18 Burst results for "Hignett"
"hignett" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"They gave girly the money to go to zero and they got there they just ended up running into a bill belichick defense workplace call by brian florez. And that's how they lost that super bowl remember away phillips the coordinator for the rams. He held the pages thirteen points so they were right there that game and then this year. They're doing the same thing near pushing all their chips. In because like. I said you have jalen ramsey top to shutdown corner. You have the best defensive player of football and aaron donald. You have young linebackers. You have this offense now with with with three receivers hignett tight end position. You bring him out. He's ever like right now the year. Did you do make a deal like this and you keep doing what you do man. Those picks listened fifth and sixth conditional. Oh we don't know who that's gonna be. But if i get sunny michelle now and i can kind of run my team. How running it now. They super bowl. You know that's twice that they've done this and it paid off. They got to the big game. Plus it's here this year. So you wanna do this year right around. Tampa bay model capacity like tip last year but no. It's what's so interesting. Right is just you and i are sports. Fans first and foremost and the way that first round picks in both frankly the nba and nfl have become so devalued is frankly just a fascinating kind of concept to me now the nba and anybody who's ever heard me on. Any of these airwaves knows that. I love college basketball but i understand from the perspective is. It's a star driven league. It's a veteran driven sport. The players you get even at the top of the draft really are not guys that are going to contribute right away but then in the nfl. It just feels different where you can get contributors late in the first round early in the second round where you don't have to sacrifice for for for everything and so i do think you're right. I do think we're talking about a fifth six round. Pick here but you just start talking about the ways to bring in young players on cheap contracts It just it's just a. I don't want to say it's a good thing or a bad thing but it's just it is the way things are done and like you said it's like all the chips are in the middle. And then you gotta recap and then all of them are in the middle again and i do think at some point. This thing is going to blow up in their faces now. Sean mcveigh and less need. Might be gone. They might have a super bowl trophy to make it all worthwhile but at some point those guys are gonna get old at some point. Matthew stafford isn't going to be the guy that they expect him to be this year even if he's great within a year or two who knows he's obviously on the wrong side of thirty and hasn't played a lot of high leverage games. So we'll see. I just think it's so interesting. How they have gone about developing this roster developing this program and You know setting themselves up for the president future. I agree with you but also look at it from this. Since when is a team who had more overall pick what just four or five years ago has still been able to even move that guy and still be considered a contender. They're in a very very rare position. Normally of you drafted number one overall four or five years ago and you already had to get rid of that quarterback your redrafting another quarterback again. You're starting over again..
"hignett" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Aid of military helicopter as to why this otherwise polite host would leave him in such a muddy lurch as a matter of debate of course always a possibility hignett made up the whole tail after he got the company truck stuck while playing hooky from work. Some damn aliens did. I really ins. I'd come up with a store as a hell come up with this together. Being fired from elaborate learn. Yeah perhaps you assume that he'd be better off making up a patently outlander story about an alien abduction rather than fess up. Having made a mistake while traipsing into the forest where he should have been working when he should have been working. Maybe but i doubt it to begin with his employees called in sick before he decided to pack and go hunting also he was the boss and almost certainly could have concocted more reasonable falsehood if he had to lastly who in their right mind subject themselves kind of public scrutiny and ridicule than invariably follows a report of this nature this kind of stupid to add to this undeniable fact that higdon was well liked and respected by his neighbors bosses and coworkers not to mention the effort that would have been involved in creating the performance that he would have to put over on his wife and rescue team in the forest not to mention the nurses doctors police and press in the hospital and it becomes clear that this working class wyoming man was either one.
"hignett" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Mess brandon. Cincinnati says salute to you my fellow ohio brother as we all know. Ohio truly runs boxing. But we have a history of talented guys who didn't make it. Who's the most talented fighter. You knew that didn't tell. I hit tie hignett. He asked that question because he knew i was gonna say that tie. He was the original. That's a fact is name as a part of aker just his his father was name todd senior and man. He just died early death. Bryce as acura for you to brown for making it out but and shut out to anybody who made it out. But thai junior and i would never say nothing else after that everybody else made new record a williams. Junior is a good one but he still box and he still d- made mark enough for me because i got to share a ring wooding and he won a silver medal in olympics. Out to my man or carter williams junior. That's my man slinky ricky but Thai thai another one from fred. Who says i used to watch the old videos of you and box in eagle way back in the day. Plenty of gems and knowledge was dropped back then. Fuck all these questions about other. Jews would do you envision your boxing career heading over the next three to five years after the eye surgery. Will you stick to coaching or do you plan on getting back getting some work in and building your resume much from san antonio texas. I'm dumb boxing. But i do still be spar. They have offered me to see if i wanted to a garcia camp by me being left handed. And i'm black like it would be pointless and they send it get back to me and never got back with me. So i was confused and dan. I know a lot of people in philly. 'cause i love philly the dust grade hacking all guys and he was check for me for getting some work with danny. Because i just wanted to get to work you may cause i still love boxing. Enough to wanna teach through my craft and my stunt is forty. So if you can't see me then we gotta talk about boxing on my terms because we doing it through our so. But i'm going to coach now manages teach people are. We are different time and you know took the path of a so. I'm here to teach derived true. Teach boxing but boxing. Because if you you can't have the cue of mental box and in physical box is not even question like it's firefight. Coach myers in connecticut. No excuse me. We got boston. Jared has said who wins between charlotte andrea. Why i can't say who wins. But i can tell you why fight has been taking so long ago on because if they have a forget yard on say like wins Because i would like to give both men a fair shot by proven a skew But i feel like andrei on over. It was already a better amateur than them because he was an olympia. And he's already was a multiple world champion before you know it got to this status so you know. Is this a game with you. Know some people need more ring times people. I mean those things like that. Some people peak faster on wednesday time to fight. Go fight baskin for for a long time. Because i feel like he felt like his skill. Set to also there's But it's just left to be seeing. You know what i mean. 'cause charleoi man. I do film studies on my channel troy tila taking mccain. And he he doing on the stuff. I'll be talking about. He be hooking off the jazz. He jabeen he got decent technical defense. Besley slipping jab going backwards. He he got a counter right hands. He's he's busy. Like i thought beating and then i did a film study on it and when you do the film studies i'll call out everything they doing at once. I'm calling it out. I have to be fair because call out every day so called. The charles is literally looking do but did go to atlanta straight left and snap his head back then just conference charles standing tall charles. Just come from china hope. I'm not a hater. You stand tall and box bucks knees it telling these countries you land. We'll go from stumbles and then getting up to them going to sleep. I've got a knock people out just looked me up. I'll put people to sleeper and when you hit somebody they go to sleep. It feel like you just go to air and also like nothing but if you stand tall very or moves you oughta go drop down then parchinar only a second. You already got the imposition gone. That's that's how you get it. You can't be wasting time on tense upper nothing. That's why meteors andrei already below and been in his knees and that's going to be awkward. A spar damages hundred he awkward and ca- punch elisa's into our next one of coach. Miser says ness on andre. Can you educate and s on. How good andrei is. It's not that. I don't think he's good. I know he's good. He beat thurman twice amateurs. I know he's good but Necessary he's coast what he said what he say not saying tries trash me not goods. We want you to be kinda. Yeah may cause like is is everybody. Got this height behind them. But like do you remember who we got..
