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How Long Can Andean Condors Fly Without Flapping Their Wings

BrainStuff

03:03 min | 2 months ago

How Long Can Andean Condors Fly Without Flapping Their Wings

"Imagine your average three-year-old human child something around three feet or a meter tall probably covered in jam a now imagine that child trying to get off the ground with a pair of wings bid have to be pretty big wings. Welcome to the plight of the Indian condor species name Volt Hor griffiths the heaviest flying bird in the world. Weighing in at up to thirty three pounds or fifteen kilos, they keep their heavy bodies in the air with some of the longest wings in the world there wingspan can range over ten feet long that's over three meters. There are only a handful of birds carnally living on our planet have larger wings spans, and they're all pelagics, birds, a plastic birds being seabirds that soar over the open ocean for weeks at a time, such as fast petrels and sheer waters. As far as we know, the largest brand ever fly was the Pella. Gorna Sanders C., which lived twenty five to twenty, eight million years ago and was twice as large as the biggest bird living today with a wingspan of twenty four feet over seven meters. Seabirds can accomplish this. Thanks in part to the literally uplifting winds that flow over oceans the Indian condor. Mostly relies on updrafts high in the Andes mountains across much of Western, south. America. The problem with being such a huge bird is that it makes getting off the ground or even flapping those giant wings and flight a bit of an ordeal. Soaring is easy once they're up in the sky and that's mainly what Andean condors do they just float like hang gliders in the air currents sometimes serving the ground for dead animals to eat as a scavenger and sometimes just having an APP. But this means that taking off is the most costly part of the birds overall energy supply. Scientists have always known that they spend very little time flapping their wings but a study published in July of twenty. Twenty and the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found the Andean condors flap, their wings, a sum total of almost never. Not, only to the researchers find colossal birds, flap their wings one percent of their total flight time they discovered a bird could fly for five hours and more than one hundred miles or one hundred, fifty kilometers without flapping them once. The research team found that weather didn't affect how much flapping the condors were doing. Study Co author Hannah Williams a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Animal Behavior said in a press release. This suggests that decisions about when and where to land are crucial as not only do condor's need to be able to take off again but unnecessary landings will add significantly to their overall flight costs. All of which means that in Congress must understand how to use thermals, thermals being invisible patterns and bubbles of air moving all around in the atmosphere to their advantage, and they must understand this much better than scientists previously gave them credit for.

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"hor" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"hor" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"See who'd Never Twenty Three this time but Zorro eats a sandwich and then possibly I have no idea what Sunday cover. I have no idea what's on the cover but the idea that. Oh Hey why was eating? That Sandwich is eating sandwich. But in that concept you know you build out that idea that that's what attractive. That's the impulse. Buy of the comic book as well. Actually I'm not big in very covers because I think like dude you need to have your covers be an impulse. Buy New People to see that cover and say I wanNA know what's going on in that book? People judge that book by that cover then Look Jewish. Druid complete white cover variant. It's like why would I buy in? Oh but yet Industry it's in a weird spot right now. I think we can all agree on that telling you what nobody would read selling number fifteen. She's not by marvel. You're missing out fair enough. It's entirely fairly read. Anything I mean. It may be agree arc but again talking about universes. I want to be invested in this stuff. You know I wouldn't know Charlie again. I need her to have a universe though. That's the thing I don't need her to have a man. I needed to have a universe. I need to know where she belongs. And what her purposes in that story as Hor- does the woman belong Charlie after What did you say? Hey she can kill that. Will there be. I hope she cooks. She shouldn't have cook. Charleena's that what you're saying. I'm saying that if you kill the wildebeest you should eat the wildebeest and should probably cook it. First 'cause game me can be very tricky when it comes to parasitic infections. It's twenty twenty. Don't they have plant-based wildebeest now? Well Not in twenty twenty season. The high born h fill up. Come on get with it. Up didn't have plant.

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Manifesting with Confidence with Kim Khunaraksa #12daysofConfidence

Journal Theory | Personal Evolution, Mindset Guidance

09:22 min | 8 months ago

Manifesting with Confidence with Kim Khunaraksa #12daysofConfidence

"Welcome today to twelve twelve of confidence. You've got wild as twelve speakers swab opportunities to create more confidence so that you can start twenty twenty off with the Boulder Braver version of yourself herself in today's special guests him Kunarac logo to the twelve days. He thinks you're having me. This is such a cool idea. And I'm and so on it to be here and I'm super honored that year joining us because Kim's Bali right now right yes and she just told me it's like two. Am there air. When she had told me that it was gonna be a lonely like okay? Maybe like ten or eleven. I have no idea the time difference and so on. I just asked her I. I was like oh I committed. I wanted to be here for this. I was so excited. I love that island that so much. We're just GONNA rock and roll and we're gonNA chat all things manifestation. Which is your specialty zone of genius? A Hor- we dive into that. Will you just tell everybody a little bit like who you are what you do here. Yeah sure so as you said I'm Kim Kim Roxetta and I'm a manifestation coach and also the founder of mind your vibe. That's my business brand. I'm also the host of the minor via podcast. which Jordan was a guest on episode two and Jordan have to tell you still to this day probably once a week? I have one message me and tell me something that they loved about your it was episode. Two Guys WanNa go and listen to it. But you know Jordan droughts all the good to have some out. How many more confident So anyway so what I do is manifestation coach is. I help people to easily manifest a life that they love so. I'm sure we'll get more into today about about how to be a more constant manifester. Yeah Yeah On so excited because I think it's I don't WanNa see a common knowledge but it's definitely definitely more common. I think nowadays people to talk about manifesting kind of know what it is but I still think. There's so many levels of resistance. Since when it comes to manifesting I mean I still struggle with it and so I want. I just want to dive into that. Maybe simplify the process for everybody. So that it doesn't seem like it's I don't know this like big half little thing and and I really would love for you to actually share some of the things that you manifested. Because I don't know from my perspective you're kind of living the dream life to nearing late. Her and her husband are living in Bali. Ali and I mean guy. Look at the stuff on your instagram on like battle of midway they. It's just that you you know. You've got this manifestations down so what are the big things or at least the things this year that you feel like even intentionally manifested definitely. I think we talked about some of these. Um and when I was on your podcast during but some of the big ones that stick out from this year our first one was flying business class for the first time didn't pay for it. That was a big wine. Fine and that kind of happened just sort of randomly when we actually realized We had the inspired idea to actually check our our credit card points and check our airline points and we realized that we actually had enough so it was like a really good example of how that abundance already existed but we just had to to be aware of it in order to line up with it right And then obviously are kind of big transition to become location dependent. That was something that I had desired. And there's also some like really freaky details of to that. I don't think I've told you Jordan. Where one day? I was in booed which is an hour from where I stay here in Bali and I took a picture of myself like working near pool right and someone isn't who follows me on. Instagram pointed out to me. That the photo that I took looked exactly like one of the photos. I was on my vision board because there was like how to explain the Fountain of the pool was like like an animal. That was like was like the from his mouth or was out of his mouth. Yeah but it was like exactly like that same detail as the photo on my misery. The yeah or even another thing was the I- i- manifested going now. Yogurt retreat here in Bali which was also in my vision board and then the photo that I had it was like these women that were posing in front of like mosques wall like this Green Wall and the and then when I showed up for the Yogurt I agree tree. The Wall outside of our villa was just like that Green Moss guy so crazy. Oh Oh yeah so some. Those are some of the big ones from this year. But I mean I think something else I want people to realize is. It's not just the big things but it's the small things to something. I definitely want to talk more about but I mean I- Manfred things every day but it's it's that I'm recognizing them and appreciating them for what they are so for example today we went out for dinner and we got ten percent offer meal and to meet ten percent saving money. That's like manifesting manifesto money. That's Nice I celebrate that just as much as some of the bigger things are even kind of like a weird random. One recently is in Bali. They burn these incense sticks. It's kind of part of the religion here and there's a particular set of wind they really like and I always wondered like I wonder how it can find out what that sent is called so I can buy it or remember that for the feature and then one day I went to a restaurant and they were burning that sent. I recognized it and I asked one of the waiters. They're like Oh you know what that sense called. And they're like oh it has no name like we just fight from suppliers has no name. I'm like Oh shoot like how am I ever going to know what this is. And then she it goes into the back and then she comes out with gigantic incense stick and she's like here. You can have it for free. It's like yes you know so. It's just like something so small like that but like I see that as a manifestation and I appreciate that just as much as anything else absolutely. Yeah and I think we should dive into the the big in the small and talking about the small while we'll dive into it because I feel like I'm allowed to say about that as well but you can. We go ultra simple. And what what is your definition of manifesting. What is it because I do think that is also not super cleared everybody? Yeah so my definition of manifesting is when something that was once part of your imagination or we could say non-physical comes into your reality or your life or a physical so anything anything that you once desired in your head. That would be nice to have that in then it shows up that's a manifestation so if you desire abundance a gift card comes into your life that's that's manifestation if you desire more time and then your work meeting gets canceled. Basil manifestations anything that you imagined or thought about and and then it happens in your life and your reality Memphis station. Gotcha that used to happen for me all the time when I would be like so burnt out at the end of the day and then like I don't know a podcast interview Lead I'd be like Oh thank God you know that would happen. Burr me constantly. Okay I love that is basically. Your thoughts eventually becomes a reality so manifesting half is happening at all times. Whether we're intentional about it or not. Yes yes exactly. And that's another huge thing to know and understand. Is that twenty four seven everyday through sixty five days a year is always happening whether we realize it or not. There's no like on off switch or sometimes people say to me like I wanNA start manifesting but that's not really accurate because you've been manifesting literally early. Since the day you were born it would be more accurate to say. I want to start intentionally manifesting what I want which is choosing the things that you want to attract act in come into fruition as opposed to it just all of a sudden happening for you because everyone's the manifest or like you said we're all doing it all day long. We don't necessarily necessarily know that we're doing it. And we can kind of like funnel that intention into creating things that we want bass the fun part. That's the exciting part. And that's so we WANNA chat with you guys about today because when you can choose to create something in your life and then you start to see that show like like that is such a big confidence boost right. Yes I I. We all of this stuff into my coaching coaching. Because there's nothing makes you feel more empowered than going from like I thought of that and I intentionally attracted that and now experiencing that like. I'm unstoppable and that feels so empowering in the more that you do it the more you see that like proof of happing for you. You can't not feel confident.

