19 Burst results for "Geus"

"geus" Discussed on Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

07:52 min | 2 months ago

"geus" Discussed on Doing It Big: The Frank Henderson Podcast

"People that have That are billionaires and just you know everyday people. The difference is most of them discovered their talent in an early age. Steve jobs Oprah winfrey Mark mark cuban people like that. They're being as because you know they speak. they saw. They realized they started working at. When it didn't work out. They kept working Good goodwin also is richard branson from yes. He said okay. I know i can do this. And i'll tweaking do something else in eventually. Get it her. They found and they stayed in their gift and it worked in lake. St john's was so good dead even when they fired him they could operate without. It is anxious up the you limit. Actually this question is kern okay. Listen to everything. You're saying which is so powerful that i think a lot of people really need to make sure they go to time. The number to power dot com. I wanna i wanna ask you this. What about the person. That looks at steve. Jobs oprah winfrey Or they look at current cherry. They look adopting Jerry they look at people like to make a sky and lisa. Nicole's look at these people that are here they're feature speakers in there they're on these top level platforms in. They see all that they're doing but they felt like eric ground zero in beginning. What it is they're doing. They're just beginning to find their mojo. Find geus find their talents. Find their callings. East power of the place for them would be abso lutely. We have over hundred plus speakers literally and That will be something there for everybody. And so i tell people You know yes. You may be ground zero but everybody else. Was there one time before as well. It ole is that you learn. So you don't have to do the things that we did. Take as long as we did. And i tell people you know the best thing about hiring a coach and trust me. I have been down this lane. 'cause coaches are really good. Coach is worth their salt n. Day cost you. They're not the when. I say you're probably gonna pay you going by car. That's what she come to put a really good coach. That being said They they allow you to skip some of the headaches that we went through the process. And so when you come to power up you're gonna sees co speakers keynotes in not just the celebrities but tune into some of the breakout sessions. They're cleaning people that are only ended. They may not be sitting at the the keynote position. But they're They're still great speakers and coaches at a do an amazing things and have amazing. You know clientele in no way. No way yes yes and some you know. I can't put everybody in the keynote position right. Now there's only so many though swats right. I have to put them in other spaces. But they're still grace speakers stages is not just about and i wanna make sure people understand it from speaking of Perspective on on just bring on the top speakers The pink will tap in the world. The people that are almost there already. But they're doing it on. You know as a little more. Low key i bring on in addition to that people jenkins digest in started people. That are okay. I been started. But now i'm trying to move the needle you know. I bring on a variety of speakers on purpose because i create stages for people to share their story their message their coaching. That's what i did this paul today. That's smart you know. I tell people all the time like winning is is something you can learn right at home you can have your father there your mother your sisters. Your brothers your nieces and nephews. You're all that is in one house in every knee has to be met in at one place so whenever you're watching. Tv's not just what granddaddy wanna allies. But sometimes we'll run on sometimes is what the keys to watch so the family is to really understand perspective of family from not just granddaddy but also grandson not just greektown but also uncle and aunt so as light. It's the same thing this. I feel as if you're saying i got some perspective for wherever you are you gross bedroom. I can help guide it beautiful stuff now for those. That are in need of some one on one mentoring. Some coaching from you. All your extensive network. How would they reach out to you. So you can't find i. i'll go to my page. Current cherry dot com says Dot com you can find me also on most platforms either as current cherry. Our current crockett chair. I love Than the newest platform clubhouse share voice in addition linked in twitter instagram I'm also snapchat. Tick tock neighbor. I'm trying to be there as well so you can find me out. Follow up with you. You can set up a session if you wanna do many Discovery call. But i coach on helping people create profitable events. So there's no more big party. Stop having all these parties and spending your money so somebody else can come have a great stage to share on you gotta be profitable and also and very passionate about gilead increasing your visibility. Stop being the best. Kept secret is time to elevate your present. Increase your visibility because visibility equals profitability. Got it got it. Will miss cherry. Ms butts in the seat. Miss entrepreneur ms ms level. Up our up. Miss i can get it done. Thank you so much for speaking to the audience. We really appreciate it and it has been a joy. Thank you thank you for having me here. I come back anytime so. I'm looking sleeper did awesome. Thanks for listening here at doing it. Big we appreciate your support and we'd love to reciprocate feel free to share your heart and let us know how we can serve you better going. Forward don't hesitate to email us at frank henderson. Sixty six and live dot com. Also make sure you subscribe. In order to keep hearing from people all over the world from every nation from every industry and every feel that are endeavouring to do it. Big keep your head up..

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"geus" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"geus" Discussed on LadyGang

"We've got a very exciting quickey. I was just peeing. And i thought jack i have an idea for jared okay to do with this quickey. So we're doing a chew gi quickey. Yeah he should do a youtube parody video to the theme of sticky his songs sugar just like that thing in my head and it could be like all the it could be all the shugi things like he could be. I don't know why and then like all the lyrics of the song where it's like. When i see your starbucks cup wanna see you wear now booths. Drinking ice latte tastes like that. I like that good every single days. I like that anyway. So today is the chew geus. Chew of all times. It's time for the chew down choo choo dot com. Chew guiyang shugi. Shugi shoot to chew and here the definition of shugi. And why we're doing this. Is jack vanik okay. Well we described chew gi and the other little. You know when i was doing my good week bad week of it just being like millennial basic bitch stuff but it was actually coined allegedly by twenty-three-year-old. Gabby ray rossin. She said she quinta terms dating that was conceived to describe people who were slightly off trend. Oh so chew. Gi things are just like the comedian version of things you know. Oh you're going to get shit for that madison. Gabby gob gabby. But here's the thing by the way and she selling shugi gi as an nf t like the word shugi she saw. How much is the bid. I don't know should probably going to make a ton of money. She said decided that that the chew geus thing possible is to make an nf nfc out of the word shoe. Place your bids. That's not that yuki though then of tea market is not behind trend. Yeah that's very true. I mean it just. It has already failed though. Like do you remember. It was like the first two weeks it was like everyone made ten million dollars. Now you we put an nf t right. Now get two dollars. I can't. I don't understand anyways on of chew gignous which we don't have any tom him. We are going to chew gi test. Today we're going to go through some things help you understand. We're going to discuss. Why or why not they archie. It's the end of the quiz. It's going to say what percentage chew gi. We each are. Yes so we have the quiz on our phone. We're going to go through together. It's gonna be really fun. Also if you guys want to take the quiz. I just google gi quiz living lead dot com version. And we'll we'll. We'll do a swipe up on our instagram of this quiz okay. Are you ready. i'm ready. Okay do you own a sparkly starbucks refillable mug with straw. That has like any kind of special pattern. I do and have an entire area of my house. Now tell me what you like about the starbucks. Refillable mug okay. First of all. I love a special drink. I love to have an ice coffee or an ice tea made from home. And i feel like i make it special by putting my own ice in and then putting my drink in it has a straw so when i kick it over because you know i'm like a tornado of life. It's not going to spill instantly. It's reasonable. it's good for the planet. And i'm a sucker like i'd never met a stupid pattern that i didn't love like like i'm mike. I'm in the starbucks. And i'm like wait it's hologram. Ooh lisa frank. I'm your person as i. I have never been. I do related to anything less than that. Like i think starbucks mugs are junk. So i would have never owned one in my entire life back. I actually. I have refillable cups. It's not starbucks. Yeah that's specifically starbucks. Okay so okay you put now. I put yes i love it. I do all right question to do. You have a sun hat. That has a phrase like on it. Hell no. I got rid of mine. I had one when it was hot. Yup sending out these were hot. I had one and my freeze was great. It said kinda sober on it. Which i'm like if you're going to have a hat. That's a pretty good phrase. I mean it's a step above like out of office but it's not that cool i scale of cool to not is i don't have one anymore. I also got rid of mine will be a hell. No just when you thought daily harvest sponsoring lady again. Couldn't get any better. They came out with daily harvest. Scoops let me. Just tell you this as you know. I'm someone who believes that a klondike a day takes. This adds away with a scoops. I haven't thought of the tagline yet. But oh my gosh. The other day i was sitting on the couch watching tv. And i was like. I just want something sweet but i really don't wanna be like eating such horrible things so the daily service coops have no added sugar. No artificial anything. It's gluten and dairy free. And i have like this care mao mixie chocolate.