"hignett" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"Advertise prices. And if you're donating donors choose your. You're getting a tax. Write off for the amount that you donate but use the little area that says you know notes to seller or notes with your donation and say. Hey tiffany bond wouldn't take my money. She asked to invest in the community. And so i found your business or expand your charity and this is a great cause Let's let's let's change. How look at politics and so. I did a lot of investigation before. I went into that because i didn't want to feel like buying votes so it needed to be that market rate arm's length transaction It's it's really the essentially the same as being at a grocery store. Checkout and gossiping what the clerk right and saying. Oh my gosh have you. Have you seen that. Jodi the street as running for bear in. Here's what i like or don't like about him. I of course people stamp beat naturally. Everybody does but you should And so we did that. We didn't areas instead fundraising. We started in twenty seventeen. Twenty eighteen may ballot. I spent less than eight hundred dollars of my own money campaigning Most of that was just posted and gas. And i got five point. Seven percent of the vote because we had trish voting. It was very close election which reaches footing ended up flipping the race. And i'm sure the democrats strategist would not agree with this message. But they also have the communication with voters that i did so i can tell you with a pretty high confidence level that's what flips the election. Away from a republican who really bothering. I didn't care for that republican. I didn't think you should be in office. I attempted in twenty twenty to run it in a statewide race. So the problem with a second. Congressional district is it's huge about three hundred and seventy five municipalities. So it was very difficult to say. Hey if you're outside of maine any want to support me in this race invest in a small business you know donate to charity but it checked the list of make. Sure it's one of these three hundred seventy five channels that that was that was a steps And i like the idea of a statewide race. And so i wanted to say. Hey you know anywhere in maine. Any small businesses anywhere in maine. Any charity made any teacher anywhere. Main go ahead and support them and give the money that you go to me. Whether it's five dollars. Five hundred dollars make sure you include the main racing hashtag and just talk about the business. Talk about what you like my philosophy. Tell the look me up. And we'll do it that way. And i really didn't care for the way that susan collins has conducted her some last couple of decades so that was a good base for me Unfortunately the pandemic hignett it suicide sidelines mma campaign. I did run through the end but it was. It was a fairly minimal impact on the race. But had we been able to apply to think you would have seen a huge change in the outcome and i think probably susan collins would have lost if it had been applied. A little bit better with the problem was we were drowned. We were drowned with millions and millions of dollars. That were wasted. And i think we'll see it right. I mean i see it happening in georgia. I've been sort of frantically. Say hey guys. Maybe don't buy ads space and if you want to tell people that you are interested in helping them. We could help them instead. I mean that two hundred million dollars in maine that that would have been life altering most of our residents. We would have had in democ where nobody had to pick between suit. And so yeah that's main raising in a sort of meandering the way twenty twenty with no time line now now when you decide to run for the senate and you were trying to get on the ballot. You ended up suing over the pandemic regulations. Would you felt like were really repressive to try to get the four thousand signatures needed to be on the ballot. Right i did. I lost the initial battle. And i actually ended up jointly Sort of squashing the The lawsuit has somebody intervened and tried to make it about them in a very awkward way than if you really are interested in you can go see the filings their Their eccentric is probably the best word documents. Lots of them. But i did new there wasn't a huge chance of success. Because here's the bottom line. Is our country. Protect those who governance and the standard that they're held to is not. Hey was this a reasonable request. It's did you go out of your way to you know murder or torture this person right. This standard or government officials are held to is incredibly low and we saw that the trump administration right. Yeah you know people would sue and they'd be like well it's probably not great governance but also it's not like tag nikola illegal or it's not really their duty and i think we see this play out in lots of areas When you see suits like i there was a lawsuit not that long ago where you it was ruled that it's not the job of the police to protect unserved despite that being the models like a ridiculous amount of police verses so Yeah it wasn't as successful as i would have liked. I think i had a pretty compelling case but i mean the standards we hold our government officials to or awful Okay so tell us watching what happened in maine. The first thing we want to know is listen here pansy politics. We stand hard for ranked choice voting. And you had ranked choice voting in the senate in the senate campaign. So how did that play out. What did you see. What did you notice. What did you learn well. So the problem is it didn't go to ray. Choice voting soon collins. Just one never even got below the fifty percent so they use it because the campaign run against her. That had the money was just that bad. I mean you actually had to try to.
