17 Burst results for "Kazama"

"kazama" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Mike gallagher. Show her know about you but if you know who they are. I'm care where you're sitting. You're gonna get up and start dancing. My drink was sitting at the table. I got up and started dancing. Because i was feeling the spirit and i wasn't thinking about a mass. I was thinking about having a good time and in the process i was following the health. Orders in the relief factor dot com studios. Here's yet another lunatics democrat us. Feel the spirit. I'm not gonna wear a mask at a party. Kazama the san francisco san francisco. Oh yeah that's right. The mayor of san francisco. That piece of work. That that that kook is feeling the spirit. Tell me to wear a matt gavin. Newsom all over again french laundry. You know you better wear a mask peon. But if i'm mayor. London breed and i'm at a at a jazz club i'm feeling the spirit. These democrats are dumb as dirt. They are dumb as a box of rocks. They're sake yesterday. Circle back for sake blaming trump for all the the setbacks that we've had in the last year with covert at some point the reason they're blaming for trump branding. Is they figure he's going to run again. In twenty twenty four. I'm gonna do everything they can to try to torpedo that effort. Good luck. good luck. Circle back a asked schalke about biden's decision to maintain trump era policies like title. Forty two as well is following through on trump agenda items like withdrawing from afghanistan. She said i would take each of those on afghanistan. The former president struck a deal without the afghan government title. Forty two is public health requirement. Because we are in the middle of the pandemic which by the way we would have made progress on had the former president actually addressed the pandemic and not suggest people inject bleach liar. He never said anything about injecting bleach. You bald-faced liar. But they're desperate. They're losing they're losing. And this is a major major catastrophe. Now that pelosi. And if you haven't heard the news and we got all kinds of big breaking news today breaking now on the mike gallagher show so pelosi facing an embarrassing defeat at the hands of the lunatic progressives in her caucus pelosi was forced to cancel the scheduled vote on the senate passed one point. Two trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill. She failed to garner the support. She needed madam. Speaker can work the phones. All she wants You know again. You don't have anything so she doesn't have the votes and Since the progressives promised to block the one point two trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure bill. So the whole thing now looks like it's up in smoke now. Anything can happen..

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"kazama" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Because of person gets into certain circumstances you are married so you have to have an agreement. That's all i'm saying. The agreements do what will be one of the agreements. Oh wow okay after. Think about that for another show. In the meantime in the meantime i'm gonna talk about got you brought up by the way. I haven't message sean. I'm sorry listen. Listenable listen call. Dj rahm jon call him. That's the message you heard it. Okay actually do have a role mccoy at the show she called once you slide outta town and you ain't call my husband so let's get on. I engineer hello right privilege so since you was talking about fives. We're gonna talk about food. Because i was listening yesterday. Y'all was making excellent points about food and you know. Food is one of my favorite topics. Kazama foodie gloves booed. So i want to ask a question now. You know. I'm an international traveler because my own trial company and everything and one of the things that i do when i travel is i do eat There is a difference when you go. Eat in europe versus. When you go eat in brooklyn have you ever noticed that sean. I never been to europe right. But it's fresh couldn't even bittu uber. You've been okay. i've been to the bronx. I've been to brooklyn you know. I'm in new york city girl. You know that brooklyn in the house so the question is why. Is there such a big difference between the food that we hear in the food that you eat when you go other places..

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"kazama" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Small Doses

