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"joan lin" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

09:00 min | 9 months ago

"joan lin" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Did you see it stopping? Outside today everybody look at it. This young BIOS young barbecue redid the girlfriend. Yes and it's like a split screen is so funny she. Talking much. Plenty you know it's sad. I. Didn't remember because I guess I didn't. I never got that far that Tony had left Oh. Yes, you. Avoid. Once he leaves like you feel that it's like Ooh and even the intro how they had to change it and then it was just. Joan. Lin and Maya on it and just three of them. I was like Oh. This is sad jewelry Jones has literal star quality to me like when you look at Jill Marie Jones coming Tony She has star quality and so I've often wondered There weren't the like plentiful opportunities for her in film I saw. When I look at As you said Orleans has changed right so I look at it through a different liens now and when I look back on I, think that it would have made sense for her to transition into literally being a black movie star like straight. She wanted she because of course, I Google I Lake Wide Marie Jones leave girlfriend. And that was her hope you know her contract was up at least in the article I read that and her call, her six year contract was up and she was at that crossroads of do I stay on this show that I've been doing for six years. Six is a long time. And especially when you're a young actress that's peak-time, you know how this industries work. She just sort of felt like it's now or never and and wanted to pursue her movies, which was like the end goal for her and it is kind of crazy that I don't feel like her just do. So funny. So talented so much range. Yeah, and I would love to see her do some dramatic. Just I just she looks like a movie starting me especially when I look at her during that time she still. Beautiful today but like when she was on girlfriends when they were at the height of their popularity, the show I'm speaking of it is literally she looked like a movie star in it may more sense to me vertigo straight down the lane of like you know mainstream movies. So I just wonder what their story is. You know last she deathly was pursuing you know I just wonder what? Yeah. Yeah and I saw of course the Youtube Algorithm that stocks knows what we're watching everywhere else suddenly the reunion there was like a reunion special that they had on black ish and Charlemagne yes. Charlemagne interview them after that episode aired and it was like an hour long interview I didn't get a chance to watch it yet but I saw it pop up on my algorithm and it was they all look amazing. They look good. Let's get. Good. Let's get the movie done. Turned into like a feature film absolutely at the city says moment and these I heard a rumor that Mara, the creator of the show she had a script written in everything all the ladies were dying. We're down excuse me but they were having trouble finding the funding. That's what are now studios need to quit bullshitting because people with support that. We would pay to see the movie. So now they're Myra has ideal over a netflix overall deal. Maybe now we'll get to see the girlfriends movie come to fruition or maybe a reboot or who knows I. Let's get this thing and we missed. Appeared in safe. You know it's funny. I I was thinking tyler pair but I was like no no no assist. Donate some states. You. Keep it at that. GIVES US some space. Okay, and this is why I wish I was like filthy rich. Of Times is not just that I can flex on people, but just so I can make things like that. Happen you know, and then like forty percent so can conflicts on nick? A million millions wish. I could just invest in the arts you know, and there's so many projects that you hear about that would have been incredible incredible, and then they never happened they don't get the green light because they just couldn't get the funding. Why haven't we had a television series adaptation of the Cooley Heidfield why tell me that? When be where the wonder years was to that time period and television ten we can have that moment with a Cooley high television series reboot on ABC. Just incredible. So just give me the keys to the kingdom. Okay. Let's get this done man, I have ideas. Oh. What else have you guys been binging? What Oh okay. In hip-hop has not been filming, right obviously because of the pandemic you know production of so many different shows and films was shut down and so were VH1 has done that I've been thoroughly impressed with I. Guess we're we can move this up from the wearing no segment shit buckets. Free It. They have created all these compilation videos on their youtube channel like the best of. The Best of just. The time line between this person and this person's friendship. These are like forty five minutes to a hour long compilation videos that literally covered. He story acts in the different franchises cj in me's time line and it goes through all the seasons I keeping you abreast on the events even have one about snatching wigs off of people like everything anything you can think of like they have them whoever is responsible for those videos deserves a pay raise for real. They have literally just taking on remedy and I tweeted that in eleven hip hop account. So Charlotte whoever is tweeting for love and hip hop they were like check out these three jobs because I shared. A threat of these compilation videos that I was impressed with. So we had talked about it or whatever on twitter me hip hop council. Like Young Jack said, I, know you see it. See. Those compilations. They so good. To Randomly Watch one because I was trying to finding we Royce. Compilation of voice when she was on basketball wives. Um Hip. Royce. Ours is missing some I. Don't know why I have no idea. The scene that comes to mind I have to sleep when she was like. That's work thing. Mad Hard. By the. Hard Little Eagle Face. Ask Tour. And, then when her and a tammy would win the hand to the face. I. My brain I do not know because I. was. Honestly. Roy She gave a lot to the basketball wise franchise. Yes. She did What have I been watching like? I've been in like learning mode. So I'm trying to figure out like programming sheets. I've been watching like a lot of that type of stuff. ooh. Like, I'm literally trying to figure out like python and what type of APP I wanNA create or if I wanted to do like. Automatization 's type of shape but that it is it's very, very tedious. I'm like really like immersing myself in statements and functions in trying to figure out how to like do sort of program because I figure if I'm going to be of service to my community, somehow I've always been into computers. So let me learn as much as I can about computers and taken provide help where I can as opposed to doing whatever else bullshitted in for as long as I have because I can do that whenever you know. So chanting. S Cell Fly. Outside of that, I've been watching anime because animators. The only thing that Kinda like gives me enough like I can enjoy any kind of leave me with the piece of like which one of her performances. You are referring to. Sandra systems getting. It. I have been watching. A lot of the animated I watch because I'm thinking about lovecraft country watch this week I did and did not take a break. We'll. Needed a break man. So she soda homegirl this week she had to take Jamie Chung from the real world shut up to Jamie. Chung. Girl.