"hignett" Discussed on Short Wave
"This message comes from NPR SPONSOR IBM today isn't a restart. It's a rethink. That's why businesses are partnering with IBM to Change How they work from chains to customer service. Let's put smart to work visit IBM DOT com slash think to learn more. Okay Britt Hanson Troy producer is here we're talking about why some leaves change color during the fall. So bread, who'd you talk about this? Okay. So I called to Nisha Williams she's a botanist and plant ecologist and she actually started black botanist week on twitter as a big deal and one of the things I really liked about Tunisia right away is that she's got this super open perspective on what it means to be honest to be a botanist is a person who loves plants in steadies plants in you don't have to have a scientific reader be a botanist farmer monness -ness of personnel loves houseplants is a botanist I feel so seeing. This right you and your house plants. So. What did she tell you about why leaves change color? Well, for starters it's important to note that not all trees have leaves that change color rights you're talking about the difference between Conifer and deciduous trees exactly. So conifer trees are the ones that bear cones and have those needle like leaves spruce trees, pine trees these are the Christmas tree type of trees, and in general, the leaves on these trees don't change color, right but deciduous trees have leaves that do change color. These are the trees that in general also shed their leaves every year at the end of their growing season. So think oak trees. Elm Trees Maple trees, and that's where we're going to focus today. Okay. So deciduous trees were focusing on you. Yes. So Tunisia, told me that the leaf changing process really starts with what she calls environmental cues. So these are things like the day's getting shorter and the temperature getting colder. You know kind of the same things that we notice when we start to feel like fall has arrived the trees pickup on these same kinds of cues to. So once they have these cues as like Oh wintertime is coming the falling of the lease. The changing of the colors are all in preparation for the tree. hugger down in basically hibernate in the wintertime. Then, all of this medical stuff starts to happen in the League who okay like what well actually has to do with the magic of Drum Roll? please. Photosynthesis yes. Okay. Yeah. Photosynthesis this cool process of how plants harness energy from sunlight water and carbon dioxide to make food for themselves. Yeah. Casual Plant Alchemy. Exactly. It's pretty amazing and as you may remember from biology class in order for photosynthesis to happen as a first step, a tree needs to find a way to capture the sunlight. And leaves are how that happens but to be even more specific, it's the pigments inside the leaves that do this that capture the sunlight and by pigments do you mean colors sort of? So stick with me here emily there are a handful of different pigments in each leaf. And each of these pigments absorb some light and reflects the rest of it. So the color that we see on the leaves depends on the light that each of the pigments is reflecting So let's start with the color green. So the reason why we see all of this green color in the leaves is because of the pigment known as chlorophyll in. That is what we see during the summer and spring months because there's a lot sunlight. So basically, the more sunlight, there is the more green leafy. Yes. Because of chlorophyll, the green pigment in the leaf, and this is the pigment that's the most responsible for kick-starting that process photosynthesis. But that starts the change once those environmental cues that we already talked about seven. Yeah I. Love. The word cues because reminds me of stage actors being cute costume change rights like the leaves are it's my turn to transform but in this case it's less daylight and colder temperatures exactly. So as the tree starts to get ready for winter and the chlorophyll has stopped showing off this, you know sort of green show we can start to see another pigment Keratin rotten Lloyd's or where we're GONNA get that yellow and orange color. Pigment starts to break down. We see this yellow in orange color. Okay. So chlorophyll equals green leaves and Keratin. Lloyd's equals yellow and orange leaves. Yes and for some trees right here this is where the color stop. But for others to Nisha says, there's one more pigment to go. Then we can get into the red color. So not every trees you give you that red color in the red color is produced by Hignett's call in the signs. Okay. So read. For anthocyanins got it but what do the changing colors mean about the tree? Yes. So one thing that Tunisia pointed out is that sort of in the background of this whole process while the leaves are changing color, the trees also entering what she calls hibernation mode. So slowing down the flow of nutrients out to limbs, basically hunkering down to conserve energy so it can make it through the winter. The sounds like what I do? Exactly. I will not move from this couch. No, one can make you know. So after a leaf has cycled through its pigments, it starts to run out of energy in it starts to die off, and also it starts to weaken the stem rate there. So when and as we're walking through lease where And things like that to drop the lease autry. I had no idea so much going on inside each leaf this this succession from green to yellow and orange maybe a red grand finale. It's kind of like each segment. Really it's kind of like each pigment is taking its last bow on center stage before the winter. Yes it's an amazing show. And you know when I was talking with Tunisia Emily I kind of realized like when I take my afternoon walk through my neighborhood I haven't really been appreciating how hard believes are working you know for this amazing production once you start learning about them then you're your latest changes you see a world different rate yeah is awesome. I love seeing the world barrier is bread. This is this is really beautiful. Thanks for making my afternoon walks a little more interesting. You know we should think Tunisia, but it's absolutely my pleasure Okay. So before we go. Read a little bit of Listener Mail. Why don't you start? Ra. Okay. Last week was our first birthday emily. How does it feel to be one? Honestly it feels like I. Don't have an excuse to not know things anymore. I have to be kind of responsible now..
"hignett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Nevertheless, instead, it is on the corporation on one million a father hygienic. I think Brooklyn's on the notorious crimes have been committed them against them by Armenia, but his Afghan army inside all the city of the engaging the negotiation process they're dragging on prolonging the negotiation for the on purpose. And look at our meeting, Prime minister said. That wouldn't cut it because Armenia Armenian security minister States that no inch of character of other potential back well in exactly in exactly the same way in exactly the same way as Armenia is talking about Nagorno Cara back being Armenian, your president, president Olive has said Carol Bock is as of Azerbaijan. Legally. Historically, my president didn't say and it's home. You know, another boy entered United Nations, other origin and certainly a parable as part ofthe it. Snow country is authorized. To commit acts of aggression against another country, then save it. It's my territory. I'm sorry. This is a second vote. In our scenario. One Hitler came and occupied European powers, then set about its mind. This conflict has the potential to tip into a full scale war. Is there any appetite in Azerbaijan for a full scale war? A full scale war by Armenia is cancer against also by John for 30 years on, But so you know exactly what I'm talking about. I'm not talking about small skirmishes. I'm talking about the possibility that tens of thousands of people could die as happened in the 19 nineties. Actually, I mean, it's also question but it's also an Armenian side. Also let majors to find an answer for this question. Who will provide safety and security of other vagina? Civilians yesterday, Army and armed forces without a little attack? Killed five members of one family, including two kids were taking countermeasures to stop Armenians. Provocations, attacks against other vaginas civilians on also to enforce the peace. Would you say a. Yes or no answer to the question? Whether there is an appetite inside Azerbaijan for this conflict to be escalated in the way that it appears to be now? First of all other virgins doesn't have an appetite for the war. It is a little bit ah, incorrect metaphor. I say what the other agent is doing? We're doing gonna legally other virgin is whatever doing isn't our sovereign territory. Within the international law, including Under international law, We are obliged as a country and government to provide security and safety off other agenda. Civilians also guarantee territorial integrity of my country. Back in July, Russia was still the biggest arms supplier for Azerbaijan. Is that still the case? John has a multiple defense partners. For technical defense partners, You know where defense and Nutri accusations were packed, living with many countries, including with Russia, including with Israel and golden with Turkey, But you will be acutely aware that when external countries express on interest in supporting smaller countries that there is a regional issue at play, are you concerned at all? That you will just find yourself a cz being part of a proxy war. We are not any kind of proxy girl. What is that? The Virgin is saying it's actually written in the international low because the region is asking for the justice. The Virgin is asking for the implementation of the principles ofthe international law, occupation must end against other vagina, people. It was Hignett Haji if he is the head of the foreign policy Affairs Department of the Presidential Administration off Azerbaijan on DH, there is AH great deal of background on the conflict over Nagorno Cara Back on our website. What's behind the conflict? There are features that take you back to thie earlier conflict in July and also the bigger Conflict back in the 19 nineties. BBC dot com Forward slash news You're listening to the BBC World.
