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Bring Pokémon To The Bedroom With Official Branded Lingerie

What's Good Games

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Bring Pokémon To The Bedroom With Official Branded Lingerie

"Poke them on releases officially license lingerie we put in the show notes. Okay because if you put it in the window it'll show up on the thing and it'll yeah okay. What are we here okay? So I'm looking at an article. Nerd DOT DOT COM and it starts with nothing makes us feel quite as cute and flirty as the undergarments. Put on well. What if you could feel fun? And flirty well representing your favorite Phantom. So I'm looking at is this. Ev bronchiolitis and there's little at into the Braun Oh my God this is so cute. I WANNA die embroidery on. That is adorable. It's so cute. It's not to poke him on. This is this is everything. Okay so let me let me describe it for people who are who are maybe confused. So the first set is a BRA and panty set. It is like a Sweetheart Pink. A light blush color and it's got like a darker pink for the embroidery thread. It looks like it's got embroidery like from a distance. You would think it's more like a lace detail all along Mike the cups and the band of the Bra along the band of the panty and but if you look closer the embroidery details actually little. Eady's that are stitched into the Braun the panty and they have like a more button-down shirt and boxers female boxer shorts. They've got a different styles. The GIGLI puff one's a little bit difficult to see but but the the Pika Chew Brawl. Luke is really cute. So it's like a yellow Bra with like read print could see like peaky choose little red with a panty that has like lace on the on the leg holes. This is really only though. Yeah yeah to buy anything and have it shipped here help express words. I'm I'm considering. These are really cute pajamas. That's really cute to the The the little tea and short with the bow. Although I'm upset with done a sailor moon one and I totally missed it. Oh I would've loved sailor moon underwear

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"gigli" Discussed on Gotta Watch'em All - A Pok�mon Podcast

Gotta Watch'em All - A Pok�mon Podcast

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"gigli" Discussed on Gotta Watch'em All - A Pok�mon Podcast

"And it's like all the other eating would leprosy have they left Out in the water. This is really funny. Actually good kayakers. They're just not fast. Never catch trait traces. Focus though I can't even see her. I like how you could see the scale of kingdom here like how big it is at school. Yeah now tiny narrow. This is weird. Because they like bust into this montage and your. It's kind of out of nowhere. In the first time I watched through this I was like what is going on here. Like I don't understand like did they finally catch up to her or no. It's like they didn't even make this was all in. Tracy's head wonder where she could be. She's been taking. Hey wait what if something awful you see now. He goes now he. He imagined that whole wonderful montage. Now you imagining Garretta's coming in trashing. Everybody no I think they found. They found her and they were able to help out in their own way. That's what they were showing. And then this is there the way back or something like this was still there other kept up with her they how to paddle fast like what was. Gigli doing at the bottom of the ocean so random. There's no explanation enjoy pokemon now want nothing makes sense lyster Cole. But the current must have carried us away from our Kayak. How did you know there was sick? Cloister THE COW. Someone called her from the bottom line. Shut down and see nothing in. This episode is making sense giant Magic Carter either. Bathing suit's just happen to have. I don't even want to get into. And where's misty? Why did she come on? She didn't bring her bathing suit but she's a water trainer. She's always intervening guess. You're thermometer underwater so good. I Like I love this. Dugong peeking into now. Sure dedicated to helping. I'm so thirsty. Ashes like Oh yeah oxygen. Oh Yeah we need to breathe. Dugongs get ash. Do do about to be a murderer. Hey Hey hey guess who it is. It's it's Dude Dude.

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"gigli" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"gigli" Discussed on WTVN

"Mister minister hi ladies and gentleman no I mean you're not the music I want to reiterate something said a few weeks ago you want to encourage even beyond the patriotism and there's a lot of it in our pharmaceutical companies I don't I don't hear them attacking forest pharmaceutical companies anymore do you never I don't hear them attacking them anymore why is that now there are friends Johnson and Johnson which produces a lot of things including pharmaceuticals Roche Abbott laboratories while they're coming up with all kinds of stuff they're not even ripping us off so what I've told you for years for years my view is this you want to focus on science then you give every ability for the private sector to come up with therapies and vaccines and that means not just moving regulations out of the way and noticed that's what we have to do regulations that should never been in place when I have to push them out of the way but you give an incentive a national competition the first company that comes up with an effective vaccine they could be used widely throughout the population ten years no federal corporate income taxes you have to pay them all this stuff all the time I think out of the box where we any deficit spend deficit spend deficits but same with therapies companies that come up with therapies that could be used in the short term while the vaccination issues being dealt with ten years no federal corporate income tax it's no skin off our nose ladies and gentleman each spending trillions and trillions of dollars and we don't just need a economic growth the revitalization task force we need people on that task force we're going to consult Gigli.

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What is BMI?

20 Minute Fitness

03:56 min | 6 months ago

What is BMI?