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"geus" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:40 min | 3 months ago

"geus" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Right we're back so particular note. Here is greek geographer. Bassani civilized one. Ten through one eighty c and some indeed point to to him as being the world's first travel writer. He wrote a book in the second century. Titled hilas geus or the description of greece and it is essentially a travel guide Reading about this in an atlas obscure article titled the world's first travel writer was a guy from ancient greece by lauren. young and she She chats with maria pressler professor of ancient history at swansea university in wales and the author of a book about Bassani s bassani. A travel writing in ancient greece and the author says that you know they were smaller guides at the time but bassani assists book is the largest and the most comprehensive that survives to this day and also it still works. It's still functions as a travel guide. You know obviously the world has changed but a lot of the places an even landmarks are still there interesting now though the full texts can be found online. And i invite everyone to go. Check it out. Because it's it's very recognizable in travel literature. This is not an example where you're looking at ancient writings and you're having to really you know. Squint bed and take a few leaps of faith to identify it as travel writing. No you read it. And it reads more or less like modern travel guides. In fact i highly recommend when you read it. And make sure that the voice that you hear in your head is tuned to your favourite. Tv travel guide. Maybe rick steves or someone because it's exactly the sort of thing. Rick steves would say it'd be like pisani as saying..

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"geus" Discussed on CharVision

CharVision

07:20 min | 3 months ago

"geus" Discussed on CharVision

"Be afraid it's shar donate. It's the vampires par though vampire be afraid so Okay so now. I hope we're not like conjuring up some crazy energy. Here's the deal. Tony geus man. It's been the craziest mercury retrograde for an easy for me to how crazy i mean. I couldn't even get on my emails. Were working by my computer. Decided to reboot itself. and i. i couldn't get the zoom link to do the show. How crazy is that. It's been nets i mean. Yesterday will dropped his phone and broke the brookies phone thing Things at work computers and internet and this and that and it's just like one run out to other people. When i was getting ready for the show i i was in the bathroom and i bumped the straps that i take that are really important to take holistically and they broke all over the floor. A goodness i had had another one but i have to go now. In order more in england. it's. I'm just glad i'm not flying today when i went hiking this morning. And then i went to the farmer's market that i go to every friday morning and it wasn't air cross that's hilarious. I was like so excited to buy tomatoes in like the parking lot was empty with cars in and i drove past the parking lot. Because i couldn't find it. I always find it by seeing all the little tents. My gosh like wow but you know as long as we have our health and everything seems to work out okay. What's interesting is. My readings have been very good. I should say anything. Because i don't want to jinx the ones i do today but touch with my readings have been very very connected very lovely very special on the loose nuts. That's a plus your why why i was born under mercury retrograde. That's right you did say that. So i my intuition and psychic abilities become enhanced. now watch me like cycling. I do my reading anyway. I'm going to do my best is. Do we have any callers. The call the call is full. So the callers are full. I think we have run one. Zoom not for sure. I just want to thank you. Guys who watch star vision and even if i've already read for you and sometimes elvia won't call because i didn't read for one day. I wanted all new people. Sylvia you can call to any money renewal. I will read for all the people but it is nice to have new people as well because not everybody's had reading and i like to connect with everybody. So what should we do tony. Who who does the magical tony to all rights. My fingers are tapping together looking for the first call. let's see. Let me see if we have any brands. Owned a new caller so let. Let's get a new cholera nine. One seven. I think it partner. I think it's tony not me but or my high for robert or a. Is this tony a robber there. Sure how are you. I'm great only. I tony so nice to meet you. What would you too thank you. How did you find us. Oh well you know was actually through my wife joni And i i think I think she heard about you from from your start thinking about from my sister alicia. Well whatever it is. Whoever it whichever sister thing. Thank you very much for referring you now. Are you reading absolutely okay. So this is how this works in. This goes for. Everybody else calls them. What i do is a creative process. It's like information is downloaded into me. And i have to figure out what's being said when i give you usually hear things phonetically. Excuse me meaning. I get initials name. So when i give you an initial if you could just say yes or no that somebody connected to that will help. Don't say the name. Unless i say at first then you feed it okay to validate or me the more that i can give to you the better message. You'll get and. I always say my prayer of protection before i read. Not that this is a religion but i'm gonna say one prayer level night as in every day life there are good embed people. There are good in bed spirits. I don't take any chances. So when say my prayer in then we'll start. We ask the universal consciousness in god that holds the highest spiritual power of knowledge wisdom tooth guide and protect us as we communicate with our guides in angels in the spirit world and tap into the wisdom of the universe we respect this opportunity and take full responsibility to use this not for ego or controlling others but with the pure intention of spreading love and healing life on this earth and beyond anything that is in near around her about us. It does not have like go back to where you came from intern to light. If you choose but stay away from us so do you have somebody that starts a n. a. n. Like is there in another anthony or an eight. An or middle of there is there is another anthony. I mean you know you say tony anthony at my house and Half a dozen people get up right. But i have. I have a brother-in-law with with those initials. And i have enough you with those initials have someone deceased. That's in a aunt edna. Anthony deceased and Okay so you're saying living is what you said your brother in law who your son my brother in law and my nephew nephew who had a health scare recently well that would be my brother-in-law about every five minutes. He has won.

