kilos heavier than I used to be doing it. Come on you try to frame your answer. Better perfect preparation. I'd love to run a five minute five and a half minute month. Let's say five five twenty five twenty two seconds. I'm no Martin. I'm going to go with five twenty. Yeah if you'RE GONNA Shave get as if you get a budget at the last minute. Everyone loves a little bit creek to create one ways a little bit faster until you keep. Jimmy stop now Jimmy but yeah now. I'll I'll go five twenty in good hands actually five twenty so we've asked hundreds of people the same question over the years. Andy badly and Mo Farah top. The marathon taught listener table with their with their three or four day. You're not quite highly gebreselassie. That at three fifty five just going to. Scroll Down Piji. Bit Forced Quentin brings you in with Olympic bronze medalist Kelly southern yet. She wouldn't take any prisoners. Ed Caesar who writes for wired and who followed Elliott Kip. Toga doing his breaking too so yeah. One of the world's top ultra runners be bigger interesting interview Karl Meltzer otherwise known as goat spent spent time in the mountains running very fast on his own car be good interview so he also said five twenty so there you go. How about that Martin? I am a tractor. Not a Ferrari Alco forever but our fast and saying shifted. I'd say I'd say I'd be Denault. I last summer ran a mile. Flat-out guys. I did five twenty six so I think we'd have a good Set TO BE FUN. I blow a gasket right now. We're talking six months perfect practice so give myself all right listen. It's really good to chat to you. Thanks thanks for having me more than coming on the show. I really enjoyed it. Point to your website Doritos UK so D. U. R. At US UK DOT COM and or discuss during this underscore GAZ on instagram than Yappy greater guess contacts yet we'll put a chateau On the show. We're putting people to your social in websites. Also you podcast. Must've May I really enjoy? I've listened to a couple of injuries on. Yes I really enjoyed it. Yeah thank him. It's called the data's mind pod that's right. Yep that's why you better cutler of really interesting ones doc Dr Fergus. Conley recently here. You're going yeah performance leader. You've had one or two with a few former colleagues which has been interesting as well. So yeah right stuff. Thanks a lot Martin. Thanks appreciate shouts out But it's been it's been great speaking to you as a. We've spoke about this before a lot of common ground in the way we think and We we we'd but everyone's a bit weird really. Thanks me right. That's it for another week. Mark Up to mostly staying home. I imagine mostly staying in probably going to be doing some running. It really is at times like this. That you're running is such for me. It suction fantastic par day. You know I love heading out and so hopefully early morning runs will still be still be over the core order of the day for me to say. But that's about it really. I think yeah I will be Rowing on the rowing machine. And I will be walking without another kid. I said I'll be home doing portland work. And hopefully enjoying the sun and clouds meant to come over. I think so. We shall see about bit. But but that is it for this week's show. Thank you to Gary Benford for. The fantastic interview are wonderful. Volunteer Production Team and you our listeners for the relentless positively. I'm Tom Williams. He's Martin yelling and that was marathon talk..

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"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

13:56 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Given your skills. And experience can offer to that context like give us impractical example. I think I think my my experiences of taught me the ability for this absolutely beautifully designed machine of body To to deal with suffering is so much greater than what we think it is and so every single time affair. Narrative will win with those worrying about what's about to happen the little challenge. I did on instagram. A few days ago carrying ten or twelve kilos it was a had a little fall to my mind. This is GonNa hurt a little bit too much. That's that's always going to be there but this body will just keep suffering way beyond what we think it will and and that's what I've learned and I think my experiences again people would go. It's got to be different but when when you have completed number of challenges and I know it's the same with nobody tries to break three hours the very first time. I'm sure they go and run a marathon for your average novice. If you like it they just WanNa completes it right. They may be of gotta loose goal but the person that's going to crush themselves to get three or maybe even quicker They've done some distance running. Before and there's a progression era of of belief self belief and again it comes back to self and so I've been in situations physically mentally for many many years. Guess but the willingness to put myself there for the my belief in what I was doing at a time but also the team around me in the performance of that the safety and security that people around me that I was working alongside was powerful so I would solve anything to keep that safe and I was really bought into the reason why I was doing. And that for me is the difference. Unless you've got a strong enough. Why you never going to put yourself into that cave as you as you describe it because there's no reason to be there and that's why most people don't that's why most people can't get their heads around this kind of personal challenge because they just haven't got a strong enough reason to do it but the people are prepared to take themselves and I know listeners. Somebody that's you know. She spoken about two before about how the ability to put himself in not hurt locker for such a long length of time. That's that's not normal. That's not everyone. Yeah exactly. It's just not normal and go to remember we. We all kind of outlines that would but with as would definitely off the off the average peak if that makes sense as opposed to outline his you know so it's just that willingness to suffer and when she got the context of Actually. This is how suffered through that. And I'm okay out the other end next time. It's not as bad and so. Yeah as a stressful situation. So this apply that in a couple of different ways firstly like in a in an athletic way so you you would have been presented with many stressful situations as I imagine. Sometimes either known detail considerable detail about the stressful situation before. I swing it and other things would have been uncertain and more enabled kind of a different response to have taken place to paps one. That was planned. Yeah and that happens in enough in our athletic career. Is You know we we? We're planning for a stressful situation than we try and do something. It becomes more stressful because it hasn't quite worked out as we thought it would like yes. Guidance can can you got. What light can you shed on on on that for us? Yes Oh yeah hopefully a little bit so all all those boy you've just described is very no more than somebody is taken themselves outside of their comfort zone. People love to talk about. Everyone knows that growth happens outside their comfort zone. These days don't they they just don't recognize when they're outside the complained because they hate being that ago. This is horrible. They'd like it and afterwards they go. Yeah that didn't work when I know that was you outside Your Comfort Zone. And that's why you need to get to understand and learn it so we talk about. Vickrey environments. You'll question was around. You know going into situations that have been. We knew we'd get a potentially be high stress or or not and sometimes we knew more about that the the the not we. We always plan against the worse situation so I think. The snowflakes coated pre mortems. We'd always have to take a lot of word enemy but they that's what we described as the the enemies most likely course of action was always spoken about so what we thought the people of where we were going to go what we thought most likely to do. We'd make a plan around what we thought. That would most likely do now. That was always going to be dangerous. That was always going. We wouldn't be asked to go there if it wasn't so it's always a fair amount of potential stress. Ed but we we plan against it as best we could now that was always also the enemies most dangerous course of action. So what the most dangerous thing we could imagine could happen. We would panic. H that as well so we would come up with a plan for every situation against what the most dangerous thing we can imagine so. Naturally every situation we went into yes. Those situations could possibly happen. Because you've given them thought so you've done everything you can controllables uncontrollables. You've done everything you can in your mind and as a team communicated what you would do well when this happens. This is what we're GONNA do and it doesn't hall lower the stress so of threshold because you'll more prepared and again I don't want to say this and the Youtube thing it just simply people to be listening to Columbia simplisafe. No I hung do it. You'll hear the first thing you do your hair. Well the most dangerous thing that could happen is this and the and the hallway to way. You'll go and you worry about that. Don't get me wrong you know. It's not like you automatically talk about it. Think about it plante against it and there's no fear involved and absolutely not but as you become more experienced being outside of your comfort zone having thoughts about it and things up to that point plan you become more experience and therefore have a greater capacity to deal with different levels of stress. You know. I'm sure you could sit in the audience of a team of orders process before we went out on a particular thing and you would go. No go in because you've had the little steps to get to where the guys and a teams were. That's the same with any high performance team Cannibal. Anybody into a high performance team that they're not used to work in amongst in an environment that not used to work in amongst then it's going to be stressful and not in. My mind is exactly where we are right. Now we've all been cannibal into this situation and that's a really really nice link into. I wanted to talk about next like because what you've what you're describing is something that we talk about. Lots in preparing for elite sporting competitions. But also you know anyone who's preparing to step have something that they haven't done before and do it for the first time. Paps endurance sport perspective. So it's exposure like I'm a big fan of of overcoming that fear and anxiety through personal experience so he can read about it. You can talk to other people about it. Sure you know you can planet but when you put yourself in it then you really learn what it feels like to reduce that absolutely you know that the anxiety and the stress and the uncertainty that you might have so in not wishing to sound really wrong but like if I actually liked pushing people beyond what they think they can do absolute auto turning making ron or a bike ride. Or if they're training for an Ironman like I'll have a go at seeing if I can break them. Yeah absolutely I get that completely my talk talk with people. There's a psychologist Bono. Who Speaks about rivers of thing can you? So he talks about rivers of thinking so the more ingrained you'll thinking beliefs etc on particular subject. Dp RIVER IN YOUR MIND. So this is how the brain works that bring works with making connections and fought successfully in neurons. Fire together wire together right so the more you think particular thing. You've got a clear channel immoral to matic automated process of why you think like that so you don't have to fortunate so you don't have to think. Why do we all stick to all the time? You don't think about that all the time you know. You've got very ingrained. Beliefs as to why gravity works right. It frees up your brain to think about other things. So the Bono talks about this deep river thinking sometimes. We're wrong and often we wrong. Actually because we know very little really. We're just very blinkered and biased. We live in a world of vices now to pull you out to those biases to pull you out of those rivers. You need somebody like his self or like myself in my with different experiences a coach so thin you're accountable to somebody that can pull you out of that river thinking go actually. What you saw is not quite rights because I know somebody that has done like names budget. You know nobody thought he could break all a eight. The fourteen eight thousand meter mountains hit time. He's done it. Nobody thought because it's outside of their river thinking because it's previously taken people. I years shortly. Six months ridiculous. Right will guess why he did it and because he he had a different context than he had a different perspective. And that's that's important and today now I mentioned earlier Kind of going off track about your question. You mentioned Luke Luke arm. It's what we used to talk about an awful lot In my former career. And that's exactly what we live in now. So voca fake people can Google it. There's a lot of research into it but it talks about going to test myself now. Well Volatilities v use uncertainty complexity and a is ambiguity so these this is exactly what we live in. Now we're all the volatility and the the the challenges outlet for now on the how quickly things are changing for as well think three weeks ago four weeks things would change incredibly quit and so this causes an awful lot amount of stress because as as much as we like to think we like to live outside our competence. None of us. Do we all need certain. Cnn lives and that's the one thing we haven't got right now and so we're just not designed to tolerate too much uncertainty. We need focus. We need certainty now. Said some people living very volatile uncertain. Ambiguous lives bought ultimately they get more. They get a better perspective. Do they get more use to live in those environments as they go but take them out of something put them in a classroom somewhere and they go? Oh my word this is what is so far out of my zone and then again and that's uncomfortable for them so this kind of situation with dealing with the moment it's complicated for lots of people. Listen I've ever had some discussions ran two things. You know the uncertainty of where we are currently and where that's going more particularly around where that's going without trying to overanalyze or overprotect uncertain future. It's kind of like scenario curbing thinking through okay. Well what if this happens if that happens? And then the day to day around the uncertainty of the lockdown requirements for example you know and actually we were chuckling a little bit to ourselves in not to take anything from the seriousness of the situation for you know the UK and Global Population. But when when we were both professional athletes we would intentionally and purposely put ourselves into lock then are absolutely salute. It's like well I don't want to. I don't want exposure to this world because I need protection from it in order to do my top effectively. Exactly that and that's again. I can relate to that completely to my my full. My career was spent.

