5 Burst results for "Kane Guy"
"kane guy" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Cracking open. It was like, it feels like watching today. Yesterday. That's the one. Not today. Sorry, that image is cracked real. It's funny. Drinking the image, drinking. The dinosaurs. A million me try to hangover around the earth. What they want to say in defense Manchester City. The commentator is going man city see what they're missing. I'm like, they tried everything. They threw these man. But the thing is, yeah, but you say that moose. I don't know. Could they have done more? They went for Jack first. They did everything. Which everybody was quite. What I was when I watched that performance from Arri Kane guys, it made me think I would love to see how it would have played in this team, especially when teams. Oh my God. You can't do that dispersed fans this week, man. You can't do that. No, no, no. I haven't finished. So I'm going to give you roasting hot take what I said to you on the phone yesterday. But like seeing how they would play with them with teams dropping in. It would be interesting to see how, especially the way spurs stop those little ears there, the 5 at the back, you couldn't get between the center of and the right and the left or the right back because they made sure they put someone in there, whether it was Davis on the left side or Romero on the right side, they couldn't get into those holes so the, where the spaces where he came, if a team gets.
"kane guy" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Call it back to the holidays in two thousand eight. The large hadron collider the world's strongest particle accelerator contest conducted. Its first test us. So that's why it's hate blame it. On the hadrian collider day makes sense. Yeah some kind of big scientific machine birthdays. Today jack ma. Hopefully he's not black bagged colin. Firth jack greenish ingle. Epl soccer player. Big daddy kane. Guy ritchie ryan phillipi and bill. O'riley wrote sausage fest september tenth. Do we know where. Jack ma is being. That's what i was saying. Hopefully he's alive and well. That's all jack me off the richest guy. china jack. Ma owns so alibaba said. Let's see alibaba and see p. Owns it all honorable. Mentions the trending news matrix. Four resurrections trailer is out now. As of thursday it was everywhere. Thursday you falls watch it. Yeah fuck and forgot. I talked a lot of shit about it on the florida man. Friday show trailers pretty good. Looks like if matrix. One was redone with john wick as neo. That's the way. I describe resurrections and if you did listen to the extent of of friday mark even talked about it. It seems like it's exactly what you talked about. Which is a reboot the second coming of all the same characters from the very first one with different actors. but somehow nieto's the same reefs. That's what i wanted. Was like a reboot. More than a continuation. Look like kind of like a mixture. it's kinda like definitely they do. A lot of the classic scenes like the kung fu dojo with the new larry fishburne. There's an matrix version four. Everybody's different but same like he's i've seen you thousand times before i remember. We only have one wikowsky though rate. It's not just a singular workout. It's just lana witkowski. Does it matter. I never made the. I have you seen Cohen brothers movies with just one cohen. Not as good. It's not as good. I like the ones to yeah. The to cohen is a real. And it's a bargain to because you get into the price of one us paying for one movie directors bringing you. I don't have high expectations for the movie. The trailer trailers good. I'm gonna yeah. It's one of those movies. I'm gonna get bombed during it so it doesn't. I'll think it's great no matter what i mean for real. I know that philip k dick conflict started simulation theory but for real skis like they popularized. It's there this. This resurrections is clearly all about simulation. Theory so i mean as for all the other matrix so made on google that matrix shitty day. Matrices we we. We told me cover that though we had and friday to there's theory because you can simply punch yourself in the balls right now at free will. And it's going to hurt like a motherfucker. No ones can tolerate that because those are the rules of the game mark. No no one's telling you to no one's controlling you to punch yourself if you punch yourself in the balls that's all you brother getting. Hit the balls your pain centers there. That's the rules of the game. Was telling you never minds. You're saying that the game tests itself by making you punch yourself in the balls. I don't know maybe it does. We'll szekely maybe. The games testing us talking about testing ourselves right now constantly all the time. That's what i'm saying other audible. Vengeance biden ensuing texas over there. Abortion law and most conservative states will probably sue biden over what we talk about it. Number two and last mentioned andrew yang has a book coming out about how he's leaving the democratic party and starting a new one big news for young gang. heart factor. Pat you taking this. I put out my video resume too late last night. He hasn't responded yet but I'm in