"Year like ever lay data and i'm trying to tell you now if you're doing it right when you cross the threshold into thirty it feels like you walked through a door and you may not know exactly. What's on the other side of that door. But you know you as jammed up in jam cam dropping old. Today's jammed dropping is dedicated to being a grownup versus adults. Now we're talking about adults you'd always say like adulting adulting. Being an adult is like literally just a chronological situation. That you're in. It means that you're basically chronologically. Too old to be considered young to be considered a minor. Your chronologically held accountable for your actions. That's what it means to be an adult and literally means like you are at an age where you should be expected to handle certain responsibilities without somebody else having to do them for you now. Of course there are different impairments and whatnot that impede upon that. But i mean if you are a basic human being. That doesn't have any disabilities or impairments as an adult. You are expected to feed yourself. Clothe yourself house yourself by choosing right so if you choose to be but as naked and only eat lettuce and live in a winnebago that is your adult choice to make and can't nobody tell you nothing about it. That's what being an adult is. Being an adult is why. I can have ice cream for breakfast lunch and dinner and i dare somebody at. Tell me something about it but i can do that. Kazama dope okay. Now the problem is that too many people feel like they just stop at adults. They feel like adult is all you got to achieve. That's it. I made it. I'm here now after adult. There's another step and that's what it means to be grown. Y'all ever hear that you think you've grown i'm grown ass woman when a black woman comes back at you and says i'm a grown as one. That doesn't just mean that i am on adult. That means ma shit is together. That means that my life ain't running meet run in my life and this is a very important distinction to make especially when you're trying to date people. Okay because in our thirties you are expected to be getting on your grown shit. name your twenties. You're just figuring out adulting. You're stumbling about your tommy in rugrats. Man who the world you know you're bumping into people you know you're getting periods. You don't deserve because you know you reckless because you're still trying to figure things out and you don't even know what you're doing you know you're still just handling life as like it's a rubik's cube that you don't really know the schematics to figuring out your twenty s you maybe just figuring out like oh i guess i like doing this or maybe i think i like doing that or i think i like him or her. You know and it's like your your finances typically are on point but it's time of exploration and that's when adulting gets all kind of intermixed with just the excitement of being independent when you're in your thirties. That's when you are expected to move into being a grownup and all that bumping into shit and whatnot. That's outta here now. You are no longer living the life you learn with. but you're living the life with.

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"kazama" Discussed on Cast Crescendo na Fé

Cast Crescendo na Fé

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Cast Crescendo na Fé

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"kazama" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Offers that information to park for free about where he's going to be. Ultimately you would wanna tie all the characters the him then if he is the end boss or the big bad you definitely wanted every single character to have some kind of even interstitial but but meaningful relationship and some way. Their lives are touched by what he's doing. Yeah he was working with the toshio. Using them to launder money and things. So that's why he was able to get at their money because he was already funneling money through them. And you know what. I definitely feel like after watching dragon tattoo like it is hard sometimes to talk about the finances. That's the least sexy part when movies can gloss over that part about how things get laundered and all of that. It's probably helpful because it's just not very cinematic to see bank statements and atm receipts. Yeah i'm with you stewart. I would have preferred if somehow every character were following has some direct dealing with our main big bad guy here but the thing is even though jingu's stole the money he doesn't have the money kazama. Shouldn't taro kazama stole the money from jingo. Who stole the money right. That's why jingle is coming back in. The