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"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Eight Eighty Five K. Running in that in Garland must be because they're gone does it. You could run around the block on you so you could be doing. She'll be doing. Four hundred is outside coming back in. I'm Loving Chris. Pratt's instagram this week. Though isn't it does look like can I just say you haven't watched this year and we are? Now you'RE GONNA once you've seen it you'll know exactly why I mean. He should be in like that he should be in the targeting like he looks like a character from new character. She should be talking. I'm sure he's going to be thrilled when he hears this golf. Nothing he doesn't deserve particular like he's got his Wellington boots green willing to boot short shorts. Trust the process tea and these laycock on his car to wash fantastic jet wash. Yeah and these jet wash with sort of what's that thing called? I mean you would call it a squre but it took like a jet wash gone something jet wash gun pointing dangerously decking. Let least you. You've got your deck and laid the right way. Chris because otherwise period come bowling those sliding doors and go lying he says. Go on trusting the trusting the washing process in my trust the process tea in black heather with Gawk leg and short shorts blending perfectly the greenlees marathon. Talk Buff completes the nicely here. I'm stood poised and catalog pose ready to start productive. Day cleaning decking. It's time that you are all you need to do. Twitter tell us about give the mock-up ten tag at math and talking use. Hashtag let you run will choose favors to read out on the show. I off filed Chowdhury nine hundred ten. He says Mcdowell res on twitter nine royal flush minus one because I did sandbag kilometer eight when I realized the royal flush was on but I'm liking this twelve k split six hundred fifty six five hundred five five thirty eight five two thousand eight hundred twenty. Three five eighteen the sandbags. His words five seventeen nine five eleven five to four four nine four eight five fast class in the World K. Yeah Yep well done. It's a good one that final bit always producing such curve alligator attend at Brighton off. Of course at the garden marathon. Eight hundred laps around the house raising money for at mental health. Two points off the poor course design an. It issues affected the live feed on facebook who are hunters laps. Live feed eight hundred laps around the hairs on a live feed. Tell you what that must have been really good to watch Guy Lewin at under scholar in ten mortgage treadmill training miles done. I found training walls. Watching the Marvel Franchise the perfect distraction. Everything going on Hashtag Iran ten. Because I think I've found my way to cope could work Gary Darren at desma fifty five ten at ten for fantastic trail. Run observing all the local rules at plenty gorge part parts being closed due to bushfires now. Kobe nineteen however. I did manage to run through the part of the park open. It's lovely isn't it looks fantastic. Doesn't it right the two point? Six Challenge beasted passed me a little bit but I did sponsor my good mate. Tom Fairbrother who as Parvati marathon on a treadmill dresser tiger on Sunday I saw that and this this was Paul now Union me Martin. But I think London marathon kind of repurpose their charity fundraising for Sunday as part of St Point six challenge. I think the actual the twitter handle was actually the London. Marathon st-andre wasn't then they changed the name so I think yeah they all yet fully behind this out there. This is like their thing. They are in fact. There's a group with a mass participation kind of providers that came together but yes London marathon. I think we're pretty much leading on that now. Coming weeks as well as his great and he's is. It is a huge issue for charities London marathon race. I think last year sixty six million quid was raised for charities. Linda not to go. You know and you've you know got your child's storm break and you know I work closely apartment. I work closely with Alzheimer's research. Uk and they're like these charities that is their day like that is very fundraising day of the year and to have it taken away so damaging so this two point six challenge was created. Where people could I really liked about it was that you could be really creative. Some people could just go on a treadmill among twenty six points. Find other you guys got super creative. And we're doing twenty. Six monkey swings in twenty-six bounces on the trampoline a two year six kilo all Sunday the opening day. We got this from fundraising. Uk The two point six challenge raised over five million quicker. It's opening day the day. This is London. Marathon was due to take place. The challenge event was launched earlier. This month by mass. Participation event organizers including Part One London Landmarks Virgin Sport and under Maratha events to support the Chow tease would have benefited from London. Marathon currently postponed until the fourth one. Toba they asked people to help their chosen out by coming up with an activity based around the numbers two point six or twenty six distance in miles of the marathon instead to fundraise or donate to save the UK's charities via the two point six challenge website so nice creative way to an hopefully it will carry on for the next couple of weeks and raise a decent amount of money and and hopefully those charities will get through it yet. If you're thinking of doing something we will link to two point six challenged the UK on this week's show notes. That was because the London marathon of course was supposed to be on this past weekend and is probably like many of you listening was supposed to be doing it. Yeah we're supposed to be running right. That's right yeah we're supposed to be running. Us quite looking forward to it with SAM to the end of go get to do it and it got me thinking about. Oh holy and I discussed the show last week. All the things we miss about race we can. Everything involves much more than just doing the marathon and we all excited about well okay. Great we're really looking forward to it all happening again in October. Then I saw a piece for sure. Guard Sean Guardian Sean. Ingo should they just brilliant coverage for the Guardian about that under marathon where I think he'd spoken to Hebrew to the race director who had refused to rule out staging the event as a leak only race in the autumn. If social distancing rules make it impossible to run as normal Brazier told The Guardian? That while organizers still hope to hold the event on the fourth of October they when they're scenario planning for a red head other options gracious at the flame is still burning and There is still hope but you have to do it for right for society. You've usually got seventy five thousand seven hundred fifty thousand people out in central London watching forty five thousand runners is also medics and volunteers and the transport system says the law take into account when making any decision. That decision will be made by the back end of all at the latest explained Brazier and it will be based on government guidelines What we think and what we think society is right and what feels right at the time. So we'll have to wait and see. I think that already been canceled. And that's in September Tokyo elite Lynch. And see what happens now and look. The big thing is and we're getting this every day part one. What are you going to reopen? Or Win Wins. I can the big the only thing we know right now with everybody is. Nobody knows what's coming up. Said nobody knows when events are GONNA come back nobody events what knows what the guidelines are. GonNa be when they do So it could be. It could be anything I mean. I think I'd be surprised if if it went down. Only only route. Just because I don't know how if social distancing was implemented such you can never mass participation event. I'm not quite sure how it would be spectators. Yeah I mean if it would probably be. Let's say they did in the League one on a racetrack. Let's say like the the original was breaking thing you could do that and I think you might see some for example without spectators. I just don't think you could do that on the streets in London even if it was just an elite makes. I'll be surprised if they ended up like that but we are not now so be interesting as the the wheat. So let's go just marathon or park run. That's every single gathering of people isn't it? Yeah I've reclosing every corner. We everything choirs churches. Everything that gets together you have to wait until therein. That's meant for for those to reopen again. Gas Bamford.