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"joan lin" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"joan lin" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"You have which afresh shaven clean in face but you had to the back. Let's see your eyes. Come on us. The ladies looking at look in my eyes laid aw suit you see me right. You're looking into my soul. Wow leaves the material right now. Channel don't have a work husband you work husband looking the NAMA lift lift fellas dunaway in the Bella Stoneware again principal defendant. I see so this. You look good though Oh and he could. They they like this. They liked it exactly that they said you are too far away to get. They call me a breakfast but they need. You can't beat at work husband. Michael Krasny said what the Hell uh-huh whatever do that join you guys. Let's get back. Atkinson's that delay so let's get back into in most states now. I was great back into yeah see says and then we do the News Guy Yeah Yeah so you guys usher is usher while ushers accuser is wiling quantities sharped in she she dropped the case says it's probably she dropped the case because usher for no actually for the Jane DOE because remember quantitative was the one that dropped the charges. She said she was sexually assaulted. Then there was another woman who didn't want to be named and another guy who didn't want to be named but for the Jane Doe Usher He went to court to demand should be sanctioned at the cost of twenty five hundred dollars. I guess like slanders decors he in turn accused of refusing to answer personal questions including ones involving her sexual history but but they didn't want to answer those questions but any if you're accusing somebody of giving you a sexually transmitted disease it should be public knowledge where your sexual history is to exactly the listen soon instructed her to answer saying it was an invasion of her privacy going on everybody you got her. PS PS come on Bass. Specific defecates is scheduled to be heard is expected to head to trial early next year the money all in this city. EMT right God knows. I need to find out how much how much of show is worth right. 'cause I'm for sure he can afford the attorney right. The dismissal missile sharpens case came a day before her ushers lawyers were supposed to be in court for a status on that case may be out of money who knows so because you know what people don't understand or maybe they do. You know they think oh well once. I win. I can pay my lawyers all of that yeah but until then your your lawyer might be losing faith in you who knows if they're even representing you to the best of their bill because all ushers lawyers doing filing motions filing stops and these things take forever you ran. You ran out of money. This incision usher is forty years old right now right sitting right. It's worth a two hundred eighty million dollars. You would right respectively. What's her name again. quantaties contagious Sharma tangible calm your ass down. How does she look city a bad. I don't think she is rather be that'd be smoking. Hot City Day right 'cause this is regular. Don't worry right for the commission right ninety. GonNa work exactly and others lawyers. GonNa drag it out. y'All eh we need providence we need. We need all that costs money that you don't have your work out a call center in New Jersey Rosie stop and your supervisor's Diane All p p four when fifty three. She's at the Nurses Union. She works there. The cast of girlfriends you guys remember girlfriends with Tracy Ellis Ross and the other one. I don't know their name trails. Ross yeah I would too. She's pretty I like ashes funny when like yeah and after we smash cut with her we'd talk talk and chat like I wouldn't want to get up and doesn't leave like I'd WanNa see we can smash it together. I wouldn't want you there. Men Energy Messing up our flow our favor her girlfriends who buys all know and Love Joan Lin Tony M my we'll be reuniting on upcoming episode of Black Ish rush on Thursday the shared a video from the set of the show to make the special announcement all for ladies together for the video as she shared this will be their first this time on camera together since two thousand six. I believe it's been that long since that show. I love that show. I used to watch all the time. Tracy said my girlfriend's. Our guest guest starring on Black Ish Tuesday October eighth so we have to we have to yeah. She says we have been altogether on camera. Since two thousand six these are women women I grew up with and love deeply and it was easy and it was easy tap back to tap back into the magic of our chemistry and how much we love each other so you know girlfriends was on air for a total of eight seasons. The show started in two thousand and wrapped in two thousand seven many fans have been asking asking for the latest to reunite since everybody's on this reboot thing they wanted it to come back or to make a girlfriends movie which which I thought that might be kind of cool but I don't really know too much where the story would go Mara Brock Akil who was the creator of the show. She talked about why there hasn't. It's been a proper ending to the show. She said the fans have been consistently vocal about a movie ending anything but that has been for ten years consistent. It's not up to me if I haven't proven that in my career that I'm ready to write and do the work. That's a no brainer. She proceeded to talk about how there's a lack of value in the industry that hasn't allowed allowed and acceptance for a proper ending two girlfriends. Are they trying to say that. Nobody wants to produce this show who more. I mean all of these as an actor. They have so much money reach Tyler Perry. Ask Him for some money. I do you guys. Would you guys like to see girlfriends friends movie. I mean sex in the city how movie they're going to. They did all this crap I mean I think that they can get money for or started. Go Oh fund me like or NEP legs. Are these people reaching out to these people that could fund that. I like that show but they came out with a movie. I think that would be appropriate. Goes on a five dollar to buckle on Tuesday. We're talking about movies. Hustlers is coming out today. I am going to go see that our local mall the movie where J. Lo and Kiki he palmer and Liz oh and Cardi B. Fun fact who has no Cardi B. did not do any of her poll scenes in that movie because during the time of the shooting because she had breast done so she couldn't really do too much so I will be in there seeing that with my girlies tonight I suggest you why you you guys all Algo women's world yeah so running everything yeah you. Sam Getting that paper so shut up yeah. What's what's your girlfriend's movies to see a movie about winning yeah. It's about the strippers who got money off. These men were scamming these. Wall Street guys out of their money because I was tired of the dog might be a good person to hang out. This weekend is at the movies to see. This particular movies a lot of women right yeah. There's GonNa GonNa be women there..