helicopter is to retrieve the ten billion at the top of that tower. N- okay that is helpful. I never connected that. But the man that the head of this clan. That's been missing missing truck of ten million and a missing clan leader. Whose money it is he did that. He's disappeared so he can pop up later. Maybe that'll make sense when we meet him later. We're almost there. I we gotta have kyriacou and guru go at it in one of two amazing things. These are the best fights in the movie right here you know. They really gave due to the rivalry from the video games. Does it play like this like again. I know you said there's no special effects flames and all of this but does it feel looney tunes in this way like you can just keep beating on people and they keep coming back with goro. Yes but this movie really made me wonder about boroughs motivation and everything i mean. I don't feel this is made clear at all as to why they're fighting but it's fun to watch him fight. No i again i get. The sense of. this guy. Picks a fight with everyone everyone. We've seen him onscreen with he beats on and usually they let him he. He should just hang out with that masochist all day. Long the perfect relationship but yet for reasons. He's got it for kiro. Because i just got out of jail and maybe he considers that a threat or maybe he thinks that makes it. Oh i haven't beat up on this other while this'll be fun in the video game. It said pretty much that he beats up on key ru after he gets out of prison because he wanted to make sure he didn't get soft in prison. Gotta make sure you can still defend yourself. Got to beat you up a little bit. I usually think of that the opposite usually go to prison. You come out a little harder than you were on the outside. But without knowing the relationship between these two and the movie not spilling out for me i did get a sense of. There's a sense of respect. There they go ru wasn't just hating. I feel like he. He respected him and wanted to prove that he could take him out. If need be but sturt you said looney tunes. But i was getting kind of a anime fuel here. The way this was shot you know we got like different focal points and just you know close ups on faces and stuff like that so i. I kind of enjoyed the style of this fight. Yeah the burst up in the batting cages feels outrageous and then i think guru who does something cool like they're hauling away in the ambulance because he really got the shit beat out of him. He hijacks the paramedics and comes back and then he must have given. It's not onscreen but he must have given that masochist and former the tip you know. They think when kiro goes to that masochist. They think they're getting a tip about where the missing mother will be but in fact. It's a spa. Where guru is waiting behind the red curtain with a bunch of guns and so he must have known what they were looking for and he made sure that he was waiting at the end of the rainbow. Yeah that place was confusing. So that was a bath house of prostitution house. What was going on there. I think both in that case we will find out that the missing mother or maybe her sister works at this place and you know maybe something bad happened to her. They went to one spa and the place was like covered in bloody glass so like again. The daughter is starting to have this feeling. Like maybe i'm not gonna find mommy alive but they come to this place. It looks nice. They got a nice bar. It seems really like pretty pink tent to all the walls and then all of a sudden the curtain comes down. And you're in a big gunfight in a big room. I mean just confusing geographically. I mean you're in a small little holding room with a bar and a couch and then this curtain opens anders grand stares at have always on either side. It's like what is this place. I honestly thought somebody was going to come down and sing. Beauty school dropout. They could've i mean like i feel like this movie would have allowed for that there. Are these musical interludes. We do have some kind of bouncing or performing half the score here. So yeah i mean why not do that. They'll do everything else but guru it's worth pointing out. He does have a little morality. he doesn't want the little girl hurt so we send her upstairs. She goes looking in the various barrooms or her mother to fight continues until they're out of bullets and then he turns the baseball. That's the funniest moment for me. Love the choreography of when they're both out of bullets they keep cocking the shotguns and shooting again and stepping closer again. It reminded me of something john wick would do like that like you. Keep trying to shoot the other person. You're both out of bullets..