whatever he needs for me. Whatever andrew yang needs for me. i offered to Help with marijuana if that's part of his party or Robot killing. Because i imagine that's going to be part of the ub platform eventually. Yeah but i'm i'm in. I'm glad you're on board. But i think politically weird move reminds me a lot of when i tried to start my own fraternity and then realized that was a waste of time and then joined the rugby team. You'll hopefully version. Yes so pat. You remember that. Yeah we'll designated the meeting guy and like was he gonna take the minnesota i was handling but then it turned out. We'll go to no less than fourteen meetings at seven. Am in the morning. I was like knob. Joined the rugby tape. Hopefully answers version of joining. The rugby team started play rugby just funding high violent. Once he realized he to give up on the two big parties because they're not going his third parties. Not it's why are you fading. Your brother here bro. i'm happy that andrews doing his own thing. But what i'm telling you. Those two big parties are some behemoths. That's my party now bro. Yeah and i wish you luck. But i'm here to watch you. Forty what's yet. They don't have the washington football team like the washington football team. Okay not enough balls. Yeah got it doesn't talk in the remers man. It's losing elections left and right he he's got a he's got to change things up again. It's okay. I see wise doing it. Just you know politically long long play. I i doubt he's going to join the party so he knew this guy didn't win. Had to drop out race didn't even get to the didn't even get too many shots. It is french shell remember. We will have to talk about pandering. Come hard you know we will have to talk about. I'm not shooting his move. What i'm saying. It reminds me of lot of when. I try to start my fraternity realizes that was a big mistake and just joined the rugby team. That was awesome. So he'll he'll awesome thing after he realizes that the new party's not gonna take off forever. I think okay well. That's where i'm going to be during my free time. I support you one hundred percent number three in training news the suez canal. Everybody's collective asshole clenched for a second when they saw the headline that the suez canal was blocked again on thursday morning. The everybody put out as breaking news. And everybody's heart skipped a beat but thankfully it turned out to only be blocked for about fifteen minutes. Every news outlet just wanted free clicks. So everybody just boston on the suez canal it's bullshit so the panamanian ship. Mvp coral crystal bulk carrier designed to carry grain and coal in bulk. It ran aground. The southern section of the canal on its way to port sudan. And it's actually the third chip to get stuck in there this year. Luckily none usually get stuck as bad as the ever given from earlier this year. But now thanks to the ever given you're just gonna have this constant hair-trigger alarm but breaking news for the suez canal all tough. That's tough luck from the so. Yeah big moment for all of us when the suez gets blocked. It's an interesting a lifeline. But now you media. Hawks like waiting for the tugboat guys to fuck up. And they're just like constantly and they don't they don't talk about enough about the The suez canal breakdown in the seventies where those dudes were stranded out there for like a year and formed their own community like a country of floating country. Don't talk about that. we'll talk about that. Maybe on the hive our really. Yeah because it's like everyone keeps talking about these suez canal bullshits these recent ones now. No the old was interesting blockage. That's the one. I like the parties when they were stuck in the bays. That was cool. All the guys were partying together. Those are cool videos number two. not cool. The cova bonanza nicole number two. That's like the shittiest. Bonanza you've ever been to Joe biden gave a speech that sadly missed on thursday where he was reportedly angry again. This time not afghans or american stranded out ghanistan but at local who are not yet vaccinated against cove in nineteen. I think there's about eighty million of them and therefore he announced sweeping mandates for anybody he feels he can legally require them for as president it mandates vaccines for roughly two-thirds working americans. Here's what the ap tweeted about it breaking president. Joe biden to mandate all employers with more than one hundred workers require covert. Vaccinations or weekly virus tests. The new requirements would affect as many as one hundred million people. Yeah so and of course. Everybody's really mad. Well not everybody. Actually everybody whether you're mad about the mandates that may stretch limits of constitutional power or the fact that only fifty. Three percent of adults are fully vaccinated. Everybody's pretty pissed off right. Just covert in. General makes everyone mad. Yes everybody pissed. It's just the worst. Yeah not the type of picnic that you bring golf club to. Yeah gulf pressed go. It's not a golf course. In the name of the imagine gulf press would get rid of covert. That'd be the best drinking it still drinking. that'd be fine down. press define..
Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"kane guy" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"So it's sorta in an all goes all the way back to the purpose of it. Yeah i think well to stay real to be real like to whatever role you're doing real so that you connect with people and whichever roll you're playing within that story that you help them feel you help. Maybe help people see something from a different angle or feel emotions about stuff. Connect like my thing is like when you connect as an actor in your your real and you feel like you're no longer days you can meet somebody and then you could examine them for food and mountain time and then you could make them become him. Serve a little bit. Some a little bit janis here and we did a sherlock holmes together it was sort of comedic take the and that was the first experience. It was just so hard that i was like. Oh some some not for you have to be like the for that specific role that i personally think you have to be english. To play edgy. Favorite actor wartime of all times loved. Peter sellars for comedy. I love marlon brando and james dean for trauma i tend to like robert deniro like the time period of the scorsese films to and i liked the gibson the lot. Yeah men wanted a great great. I this. I'm horrible an audition this this trying to play a role and i was reading this back down and i kept reading this scene. Why is mean to get up. I don't know it was the most embarrassing to mike. Mike horse some of your greatest actors man. You met the world might who do you. Who who are your top three actors of all time. Top five mike. I know you got a variety of a man and two great released. The boxing to you know what i'm saying like i'm i love bub. The narrow al pacino i take bob bomb deniro's my his nicholson tops to. Yeah ten right. Who would who would you who will adjust. Nicholson kuku business in shining shining big mansion. Love the top of the little girl. And there's so many manet's dave lewis is insane was good to citizen kane guy. Play that author well to do the job and that oh hell you. He was insane so some of the all time. great man. what about Two so you have. You have scream five coming out. That's that's the scary movie scary movie. Yeah yeah that was the original title of the first one. I'm not really allowed to talk about it too much. Because there's just their lock down. But i love playing the role. Do so fun. It's about all they're allowed love safer. Yeah yeah we doing. The i mean. It's been amazing. What would you say the best advice that was ever give it to you that You can now kind of realize share a kindness from other people. You know what i mean. When that's the biggest lesson like people mentors of mine who've been kind to me only kind be kind. My wife is true right. Because you have to be. Because i'm sure like everytime mike mag you know mike is. He's a good sport man. But i can tell. Sometimes you know it's hard to because he needs his privacy..
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"kane guy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Of having 27 seconds left in the overtime before the shootout would have transpired. And they gave up a goal in the second period. I believe with two seconds left 2.2 seconds left. Too bad goals can't happen. They do and their season is over, and I am more than a little concerned. Mean, Are they going to get Jonathan tapes back? We hope so. There's no promise that he's coming back through that door. He missed the entire year. And you look at that division. They're probably get back to regular scheduling next year. Is the pandemic. Thank goodness looks like it'll be in the rear view Mirror of one's getting vaccinated. I can't tell you that team's going to the playoffs. The last time they won a playoff game was in 2015 16. They got swept away and dominated by Nashville, who lost in the Stanley Cup final that year. So 17 18 1920 21. That's five years and last year, everyone else said when they were in the playoffs last year, they only got in because of the pandemic, they added an extra round. That was it. You know, but watching the game yesterday, cap. The finish is kind of a microcosm of hawks hockey this season, Right? Well, you know, you have some excitement. You've got some highlights and all of a sudden you guilt the gold. I don't know how much emphasis they will have on the draft when it comes to defense for my God, man. He's gotta be protection for the goaltender. So, but it's not all lost, though. I mean, so this season ends flatly. The last game in front of 33 333,400 People United Center, They were allowed. Yeah, they were like, Well, you know what? It's just the time of being bottled up. They finally were able to get to the United Center just want to be able to scream and Sure about something right? Right. This Hawks team. It's not so bad. So it starts with Patrick Kane. It always starts with a cane. Right? So that's a positive as you mentioned Jonathan tapes if tapes his back and takes place this year, maybe the Hawks are playoff team. Maybe they are They're they're not. Who knows? No, no, You have no idea. I just told that that guy is a difference maker for sure. But you have him. But ultimately this is the season of the prank. It Season it to break it, right. I mean, I mean, you talk about stars, he has the right box A tremendous year. Now you want to see it again? 41 Gold sophomore season. Not so bad, right? So, I mean, maybe you have a goaltender in Lincoln. And maybe you don't. I just know that this is a time of transition for the Hawks. But there are a few positives. Therefore, the season good young players. Kubelik is a guy who I thought Is a really solid player at a good year last year And on top of all of it, you know, forgetting Jonathan taste for a second. I'm a huge Patrick Kane guy like I hope that someday I could have one of his jerseys hanging on my wall in my basement. You've been there have a bunch of like legendary players. I think he's legendary. I think Patrick Kane. Is a legendary Chicago athlete. There's been great Chicago athletes great. He's legendary. What he's done. But during the game On. I'm a huge That fully fame love him on the broadcast. You know how close I am with the eggs? Oh, he's amazing. Hat made and a remark that you just can't say it was a brutal year.