"The body mass index is a measure your height and your weight workout if your weight is healthy the. BMI Calculation divides an adult's weight in kilograms by their height in meeting squared. I'd say a BMI of Twenty five means twenty five kilograms per meter squared. So as an example I'm around ninety four kilograms or around two hundred seven pounds. My wait wait. Sorry is one hundred eighty three centimeters or one eight hundred meters so the calculation I do is ninety four divided by one point eight three times. One point eight three or three point three five and this gives me a score of twenty eight point zero seven. which would make on the BMI scale overweight? which I like to I think I am not the scale for? BMI context is scored less than eighteen. Point five your underweight if you're the school between eighteen point eighty five to twenty four point nine a healthy weight and between twenty five twenty nine point nine your overweight this is where I apparently would lie and over thirty you orbis but now we're going to look at. Why should no longer rely on to see whether someone is a healthy weight? So the first point I wanted to make is that muscle is denser Sir than fat. So if we have an athlete to a lot of muscle mass and someone who's actually probably carrying too much body parts they may have the same. BMI or quite possibly the athletes will have a higher BMI. It makes no allowance for the relative proportions bone muscle and fat in the body. And as we know. Bonus also dented and and muscle and twice as dense as fat to some with strong bones and good muscle tone and low body. Fat could actually still have a high. BMI BMI also fails ACCOUNT FOR DIFFERENCES IN RACE Gender Age. However oversee these clear influence on one's body shape women naturally stole hiring body? Fat Men men. Generally how out denser and stronger bones than women have higher muscle mass as well. It doesn't differentiate between visceral fat internal vassar on your organs subcutaneous fats which which is the Gigli fat visible just under the skin and there's also case distribution changes with aging a better way to look at. What's whether you are classified as overweight very quickly is to do a different calculation? It's actually to do a waist height ratio and this is a simple measurement for assessment of your lifestyle risk. And whether you're overweight or not says comparing your waist circumference to your height so miss your waist conference at a horizontal line one inch above your belly button and your that obviously measuring hibernate measure as well so the calculation would be as follows you divide your waist circumference. This is easier in centimeters Tehran. Thirty four inches. Roughly equates to around eighty six point three six centimeters by your height in centimeters so one hundred eighty three centimeters and this gives my waist a high ratio a school of no point four seven. which would put me in the healthy category? There's a different scale than there is for the BMI. So check that out is it's different for men and women as well to equate different genders. So if a man is no point four seven the might be healthy but if a female score might not be just check those numbers that's just an example but but that's a quick solution or quick commission you can do as opposed to rely on your mind but obviously there are other methods that we'd recommend as well for tracking body fat knots. What's on there are a number of different ways through this example using shape scale or using fat calipers if you want to find a lot of different ways of how to track your body fat than death Qatar Guide to tracking progress on our blog because doug goes into every different method the pros and cons of each check that out but I wanted to really quickly this episode Sean some light on why be should not be the standard of whether will healthy or not and if you want a quick fix or a quick way to determine if you're right or not. Dan Do the waist to height

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

Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast

02:59 min | 7 months ago

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

"Also Mario Porn fucking mushroom soup on mushroom soup. Concentrates fucking discuss. Who gave a recipe Campbell Campbell? No it was. Yeah Yeah fucking big can unpack fuck that cranberry sauce I. You don't like cranberries that did you grow up in the kind of place where you would just put the can out in the shape relly our lives yet and then it just as Gigli Gigli dad on keeping it in the can shave on the table and then we have to slice it off like the circles because he liked the circle is just like a beach. It's almost like a religious. Yeah I like it in tact through rings to see how old the cranberry we are just startling guy. Funny what rules become very important. Patience for people and then you go Out into the world. And you're like no that's not do oh I grew up fucked up never understood the a sort of fanfare around cutting. Open the Turkey cutting open no rump talking about like it's very anti fans there one that you use once a year that electric and the other part of the batteries are out of this. You got fucking you know. It's just so anticlimactic fuh so you don't pass around the rest of the dishes while this jackass figuring out where only eating pie on Thanksgiving we'll let me let me say this. Let me break it down for it. Okay so I'm as awesome from Tucson a few years ago I figured out that one of the places that I like to stay in Tucson because both my parents don't have places anymore that I my dad immediately immediately turned my bedroom into his bedroom. Study it happened. I think I was like five minutes away from throwing away so so so I stay in. It's the desert is beautiful. It's great in the winter. I never go in the summer because I always hate heat but this place that is. It's just one of the western something but they have thanks giving buffet though only one year. It was like you know. Let's just do. Let's see what it's all about and they have you know it's Tucson's Tucson's so they have like the you barbecue. We got barbecue you on crowd. Legs crab legs crab leg a pile of barbecued meet and like a tamale done. Whatever shape and color you want? It's like they have everything. Hearts tremendous waste of food. Although I don't know oh because that places like Japan I bet they have. There are people every year that probably look forward to that and they show the fuck. It's like there it's lovely so it's really good if you can eat outside and beautiful so that has kind of become not going this year and I for without reason. I.

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Man Raising Awareness For 22Q Syndrome Receives Messages From Around The World

WBZ Morning News

01:36 min | 7 months ago

Man Raising Awareness For 22Q Syndrome Receives Messages From Around The World

"Local bands Christmas missions going viral worldwide WBZ TV is David Wade as that story Hey guys my name is because Boston Massachusetts twenty three year old Justin Gigli ADI posted this Twitter video on Saturday asking people to send him a merry Christmas wish it is already had two point seven million views I want to like in the world I am I want to be positivity to the world she's not just fishing for an online feel good moment Justin wants people to know about his disability caused by something called twenty two Q. a lot of people with disabilities don't share what they have but I've but that's my goal to change that twenty two Q. syndrome is caused by a missing piece of the twenty second chromosome Justin has a host of medical issues including congenital heart disease but it doesn't stop me from trying to raise awareness so through his post Justin explains his disability the response has been overwhelming thirty three thousand shares and eighteen thousand Christmas wishes for the quoting from Allender generous and Mariah Carey and they just keep rolling in merry Christmas doesn't enjoy your professional life have a wonderful Christmas twenty nineteen doesn't all the way from St Thomas Ontario Canada it's so cool I like this one I want there because it's often from a fellow twenty two Q. that's what I want to bring the community together something like this and it's all happening with the hash tag merry Christmas Justin don't be scared for your story don't be scared to because again at the end of the day