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Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

Who? Weekly

03:32 min | 8 months ago

Jane Krakowski is NOT dating the MyPillow guy

"Jane kiosque is dating. Famed architect david rockwell. Not the my pillow guy. She basically was like. I'm dating someone now. I have to tell everyone who is. Because i've to fight this information and a half to say we've got a few calls we did. If there's a few sources that we have now that told us that i'm pretty sure that's it was fake news and now i'm kind of like confused as to why the daily mail published it like what was their kind of weird. Wha how does it benefit them. Because now he's suing them for like seventy five thousand dollars or something. That's like defamation. But as another person called in and explain what you've explained to me in the past where it's like you can't say that it hurt you unless it was actually harmful gossip to you. He's claiming that it was harmful and has specific details that are harmful to him. But you can't just be like. I'm suing because he said i'm in a relationship. It has to be harmful to your reputation in a way right. I mean again not a lawyer but it just seems like it's going to be if not hard entertaining to see how someone claims that being rumored to be in a relationship with a pretty universally beloved celebrity people by and large light car. How is this defamatory for a rumor. Maybe daily mail was just like we know that this is the case. We're going to take the chance and just go for it even though this probably might be falsely might get sued in this guy's very rich and he has enough money to sue us if anything. It's damaging for her reputation to dating him and she's seems to have laughed at off based on her statement but is she laughing it off when they're leaking actual boyfriend to the fix clearly serious. I mean there's clearly there's like strategy here like why do we give a shit who jim krause. Geus dating at this point. Who is this guy who literally who cares. And that's what she's been working with this whole time. Basically who cares. I love this lead. Though a bizarre report that actress page six complaining about the daily mail. It's like we're all. These are both i arms of the same tree branches of the your your cousin first cousin. Although i always complain about my cousins. So i get. that's true. A bizarre report. That actress. Jane creek hausky had an affair with my pillow guy. Mike lindell was fiercely. Shot down now page. six can exclusively revealed. The thirty rock star has been sharing more elegant pillow. Talk with famed architect david rockwell. It truly is do you. And i bet what happened which i think is just so funny to me. I bet page six already knew this information but no one cares jim hausky stating he just an architect. I bet jane's people were like well. You just publish. Jane is dating a now. it's relevant or they just were like oh pages like we actually know her boyfriend is. Let's just publish it again. Because it's relevant. You know what i mean. It's funny because the news is coming off as like. Oh look who. She's dating now. It's like she's been dating this guy for like what three years two year like for a significant amount of time since two thousand and nineteen according to this okay so enough time two years one year basically. And they're like let's like time to drop this this news now that she's relevant. I just think that's so funny because otherwise why would we have this. Like who care. And i would believe that because they're proof even as they as you scroll down. It's like she's been pictured with this guy many times so it's just like she's not really trying to hide a relationship. It's just not i don't really care with that. And now that this other thing came out they care he seems fine. Whatever like it doesn't surprise me. At all his stuff is cool. Like i went to his website rockwell through dot com rockwell like a fancy various steamed architect. Who designs really cool like spaces. It's not like house. It's like public spaces and businesses in school. I don't know it looks like a fancy pants architect itself. Funny

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"geus" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

CafeínaCompilada

02:08 min | 9 months ago

"geus" Discussed on CafeínaCompilada

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"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

Potentieel Goud

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

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"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

Potentieel Goud

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

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"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

Potentieel Goud

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

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"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

Potentieel Goud

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"geus" Discussed on Potentieel Goud

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Molly Sims: Supermodel To Super Healthy

The Ultimate Health Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Molly Sims: Supermodel To Super Healthy

"Here? We go with Molly Sims. Hi Molly how are you. Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm gate how're you were doing. Great were excited to chat with you molly and to start off. I want to talk about how you grew up with a mom who is into fresh food as she was into cooking being at home. And I'm just curious with she the earliest inspiration for your current interest in health and wellness. I think so. I mean my mom was one of six women were from Kentucky. She grew up on a farm. What they grew is what they ate? She was from the south so it was very fresh. I would say organic at the time as as much as it could be but yeah I think from my mom it was such an inspiration. I think she even took it to be honest with you. One step farther because she would travel with my dad they owned owned a book company and she we go all over to different colleges and universities so she just was exposed to a lot and she would bring that information exposure back to the family okay and to have her prunes at her al-menzah and she'd be making her smoothie like she did this way before like it became trendy. You know what I mean. Even in her last few years there's even though she's very sick now. She has taken care of herself from absolutely day. One which it's made a difference in my life because she taught me everything Yes yes for sure. She had a huge impact on me and my brother and in the earlier I did you resist that or were you into it you know. My mom was always someone who who was very healthy but at the same time she had no problems with her weight so she was like. Let's not have the Arby's sandwich with a frosty see and the fries. She was really good. I didn't really resist that much. One great thing about mom. She wasn't so like you have to do this. Has it has to be this way. Like she definitely lead by example as opposed to telling me what to do or what to eat eventually like I pretty much embrace almost everything she did. Ed and you mentioned the fact that your mom grew up on a farm was your grandma's farm around when you're a kid yes we go there. It was great I mean had upon with fish just at a bar. They grew tomatoes cucumbers peas. They would shell make jam main homemade ice cream. Everything amazing and how would you describe your childhood. My childhood was pretty idealistic. A main I was from Kentucky a very small town very family oriented a beautiful community that a small town offers. I A lot of support a lot of women helping women and families helping families. I wish the education would have been a little bit better. But ideally I mean I had I can say I'm not in therapy over my family name like my brother and I are very blessed to have the support and Mohammed that we did and you grew up in a family with six other siblings. Correct mom was one of six and my dad was one of two. You have your brother. I just had my brother. Yeah but my grandparents my mom grip on a farm and it was beautiful thing because we'd go and visit you know my grandmother grandmother and my grandfather and all her sisters and brothers and what we ate was from that farm. You know they go and put in bags and bring it back home and we shall appease with my grandmother and my mother and they would make jams would make pies all her sisters. It was just very familial you know. And how has this carried over to your life life today. I think it's carried over to life today in a way that I love tradition. I love family. I love community. I love sitting around a table. Well I'M NOT GONNA lie. It's the one thing that at least one meal a day that my family is. We do the Rosen at the Warren which is what was the best part of your day in what was the yuckiest. Geus part of your day are the not so great part of your day. I try to eat healthy. I make smoothies. We look at a lot of almost all the ingredients. It's like we really tried to make. It is organic and healthy and delicious as possible.