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Gerald Stern reads Torn Coat

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

08:18 min | 9 months ago

Gerald Stern reads Torn Coat

"This week. We spoke Oke with Gerald Stern in New York City. Stern says he's been writing poetry for thousand years. When people see how old I am? They say are visual writing. Are you kidding technically. It's been eighty three years. He started writing at the age of twelve. The poem torn in coach. which you are about to hear borrows the phrase from Joyce who borrowed the phrase from one of these ups fables? The aunt worked all summer summer saving food. For the winter. The grasshopper lean disalvo spit. Tobacco had a good time came to winter in the aunt had plenty to eat and the grass out for head. Nothing the grasshopper begs is the anti give him food. And the ant says no Joyce's concept in Finnegans wake was a great hct. Hernan will expecting expecting grace to befall him from the grace of God or whoever gives grace so joyce renamed the animal a grace hopper oper. Here's Gerald Stern reading. The poem torn coat recorded his to have forgotten the torn coat of Vicky Zamora Korea from Puccini's La. boheme enter. Remember the other coats for Mao Torre on down and look what it is to give your own code away three times now and to walk shivering in three different countries countries of tears. The opportunity in tears for a horse all bone on hillside without a blanket in him laughing at me because there were no tears left for freezing grace hct. I don't know how to explain this but sometimes reading poems that come in a word just leaps out at you and Dan you never for you now. You never forget the word but you never forget where you I sort of thought about it and and I think most people not to give things away or says them terribly of the but when you get to the end of the home in you see grace hopper as a word you think it's Typo in thank. Thank my colleagues here kept querying. Let's racer but when I saw it I just the Joyce didn't come to mind. I'll be honest but I knew I knew. A grace hopper is a perfect thing to have come into existence if it isn't already there and so you know the poem had me with the very last word I mean what comes before is lovely and I'm very fond of this palm but I think it had be at grace oper. Yes in. It's a great gift. That a poem can give you a a word or a phrase that just sort of lodges itself and there's you know I'll be looking around wherever I go now for Grace Sir grace home and I and I think one or two. Yes yeah it does it. It really startles you sort of at that ending. Yeah it makes you just make your way all the way up the palm again and just looking to how we got there. It's a one-sentence in this poem. It's it's really moving and turning towards that culmination and man. There's so many coats in the wrong and I ages started thinking about all the coats that we know. I mean not only the ones that are listed here like the Puccini coat but Josephine is many colored coat. And even you know Yates's code and I made my song. Coat covered with embroideries out evolve mythologies it's like that's part of what's going on in this poem as well but it also seems to me it's taking some of of these coats out of their mythological mantles an into this moment of generosity. Right look what it is is to give your own code away three times now and to walk shivering in three different countries. And I think it's just so hard to talk about an act of kindness like that without it being a sort of shall we say virtue signaling or something like that and one of the one of the ways that this poem really distances itself from. That seems to me as using the you rather than the I if we assume that maybe the I actually did these things. And and also that repetition of look what it is you know look what it is to have forgotten the torn code in the Puccini Opera. And look what it is to give your our own code away. And there's a kind of parallelism about that in which forgetting in giving away seem to be laterally positioned there there and I really appreciated that about this poem. Because it's it's about so much I mean it's about the presence and sort of symbolic mobility of some of these coats in poetry and in the Old Testament and in you know sort of their all of these again all of these codes but then also there. Are these acts of kindness. That can happen as we're told three times now and speaker of the poem doesn't really fully say that he in this case gave his coat away but just look what it is to give your own code away so it becomes. The coat becomes transformed into something that can actually help to warm a real living person Jason or a horse who was all bones on hillside without a blanket. I love the way this poem made all of that happen. It's a short poem home. And the texture of it is very complex complexly woven the title of course is torn coat and yet when you get through that part about that tears. Here's for the opportunity tears for horse. It's sort of tears. Tears happening somehow there and when you think of torn born coat you're liable to think of a coat that's been in use for a long time or as experienced like its owner Sir hardships. You know it's torn and there's sort of an interesting interesting kind of thing that happens when you realize that you've been describing. The poem is about. It's about many things but if you give your own code oh two way then you go back to is like was it torn off. You know you you gave it away. What kind of coat was it? Well it could be any kind of co because there are so many precedents. Yes yes as a as a kind of covering is very eerie. Because you have to think about so many in different kinds of things simultaneously. You have to think about all these coats you have to think about. You know most people are capable of generosity. One if you give a code away you might do that once Twice three times. That's a Lotta coat giving away that's right and it's it's like at the same time the landscape in which this occurs sort of move salon from like the kind of culture urban world of the the opera to mount hor on down all the way down. And then you're left with this horse all bone on a hillside in you have to think about the freezing Graham because ultimately if you encounter a freezing grace hopper can you give it a coat. What is the right coat for freezing grace hopper so there are many gifts given their eater in this palm but most of them are kind of questions that have no oh answers you sort of have to peel off meaning for yourself the way? The poem describes peeling off

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A Vet Explains Laryngeal Hemiplegia in Horses

In The Gate

05:42 min | 10 months ago

A Vet Explains Laryngeal Hemiplegia in Horses

"Chatting here on in the gate with Dr Norm Ducharme of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. I read about another reason that a Horse Airway can become obstructed. It's called Laurentian Hemiplegia. It's where cartilage in the windpipe becomes paralyzed and partially obstructs the flow of air. How common is this? This limit Israel. He needs please. Your problem and in a medical term is returning original. Rossi is quite common. The probably in the neighborhood of variable deranged a to invite percents of horses. thornburgh racehorse are affected with this disease. If you look at the draft horse breed it's probably closer to fifty percent that are affected by this disease and unlike the soft palate this original obstruction happens happens during installation so horses that problem getting air into their lungs as opposed to palate horses that problem getting the or the air out of the lungs. So what happens for Laryngeal Hemiplegia so this one the nerve becomes it comes standard. So they're tuners running on either side of the windpipe and both of these nerve for reason we don't understand Start to die back and I say back the muscle atrophy and the muscle being atrophying that prevents the normal symbol opening during elation to cure and so the problem getting air in during the lace. And and and. Both these condition the Pallet Orangeville. Please you the lack of oxygen is an acute determinant of the Horse's performance. Let's and cannon lead to injury because the horse could be exercising ended up fatigue state. Well that's the thing I mean. You are. Undoubtedly aware of of the scrutiny. The horse racing community is facing this year now. Most of the fatalities we hear about in racing are as you indicated earlier musculoskeletal still in nature but in your experience. What connection is there between horses who have suffered on track racing and training fatalities and potential respiratory Tori issues? It's actually a small numbers Cornell University received perform postmortem exam on Says is that euthanized on the track for whatever reason and we got to look at their airways as well as the muscular skeletal system and it's a very small percentage of horses They have this as an airway problem and have had an orthopedic problem. It's slow on the airway. Problem is so obvious that interferes with the performance of horses that almost all trainer the area would seek some kind of remedy for it rather than continue pushing a horse true that no oxygen. These horse can't run well at all of course so I mean in the bigger picture. What role does this research of your team play in the greater effort to increase that quine Kline safety and wellbeing well? It's a welfare issue that we need to understand problem and come up with remedies that are are more natural more physiological to allow the horses to able to have proper oxygen and and leases cardio vascular pulmonary system or able to deliver oxygen to the muscle that these horses have and so And both of these disease were. We've been looking for physiological solution to to resolve the problem. The upper for Amway feel as made a lot of advantages or advances. I should say because we can examine the upper airway of horses. That answer cise with us go so we could see during the training phase. What is really happening to the upper airway? And then once you got the diagnosis. And we've been focusing on finding the cost. We can find more physiological response whether it's between the horse with a power alad problem or the transplant on Earth to fix a horse that has a problem to his larynx. But yeah it is is a large problem. The industry and what a few of us are trying to figure known for all help program nationally that would allow proper opera prescreening of horses to identify not horses that have Fractures but before that horses that have underline bone changes. For whatever reason whether it's training related or reading related the Hor- ground related Ed or respiratory related and trying to make the proper at outpatient in changes to reposition the horses in the right access so they can compete successfully and more orderly say Dr Norm Ducharme as part of the team at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine. That's been researching this breathing issue. Thank you so much for sharing the results of this study with

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Your Guide to Chennai, India