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"gigli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"gigli" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Kind of gigli matrix. And when two big things out in the universe, collide. They can send shockwaves through space time. They're like the ripples you make. When you toss a pebble into a pond being able to sense these. Waves is brand new for astronomy, which has spent centuries studying light Galileo invented the telescope used the telescope for the first time to do astronomy four hundred years ago and today, we're still beating better telescopes. I think this decade has been the beginning of gravitational wave astronomy. And she thinks it should just keep getting better. And better the United States has two facilities detecting, gravitational waves one in Washington state and one in Louisiana together, they are called lie. Go for the laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory I drove about an hour and a half north of New Orleans to see the one in rural Louisiana, the head of the observatory Joe Jami took me over to a display case to see a gold medal. People who win Nobel prizes can pay a little extra money in check a box and get a duplicate each site has one of these since the first detection of gravitational waves was such a big deal that the Nobel committee pretty much instantly honored. Three American physicists for their work on this project. We walk out onto a bridge that goes over a big concrete pipe from here. We see the pipe going off into the distance. And we can also see another pipe as well Jami says each is more than two miles long. They come together in a shape that from above looks like a capital L. I've spoken with pilots who fly over this. And they wonder why there's a pipeline that starts. Nowhere travels a couple of miles turns right? And then goes also nowhere inside each stretch of pipe is a powerful laser beam that bounces back and forth between mirrors scientists use. This laser to precisely measure the length of each arm of the L when a gravitational wave passes through and distort space the lengths change by a tiny tiny bit like a fraction of the width of a subatomic particle. We're in the control room now. And this is where all the activities of both the site and the detector monitored and controlled it's a windowless room with people sitting at dozens of computer monitors since the first historic detection three and a half years ago. This place has registered ten more gravitational wave events nine were black hole collisions and one was a pair of neutron stars smashing together. But the science has been shut down for more than a year that was to let researchers install new hardware and other upgrades the workers in here. Now are testing them out on April. First everything officially comes back online. Johnny says the US detectors, plus another one in Italy will all be more sensitive. So so far we've seen eleven things. Maybe we'll see twice that many this year, and they'll be better able to locate the source of the waves and the sky the team will send out public alerts. So that anyone can point their telescopes at the right spot in case like the neutron star. Collision the events sends out cosmic fireworks, thousands of astronomers and physicists around the world are now involved in studying gravitational waves because these offer the only way to explore some of the most powerful exotic events in the universe. And that's the fun of it. Nervous. Mave Avala is a physicist at MIT. We've only seen the handful of black. Hold up all the possible ones that are out there. There are many many questions we still don't know how to answer. Plus, maybe something completely unexpected. We'll go boom. That's how discovery happens. If you turn on a new instrument, you pointed out of the sky, and you see something that you had no idea existed. She says that's happened time and time again in astronomy, and she bets it happen for gravitational waves as well. Nell greenfieldboyce, NPR news. Let's focus on one of the effects of flooding in the mid west.

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Why Are Some Words Funny?

BrainStuff

06:33 min | 1 year ago

Why Are Some Words Funny?

"In the nineteen seventy-five movie, the sunshine boys, an aging vaudeville, comedian explains a classic truism of comedy to his nephew the case. Sound is always funny. The comedian played by Walter Matthau said fifty seven years in this business. You learn a few things, you know, what words are funny. And which words are not funny. Alka seltzer is funny. You say alka seltzer. You get a laugh, Casey Stengel. That's a funny name. Robert Taylor is not funny. Cupcake is funny tomato is not funny. Cleveland is funny. Maryland is not funny. Then there's chicken chicken is funny. Pickle is funny. And it's true. If you need a place name for a punchline, you're guaranteed to kill with Kalamazoo, connected key or Rancho Cucamonga, but why psychology professor Chris Westbury at the university of Berta has a fascinating theory. And it's based on perhaps the two unfunny est words in the English language statistical, probability Westbury. Published a paper in October of two thousand eighteen in the journal of experimental psychology with a first rate title, Wrigley, squeaky, Lennox and boobs. What makes some words funny in his research? He started with the list of the five thousand English words rated funniest by real humans and constructed a working with medical model for predicting the laugh factor of nearly every word in the dictionary. When Westbury applied his model to a data set of forty five thousand five hundred and sixteen English words, it decided that these ten words were the funniest of all up Chuck bubbly Baath wriggly. Yes, giggle. Kuch Cafa puffball and gigli runners-up included squeaky flappy and bucco and the perennial favorites of every eight year old on the planet poop, puke and boobs on the other end of the spectrum the word found to be the absolute least funny was harassment. In his paper Westbury explains that philosophers have been trying to unravel the mystery of humor for millennia Plato and Aristotle we're big fans of humor seeing it mostly as a way of denigrating and feeling superior to others Casero introduced incongruity theory, a writing that the most common kind of joke is when we expect one thing and another is said in which case our own disappointed. Expectation makes us laugh while the incongruity theory of comedy makes perfect sense of even rainy tins. Find switcheroo tricks high. Larry's Westbury says that it's not a true scientific theory in the clearly not every incongruence event is as funny as another a random coughing fit in a crowded movie theater isn't nearly as comical as a random farting fit. I mean, just try to say random farting fit without smiling. So the goal of Westbury's modeling experiments was to go beyond philosophical theorising and come up with a truly quantifiable scale of funny to do it. Westbury analyst words. In two different ways by their meaning and by their form for the first analysis. The researchers looked at semantic predictors. That group words with similar meanings. Using a free tool developed by Google that identifies words that are commonly used for one another aka co occurrence Westbury mapped out the semantic relationships between two hundred and thirty four of the human picked funniest words from this correlation plot, the researchers identified six different clusters or categories of funny words, insult sex party animal bodily function and expletive. Now. This is where things get dangerously mathematical since many of the words on the human rated funny list fell into more than one category. Other researchers needed a more precise measurement of how a words being translated into comedy using the Google tool. They came up with lists of words most closely related to each of the six categories, then they came up with the average values for each of those word categories. Using something called linear regression analysis. Those average values for each category. You know, insult expedited cetera became known as category defining vectors. When looking specifically at meaning it turns out that the funniest words don't necessarily fall cleanly into the most categories, but are the words whose mathematical values are the closest on average to those six category defining vectors. Here's how Westbury summed it up in a press. Brief the average similarity of a words meaning to these six categories is itself, the best measure, we found of a words funniness, especially at the word also has strongly positive emotional connotations. But meaning is only one type of measurement Westbury and his team looked at the form of funny words, a things like word length or the individual sounds or phonemes that make up each word in the second analysis the data fit nicely with the incongruity theory of humor. It turns out that the fewer times a word or its phonemes appear in the language. The funnier we think they are that helps explain why there are so many K and use ounds in funny word lists. There's typically improbable where it's ending in L E. Like Waddell in wriggle or another source of funds suggesting as the study, put it repetition usually with diminutive aspect. So why are we laughing? Now, this is where things get really weird the human brain seems as running all of these complex mathematical models all the time without any of us knowing it as we watch TV and read and talk to people our brains are constantly parsing language for subtle semantic, cross-connections and statistical probabilities and the result, at least on this basic one word level is what we call humor Westbury said if asked which letter is more common p or be I think the average person would have no clue consciously, but unconsciously they are sensitive to that. And we know that because they're funding this judgments are reflecting. Exactly that kind of fine tuned calculation. In other words, said Westbury people are using emotions to do math. Westbury argues that all of this makes perfect sense. Abolution airily our brains had been hardwired over millions of years to identify anything that's out of the ordinary as a potential threat and human emotions, including humor likely developed as ways of responding to improbable events and environments Westbury summed it up people laugh based on how improbable the world is. Of course, it's a long conceptual leap from predicting the funniness level of individual words to modeling the comedic mechanics of knock knock joker salty Limerick. But whispers, work points the way, maybe someday we'll finally understand why that chicken crossed the road. One thing's clear, though, a frog wouldn't have been half as