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"kazama" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"I don't necessarily remember a dog but there is this. How ruka who is tagging along at some point one of the characters jokes that their lone wolf and cub disorder a reference a japanese reference to a long running manga movie series about an old samurai in a young samurai going on a road trip but it feels formulaic in that way. If there is a through line through all of this the thing that i hang onto is that we have this ex-con outta prison who's teamed up for reasons that are obscure with a little girl who she's not an orphan. He may be attracted to hiroko because he was an orphan but she believes her mom is still alive in somewhere in this red light district. They gotta find her and the more that they look the more they think. Maybe she's been killed. I really needed to see these to meet up in this movie. I mean you see re you come into town and get attacked for being yakuza in a drugstore but he was in the drugstore. Getting dog food to take to this girl. Why is this girl here. How did they meet up. Why is he interested in this girl. If they're teasing it to have it all be a haver reveals later on. I don't think that worked. I think we are supposed to be straining on her tiptoes leaning over the cliff going. Why and again the connection i can make some of this is pulled from the prologue that really emphasized the fact he was an orphan. Is he's you know. He's a softy for kids in trouble like for his own background. He doesn't know yet that her mom knows his childhood. Sweetheart that you me the girl that he's probably trying to find himself he hasn't seen since he went to prison. She is the aunt of young little girl that will come out in the middle of the movie so even more reason for him to tag along with her and you guys have me a little bit concerned that the version that i watched is somewhat mistranslated. Was she calling him uncle throughout the movie that you guys watched no no no see my translation. She called him uncle every time they had a conversation so i was very confused. I did wonder about that because yeah she talks about like her mom's sister and people say brother and all of that. I'm like some of these characters are orphans. I don't know if we're talking about a literal familial tree lineage here that may just be a term of affection for someone. That is avuncular but not actually my uncle. That's the way i to take it in the game. i know ri. You will call in the sheiky brother because they were raised in the orphanage together but then he'll be like so. How's your brother doing so. It's obvious like this is a the orphaned brotherhood versus the actual bloodline and yeah. I wonder in yakuza. If those those terms are you suddenly get brothers when you sign up even maybe. That's even a reason to do it. You feel like you're connected to a family if you never had one. That could be quite appealing ard again cultural ignorance. I'm just going to raise my hand. And say i as a westerner don't know these things but it didn't confuse me too much. I understand what it is. For a gangster to team up with a little girl seeking a woman who may or may not be the answer to both of their lives and it's also just shorthand in film like this to just make our main character little more heroic. You know it softens him you know he can be a big bad ass who's gonna kick the crap out of bad guys but he also has a soft side that he can take care of a young girl right in the meantime like we've already mentioned inspector dante is i think they're six storylines that's really the first and primary one in my mind. The second one is inspector dante. I think he's the guy that put curio away. Am i wrong. I get the sense win when they do meet up. They talk about how they've spent the last ten years. And i don't think this inspector is by being outside of prison had any happier time than career. You did inside. His wife left him and he has a pretty miserable. Live east the one character in this home movie. That seems to have an emotional. Beat i'm not going to say an arc because it never gets resolved but a beat. Now there we'll see. I mean it does have a final note where most of his drama is spent his. He's called in on a bank. Robbery is specifically in this red district. There are two guys in ski masks that have busted in taken hostages out of the employees. And there's an argument as to whether dot dante who is section four is in command of this over section one cops and again. This is cultural ignorance. My sense is that you know this is. Fbi versus street cop. I don't know but there's a argument about rank and they're all piled into a barber shop with the korean owner. Always trying to the humor is he's always trying to present them with. Don't beer and just make them play nice even though there's all this tension yeah i mean this. This is playing pretty well for comedy. Even though you know there's some language barriers there. I mean anybody can understand being cramped into this tiny little space in the hottest day of the year. Trying to be quiet. They're on a stakeout. It's working you know as somewhat tongue in cheek type of comedy for me here. I'm getting a few chuckles out of it. Yeah and getting some chuckles but the bank robbers. I mean it's funny. Because at times i'll find them rather amusing but there's like a huge thing about they want to shoot a hostage and they're just going to shout each other's name at each other and like push each other on the shoulder like kids in a beginning of a playground fight. Neither one of them wants to be the one to shoot the hostage. Yeah the cops. Themselves referred to them as a stand up comedian act and we're never to see them as anything different there. Bumbling crooks but it's worth pointing out in japan. Guns are very rare. Unlike america where you feel like anybody could get a gun and go in some place and try to rob it. It's a mystery as to how they even got these weapons and it will take a while before we meet the arms dealer. It creates this mystery. If you need another one because there's a lot of confusion about where are the guns coming from. That will be a later. Character will meet so with this bank robbery though. Is this connected to the ten billion yen missing. Because i feel like they went in and there was no money in the vault for them to steal crack because that money was supposed to be in there. Yes okay somebody withdrew money ten billion from a bank and the police talk about this. I mean it's easy to miss with subtitles and so much going on but apparently to withdraw ten billion yen to have that cash on hand the central bank had to pull all the cash out of the regional banks and so they chose to rob a bank on the day that the bank had no money. Okay right there's all slapstick but there is. It does build into that mystery of who took the money because then we'll find out that win. The truck left with all of the yen in it. It disappeared as well and the boss that owns all of this money. He's gone as well. Kazama is nowhere to be found so again. Was this an inside job. A lot of different angles here and one of the characters that we cut away too. I think one of the most mysterious takes the longest to figure out is park. We have this korean. Who's hanging out at a nightclub bleeding. Like just sitting there with his hand like dripping blood. he's being watched observed. I almost felt like he was a hostage for a while. But it just turns out that these men worked for the to- joe boss. They know that this korean wants to meet with the tow joe boss but they don't know where he is eventually. He just starts making delicious cocktails. Yeah as a way of saying thank you for bandaging my hand i do think park may be my favorite character in this movie. He doesn't say a whole lot. He doesn't accomplishable lot..