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"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

15:32 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Time you ran a five minute mile. Yep exactly five or four sixty point. Three three three. Marathan three hours and twenty seconds did eighteen minutes and one second half once Mr Hawaii by two minutes. I mean I could go on if you want me to go on so yeah so but I'm a bit routine. I'm enjoying that I've also and you highlighted this to me as well. I've also seen the best and the worst. Bbc and I love the BBC. Try Not to go off on one a Sunday Helen. The kitchen I sign on Sunday afternoon. And we watched the dynasties. Bbc Documentary About Tigers and it was just breathlessly. Incredible and you'll see they're watching this thing with your family about tigers thinking this is want just wonderful and Latin is in the BBC wonderful thing and I'm a huge fan of the BBC. And then whenever it was Sunday night or Monday night whenever whenever it was Friday night and was ridiculous Horizon Program called the restaurant or something where that effectively and I I saw it. I thought it was GONNA be rubbish. You know the restaurant where you burn off the food. You eat the most horrendous atrocious disgraceful idea you can imagine one. It's wrong until even if it was right it's terrible. And it's hugely damaging to people way all vulnerable to eighteen disorders icon. I'm not GonNa Watch it terrible and then a few friends at kind of message me and said have you seen this terrible so I went to watch it to see what congress is it without watching it and it was. You know I think you you'll pop as well. It was the worst most damaging thing I could possibly imagine. Food and nutrition and healthy eating effectively a lot of people in a restaurant eating food. A Lotta people hidden away in a secret. Jayme out the back on exercise bikes and treadmills and rowers and whatever it is having to burn off the calories pecan. This'll be some crazy kind of idea around showcasing. The research that goes into the pace guidance the guidance thinking of of food labelling based on do X. do e x and then exercise why to have inverted commas burned off. Yeah this is the classic myths in in running that we've been trying to debunk decade. And of course it's it's it's like just because it doesn't mean and both you and I believe have been in the camp before where we have fed ourselves as exercises and regular exercises on stuff which Oh yeah. We've all done the long session. And then take a picture of you with the biggest screen you can find and you five fifteen of that and then you realize how wrong is and you know. I had a number of friends. Good friends contact me because it had that program had genuinely disturbed you know genuinely disturbed had had had massively impacted their own mental health and and beat e disorders said the word. They said on twitter on that night. April twenty services have sadly been in high demand tonight due to BBC to the restroom burns. Calories would really appreciate any support to ensure services continue top those affected by eating disorders. If can't police their NATO re tweet and that's at b. e. d. and you just don't know I somehow we have to get to the point where that narrative of people who are Willing Castle. But we've got a load up load of friends in endurance athletes running on or otherwise who've been impacted by this. I'm sure people listening to this now. Were impacted by it. So it's important. I think for us to talk about it. We have to get to the point where that narrative around somehow food is a reward for exercise or or you kind of punishing yourself by excising to burn food. It has to become unacceptable like it should have become unacceptable a long time ago and it needs to be unacceptable now where you can't have a on prime time. Bbc Yup absolutely disgraceful anyway. That's my rant rant to God but you know we've both been in the thick of that world. Owner will people all the way rousseau seeing it so the thing that challenges challenges me the most is we and we are seeing it through our eyes. The eyes of us as healthy exercises. Imagine if you you know you're watching that through the eyes of somebody who wrestles with a really unhealthy relationship with food and exercise and that just reaffirms and it's bites everything you're trying to work against you know and it triggers all your responses that relationship with exercise and food new thinking no anyway well doing coping generally in in lockdown on all right good. I mean the lockdown. It's really lockdown. I've when I was really young I wrote. I read Terry Waites Book and it's twenty five years since I've read it at least but he was a hostage and I think he was chained to a radiator five years or something. My Dad and I have this thing. We always say to each other. When Times are tough we always say at least not chain to radiator five years now. That's a lockdown right or the Nelson Mandela who ran. You know who wasn't you know who is was twenty seven years incarcerated and I'm not. I'm not saying because you're not chained to radiate or you're not you know on Robben Island Nana's men allows you don't have a right to find it difficult. But I've always been very very aware of that and we really really lucky. We have a lovely garden. We have you know Netflix. And Disney plus and we have a really cohesive family unit. And we all get on and it's fun and we can. I think the government hasn't been praised enough for allowing X. allowing exercise the way they do you know there was a thing. Is it Spain or about to come out of? What true lockdown really where. Children are allowed out of the House for the first time now. I know some children will have gardens. I'm sure in their own garden if you lived in a flat you weren't allowed out so you know all all good friends friends of yours friends. And my Bruce Ford is in South Africa they are. They're not allowed to leave the house. Even for Exercise I think shop and get food and I did laugh Bruce shed than if you saw Asia picture on on social media today actually. Warna path around their garden running. It's like he's got badgers or something that goes say but like I said I'm aware of all of those kind of things and we really fortunate so personally for us. Our life is is personally and I am not in any way. I'm very aware of a lot of people. It's very very difficult in from multiple different ways. I personally life's as good as it's ever been you know. The pace of life is slower. We've got more time together. We're getting outside more in our garden yet. Bringing my mom every day which I didn't do before I'm walking with for what were the kids most days which I didn't do before so yeah all life's really good and you know. I think I understand that when you coming from being complicated very complicated for other people we incoming we were. We were saying the other day like when it goes. I think we'll miss it a little bit and a lot of people you know. I love people One of the big we decided to pollen to reap to call to phone up every single event team that wanted to be found and every single ambassador was about three thousand people around the world and be making those calls over the last last week. Five hundred or so called in and we reason why we typically one of the reason we particularly wants to be to everybody's everybody's situation is totally different. Some people load worse off some people load better off. Some people are happier. Some people are. Some people are busiest. Some people are less busy and they really is remarkable. How different every single person's experiences which is kind of unique in a way? I can't think of another thing where everybody's impacted in the whole world but some people are impacted only got you know. I make son. Eighteen worked in gym. He's furlough to gauge salary. Hanging out home training supervisor playing on his xbox connecting with his mates on online all the time. He's happy as Larry. I mean he's had a great time and then other people they might be a single parent of three or four really challenging kids in a in a fourteen th floor of a block of flats with access to maybe even safe outside space. I don't live with a an elderly or vulnerable parent or relative or have a variable sick child in all of these things we've got we've got. We've got relatives neighbors on both sides of US and their experiences so different to ours and we can talk over the garden fence and you think in your not close proximity but actually you guys are really Vulnerable Unit. Really difficult position. You've got a number of handling health issues. You're really dependent on other people coming. See you and they now can't and so even on either side of our garden fence in the same street. You've got much better off because of much worse off now. Is that some unbelievable. I'll tell you I've been different to you. Really quick kids at home in. It is a challenge some day east. I am running. You know spoke about this before and you know being very careful about how much running doing and where. I'm going and particularly move recently. What time going you know it's reality. I think what happened over the last month. These people have got slightly more relaxed. Which is have bars? Johnson. This morning we were before we started recording the show talking about the importance of maintaining focus and purpose and for me that's meant going earlier earlier and earlier nerdy actually so running running is taking place before seven o'clock which is really an again. It's different not only different person. To person is different. Different way live and we didn't get out here at all. I mean we went. We went for a long walk with the kids on Sunday yesterday. Scorching hot day. We went for a really long walk before US middle of the day we badly sore soul but yeah yeah. I think I like the beach is a lovely place to go and I'm privileged to be able to run to run there but I couldn't run their ten o'clock see. We don't have to be fair. No no no. But there's a Lotta places where we would go valley gardens near the part one. Where poverty is that beautiful a normal sunny Sunday be rammed and you would not be able to move maybe not like Bournemouth beach but that'd be rammed and it's just not like that's just not the view we get a copy. It's just not the you know we did of course interesting. We'll talk a little bit more about this later in the but it was supposed to be London marathon this weekend as a that. We did all twenty six or two point six challenge which is good fun. We planned earlier in the week and we delivered on Sunday. We did a little video on a on twitter showing off family. Two point six challenge which consisted of relay around the park. So Liz did elaborate a little lap of the park with each of the kids as a relay. Then I did one of the end and then we came home and did twenty-six star jumps in the garden and then we did twenty-six monkey bars. I on the video one of the boys which whichever one it was you could tell you hung there all day and it was only a two second part of the video or they can tell they are actually part for the parties we so we went to part with the kids they will. These monkeys rainy long. Black tails a comment with black-eyed monkeys. Monkeys you off the half half spider monkey. They are incredible incredible since putting twenty.