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"joan lin" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

Pool Podcasts

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"joan lin" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

"Everyone. Welcome back to American billiard radio. Today is Thursday may second and I know to episodes in two weeks. It's it's shocking. I don't know what's going on. I still think it's leftover energy from the the enthusiasm that that Nate was showing from the queue it up podcast before. I get started on Nate has again to episodes of the queue it up podcast this week. And I know that the one he dropped today. Thursday may second is a three way conversation that he and Mark Wilson I had about the US open and the streaming kind of expanding on my little rant from last week. I'm not going to get too much into that rant right now. Today's episode is all about the US open, though, we have a US open champion. I talked to Jay Helford this week. Jay was at the US open hoping to cover it for. Z billiards. And honestly, Jay's Ben at the US open year after year, and he's ran tournaments and promoted tournaments and played internment. And really he has much more experience in turnament than well than I possibly have. Before we get to that though. We have a couple of winners. Kevin Chang won the WPA Players Championship. That was the fifty thousand dollar vent that took place just before the US open. Carlo Biondo took second you. Lung Chang took third in this event. Any also took third in the US open, which that's a pretty good finish for two third place finishes. He ended up with seventeen thousand in prize money. Kevin chang. One ten thousand for firsthand Carlo Bianco, one seven thousand for second Johan Chula finished tied with you. Lung Chang for third place now while that event was kind of a a lead in to the US open. I understand that that's not necessarily going to be the case forever. There's already talk of a second event hands the WPA doesn't know when or where they will schedule that. But I guess they're not stressing over making sure that takes place before another major tournament. As far as major tournaments go. Josh Wolff filler won the US open for for anyone who didn't watch it happen online, he defeated Wu shushing in the finals. Woo was was down five racks. And all the talk was the five racks that he had broken ran fifteen years ago when he won the world nine ball championship. He want to and broke the third rack left himself jacked up over ball hand when he got into his stance to address the cue ball. He tapped the four he knew what he did. Nigel Reese knew what he did. Woo. Woo stepped away from the shot Nigel called the foul and filler ran out. Don't in any way. Think though that filler backed into that title. Yeah. He got a couple of roles, but everybody's going to get roles. You're not gonna win a tournament like that without getting a role here and there, and I would be willing to bet that there were other players got roles against him to Josh was very deserving champion. He played great. He now holds the world nine ball championship and the US open nine ball championship. Like Jay mentions in the interview. It's the first time that anyone has done that since Earl Strickland a long long long time ago. Filler is certainly the front runner for player of the year. But we've got a lot more events to be played. We had a a little it was a challenge match. It wasn't necessarily an action match. Shane van boning played Joan Lin Chang Chang had a huge lead after day one of this event. It was an overall race to fifty. So when one of the players got to twenty five on day one they stopped at for the night. They came back the second night. Second night was last night. Shane made a huge comeback. I know at one time Chang was head twenty one to four. I don't know the final score as of day one. I wanna say it was like twenty five eleven something like that Shane made a comeback but Chang held on fifty to forty three. So that earns Chang entry into the tournament that was talked about on last week's show the twenty thousand dollars tournament that'll take place believe they said it was a week after derby city. Also, I don't think it was yesterday. Maybe it was the day before it either way. It was announced that on August. I Justin Bergman will face Shane van boning that will be on pool action. Tv takes place at club. Be billiards. In Wichita, Kansas. Ten ball race to twenty five. Best of five sets one. Per day. So he could go three sets could go five sets twenty thousand dollar entry per side. So forty thousand in the middle again. That's august. I put it on your calendar. Now, at least the first second third. Justin Bergman, Shane van boning pool. Action tv. So like I said I sat down with Jay Helford this week. We talked mainly about the US open talked a little bit about his books, and he even mentioned that he's got a tournament again that he's working on. So without further ado, I give you to pay J J Horford. I'm very proud to be joined from California. How long have you been back in California from the end of the open three days three days, still fresh in