"hignett" Discussed on Dog Tales
"Even go on a walk or play. A Jack seemed tired all the time. He wouldn't eat William Maynes an appointment with the local vet and the examination bro. Bad News Jack. Had eaten rat poison and it was already making his organs shutdown. Sadly it's quite common for pets. To accidentally ingest has poisons they might get into a small box was left out for vermin or catching eats a rodent right after. It vowed the toxins according to the pet poison help line. Dozens of dogs consumed poison every day. Luckily today vets have numerous treatments. That can save a dog's life but in nineteen thirty seven. All William could do was watch as Jack deteriorated. It was too late to help him. William could only do his best to make Jack comfortable before the end after several long. Painful Days Swansea. Jack closed his eyes a final time on October. Second Nineteen thirty seven. The hero dog was gone forever. It was a tragedy not only for William but for all the people of Swazi they all grown to love and rely on the hero dog. Nobody wants it to accept that he could just die especially in such a preventable way and they wanted someone to blame. Whoever had left the deadly toxins out whether Dole could find it would have to pay the Canine Defence League. Offered a twenty five pound reward for any information about how? Jack might of being exposed to the poison. That's the equivalent of roughly two thousand dollars today but nobody came forward to claim it as is often the case. When the beloved celebrity dies there was some conspiracy theories that Jack had been poisoned on purpose. It was easier to believe that some criminal mastermind had murdered Jack than that. It had all a horrible accident. Perhaps the killer was convinced the rescues fake or they didn't like the wells of attention given to a dog some of these conspiracy theories still circulate online today but it was most likely simple. Tragic accident just like falling into a river with no hard evidence. The city had no one to blame so they focused on morning instead. William Berry Jack in the garden outside his house perhaps he hopes that the dogs spirits would linger in the neighborhood keeping watch over dockworkers and swimmers on their way to the water. But the people of Swazi wouldn't stand for that. A newspaper campaign called for a more public grave so locals could visit him and pay their respects whenever they wanted. Thanks to an upwelling of local support on October twenty first. Jack was reburied on Swansea promenade. But even that owner wasn't enough. The mayor. Swansea had public memorial commissioned. It was erected over Jack's grave and dedicated nearly one year after his death on Saturday October. First Nineteen thirty eight. The memorial was the first of many changes in Swazi in the late twentieth century. North talk was paved over in favor of shopping facility. The people of Swansea don't need Jack to save them from drowning anymore but they didn't forget about the brave dog that once walked and swam among them in fact they continue to find new ways to honor and celebrate him. A local pub was dubbed Swansea Jacks in remembrance of the brave Canin well storyteller. Carl Gov gave regular oral retailing's of Jack Story in order to preserve the traditions around the dog and that local soccer teams fans were dubbed the Swansea. Jacks although the League has never confirmed where the term comes from it's widely accepted then named after the heroic canine. In addition other dogs have followed in Jack's footsteps. The first formally trained search and rescue dogs appeared in World War. Two where brave? Canine helped search for survivors after battles today. Aquatic breeds especially Newfoundland's retrievers undergo rigorous training to learn how to pull drowning swimmers out of treacherous waters. And they learn much in the same way that Jack did water. Rescue dogs begin by familiarizing themselves with Docs votes peers and other areas near water. Then they learn to swim and rescue people and calm easy pools and eventually they graduate to more challenging situations trainer. Ellie Bedford has noted that Newfoundland's in particular a suit to rescue because of their large frames and great strength. She observed no human can do what these dogs can do. I'm a lifeguard myself and I would struggle to toe to people whereas these guys can pull in ten people at ease given how valuable water rescue dogs can be modern groups in the UK like the new found friends of Bristol. Train them to be just as brave heroic as Jack. Speaking of the new found friends of crystal in two thousand. They dubbed Swansea Jack. The dog of the century and in two thousand eight Welsh artist. Richard Hignett composed a song for Jack a musical piece performed by a choir of baying and howling dogs. The Canine Corral debuted in Swansea. That year. Swansea Jack Lives on as a local legend. If you visit Swansea today you can take a Selfie by his memorial. Join other jacks rooting for the local soccer team. And then check out any number of art exhibits honoring the Canine and it's no wonder he so widely on it. It's likely that many modern day swansea residents are descended from one of the twenty seven people. Jack pulled from the water in the nineteen thirties. In essence. Much of the town still has jack to thank their lives.
"hignett" Discussed on Hey B*tch!
"Start off with the blow job every time so there was no spontaneous sex in the middle of whatever's because I always have to reciprocate yeah he would like I'll go against leader but and then it would be him Hignett missionary and if we're feeling fucking wild like if we're feeling crazy do that night then we'll fuck doggy style and that's like wild for us and then he comes and that's it and because I'm not the type of needs to come everytime. I don't really care much. I'm Hella complicated like it's hard to yeah especially from sex. That's a misconception guys. The girls come during sex all the time. I know you need coral relation yeah so so I didn't even make him. Make me come every time so for like every twelve times he came out actually come once which is fine. I never time you say the see where I'm like every time I every time I climax so then like towards the end of our relationship when he one day. He told me he was like because he was a sneaker he's like. Should I buy these. Shoes on like now. It's not that great he goes yeah. You're right. I should be saying for the ring and instead of getting excited. I was like I can't live like this. Oh catering your future of forty years of fucking this yeah and I actually in my head was thought I thought like well. I mean after a while people start stop having sex. They knew easily. Maybe I'll be okay on my then. That's when I realized I'm like I can't do this. I can't I can't do this and then broke up with him. And then <hes> dated a guy afterwards is that is still by far the best sex overhead in my life mm-hmm yeah see that's why I think these stories are important too because someone out there listening right now might be having sex that way and they're like Oh shit. I'm doing it wrong. My girl's not pleased but to be honest. That's exactly how Stephen I have sex every time like I give him <music> a blowjob hard. We do missionary. If we're feeling well. We'll do Doggie but honestly it's the best fucking sex of my life yeah. You guys always seem happy really connect on it would have been like that because if I was to describe to you before what I thought the best sex ever was. It'd be just like Dawson all around always different position. What makes it so great is the connection coupled with the dirty talk he he like the way that I like to have sex with the thing that turns me on the most is like feeling being dominated completely inventions? I know my brother right this goofy dude just like we don't bitch like our friends for four years. Before we started dating. I never would have imagined okay. He's always kind of Nerdy to me <hes> but yeah no he's turn it on their hands down and yeah and then his dick is really good and so I think that in the end it didn't really matter the positions that we were doing and it just felt the best with him. Montopoli him doing all the work and stuff and and I like giving head in the beginning because it it makes me feel like like like I am submissive and so I wouldn't have guessed that in just different strokes for different folks foreplay warplane so important to do that I was routine with it was a four play was just like a moment you will have sex and like seeing that there is asking that you can put like the couple nights on the nightstand and it's like if you're down you just hit the button.
