17 Burst results for "Jay Miller"
"jay miller" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"Thanks go out to the producer and the director, and they literally list eight free single person who was involved in making, and he's never that one person that's maybe a team of four to ten, the twenty people, and then even the people who are doing the socialist fast don't worry about I have to be the best of everything starts more work up. Don't look at the file like. Don't lose like a pick your favorite musical autists don't don't look at the final that the most recent album or whatever ago. Wow. I want to go from zero to that because you can't you've got to go. You gotTa rewind fat to his and watch them at talent shows and see them being really bad. Well, they do. But then maybe they've recorded it and listen back to. Any change this these changed that and those tiny incremental changes of made them into the person they all today is not I was born with some ability. Awesome talent awesome scale. It's this. I've slowly made better. They may have been boat that they may have been built with the May be built may being born with some kind of scale talent in. But they improved on no one wakes up one morning is just able to speak another language. I mean. Okay. So there are some neurological issues that can lead to that. But no, he's just wakes up and goes right today I'm going to learn Mandarin Chinese and then they do it right? No. One's going to wake up and go I'm going to be the best podcast Arava no one's GonNa wake up and go I am the best developer of and just do it because it doesn't work like that. And so slowly building towards it his way you WanNa be that's what I think. Anyway. By allowing yourself to get better is the important of allowing yourself to not be as good as maybe you think you want to. Recognizing that and looking for ways to improve I. think that's that's the important thing. Definitely I mean I I couldn't say it any better. I mean I said in about five million words and used about twelve examples. The I'm show that a bunch of people could yeah. Right in Atlanta's now how many examples issues? Just just start that's the thing just start. The. I think it. It's one of those things I like. A habit is a thing that you. You do unconsciously a routine is a thing that you do..
"jay miller" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"But then that puts me in a worrisome pre position where I'm thinking I expecting this from someone on my my behaving in a way that would make them upset because I'm expecting them to behave this way. Oh, I am in full saying. This ability and ability this this this language, these these behaviors, these expectations on people. I think we just solved systemic racism in inclusivity problems in tech. Didn't we? No? No not at all. Yeah. Of course, it's always going to be an uphill battle until one day no longer is but. I think that at the end of the day. At. least giving the effort. And truly giving the effort. The I think that's the thing is like don't don't say Oh, well, I'm trying it's like, no, no, no, no no. What are you doing to try? Let's. Let's let's really examine that because I think that until it is really examined. You can't say that you're trying it's like Oh. Yeah. No I'm not racist and it's like, okay. Well, yeah not being racist sometimes isn't enough but again I I don't think that. We can we can discuss wind forms and configure files and all of those other wonderful dot net `ISMs. And also solve the tech. Inclusivity problem in one podcast episode. It's the way. The way that I always say it is it's for people who are wastewater mutter that I am to to figure out and that's not me training sound bigoted. That's that's me saying I am going to help out whatever way I can. and I will try and present any ideas that I have. It's it's because I know that I'm from that that background of. having that privilege I, comment I feel like I. I feel like I can be involved in the conversation and I can vote in the supporting of the ideas that the. actioning those ideas but I can't stand errands out will eat. This group of people who are represented by this thing need to behave like this on need to be tokes doing this way that I got that I'm not unless I'm in that group and even then that's my opinion is one I'm with a group that's not. The group as a collective group of people. That's one person. Right? So I I can't. I feel like I can't be involved in that. Let's change this. Let's change. For the people want to tell me, you got to change this. Okay. Let's change this then. That's absolutely. Sure. At least that's how i. feel about it right of. It. For me IT'S A it's a very hairy and scary situation although it shouldn't be right. He shouldn't be as scary situation but I feel like it can be for people from maybe my background on my experience but. So one of the things that we've we've won it's talk about in our little in a planning notes. Is. We did want to talk about how to break into the scene. Would you? Let's talk about that? Oh escape over that one for now how do you feel no, because I could see your guilt custody you say on the on the nuts oh no, no no let's. Let's jump into it so. And funny enough when we talk about breaking into the scene Spoiler alert for those that don't know of my back story I am. By Trade A. Marketer. Like. My report to a marketing department in my my day job and I. Often use code to. Either automate processes or..