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"joan lin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"joan lin" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm David Greene. The leaders of the United States North and South Korea have all said in recent days that they are willing to hold more summits to resolve the ongoing nuclear crisis at the same time the prospects for a diplomatic breakthrough are looking increasingly dire. And here's Anthony Kuhn has more from Seoul, just maximum meeting with President Trump in Washington, President moon Jae in told his aides Monday that it's time to prepare for a fourth summit with North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong UN which would hopefully lead to a third summit between Kim and Trump the last one ended in February in Vietnam without an agreement. Cheung's will as soon as North Korea's ready moon said that Correa's will be able to sit down together, regardless of venue informat and hold detailed in substantive talks Pyongyang insists it doesn't need anyone especially not soul to broker talks. And j Langkow the Russian expert on North Korea had combing university in Seoul says this puts moon in a tough spot. His political fortunes are tied to the North Korean issue and economic growth at home is weak. I would expect it no scallions would not welcome in the Senate because going to safe, but as Jeanne for growing domestic trouble. Meanwhile, in Pyongyang last week came Joan Lin said he's willing to meet with Trump again. But not if Trump tries to dictate the terms of deal like he did in Hanoi. He says he'll give the US until years end to come up with a better offer Linkov says Kim clinched, wait out the Trump administr. Ration-, but he also realizes that Trump represents a rare opportunity. He's only American presidents was able future who've you'll be feeding to passively implicitly accent, no Scalia as nuclear power Kim is also likely to hold his first summit with Russian president flat. Amir Putin soon. It makes sense for into lineup support from allies that the problem says Linkov is that Kim doesn't really have any. He says China has the money to keep young young float, but it's not willing to risk violating sanctions in Russia dome. Count on more than I don't know ten rubles. She'll buy you a Cup of coffee in Moscow collision he ends with little money to spend unconventional military forces Moscow is particularly reliant on nukes. So it may be even more worried about nuclear proliferation than the US. Anthony, Kyun NPR, news soul. We have news of a new way to attack cancer. NPR's? Learn that doctors have used a powerful new gene editing technique in cancer treatment in the United States for the first time that news is just the latest about the technique called crisper. Some news has traveled much of the world as a Chinese scientists announced last year that he used crisper to create genetically modified babies now this less controversial news NPR health. Correspondent rob Stein sat down with Rachel Martin. Okay. Rob. Let's start at big picture. Remind us all what crisper is exactly crisper, basically is an entirely new kind of genetic engineering that give scientists the power to edit DNA make precise changes in DNA much more easily than ever before. So scientists think crisper could revolutionize medicine the way we prevent and treat may diseases by doing things like fixing genetic defects or modifying the genes inside cells, basically turning them into drugs. So. Is that what that Chinese scientists was doing? He used crisper to edit the genes inside human embryos, and that means any change he made clip passed down for generations to come in this case for medical treatments. The modifications are only being made in the DNA of individual patients. So it doesn't raise those brave new world scenarios about reengineering the human race. Okay. So explain what is happening now. Yes. What's happening? Now is we finally reached the moment crisper is moving out of the lab and into the clinic around the world for medical treatments until now there's only a small number of studies where scientists have tried to use crisper to treat disease, and they almost all but in China treat cancer now scientists in Europe the United States and Canada are launching a wave of studies to try to use crisper to treat a variety of diseases. Here's feared or earn off. He's a scientist at the Altius institute for Parlamento sciences. It's he atom 2019 is the year when the training wheels come off and the world gets to see what crisper. Can really do for the world in the most positive sense. Okay. So what does that mean? What are we talking about here? Yeah. So the first blood disorders like sickle cell disease in the similar condition. Janette condition known as beta. Alycia? And in fact, the first beta thousand Mia patient was just recently treated in Germany and more are about to get their blood cells. Chris Byrd soon and second hospital in Germany, then they'll be patients treated in Toronto in London and the first sickle cell disease. Patients could start to get the DNA in their blood cells edited in this country, really soon, and there's yet another noteworthy study. And that's a study that's going to try to treat an inherited form of blindness. And the reason that's noteworthy because this will be the first time scientists try to use crisper to edit the genes inside the human body. The other studies involve removing cells patients editing them in the lab and infused the modified cells back into patient's body. So those are all very important conditions and diseases. What about cancer though? Well, Rachel one study involving crisper is underway in the United States to treat cancer at the university of Pennsylvania. And I just learned that to patients have been treated there for multiple myeloma and sarcoma but several. Other cancer. Studies may be starting soon involving crisper this year in places like Texas in New York. Okay. So all of that is exciting all of that seems like very positive good news. But is there a dark underbelly here? I mean are there concerns about it while sure, you know, whenever you try something completely new and something as powerful as this people always get a little bit nervous that something could go wrong. Everybody remembers the early days of teen therapy when some patients, you know, even died, here's laureate Zoloft. She's a bio ethicists at university of Chicago. I talked to about this human on the planet should hope that this technology works, but it might work in might not is another. This is an experiment do need exquisite layers of care, and you need to really think an advance with a careful review. How you do this sort of work? All right. So do we have any sense of of when we will know if these crisper treatments are working? Yes. All these studies are really early the very preliminary and their aim primarily testing whether these experimental crisper treatments are safe that said, the scientists are looking for clues about whether they might be helping patients so we could get glimmer of that sometime later this year maybe early.

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"joan lin" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

Pool Podcasts

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"joan lin" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