Explainer 162: Why does Russia want a sovereign internet?
"Itself. Rushes segment of it brunette was once virtually free of regulation for long long time from its bath in the mid nineteen ninety s to the of this decade ruined was a place of permission, Tony and almost unlimited possibilities. But since the start of ladder Putin's that Thomas president in twenty twelve it has come under increasing pressure. Posting reposting and slightly seditious information canal land you into big trouble. And indeed in jail. It's also prohibited to disrespect the forties or disseminate fake news. Just this week. For instance, an internet user in central Russia was taken to court for calling President Putin and unbelievable quit. And that's not to mention the government's continuous efforts to shut down the encrypted messaging service telegram, or it systems that also show at work should keep that data inside Russia or its ever-growing blacklist of banned websites. Clearly, the Russian authorities are not super happy with internet. Well, then they thought let's isolate roulette from the rest of the world or for the sake of cybersecurity. Of course, you think that's restrictive listen to this. That's Russian lawmaker Gillan Zilina defending the government's clampdown on the internet. What our rights they are lack of freedom. The more rights you have the less free. You are. She's also said of a recent move to introduce yoga classes, imprisons that yoga makes you gaze Reten. The so called digital sovereign to Bill has now passed through both chambers of the Russian parliament's. Ginny printing, it gives the government the power to manage all network connections inside the country and to stop it internet traffic from being routed through foreign service. But only event of an external threat that is if another country decides to disconnect Russia from the global web. This is one of the bill's authors Andre. Be digital the Khazal to. Moore's Mr. shitting, we have proven beyond all doubt that Russia can indeed plugs from the internet, and I mean by the United States, particularly. She's but even Hignett's putting his idea into practice would be quite challenge, given Russia's coun- technological and economic capabilities. In fact, most telecoms experts say that's just not possible. Also question marks over the project's costs over really have now a rough estimates, and they are really. One thing is clear though, Russia will stop it nothing to protect its borders physical virtue, and if that means restricting its people's freedoms. Oh, well, this isn't the first time, and it won't be the last for Monaco AmEx. According.
"hignett" Discussed on Make Speidi Famous Again
"Make sure hang around at the end of this podcast for the latest breaking headlines on the news minute. You know? So when we talk about Jackie, we're about Jackie Schimmel, the star of bitch bible, podcasts and sausage best friend. How did you to meet? I did our podcast. Oh for real. I like four years ago. And I was like oh be my best friend, man. My mom's I be my daughter mom's like trying to adopt starchy really shadow to your mom. She's like, she's just like us. Yeah. I totally get that vibe one hundred percent just like my mom. He, you know, if Andrew produce the Jonas brothers song is that why she the main post about probably because she's like always wrapping him like a subtle like aunt her husband like now has his own band, and I saw them perform, and I heard their song at a sushi restaurant recently. Mike Hignett be. Yeah. Hold on Jackie hold on. I know. He's she would just murder him. So there's nothing nice. Yeah. Yeah. So scary. Yeah. He's not going anywhere. He look he gives her on the couch and she's mumbling at him. When he's got his headphones on ener texts to how you don't come home for dinner. And then just it's constant just constant like thirty texts set a time. I love the people DM her and think that he doesn't like that. He knows where Jackie like is. Not like, this is a new thing will DM her like he's going to leave you. It's like pretty sure he's into this. This point. Probably called by now. And they're the most perfect couple. Like, I I remember when I was single I went with them to England. And I sat there like almost third willing it I was with another friend. But I was like oh my God. I just want someone to love the bitchy part of me the way that Andrew loves Jackson. Jackie could be the biggest C U N T. And he's just so in love with her. And it's it's Puta ful full. He didn't high school. I feel like they've been less long time. Yeah. Oh, that's enough about Jackie. But we're all huge fans. See you want to get married. Yes. I do do. I wonder if oh yes, I want to get pregnant honestly before even I mean, I'm like I'm more have like babies on the brain than I do getting married. I think I've just like turning thirty shut up and I'm preaching to the choir. I've just like I'm really excited and Heidi excise, if mom. Yeah. Wants to get pregnant today. I want another baby. Listen, I would imagine. I mean, it looks like I'm feeling it. I'm feeling it. Yeah. If I were sleeping. I definitely be pregnant for sure I haven't slept in a year and a half. But I love sleeping. Yeah. You can sleep train. And then you don't have to worry about it. Yeah. See that's the part that freaks me out the whole like lack of sleep. It's great. It doesn't have to be though. If you're fine with letting them cry for two days, then there's no show. That's all you have to do Lennon cry. Let it cry. Yeah. Leave it out there. There you go on also some babies just sleep like my friends baby to slow start sleeping, eight hours. When like how good for you? My.