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"geus" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"geus" Discussed on First Take

"Now he's not getting worse. It's getting better seventeen years in the league. He's leading the League in assists Damien Woody. He's averaging twenty five twenty six points a game. He's up there rebounds again at thirty five years old like low management is what it is okay all right like to play the game able this because actually your phone has been blowing up for. What what you said about? Lebron Lakers matched up directly against Janas. How did you neutralize them off? Aw You know the whole season humble about you not want to be defensive player of the year and tonight saw Joel embiid finished with thirty one points and eleven rebounds and last night's win against the box Chennai. Our girl is back with us today. I'm going to start with you. It can impede me the best player in the East Joel. EMBIID could be the best player in the east. Well he be. No because there's Jaanus now you heard it in the Post Game Conference Joel. EMBIID is pacing himself. He got his heart broken in the playoffs. Last season from there from then on he said guess what I want to be available in one one hundred percent in the playoffs. Now we gotta treat on Christmas Day where he bawled out but I think Joel. EMBIID has the long-term vision. Now someone not pacing themselves is Jaanus. Janas has an entire team tailored to his needs. The it's Jaanus and a whole bunch of floorspace Jaanus in a whole bunch of snipers this entire book squad makes makes Janas be able to reach his full potential thirteen guys on the bucks average double digit minutes. If you think about the seventy sixers. They struggle with space. That's that's largely because there are other all star. Ben Simmons SORTA struggle with his perimeter shot. We always count. How many threes he makes sense and so on and so forth now the sixers? They've been shooting the ball where they're coming the office of twenty-one threes in a game tying the franchise record guest things are looking optimistically but the thing is John has that bread and butter of having teammates which which allows him to reach his maximum potential. Offensively Joan beat. They sometimes struggle being able to allow him to dominate the paint. And that's because of the lack of outside shooting as great as indeed wants to be. He's cool he's fine with just being dominant. Maybe defensive player of the year. Come playoff his where he wants to make some noise and they treated Christmas Day like like a playoff game but he is not pacing himself and so far with his team the buck surrounding him with a strong supporting cast that allows him to be the best player. Well I I agree or disagree. He can be if he plays the way that he played yesterday. Okay because I play with a guy by the name of Shaquille O'Neal and no he's not the dominant player. Shaquille O'Neal is but when he gets the ball on the block he can dominate it. Anybody in the eastern conference and his skill level is to where he could step out and shoot a three pointer will so if he comes and plays as the way that he did yesterday with the enthusiasm and you know something approved because definitely he definitely had something to prove plan Janas and the bucks yesterday that that he could definitely be the best player in the Eastern Conference. Now Willie do it. We don't know that because it's consistency has been up and down. He might score thirty two points one game. He might have a game in Toronto where he score any points so Janas is bringing it every night night in and night out. He's he's coming coming with effort energy and all that so but I think if embiid plays with the intensity and the effort that he played with yesterday yesterday he has the ability to be the best player in the Eastern Conference. I definitely think he can be the best player in the Eastern Conference. I think you know when the physical geus match the approach that he had yesterday yeah that combination. He's absolutely the best player in the Eastern Conference and the thing that the jumped out to me was in post game when he talked about how he wanted to be the defensive player of the year to me. That says something. It's one thing we all know the physical physical gifts in the things that he can do from office. You know just offensively where he can do when you talk about being the defensive play here you the grunt work the dirty. Were the things that you gotta do. Haven't taken upon yourself and say you know what I'm GonNa go jaanus who's right now's how's the. MVP It if we if we had to the person he's the MVP the league and to shut him down to frustrate him if Embi he put that type of energy into being the defensive player of the year combined that with the skills that he already has as offers a player. I mean. You're talking about a guy who's seven one that just flawless footwork can go out in the three point line and hit three probably better than John is can. Oh yeah definitely a better than John can bring it. Bring that mentality and saying you know what on the deep end. That's where I really WANNA step up in effect the game if he does dead Eh. Then there's no question in my mind the he's absolutely the best player in the east and also underrating Janas defense. I know he kind of got exposed because they were absolutely absolutely disrespectful to his perimeter even though he's having a strong you know year shooting the ball the three ball. But what you guys are forgetting that the supporting cast matters like you cannot be hampered and by your teammates or teammates need to empower you to play the best game you the best. You're capable of playing if you think about Janas he's surrounded by shooters snipers and there's so much spacing and and they play with pace that plays to his strengths. If you think about George Hill shooting the ball he's giving you the best three point percentage in the NBA. If you think about Khris Middleton he was five or nine nine yesterday thirty one point five nine from three he has guys that know their roles even the one game that you did not play his supporting Catholic. So good that you know. I thought the PELICANS looking to beat them but no instead the bucks were still able to get a win because they had the system now does Philly have the system for Joan bead to maximize his potential not necessarily their best primer shooter. At times is out. Horford or Tobias Harris now Tobias is arnold all his money he just came off like thirty five point game. But you know what Philly he does. They have. Ben Simmons bring up the ball and then get an a pick and roll with Tobias and they treat Tobias like the Guard and Ben Simmons like the Post and guess what happens when Ben Simmons is a post post it infringes on Joel embiid's space. He won't be able to be as productive and that's the struggle. I think one P one thing that people forget is it's so easy for this. Philly team came to galvanize and to really get up for Christmas Day and play. There are a lot of young. We're seeing young stars emerge but there are a lot of young eagles on Philly like Joel. EMBIID Ben Simmons Simmons. They're sort of trying to edge out some territory. Who is the Alpha right? And it's easy to figure that all out on Christmas Day when everybody wants to win. I WANNA see that type of chemistry. How mystery building? It's not necessarily Joel dominating each and every time I wanna see the sixers chemistry being built over the course of the season so that when Joel is pacing himself off and gets to the playoffs. Guess what they can actually do something. They have a lot of questions still to be answered on the perimeter and I think that hinders dwell and be compared to Jaanus who man they already know their system like this is a team that can walk out and win games and I think that's why the sixers win was so impressive but still Y- honest has all the pieces around him for him to continue to expand his game. We're just waiting for the sixers to figure it out so that he can do the same Chennai you mentioned the sixers but Damon. I'll ask you. Do you think the sixers are the biggest biggest threat to the box in the east of course and you saw last night. And this is why I said joy and be could be the best player in the eastern conference authorises that they have the athleticism and they have the players to throw at Janas where they could play one on one. I think what the bucks I do too most teams..