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"gigli" Discussed on The Polygon Show

The Polygon Show

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"gigli" Discussed on The Polygon Show

"We need to talk about really quick the gigli puff which was the most by far the most disturbing thing in the trailer. However, I would like to say I did not like the for the up. I did not like the over exaggerated Carl. I thought the texture of the gigli puff should be similar to Kirby smooth round balloon like not have tech. Maybe maybe they did a screen test though. And it looked awful is my only thought this is what they chose gigli puppets in the trailer was like the bear. And that gigli puffs is Gina. I hated that. Why does gigli puff has some some weird deep? Green irises that have seen some shit. That'll no, I don't I deleted bar. All of the animals are all all of come on. Really stick is except for site. Uk would look. I guess his eyes aren't realistic. They're just little dots. Yeah. Yeah. But it was funny. I own outside looked I don't know. The reef the Bill was very fleshy looking really, oh, I put to the charred this skit, I don't know the scales. They were a little I don't like the way that they were a little over much. But I think I didn't I didn't look at chart and be like I want to die like did we gigli? Yes. Here's why did like though is that they were able to make bold choices. It's not like Super Mario brothers movie bold. But he was just like, so I don't know like they were able to play with stuff and give us something that we weren't expecting. And it was really a knee, and it has a very clear art direction. And that was the software. I was like that's cool that you guys were able to make these very experimental choices. I understand that. This is very emotional for most. People and it's hard to be like, well, no, this is my peak. It you can monster. Could you cut it? I just liked it. I was like you guys had a vision the hallway through, and that's really cool. You get to see every like, the vision is very cohesive. I think. Carnival. Does. I liked the bulbous or carnival fuzz. But was her was cute. A acute is a relative term. But he looked okay for being sore. I thought looked cute. He looked a little suck buddy. Carnival fuzz p could chew. I'm sorry. I just anyway. Yes. Those are our heated thoughts on detective Pika chew. Well, thank you. Everybody for joining us on this special thick gelatinous episode colleague on show and talking about a ton of goal, which is sort of. Julia like, it's also squishy if you would like to critique this soda or have any questions that you would like to ask us, please don't limit Jolo plead concen them to polygon show at polygon dot com and mirror Ambrosia reps. Appease, what's your Ambrosia? It's like jelly. And it's no sorry. It's like Jolo and whip cream, and it's usually filled with like nuts and fruit, the one the one we've made was like imagine a fruit cocktail. So like all of like, canned peaches can pears grapes marshmallows and coconut and whip cream. Yeah. I think if. You saw a picture of embrose you'd be like, that's what that is. Oh, well, oh, I'll Google that. Usually like cloudy pink or a cloudy green. I mean, if if we don't stop the show, I'll tell you all about carrot salad. Oh, my. One of this looks like the mountain in Rugrats. Yeah. Sunday that I've always wanted anyway to tear terrible job at closing the episode. So please if you like this show, please rate us on apple podcasts and recommend to your friends and visit us at at paulie gun show on Twitter dot com. And I hope you enjoyed this episode this Cari. Cari?.

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"gigli" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"gigli" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"I like I still impressed by the screen. I think needs to get a move on putting the messages complications on in for growth and rounding out that I'm very happy. I wrote like what we talked about before. I don't think there's anything. Crazy. I've changed in that time of the moment. Yeah. Even like just right now, I was looking out my wrist and. Looking at the goals in still the black display and the blacks band. I'm really happy just looking at this watch. And just makes me happy in a way that I expected and came through some of the things in my notes this week. The thing you mentioned complications and like limited. A couple cases on the infographics faces that had me look if he weeks ago at some third party apps just to get kind of the same data on the new watch faces at apple wasn't supplying and carrot whether as one of those and I've never used it because like the snarky stuff and the humor like, I'm very humorous person. Like, I've just never connected with it in a weather app or like any of the carrot apps for some reason. And but the fact that they had a corner complication info graph made me like like buy it and pay for the annual subscription for like, the bonus pack that gives you watch features for like three bucks or something. And so then I had it on the graph analog phase. And then had like humidity data on the and forgot modular face. But I started this week putting it on other watch faces like just replacing anywhere. I have weather putting carrot because it shows you like an icon for the. Condition like sunny, rainy, cloudy, whatever the temperature, and then I've got humidity so three data points and one like text line without it being ugly or weird. And I I find that amount of density, one complication, I can I can sometimes get more information on these analog faces than I could do on on the new and forgot modular because of care which is not new. It's just like new to me. So my endorsement for care weather with like never using the iphone app at all. And not getting any of this murky stuff like even like the series stuff with it. I'm just using it as a complication on the watch. I'm really happy with it for that. And like I was looking at my subscription to discuss the troops last week. This is one that like three bucks, and I'm happy with it every day go probably renew that some happy with it. But I've been using go ahead. Yeah. The like the existence of apple complications step one. Yeah. But they still could do more with like allowing you to customize for each one shows like I think calendars legs, right? You use my bed unless you pick like different configurations of day. Mum, fear. You know, like. Like all different options, and you can twist Iran and gigli up and the apple complications, very nice. But they're very limited..