"hignett" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"If you combine those with stem cells, they allow stem cells to travel throughout the body more effectively and to signal the release of what stem cells to cause to be released like cytokines or white blood cells to is that that need healing, for example, or the formation of new tissues, the differentiation of cells. And so a lot of kind of anti-aging longevity physicians are now using protocol where for anti-aging do like an IV infusion of stem cells combined affects us homes, or if you're looking at a joint, for example, you can inject with stem cells, but then also inject with X OEMs and done stem cells in isolation, also stem cells combined with excess homes, and when you combine them with excess homes they do seem to act more quickly in b. A little bit more more efficacious. So there's another form of cells called adult, pluripotent stem cells. They're also known as very small embryonic cells, and those in my opinion, just as good as going overseas and getting culture expanded stem-cell because in many cases, people going overseas to get these culture expanded cells that give billions and billions more stem cells in terms, your sim cell count compared to what you can do in the US, and the US you aren't legally allowed to modify stem cells in that manner into legal. However, you can actually and I had this procedure done recently just felt like while it made me feel like I was sixteen years old. I did like a month and a half ago may energy level might my sleep my my sexual performance. Everything seems to have improved a great deal. And what they did. This was a a company New York City a doctor named Holland Chen, C G, N, he. He took about a pint of my blood, and then stressed it overnight in a cold medium, which causes it to release a whole bunch of these very small embryonic like cells, and then the next day he infused those back into me, and then combined those with Exxon's, and that was that was like an IV infusion, and you know, to thirty minutes of when back in and that that's a very cool protocol that that's one that I think not a lot of people know about, but that especially when combined with excess homes kind of eliminates the need for you to say, you know, get get a giant nail into your into your hip, and, you know, get your own bone marrow news after the stem cells or undergo kind of a relatively uncomfortable liposuction procedure with a needle to isolate your fat cells and get the stem cells out of those. So if you can buy excess homes with with blood based himselves that you've gotten or even you know, belco or amniotic cells. I think it kind of removes a lot of the need for these. Procedures where your where your banking your own cells from from bone from fat, and he was just Hignett's VIV. Geoghegan do IV if it of joint issue, you can do joint his well. I think the problem is that a lot of doctors are still not using thermal imaging for joins me kind of injecting into near the area. Paying like you have to get really targeted with some cells in my opinion. If doc isn't using ultrasound imaging to guide the needle into an area where there actually is infusion or inflammation or scar tissue it cetera than it could be kind of a waste your time. You get target these things pretty directly into the exact area where there might be a tear or pocket of inflammation. You were with XM's as far as driving of cancer growth tumors like that or you feel that with fascinating bunch of other things you being out his yards. It's not even affected worry about in the presence of you know, it's like if you have prostate cancer, you should not use to stop strana. It can definitely cause growth of that cancer. If you have tumor, you should consider a very similar to the China study, a a mitigation of pro..
"hignett" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Whether it's interbreeding or warfare. And there's conversations in both directions. We're really good at it. I think I particularly liked it that we're just we're just the most attractive Holland's never been. And we just out we interbreeding breed out the other the other species. Could it? So so so there's been a lot of other humans that look like humans. Here's a question. If it looks like a dolphin walks like a dolphin which would be weird and in might even like a dolphin. We have no idea. It might it turns out still not be a dolphin. There isn't ancient extinct marine reptile that really does look like a dolphin. According to an international team. Researchers include scientists North Carolina university and Sweden's Lund university. It's a molecular and micro micro-structural analysis of a hundred eighty million year old THEO sore, the drastic and turns out that these marine reptiles most likely warm blooded had insulating. Blubber had no scales gave live birth and used to toned dark light coloration as camouflage from predators pretty much exactly as do modern dolphins. So this is like a. Really big example of coversion devolution, then because if you looked at the door and said gosh, it looks like has all these features in common with this is the ancestor of the modern dolphin. But apparently they are not related and these completely divergent path for the dolphin to come into existence. There's a lot of the there's a lot of the traits. However that belong to dolphin but also sharks? There's that that dark and light coloring on the top of the bottom because they're they're predators. And so their surveys that they look they look better seen from below. Right. Look with the brighter above and if you're looking down in their darker with the darker, sh yes. Right. And so that that coloring that makes sense as a very good tactic. That would be successful. But the. Interesting difference here is really the warm blooded. What you would expect to be cold blooded. How what so weird? Yeah. Discoveries. It's so fun to like, you said about convergent evolutions up close my mind. Every time we got so many more designs why we got a copy our own because they're the best one so exciting. I love this way that they were able to do this. So they've got the specimen. This was they found this in the holes maiden quarry and Germany, which apparently has given up a lot of really nice fully intact fossils, and it was so well preserved they say they could actually observe cellular layers within the skin. I this is an imaginable type of so so they then if I'd micro-structural that have Hignett's or which is how they could tell that. There was the skin differences. They found traces internal organ that they believed to be the liver, and and they did this. Where is the part where they explain what they did with the? Science. He stuff they did science. He stuff. Glove science stuff some science of put it like this. Okay. So this is why tsar she was from marriage rights or North Carolina State. Researchers and research assistant Zhang extracted soft tissues from the samples and perform multiple high-resolution immuno historic chemical analyses is quoting voice. We about a panel of antibodies that we applied to all of the samples and saw differential binding, meaning the antibodies for particular protein, like carrot or hemoglobin only bound to particular areas. This is fresher this demonstrates, the specificity of these antibodies destroying evidence that different proteins persist in different tissues. Even through the fossil record crazy. You wouldn't expect to find Carrington in liver, for example, but you would expect to find global, and that's what we saw in the. Responses of these samples different antibodies and other chemical tools that they applied to different parts of the so they could actually start to differentiate and they differentiated and through this technique. The fact that these creatures recovered in lever, which is one of those things that we see in warm blooded and not who are not able to thermally control themselves as you're talking about. This though, I'm remembering some studies that we have discussed previously where it it is questionable as to the cold blood blooded -ness of dinosaurs. Like, researchers have been finding evidence over the last several years that really suggest that no dinosaurs were not cold blooded like lizards or snakes that have to hang out on rocks. All the time to get warmer. This is evidence that the Xia sore was definitely warm blooded Thermo regulation is a hot topic right now on my mind. This is pun intended..