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"geus" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"geus" Discussed on Veterinary Podcast by the VetGurus

"What's what's gone wrong? Back Jay's impressed I would that books done to you bring. That's right. Yes he had made to get in there and ready to fight. What we we don't really have a mind topic mark so all idea? Oh you did suggest one side you might want to spend a few minutes on this As part of their Christmas special that you wanted to chat about the things that we sometimes let's say over the Christmas period with our pets That are all pit sort of broad into where clinic and had avoid some of the some of the emergency saw supplies. Thank you mentioned that that happened at this time. The am I want to mention one that I can't remember with mentioned this before in a in a podcast wells. This Tommasi almasy. The happened way back in the first practice I ever I ever would in Mac and this was a man came rushing into the clinic and said help may help me of I think of killed my dog. I think I have mentioned this. But it was many podcasts And it was a German shepherd And he every day or if he waited because I think it was on on a Saturday morning he came in he would practice his golf swing with his German shepherd in the backyard outmatch. I'm not thinking what's going to happen. He so he had one of those little Nitsa halfway it. Put Little Tae in your Golf Ball. into the into the grass and then he would practices drive and any do full on swing Hit The ball into the net And his beloved the German shepherd would would then go and Fitch the bowl for him from the net and bring it back to him and they set it up again on the way in a need have another cricket practicing his swing mark and He done this many weeks if not many months so many years with the dog and for some who knows what raising the dog decided to retrieve abol just to seal is coming on his downswing Mac and he latrice smack this ball with his his golf club head into the head of the dog And it just clicked in front of him and he bundled the dog into the back of his youth his his his tried truck and brought it to the clinic can can rushton and followed him back into the car back and Help to carry the dog into the consultation. Roy Meant and yes it. It had this perfectly sort of impression of of Gulf in club a driver in in in the skull of the of of of the dog in a depressed fracture there. And what still the door was still twitching for for Another media type. Jane Hate Him. He'd killed his dogs. That's why Christmas so it's it's not Christmasy at all and it's uplifting well her and I know that one popped into my head MMA but because you're going to talk about emergencies happen this tire. That's right that's why introductions away and I don't know how it missed my least but But Gulf bowl interest to the criterium is is not one of the twelve common dangers. We say at Christmas time and I think this is a useful. The thing particularly. I guess we'll have to forgive me. He's listening because then we are going to fight this on a strategy. But I think some of these things are a a little bit universal and I suppose my I'm might sort of list of a dozen things that I would normally ask my staff to be aware of as emergencies agencies coming in and And I definitely spent can stretch the second one because your story is very reminiscent innocent of the whole steak thing. We regularly say people this time of year with them dilate sightings and holiday. Tom Get the dogs at Warren. And grab a few sticks and tells them table reporter colleagues in German shepherds will retrieve them and bring them back about more than once we've had is spear into the ground and the dogs jump on the the resulting steak and do damage to the the back of the mouth and develop a lot of infection and abscess subsists material. And sometimes if it's lift they can like indefinitely. Get into trouble with them. Assistant foreign bodies and often by night to get to the point where it complex imaging is required to get a little splittism things out of that when muscles and soft tissue with the back of the throat and So this is one situation you know. It'd be plastic of the person trying to save the environment now. But I think now things like frisbees tennis bowls for them to pitch rather than them. spunky sticks will might be a stick that said the engine in edmonds rounded often. So it doesn't spear into the ground things that must be a little bit edit. Go with. That's my first one been in and I think I can with the steep speak story Royal Golf Club tragedy into the stick compartment. What chat with aesthetics with domes at Christmas on and another well at a directly related Christmas problem might not say many a surprise it's Katzav saying predominantly that of eight and the bowls and older older tinsel off the trays and end up having abstractions or partial obstructions in you have to try to extract bits of tinsel from from from a cat urine? I just don't know whether it's sales but maybe people have been reading your book written. They much happier earn and putting more lights and tinsel on the front fence and trying to get into the Christmas spirit and dumb and so there are increased number of definitely. Can't so it'll say dulled Su Being presented with songs of partial instructional will the cats will often end up with linear foreign body in so yes definitely a thing to watch out for trying to rein Joel You'll soglio shiny playful things that the cat smart eight in such a way that they can't easily get to them in your mind might away united poultry trifles. I if the cat gets the team so at least you know that they've been playing with it because it's a it's a frustrating often happens around Christmas Tom. And then a few days later when they're off the food a few days light up once a radiographic evidence of foreign bodies with publication of the intestine is apparent so game being away arranging the decorations so that I can be in a situation where the animals can play with the Maytham awesome swollen. Break them all that. SORTA stuff his Funded Challenge CanNot be interested in your thoughts on. It is windy decide. Decide that we need to take this to surgery. Or when do we just Satan right and and think paps this is going to pass through Regardless of sort of what diagnostic. Do minima be obvious on on the Zama on righty graph That we've got something that's a bit of a mess in there that we have to her. Remove the one that can relate to recently when you're talking about plastic is ahead a Guinea pig. Iron Cam in a couple of this is a guy where the Guinea pig at this very good Guinea pig and this is a relatively new animal to the collection That F- Assam Strange race and decided to eight the hall maliable off. I water bottles amount Franklin brand and Here in Austria water liable from plastic bottle. So that somehow manage to to rip off the whole liable of of that time plastic bottle and eight-minute interfaces off expected and swallow it on clinical examination was brought us about an an and it had eight in the previous day and way at the moment we just sitting and waiting to say what happens with that one and hopefully it passes at bits of bits of liable. Bits of plastic. Come out the other end. What's your general rules of Of White do we help push things through to we just treat. The animal is normally fits behave in normal and and worry if it becomes alive really. This is funny. It's always like Geus pay. Because they said Question that's plight on my mind clinically. Quite a bit late. I'm I've been aware of a number of cases where he will wait. Wait colleagues have Have linked in emergency session to do a a Macaroni and Inter automates Get to a gastrointestinal farm. Buddy and In an animal has subsequently developed aspiration. PNEUMONIA MONJA In the post operative period I had some gut stasis not a surprise and end so they had a quite serious Sequentially Villainy and mighty that that material is GonNa Pasta. The as you said. The animal wasn't jumping showing any significant clinical signs. It was just the knowledge. which that have been ingested? I don't think a lot of you know whether it's dogs or guinea pigs or rabbits a lot of the in digestible foreign material by eight on. I'm I'm sure they break down the majority of breaking it down into tiny pieces. I'm the often not gonna go all the way through and give us give us some glittery Tori plastic widen tinsel liden droppings to pick up a and my slide the process but I'd often pass away through so I think sometimes it's damned if you do damned if you are try because it's because I am naturally conservative attitude. Today's things in a muffin. Happy to sit and watch. Do try and be a little bit more proactive At the very first instance of any clinical clinical sign. That might be negative decide to go in. But I think you're wrong Watching waiting at I think I answered you question at. It'll be honest now you did it. It's it's probably what I do in that. It's a struggle as well. I think I'm an and attend if anything I tend to attend to sit in by not jumpin unless it's particularly indicated on. I WANNA buy one of my lectures at universities. you know always always tended to strike Tom You try not to take in Notre Sadri unless you now need surgery and As a general rule that applies will either exceptions options on the GM got in there. And if the Senate but I would also emphasise the need for surgery that's a great price because the facility is not necessarily on that I can save is a obstructing somebody on the nathe surgery. Just might be ornate Lucan so I always want whether it's I'm bits I work with the client so anyone listening now a lack army. That doesn't doesn't reveal a foreign body. All is something that you can hold in front of. The crime is still useful absolutely. It's a diagnostic tool an unearth. The name of it is exactly what what should what we need to concentrate on exploratory laboratories. Were exploring. We're having a bit of aloke poking around Brandin there and and done correctly. It's not necessary a failure if if you don't find anything because you might end up doing biopsies or confirming I am in that it isn't an obstruction That you'll concern about now. One of the case of a little bit off topic I probably would want to chat about. It's Christmas again is Many many years ago that same practice settles why can at Referred I referred. I An emergency case case why she wasn't imagine and so is a chronic. It was a chronic. Intermittent vomiting rottweiler mark which is probably a good one terrific anyway to the university hospital? Um and this was in the days when those property in late two emergency clinics here in Melbourne Australia one must university Mama Sadie original animal emergency.