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"kazama" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"I kind of just don't want to give it to you. I okay. you'd be the second one two more curious what you got out of this because my plot summary i had to work really really hard to not be influenced by all the stuff i know from the games Because i got pretty deep into the world. Even if i didn't play a lot of the games that i wanted to do and so i know who all these characters are. I know what all of their beliefs are. But i don't think it's in the movie now. This could be fun. Let's let's see what we can make from this. Yeah just in new. Give it. Because i've seen the prologue you i'm assuming relatively cold. What did you see. I saw a lot of characters. And i wasn't sure which ones we're gonna come back which ones we should hang onto which ones we should pay attention to. It became pretty clear. Upfront that they call him. Ri- you throughout this movie is going to be our main character and i'm guessing. Is that a nickname. That shorting of kyrie. I thought they always said key writing. Maybe it's the translation you on your disk. I feel like there's a lot of different translations. And i saw where like some characters are named noguchi and in other versions. He's the same characters named mr dante. So maybe ryu is just your special cut. Yeah possibly. I never saw that i. They also have different names at times. Like there's a character in here. That is nikki yama but then they just start calling him nikki and he's got a big part in the prologue that you would never guess watching this movie. The whole reason. I watched the prologue is. I didn't even know the prologue existed till i the movie and then i saw that miki had been involved with that and i'm like do i need to see the prologue. Do i need that. Does anyone need that. Does justin need that in order to make sense of this movie. It's forty minutes. I mean less. You think this little promotional thing they did for the second game is like one of those twelve minute anime as that is put out in america. No this was a forty minute. Live action cheapest. Hell yeah the thing of it is is that you couldn't integrate it with this movie because it was done on mean. It looks like muddy. Vhs i mean the production values are so low. There's a whole market in japan of straight to dvd. I mean i guess. It's not untrue here in america where the they can just accept much lower technical standards and yeah believe that when they say that this was put out for that market. It really doesn't look. It doesn't have the same actors it doesn't have the same look or feel is not directed by miki so it was hard to connect to the prologue. If it weren't for the names of the characters. I wouldn't have been able to do it. That might have helped. Might cause more confusion because the first fifteen minutes of this is just being introduced to a slew of characters that i just. I'm having a hard time keeping straight like. I believe we start off with a bank robbery in progress with a bunch of cops were the next door where they across the street. Yes okay the way. I would look at it as this. It feels like one of those movies about a place you know if you saw the movie slacker. That's got like one hundred different characters coming in and out of it. It's all about austin taxes. That's the character. You're going to find out. Robert altman made a movie about. Nashville called nashville. Forty different characters. Coming in and out. And sometimes they bump into each other and their story lines intertwine. It feels very pulp fiction in that way. I mean you mentioned tarantino earlier. And i definitely feel like there's an influence of can you connect all these pieces. The do they connect. And what kinds of things do you imagine. The meanings are when you do that. Information would have been very helpful watching this movie. Because i think i was watching it. More like a guy ritchie fillmore. It's like we're being introduced all these disparate characters that may or may not bump into each other at some point and sometimes it's being played for laughs. Sometimes it's being played for dead serious drama but now that you're saying that's more about a place in that's a character that hopes put this whole thing into perspective. It does and doesn't you know the games themselves aren't really yes. The place is very important but the drama goes around with the people especially the first few games are very specifically about curio kazama and they get to be subplots and more characters as the games go on because the game developers started feeling like curios story was done. But that's many many years after this movie came out so this movie isn't trying to emulate the games where you have multiple people who you play at different times and while being about a place. I mean being about this neighborhood in tokyo the red light district on the hottest night either of the year or ever possibly is interesting but man. There's so many characters and so many of them never interact many of them. Do not matter. I'd say the thing that holds them together is yakuza. All their lives are impacted in some way by criminal underworld element. They'll all either be criminals or be inspired by criminals or coming out of jail. Having served time for being a criminal they they all seem to be connected to these mafia families in one way or another. that's the theme. I can tether everything too but yeah they don't all interact and i think we should start then with curio. He's the star of the game. He's the one in the prologue that gets all of the back story just to set up. What i saw aren't a you can fill this in. If i'm missing details. They go all the way back to nineteen eighty and he is an orphan. And i think he's an orphan because his parents were tied up in the mob he was either the victim of a yakuza crime and lost his parents and became an orphan or they were criminals and they got killed and because of that yakuza. Have this ethic. I would say that we need to take care of the people that we've orphaned and so they send them all to this nice sunflower farm. And that's where he's going to meet this girl that he'll be obsessed with for the rest of the movie yumi and he'll also make. This is the troubling joyce he has this best friend who were not gonna meet in this movie until the very end. I mean look like friends. And i don't know that it's ever clear why they had a falling out but what you learn is as they grow up and become more involved in the criminal life. This best friend killed someone that tried to sexually assault you. Me and our hero key ru took the blame for that. The reason why he went to jail was under false pretenses. He didn't do that murder. It was actually nishiki that did it. And so there's tension between them. But i would think if i were cure i'd be the one with the beef but does sheiky is the one throughout this movie that ascending goons to kill his old friend yet. If you're playing the game you start on the night of that murder. It's you younis birthday and yeah you're trying to get her a gift as curio and you end nikki our friends. You're both at this party. Then yeah later that night. Yumi gets kidnapped. Nikki goes to save her. But nikki has a sister. Who's in the hospital needing surgeries to save their life. And so curio says you need to be there for your family. I'm gonna take the blame for this. He serves ten years and then comes back out and that seems to be where this movie starts.