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

11:34 min | 11 months ago

Your Guide to Chennai, India

"Welcome to the immature traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about tonigh- I'd I'd like to welcome the show. Amanda from millennial traveler that's traveler with two l's the UK way. Amanda welcome the show whilst thank you so much for having me I I guess in Amanda has come on to talk about southern India tonight. Hi Amanda what's your connection with tonight. Well I must say that I got introduced. I used to southern India specifically because they actually had studied abroad with friends that came from China and years thereafter. They were continuously inviting me to go India. So when I found myself in Southeast Asia I decided to take a detour and reconnect with old friends and get a local point of view about Saddam City of Chennai in. Why should someone tonight India? First of all it does break a lot of the stereotypes regarding India. It it is much more of a spacious city than you would find other cities like Delhi and Mumbai. So I would say it's much less chaotic of an atmosphere. Secondly it also also been ranked one of the most safest cities within India as well as Southeast Asia and also in regards to safer steady for woman so I think that should be appealing feeling initially because I know some people have a lot of hesitation about traveling to India in general good least solo travel especially for some people that's a real barrier. Yes indefinitely so I would say if you want to start traveling in India I definitely go to China as your starters because it has been ranked for its quality of living. I'm safety nece as mentioned well I should say this is not our first show on India and so people can go listen to those what we do actually have one on solo travel for women. I'm Andy if you go way way. Way Way. Back in the archives put a link to that in the show notes. And what kind of do you recommend. I think China is the city. It's not too overwhelming. So you can literally explore the city with about four days and I would say there could be actually left for travelling to the outer parts. I definitely want to get into now for the actual days in the city. First and foremost you need to go to Marina beach which is really a world famous beach because it is indeed the second largest urban beach in the world which is pretty amazing and has such character and charm. There you can find a lot of carnival style L. activities going on as well as it's really awesome being a coastal city that I is you got to witness the fishermen if you wake up earlier of getting their catch of the day and honestly if you can do that and you get to the mark sometime. You'll have some of the freshest seafood you have ever tasted on earth. What thing I should have said before we got into the it is? There's going to be some confusion for some people who are more my age than yours who may not have heard of tonigh- but may have heard of the city of Madrid us and this is the same city. Change the names in one thousand nine hundred eighty six icy so some people don't realize that we're talking about a place they have heard of but that the beam has changed since they had it in elementary school geography or wherever. Yes exactly yeah. The excellent point to make and so the money will generation ration- May know it as tonight but yes. It was formerly known as Mantras that is true so everything has changed. Of course airport name would have changed. The railway station had been Chennai central railway but now has a very complicated name as of this year so can't pronounce that one but that's worth visiting as well. The railway station is amazing. Amazing okay so this old colonial style railway station. I'm guessing then neo Gothic architecture. Quite amazing I believe is built by a European European architects. If I'm not mistaken as one of the most fantastic rarely structured life seen so. You're a fan of that style of architecture or railway stations. The people were passionate about that. It's great and it's the main connecting hub to other cities edge. The train station which I actually took to go to Banglore India which is in a different state China itself being in Tamil Nadu and in addition to that I would also highly recommend going to the Saint Thomas Cathedral Fedral also known as the Sand Tom Cathedral it has a lot of biblical history. Actually being that in fact Thomas one of Jesus's disciples both his last ministry in India China specifically so they built that Cathedral shrine dedicated to him so I thought that was also very amazing and a great historical account of one of these disciples. Let's go back up into this a little more details so when you talk about going to the beach we're going to the beach for usual. Usual beach activities. Are we swimming in. The water is clean enough safe enough to swim in our their water sports. Are we sunbathing. What are we doing when we go to the beach? Besides you mentioned some festivals or other things that are going other one appeal again especially for seafood. Lovers is to come early in the morning anywhere between three or six. Am Ems you can actually wash the fishermen at work. They don't go too far out and then they'll bring their catch. The back sell it out the stalls in the marketplace so it's quite bustling there in terms of the food stalls and that's where you can get some of the finest seafood in India and might be one of the greatest in the world. I personally tasted so. That's something exciting to see their the fishermen activity that takes place as well as the carnival activities. That are there SPO- boot fishermen pulling the Rotunda. The short oh come all borough fishermen and that's what makes it so amazing so these people are obviously doing it for a living and you can see the whole marketplace action. There offers everything from actually getting the catch the day I just selling it directly to the Marquis. Sol's to having your food freshly prepared right in front of you might early. Indication here is that we're GONNA talk about food more than once in this episode guests and quite a few restaurants as well as city is very centered on food and seafood. I of course in particular being nut. It's a coastal city of India. Okay well in food in southern India being different food in northern India. But I think we'll save that for just a a little bit so you took us to the railway station. You took us to the Cathedral. Anything specific we want to say in terms of the railway station were an instagram opportunity. Is there anything else we want to do. Were there well the side that I was thinking of course instagram opportunity. I guess I what structure isn't nowadays. But that's where if you want to find yourself taking a day trip and not having to drive directly out of state. That's a great link to the popular route between Bangor and Bangalore is a very popular steady. My friends friends constantly go on weekend trip from China by car or by train. So that's the thing definitely. Is this worth noting. If you WANNA go beyond Chan I definitely make use of that rally station. The next one and then we'll get back to Bangalore just a little bit in terms of your side trip and then again in terms of the cathedral anything else you WanNa say in terms of things. Should we do a tour the cathedral or just go. Is there anything specific sites. You WanNA point four probably be necessary. It's quite small. Typically if you arrive during the daytime I would say it's fairly empty but it takes you back to your up. I mean whoever has been to the European cathedrals it's definitely that a European style and stained glass asked windows transported on this. They didn't realize I was in India anymore. And then the lower level if you want to make sure you go and check out the strike and like I said of Thomas. The disciple which I thought was pretty incredible. Somebody read about in the Bible and now we're actually standing in the last place. He was next four. We completely clearly leave Marina beach because Saint Thomas Visuals. Not Too far from there musty as well actually the lighthouse and you'll get a spectacular view of the entire beat this aerial view. And what's great about this. Lighthouse is one of the few in the world that actually have an elevator. So you have a fear of heights. It's not not a problem. Furthermore if you WANNA see one of the most famous Hindu temples within the city make sure you go to I hope I don't butcher this name but the capillaries swatter Campbell. Now I have to say I did expect it to be more. Grandiose incised According to local friends and Torres is definitely the most most a frequent did tumble and most famous temple within the city of Nine however I just WanNa make note for tourists as we are indeed foreigners. You won't get to. You have entry into this Ryan side. Just make sure people know that when they go in you can enter the temple. Few move your shoes. And if you're dressed appropriately be won't be able to get astrid entry but if you're curious about that and you want to see where the local people go. This is the most wickets in temple and the outside of it is fairly intricate. An an interesting is probably the right word in terms of all the different figures on this temple. If I've got the right one that I'm thinking of Yes. It is fairly detailed so definitely you can and make a pitstop there. I think that isn't a mile of Hor. Neighborhood was also a great neighborhood to explore the temple in a great neighborhood to explore. What particularly Eh would you recommend that we look for or do or in that neighborhood so in this particular neighborhood there are some great food stall can go to you so again? Taste the local food. They're selling their which will definitely vary from what you'd get in northern India cities like Delhi for example. So that's really great for their in the morning you can check out the south Indian breakfast and have dosa which is this is very flat. Thin layered pancake would remind you of a crepe but but a different texture. So that's something really great to try for their as well as looking for any kind of souvenirs related to the Hindu temple related to you. The dress buying stories for example. It's a perfect place to go from Bulle. Shopping food is do so for breakfast. Eaten with anything else. This is like a pancake so is fresh off the griddle the food stall or do you have it with something. I don't know well even have it either way. Actually but typically I guess it can be served with Chutney. So in my case thing I was introduced in two by the southern Indians is the coconut Chutney. I don't know how common it is in the north but I quite around coconut with other types of herbs and spices attitude so that was really delicious and surprisingly filling breakfasts to have anything else. We should grab from a food stall while we're into definitely you want to check out the Beer Yanni which is classic Indian dish one of my other favorites. I've found was the mango curry. And now this might be unheard of to a lot of people. Because I'll about. How great will curry taste? But through a monster. Ah Skeptical about this dish but it turned out to be really delicious and not very sweet at all. 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New "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" trailer released

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

07:51 min | 1 year ago

New "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" trailer released

"We are here to talk about Social Media News and and the first thing we're going to talk about is star wars because the trailer was on tonight during the halftime show of the Monday night football game to which I said to Monday night football games normally have a halftime show is not more of a super bowl thing and my husband who's a football fan said he didn't think it normal we happened but ESPN is owned by Disney who also now owned star wars so they have you know they they have the means to play the new star wars trailer as part of the halftime show which may or may not be a normal part of Monday night football it doesn't matter if it is or not that's when it was and we happen to be watching the game let me rephrase my husband happened to be watching the game I happen to be reading a book that's that's often how we watch football together uh together I glanced up every once in a while and we we know we have conversations I read a book or snuggle with puppies or whatever it happens to be so the new trailer the rise star wars the rise of skywalker premiered tonight and of course it is now trending on Social Media so there's a lot of scenes of ray running running and jumping into generally being the athletic bad ass that she tends to be you know it it tells you both a lot and not much at all gives you just enough to speculate of course because that is what a good trailer does and of course people are speculating the trailer is two minutes and thirty eight seconds long so of course there's plenty to speculate about and of course fans are already commenting on social media creating youtube videos et CETERA and there's already than articles parsing the social media news and the the all of these all the speculation this article is from movie Web Dot COM and they say they have I know they don't say that that was my word they say we have compiled some of the best still images to make section process that much easier for everybody Some fans got an early start this afternoon when the studio released a teaser trailer which featured the Ice Planet of Jimmy and possibly the ghost chip from the Star Wars rebels animated series so Lucasville announced over the weekend that the final rise of skywalker trailer was going to drop during tonight's Monday night football game which follows the promotional campaign for the previous in this stall moment of latest trilogy j.j Abrams has spoken about his fear of putting endings two things but he seems pretty confident that what he pulled off here and the rise of Skywalker The new trailer teases something star wars fans are going to be talking about for months couple of months at least because it comes out on December twentieth so we have we have just under two months to speculate before we can go see it the rise of Walker footage released so far has had a darker tone to it which seems forboding return of Emperor Palestine who get to hear once again and his presence is felt all over this preview. There's teasers of the dark side taking over but we always but we know that George Lucas always intended on bringing balance to the story so we will more than likely end up seeing that representative as well even though he with the latest trailer and footage we still have no idea what J.j Abrams and Chris Stereo have really cooked up for us that does not stop us from speculating things that I saw on social media people already combining Kylo and raise name like a rail oh I think I saw some referred to him Kylo refer Dumas's Bennett depending on how you think of him but there's all sorts of speculation on what Ben and Kylo and Ray are going to be up to the palpitation also trending of course Hashtag Palestine people are having a field day speculating my favorite my favorite tweets were those talking about Ray Ray low rain kylo being on some kind of grand scavenger hunt to find the Hor- cruxes of the emperor because that just combines all of my dorky passions of both Star Wars and star wars and Harry Potter. I can't help it I'm a Dork Internet skype the let me start that over in addition to the final trailer trailer hitting the Internet the rise of skywalker tickets are early on sale well have you ever I know people do it but I have never bought a ticket a movie to two months out I remember when they re released the star I trilogy the original Star Wars Trilogy I was in college and I waited long lines for those but I've never bought a ticket that far out it'll be interesting so well we are about to see the Skywalker saga come to an end that doesn't mean star wars is coming to an end because there's a million different storylines they can pursue it's been forty two years I sense George Lucas introduced the world to the story to these characters wow I mean star wars has been around for four decades which I know because it's been around my whole life but now it's time though to close the book on nine installed events and leave room for new stories to told well it's bittersweet this article says we still have we at least have the rise of Skywalker to look forward to with all of its ties to the past and the future I'm just wondering really is it going to tie things up is it not going you know how satisfied am I going to be about this supposedly conclusion to nine movie story arc and nine movies that are some are better than others let's just put it out there of course some are better than others it's it's going to be that so the the trailer features kind of gives you glimpses of everyone C. Three Po not sure what's going on with C. Three Po little concerned about him from the trailer You Get a brief glimpse of R two D two's chew he's in there a very brief glimpse of Princess Leia hugging ray brief glimpse of Landau flying possibly the Millennium Falcon Falcon. I don't know I didn't pay enough attention but you know and then all the new characters of course ray and Kylo in Poland people whose names I'm not thinking of off the top ahead is clearly I am not that big of a fan no I am a fan I just don't always I just don't have names off the top of my head there's Dumb you get a PLO and podium Ron and Oh what is the guy's name the African American man can't think of his name that's so terrible but that's just weird that that is that it should be Lucan lay back there maybe three Po it it's like weird collisions of my life together and so I don't know what's going on with three P. Oh I don't know what's going on there's lots and lots of drama for me the the trailer was fine it's the music that gets me they do that they do that on purpose of course but the music kind of amps me up less the story Alana law I'm excited about it but it's the music like yes this is this is my childhood this is coming and I get to see it at Christmas time