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"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Well this week show. I speak incredible. Bamford about performing under stress. There's usually two point six challenge in London. Go elite only Tom's back in his shed. I'll be really running with Liz. Plus you guys right Iran Iraq. You kick around the House. Really Tom Williams here. We are doing good to be back for our monthly monthly ketchup. We spread the bathroom to a little bit with the show now. And so you know I don't get to speak on. The marathon took land much frequency as we used to miss me. Dino loads and loads and loads microphone gag back recently now. Was it good? You know the one. We did what we tried to do. Math live on the ground ready. Yea Funny I'm not really a normally for about fifteen years. I've been welded podcast and clearly marathon tolkien but now working from home and all the time and being in the shed. I don't really have much podcast time and I've tended to be of got people now have no concept to hate painting. My mosques to make size is being being on the indoor rower and I've tended to sort of routine is at the end of the day work day of get on the rower and watched the press conference from number ten while I well I go so. That's kind of taken. The place of podcast. So I'm so far behind on podcasts including cyberia marathon you spending your entire day in your office because you you know even getting out exercising like you just completely full. Shed we walk. We walk the kids to school on the morning. Yeah yeah that does that mean the same as we do so we walk about long and comeback. Here we talked on our you up to an hour so we'll go will normally say we have full inside inside scoop on my daily routine daily routine but we we do. I have a call to a program. We have a daily call with a few of us. seven thirty in the morning every single day. Where we catch up on what? Where's everything in Pokhran? Will Relations Corona virus so that call every morning seven thirty to eight thirty and then normally Helena sometimes just sometimes just I but normally handle i. Then take the kids out thirty for an hour's walk to school as well. I mean the the old world school was any that fifteen minutes longer than that but we walk around the block and we do that together as a four. So we've got nice little nature reserve nearby. We want around the nature reserve and come back and then I stopped my kind of working day at nine thirty And I'm doing a little bit homeschooling but not masters healthy most of that and then I tend to finish my day. I finished my day today with a comeback. Two thousand meter. Pb actually come back on the hour before we recorded the show. We're recording at five thirty. We started talking five. Do you tend to. I'm sure I've said this. Before on the show recklessness for the last decade will know that when you get into something you do get into. It is that what is that. What's happening with the with the rubber? I'll tell you what we were laughing too. I am the king. The absolute self proclaimed King of close. But not so close but no cigar. Yeah we've done Madam. Ten done ten by thirty second Max effort on the road. 92nd recovery with a good friend of the show. At Professor Andrew laying are at the end of an odd odd donate. I done fifteen hundred thirty meters or something like averaging under fifty three meters in each of the second of all I thought. Oh fifteen hundred thirty. That's not bad. Six hundred nine is a is a mine and that would be five minutes ten thirty second effort. So that's a nice little target so I made the mistake of mentioning it on twitter. Of course Andy Lane went straight on a knocked out of the park needed like sixteen hundred twelve or something. Talk really strack part. But he had he'd gone rolling starts on each of the intervals and I hadn't gone from a standing start so I'm GonNa show you so I got back home not the same day like two each got back on and I thought we got one hundred sixty one. Meat is a rap and I did hundred sixty four in the first one. I thought I'm going to smash the parking lot detonate absolutely detonated and sixteen undertake so I missed it by meter. Remind.

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11 Trivia Questions on Rick and Morty Episodes

Trivia With Budds

03:42 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on Rick and Morty Episodes

"All right guys. Here we go. This one's called Rick and morty episode title references. So I'm going to give you the name of a brick and mortar episode and you me what that is referencing in some way. Sometimes it's a play on words or a parody of title so have fun with this one. Here's number one lawnmower. Dog Number One. Rick and morty episodes number one what is that referencing lawnmower dog number two is Anatomy Park Anatomy Park Number? Three raising gas rope. Zap number three raising gastropod number. Four morty night run number. Four morty night run number five. Total Rick all number five Total Rick. All number six. The rix must be crazy number six. The risks must be crazy number. Seven big trouble in Little Sanchez number. Seven big trouble in Little Sanchez. Number Eight Look. Who's purging now? Number eight lose pershing now number nine. The wedding squanders. The wedding squanders number ten Rick Manson the Stone Rick Manning the stone and the bonus question for two points there's an episode called the ABC's of blank fill in the blank. There's an episode called the ABC's of blank. Those are all your questions for Rick and more. The episode title references will be right back in just a second with the Zany answers are guys rick. And morty episodes number one. Let's see how you did. Number one was lawnmower dog which was a reference to the crazy nineties. Movie Belong Mower Man. Lawnmower man number one number two anatomy park was of course a reference to Jurassic Park welcome to Jurassic Park number. Three raising GAZ. Rob is a reference to raising Arizona. The Coen Brothers Nicholas Cage movie about kidnapping a baby raising Arizona number four night run as a reference to the movie midnight. Run with Robert De Niro and Charles. Grodin number four midnight run number. Five total recall is very close to total. Recall the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie Total Recall Number Six. The rix must be crazy. Was a comedy kind of documentary style. Film called the Gods must be crazy number six. The gods must be crazy number. Seven big trouble in Little Sanchez was a play on big trouble in little China. Big trouble in little China number eight look who's purging now could be looked at as reference to the purge but more likely with that title. Look who's talking now number eight. Look who's talking now number nine. The wedding squad plays off of the wedding. Crashers the Vince Vaughn Owen Wilson movie number. Nine wedding crashers number ten Rick Manning. The stone is the Michael. Douglas Movie Romancing the stone about a romance author going on and adventure number ten romancing the stone and for two points. The Rick and Morty bonus question for two points there's an episode called the ABC's of Bath so there's a horror sequel horror horror sequel call the ABC's of death and their play on that is the ABC's of Beth. So there you have it guys a fun quick round on Rick and morning. We've got four more rick. And morty rounds to come in the near future so if you want some more rick and morty action make sure you subscribe to the show to never miss a new episode. We have a question of the day for you and that question of the day is hosted the first ever. Snl Live at home during the covert Nineteen Crisis of two thousand twenty. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds a g mail DOT COM with that hosts name to be eligible for prize. Yesterday's questioned that answer was the new radicals for the people. Who had the song you get what you give and attributing name of today's Third World Country Grammar Third World country and country grammar from Nelly Nelly band-aid was that all about thanks. So much for listening guys. Thanks for telling a friend of. We'll see you tomorrow for more. Trivia with me cheers

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"gaz " Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I thought it was a great night for Donald Trump I thought it was a terrible night for the Democrats the truth is Bernie Sanders is on a trajectory the democratic nominee to me he I just don't see him having any shot in a general election on patents I am absolutely now no one but Bernie Stephanie come on he's an anarchist he would love to burn down the United States if we nominate a socialist like Bernie Sanders we're gonna lose it'll be like George McGovern it'll be a blowout nobody just says the obvious Bernie you're full of it they're just pandering to the burning people you know want pandering gadget nothing is certainly does get your respect compress needs to step down is a joke he's a clown you can't run the Democratic Party anymore it's lost its way I don't see how Democrats do anything but bleed out when they put a socialist at the top of the ticket it is a death sentence for the party and they will lead to Donald trump's reelection it's a loser as Leslie put it are the Democrats they've got to get out to say I disagree with socialism I believe in the markets I think he's wrong I think you'll never get it done in this country will never go that direction by the way will lose forty nine states corporate didn't work in England Bernie and can work in the United States anyone but thirty now Matthews missed the thrill of his lego bombing gaz M. is asking if moderate Democrats but no we actually compared Bernie Sanders winning Nevada to France falling to Germany in nineteen forty this is how ignorant he is listening.

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"gaz " Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on KFC Radio

"Fake jobs. We barely got should do man. There's been a lot of good news flying around these parts. Recently Dave's one hundred million dollar man. I feel like Yankee fans have been happy about all sorts of shit with their rivals mass pitcher they signed but nobody. Oh Buddy is having a better week than your boy. Trent trend is in the building. Big Daddy Iowa here Hello Aka K.. A. Luggage fucking guy. And now I mean I don't. I don't even know which. which is the bigger accomplishment? Luggage guy in the bachelor getting this. Tom Brady he quote tweet which just popped off about eight minutes ago and his poppin. Oh Yeah it's good. It just happened for us so four. Play our twitter account at four play. pod follow on twitter there the pelvic floor on this week. So there's a lot of celebrities and athletes that play and Peyton manning is playing so he just hit a shot and hit a close to the pen and we tweeted it and said Brady would have sunk this just a little chirp and Tom Brady Superbowl winning quarterback and won six of them casually as he said not true. Payton is the Gulf right now. He's had much more practice. These past few years I bohm in the he wasn't tagged in the League at TB twelve it was just break just brady would have sunk this and somehow brady eighty or his team came across it and whatever however comes. I don't care if the name on the on the handle. Is Tom Brady. That's what matters worse we're at about twenty thousand likes and thirteen minutes. Tom Brady needle especially when he's chirping. PEYTON manning followers right. Now keep an eye on that. I feel like it's impossible. You can go super super viral. These people don't follow as soon as it happened. I wrote down. How many four followers? So I'll let you know once I think if you're if like a- like a foreplay account you might grab followers versus a personal account. I think because when you go by somebody who will go viral now and it's just like well. That was a funny joke but I don't need to follow every day but if this is like okay. This is golf account. I'm going to get like interesting golf. It's just like an accurate. If you look at our tweets videos shout out to our producer Jake I gotta give him a shadow. That was his tweet he was. He's been tween often to Brady's producers who there is a producer right here. I think I think Brady definitely has a team to yeah to like. Put it in front of his face and behave. Just see this and then like I bet you Tom Brady says I don't know I was wondering about that very funny. He's Icefield witty. Sometimes I feel like it's him other times I feel like enhanced clearly not I'll successful dashing dashing dress very well I bet there are times when he'll duck and be like I got something maybe WanNa see about that but and but this one I also feel like maybe it is him because I don't know if if I was tweeting four somebody I don't know if I would take shots at people might not want like Peyton manning beef on his hands right. We talked about that whenever he commented on the seating season like there's no way that somebody that has access to his twitter account or is instagram account is just out there commenting on ass eating season. Four Tom Brady. Who thought that was Tom Brady yet? It has to be. You don't know sixer bulls in some aspects. No not yeah he did that lose your point. Were nobody somebody who was logged into the wrong account..