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"geus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:36 min | 2 years ago

"geus" Discussed on KTOK

"The remaining part of our interview with the president of the United States. Go right ahead. Bernie Sanders believes terrorists should be able to vote. Joe Biden has announced the other day that he wants to run it. He's got a history of actually supporting segregation back seventy. He starts attacking you for Charlottesville. I just wanna make this clear. I read the transcript went back and listen to the audio what she said at Charlottesville. Right. You never said anything positive about Neo Nazis and Klansmen, and they but they continue to push that line. Don't think that's a terrible thing that they keep bringing up and I actually said two different ways. And I said it every way you can say it. But I said you have bad people in both groups you have you have good people in both. And by groups by groups, you meant protesters not the clan and not oh. But if you remember that started over the statue of perhaps, the greatest general in this year of our country in terms of strategic brilliance of you go to general's a lot of generals, I work with many of them think that strategically and in many ways, Robert Lee was the greatest general they have in Charlottesville where I have a big property. I have a big house in Charlottesville, believe it or not the John Geus state. And you know, you go and you look at this incredible. What was incredible statue of Robert leeann a horse and many of those people were from university of Virginia. They were from all around the neighborhood the area, they just wanted to protest the fact that they want to take down the statue of Robert Lee. Now, there were a lot of good people in that group, and they were protesting the taking down of such some people are for that. And some people are not what they're doing to you. Is there twisting what you say what they're saying? When you say a lot of good people see that he's talking about the Clancy that you're not. No, no. I'm talking about people that were there you and you had some very bad people at each group to you had some don't forget that was the beginning of antifa. That's when you first started hearing the word, and I'm not sure I heard the name antifa before Charlottesville. Let me ask you this hitting people with clubs and sticks that you had bad people in bo- on both sides also. And I said that do you think they're going to scrutinize what Joe Biden actually said in in very in a particular way in the nineteen seventies about race. Let me ask you this. Would you like to run against they got quite a crew of ultra-low? Left us out there. Well, I have to say that, you know, look, the the standard answer I'll run against any of them. Do I have a pick? Maybe I'll tell you when I'm with you. I want to thank you you have been so brilliant and so good. And it's it's been incredible. The show you did on television the other night. I tell people was like total genius. It was like you built a building. Like, you a building from the foundation all the way up in exposing the witch hunt, exposing the the whole really horrible thing that they created out of absolately nothing. That was the only thing they did. Well, she didn't run a good race. But she sure as hell built a a good thing after the race and actually during the rest because you know, that didn't start with Muller that started long before Muller that was a coup. They were really there was a coup that sorted long before Muller. And that was the whole thing with dirty cops and FBI and all of the things that you know, about better than anybody. Else? I mean, if you look at the people involved in that horrible situation, and that was a very dangerous thing for our country. And and now people understand it, really. They understand it. But you know, they'll go on. But I think I think it's embers now, I just think it's a little embers. I hope so anyway, because it's so bad for our country puts us in such a bad light. It really it really hurts us as a country. What I think we've done a good job. But look how far the democrat party has lurched left. I mean all sound like Bernie Sanders now they have lurched left. And I watched birdie the other day talking about, you know, prisoners vote, and I said, Well, I I actually said because then they went into that. I said prisoners, then they said, well that means the Boston bomber you know, they used a couple of beautiful examples. Like the Boston bomber. He said that influence the Boston bomber. And I said, whoa, that's heavy stuff. And then you hear other people more or less agreeing with. With him that you know are running. And I think it's amazing. But I don't mind I don't mind campaigning on the fact that I will not allow ever to have the Boston bomber be voting. Okay. I don't mind that. I think that's not. I don't lose any points with the with the world of politics with that. It's ridiculous. But that's what I'm running against that. It is amazing to me to you. How far left these people have gone, but yes, will expose it for what it is while in two years, despite all it's been going on around being from us of you've been remarkably successful president. You have mentioned the courts yet you've done a tremendous job in the courts, which is very very difficult. You've been fighting this battle on immigration you've cities and states that are violating federal law with the sanctuary nullification nonsense. You have people who are trying to undermine the United States military. You're standing for the United States military. You're doing a lot of things that the people who live between the two coasts. Wanted you to do. Right. I just wanted to mention that as as as we end our discussion market. I could I just like to thank the farmers because you know, we're doing great trade deals, and they're going to be among the biggest beneficiaries they've been so patriotic so loyal and this sorta do really well. And and you know, they've been going down for fifteen twenty years a long time, but the farmers and we rebuilt the military, and we will you mentioned the courts we'll have very shortly within another couple of months, I'll have a hundred and forty five federal judges, including two on the supreme court hundred forty five nobody would have thought that's possible and one hundred forty five top percentage all top notch. So we're very happy with that. Well, Mr President be safe out there were for because rooting for you is rooting for the country. I really appreciate it. I love your show. And I you're very special, man. I appreciate it very much and you've been with me from early on. And. Very early almost at the beginning. You took a little side path for a few months. But that was okay. And he happens to be a good, man. He he ended up doing a good job kid. I understand I understand that too. But I really do. Appreciate it very much less and best to your family's. Thank you very much. Thank right. Take care. I'm back live. Cracks. He always does that too. By the way. He never lets me forget, well, I'll tell you what. Ted Cruz is a terrific terrific conservative. He really is. And he's doing a hell of a job too. But this is our president. And I know this going to it's going to upset the people at media can upset the people what are the other crazy left wing sites. Can't remember them all media matters. And so forth. I am proud of this president. I am proud of him. I'm proud of the fight city picks with the media with media outlets with individuals of reporters who think they own this country. The only airwaves they don't. I'm proud of what he's doing on the judiciary. I'm proud of the fact that he is criticized the judiciary and the foolishness of the chief Justice pretending there aren't Obama judges and so forth. Like, we're all supposed to play stupid. I am proud of what he's trying to do on the border. President finally who's trying to secure our country's safety and national security. And yes. To ensure that the culture survives, and that's very very important thing as simulation is crucial into our culture. Not us into other cultures. People are fleeing those cultures. Why would we want to be like those cultures? Those cultures should be like our culture. This president has increased defense spending. He doesn't go around the world apologizing for us. He doesn't show up. Like, a slip and fall lawyer the cream various at the scene of crimes trashing our police officers. I mean, he's trying to do the right things. And he is he's fighting a fifth column in this country made up of the media people like Connolly Nadler and the rest of the reprobates. Fighting these billionaires who seek to take him out because they like the status quo. This this clown style. What what a jacket you wanna see if he'll come on this show, mister producer, Tom star. Tell them you're buying up the Airways with all your how about you come on free radio right here right here Radio Free America where he and I can debate. The president is trying to do the very best. He can. And he's doing great things. And I'm telling you if he doesn't win reelection. We are going to regret this deeply. Deeply. And when the day comes whether it's in two years God forbid or four years, and he's no longer president. We're gonna regret that too. We're gonna regret that too. Despite what the left says is going to treat this president very very well history's going to treat. The media. The never Trumpers and the Democrats the rogue to radical Democrats run the house of representatives today, very very poorly. This I truly believe. The economy. Up until today. We were told we were heading for recession three point two percent GDP growth in the first quarter. You've heard everyone talked about this. But I'm gonna tell you something you haven't heard them talk about three point two percent. Obama never got that. With the government shutdown. You say my attitude is what the government shutdown the private sector felt that it could actually muscle up more. The regulators weren't regulating. The government wasn't in your face. We the people we make this country wealthy. We grow the economy. Not government, not the bureaucrats. We could do so well, even so much better. If we had so much less government. But we were told over and over and over again by the financial experts. You know, they use backdrop the stock market by the by the financial hosts on all kinds of cable TV including our favorite cable station that we were headed for muddy waters. I want you to listen to this. This also is from unfreedom of the press..