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Seth Rollin

The Rack Radio Show

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Seth Rollin

"Cancelled the WW network trended for over I think twelve hours in the United States brought this up on the post show but it's worth mentioning again how long it actually trended in the US on twitter that's that's equal to give divas a chance it took a long time go away and wwe heard the message loud and clear that the fans were not happy with the decision of for Seth Rollins to retain the title at helmets L. and it wasn't even that seth retain the title it's the way that it happened where you had a referee stoppage in Helena sell first time I think ever for a rest pitch for what Rock Nestor coming in and killing two people but for basically what happened is Seth had br on the ground he had a bunch of stuff piled on top of him takes out a sledgehammer he questions himself the restaurants talk me out of it says like no no no I'm going to do it seth hits the stuff with the sledgehammer and bray and Aref immediately calls for the bell a call for stretcher for Bray which I don't know I go back I've gone back and forth on this because at one hand yes he's absolutely human being a medical attention he does deserve a stretcher but at the same instance he's a Hor- character do you really want horror character stretchered out no but I need to read something before reaching you okay Rod Peta the official art with Bray motionless and Seth clearly doing whatever is going to take to win that match I had to think of the competitor safety and at that moment I did I thought was best and I was getting to that because I was gonNA bring that up next so Monday night they waited until ten thirty to talk about the match and they just sort of highlighted didn't said that seth had one and then that came out like two Wednesday on the new network and social media show the bump you go there's at ten am eastern on Monday mornings on Wednesday mornings the bump is actually decent show different but yeah so they put that out which didn't really help the situation no it's just pissed more you know it's kind of like just just let sleeping dogs lie on this one don't don't try to defend decision because I feel like this was somebody somewhere that made this choice we have to defend our decision they're wrong that's what it honestly feels like he was actually pissed off that the fans were angry at this and so they made this poor man who was the referee in this match like defend his quote unquote choice to stop the match even though it was really his choice and he's like he's taking the brunt of this and we're all pretty much like double finger no no that's not accept into vote because I mean this led to this whole situation has led to people going on the network which I'm sure made them very happy but when on the network and pull photog- and gifts and stills of past hell in the cell matches and pretty much the most violent ory about even though they filled every sledgehammer they did they did they pulled every sledgehammer moment they pulled every gory violent moment from hellenise Allen Trust me there's a bunch of them long blades they did or take a lot of weight were either triple h you're taker but they pulled this and then proceeded as posted to social media as basically like w t f like this okay but this wasn't and I mean you got it from the human perspective Brian is a person but this character the fiend that he is portraying is not no and he is monster from your nightmares and he's relentless and he's unstoppable in the fact that you had seth rollins get him on his back for probably I five five or so minutes and proceeded to do this while seth running around in the rain like that's the whole thing that was really bothersome about this was not that seth got breakdown that's fine that's totally cool like seth is the beast slayer sess should be very difficult to beat it shouldn't have been easy for for Brady to just walk in and kick crap out of Seth but the fact that breaks laid there motionless for ten minutes now or not to miss but like five minutes is seth proceeds to pile ladders and chairs into boxes and everything else on top of him like that's that's what made this really really hard because it's like well wait a minute this is the guy two months ago or whatever at summer slam massacred Fin Baylor just like eviscerated fan valor. Now he's doing this with seth it just it didn't make sense nothing about this made sense

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"hor" Discussed on The TryPod

The TryPod

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"hor" Discussed on The TryPod

"I'm gonna go ahead and say that there's nothing weird with this as far as actress concerns. I. Yeah. I mean there's some nice. I just wanna hang out with my dog. Just one of my cats. You you're an animal man man's. Yeah. Big animal man. I'm going to say that's a little weird. I'm gonna say that. It's good to develop strong human relations. In the end you are literally feeding and cleaning the poop of this animal. Well, that does human is west your best friend west doesn't speak it. Oh, wow. Does he know that you're not as friends? I mean. I mean it's like saying ever going to be my best friend. It's also weird when someone says, like my mom's my best friend. Yeah. I mean it's all very I don't like that. Yeah. Your mom's not cool, though, my mom's cool, but she's not my best friend. Wow. I don't think you should best people are friends with. I think it's strange. I think it, it deteriorates the my, my stuff other describes like this. There's like parallels. And there's verticals and horizontal. Parents, this way, with children friends are horizontal and you should have a lot of strong on a relationship. So there's a hierarchy is there's a hierarchy. The hierarchy if families like this, and friends are like this. That means they do intersect, they do, but I need to be one point where they enter so you need to have intersectional things the Ebeling siblings, your wife or your husband. Yeah. What was that in the background? Horrifying. I dunno moving. What about Eric hor, here's a question? Do you guys? Consider your significant others. Your best friend. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. Same z's. Yeah. Because they're also a lot more than that, you know, their family. I do think, though, that like people who, like, who are, like, homeys with their parents, that's fucked up. And that's like that happens in Hollywood a lot. We're like the parents aren't like interested in being parents. They just want to be friends and no scare the shit out of it. Depends on what age your home. He's once you're in your twenties. It's kind of clueless connects with your parents on a more interpersonal level you're still son, and parent or daughter and.

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Vince Carter says he will retire after 2019-20 season, marking end to 22-year career in NBA

WEEI at Night

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Vince Carter says he will retire after 2019-20 season, marking end to 22-year career in NBA

"Vince Carter says that next year NBA season we his last thirty so fifty twentieth. I think it's twenty so he's, he's going to get the old. That's hor, he's going to get the two are going to give them a little memento, and he's gonna get a Harley a rocking chair. Needs all these kind of gifts. That's cool. I mean, Carter man, you know plate for never play Jesse. Can't he's like a guy like Andrea Dala who could play for a long time. Yes. Yes. And it was very effective while still playing. So I think that an end of another era with Vince Carter moving on after

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"hor" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"hor" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Manuel. The hor- cast for Smith. The levees are holding up for now but waters are creeping into neighborhood. Hoods all the houses that are in the neighborhood are pretty much have lottery them. Jason balls home is safe on higher ground. So he's using his boat to help neighbors. They've added could take them in the boat and see their house. Bill Walker has lived here about thirty five years. Yes, this is the highest every doctor in the Netherlands, says she'll defy an FDA order to stop mailing abortion, pills to women in the US Rebecca gone by Skype becomes the women. The prescription medicines that can be used to rush the FDA claim. She's putting women in danger by prescribing drugs that are shipped from India. It's politics is Rayleigh style CBS's, Robert burger from Jerusalem, Israel is on edge as Prime Minister Benjamin, Netanyahu faces a midnight deadline to form a new government seven weeks after winning re election Netanyahu has been unable to cobble together a coalition because a right wing political rival. Has refused to join negotiations. Fail Israel could face an unprecedented second national election in September. Video game addiction, a disease Health Organization has officially recognized gaming disorder as a mental health condition now when does your enthusiasm tip into addiction? The WHO says it's when gaming takes over the gamers, lives damaging family relationship, socialize work duties, or other areas. Vicki Barker, CBS news. Denarius death may have been too much to handle..

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Santa Anita, LA Times And Steph discussed on WBBM Evening News

WBBM Evening News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Santa Anita, LA Times And Steph discussed on WBBM Evening News

"At Pimlico home of tomorrow's Preakness three year old filly collapsed and died after finishing last in a race. The LA times reports another horse broke down and was euthanized this morning at Santa Anita race track in California, the twenty fourth hor Steph at the track since late

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Why has Tarantino turned The Hateful Eight into a Netflix miniseries?

Show Me the Meaning!

03:11 min | 1 year ago

Why has Tarantino turned The Hateful Eight into a Netflix miniseries?

"I guess the one thing we're supposed to assume that okay, we'll LOKI already stole the test right at the end of the ragnarok. So in the same way that anos got it back from him at the beginning of Infinity war, something similar would just happen. No. This didn't make sense to me either. The only thing I could think of is like when iron man is going back and returning all the Infinity stones the right place kept America. Yes. He maybe. Fixed that somehow I don't but. Yeah. Honestly doesn't make sense. And to be honest in my head. I was like, oh, it's going to be a word spinoff. We'll does it have something to do with. When the doctor strange lady explains that once you take one of these things at creates a separate time line. I mean, we could assume that yes when located that it created a separate line, but we're just supposed to assume that that's one of the timelines that captain America went back and fixed and then decided to just maybe Oregon, maybe the Disney plus show. It's a way for them to justify doing something completely outside of like the new kind of story on they're doing. All right since we answered that one quickly. We're gonna do one more from trae go trae, they wise crack trae Seto from southern California. I'm a huge con of of narrative. And I just listen to podcast on endgame. Great stuff. I've enjoyed it regarding on tasha sacrifice. I honestly found it what I wanted. No, not at all. But I found it rather interesting considering in most films that usually like the male has to make a sacrifice for whatever reason whether fits choice and not, but they usually make that choice then thing for me to see a female. Do it was Billy was very new and very interesting and didn't want it to happen. Like, I said, no. Honestly, I just I honestly like pack that female can make the sacrifice that nobody else could especially when it's in the diet situation. And I wanted to talk about that. I think that's something you rarely see like the female making by the mail. That's just my personal take on it. I don't know what you guys on. You know? I don't know if I wanna talk about it. But yeah. Lumped stuff. Thanks, right. So my thoughts on this are one. I think will if if lex was basically saying how would have been more interesting Hawkeye sacrificed himself because he realizes that. Like, oh, the fact that I went to Japan and started killing all of these guys, isn't okay. So I should say I should end up dying. Because you know, I made a mistake. No matter how hor horrific the loss that I experienced was as far as the tasha ending. One thing that I just don't understand is that isn't it that you have to sacrifice the thing you love most and of each other. But he loves his wife, and then the tasha 's whole romance Arcus with the hulk least, I write really yet. You haven't seen it? I have not brought the wise crack marvel experts to this. They can probably explain that more as far as a female doing it. I don't know doesn't

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Anderson named St. John's head coach

John Jastremski

07:07 min | 1 year ago

Anderson named St. John's head coach

"Then you finally got an answer to the next Saint John's head coach was going to be because we all agree this ten day. Search has been an out in barris meant I no problem with Saint John's moving on from Chris Mullin, but the plan in place after the fact, let's say left a lot to be desired the failed. Chase of Bobby Hurley what went on with him cruise hearing about porter Moser. I mean, it was just a different story every day. You didn't know who is running. The search was that the new AFL director, Mike Craig was deported. Trustees and the president involved portal nightmare. And I have to be honest when I found out Thursday morning that Kim Koo said withdrawn his name from the search fearing the worst. I was taking a Twitter destroying the program. Rightfully sell for the way, these last ten days have chicken out little did. I know that Saint John's we're actually end up with a head coach and candidate that has a pretty impressive resume is you found out Thursday night that Mike Anderson full head coach at UAB, the former head coach, Missouri. And the former head coach at Arkansas. Is the next head coach of the Saint John's Redstone. His what you like about, Mike Anderson. Everywhere. He has gone. He's one. When's the last time Saint John's can give you coach with that a resume from that amount of stops along the way. It's been quite some time. Mike Anderson is one. Took Arkansas NCW tournament through the last five years. Saint John's can't tell you the last time they've done that going back to the late nineteen ninety s David won a tournament game in nineteen years. You're getting a head coach who's gonna bring a style of play that I think is going to be appealing to lot guys that thinking about one sT shots. Forty minutes of hell, obviously, his proteges men was no Richardson at Arkansas style, they played winning national championship. They're gonna get up and down to four. They're going to defend they're going to be fun team to watch. If you bring in right players. Now the knock on this. Anderson higher is going to be not only the manner in which it was conducted. But the fact that he doesn't have New York ties. I don't think that's in the world. I really don't. And here's why you're going to bring an assistant coach is most likely who do have those New York dies. And if you know anything about college basketball, these days recruiting now is nationwide. You're not just going to focus on a niche area. You'll go coast to coast players Steve alive and tried to do it. Chris Mullin shot to do it coaches over the country. Yeah, you're going to recruit the area in which coaching. But you looking to get players that are going to fit your style players that are gonna stick around players that are going to be eligible now my stick and do that. I think it sell it higher, especially considering the set of circumstances. The embarrassment at reportedly interview with francesa couple days ago. The dirty laundry being aired every which way Saint John's they got themselves proven cut. They got themselves the head coach who's what bendy NCW tournament. Nine times seventeen years. Who is basically twenty five hundred it's an impressive resume. Now, we'll see if that resume can continue to be successful in a program that yeah hasn't had much success over the last eighteen nineteen years. So Mike Anderson, formerly of Arkansas, the new head coach Saint John's, then you had the keys on Thursday night so much for the Yankees taking the good feel of the Boston series and carrying it over into Thursday's game because the basically sleepwalking through nine innings against the Kansas City Royals. They're facing a mediocre pitcher coming off multiple surgeries. And Homer Bailey won't pitch came out of the Mingo her mom who gives him six innings through on baseball. We gave up a couple of gopher balls. You'll gonna take that anytime a on amount. Six Durham baseball Yankee, bats scorn run in the first inning. Did absolutely nothing in this game. And look the acheived one through six in his lineup. Still in my estimation have enough to give you far better efforts than what you saw against the royals, but you have to knowledge the fact that the Yankees seven eight nine Mike Ford. Austin role mind pile await Yankee like so one story short the keys trying to tread water. Eight ten on a year to get cavalry back soon as possible. Hoping for more. Good news. I'm Gail and do hor we'll see what his role is going to be came comeback. Maybe just be at the H that talking about maybe the idea of impeding up a first baseman for about like that. It's you consider getting Gary Sanchez back on Sunday. We'll be cipher so rise 'cause I'm sick and tired of watching Austin role mind who is not a starting catcher in the big leagues. You want? Good news on Hicks. You canoes on Stanton. But if there is a silver lining to all these Yankee injuries man could Frazier's taking his opportunity. He's run with it. He had another multi hit night on Thursday, and he's gonna make life very difficult. Aaron Boone wants the keys have some healthy players back in a lot. But in the meantime, the Handke's gotta find a way even with the injuries to beat up on somebody's bad teams losing series at home to the Orioles. The tigers. And the White Sox is unacceptable. You'd better hoping putting the canned City Royals on that list. Five fifteen here on this Friday morning stage. A after die chance give it to you right here on the fan. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six thoughts on Saint John's in their higher the Yankees continuing to struggle with bad teams and Brooklyn now down to one in this series, a punchers chance of their I say extending to sixty seven games don't count on it. Now with the lead is CBS sports minute is Bill rider. CBS sports minute. Not take anything away from the Houston. Rockets. What has