"hignett" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty
"Tremendous. Jurors lost a ton of New Jersey in elderly folks home in the children called sin Christian. Can you come in? We wanna talk to you about this. And I I talked to the police, and they said don't don't bother. I said we'd be they said, well, we know who did it. I I being I what I'm worked with law enforcement. They said we understand. But we know what you mean we gave a polygraph test and he failed. I I don't think I know the person who is emission person. I said he's he's innocent Kremlin using fail. The test. A month or two later, I'm invited to the home in which the jewelry was stolen and is like sixty people there. No, I'm not going to go and ask people to do steel is just you listen, go snow. Can you walk around and get a field this family, call me, and they some of them new meet through for certain reasons, and I would talk to people and say, isn't it a shame about the children to talk about things, I'm visited them for forty fifty. Almost the whole evening, by the way. Now leave and the tune Texas around Russia jet what are your children doing here? This Christian of he didn't show up. I should. Yes. I said, you know, I don't give a feeling and don't this is not a this is not a judgment don't feel as anyone they're suspicious. Of course, not. He did. Well, I got an argument with them. And I don't argue don't arguing. After fish. You'll he's innocent. At the end of that. We didn't see each other. He wasn't charged because that Evans was failing something like this is very deeply upset because he's well to five closest friends of mine light is dentist. Very good coach he's gone on now gone, whoever whoever learned that he was they founded Sola dam. Sure concern guilty except. Couple years ago, and I just hope the family three days ago. The house was being sold because the two grandparents. And be had died. Ship relating become a Alzheimer's what had died in the command the phone and said Christian guess what we climbed up on some piece it was built into one of the rooms. There was all jewelry. Obviously one of the two. Parents would also had put it there and forgotten. So the person was innocent even though he failed the polygraph tests. That's one of the reasons why it is not is not the answer to truth. Now, the other thing is a mess. About because it's the press two days. It's being huffily discussed on on the news here in the states because cabinet on so Kevin island Ford so forth is the factor of Noces. It's now been learned up two years before four years earlier that she's a psychologist was notions conference. And they were all participating as a large group, apparently too relaxed under better conditions in what have you? And the question is how legitimate is my degrees in psychology. But one of the contributions very very proud of my life on the serious seven. But he said some certain things that mean a great deal to me. Yes. Late nineteen eighties. I was tried by a jury trial. There's no trial like that in the head of parliament one. When one day brought my name up in a moment. Anyway, he said, you know, if this is all there is hypnosis as Christian says forget about a law. Regarding hypnosis good. Let's clean up the streets. And what have you and this was about five years pleased, the brought my name. But anyway, I was hypnotised amid list Hignett's surly my career had an office for eight years with Michael psychologist, Dr Hanson because he was he said I could help from this patience the last year with my sin. Harold something stinks about two signals. He says you look better than us medical experts. I've seen even on stage with in my said somebody's fishy about this. I can get results with them with our white awake. This gentleman who's afraid of crowns, and the person was afraid I gone different. I used to see about thirty MS patients a week. And I wanna see what I can do. I didn't put a person to trance will now..
"hignett" Discussed on After The Fact
"High artistic excellence in ambition im-. Nation and courage creativity. Requires courage, what was happening now is we have generous patrons who support the arts because they know they're important. But why why do they do that? So why do they do it? I think there are a variety of reasons, I think in terms of philanthropic institutional patronage because there is a sense that this is important for a community to have a vibrant cultural life art inspires us. Educates us in entertains us. It lifts us up. It shows us our stories it reflects a society at hold up a mirror to our various narratives. Are it? Memorialize is our cultural legacies. Good art does challenge us in some way, challenges are ideas. It shows us things that we thought we knew, but it shows it to us in a different way. Perhaps it opens our minds it it allows us to empathize with experiences. We don't have. Wouldn't necessarily have had. It's a very important thing in any society. And I think that philanthropies recognize that have recognized that I think there are individuals who also recognized that in are also in love with art and artists. I mean, you know, they just can't get enough of it. And then there are some people who do it for investment, they think of it as a good investment. And if you look at certainly visual art market over the last few years that can be extremely lucrative investment. But most of the really I would say. Good patrons, do it because they really believe in what artists can do and the importance of furthering that kind of creative expression in this episode. We're having an extended conversation with Jennifer Higdon, the composer who has had great acclaim in the last decade. Probably was there. Yeah. One of the most prolific contemporary composers early in her career, the Pugh center named her and arts fellow and she has talked about what that meant for her creatively. Talk to us about that process. And how artists need time. Well, you can't just sit down and say okay today for ten minutes going to be creative. And then I'm going to go wash the dishes, and then I'm going to go do the grocery shopping. And then I'm going to take kids from school sustained creativity. Requires time. Yeah, time sometimes that time can be you know, it looks like you're doing nothing or I or you're just walking. Along the street or you're just sitting quietly in a room of one's own to quote for Genucel. But it's one of the things that we thought was so important with our fellowship program. Was that the honorarium be large enough that it would give the artists the gift of time patrons? You're you're saying moment ago are going to look for what's distinctive what advances art what what's fresh about something. So certainly Jennifer Hignett one who's been the beneficiary of of those sorts of patrons and now commissions. What was it about her early on that she showed that showed such promise? That's an excellent question because I think it was evident from early on that she had this great kind of formal control this virtuosity. If you will and it could run in a really exp- almost experimental direction. But it never got frozen. In that. There was always this sense of emotionality of feeling. So that the work was both technically really good and emotionally accessible you felt. This city. Philadelphia is extremely vibrant right now. It's a great place for individual artists to to live and work. It's an affordable city still affordable, but we have such diversity of artistic practices types here..
"hignett" Discussed on Inside the Cave
"Our straying CB actually really noble say end you never heard. That's right. You know CFM's. I'm not real good at acronyms, man, I just. We just we just got talking about Martin g e gotta draw. So you got a new that one, that one, I knew that one. All right. This is very important. I want all inside the cave listeners, especially the women know what this CF EMS are called. Come fuck me shoes. Yes, come fuck me shoes. I we're starting to show off right now ladies. You have to get yourself some c. f. m.'s now we're not just talking about basic high heels. We're not just talking about a four inch pump or anything like this. E of 'em's are certain type of shoe that screams come. Fuck me ladies. You have to have a paler eighty five. A kitten hail might say that shit. Seriously. Gotta get you come by, say, shit. You got to have conflict in the come. Fuck me shoes. The come. Fuck me. Shoes are not really made for wearing not really made for walking. I should say, all you need to head them on there used to as a grip for men. If he's in what? What? What position would you say we we will use that you'd be need? Grab that he'll their belly, you know, the positions better than what position would that be? I'm gonna go with the all of the above. Okay. Yeah, that's true. Yes. True. So yes, ladies says, if you haven't learned anything else in the first ten minutes inside the kid get you a pair of come. Fuck me shoes now can't do you have any come fuck me shoes and in your closet. I hope you do. Actually don't meet those because I have a giant. I just have a giant. Get flip flops in about it needs. The culture cat is for the culture. You gotta get them for the culture. Because if she make with. Right? You still Hignett. So it really. No matter. Book shoes. You want me dog gotta get a conflict shoes right dog. Not. Trying to think really like a position position. Fucking or something like what bring weapons into the. Oh, that's true. That's not a whole bunch of positions where you can just grab that shoe, and then you could actually use like a steering wheel and just like just yourself return yourself. Oh, yeah. You gotta get to come up shoes. Like you need. The UK problem. If you've gotta have extra stuff which you that sound like you're coming with the deficiency visual, even. Yeah. Come rolling. You tell me you're going to come from shoot. If they've come fuck me shoes, wasn't that important strip is wouldn't wear. Right. They actually they actually wear. I mean, but heels are kinda like make up for the lades you know, like. In her natural state. 'cause if she's got heels on may look like she's thicker or she something else. She take him off when she got candles like you should definitely check him out or, you know, I'm sorry, can't take via logo maker. There's no way for. I don't care how sexy hill is. You can't hide chemicals. I'm sorry. Still fucking can't go. Strippers Amisi spirits. If you've got. In some cracks. If you know what you. Absolutely you just gonna look like trailer, trash. That's. All right. Let's get into this news room has been reality with cats. With cat on inside the cave, knowing. Ever video sore himself in the Oval Office with Alania Trump White House is now calling for van TI's music as if anybody in the White House listening to you Philip up TI new was music video. What was it for both? What was that. Dr. Kind of like just the promotion that same lake. I like the main the end was I kinda gay. We told Trump, I ain't roller. How'd you feel about that? I know you don't care about politics. Would you think. I think it was stupid..