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"geus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"geus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"All right. This is about four or five minutes long. The remaining part of our interview with the president the United States. Go right ahead. Bernie Sanders believes terrace should be able to vote Joe Biden has announced the other day that he wants to run. And he's got a history of actually supporting segregation back seventy. He starts attacking you for Charlottesville. I just wanna make this clear. I read the transcript went back and listen to the audio what you said Charlottesville. You never said anything positive about Neo Nazis and Klansmen, and they but they continue to push that line. Don't they terrible thing that they keep bringing up and I actually said two different ways. And I said it every way you can say it. But I said you have bad people in both groups you have you have good people. Both of by groups by groups, you meant protesters, not the clan and not. Oh, no. I only met the protesters. But if you remember that started over the statue of perhaps the greatest general in the history of our country in terms of strategic brilliance. If you go to general's a lot of generals, I work with many of them think that strategically and in many ways, Robert Lee was the greatest general they have in Charlottesville. Where I have a big property. I have a big house in Charlottesville, believe it or not the John Geus state. And you know, you go and you look at this incredible. What was incredible statue of Robert leeann a horse and many of those people were from university of Virginia. They were from all around the neighborhood the area, they just wanted to protest the fact that they want to take down the statue of Robert Lee. Now, there were a lot of good people in that group, and they were protesting the taking down of such some people are for that. And some people are paying what they're doing to you. Is there twisting what you say what they're saying? When you say a lot of good people see that he's talking about the Clancy that you're not. No, no. I'm talking about people that were there you and you had some very bad people at each group to you had some very dull forget that was the beginning of antifa. That's when you first started hearing the word, and I'm not sure I heard the name antiga before Charlottesville. Let me ask you were hitting people with clubs and sticks that you had bad people in both on both sides. Also. And I said that do you think they're going to scrutinize what Joe Biden actually said in in very in a particular way in the nineteen seventies about race. Let me ask you this. Would you like to run against they got quite a crew of ultra? Left us out there. I have to say that, you know, look, the the standard answer I'll run against any of them. Do I have a pick? Maybe I'll tell you when I'm with you. I wanna thank you. You have been so brilliant and so good. And it's it's been incredible. The show you did on television the other night. I tell people was like total genius. It was like you built a building. Like, you a building from the foundation all the way up in exposing the witch hunt, exposing the the whole really horrible thing that they created out of absolutely nothing. That was the only thing they did. Well, she didn't run a good race. But she sure as hell built a a good thing after the race and actually the risk because you know, that didn't start with Muller that started long before Muller that was a coup. They were really there was a coup that started long before Muller, and that was the whole thing with dirty cops and FBI and all of the things that you know, about better than anybody else. I mean if you look at. The people involved in that horrible situation. And that was a very dangerous thing for our country. And and now people understand it, really. They understand it. But you know, they'll go on. But I I think it's embers now, I just think it's ambers I hope so anyway, because it's so bad for our country puts us in such a bad light. It really it really hurts us as a country..