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Word of the Day: Anticipate

BM English Speaking Radio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Word of the Day: Anticipate

"As E N T. I C I B A. A d e. It was time for Mr. Nihin, the chairman of the company to retire and nominate someone else in his bliss every one was anticipating that he will nominate his son Jagdish. However, they were in forest surprise as he nominated his daughter Jaya to manage the company Joe was not only ambitious, but she was well educated and highly skilled in personnel management means she was high-skilled in managing people are a group, listen carefully. How we can use the word anticipate in eight different sentences in eight different situations example, number one of eight Lawrence would receive the house rent from his tenant Shelly on time. However last month it. Was delayed by one week. Lawrence was anticipating the check every day till he received, it example, number two of it this show, the saints figures of the newly launched mobile phone was sky high. It means phenomenal. We know this word, don't we all the employees of the phone manufacturing company. What anticipating and increments moving onto example, number three of it. Reno was engaged to Sherman. Her parents had selected him and she had met him only. Once hor anticipation of they compatibility was natural and understandable. And guess what? Her fiance. Showman turned out to be a gem of a person. This means showman turned out to be a wonderful and caring person. How luxury Nuys don't you agree? Example number for of it. The international school had organized an exhibition of paintings for the students own the venue owned was going to be donated to charity, hence, they were anticipating a good turnout, which means they were expecting many people to visit. And yes, it was a grand success. Imagine what all you can learn once you enroll with M English-speaking institute English, phrases and idioms business English sentence structure, speak English, fluently and confidently effective communication skills. Email drafting courses interview and GD success training to download this visit podcast section of site. WWW dot B M consultants. India dot com. Example number five feet. Jenna was and disobeying a secret in her research project as she had completed it in one day. However to her pleasant surprise, she got an a+ owing to her sincerity, and dedication example. Number six eight missed daas was antecedent attacking are huge compensation from the construction company. He had given up his ancestral villa for redevelopment. The villa had a whilst orchard and elite behind the two. Can you guess we are at which example number? Yes, we are example, number seven of eight the small grocery shop was taken over by a chain of supermarket. The employees were anticipating loss of employment. Can you? Guess what happened? The new owners retained all the existing employees, but made several structural changes example, number eight of eight a tea stall owner was convicted for theft or robbery everyone was onto sedating that he will be sent behind the bars, which means everyone was onto baiting that he will be sent to prison. How it will? He was proved innocent and the actual culprit was arrested.

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A Slimy Discovery: New Fossil Found Of Jawless, Backless Hagfish

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:15 min | 1 year ago

A Slimy Discovery: New Fossil Found Of Jawless, Backless Hagfish

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Comcast business having the nation's largest gig speed network was just the start. Now, they're providing gig fueled apps and solutions that exceed expectations and help businesses perform Comcast business beyond fast. You might want to set aside your cornflakes for a moment. Now. Ed, young writes in the Atlantic about a substance, he says, quote looks revolting. But is also one of nature's more wondrous substances. Unlike anything else that's been concocted by either evolution or engineers? Ed young science writer for the Atlantic joins us. Now. What are you celebrating here? Hi, I'm celebrating the slime produced by a type of fish called the hang fish. So the hike fish is a two foot long creature that lives in the deep ocean. It looks a bit like an ill. But it's not it has no. Backbone has. No jaws and most tellingly it has the ability to produce incredible amounts of this very very weird and unusual slime. I guess we could both make a lot of jokes about how similar it is a member of the US, but. Confirm nor deny. Slime a teaspoon of slime at first. But it it really multiplies doesn't it. So a hike fish will release about less than a teaspoon of the slime from the glands on its side. But in like, less than half a second that teaspoonful will expand into liters of slime, if you put a high fish in a bucket at first it'll look like these thin wisps of like white cloudy stuff have been released from its flanks. And then if you stick your hand in swirling around you just be pulling out like handfuls of the stuff. It's almost like the entire bucket will have converted into slime. But this is what they do to protect themselves. Right. It's a defensive measure they release it when they're attacked or when their stress there's low him predators might say, no backbone, no teeth. I know what I'm having for lunch. Right. Exactly. They often get bitten and attacked. But when they do they instantly release this massive cloud of slime, which is very very good at infiltrating nooks and crannies including the mouth. Now, this and gills of predators. So there have been these incredible videos of sharks biting hike fish, and then just recoiling them mouths and gills full of slime and just gagging and being forced to retreat sharks. Essentially saying, I'm sorry. I'm not I'm not as Spielberg shark. They don't pay me enough to to swallow slime. I think it's more like this air your our hor- higher. Now Hegg Vish lime is in the news because of a new fossil, right? So potty. Yes. Newly discovered a new fossil. The fossil is interesting because the evolution relationships of hike. Fish other fish have long been controversial look a lotta scientists have thought of them as very primitive creatures like some sort of transition from a kind of worm-like thing to a fish like thing about this new fossil helps us understand that it looks like hike fish, all vertebrates. They all part of the bat, bone lineage. They just seem to have lost a lot of the traits that we have things like complex eyes and bones and tastebuds Serov than being this weird evolutionary throwback. They're actually very very well adapted animals to the home what grim and grotesque life that they live other about a mirror. Shen speeding on corpses. Slamming things that. Might want to eat them. Oh boy. Does that sound what a life? That's. But I tell you what I was serious when I said that it's one of eve Lucians Marvel's. I I think very rarely DC substance with this combination of properties produced by nominal that most people have never heard of Ed young cover science for the Atlantic. Thanks so much for being with us. Thanks for having