Health Hats, the Podcast
"kane guy" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast
"And stuff like that. So people know my story. What kind of patient are you like when you meet the system. Yeah what happens to you. i'm a. I'm a relationship. Builder i and when you say the system you mean the medical systems medical. Yeah yeah. i'm a relationship builder. So i look for professionals on my team that appreciate me and my corks and are assessable so you asked a question About where illnesses narrative meets the clinical narratives. We're so i. I liked that question because i think that the clinicians that i stick with are ones that mary the story in the clinical and they're curious about the story and they're good at pulling out stuff so for example and listeners. If i keep this in and don't edit it out my first neurologist was very interested that i play the baritone saxophone and because you know he said you have intercostal involvement your chest muscles and you're playing this big horn so you have to breathe deeply. You have dexterity issues. And you're playing this big horn with heavy keys and it's creating new pay pathways in your brain and it's good for your soul. And he said. I got nothing. I got nothing compared to that. Absolutely nothing and i just love and it's am. I still playing. The saxophone is something we talk about. Every time and i liked that he was curious about me and took this thing that i love to do and made it into an anchor for the decisions. We need to make about medication and treatment. And whatever where i think i'm a unique patient is that is not in the doctor's office. It's that i take care of myself. I have a programs. And i stick with it. And i've sticked with it for twelve years and it gets a tune-up depending on where i am. I have a progressive illness. And so things change. They changed very slowly. Thank goodness but they change. And so every once in a while my program needs a tune-up and but i do the work. Let me ask you something. How did you first start creating this program. The idea of creating a program. I think. I don't know i've always known that habits that i knew as a nurse that key to health our habits and the hardest thing about health is habits so the art of it is creating habits that you just can't. My early nursing was in home care and physical rehabilitations and i learned that the most important habits a human being can have to move. Yup you got to move you just gotta move and so i worked with people with spinal cord injuries and strokes and severe arthritis stuck at home and move and so here. I was somebody who you know. Oh my god something is wrong and my my abilities took it slowly took a hit and then more quickly took a hit but maybe it was more quickly just because i realized it i knew something was wrong but then when it got the find and two things i had i was introduced to an amazing physical therapist in an amazing chiropractor and between the two like the physical therapists started me on a program a program of balance strengthening and the chiropractor helped me get to do it every other day not every day every day is just just too much so much and i just feel like every other day every other day evocation and so that's possible and then the i have thirty five hundred steps and that every day thirty five hundred seven minimum i actually average about forty four hundred but i get the thirty five hundred minimum and then i'm and i'm a to kane guy and an electric wheelchair beyond that and and that i just do because it just feels so good to walk and i know how important mobility is have harder things like diet those are harder habits for me but i don't know and i just i guess i'm a habitual kinda guy doing a podcast for by just this just the one. I'm doing this week. One hundred seventeen. I've been doing a weekly something before. That was blogging. And i think i'm on four eighty six. I'm good at habits. I think we all have. Habits are habitual riches. Yeah some more some nice but yeah and so. How much of your coaching is about habits. A lot of it is is about habits and behaviors. I would say that everything is about behaviors. But i look at internal behaviors and external behaviors. Not just the extent behaviors of going coming lifting whenever eating from a medical coaching perspective. Everything is a behavior and emotion is an internal behavior thoughts processed even an illness. Everything is a behavior so when we look at behaviors and we want to change the behavior. First thing that we do. Is i invite people to look at the positive intention behind the pager. Cause honestly. I don't think that people say that we have a a good side and a bad side to us. There's this story about a grand grandfather telling his grandchild about the white wolf good wolf and the black which is a bad wolf. Which how did you can hide. And fighting inside the us and the grandson as which wolf wins and the grandfather says the wolf that we feed more. So i don't feel that we have a good wolf in a bad wolf inside us. A because i love wolves i that we have a good wolf and then we might have. Some misguided wolf's originally are good wolves so even if we have a behavior that's not serving us and the neath that behavior. The origin is positive. There's something good that we want ourselves. Sometimes it's more conscious sometimes. It's less so if we want to replace the behavior we need to honor that original positive intention. Okay or else is not going to be sustainable. Say that again. It's about replacing behavior. Like i have a behavior. I want the new behavior to serve the positive intention. The old behavior.