"hignett" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"Owen welcome once again to the angel chronicles, we're back. Turn ity am filling when he has always out at will. Oh, the league later. It's ironic that we're recording this. This. Over the hill, actresses. Yes. Title one episode seventeen. What. I'm sorry. Difference on tips. Ask physics. I know same difference, famous people patent of salon. You can't sell t e removes nowadays. Exactly. But yeah, I mean, I kinda get the title it's already but wanted the eternal been better kazaa. She wanted to be eternal. Well, I know with a lot of the translations like Germany's death is forever young. Anyway, I'll what a good episode, but if the BT and I'm always perplexed. On those are normal people like him on the near in like. Of directors Tracey stern in our Kimball. We don't see Hawaii. I'm not to outlaw fli eager to symbol again, but yes, who's a good episode by the BT's for sure. Yeah, I agree. I mean, it is a really good episode. I thought an, but yeah, it is kind of a fill in too. I think his, I think we said this last week to their prime ramping up for the end of the season that bad, that fat is words Keach in doesn't stop enough poppy comes in for another race to the end via. This is a leftover script. I remember late listening to the commentary, not this tower, but couple couple of rounds ago in this is a leftover story that they more wanted to tell during the Doyle time where it was more United stuff on the floating. They wanted to be that hard boiled Neo Noir. Classic astronauts on the telling, you know, coming to Alton her career Email, the Asian it by pulling seems again. But back in early twenties and thirties, known for doing stuff. I mean, I could see that being in the beginning of this season, all those listening was that grapple gun. Yeah. And they that they have a done this earlier. It would have been more about the victim, but now that were they found their footing. It's definitely more character driven instead by being that crime of the week counted show is all about angel in, you know, by his bliss invasive with is episodes about her, keep rule new group. Oh, hey talkers. Oh, I'm not you, but I will style. I'm sorry. So. Yeah, let me find it yet. And so it was actually Jasper decided that he wanted to add element of angel bad. Any says, this is the perfect time in this season to do it because we have higher states. In what else in in about the criticism about out angel, went bad, did he really go bad in the drug as a device? You know, the points convenient. Because it doesn't necessarily mean that specs is bad. It's actually when he's. At all fun fact, Rebecca vol- was in the same mansion relating got us poker face music video show. Even though it was like eight years later, still I noticed it. It was a cool thing. So, yeah, I'm getting us Hignett's early. 'cause has something to us. I'm sorry at thought that it was really funny because the play that credential is doing at the beginning of soda is a doll's house. It's a Hennard then and she is playing more Helmer the, you know. In that scene shown is actually from the first act like actual play. Not that that was really cool. What else? I love that they aim drop all three actors that have plagued Dracula. So Gary Oldman David in nineteen eighty two Brown's soaker Dracula and then lingua in nine Dracula and of course those Jacqueline nineteen. Yeah. I mean, we really make references to Dracula. So I think that's Unical not cools about the episode about Dracula but close. Oh, absolutely. Unit drop, which I wasn't expecting, or Rebecca says, listen to me court little rich girl. I was like. We don't like roads. Sorry, I'm back five-year-old emergency. What we talking about. I just went ahead did some of my favorite miscellaneous stuff as after about the drought on Titanic, where she says for a little fun fact pick you up the nation that the actress lives in actually from lady Gaga's poker face. Oh, cool. So, yeah, just talking about that stuff than than the Dracula name drops for actors. I definitely your own is a vampire by the way him Camrys have Coppins together. I'm pretty sure..
"hignett" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"They sound sounds like trying to be kind of superior to others, but that really wasn't the reason he was doing it. But you know, in when British Academy rod racing in Italy, he was like, look, we're not going to be holding onto cars and doing what the Italian amateur riders are doing. Because when you get into the big races, you're not going to be able to do that job is to become a professional rider, not just get a contract. I think he, he dented that very early on. And when you look at the graduates from that, you know the the early intake, Mark commission going. Thomas are contemporaries of of one another and have had careers a very, very high level for a decade. And a lot of that is down to the work that rod ending west did, but he is not. He. I mean. I have no grounds for this whatsoever. It would not surprise me if Rodwell offered an NBA if he said, I'm done need. One of those, don't I. I don't know. That's just the kind of character strikes miss. And I think we'll see quite a few of his proteges become good coaches, the first of those Bram ear and who's just retired as a Pru and he's become a an insurance coach for British cycling. And I think I think we'll see that happen quite a lo- quite what these guys will will turn into good coaches. And I mean, it wasn't for everybody has system you item blind famously didn't. It didn't work out for him. He didn't like the the structure of he didn't like the, you know, they were. They were taught French and they had to sit in sit in a classroom and learn stuff as well as just riding their bikes and not everybody like that. So it wasn't for everybody, but those who, who, who, who you know, for whom at work and who committed to it did seem to benefit from it. Morning guys, Richard Hignett from Sonny. Sorry, hair. Keep up the good work, really enjoying the podcast new to it this year, but loving every minute of it. I'm of a greedy. Question two parter..
"hignett" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
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