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"hor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"hor" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"See your own faults to the kid. As far as standing there. I had every right to do. So. I my position and said, I was not disrespectful to minister. I respect him. I'd like to talk to him. I mean in hindsight I wish we could've walked away and avoided the whole so how terrified he's Ted looks like my son. Yeah. I know. But yeah, my sorry. The I'm sorry. Did this interview pudding? I'm. Oh, no. If you would have said putting if that would help I'm sorry. Nathan Phillips is such a psychopathic liar. Truly truly sociopathic. Oh, yeah. Pathak lies. He is. And I'm sorry. Nobody in the media has any integrity honesty, including you, savannah. I mean, I it's crazy to watch this. When you think especially when you bring up the parkland kids, I mean, they were they were vile in many of the things they resent her sainted. They were they were reading the F word in interviews. They were they were tweeting out the f word in interviews. He was completely David Hogg was completely disrespectful to anyone who disagreed with him. He was making stuff up about Dana lash and others and yet Laura Ingram couldn't even question. Why couldn't get into a college at one point? She didn't there is there is these kids trying to get into college. Good luck. Yeah. Good low. Yeah. Wind up at Harvard. I don't think like like hog did because they're not the right political ideology. It is terrifying. What's going on right now? I think this is. I've got a big deal. I'm going to say what I wanted to say on Monday. Because I thought about it because stew has made me think about it over and over again. But I really believe this this too Dino. Think about this is this is this is we are now entering the time where I will not be surprised to see someone beaten within an inch of their life in the well of the Senate, and the reason why bring that up as an example is because I remember would doing my homework on trying to figure out what what what was life like in America leading up to the civil war. What did it feel like in America in eighteen fifty five four somewhere in that area? There was a Senator who was talking about the whore. That the south is sleeping with. And that hor is slavery. And it offended the south. How dare you say that about the south? And so one of the house members walked over with a silver tipped cane and beat that Senator on the floor of the Senate, no one came to his aid, medium almost to death almost two that took him years to recover finally came back like two or three years later to deliver the rest of that speech and beat him with an inch of his life. No one stopped him. No one stopped him from leaving. He threw the cane down laughed. They took they they took the Senator to the hospital. Nobody really cared about him. They never prosecuted the guy who beat him to death. In fact, they took that Cain to pieces of that gain. And they made it in necklaces, and the the Democrats in the house and the Senate wore necklaces with that Cain around their neck little teeny Cain around their neck to say, we don't care. We'll beat anybody to death that stands against us. Now when I read that fifteen years ago, I thought that's crazy. We are a long way away, but I can see that happening. This. This story is a turning point for America. And you better know what side you're on. You better know, you'd better watch this now with your kids. In fact, we should do a special maybe on Monday that you can just watch with your kids. The danger of tweeting the danger of Facebook the danger of smiling in public. And and show our kids. How important this is? Because at worst. That's what the kid did at the very worst. He smiles at the guy smirked. Yeah. It's not that's not bad. Anyway. That was what was interesting about this one in that. Like, let's say there's been some of these like fights between the proud boys and other groups like antifa. Right. And so you watch LA proud boy guy like punch an antifa member in the face. And they're like look at this. They're assaulting these people outside and then later on you see the full video and actually the proud boys were attacked first, and they're defending themselves. Like, it's understandable to me to say, you know, maybe you have a preconceived notion of one of these groups, and you say, okay, I just saw someone hit punch another person. And that looks really bad. We didn't even see in the video this kid do anything wrong. Yeah. It wasn't like they took a bad moment out of context of an event. He did nothing and they just assigned horrible intended to him for no reason he bought a hat. That's it. He wore a hat. It's not even a smirk. It's the hat, and it's kind of inexcusable to me, I unless I've missed it. I haven't seen the Covington Catholic. School administration to support the no they haven't. No, they haven't with all the evidence. They still done nothing yesterday yesterday. I had the shirt printed. So I could so I could show my support for the Covington the Covington Catholic school and the scullery did they Covington Catholic members. But I have a really hard time. Supporting the Catholic school NAN, really even the arch diocese at this point. Because the archdiocese just released a statement that said we're still looking into it before we see if there's any sanctions that need to be taken excuse me. It's unbelievable. If I were if I were a parent there, I would be outraged and my kid would be out of a school. Yeah. But I think a it's a really good school. So people are willing to give them a little extra slack because you know, how hard it is to come across really good schools, but that school will be forever divided. Now. Because I believe what's happening. I don't know this for fact, but I'm guessing what's happening is the social Justice warrior Catholic side is fighting against the traditional Catholic side. And the social Justice warriors who are very very far left in the Catholic in the Catholic faith are are splitting this. And so I do have this word in from some people in the know. But I don't know. It's it's secondhand here. But I believe it to be true that they're concerned about picking a side because half of their congregation will leave. And so they don't know what to do. They wanna keep everybody together. And they don't know what to do. Well, you can't. I mean, there's going to be. I shall clean out mine own house. I there is going to be a cleansing and purging of those people who will not listen to the Lord's commandments. It's going to be you have to make a choice. Yeah. I know we all understand. There's people that make choices. We all do. We're all imperfect. Right. That you're trying to make choices and sometimes you make the wrong ones. And you you go with pragman pragmatism over principle. I no, no, no patience for a faith organization doing that. No, one should be saying principle things until there's zero people at your school. What's your day until they nailed him to a trade do a cross that he was still saying principal things? Right. That's the whole faith is based on doing things that are unpopular in those moments to stick with those principles. Here's the thing because people wrote to me yesterday. What can I? I do what can I do? What can I do? Well, I wanted to show my support. I had the t shirt made. I wanna show my support. I'm having a T shirt made that everyone can buy and the, wow, it's already therapy. It's Covington strong. And I want you to show your support. It be be dare to be courageous dare to speak the truth. This is just about a maga- hat. This is not about these kids. Well, we need to remind ourselves. It is about the kids. It is about this community. It is about people who stood and were acting decently in principle, and they had nothing wrong. This is about cavenaugh. This is about the border. This is about the media. This is about political correctness. This is about all of it. This story represents everything that the middle of the country is done with and for for the administration at Covington Catholic, it all it has to be about is doing the right thing to defend these kids who did nothing wrong. You don't even have to play the political card. You don't have to say anything about that. Did nothing wrong. How many times have I said? Told the story clan. You misunderstand the righteous among the nations didn't suddenly become righteous. They just refuse to go over the cliff with the rest of society. Don't go over the cliff stand stand on this issue stand. This is in Cavanaugh where well, it's our superiors. And it's your opinion my opinion, this has evidence and proof. It happened in front of our own is all you have to do is watch the raw video. You don't wanna watch the raw video fine yesterday. We posted all of the clips. So you could see it. We told you in a tick tock, so you could send it to your friends, and we include the full unedited video if your friends don't want to watch it, then you know, who they are. You know, who they are this engage. Find like minded. People. You must stand on this. You must stand. Nobody's being thrown off Twitter. Nobody's being thrown off a Facebook. I wanna throw a Disney producer. I like to throw that kid into a wood Chipper, all I was joking. So he's fine. He's fine. Imagine if I would have said David Hogg, boy would I love to throw that kid in a wood Chipper. Would I be on the radio today? No, no way. No one no way. Courage is contagious. Love and courage is contagious. So is hatred. Hatred and vitriol and vendettas do not get involved in that stand for the truth..

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"hor" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"hor" Discussed on WTVN

"As far as standing there. I had every right to do. So I Don I live physician and said I was not disrespectful to Mr. fields. I respect him. I'd like to talk to him. I mean in hindsight I wish we could have walked away in voided the whole that. So. So how terrified. Ted looks like my son. Yeah. I know. But yeah, my sorry. The I'm sorry. Did this interview pudding? I'm yet. I don't know if you would have said pudding if that would help I'm sorry. Nathan Phillips is such a psychopathic liar, truly truly sociopathic liar. Yeah. Sociopathic lies. He is. And I'm sorry. Nobody in the media has any integrity honesty, including you, savannah. I mean, I it's crazy to watch this. When you think especially when you bring up the parkland kids, I mean, they were they were vile in many of the things they resent her sainted. They were they were reading the F word in interviews. They were they were tweeting out the f word in interviews. He was completely David Hogg was completely disrespectful to anyone who disagreed with him. He was making stuff up about Dale lash and others and yet Laura Ingram couldn't even question. Why couldn't get into a college at one point? She didn't there is there is these kids trying to get into college. Good luck. Yeah. Good low. Yeah. Yeah. Wind up at Harvard. I don't think like like hog did because they're not the right political ideology. It is terrifying. What's going on right now? I think this is. I've got a big deal. I'm going to say what I wanted to say on Monday. Because I've thought about it because stew has made me think about it over and over again. But I really believe this this too. I know is thinking about them. This is this is this is we are now entering the time where I will not be surprised to see someone beaten within an inch of their life in the well of the Senate, and the reason why bring that up as an example is because I remember doing my homework on trying to figure out what what what was life like in America leading up to the civil war. What did it feel like in America and eighteen fifty five four somewhere in that area? There was a Senator who was talking about the hor- that the south is sleeping with. And that hor is slavery. And it offended the south. How dare you say that about the south? And so one of the house members walked over with a silver tipped cane and beat that Senator on the floor of the Senate. No one came to his aid read him almost to death almost two that took him years to recover finally came back like two or three years later to deliver the rest of that speech and beat him with an inch of his life. No one stopped him. No one stopped him from leaving. He threw the cane down left. They took they they took the Senator to the hospital. Nobody really cared about him. They never prosecuted the guy who beat him to death. In fact, they took that Cain to pieces of that gain. And they made it in necklaces, and the the Democrats in the house and the Senate wore necklaces with that Cain around their neck little teeny Cain around their neck to say, we don't care. We'll beat anybody to death that stands against us. Now. An I read that fifteen years ago. I thought that's crazy. We are a long way away, but I can see that happening. This. This story is a turning point for America. And you better know what side you're on. You better know, you'd better watch this now with your kids. In fact, we should do a special maybe on Monday that you can just watch with your kids. The danger of tweeting the danger of Facebook the danger of smiling in public. And and show our kids. How important this is? Because at worst. That's what the kid did at the very worst. He smiles at the guy smirked. Yeah. That's not bad. Anyway. That was what was interesting about this one in that. Like, let's say there's been some of these like fights between the proud boys and other groups like antifa. Right. And so you watch LA proud boy guy like punch an antifa member in the face. And they're like look at this. They're assaulting these people outside and then later on you see the full video and actually the proud boys were attacked first, and they're defending themselves. Like, it's understandable to me to say, you know, maybe you have a preconceived notion of one of these groups, and you say, okay, I just saw someone hit punch another person. And it looks really bad. We didn't even see in the video this kid. Do anything wrong. It wasn't like they took a bad moment out of context of an a larger event he did nothing and they just assigned to horrible intend to him for no reason he bought a hat. That's it. He wore a hat. It's not even a smirk. It's the hat, and it's kind of inexcusable to me, I unless I've missed it. I haven't seen the Covington Catholic school. Administration to support the no they haven't. No, they haven't with all the evidence. They still done nothing yesterday yesterday. I had the shirt printed. So I could so I could show my support for the Covington covington's Catholic school and the scurry did they Covington Catholic. Members. But I have a really hard time. Supporting the Catholic school, man, really even the archdiocese at this point because the archdiocese just released a statement that said we're still looking into it before we see if there's any sanctions that need to be taken excuse me. It's unbelievable. If I were if I were a parent there, I would be outraged and my kid would be out of the school. Yeah. But I think what a it's a really good school. So people are willing to give them a little extra slack because you know, how hard it is to come across really good schools, but that school will be forever divided now because I believe what's happening. I don't know this for fact, but I'm guessing what's happening is the social Justice warrior Catholic side is fighting against the traditional Catholic side. And the social Justice warriors who are very very far left in the Catholic. In the Catholic faith are are splitting this. And so I do have this word in from some people in the know. But I don't know. It's secondhand here. But I believe it to be true that they're concerned about picking aside because half of their congregation will leave. And so they don't know what to do. They wanna keep everybody together. And they don't know what to do. Well, you can't. I mean, there's going to be I shall clean out mine own house. I there is going to be a cleansing and purging of those people who will not listen to the Lord's commandments is going to be you have to make a choice. Yeah. I know we all understand. There's people that make choices. We all do. We're all imperfect that you're trying to make choices and sometimes you make the wrong ones. And you you go with pragman pragmatism over principal. I had no no no patients for a faith organization doing that. No. You should be saying principle things until there's zero people at your school. What's your until? They nailed him to a trade. They nailed to a cross that he was still saying principal things. Right. That's the whole faith is based on doing things that are unpopular in those moments to stick with those prints of. Here's the thing because people wrote to me yesterday. What can I do? What can I do? What can I do? Well, I wanted to show my support. I had the t shirt made. I wanna show my support. I'm having a T shirt made.

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"hor" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

08:51 min | 1 year ago

"hor" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Told if you play your music, anyway everywhere. You have foot. Yep. An stuck in my mind. That's actually. Yeah. I could do I could play straight. And then I. Find a spot in Newtown. It's very noisy. But first, Tom people hit Mongolian music. They're really interested. Every people just stop in listening asking so many questions, then I I I don't understand what they're talking about. This smile the smile, and then what should I say now? Yes, or no, yes, or no, maybe. Yes. Yeah. That's just the just you really really. So it's a big part of your culture music. Yeah. It gives a ties to the history because in Mongolia, due to lots of different ethnic groups, all groups. Beautiful melodies and the man instrument Mongolia, it's called the modern hor modest mean horse, or it's me little hospital horse had it'll or horsehair fiddle. Because two strings mid up from hostal. Okay. And then Bo is hostal which meant play with both. Hostal with talks tell only one instrument in wall. And there's lots of. Singing different type of different ethnic groups singing styles. And also that bird seeing. One of the biggest based hanging Mongolia C D trying to be throat singer. Or is it some Amine Phil commuting not throat saying, but can you sing generally is? But my children is shop some terrible arm tightly Dave's is is it the case that you a naturally I will to use your throat to create music. Yes. But you need in lots of lots of practice from when when you start learning perching some of the some of the songs throat-singing coz on quite a long time. So obviously, it doesn't hurt. Then the must be is it a relaxing thing that you do other than the attention depends on the songs, but mostly it's very relaxing, but you have to balance every holy body. Lots of tartans lots of plot pressure happening. Yeah. I have to balance it Sam, Tom like your control luck contains since then you you you make it like two nights you have to make at just this two coats that must be pretty exhausting. Listening to it. It can be quite meditative is meditative to the previous. It's it's it's because the all this throat singing styles. Mostly we didn't know much the Mongolians dip brought from the Niger all stars look from the like what whole all like nice mountains of river sand Holcombe from there. And then most of the heard is when the herding the animals the hit lots of beautiful Niger, its spiritual ting. Well, you being so kind enough to not any common educators on threat singing, but you're going to demonstrate it for us. We the oil I call it a hosts hit fiddle, and we'll be able to tell picture it literally does have a horse hit on it. Does. It's beautiful. It's good. Jim. What do you call it modern or but in m oh, I n modern h you u? Based on trust. All right. Well, let's get you ten steps together. And yeah, it'd be thrilling to he perform for us title by one too. Guy for it. Yes. Absolutely. We ready. Yeah. Really? It's just being in the room with that was just unbelievable. It's just a video of actually can you put that insurance that up again, no problem. Good next week. We leave out based offs behind and launch into the yeast seriously that this wasn't serious looking at women in travel. Okay. Type yet you can subscribe to his own audience. You can download the Google play app. And you can say yell out at Alexa and Google home to play the willed met the podcast. And that's exactly what they'll do. Book gust Royal boundaries..