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"gigli" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"gigli" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Sorry by me at winwood at gramps four double Sevil. Oh, we love. Yes, Miami is that place to be rawal Jupiter velva across all social media platforms? The dog passing by and I'm very excited, but I'm good, ignore it because it's doing its job service and we, we let them work. Thank you so much. Jupiter. Those who lives nice to meet you. Any negative photo with you? I love that. I love the representation mid balletic VM is thought though. Jupiter velvet. That's awesome. Yes. Did we talk about gigli calendar ready? Yes, we did grow. No, she didn't go into detail. I mean, you talk about being in her book, but you didn't tell me anything about her. Well, I just I just think it's interesting that gigli Kellyanne she's for the Pena and she. She also came out as trans few years ago on the on the or last year maybe on the grizzly KiKi podcast. She's representing the trans community a lot. She's also on pose which you haven't seen yet which you need to watch. I, I'm, I'm going to put your life together. She was telling me about this organization, Miss Universe, Latina that she actually won a few years back, and it was interesting to hear her. Talk about letting need that and how she considers herself let the because she's for Lupino high gigli. Well, we're here with the podcast Latinos who lunch, right. Okay. I do like lunch. And so what is your favorite leads. Obvious, I will be no food. So that's like if you're gonna ask me about like rely in food. I love Indian and I don't. I'm gonna do, and I do like the Puerto Rican bananas, I fucking love favorite. They're so good. But what about Philipino food, Philip enough job? I like I like I like everything that's enough it. Okay, let's it's food is comfortable. I love it. Yeah. Sauce with like mocks tail in it. Oh, oh my God. It was so bomb. My friend Halley, who made it from scratch, could do that too, but it takes time and I just don't have the, you don't have the time for it. You're famous girl that I don't have to like numbered. I saw you on TV. Believable. So this is kind of like the look I wanted to do. They gave me that little on that. I was like, Jesus. Kidding. I love the way I looked because he's far from who my signature gigli looked, so I, it was nice. I want to ask you about your identity a little bit because you're over here Remmy with. Guess USA. Yes. Tell me a little bit about two thousand nine. I competed for universal hours first Philipino girl to win, and they opened the door for me because they felt that Philippines as part of its has erased so much of Latin culture. So they allowed me to compete and I wouldn't. I initially the free. I was miss been universal at that. I won the national in. Amazing. And I always say, Philipino our cousins. I consider them Dino. Thank you. I've always said the Filipino Mexicans of like h in the Brown girls are like the Brown agents. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I also like the spicy Asian culture. Oh yeah. We I like where the mouse, you know we go one? Yeah. I'm from betas. Awesome. Mike Nicola. Venos- everywhere. Oh, yeah, definitely. Representing not only for. That's what things because universal has been so many doors for me, and I wanted to share the platform that I have with them because they're using Patchett and they serve be broadcasted more there. So I think it's an amazing pads. Anybody out there who's queer trans and anybody who's competes in pageantry male, female, plus please look universal. USA. They're amazing. And yeah, gigli. Thank you so much. Thank you're having me here at your boot hanging out. It's been so fun. I'm buying all the merge. Combi Julie's booth right now. Get everything. Yeah, come by summer's wind drag race. I can't even get an all star. So please hook us up. Guys. We'll also you on TV. Thank you. So I mean. It does make sense like you have no idea in UNLV more than here in Chicago, but like how many Filipino Students I had totally identify with the material and the subjects and in everything about my class because in a way we were colonized by the same fuck in red beard, you know..

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"gigli" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"gigli" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Kale that's kind of fucked up. I'm like, you know what it is. It's just like a fancy white people term. If I can say white people hipster gentrify years. It's just a gentrified term for like, fuck inputting olive oil on something I understand. You know, like like I was picture, you know that that that, that that Bugs Bunny cartoon where he's like massaging Omer floods. Head Barbara Seville. I'm like, that's what you're doing to your fucking Gail. And I'm like, I don't know. I'm like, I don't. Well, you know, I was introduced to kale through olive garden, the super Scana. Do you know what I'm talking about? I love this because it's like a little spicing. It's a little spicy. It has a sausage in it. It's like a cream base soup, and my mom was like, I can make this way better. So my mom would make it at home and that's the only time we ate olive garden because it was too expensive for us so she would replicate it. I love that your mother does that because it's so important. Like I tried to replicate. And I don't know why just on a recipe for it to police barbeque gods. And I heard you guys talking about the other day, let's do lunch. Tell me the time of the rest. I don't remember it. I'll send it to you, but the addition of cinnamon with not the look it just like if you put cinnamon sometimes makes it taste dry. So everything was good, but the cinnamon not so good, but I put some cheerless in in and made a sauce, and it was a big like. Like a sirloin rose that I slow cooked and then just shredded. And that was really cute, but I will send you the recipe. I promise I cannot wait. Yeah, people try to give fancy and shit to it girl. You don't need all that big cinnamon on my meat took a person. In many, many areas follows coming maybe a little a little pumpkin spice. Again, another gentrify term pumpkin spy. Well, I'm so excited to be here hanging out at gigli booth. Thank you for letting me hang out with y'all..