"jay miller" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"And have to buy a new one by new filter to make sure the gasoline going into his kind of Nice and clean because otherwise it all gets clogged up any breaks right? Who who do you understand more abundantly stands there and talk for twenty minutes while Bosnia says the this is a problem. This is what we ought to do. An, even with that we. Interesting. Enough. We call these disability kind of like part of the soft skill set. and. It's so frustrating, I, we should not call it soft. I think Lee wrote in the notes like it's harder than programming. Programming has a defined. Set. Like you said, it has a defined terminology it has A. Consistency to it. That makes it relatively easy. To. Accomplish, once you've learned. However. Communication. Is Very. Fluid. I mean the type of conversation, the type of empathy and compassion that you need to show someone can vary based on. The effects, the things that have happened to that person whether it be that morning whether it be. Through hundreds of years of systemic racism or exclusivity. there. Is A lot. That goes to Halley convey information how we communicate to one another and a lot of that is coming to light now with the conversation of removing phrases like master and slave or blacklist white list and. There's there's a lot that goes into. That discussion of why it's important. And what I've often seen is To the people that don't feel like it's that important. It's it's. Almost. It's almost as if they're if they see it as a waste of time. where? What really happens is it creates a position of comfort. For another for someone else and like I said what what we've talked about now is being comfortable in the thing that you're doing that that is the key to in my opinion, the key to product took productive development is a level of comfort. So if for some person, it doesn't matter and for the other person if it makes them an inkling more comfortable, would that not be a better solution than to once again, right a thousand lines of code to shave off one millisecond in production. You kinda caught me Jay I. Now I yeah I. Agree. The end of the day, it's all about. Shipping..
"jay miller" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"Maybe if a fill in documental, take a test or something new, whatever it is whatever task has been given to if I have a little bit of context to save. How it will. Help everyone achieve whatever they're trying to achieve. That helps me to approach the task in I feel like I I the task in a slightly different way like A. An example might be. I need you to create a component for a few allows you to simulate Items traveling left to right an item traveling top to bottom. So imagine it's just drawing a great on screen, right? You might think will okay fair enough I'll go make that. But then when I, you actually what I staying is representing the whooping and wafting all of a of a we've that his building some kind of fabric or taking some some raw materials making like a rogue call something. That gives you a little context issue why it's useful to that person and then the. Make a design decisions that may be will help us now when they using it while another personnel when they're integrating into a system or reading data from it toll, showing it on screen right because. Let's say that you're doing this warping wafting and you have to help design some kind of patent. And Joe, you're you're helping someone who has color blindness and you don't know there is a whopping left-wing. You just know his draw a line that goes left to right and draw a line that goes talked about. You may do that with a black background and a white line on a white background in a black black-eyed. But That might not be useful to US news using it. So, I always feel that yeah getting some extra context in a task. Is Always really useful and I think that's the. One of the things that we we have. To give give at Benova inside baseball I believe is the top. We've planned a whole bunch of topics at one of those topics is yeah. being able to talk about the problem beyond whatever. equipment. You're using We use the phrase tech stack in our announcement we were planning this but let's say you are an engineer and you're building a bridge somebody's hasty. Why is it going to take three days? Well, okay. He reason why right? I need these tools, these frameworks, these this help I don't know by building bridges with another you can tell. But yeah being able to talk outside of your on expertise right if you take your car into the mechanic and they start throwing lows of jogging around, you're just GonNa like. Go Yep. Absolutely. That's a lot of jogging. I can totally understand why it's GONNA. Take that much that much money to fix my whereas if the mechanics they steal. Okay. So here's the deal. Okay. Your engines broke..
"jay miller" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"And you have to write eight, and now maintain another thousand lines of code to shave off one millisecond on that brick printing. Is it worth it? They think about that is, is it worth it is it is maintaining another thousand lines of code shave off millisecond worth it and I think that that's That's the frustration that a lot of people in general face when it comes to how can I be more productive I'm an analog productivity person in terms of like managing my tasks or whatever. So for me, everything starts in a notebook ends in a notebook and. Win I'm you know people are like oh? You know there's this app there's this tool. There's this thing. There's that thing trust me I have an account for all of the things. I mean I'm productivity person by profession like. Even. Do Productivity Coaching for for developers. On, the side when people ask of it so it's one of those things that I I know of all of the different tips and tricks and hacks and things like that. But. Feeling comfortable in my system trusting my system understanding that my system is going to work in my opinion is more valuable. Than being able to say that I'm on I'm using this. APP and it's given me the the Wabi Sabi that I need to feel comfortable or to fill most productive in my day to day. When what I'm really doing is I'm fighting against myself to retain information to be able to retrieve information and to be able to. Lead the goal of productivity to accomplish more. Sure. I mean I recently have become a convert to analog. Productivity tips I do have. Tablet that a lot of people I. Now, in meet space I guess people I know in real life can I get upset with me 'cause I'm like, Hey, this is amazing and I'm always telling him. Because I use it literally every day I used to write out my to do list on that promotes that it's bigger than the size of a paper and That means that my to do list is massive and you know I have grand lines on this to the smallest credit. Possible. So I ended up with it to do this for each day as like two hundred tasks on them, and that's no good. So what I do these days, I was telling you Jaybird, I'm going to tell us in this anyway, get a piece of paper folded enough and I'm going to show to the camera. I know that people who are listening here have a to do list that as maybe. Ten items per day on it..