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"gaz " Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

15:21 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on KFC Radio

"Doc but like it could end up being like what I'm saying we're like if you guys are talking about. Now we have a third source source. Yes in baseball. Yes like like connected to the mets being like. That's not to say that it's true but that's to say that like people that are connected to the the mets are hearing what you're hearing. I mean if you can't tell on my reaction right there I really. I was probably leaning towards like seventy percent. This is not true and that just swayed me to like ninety nine central inch Kevin like I feel like we had to Redo the podcast. Because I'd read the mets step right up and I feel like I was doing it almost like a little bit like funding and tongue in cheek and now I need to do it like okay. Now wait jump off the get out of the car. Get back on the Marines. I don't know but I I think I think that what we're dealing with here is is a situation where if it was five years down the line and that if this gets out there that people are finding out that this isn't going to work out and they see the backlash from mets fans they can. There's plenty of time to sit back down at the table and figure it out. There's been backlash for years Bro. Like mets screaming forever. That's Steve Cohen. Money what do you know what I just said what do you what did you hear I. I'll send you a screen shot. I can't say definitely better not be fucking with. Not If you do that. I will not be your friend ever not got okay. Changes say it because you've got to protect your sources. You literally just told GAZ Yesterday. Hey that if you sat on a bomb you would say it way gas was asking you guys like if you actually had real information about what's going on in baseball you would never try. Yes I would yes I would I have before just fucking say it I just did. I just told you I found jet just that there's like trouble. Yeah just people that are actually connected to the mets are hearing what Kevin is talking about who it is no. That's fine information to be like someone that's actually sitting on more information. They don't know all I was told. was that someone that was actually connected to the mets was hearing got all the things that Kevin was talking about. So it's not like a pay this person this person. Kyle's that's the only hearing more like more and more people. I think we broke a story. Kevin if that's fucking do you. I'm the first person to deliver the Goddamn like smallpox to the fan base great. We're all fucking dead. Sorry I'm sorry Eric Heaven I'm sorry Kevin. That's the worst news that I've ever gotten sports. You'RE GONNA say in general. Yeah well that's because it's not true jeered might might've case might be say honestly I said hope is the worst of things like you. Don't get my hopes up. I was fine. I was miserable miserable but I was. Okay just living in the fucking basement where I always belong and then I got out of the basement and I snuck up into the master bedroom and I started fucking jerk off in. They're having a party. And now I'm thrown back into the basement I'm not doing it I'm not doing. I mean you're not going to be a mets fan anymore you can Albee.

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"gaz " Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on KFC Radio