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"gigli" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"gigli" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"Ones are more available than the than the normal. No, you'll see more of the dumb ones. And my son would be mad if it was just another pig or I don't know what some water one that super common in Seattle. Charm ender horrible. When I see a charm ender I'm so squirrels squirrels are a dime a dozen there. The Prius of the of the Pokemon going world. These names are right out of penthouse. I don't know why we made that connection early on, but it just keeps coming back. I don't see how you could sexualize name lakes. You're going to have to walk me through this. So let me ask you this or jubilee puff. Wrigley puff. How could that possibly? That's actually an orientation. Are you straight or gigli puff? So this was a new layer of pokey Monning fund that appeared in July twenty. Sixteen this idea that the Pokemon hunting and competing battling world would be layered over our world in this kind of immersive way. But I was gonna jump back and say that Pok Mon as a franchise goes back further than that. Do you have to have specific questions before I jump back? Well, I wanna jump back, but I also want to know like if you hold up your phone and the Pokemon is in it. Does it have proximity? Like is the? Can you see a Pokemon? That's one hundred and fifty yards away and it's very small and then you have to go to it. I can't walk you through the interface. But yes, you have to be sufficiently close to the Pokemon for it to appear. And that's why they're calling out everybody in this field. The people on the other end of the park don't know that good Pok Mon just appeared by the parking lot or by the playground, but this can cause a kind of like mass endangerment if every thousand people are running to the same location, can it be it endangers racks? It does not endanger the actual Pokemon, but we should talk about the environmental costs because that's that's actually a thing. Let's get to that, but I don't fully. I have never fully understood what a Pokemon was in the first place. It was a card game, right? Always video game. So it started out as a video game a Game, Boy, video game dates back to nineteen ninety five. The first Pok Mon games are released, but the game of actually I think a first glimmer in its inventor, sue. Souto CD. Taiji res Japanese is back in ninety. Eighty nine. He loved collecting insects as a boy. This is a real right of passage. Look at this in. Did you ever collect? Did you ever do a bug collection? I did one in sixth grade, no, but my mother won a prize at the Ohio State fair in nineteen forty, four as our as our listeners. Probably remember for her insect collection, she'd done a whole display of different pinning them to the house. Ronnie, Beatles and whatnot. And as a member of the four h. she won some some ribbon at the Ohio State fair, I had to do for sixth grade and I- bugs kind of squeaked me out on Washington state doesn't have very many good bugs or were you in Korean? I in South Korea we were getting and maybe maybe influenced by whatever makes Japanese kids collect butts, but like giant cicadas that spend all summer going in. The American self. So I was in Washington DC during one of the cicada episodes a seventeen year sa- keta bloom. And so I saw the Sakina 's on Massa catos don't say anything disparaging about their looks in case we are speaking to future people who have the HR Geiger look of of giant kid. No, no, no. I didn't find them ugly. It was just they were definitely loud, but also the everywhere. You could not escape injuring them because you couldn't crunch. Jones with every step. When I hear that noise even if it's in like a Japanese movie or an anime, like if I hear that I'm immediately taken back to my summers as a kid they were. It was every summer. This was just a normal sound like crickets in the in the midwest? Yeah, there must be some species that does not have the seventeen year cycle because we heard it every summer in creek or alternately. There are seventeen different species all on the seventeen year cycle. And so it happens every year..

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"gigli" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Kind of like me I'm white and gigli Can I get Tom Tom. Douglas she didn't make he's saying about you anyway I'm a big. Fan of the hash. Brown and the the eggs in a, nice story I like to. Be like. A classic a good piece. Of bread that's not I don't wanna white. Bread I don't want none. Of these mushy bread I. Want a good piece Although seldom bread that's nice league real that wanted. To be nicely doc doc doc grill and, then, jammer no jam jam jam but good Jenner. No, waste of jam I don't if it's a little Pat on the table I'm not very I don't need to, eat data that freezer, gymnasts but? I like good jam you know I I. Love my Africa German home from extra fruit in it you get. The big chunks of. Africa wool man that job does never, ever last very long oh. I forgot. To mention the one thing. That I love when I go out to. Breakfast at like at diner A pancake to share for the table Yeah but you know I like. I like, a little a little bite I mean there's tons of good stuff over good waffle if you can make a good waffle with some blueberry and, a little whip cream after my. Eggs you can have. Like, a dessert, I like that too yeah so chef let's. Go back to you for. One second so you've set all this you have to go to your own restaurant to get this the way you want it or place, that you like to go for breakfast Cook it Over this like he's the best cook in the. Whole, central oh, let's just I cook what I want it is though in terms of if you, can hook I'm, just teasing but isn't there any place that could cook well enough? For you To the Hudson that was delicious we had a great. Little breakfast. I just wanted to. Make sure that you could get your breakfast somewhere where. You didn't have to queue Tom I, will not wait outside forty five minutes for table from branch on Sunday was dude Cup of coffee. In the rain that guy I, can't do that sometimes I like to think the way? As an opportunity so let's. Say you're in west Seattle you, wanna go to my own Ofer branch because you want to eat that fried chicken or whatever, it's going to be a weight but when's the last time you've been to west. Seattle you walk that farmers market if it happens, to be Sunday you go to the beer junction. You, visit some other shops that same with Ballard you know it's busy street on the weekends there, things to do, so support your local economy figure out a way explore new neighbor Yeah no I mean, I can't see that okay Tom I know we only? Have two minutes left and. I eat a lot of breakfast, I end up for kind of hesitant say trashy because people don't quite understand what I mean, by that always me when I say trashy it's trashy good right so coconut cooker, or something like that, trashy good right So for, my kind of, trashy. Breakfast where I just want to be. A Patty, sausage Bureaus in Ballard great Nick is an a. Cool guy he's under forever and I've been going there. Since Loretta was born at Ballard we have the hospital with her in. Our little thing we went to have breakfast. With my little car thing on the table and so and then for a nice breakfast I'm not going to promote my own, joints because I love them but for an interesting. Breakfast. I would say I think the. Fat is it. The fact that seventieth love that little place it's so cute. To have a line though yeah so I only I. Drive by kind of scope it out see if there's a line and. Then I and then you've got a very No generally there's a, line there but, I love that little place because they're trying some new things rain the last. One I had there I think I even. Talked, about it on the show was like a cinnamon toast with. Lardo on top for breakfast okay holy smokes, okay we see you we see Bugged out of. My head But so I, like I like being challenged but typically people don't like, to be challenged that breakfast. They have what they want you have an idea when, they? Walk, in the door right yeah So Mike. Dinner you might be Mike get people other than stick a good breakfast is really. Delicious it's a great way to stop. Today doesn't matter what it is talking about breakfast for another thirty. Minutes I love. It I will say outside of my trashy breakfast like Veras I go to, most? Right, yeah right now fresh fruit and yogurt is a good. Idea actually when my daughter was going to sass up on the, Bill he's just drop her at school drive right down. Twelfth you. Ready And boom start your day food in the. News, when we come back our friend Jonathan gold has passed going, to miss his writing terribly on KIRO radio ninety seven, three FM Seattle.