"Hello everyone. Welcome to another episode of American billiard radio. And it's been a while. It's been God. It's been over a month since I've done a show. It's completely on me as if it could be on anyone else. I went to Virginia for the international nine ball open. And then had a little bit of a vacation if you will. And then just got behind more and more. So ordinarily, I talk about the news, but we've got five weeks worth of news. So it's not something that we can catch up on quickly. So let's just touch on the highlights we have a international nine ball. Open champion Joan Lin Chang. I implore anyone who loves to watch top level nine ball to join the Accu stats program on video. So you can watch these matches as soon as they're put online the final day was just amazing. The hot seat match between Chiang and co and in the finals between Chiang and co were some of the best nine ball that I have ever seen and. They really seem to have a different style than some of the American or European players watch the matches. See if you agree with me. Maybe I'm just crazy. We also have players for team Europe and team USA. And what's interesting is we had five players for team Europe. And then we had four and now we have five again with Mario he testing positive for some sort of a drug that was banned by the International Olympic Committee causing him to withdraw from the Mosconi Cup team. Again, I'd like to reiterate something that some people don't seem to be paying attention to Mario withdrew from the team match. Did not throw him off the team and. People look at it. And I hear people say will this is crazy their pool players where they drug testing them will at the same time. These people say why isn't pulling the Olympics. If pools were going to make the Olympics. The first step is what Europe is doing in drug testing. Their players Europe is trying to do things the right way. Unfortunately, Mario got caught up in the situation. He got caught up in Europe trying to do things the right way. It's terribly unfortunate. Everybody hates Mario is going through certainly match room. The European his his form European teammates. And the whole plan community. I'm sure that that Alex Kazakhs who took his place isn't even happy about it. But. Europe is trying to do the right thing. I don't think you can blame anybody for this. It's just something that happens. I don't know what I'll go so far as to say that you can't blame anybody for this next. Little piece of news. The tornado open being cancelled we had talked to Vivian a few months ago. She said she had TV coverage for this. This was going to be a huge event. And this is now two major events in the back half of this year that were cancelled with the ballpark open in Saint Louis and now the tornado open big kudos to the rooms on the east coast that stepped up and put on tournaments for the European players who were already in the state's getting ready to play Vivians event. They they really helped out the players gave them something to play in some added prize money. At least something we also have a junior nine ball champion from the United States. Mceal Paris won the gold medal, and that leads into my interview for this show. I interviewed ROY pastor from Massachusetts ROY was at the event, and I've corresponded with ROY number of times, he's been very helpful in covering junior events junior. Nationals Unum it ROY. Is there Roy's involved with it? And I'll let ROY tell you everything that he's involved with because I think that it's it's very interesting. I think it's a very Frank and honest interview. But Roy's trying to do something about it. You know? I I did I did an interview with with Dave many years ago. And yeah, I was a little bit angry when I did it. But I had gotten tired of people saying will this is what we need for pool. This is what somebody needs to do. And the idea behind the interview was what are you going to do? You know, we can we can