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"geus" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"geus" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"And he's unfortunately, a pilot that didn't go very funny show. And I had just I had just done a bit on the show, and you're just about to do a bit on the show sitting back there, you know, behind him curtains, looking at the monitors went from Cuba Q, and I had this thought which I didn't express you at the time, which was just kind of looking at you. And how handsome you are gather from your show that maybe that was something you had to work at. Yeah. It wasn't until recently where you know, hey, Indian culture, yoga all of this stuff meditation. This stuff is become sort of new nouveau riche, chic cool, cutting edge that period of time you were sort of. You know, lumped into this weird quickie mart terrorist territory, coupled with the fact that hey, look cow pen hadn't broken yet as easing sorry. Hadn't broken yet. Mindy Kaeling hadn't broken Khamelnov. All these diverse new interesting Brown voices hadn't broken yet. So just the sheer possibility of me ever being on like television. It seemed impossible. So were you thinking when you were a teenager when you were in high school were you thinking I'm going to get out of Davis. Or were you thinking I'm going to get some graduate degrees and good job. Yeah. I was going to do the interlude tracks on college dropout. I was going to sack up some degrees. And then and then yeah, just get get a good job. And so that's that's that's really what I thought was going to happen. And it wasn't until we didn't have cable television, my freshman year of college at UC Davis. A buddy of mine had downloaded Chris rock's? Never scared, and this truly dates this that was two thousand four that special came out. I'd go into his room. He's watching it. And it clicked for me in that moment. I go stand up comedy to me. It's just funny speech and debate I had done speech and debate in high school fedora Geus thing I've ever heard anyone say, yeah. But Jesse isn't it me speech? I see I see someone who stand. It's totally like inaugurals. This is my calling. Yeah. It was I was like this is funny speech innovate. And that's when I went on my deep dive in the the comedians that I fell in love with were great speech and debaters, I think Greg Giraldo may he rest in peace would have been would have been amazing friends. And so all those you know, I started thinking about it. And it wasn't until after doing it ten eleven years that then you know, it all clicked together with the daily show. But I I never thought that that was going to happen. I I really. Yeah. I thought I was just going to go to grad school in. Yeah. And get a job. I think that the fact that you started doing stand up comedy in Sacramento in the bay area. Yeah. Seems significant to me because it's a scene that is not quite big enough to really break down into sub scenes, but it is also, you know, it's a place that's full of all different kinds of people and so on and so forth. And and for that reason, it seems to me. Like a great opportunity for especially comics of color to learn how to share their experience with those kinds of audiences that we talked about, you know, it's the place where W Kamau bell can learn to do jokes for an audience. That's fifty percent white twenty percent black twenty percent. Asian American ten percent, Latino, whatever right, right. Like, I can figure out the cognitive framework to make this joke work. I I got translate this experience. Right where arch Barker and Almaden Golan. Yeah. What whoever the people are all going on together in a row? Yeah. I mean, I got I got this. Awesome experience. I can't believe some of the lineups got to perform me. Allie Wong w Belle isle. Madrigal Hsiang Wang, Louis cats Moshe casher, it's like look at the the. It's literally like a walking joke like a Jew, a black identity, and I'll walk into a bar like and yet our audience might be an audience in like Fairfield, which is even more like Buni ish than Davis or Sacramento. And you know, I was doing the thing where in comparison to the Baria Sacramento was a scene. It was really kind of looked down upon like, the comics that came from sac to SF, even though some of them are great, you know, Mike Winfield phenomenal Sacramento..

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"geus" Discussed on Dari and Mel

Dari and Mel

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"geus" Discussed on Dari and Mel

"Two thirty in the afternoon there nine thirtyish over here about pre sheet the time, taking some time out of your golf coverage. There. I want to ask you before we talk about tiger Justin Rose. Who even you tweeted about made a birdie one birdie yesterday to make the cut on eighteen right on the number. He shoots a sixty four today. How gettable is this course today. Yeah. Well, I think that was pay guys by the way good morning. He he kind of proved that there's there's some numbers out there. Chris would a guy from England also had a really good score. Shut sixty six if there's also a sixty five in it's perfect right now, it's it's nice. It's calm. The sun's out, you know temperatures really, really comfortable. And you know, I mean as gettable is hard force like this can be when there's when there's no wind and they're, they're figuring it out now after playing it for most of most of the week, if you're playing while you're going to give yourself some opportunities and and we're seeing it. So it's, you know, you really can't. You can't be making a lot of cars right now. You need to try to force the issue a little bit and get red numbers. Tiger Woods. A two putt birdie on that is six or golf clap for tiger. Woods. If we, if we have that he drops to two under right now, it is four shots off the lead Meyer. I'm wondering Bob, obviously, the narrative with tiger is the hope is he wins another major at some point who knows if that will happen. But opposite seems like he's made some improvements. What have you noticed about tiger and how he's progressed this season to this point? What are some of the improvements he's made his game that you've seen. Well, I just think in general overall, he's been building on what was you know, almost starting over and you know if if anything, he, he raised our expectations because he came back so quickly and so affected -ly you know, early on like his fourth tournament back, he he almost one and that's really, really kind of unrealistic to think that you could do that. This is only as twelve tournament. You didn't play at all last year played. What a couple of times at toward actually played towards the end of two thousand sixteen in two events in two thousand seventeen, and that was it. So you know, he hadn't played a major championship in two years and he hasn't played this kind of golf in three years. You know, to the to be actually in this position is quite remarkable. What would Tigers yet to do though is he's had to put it all together. You know he has. He has good rounds. Going doesn't finish him off for lately. It's been an inability to get off to a fast start tournaments. He, you know, even here he was not in the top thirty after round one. And you know, it's, he's, he's kinda put himself in a hole every every week you know, making making it so that he's got a really, really grind to get back into contention. And that didn't use to be what he did. You know, it used to used to shoot a good score on day one and that makes life a lot easier. So I think if you take the big picture view, lots of positives, you know that second shot, he just hit on the on the sixth hole, granted the balls running and everything. But I mean he was two hundred and fifty yards out. He had a fire so long way to hit the ball, his drivers, three, thirty five. You know, he's got his power. There's no issues there. It's just at wasn't at some point. He needs to put it all together. Many. Any two putted from about eighty feet or so to make a birdie. Again, he's a two hundred for the tournament four shots off the lead talking about hair Geus SPN dot com..

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"geus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"geus" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Hello my name is the flying haikus geus and i'm with the first sausage roll on no you're gonna call me i'm gonna yeah okay coventry something the what but in pot versed on that subject always getting to pick his own nickname on typical when i said tonight it's good knob and because we're in the german speaking of italy always surprised never know why munich flags all over this year i think surprises people to learn that there is a part of his is rigorously germanspeaking i'm wearing tonight we're in a place called a needed off literally translated villa bassa and yeah everyone speaking german is what we are the only place in italy where they'll be looking forward to the football world cup x this summer they know the german line they still italian but i do support germany they don't do they not the sport by munich anyway we're we're this is a cycling podcast oh yeah and we are talking about the italia which another thrilling stage of that today will be singer evert she to lionel at the end of of good i'm going to throw the mike walkout don't do that m give us the tale of top please i'll be taking this over i guess or maybe dinu will and your ups and i'll be listening my street is that giving factual account of the day's racing for the benefit of the listeners no not not really.

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"geus" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"geus" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Now i made at twenty two apartment and you guys upbeat my reception being on the bottom floor that can groundwater geus had he may historic astro until now madonna another part of my house to hear your clear lives have been so all right man were what part of the ocean to you live in a pineapple i live with maryland in bo mira like heroin are now which we can hear you better but a union when anyway so many booger talking to your breath when you've got who yet would've been icu to nominate we will we will try to get you again we you bet let me turn of maps down a little bit let you go you don't think we just a bunch of as alls we are we are in be to live written around that yeah but one more time what we call he former merrily are you calling us from him oh that's much better right there so what are you do well i was growing up a little corner for colored orb sets the process for them he father was i'll mother athalie working for a wider turner the application of the club heard of that graduated from the carter was ruined by strangled got the gradual fox faulkner lovely congratulations man house yeah they moments that uh your inhumane inaba wanna put of equipped shot up uganda canopic which you from africa so on took up with whoever soon uh no one out of his christmas graduations only on it a married they can all are the.

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