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"gigli" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Low effective tax bracket so i would just do it carefully not gigli ride the brackets in your conversion schedule but i don't see any reason not to convert for your situation that you're describing to me okay is there what marginal tax brackets should i thought converting right now if my wife turns seventy we'll be in the thirty five percent marginal tax bracket and earn seventy will be thirty years in the current tax rate or will i'll be in the thirty seven percent tax bracket i was thinking of converting up to the maximum within the twenty four percent tax bracket which what's your top marginal bracket that you are now talk marginal right now is twenty two percent how much money do you have in the in the tradition ira's that you want to convert a one point eight million and how much broom do you have in that twenty two percent bracket how much more income can you pick up each year before you go to the next bracket any idea this first year about sixty thousand so why it'd be sixty thousand every year i think in order to get in order to stay into the twenty two percent tax bracket are you gonna leave all this money to relatives or are you going to give some of the money to any qualified charities do do do you know yet we don't right now to our relatives and with the idea of giving some to some charities but we haven't identified that yet i do intend to.

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E3 2018: These Were the Most Popular Games During This Year's Show

Clockwise

04:02 min | 2 years ago

E3 2018: These Were the Most Popular Games During This Year's Show

"And video put together just to make it more competitive and draw more people in you'll get a lot more potential like convert a lot more potential subscribers of apple music if they don't have to pay a whole nother fee on top of that and if you make it easy to sign up i think that there's the biggest question for me is still whether there will be like back catalog content here as tiff was talking about terms of older shows that are going to draw people in that's hard because like you know hulu and netflix obviously amazon all offer that to to you know to a certain extent but the catalog become so fractured then then it's like well do i subscribe to all these services because i need access to everything that's ever existed or do i only care about a few shows in which case then you have questions of wind shows go on off networks too so it's a complicated market that they're waiting into here but i'm interested see how it develops all right thanks for your thoughts on that let's go to our second topic today which comes from tips so we're gonna talk about e three as was full of great game announcements both new and sequels and i want to know what are y'all looking forward to plan poof okay so think i've admitted the four but here i go again i'm just really not a game person i don't tend to keep games on my phone i don't have any consoles i don't like computer games not a big game gamer however i love getting together with a group of friends and playing super smash brose and super smash bros ultimate is coming out in december and i feel like nintendo just knows me not really but in the case of its trailer it was really calling to me because good old gigli puff who is my favorite came on absolutely my favorite pok mon is featured in the trailer and just look so delightful so yeah i i like sort of that innocent fun competitive nece that comes out of super smash bros and you're playing it with friends and there's enough of it's not just like hit a bunch of buttons and suddenly everything is done for you like there's a bit of technique involved and so it ends up being quite a bit of fun so i'm looking forward to super smash bros ultimate similarly to you i am not much of a gamer and i have no interest are plans in any of the current crop of things that have appeared one of my favorite pastimes is really to wait until after a year or two pass to the estimated date that these companies say they're going to get their stuff at three and then look at the trailer and all the complaints on like taco or something about how not of the trailer stuff is actually inside the game so that's that's really the main enjoyment that i get out of that but yet i think the last game that i've actually played fully to completion was massive too so that's very long time ago there if you things on the list for me i am a gamer i have an xbox i play games on my device and looking over the list of stuff they came out there a couple things jumped into my attention one is this ira punk twenty seventy seven game which is kind of like an open world sandbox kinda like grand theft auto bit like way and then like typical cyberpunk rarely thing i've no idea it seems incredibly ambitious i'm not sure how much i would actually enjoy it but the trailers pretty stunning and so that's enough to get me thinking about it the other game the biggest problem for me is the game that i am super excited about is a game for a platform i don't have which is the spiderman game that's only announced it looks really cool here webs leading slinging in it is a lot of fun and i really loved the arkham series of batman games that were put out a few years ago and it seems like this is an attempt to do similar thing for spiderman in terms of giving him sort of a.

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"gigli" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

Good Job, Brain!

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

"Hello joyful jovan gestures jonesing for jab iraqi and gigli puffs you're listening good job rain your weekly quiz show in upbeat trivia podcast this episode two hundred one and of course i'm your humble owes karen and we are your not to be duped coupe of loopy snoops who boop the snoot and drink gooky soup i'm calling i'm dana and i'm chris these us all make sense but now just like what sounds funny i was like we do this new so one thing guys that i recently now have access to is netflix yeah no there's movies have you heard of net flicks am i saying that right sometimes you like to chill i didn't have a for like a year very spartan existence there and so your shotgun shack pilot blanket being so now that i have access to netflix again i was like wow no only of the movies but like as an adult i'm so more drawn to like non fictional documentary styles shown and netflix has tons tons yeah here there's a stray lya ones there's like british ones and i think as a kid when you watch like say the oscars they always have the best short form documentary award or the best documentary i was like how do you even watch those movies like where do you go to watch those stuff and now it's like netflix just has all of these and i just watched so many of them like food is my preferred documentary and chef whereas mine is about murders.

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"gigli" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on DLC

"Of it it's a polka ball that you go and capture pok mon in the game with and then you get to take it around with you and put it on table during brunch and it goes i'm hungry and you're like hell yet vs mostly three hour battery life of that thing if course it's going to be hard to find and i'm gonna want one and i hope i will report in this section that lab oh kind of a dud with my kids not super interested but i think maybe they'll be interested in this also i like poke him on and if they're playing co couch co op with me and we're catching pok mon one we'll have fun to they'll throw joy khan and break the tv it's gonna be a good time has your have your girls ever been exposed to poke him on before or they pokey mon they've been exposed that they're not indoctrinated they don't know what it is at my daughter's in an art class on the weekends and she came back with a picture of jill gigli puff and she goes to look through a cat in a tree right so they're not they're not like chomping at the bit to put the pok mon this is going to be there gateway drug if they like it yeah they might they also might be over it but i'm buying i'm buying them there i hit for free it's for you and you're hoping that it makes it feel good because they lack it's not like we do games and i would enjoy playing couch co op games with my kids yeah i mean this is huge in the sense that it's pok mon games on the switch and it seems like a real pok mon games on the switch but also it's not the book him on game that everybody wants yeah it was a trick everybody wants this it's going to sell what they said we're releasing pokemon rpg before the end of the year and everybody wants yes and then they said this and everyone went play at all by how.