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Ailing Central American migrants in dire conditions dig in at U.S. border

Anderson Cooper 360

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Ailing Central American migrants in dire conditions dig in at U.S. border

"At the border in Tijuana tonight, thousands of Central American migrants are taking shelter as they wait for chance to seek asylum in the United States there crowded conditions at the makeshift camp. And even more migrants are now expected to show up and coming days to a drone shot of it seen in crews visited the site found pretty bad conditions polluting open sewage drains this of course, in the wake of last weekend's clash at the border. We're thirty said the rocks were thrown at border patrol officers. Tear gas was fired in return now all of this. There's a new estimate tonight on how many undocumented immigrants there are in the United States. The Pew Research Center says the number continues to shrink this interest estimate shows about ten point seven million undocumented immigrants in the country two thousand and sixteen the most recent year that government numbers are available. That is the lowest estimate in a decade. Now it just before airtime I spoke with Univision's anchor hor Ramos who is in Tijuana poor. Hey, the situation where you are now in Tijuana some of described it, I know the city's mayor. Describes it as a crisis has been asking for humanitarian help. Can you just tell me what you have been seeing what you've been hearing what I'm seeing right now. And what I'm hearing is that we'll ride in the meal with like minded Tyree on international crisis. Of course, there's a lot of blame to go around become blame the Central American governments for extreme poverty rampant corruption for the gangs for the violence. We complained a Mexican government for allowing all these info American runs through calm here. Would we can also blame the United States in? But Trump administration for creating a bottleneck let me just give you an idea, and we're here in DC refugee camp, these refugee there about six thousand people among them one thousand children, and they wanna go to the other side of that wolf that's the United States right right over there. But they can't because every single day the Trump administration, and he's only processing about one hundred asylum applications, and we thought you'll take months for many of the people over here just to go to the United States. And you got so many trying illegal ways to get into the United States. What are the conditions in the camp like 'cause I was talking to a reporter Leyla Santiago yesterday looked like there was a lot of water on the ground who've were complaining about access to food about even the toilet facilities. It is the the conditions are terrible. What I see? I see a lot of trash around me. I I've been talking to to family sold. They long many of the kids are are thick. You can see people coughing is getting really called that at night. There's no possibility for them to go anywhere else are more people continuing to arrive at to stay at that camp. Yeah. Yeah. And they'll calming every single date. They have hundreds more sometimes thousands more the number that I have are are these in this camp last night. There were about six thousand people with talks tons more than new government told him. That they're considering between nine thousand central Americans to fifteen thousand central Americans enough though Christmas in January February more

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SEC, Benny Snail And Scurvy Kirby discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

SEC, Benny Snail And Scurvy Kirby discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Police. Make no arrests. Detectives are investigating whether these three burglaries are related. You must find a way to stuff the Ron in order to clinch the SEC east title Saturday against Kentucky four times as Kentucky player led the SEC in rushing the junior. Benny snail should be number five is own. The guy just ruins hor. He's. Purpose. Tyreek McGee Snell has four one hundred yard games of the season. But only one in the last four weeks, including his worst performance last Saturday against Missouri. So well the dog struggling run defense. Find an answer we try to do it through fundamentals technique. But you can't go out and replace players. We got what we got scurvy Kirby. Smart kickoff Saturday at three thirty here on the home of the dogs.

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"hor" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"I love the fact though that old John from Georgia in his hor, go friend what seven minutes hundred you. Nice a fire. Obviously gator there as well. Yeah. Gator. Do you have a good time you dressed up as so I went as the quickest shot in the west. So I was a cowboy with two holsters of Jim beam on me at all times. Get into the Jim beam because I was succumbed to the the shots. The report every fifteen minutes. A nice Irish goodbye like ten fifteen. Good move. That's a great movie. Irish is a good move. I love that move. I was trying to entire time to figure out how I could do it. I was gonna go sleep. Then you gotta worry about everything else happening at your guy. Call the police on yourself. The neighbor. Troppled hood Hector every fucking ten minutes who owns the house. What can beard short short? Talk to the dad. Well that conversations incredible. We were really doing it today where we. You listeners are so so lucky you get to listen to Doha's speaking of a microphone, and if it makes you sick, maybe wanna shit. There's only one way to make your shit better. And that's by getting a book day with days used to be that for the rich and famous, but no more the butthole cleanse that can change your life.

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"hor" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"I love the fact though that old John from Georgia in his hor, go friend what seven minutes hundred you. Nice a fire. Obviously gator there as well. Yeah. Gator. Do you have a good time you dressed up as so I went as the quickest shot in the west. So I was a cowboy with two holsters of Jim beam on me at all times. Get into the Jim beam because I was succumbed to the the shots. The report every fifteen minutes. A nice Irish goodbye like ten fifteen. Good move. That's a great movie. Irish is a good move. I love that move. I was trying to entire time to figure out how I could do it. I was gonna go sleep. Then you gotta worry about everything else happening at your guy. Call the police on yourself. The neighbor. Troppled hood Hector every fucking ten minutes who owns the house. What can beard short short? Talk to the dad. Well that conversations incredible. We were really doing it today where we. You listeners are so so lucky you get to listen to Doha's speaking of a microphone, and if it makes you sick, maybe wanna shit. There's only one way to make your shit better. And that's by getting a book day with days used to be that for the rich and famous, but no more the butthole cleanse that can change your life.

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Tiger Woods seals first win in five years with Tour Championship

CBS Sports Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Tiger Woods seals first win in five years with Tour Championship

"Twenty seven twenty two. Tiger Woods is back in the win column. Picked up his first victory in more than five years. He captured the torch championship tiger finished eleven under two shots. Clear. Billy hor shell was Tigers eightieth career PGA tour win so Kenny break Sam steeds record of eighty two to get to the eighty Marcus. It's a big number Osama. Still ahead of me. I've said that I felt like a chance to play some more golf, and maybe I'll keep chipping away at that number, and maybe surpassing woods expect it to be ranked thirteenth of the world

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Dissecting Sam Darnold's preseason with Jets and his rare QB traits

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:25 min | 2 years ago

Dissecting Sam Darnold's preseason with Jets and his rare QB traits

"Ask you about Sam darnold start with the New York Jets jets. Choose to trade teddy Bridgewater. Yes, to get a third round pick from New Orleans in return. So darnold is the guy. They name him the guy and he's playing behind a makeshift offensive line. Good idea about idea. Well, I think it's a good idea. They understand what they have and darnold and they understand not only does he does. He does. He have football acumen, you know, he's a blue collar guy. Hoard working guy. Unbelievable release, but he is. He's gotten to the point where he's, you know, he's ready to enter the fray like there's a lot of guys that get to this point and you're like, you're not. He's not ready yet. Well, he's ready from maturity standpoint. He's earned the respect of the veteran players. They all like him. He's worked. Exceptionally. Hor has got great pocket awareness, great pocket presence. You I mean, gets the ball out of hand will the app some growing pains. Of course, he's a young player, but they're like he's entry ready level or entry level ready to go. Like, let's let him go, look, I love him too. And look, I know people forget the David car situation, right? David car wasn't a great quarterback draft. Joey Harrington was the other one was an expansion team. Tony Boselli was supposed to be the left tackle. They got him from the Jaguars didn't protect him and Pacelle. He never plays for the Texans. So it was a terrible offensive line, but but that forever hindered David cars. Sure. That's my only concern which I'm with you. Everything about Daraga. I'm concerned about the supporting

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Man City ease to Community Shield victory over work-in-progress Chelsea

Today

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Man City ease to Community Shield victory over work-in-progress Chelsea

"Many, kids twenty seven minutes past six and time, for on it with the sport good morning when I'm up here as well as a new young name making headlines on the British. Gulf seeing twenty two, year old Georgia hor from Bournemouth who won the, women's British Open at Raleigh them and sedans by two shots from titans on Puttalam who carded six birdies in a final round five-under-par Sixty seven, to finish on seventeen hundred as. Correspondent. In Carter reports this, was a stunning victory for a twenty two year old who'd, never one it tore level before she was bogey-free until the final hole where her dropped shot. Didn't, matter at all because, hall had, opened a three-stroke advantage by that stage the bedrock with birdies on the fifteenth and. Sixteenth holes under the pressure of those. Polling on Pat Lam of Thailand finally crumbled. With a double bogey at the seventeenth hole is the first UK winner of this title since Katrina Matthew in two thousand and nine and only the fifth British woman to become a. Major champion we'll hear from. Georgia hall later in, the program matches the city. To Chelsea nil in the community shield fixture at Wembley hardly does Justice to cities superiority on. The day both goal some glencoe who's now reached two hundred and one for the club as a turtle, the thirty degree afternoon he brought the suggestion from city manager pep Guardiola that her later kickoff would have been preferable the players meanwhile took drinks breaks but hero both managers Guardia and Chelsea's Maurizio sorry With the overall. Impressions Guardiola I I. I told she's unwilling and we play good both sides will play as to blame that conditions. Mythology they, did it and fortunately, we play, in a good level difficult match. Renew I think there.