"jay miller" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"Productive with Jay Miller. In this episode I spoke with Jay about what productivity can mean two different people have different backgrounds and in different technologies. So let's sit back open up its own mental typing dot net new podcast. Let the show begin. So. Thank you ever so much Jay taking some time out of your morning my afternoon to talk with me. I've already said that and we've already joked that that that's what I would say because for those J. helps at all the transcriptions does a piece of software that he wrote that we used for transcription. So thank you but yeah, thank you for taking time. It's super early in the morning for you really appreciate that because it's it's not very easy to get up and go on to talk to that Jamie this morning and his gray and I don't want to talk to him because everybody feels our. Never Man. You know it's as much as we talk I feel like. Me Not talking to you on. A. Regular basis at least not if not through voice through text just feel weird. I I think we've talked talked every day for like a year. So that means just a normal day except for it's normally my day off. So yeah, you're welcome Jamie. You're welcome. Thank you very much. Realize the Friday off it I. Guess I'd have said, why don't we do later on but? Okay that's fine. It's a holiday which means it's a work day for for the other side of of what I do, which I think is probably what we're going to talk a lot about. Show show. Yeah it's the. So for the people who listening a lot of time machine at what did I call it before time cast about machine whibley going on. We're recording at the beginning of the Independence Day weekend. So Happy Independence Day. which I don't know I feel like I should feel weird about that. and talking to an American on the eve of Independence Day but I don't like whatever did. See that's a requirement in America is you have to call a British person you know and go. We're number. One I'm getting to by all of my friends in the UK. We're we're definitely not number one. I was just going to say we're independent Maha than you could slammed the phone down but. It's up to hear really where they want to do that but they go. Excellent. Okay. So we've talked a little bit about. The fact that you joining me this morning, but we haven't really talked about. Can of who you are. I don't wish that does sound horrible or anything, but Could you maybe introduce yourself to the listeners because this one's going to be a bit of a different conversation to what we usually have. I think. Absolutely. So Yeah my name is Jay Miller. A. Python. Developer which is. Going to be interesting because the only thing I know about dot net and dot net corner and. All of that stuff is what? I've learned through transcribing these podcast episodes so. Yeah I use python a lot to do marketing for..
"jay miller" Discussed on WTOP
"Dot com here is Dmitri's the latest for you now about the corona virus outbreak in our area stay at home orders are now in effect in Maryland and Virginia in DC the stay at home order takes effect just after midnight specifically twelve oh one AM Wednesday April first so we have five hours or so for the latest on that we turn to WTOP's Meghan Carty to start our team coverage DC mayor Muriel Bowser says unless the travel is essential to get medical care get supplies or perform essential work the state home order isn't new to be clear there's no real difference between the directions we have already given residents to stay home meanwhile the district is releasing seventy percent of its personal protective equipment supplies it's been able to procure for city health care providers assistant deputy city administrator Jay Miller will continue to do everything we can to make sure that our health providers and our first responders are sinful pulleys are well equipped for the mission Meghan clarity WTOP news meantime we're learning more about how Maryland stay at home order will be enforced by state police Maryland state police troopers will not stop drivers simply to ask where they're going to determine if their travel is essential but if troopers find out that a driver's trip east nonessential during a normal traffic stopper crash investigation enforcement action could be taken Maryland drivers do not need to have documentation about why they are traveling but police say it might help to resolve some questions troopers will continue to take action when they see a group of more than ten people Deborah Feinstein WTOP news WTOP is getting a lot of emails from people confused about what's allowed under the stay at home orders can you for example go pick up plants and seed to put in your garden or yard under Maryland's executive order greenhouses and nurseries are essential and Virginia classifies lawn and garden.