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"gigli" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"The best thing apple could do there is just merged long press and three touch they shouldn't be discreet gestures because that creates too much collision china trying to put gigli mode onto lead app icons when you're you can't press too hard but you can't press too quickly won't work i mean it's just it's infuriating but if if it didn't matter whether you did three three touch force press forest press or long press and you could do that on you know on on either device just long press on the ipad that's fine and you do that on the iphone but if you know about three d touch you can just press it hard because i think fits his law for glass surfaces as the angry you are harder you press and just naturally naturally goes to three the touch i think that would work better in three d touch was not great for me until i went into the preferences and found the adjustment level that i needed because i was doing a lot of force press instead of lung press and you know like oh i want gigli mode and no yes once i was able to make that adjustment so for people who who like maybe wanna play with it a little bit more or have tried it and failed at it like go a justice preferences it's one of those things like if you take a couple of minutes like if you have trouble with touch id if you take a couple of minutes and go delete your fingers and go put them back in just let you know it's the same thing if you go in and look at that preference and make a little bit of an adjustment then it can be a lot more useful and that was that was basically the magic for me and then trying it on stuff like just remembering that it was a feature that i could play with and then using it like adjusting the the brightness of the flashlight so that i can go from full on blinding to slightly less blinding you know if i if i need it to be a little bit less blending and then using all the different for such features the apple built into stuff like finding those was was part of what i liked about it because it gave me new ways to find the apps useful.

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"gigli" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"It's like conic instantly onic there's so many great memes this week as well brent i don't know if you saw but like i just feel like i saw the vange everywhere drag race community is fantastic for me was but vanja has truly ticket taken the world by storm it really has not only that i've seen vans all over social media and it makes me even more bitter that she didn't do better in the damn lip sync last week because i feel like this challenge she would have killed him we could have had her like she could have been looking gigli kellyanne tae where they barely survived the first episode and then they're here for like six or seven episodes and you really get to know him but instead she terrible on the lip sync and we lost her right away because everything i've seen on social media tells me i would love there and i really do believe this i'm not just saying this i really think that she could be back i really really do i think ru loves her when tweeting about her and i think this just i think she's coming back i think she's gonna come out of a box like in season eleven i think our guest one of our guest judge for the episodes padma locked me also tweeted like that she should be now greeting like judges on top chef using that yeah i think something ross said as we get into the judging later about like a lot of people take a little while to rev up and the michelle's like if they stick around and that really made me think vange and some other queens i think repulsed drag race more than maybe any other show is set up for like a returning season of first or second boots like gone too soon because there are a lot of people who just don't warm up as quickly like you mentioned gigli that was a perfect example of people who maybe we lost episode one that would have made a real impact on the show later on.

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"gigli" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on The Starters

"Right we look at back a little bit in the style gigli because of those beauty younis but they've just sort of lost cachet as a general most famous hornet is their owner that's that's where we're at with this squad let's hear from you guys again jump on twitter right now hash starters is kemba the greatest horn of all time you got someone else why also with with kemba big decision right with eventual new management coming in here new gm coming into place eventually in charlotte what do you do with kemba like he's going into his last year of his bargain deal delve million dollars per year he's got one more season of that left and that is quite the bargain for an all star type player with him but do you pay him the big bucks is he the face of your franchise moving forward is the s the key building block or do you look to trade on this was something we debated in i guess it was crossfire earlier this week very very briefly what's what's your take on that what do you do is combat twenty seven years old the guy you're like you're hitching your doom i wouldn't pay him the max contract like that i think he's good but if you look at elite point guards in the league right now i mean he's hovering in that top ten i guess but it's not the staffel john wall russell westbrook whoever you want to put in that in that group of play i mean he he's good but i think the hornets have probably gone as far as they're going to go with they lead man and i think if they do want to rebuild and they they need to the reset button he's the only tangible asset you've got this going to potentially bring you back something in return the others contract dumps you can hoping that something we'll take two more dwight howard or marco gilchrist whatever they're not going to bring you back in significant i think they might might get you a first round pick i would just worry that there's too many of those guys like m k g batumi cody zeller dwight now marvin williams all guys who are signed pass this season that you'd have to dump and if you look back to that.

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"gigli" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"gigli" Discussed on The Starters

"Right we look at back a little bit in the style gigli because of those beauty younis but they've just sort of lost cachet as a general most famous hornet is their owner that's that's where we're at with this squad let's hear from you guys again jump on twitter right now hash starters is kemba the greatest horn of all time you got someone else why also with with kemba big decision right with eventual new management coming in here new gm coming into place eventually in charlotte what do you do with kemba like he's going into his last year of his bargain deal delve million dollars per year he's got one more season of that left and that is quite the bargain for an all star type player with him but do you pay him the big bucks is he the face of your franchise moving forward is the s the key building block or do you look to trade on this was something we debated in i guess it was crossfire earlier this week very very briefly what's what's your take on that what do you do is combat twenty seven years old the guy you're like you're hitching your doom i wouldn't pay him the max contract like that i think he's good but if you look at elite point guards in the league right now i mean he's hovering in that top ten i guess but it's not the staffel john wall russell westbrook whoever you want to put in that in that group of play i mean he he's good but i think the hornets have probably gone as far as they're going to go with they lead man and i think if they do want to rebuild and they they need to the reset button he's the only tangible asset you've got this going to potentially bring you back something in return the others contract dumps you can hoping that something we'll take two more dwight howard or marco gilchrist whatever they're not going to bring you back in significant i think they might might get you a first round pick i would just worry that there's too many of those guys like m k g batumi cody zeller dwight now marvin williams all guys who are signed pass this season that you'd have to dump and if you look back to that.

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