talk until we're blue in the face about what somebody else is going to do. But what are we going to do ROY a good example of that ROY is doing an awful lot? And it sounds like he's trying to build on that even more. So without further ado, I give you ROY pastor. And I'm very happy to be joined this week by ROY pastor all the way from Massachusetts. Now, ROY you wear number of different hats, all part of the jute. Well, not all part of the junior program. But it sounds like the majority of it is part of the junior program. Can you tell our listeners everything that you're involved with? Well, I'll I'll give it a shot. I m. Been a I'm a p currently PBA master instructor. I've been teaching I've been teaching kids and I've had junior programs for about. Oh, close to eighteen years. I've been going to the been attending. I take to the junior nationals be Kerr. Now, the be junior nationals every and I've been doing that for maybe fifteen years or so I'm also on the board of directors for the BF. I I've just gotten back on the board. I was on the board maybe eight to ten years ago, and I'm back on the board. Now, I've been been to have a number of my junior players have been my students have been pretty successful. And as a result I've been involved in the number of years and some of the international tournaments as well besides the national tournaments. So for instance, this past just recently, I I was able to travel to Moscow what the as one of three coaches and team leaders for the American team along with Tom Rosman. Dr Q and Tom could beanie from the b-. And which was a lot of a lot of fun. So we've been three of my students were on that team on the American team issue. So I've been I've been involved in one form or another particularly with the kids for a number years primarily because of the junior programs. I run. Involved in three junior programs now in New England.

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"joan lin" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"joan lin" Discussed on WTMA

"You know what makes me sick measure man i wanna walk up to their guerrilla raju and tell him i slip with his wife his sister and mother here we are countdown today's of summer almost over now normally and that means i can get excited because football is back and out load watch football but it also means i won't be able to watch one of my favorite shows you have all done at ban is showman neighbor naomi put zone ever time she steps out sattar house to shun bathe i was on the roof the other day a harder door open across france outlook d'auvergne airs you all walking out toward the patio harry's rare theirs are so low and legs perfect top to bottom like at lamp permit christmas story movie here's wearing a bikini did he had all the best parts but still gave bush good look it would god had gifted her she laid down on one end bitch chairs now got thing and how nice should be if i got to lay down next to wake a drank bears work on our tan i could tell her mike good stories about me and durban junior take her to the donkey and we could daij dostam slow george songs both straight and joan lin would go shopping there to bash shop not barring thank you won't next john you know we'd be off to exotic out of the way places like branch in missouri oh the beer museum in saint louis is about dad tan perot he shipowner roof i turned round she bought me a cold peace be are now realize when she i looked at her and i thought hm this is all a woman i need right here pearly and i was bound to tell her that she was that june tomato johnny which he got shot a naomi lay a narain put together taurean obey like a tornado in a trailer park now i ask you this morning is sheer still mad about dad she says she totally understood now wake up america wanted to stare naomi samore she'd be perfectly happy in a mob in the more let us build a roof brits are oregon israel.

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