"jay miller" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Never really swing with Jay Miller's in town, and he shot something for the TV show where where we're working on. And we wrapped at like two thirty in the morning, and then he was like we're going out for drinking. I was like we're gonna get tomorrow. Like, some guys don't mind like I ended up going, and it was really really fun. And it wasn't like we got fucked up. We had like a drink like gentlemen, but like cool, gentlemen. But like there's some people that just love it. And I bet it was the same with music. There's some people that like wanted to be at the club. They watched the other people play. They're always using. It's like they become part of their instrument. It's literally it takes your soul, man. Yeah. Like when I was like heavy is. I just want to agree so hard with that that story of like selling your soul to the devil to play the fiddle. Real good. I'm like, yeah. They talking about like your entire focus your your life. Right. It's and it's funny. I left I remember when I was leaving jazz. Right. It was just the thing where I was. I was in in jazz heavy, and it was like a thing where like my schedule was like eighty and the ninety am was a private lesson nine to ten was ear training. Then I had a brace that just like play a note, and you go they would just play under stuff. And you gotta like right out. You try to do stuff by air. No, just learn dance. Yeah. You just gotta recognize stuff by ear, and it just helps train your ear. To be better at like, which helps a lot for jazz. Because at a certain point you just have to be able to hear stuff in your head. And just be playing exactly what you're feeling. All right. You know? That's so interesting when you're like excuse me, find you a little 'insider jazz. No, people listening might not follow what we're about to say. But if you like trading fours, or whatever and someone plays something you literally have to play, and they might be playing, you know, it's a string instrument and a winning. You're just going off your ear. Of course. It's not as hard as it. Maybe seems to someone like me, but you are just playing what you're hearing in your head. And then but that is hard though. That's right. Like it takes forever to get to that. Right. And it's just like I remember like right when I left was right. When it started to kinda all fall into place because at a certain point you start to look at it as like math right instead of me like you hear a note. And like this is a the, and this is an effort, whatever you're like, oh that's a perfect fourth and you can hear that in your head. This is a a night and all that stuff. And once you hear that bully right now. I think I gave us the wrong pills starts, become math. It starts to become mad. So you don't have to like when you have to transpose all like, you're with a singer. And normally you played a song in and g and she's like, I'm kind of sick today..
"jay miller" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"While you. May be seeing some more traffic backups on your way out to the state fair. Showers, on radar at seventy two now partly cloudy slight chance of storms at. Eighty four this afternoon I'm Jay Miller here's what's trending at six thirty one we'll not only is the Indiana state fair going, on now but also work to fix a. Water main along a major road going in and out, of the fairgrounds and, that may be slow you down if you're heading to the fair. Nab bear yeah you gotta c. j. this is for both commuters and fair goers, alike water main work is going to continue through Friday afternoon on phone creek Parkway at keystone avenue right there. At the state fairgrounds we're going to give you all the details we'll give. You re routes and some other parking options courtesy of the idiots state fair coming up from the WIBC traffic center at WIBC, traffic a, man is dead after he was shot by officers that's from Monroe county sheriff Brad Swayne who says two of his deputies. Were trying to arrest man yesterday at a mobile home near blooming Deputies approached. The, mobile home, from the back this subject exited had. A handgun. Which pointed at. The deputy that man killed is now. Been identified as Daniel Boyer Swain says the two officers are, now on paid leave while St. police investigate sanctions put back against Iran have only been in place since. Yesterday morning but both of Indiana's Senator say they support those sanctions Ninety-three WICBC's Eric. Berman, reports Republican Todd young says Iran has continued to support terrorism and developed. Missile technology and credits the threat of sanctions with reviving anti-government protests democrat Joe Donnelly says he supports sanctions as planned be one, of the greatest benefits of the agreement that. Was in place was that all material was taken out, of the country ninety, eight percent of it he says the US should have stayed in. The agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program which he says was working Eric Berman Ninety-three, WIBC mobile new and as students get their senior pictures taken one girl from Texas shocked her friends by posing With an alligator to show off her appreciation of wildlife for her graduation photos MacKenzie Noland of Texas am. University post, with their good buddy big texts on nearly fourteen foot one thousand pound, alligator twenty one year old, is graduating with the degree in. Wildlife and ecology she's been interning at a gator rescue training the reptile and hosting feeding shows Nolanda likens the gentle giant to a poppy thing text follows commands for treats Lawler photos are sparking criticism with many calling, her actions dangerous Nolan says she would never do anything to, risk her own life explaining she's. Trained and supervised by experts I'm Christine Goodwin Fox News I'm c. j. Miller on the level. On the go.