"I mean we are First Party in Houston was like legendary. Everyone's talking like he didn't didn't feel like a house party and all these. I think we're just getting fucked up knowing about anything suit like party that sometime in the last couple years. We've had that because we like partnered with the wrong people and rough and rowdy we did last year was not a party is rough and rowdy. It was on this year. We're like we're just GONNA blow it out and hopefully like literally like burn it down and that's kind of what we did. It just didn't get to go longer but it was funny like so many people since that first party like it's a disaster it's a disaster like this is like kind of what we we wanted it to be something that we're GonNa talk about. Yeah we wanted to report we got into. They are still ask like every time we do something big business. Wise people like all they're going to sell out or they're going to change was very apropos on the week. Everyone we're like officially made it made. It made it made it. We were like Oh. Yeah but we're still gonNA shut down like a fan standpoint. Had to have been fucking awesome. I thought we would have gotten a lot of people complaining. Email like we've gotten very little the way it's still went to like one thirty shutdown compared to other parties and open bar the whole thing like everyone got their Miami and people were legless when they were leaving leaving so but as Kelly and Danielle are out there with a whole night and they're kind of like I'll fuck like trying to do what they need to help them like. Listen at this point like we just gotTa survive in advance. Yeah we're GONNA win this wittingly withdraw try to survive. That was really the end of the game. Like let's go as long as we can but it was really just like fasten your seatbelts. Like we're just GONNA have to grit our teeth and like just hold on tight so I kept thinking about what what the celebrities were going to do you and then I see maybe the funniest most lasting image. I'll ever have in my life. Is Shooter mcgavin Chris Christie. And I think it's the same sitting sitting on like a loan chair a single chair in the middle of a fucking flood river on the phone like screaming holding other era closed. Just trying to figure things out. It was a scene from titanic. was shooter mcgavin. Pretty much down knowing. That dude is like a party booze bag animal. I didn't even know he was in the mix. Until after the fact then the shooter mcgavin parody account retweets Portnoy pulled the night that ninety nine percent on me so I I mean. Did anybody like see what became of him he might be. You might have just been. Yeah that video from one of our sales guys like one of our clients sent me this I I actually talked and I think it was. I was like dude before. It's so funny and like I want you to understand how funny video overdue I'm not sending it so you like give me some love right right right right and make sure you watch it re write back. Just that to me I I would rather have a party bomb at the end gets shut down for that image. Then it'd be like hey the bar support. He was awesome last night. I was like should I put this. Does it make it look bad. He's like right. We don't go fuck this is so it's it's everywhere by everybody. Louis WAIN party in Atlanta last year whenever you took him like kissing me in whatever I was where is is this guy just always feel us on his phone with like so instead of like his sponsor play like I did it again. I went off the rails again a sponsored and just sitting by himself. That's the I mean again by himself. Look Buddy was in there a game. He was standing by himself and I was like no one really really not right for whatever. Reason didn't recognize him and I went and got him like brought him around to like a side thing and then I just caught him. I didn't see him until that video. Nobody has ever done better with like a cult classic role then that guy. He has milked every last bit of it. But you gotTA think we're getting to the point where that movies pushing like thirty years old right like I guarantee you put that guy in front of some kids. They're not gonNA. Maybe you could explain it in the big. Oh yeah I know that but just looking at them not gonna fix carpet and he just walked right and I'm like you didn't stop shooter. mcgavin the praying jail when I mean that to me was worth worth at all but but both seeing the blackout tour revived was pretty cool. At one point I had like a moment. I was like standing with Joe Borough and the Bosa family and like fights was gone so I was pretty much by myself or at least he's not any other barstool people and was looking out. I kind of have one of those moments especially as the blackout tour like revived and I was thinking like the only reason we got here is because that like saved us when we we were broke and now it's back again and we sold and all this shit and I was just like smiling ear to ear and then it all went to shit like instantly and I almost smiled more like the about when you gave me one of the blackout. When you were sitting next to Joe Brough did you think he looked like him? I see it I mean you know what the real reason is. We both have bags under is. I don't know why he has them. I got him in my life. That have just asked her but we both have the White Guy Daddy is but yeah I mean he like he was he was the perfect example of like England fog. Whatever it's raining it's crowded like yes we're at a party fucking? Let's roll boasts. A family make both the family goes hard family. Were great they were everybody in there was just. I love the bow so heart art. I'll ride for them forever. Now people trying to give nick trouble for following accounts on all right. I'm officially a space whenever it's just right there believable to that guy. His look is just unbelievable. Take notes if you can if you can pull off that look do it because that was trying to figure out like exactly what it looks like an eye just came it. Looks like Danny. From game of thrones and the color of it but he still pulls it off somehow. Yeah that was that was that was a little section. I can't believe like see their Joe Montana show. I mean I heard he was coming and I was like hell. Oh Montana was it. Jim Kelly from the buffalo bills. They were like the nicest family ever they were Jim. Kelly was the thing is you couldn't see past like are right in front of us. They're also crowded and you have no idea vicks and I'm like Cologne said tyreek Hill. was there like the one who played in the Super Bowl. He's like what he was like. What are you doing now? The Fuck Outta here. He said this. That's hilarious yeah you know. Hang out and play in a couple of days official headcount but what it ended up being. I know that we have in an hour over six thousand three doors down because the last year we didn't promote it really until until the end because we were worried about like it was a capacity issue. There where you don't want to have ten thousand people in this kind of we could just limit. We could let as many people as we wanted right but I think it was six thousand went through the door but like inside at one time I think it was four thousand something like Geez. That's still so many on man. Whatever the cars pulled up to drop off and I saw the line was basically wrapped around the entire fire building? It was like a strap. Let's which is good because people are gonNA show up at nine o'clock in Miami nine o'clock you're sleeping still. Yeah Yeah Yeah so but now everyone came out out in droves of hundreds and you're gonNA HAVE PTSD from it. I don't want anymore those and say you gotTa do one more but just like not. How Miami's emmys the perfect city for it lightly like Shit like that and I was surprised I mean next year Tampa Vegas is there after that? No I thought I thought it was Tampa than La. Either way they'd be like like Tampa Vegas Vegas some in some order you. Are you sad that it didn't like. I was bombed the next day Eric ten times because I was like then and like that was going to be like the Walker then. I realized that everyone was like it was kind of like inside. I wasn't drinking. I wasn't like in the mix I went inside was at like right when the blackouts started. Yeah and I didn't come back until the Fire Marshal in with me at one o'clock and that's when I could see like people just kind of hanging off the every like climbing up on I was yeah I was like I saw. NBA basically couldn't get any. You couldn't get any better than we were. I feel like I had to blow dry my hair when I got back like I literally looked like went and took a shower. I wouldn't drink my newest miserable. Part of my life went rock bottom basic. Because I was I was bombed I was like man. We spent six months like doing this. I wanted and it was going to be one of those and again people are talking about it the way I wanted it to be talked about but I ended up across the street at CCA unharmed frog probably. They must've taken like a Royal Caribbean cruise ship to Miami and I was just sitting there like drinking like those stupid Dana fucking soaking oaken wet. I'll sit there with my buddy from back home and I was like dude this. What happened this weekend? I end up here based off of like millionaire millionaire in the mix. Yeah Yeah that I think in the end. It's better like if you have a good part. Good story is able to remember it. You'll never forget. Yes expand forgetting Paulie. I even think about the amount of people who probably like. 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"gaz " Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"To your Parkin. She's band you're paying your blocked. You can't listen. You can't listen to the food jokes anymore. That's funny anybody. I know if there's any pineapple lovers out there who like it on their pizzas secretly fucking throw some black on their hit it with some hot sauce and tell hey girl about it later. We'll fuck it. Let's get into. It is now time for this week in food history this serious gourmet suit. Modern men and women apparently do not have a monopoly on being tired. And we've been looking team for ways to stay awake and quench our thirsts since forever. Okay so enter Polska poster post ochre. This is an ancient ancient energy drink which had never heard about until I started trying to find stuff to talk about this week. I think I think surge was an ancient energy drink to my God. It had had a what was the thing. Everybody was afraid of the yellow five or whatever I don't know there was an ingredient in surge side died now one time me and a girlfriend like drank a six pack of surge. Together like a sleepover and then we were like. We're like real horny. Thirteen year olds and we were talking in all this mad trash that we didn't know anything about you know and it was right here in airmen. That went right to our parents room house for another a year. I was not sexually active but I knew words strung together in a sentence that I thought made sense. It was like issue like sand. I WanNa see appears but serge aside. Tell me what is post post guy. So it's a mix of vinegar her salt water and herbs that originated in Greece. But it's the Roman army that actually made it famous curse so basically everybody wanted to drink wine right. But you can't drink wine all the time you're GONNA be fucked up on the battle. Yeah so this was a way to use up wine that they'd capture on too long. I e Red Wine Vinegar Mhm and then thin it out with water so it stretches farther and then they made it tastes good and that's why they served it to the army as early as the middle of the Roman Republic era so like around like five hundred. BC The military ration post guy to all of their troops along with grains and very occasionally occasionally meat and cheese so basically. I don't want to say the Roman army was Vegan. Were mostly they were definitely flexible. And that policy in the military rations considered are a continued for centuries well into the rise of the Roman Empire. And they're taking over over of the whole Western Hemisphere in just fucking throwing back Red Bulls. Oh yeah so they drink it by the barrel fall and it was said to give the military it's legendary Stamina Anna inefficiency drink's acidity and slight alcohol content would have lessened the bacteria content. which made it safer in these ancient times drinking straight water? Oh that's weird. Yeah because tainted water would take out whole army and whole cities alike so having this light slightly more acidic content would kill some of that harmful bacteria and keep the soldier safe makes sense. Yeah and in addition to that Vinegar with thought to stave off scurvy which would take out whole armies too and. You might be own stupid everybody news. It's vitamin C.. Nobody knew it was vitamin C. Not Not then Eh. US Army actually rationed apple cider vinegar to troops in the Mexican war when they were stationed on the southwest border because this was Bike confirmed scientific facts. That vinegar helped cure scurvy well into the eighteen hundreds so the Romans had been doing it since forever so we we were just biding their style with our apple cider vinegar so among soldiers and common folk post get continued to be enjoyed well into the Middle Ages so so would you drink something like this. I would try it. Yeah but like. I don't really the only caffeine consumers that coffee but I do love the idea of like like if you were to airdrop on the troops right now just by fucking red bull monster energy drink for all the that for all the truth. This is like almost like a flat can buca right. Yeah because it's a vinegary lot of the same ingredients slightly alcoholic collegue. It has some early taste to it in salt. which is good to have in your water if you're getting dehydrated if you're marching like a thousand miles in the military? I just thought this was so interesting. I would have thought that they were just drinking water. And I feel like maybe like a military presence and energy drinks kind of go hand in hand because I will say mhm they like when I drive around Los Angeles especially Texas when you see PICCO that has a US army or the Marines stickers that there's there's there's a monster energy logo pretty.

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"gaz " Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"gaz " Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

"Kitchen stay tuned JAL. It's about to get forked up. Sharpen those knives. Its fourth step. Doug Kitchen podcast. What's up mother fuckers? How is everybody doing Michelle? How you doing? I'm doing good. There are Hanging in there. I'm not getting a flu like all the rest of y'all weak ass mother fuckers. Whatever you haven't gotten it yet anyways what's up we'll have we don't have any housekeeping buyer book and Evergreen Housekeeping Book Surfer Sale? Then if you need a president or you like yourself fuck it so something. I've been wanting to talk about on the pod. Ed Or is you know because this is the time of year where everyone so much more like so which holier than thou healthiest time of everyone just like I'm only fucking drinking wheat grass and eating blueberries Hydros Dayrit Lemons. Yeah as great heels on so I thought that we would talk about the grossest foods that we like to eat. Oh Hell Ya okay. I'm Let's do this every day. I'm just saying this is some shit some of the gross s shit that we eat. Let's get real all right. I'll start last night for dinner. I had a boxer Mike and that is gross. Yeah I didn't even know you like Mike and Thanks Shit in your pantry. Someone else on okay. So first of all it was a stocking stuffer. I didn't go out and buy them. But they Brian Ryan but they are delicious and they are Vegan and maybe I was a little high May. Maybe I didn't have all groceries. I need to put together. So maybe I had high fructose Corn Syrup. It's awesome wine for dinner sometimes. That's okay love yourself and you're like you know what I could make a lovely soup if I just had accelerate knows salary fuck Mike Line. I'm really not looks like every time I do. It's I've rarely consumed high-fructose Corn Syrup but every time time I do like my skin breaks I was just GonNa say like waiting for the first pimple have read mine I was like well. I'll see you in two days down my fucking Chin in 'cause Oh but in the in the moment Box Mike and Mike and Mike dinner discuss with some one. Okay hit me with your crap. I mean I fucking Love Red Vines. Since I was a kid I was I'm disgusting. When was the last time you had red vines Christmas Christmas? Okay Yeah if you're GONNA be like six months. Nah I was hanging out with me dude and his friends. They rented a house for the holidays. And we're up in the snow. And and somebody container bought a fucking container a red vines and I was like Oh man if I can keep myself from eating one. I'll be good but as soon as I pop that. Seal on my I just shovel them in disgusting tying them and not read the next day. And you're like is there no end to my humiliation. Oh I grew up like a block and a half from seven eleven and I used to go down there and fucking know this. I knew exactly what seven eleven target. Yeah I used to eat. I'd go by Red Vines and I wasn't home because I had braces and a comeback and it'd be like my mom's like you go to seven eleven. What are you talking? Yeah but I would say like one of the growth is foods that I'm like kind of ashamed that I like is I like Pineapple Eh my pizza but I like pine up and Black Olives to let me stop you right there. Shame should never enter the equation. Embrace it yeah. But I if you're ashamed. You're you're embedding. It doesn't stop me but I just know I call it in my brain when I ordered I call it a Bumblebee Pizza. As Blackie the pizza and is fucking delicious and I would never put in a cookbook or use any kind of recipes. Okay since we're talking about block all all those. Yeah this is very controversial especially in Texas tacos. Now Okay thank you thank you now and I love black. I know someone who listens to his podcast. It puts block all the TACOS and his blasphemy. Okay but I bet it looks like it's fucking store-bought hired TACO. Shell she says she. I'm not done fucking ground beef with like a poor envelope of Taco seasoning maximum than. It's fucking enshrouded. Cheddar cheese then is iceberg lettuce. Then it's fucking sour cream and black olives on top and they're like I'm a chef and I'm like you're White Matt. Let's go with that so it's GonNa say she issues. I know that this is like a generic white girl Taco. Yeah she owns it and she's like I don't know why the olives in it when I saw that I was like that's disgusting. We are not friends and also. Can you bring in someone listening.