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"hor" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To the hor historical record I just really wanted people to know about him and what better people to know, than younger readers because they'll they'll read them and they'll take him heart and they'll carry them for. The rest of their life they will always know about strong heart which one of the reasons I love to write for young readers is those books that they love them become. Part of their their life, and so part of my my biggest passion was to bring him, back to the historical record bring. It back to people's memories so the writing of it and I know Eric felt the same way that the illustrating. Of it was really important we really wanted to give them a story that made them think that made. Them care that delighted Try to do. You know trying to do, all those? Things and I think at the. End, of the, day I think it does that I think, it's a. Really delightful story. About a dog, a true story about a movie star dog which we don't often see but I think the bigger issue is. About a dog needing a home on a dog needing the best kind of home that is where people love, them and he has a family and in this case in truth the true story strong heart and. In the book is well he's the dog that's rehabilitated by love he starts out as a dog that was well loved with his family is taken by the German police force. And turned into a fierce, guard dog that doesn't know how to play doesn't know how to, give or or accept love on. Any level and how Larry tremble find some and rehabilitates and not just makes them a movie star that makes them. A lotta love dog makes them a dog a happy dog and that's a meaty story. You know It and it just has to, be and it's also an. Old fashioned story and I don't mean that in any. Negative or pejorative way you know there are always in the world of. Children's books that are always dog stories it's one of those things that kids are always gonna wanna read about less so. Maybe today and what's great about, it is this story is. It has all those levels of, heart but it's, also an adventure story and to think that, you can combine a dog story and. A story about how one person can make a difference in how a dog you know dog's life and how one dog can make a difference in a lot of people's lives and, then also have a nice adventurous rob at the same time was a really great thing to take on absolutely and so the book is the story is. Very well suited to bring back to the silver screen as well I would. Think that would be nice. Wouldn't it Well we would like to see. That definitely Know Hollywood it's a lot easier to remake. A rebadged something come up with original ideas, so I think he may have done No offense or anybody out here Yeah it's so, funny but I, never considered that. But you know it's exactly right and I think that says something about the story that it's. Visual enough that it's active enough and I think that what you, just, said, is a real compliment candies writing. And pacing that you can win kind of when you close, your eyes and think about cinema you can, see this as being a story Absolutely so we'll be, watching out for that just let me know Let's hope Disney's listening All right well we're coming to the end, of the show today but where can people will find out more about everything you guys have going on with this book as, well as other things and we're the best way for the people to reach you and to track. Your all your successes Oh well you can go to our web sites mine is Candace Fleming dot com and Eric's is, Eric Roman dot com there we go and then your.

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"hor" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"How did the first doctor fine the whole friendly button because doctors don't believe women's pain i mean if i were that doctor had be like yep pitch we got it get outta here this is why i sleep with all of my orifices plugged and i only make it like three minutes before i fix the eight but what a beautiful friendly button lists three minutes that is before my endless slumber also in florida only in florida a fifty year old man named jorges porto sierra great name he just went to a motel it's called the friendly village in shade there i like how motels are like this'll get them why don't we name it something fun no one's been murdered here turns out hor hey was there to murder he started throwing gasoline on one of the motel room doors broke a window started throwing gasoline in there you had a cigarette and his mouth and he is screaming i'm going to kill you child molesters is it turns out that in the room there were four people two of whom were convicted sex offenders and hor hey was there to take them out yeah speaking of police jorges said he was there to quote barbecue all the child molesters on fire and kill them barbecue them on fire and kill i mean instead of on cole's that's true yeah in his defense he did try to alert the police by purchasing three billboards outside ebbing missouri.

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"hor" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of a podcast called the hor cast and she's the secretary of the adult performer advocacy committee suzy welcome to one a thank you so much for having me it's such an honor joining us from fort smith arkansas is chris sardinia the coordinator for the desert alliance a coalition that fights for sex workers rights chris welcome thank you for having us also joining us from los angeles is jackie saint james and adult film director jackie glad to have you with us thank you so much and joining us from san francisco is shine louise houston the founder of pink and white productions shine welcome to the program i think i think we should just get right to the elephant in the room which is stormy daniels she's been making a lot of headlines lately here is a brief clip of her interview with anderson cooper that air last night on sixty minutes jenna jameson another wellknown adult film actress said recently about you the left looks at her as a whore and just uses her to try to discredit the president the right looks at her like a treacherous rat it's a lose lose should've kept her trap shot i think that she has a lot of wisdom and those words and was stormy daniels part of her interview last night on sixty minutes in conversation with anderson cooper i wonder shine louis houston if i could just start with you what do you make of her stepping forward i'd like to hear from all four of all four of you briefly but shine what do you think of stormy daniels stepping forward especially in light of what she said about being demagogued and denigrated by all sides brave a portrait of her because she was doing everyone within sex for i service coming forward and saying her piece and being unapologetic unapologetic about it i think it came strive for breaking sticking about like what a porn star is and how they're supposed to be how sweet there's act she's very much smoking i think she's handling a lot of the internet trolls really well i'm i i feel very indebted their junkies james i wonder what your thoughts on stormy daniels coming forward especially in light of some of the comments that we've been getting on our side about sex workers in general one of our listeners wrote on our website the one eight dot org.

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"hor" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Do from pakistan right can only make a certain amount of money so she hired him and i guess his family so he can make a few million bucks now you know that's the way she got around it you know the tell them they want his hor drive so we smashes it sends money over to pakistan they gotta pull them off a plane and he's idiots or still backing him up and they immediately went to this being islamophobic homophobic that's why you did that now we just told the gotta give the damn hor drive over he smashed in tried to flee the country imagine imagine if one of trump's aides are one of trump's people did exactly what just happen do you think the news because i'll tell you and i saw this on fox of the day msnbc cnn nbc abc zero minutes on that story real zero minutes on that story that's incredible because i keep to see hearing about all these sposa relations with russia and on and on and by the way we did find out over the weekend which they did not talk about either that russia was trying to get dirt on trump they weren't promoting trump they were trying to look up bad stuff on trump so there goes that whole collusion theory twodozen this yeah well i mean obviously key i mean a long time ago i think it's a pretty plain and simple that there has been no collusion issues the liberals they're just trying to find something you know the yeah but it's gonna be a little bit of collusion thing now you can see that the still little friction between trump and putin and russia the united states obviously for sanctions thing i think is bizarre oh my god only sanctions against north korea and iran so they throw russia and on top of it um trump's gonna sign it so what is putin dui expels almost eight hundred american here that's all while really that all really the thing that i think when people talk about the russian collusion people like the thing that starts off when putin was praising was praising from manila fact on it i.

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"hor" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer

1380 AM The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer

"Back in tokyo just minutes briefly originated have you download our new a team add answercom hor is google play for the latin got blackberry yeah well sorry you're on longest and cleveland uses of larger we'll be right back in a moment bharti airtel god excuse me larry arnn he'll fyre cay he'll back.

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"hor" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"hor" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Help them develop a tool because they did not know how to get this problem out of their supply chain and so the tour actually lets people in i wanna buy skipjack tuna from thailand what's the risk of slavery right it'll stay a critical risk for low risk and it doesn't mean that it's in that specific fish they're getting but it alerts the retailer that there's the potential that it's there and it gives them the opportunity to work with their distributors and importers to ensure that the fish that they're getting is clean except that if as you say the supply chain is so murky how does anyone actually know whether something is tainted by slave labor or not well the aquarium spent a lot of time uh working with ngos who studied the issue they track ships that are at sea and how long day there oh how long there a susan indicator because if somebody's being treated humanely they'll be allowed off the boat right so if a boats at sea for years they're going to ray some suspicions exactly for boat doesn't come in death the flag huh this is only as effective as the retailers who use it a do you get the sense that grocery stores and restaurants are actually eager for tool like this or our consumers going to have to pressure them i don't think consumers will have to pressure them though that doesn't hurt i do think nobody wants slavery produce seafood and their supply chain but supermarkets in retail chains are very reluctant to talk about it openly and ngos they don't want retailers to walk away from a supply chain because it just tries an underground the more they stay engaged and work on the issue the better chance it has of solving the problem clearly shen hor joins us as part of a collaboration between npr on the food and environment reporting network thanks so much thank you.

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"hor" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"hor" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Hor are going through experience withdrawal in male signing up looking for day establish clear does not wanting to send any he i just wonder and it below how are they going to prevail trailing a working could look into their people's member who's drop really good claims by simply late nights of in one s eighty interesting question this look into that find out the shedding two crew will la look into that i have a report on your death monday morning maybe i'll have to have a small attacked look at eu colleagues in time at his hands now hold as cold triple eight nice it'll one s h e triple eight nights of what we know it is kinda cold which an armed started to send him a message last night and i found out he blocked me on twitter yeah the show well so you know i've said all right well that's going to be like that okay man can be very difficult for him to get those numbers to me since he blocked me on on twitter anyway um my weekly articles about donald trump's socalled abysmal poll numbers according to gallup he's what does not that gallup but rasmussen he that forty six and rasmussen has in the few points higher than gallo but um and i mentioned this in a number of you called up and you were shocked i said are you aware that donald trump's socalled abysmal poll numbers he keep eating pounded impounded pounded on cable in the newspapers heath incompetent he's erratic uh he doesn't know what he's doing this there's a bunch of mutant at meat mutiny in the white house yet the blood cetera how do you explain the fact that he's got a much higher rating than angela merkel lee respected chancellor of germany area quoted the times of london the.

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"hor" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"hor" Discussed on WLAC

"Trade have hor jack callahan fox news president trump is in seoul south korea this morning the second stop on his current asia trip traveling with the president is fox's john tucker who joins us live following his lunch with us troops at camp humphreys the us as military base that is home to thousands of american military personnel the president meeting at this hour with south korean president mood to discuss bilateral trade and the ongoing nuclear crisis with north korea and will laura the past few months president trump has accused mood of appeasement today's meeting as aimed in part at getting south korea to go along with president trump's tough approach to north korea jack thanks john so as not to glorify him police in texas say they won't mention his name any more devon patrick kelli metal down twenty six people at a church there on sunday morning crime scene tape still keeps neighbors away from the first baptist church years oh police say they're wrapping up their work multiple interviews have been conducted in numerous cities and other states victims have been identified and next that can have been notified texas public safeties freeman martin hopes to release victims naval today but the names are at a mystery to people here their neighbors cousins michelle tree goes family lives just down the street like that that he people in southern lives springs texas had been brown fox news a clerical mistake allowed the shooter to get his gums the airforce acknowledging it failed to report kelly's domestic violence conviction for the fbi if they had his name would have been entered into a federal database at he would not have passed federal background checks in order to buy his guy the airforce they'll vest getting held at half of fox news serive bellows the in my life changed because someone was there to get me to use drugs no one can understand whether or not they struggled with addiction themselves people seem to think that having someone who is in his can help make it better i'm.

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"hor" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"hor" Discussed on KOMO

"The 4's currently no accidents or stalls hor sound area bottles with found itself the area you could get down to a coupon teary urea northbound i5 ask construction between milepost 119 actually one nine one 161 119 are still can do pont road till five o'clock in the morning at least one lane closed there and it's calm area southbound i 705 ruled were going on near i5 elaine closed until six fifty teen but overall traffic looking good at this time you're next puerto 124 i'm jay phillips on komo news hey good morning everybody well here's how things are shaping up for your we're going to start our day in the low 40s to the mid 40s so it's going to feel a little bit cool when you go out the door makes shared by skeptic coat and everything in the afternoon will only warm through the mid50s so that's no bargain for warming up either so what are they those days there will be showers at times as well as light chance of thunderstorms especially in the cascades we'll keep you posted on that in the meantime have a great day in the komo weather center i'm steve pool most of us can't possibly imagine the mental trauma survivors of the las vegas massacre will now have to deal with caitlyn roy develops knows all too well she survived mass shooting five years ago komos herb weisbaum shares her story december fourteen 2012 the jail adam landzo walked into sandy hook elementary school in connecticut and opened fire killing twenty six students.

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