"jay miller" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"That there is a maybe history in the juvenile system of cartheft that's not at all uncommon with kids that get wrapped up in the juvenile system all of this is the way to go that jay miller earlier today on wbal radio talking about the prior history of some of these juveniles have been arrested in connection with the slaying of baltimore county police officer any caprio by the way coming up after the news at the bottom of the hour in studio will be a warrant alperstein and mr alperstein not only is a longtime attorney in town but he was a juvenile prosecutor and lesson they're up against it and you know this is not something that necessarily the state's attorney's office convicts independently and yes maybe they could have a prosecutors that do a better job or maybe the direction is better and there are a lot of really complicated aspects of this they can have some impact the mayor's office kept some impact i think the city council should be banging this drum every day banging this drum everyday not talking about changing tables not talking about styrofoam not talking about bike lanes and how they're connected to three hundred years of racism in america yes it up in the baltimore sun is real i'm not not that certain things don't have a time and a place but this is the issue of our time our civilization i really believe depends on it we can actually solve crime in the long while we could save lives we could save these kids lives if people actually cared about them but no we just keep going and going and going down the same path of failure it's amazing to me four one zero four six seven wbal ron is perry hall ron you're on wbal brent.
"jay miller" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast
"Yeah i remember actually james told me about this a while ago right it's been in the worst for a little while i think i talking when we're filming we're just no we're catching up as friends and we're filming this and we're just talking out really well yeah i did not like them either film both my favorite film that does happen sometimes sometimes we will come up with that like even i was working on the show where like that's a little too much for me murray grandparent divorce and cremation punishment issues with that i yeah i i remember jay miller was really against these just telling kids like they were gonna kill their pets tournament to ashes and also grandma and grandpa getting divorced like what if these kids have dead pets if they have like divorce issue like so yeah that was that was one where really i don't know but then it's like the counterpoint to that is like well we're trying to make our friend do the worst thing possible and this thing is also so bizarre that i like the guys it's gonna go over most of the kids heads and then we're gonna explain it all to them afterwards so like who really hurting right and so it definitely your plan your plan your towing the line and you hope you don't cross it right right is the point yeah for sure and i don't think this one crosses the line but for me as a dad and if that were happening i would not let it continue to happen.
"jay miller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well you know he had cancer he fought with cancer for seven years and two weeks before he passed away i got a new agent and i was really happy and i told him and he was like oh my god same i just wanna see you sell a novel before i pass away and actually we sold my first novel the art of starving twenty four hours before he passed away he did know that i was going to be all right as a writer god bless are there always other worlds revolving around in your head there are there are i sort of think of myself as this weird kind of border guard at a strange frontier in my mind between this world and away more interesting one and people are always showing up like a woman accompanied by killer whale and demanding entry and i i really with too afraid of her to say no sham jay miller his novel blackfish city thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me last time we heard laura veers she was collaborating with nico cation katie lay on the critically acclaimed album now she's returned to her solo work renew release the lookout disley describe is a soundtrack for turbulent times and a concept album about the fragility of precious thing.
"jay miller" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Well you know he had cancer he fought with cancer for seven years and two weeks before he passed away i got a new agent and i was really happy and i told him and he was like oh my god sam i just wanna see you sell a novel before i pass away and actually we sold my first novel the art of starving twenty four hours before he passed away he did know that i was going to be all right as a writer god bless are there always other worlds revolving around in your head there are there are i sort of think of myself as this weird kind of border guard at a strange frontier in my mind between this world and away more interesting one and people are always showing up like a woman accompanied by a killer whale and demanding entry and i i really with too afraid of her to say no sham jay miller his novel blackfish city thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me last time we heard laura veers she was collaborating with nico cation katie lay on the critically acclaimed album now she's returned to her solo work renew released the lookout asli described as a soundtrack for turbulent times and a concept album about the fragility of precious thing.
"jay miller" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Tj going through some tough times obviously and i will not pile on i refused pile on i'm not that guy especially with comics we all forget that richard pryor by the way definitely should not have followed my molly ringwald went rant with a tj mountain miller defense was a big misstep i'm not talking about everything with miller i'm just talking about the bomb threat but never mind what scrap it really bugging tj still love you man you know that i got you back brother that bomb threat it'll turn into a bit one day i'll watch it i'll laugh maybe shouldn't call them bomb threats the way i've done a lot of fucked up stuff i've never once called in a bomb threat like i've never even thought about it i've never i've never this far little i've never pulled the fire alarm at at the fuck in school kids will pull the fire alarm and i was like the balls on those kids anyway i'm not yeah you know what let's not talk about tj miller do you think brother get healthy take care of yourself i love that i talked about molly ringwald you like what about jay miller you told me not to tell you tell me not to have you forget playing all right we close on this the two things two things okay these are the two best things i've ever seen on the internet now i know that a lot but.