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Taytu Betul: The Empress of Ethiopia

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Taytu Betul: The Empress of Ethiopia

"Is encyclopedia. Britannica today's leader was a brilliant political and military military mind who successfully beat back the European imperialists trying to take over her country and then let her people through a successful era era of modernization. Let's talk about impressive. Ethiopia Tae to Tool Tae to which is the I'm horrid word for son was born around eighteen fifty in deborah taper. DOP A- into a regionally powerful family in the north of the country. There's no record of take ever attending school or receiving any sort of formal education. But she was taught to read and write in which would have been unusual for women of time. It's also believed that. She was taught the basics of power politics and diplomacy she understood Gaz. A language used in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and was apparently a very talented chess player. When Taytay was ten years old she was married off to her first husband who was an officer in the army? Armie she would marry two more times before finally marrying her fourth and final husband Kingman a leak of Shah soon to be emperor mentally a second of Ethiopia. Tae Two was over thirty years old when the two were married making her an extremely old bride Ethiopian marriage norms at the time still will the two are believed to be a very good match an extremely well suited for each other. After being named Emperor and Empress of Ethiopia in eighteen eighty nine tae a two started wielding considerable power. She and MENA lick fell into a routine where he would regularly avoid taking unpopular stances. That would anger for his constituents allowing you to step in and put her foot down at which point he would have to go along with his wife. It was a basic good cop bad copper team. Brilliant Savvy Mind and became her husband's most important advisor in public and private. She was always consulted before any the important decision was made. Tatum was also one of the first Ethiopians to realize that. Italy had imperialist designs on the country Italy had previously. We made overtures of friendship potato came to understand that their plans were much more problematic. She called the Talian out on it. Saying you want other countries is to see the opium as your protege but that will never be. By the time relations between Ethiopia and Italy broke down in eighteen ninety one tae to was essentially running the show and refused to concede any territory to the invasive Europeans. She put a stop to any negotiations that would have resulted in the loss of land. The Italians when the negotiations came to a halt more broke out between the two countries. Tasty road out her husband's side at the head of their army. She was deeply involved in military planning from day. One day to personally put together a battle plan that led to the Ethiopian victory at a Collie and it said that her presence eighteen ninety six battle of Agua was crucial to the Ethiopian victory over the Italians. Odd was generally considered the most significant victory of an African army over or a European army during the apex of European imperialism. It was a humiliating defeat for the Italians and ended up having rather far reaching consequences is for Italy moving forward once. The Talian threat was squashed. Tattoo and Mental League founded the city of Ati Saba which remains the the capital of Ethiopia to This Day Tae to actually chose the site for the future city. In the last few decades of her reign tae to was a force of modernization mutation and eventually opened up the opium to greater trade and technology. She also financed the construction of a number of well known and impressive churches throughout Ethiopia. Gotcha as many leagues. Health disintegrated tae two wheeled more and more power and authority. This didn't end well for her eventually public. Discontent forced her to step down

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A Renewed Focus on Women Over 40

Fat Mascara

04:01 min | 1 year ago

A Renewed Focus on Women Over 40

"I am all about this like renewed focus on women over forty. Okay this is a nice list. Is it nice. Oh Yes oh my what I think is nice is that we're finally putting the final Gaz on women over forty and I say that as somebody obviously not over over from not over forty but like I see you know. I'm knocking at his door. And I really has for the past few years having been a million in meetings focus groups Press events where it's all about this we've completely thrown our brand in the trash to appeal to the millennial customer her. That did not your street. Yes everything is about millennial customer I think technically I am a millennium. Older millennial That's that's for sure but it's like guys I understand you have to be relevant. I understand you cannot ignore this. Tremendous Group of people. millennials are going to the biggest group like second to boomers something. Consumers are dying off Lovey boomers but it feels almost like slavish devotion to people who don't necessarily early give them back. You know a return on their investment. So where are you seeing. This renewed focus on women's forty in the beauty. Remember we went to that Lori. Alvin a few a few weeks ago. We sat this law relevant and they talked about how women over forty are basically underserved all your they say that we learned that seventy percent of women over fifty feel forgotten by the beauty and the ad sixty percent of them use makeup every day. Hey and I can attest to that. Having known knowing a lot of women over fifteen. Yeah like my mom wasn't getting out of the car without lipstick. No so so. The Nice thing is focusing on these and and it's like hello. Thank you coming out with a whole line devoted to this. We're all GONNA get older. I've been very reflective the past year. We're all getting older and the idea Zia of like you're no longer relevant. You're no longer visible I think you know we talk so much about inclusivity in this country right now but ageism is like like something that we're not comfortable talking about this year you started to see a twist inclusive Izzo Solorio is coming out with. I don't you can I other products. Okay they're coming out with products that are targeted for lipstick. That isn't you know it's called a perfect. Yeah perfect Foundation that covers without looking like a mask. I'm sorry we don't WanNa look like get the coverage but like highly Jenner. You know it's not about that airbrush kind of like instagram look Is there other things. Besides the L'OREAL affects the show. I'm there's you know whether or not this is really Gen. Ed Pours herself another good blog. got cannot wait to like drink freely again so There's a brand called called paws. which is all about menopause? Well aging Boswell. Instead of anti-aging he bought a brand. That's it's not necessarily skin care. I think it's supplements and I think vaginal dryness stuff. But that's taking it to another level but my point is it's normalizing the conversation conversation about aging. It's not ignoring women who honestly like some of my biggest hate. This Term Lake Ella. Crashes are women who are over forty over fifty and it just seems so crazy that we can talk about. You know inclusivity and we're still kind of like oh he's old Going Naughty starting out nice. We were positive it was nice. It's a nice. It's a nice reaction to I think and not a culture that you're looking audie in two thousand nine hundred you're starting to like together beauty industry exactly so we. Yeah we need to. We need to realize that you know people who are spending money money on makeup like they deserve more respect. I like

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"gaz " Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"gaz " Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gaz Rousey producing and the snow is falling speaks Govett. Stop it. I'm looking at this monitor. That's pretty good decent so far. We're we're not using that word today. Oh, no snow. Okay. We'll use a different word. I I don't know where we can use banana. What word do we use? Jeez. It is a town. Come on people. All right. We'll start with the forecast. So I'm not sure how we're going to play this. So we want to explain what's happening, but we really don't want to use the word anymore. This is a very dynamic system. Very strong springs. Coop system. That's still going to bring a very heavy fall to the north west of us. And then eventually just a lot of. Rain here in southern Wisconsin flooding tend to be an issue tomorrow. Especially if we get some big heavy bursts of heavy rainfall in the afternoon. I could see easily an inch inch and a half of widespread fall with some locally higher amounts. We good. Do you think there's asking mines that we mess around with them? Oh my gosh. I just say. Looking at the DOT game. And seeing that come down just killing this better. Not be one of those ones where they said one thing. And also tomorrow, I'm shoveling whatever. So now, we this is looking a lot different than what we anticipated. It looks like I mean, we knew it was going to be mainly a rain events around here. And we could see some significant rainfall, especially tomorrow's issues there. The large ban that is supposed to hit parts of northwestern Wisconsin in that area that is actually pretty narrow too. So they're still looking at several inches of the white stuff, but we should around here. I don't wanna say not have to use a shovel. But we should be able to avoid any major issues is really a weird situation as many areas already getting pummeled. We'll stay in Wisconsin for the time being sought county. Jeff key is the emergency management director there. He says they have to brace for basically, everything.

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"gaz " Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"gaz " Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And thou half tuned in to the Duncan trussell family, our podcast and enclave auditory or Gaz Mik expulsions. I'm now officially a dad and this is now officially a family. Our not that it wasn't before. But it's a family hour on every level. I have spawned. I have reproduced. I have experienced the miracle of life, and it really is a miracle. It truly is. It's just what all the stuff you year. That's it. It's truly one of the most spectacular. The most spectacular experience of my life, kind of simultaneous death of a certain part of myself, an instantaneous rebirth, a strange form of confirmation of some theories that I had mixed. In with a ton. A billion tons a megaton something beyond tonnage, the source of all tons of pure ego. Demolishing you didn't know shit, man. Of course, that's not how it talks. It doesn't talk like someone ear beating you about ancient aliens at some rotten keggers, it talks in the language of flowers and the wind and a forest and of waterfalls and of the thing behind forests in wins. And waterfalls it talks like whatever it is. That gold is reflecting it talks like the source of sources, and it has a wonderful thing that it says, do you accept the language that it speaks in the language the angels, speak and the simultaneously beautiful yet somewhat frustrating about this particular languages that the moment you remember how to speak. It you instantaneously forget it because it. Only happens in the moment. And so in that way, it is somehow incredibly beautiful and yet somehow completely normal and truly transformative and the ultimate way. And also, it's scary as hell, and it is also incredibly. Stressful and man, we're exhausted right now, we're tired. We're tired this little boy. He's so wonderful. But you you just you see there's not like the normal kind of sleep is not happening right now. One of my friends explained it to me the way you described it to me is like, well, you know, you've been burning man's, you know, what it's like did not sleep in the normal way. It's like that your your sleep cycles. Just whatever that was or whatever the sort of rhythm of normal day to day life, it that's that goes away, and you end up in this kind of very interesting primordial process that is just on Spiring, I filled with so many incredible components in little it's just I don't know how to describe imagine. Like if the whole universe suddenly became like, a some kind. Of pouch filled with diamonds that have been harvested by. Meteorite that was made of love. That's that helps you understand what it's like to see your son. And then your son looks like your mom who passed and then you just have to start crying. Because what else are you going to do? It's either Cryer start speaking in tongues in the delivery room, which you definitely don't want to do. I mean, you could do it at the hospital. We were at they. I don't think they would have minded, but. I'm probably they've seen it before. But you don't want to. You don't wanna do that? Because you drowned out your baby who is speaking in tongues. He speaking in the primary language, which is the sound children. Make the moment they enter into this dimension and start crying. And that is not the kind of cry that I thought it was before experienced it. It is a truly beautiful cry. The sweetest sound you ever heard and your whole life, and I could go I could probably keep doing. I could go on and on like this for probably. Two days straight just making strange. Psychedelic analogies to describe the experience, and it still wouldn't help. If if you haven't been there, and I'm not saying, you go there, necessarily, this isn't like some kind of like, we're not talking about just like a this isn't a amusement park ride. Oh my God. I certainly was would never have been a quipped for it. In different versions of me. But and I don't know if anyone could ever actually be equipped for it in any version of themselves because I don't think anyone can do it on their own it requires community and help and surrender. And God and gurus, and whatever your particular source connection is all that stuff. Man there. The rubbers really hitting the road here sweeties and so. Don't worry. I'm not going to go on and on about fatherhood at the beginning of every one of these episodes..

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"gaz " Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"gaz " Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"What I was going to school under Booker was the lead in Ashley marked by afterwards and that place Gaz me 'cause I'm really jumpy and it's just a guy who's aware is really looking, and then he starts cannon, jinx zone, looks so parent terrible description. If anyone saying that Jesus sees to do this. But I think did audition for years ago, I think is like basically, you just you kind of your own fate you provide because you, you worry about being look that you then invite in the the bad things to happen because. Well, just, yeah. I mean, well, no, because life then takes well, life is open down when you're an adult. Yes. You do take the the the shit in the good. So it's like the reason it balances out enough to know that Johnny boot. Then we work. I wouldn't beside here. I wasn't a bit. My been, you know. I do think think with those law. There's a, there's a lot of talent involved, but we know loads of really talented actors. The opportunity is on always them, and I do so much the lot of right time right place. There's a look in who you me this things. You can take credit for new up, salute should and I do and rightly or wrongly take things bull do think is that is the is look. I read the other day. I was going through these over little bit so I can have some skin. I'll talk from it. No, not that people want to, but every one of our episodes, they always go out on a Thursday. To Mattis is a Friday. So yes, the nighttime was always going. No, no, no. Go out when I do know when it's goes out. It's out now. Listen to it. But someone on social media, if it was on our fade or something. And they said yet, if you work really hard than you create your look or words to that effect and it was like going, what if you weren't really avenue get the look. I know loads of people that were really are. And they've got shit. Oh, look, I was dying to the thing is I never gone to anything because he Griff tells me never get into any sort of debate or anything on social media on it for that reason. But we're just could end up thing because I was I was on it for a bit, and then I was vice to come off a few years ago. I'll tell you. But when we start the podcast, we thought, well, how do we do it? Gotta do my social media and it's just a way of connecting. So I think if you do it from a business point, if you like, which we work, but we don't get into any sort of conflicts. I did wanna go that your son now, the role message there because the people I know I'm sure the people that you know. So fucking hard. Never get a break. Well, they got it if the Fred even get see, so I can. I can. I can Pat. I can be really proud of myself thinking, I've gone into a room and I've got a real proud of myself for being able to step up to the play book. I've been put in the room in the first place. So I'm already Jami. 'cause is about our many of those. The aren't even enough seven year. They get seed in the first place is we didn't. I also find the one of the one light year mid it. What does that mean? Is slight. So where did it's like, yeah, yeah, you can make it to make it like lifelong. Hold off. Bold statements. Firm paid like finish the same when you film and and and they'll, they'll turn somebody else and go smashed it. Oh. Outweigh. Look, I can't wait for that time. What. Why you that's not your job to to to do that just now now don't be congratu-. I just think it's wrong. On a fine line though in there have been light to brash in kind of lighten never kind of ever feeling night someti- we'll find out is when you really you, you see a Ceron stage or you've seen a film, awesome thin, and you go to someday which I can very often do because I've got boundary issues..

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North Korea, UN and CBI discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

North Korea, UN and CBI discussed on BBC World Service

"Gathering in. Brussels explains why the staff going. On strike there are different reasons for different. Countries so the staff it's about base, transfers it's the fact that they. Could go to any of eighty destinations around Europe suddenly be thousands of miles away from the family and what they are saying is sometimes pilots, of

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"gaz " Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"gaz " Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Up was amplify i didn't realize where i was moving i moved writedown on the block from cool her who have moved up town as well as a group called the brothers disco headed up by a dj break out in dj pairing and breakouts younger brother jeff is one of my good friends so i was able to go to his crib and to listen to the funky four and the rehearse and things of that nature in the would like to say that he here news oon was bear dj breakout datu dj hey greg out he j ban drake out was was like the by almost like a battles file tight dj very like a blender he could really mix records and keep it on beat in the m breakouts brother dr knell gaz de productions was the manager any golden rock to echo chamber and so for group they were very very organiz and they were like the best crew in on it abel hood now they will other girls in the neighborhood like they'll kill outlook for monday booed and the come off crew and johnny g dukla rock and i could go on forever with the towers done that was in a neighborhood but to me break out with like the number one crew brothers disco and live in down the block with his individual and a great experience for me and i know people realize how a head of the time they were there actually uh the first hiphop group to ever appear on television they want saturday night live with a rocky for a shower rock so regula the whole neighbourhood down that day you know.

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"gaz " Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"gaz " Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Oh what one hundred percent of the players are aware that this damaging to the nfl issue has always been were into perception and so much perceived and necessarily mikey that's the way that it actually towns per se but that's football football tokes couple of gaz can over in the corner and on go out on the field for se does great toll competition which it is and a great battle and so that's what we're into bigger than that can happen to perception and a lot of words so perception jones says his key on the anthem issue the fort worth startelegram is posting an intriguing video we shot a joan stadium week four during the national anthem many fans stand respectfully in place but a significant other fans a number of fans continuing to walk or queue up for refreshments and several fans actually are seen kneeling in place travel back with us now twenty years to the cowboys first home game under the new owner jerry jones it was criticized days later in a letter to the editor of the start telegraph this was reported by pro football talk the letter said was bad enough to jones in elizabeth taylor drove out onto the field before the anthem but the letter said jones remained seated in his golf cart during the playing of the national anthem and the writer reminded everyone that the former coach tom landry always took his hat off none of what i've reported today has anything to do with the subject of discussions between the owners.

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"gaz " Discussed on In The Limelight

In The Limelight

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"gaz " Discussed on In The Limelight

"I am or go figure out a way to us but also out of her mind but in the best way it are they slick constantly business jerry gang they're constantly binge drinking and sleeping with each other obviously but it's it takes place in this place called newcastle so they have this accent that i've never heard before it says it's a it's a completely different british accent than i've ever heard you can sometimes barely understand what they're saying subtitled by yet they're so charlotte crosby has this like love this long term love affair with one of the guys in the house named gaz gaz beadle donnas real name is gary but everyone calls them guys and gaz is this the faro that will sleep with anybody and honestly every single night there's a new girl and but then he'll like be in love with charlotte but then how brennan wrote girl home and it's this constant force for years back and forth of charlotte being like oh we're in love oh no he's such a jerk oh no were in love oh he's brought another when they call it polling if you if you pull a girl so she always goes why did you pull a girl herb did gaz police girl and then if he did you know it's like i can't believe he pulled a girl item of any more indebted at a and it's just this constant reburied throwing a nice guy no bush's dating someone now okay but you know i hope it lasts i hope he's a good deal because she had she's had some trouble with men on meet the catholic you need to me i want to so there can be arranged so badly i am i want to go to newcastle and go to the laura they always hang out in i'm obsessed with them are you know some of them are terrible people.

jerry gang the house charlotte brennan bush newcastle charlotte crosby gaz gaz gary charlotte