"jay miller" Discussed on WGN Radio
"As in zero pain while you're thinking about of now call them now at one fifty two i let's see hurled off where do we go for the non sequitur the day a first with sir are you ready with the non sequitur olof monster there is a win the mustered is horrendous is this andrea this is john you're on wgn houria john money andrea how are you welcome to the show all right that's our non sequitur the day what was that all about that was uh brent soulful targeting kabila and wendy about the color of the nashville predators helmets he's good on the radio i like listen to them yeah he's pretty funny the were ripped than on the uh the will so what was the line again played again now us he monster is over mustardcolored that was the helmet's right yeah the how much in the uniform his rip on the colors 'cause they are pretty bad by the way you know what i have for you i have a gift certificate to end jay miller and company in barrington that's a 100dollar value i want you to go pick out something nice for yourself or may be used that is a start and get something even nicer but you'll do well at mj miller with one hundred bucks in your pocket who will thank you they've got diamond stud earrings and broaches and all sorts of great gift ideas and j millery company we've got just started their okay great thank you so much sonos all the windows i say who drive the national assembly there is video that i haven't been able to see but i snow weight i did i finally found the video today it's it's short it's a clip have you seen the video they have this war crimes trial that's going on in europe the cocktail yes and one of the guys who was convicted of war crimes against humanity etcetera etcetera a former general who's been incarcerated in this thing has been going on for years his convicted.
"jay miller" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"To pull off a home invasion of another dealer why ran home invasions were his m o condo testified he had experience running into people's homes to rob his arab old this testimony coming out of this federal case is amazingly horrific joining us right now they're voice you would lead investigator report of the itim wbaltv zone jay miller who who's down the federal courthouse monetary this ongoing case ji well good afternoon and my goodness the testimony we hear j people are it's like i said yesterday when a at at any one of my tdp ah after listening all day after day to the testimony of these could cop laying out in great detail the crime they committed while members of the bottom are police department elite gun squad at that time he had to remind your tell that you know these where police officers that you're hearing not longtime criminal although at this point i think people are asking how long would that going on um i it it really is it it i mean okay and you know it it is therefore of them have now pleaded guilty or the eight and so there won't be trial okay and trial they're always when the you know devils in it hey i we're all the dirt and outright they're they're even all of these new details are now coming out um through the out you're done word the former abedee on word because the government is he using them as witnesses to try to convict by people five men in a heroin distribution kate each and the uh the two officers who testified yesterday um mamadu gone dough and you know ray m are connected to that driver in a day jane dislike was at listening to all of this now what we've heard from the elbow as he just said of breaking into people's homes is one aspect is the other aspect as how they were able to get paid all this over time or they would do it let me just about all the tentacles in the state well i think with clear now before is that we in our we've occurring this for my god in march when it first broke with now clear and equipping today through an fbi agent lead aided indicate and heard testimony but clear is awaited coq kate came could be is.
"jay miller" Discussed on Double Toasted
"It's a it's sort of a puppet base platform of animation they do a lot to add dimension to it they do a lot to make it look like classic animation and apply all the principles of animation that we see in classic movies we got we got michael opinion here but look at the names of people who james i hate michael pinon pretty much everything especially in this like i was throwing good when how you feel about jay miller is how i don't go i don't blame you because he's the annoying psychic use baucau just there to make jokes in ponds and were not him and by the way when the movie stars is nothing but pony pawns in the nest that they i've never seen a movie with so many annoying side kicks on the on both sides that's what most the movie is oh yeah because you have you have seven main like heroes i guess he got purple princess pony white bitch pony buying icbm pony yellow hippie pony allred neck pony and what for my blancan out an annoying pink pony zone dragon and a character only three of them are really given anything to do purple princess pony annoying thing pony and flying lesbian pony and flying lesbian porn is the least your attaining out of all well you took note he's you some that you did all were at the blade runaways deep yeah yeah i mean a a mission that do like they do a lot with the to make it two to make it have some dimension so i'll i'll give the artist.