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"kazama" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Epicenter

"Taking a bit of the longer view. I believe like defi- definitely Started in syria. I think at at this point. I would say we're not going to. The world is not going to be exclusively theorem anymore and so sort of for us at any defy project. I think it would be inaudible in your interest to sort of focus on on one ecosystem and you already see like so many purchase coming up between different ecosystems where you ultimately just wanna make sure that you go where the liquidity is right and unfortunately like finance was seeing a lot of attention. I don't think that's gonna sustain But but i think other protocols other layer ones will billable bring interesting concepts and ideas that I think sort of similarly to how on cerium there was just insane. Been defy became really what it was to the interoperability right. Like any or see twenty token work with any other that meant you could use ave Deposits as collateral in another lending protocol. And you could vice versa. I mean everything worked together extremely well right and i think in the same way like crypto blockchain's they're going to succeed by focusing on exactly that making sure. Liquidity moves where it needs to end this available wherever necessary in for senator huge that means Acid originators underwriters. Sort of create these pools on sunday huge chain but then the investors the investors. They are really just wherever they want to be. And if that's if there's a need for kloten winemaker on theory than it can be true theorem. If it's if it's a money market on salona it can be on solano or it can move to another para chain polka-dot and so from from that from that you for us. I believe polka-dot were substrate was like very good technical solution. At the time he started and i still see a civil even. I mean extreme exciting now sort of the the point. Ecosystem is at For just about to find out like what what. The parrot chains are gonna mc wakened production in the coming weeks one sniffing has been to see in in the polka-dot consistent. Miss that kazama seems Taking on much significant role over time than maybe initially was envisioned. And you also starting this al-tair so this other kind of centrifuge like chain on bislama. Some curious How is that going to work. And how do you think the the centrifuge para chain and to kusov para chain are gonna play together. It's been super interesting to see how much excitement has built around crew some as a project and like you said. I don't think the polkadot team necessarily that coming but it's it's posed a really great opportunity for a lot of projects to get excitement around their precursors to what they would launch on polkadot. So i i do think at least most of the projects that i've spoken to do see kusaba as the more experimental sort of testbed where things can go wrong. They can push the limits really of what's possible before it goes live on their polkadot pair chains. And so that's exactly what we see. Alturas is really a place for experimentation pushing the boundaries of of what sort of things are possible so Drawback to something that that we talked about earlier today financing for example your reputation that something that's may be pushing the limits a little bit of what's possible today in asset financing and so. That's something that i would see as use case that would go live on all tear. I and really tested out. See what happens before it moves over to centrifuge chain. So i think for me. It's really exciting to us. All terrorists that sort of test bed and try things out that maybe we wouldn't otherwise be able to on centrifuge chain super interesting. I have a question around the economic guarantees of having a governance token and basically the market cap of that governance token and the values that ultimately. It's what are your thoughts as to this. I mean i think it's super super difficult to estimate any sort of market cap for governance only took in and i've seen a lot of the season projects out there trying to do this Usually they try to back into it based on some other sort of understanding of the token like another use case that it has or or how this has worked for other projects and then just using that as a comparison which is really inaccurate. So i think it does add value. That's for sure. What sort of valued ads. I think is heavily dependent on how it's used for the project specifically so if that governance token is instrumental to upgrades for that product. It's going to be a lot more valuable of governance token that something that's really just focusing on minor things like members of the council or transaction fees that of a product that barely gets any use at all so i think there are a lot of differences there that that can be looked at in compared but in terms of a quantitative assessment. I think that's still super difficult to determine right now. But that said i would say we've definitely looked at valuation models for the centrifuge token not looking at the governance aspect of it. So really just looking at the transaction fees on center. Few shane and modeling. What those could look like over time and really giving this token a use case in addition to that so adding feature functionality. They won't mention today just so that we don't get ourselves in a hot place but it's definitely something that we're thinking about that. This token needs to have future use cases future utilities. And certainly not just governance. I would.

"kazama" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Phone number. Now we get to Kyle in Carson, California. Sorry, Kyle. Leo Laporte Here. Thanks for hanging on. Thank you for taking my call. Of course. Yesterday I received delivery of a new Um Samsung, 5 12, how exciting And there's nothing there to tell me how I can't even turn it on. I don't know how to do it is there I put it back in the box and waited to call you. Oh, my goodness. Yes, I can. What is it A Samsung? 5 12. What? Tablet tablet. I'm tablet. Oh, good. Okay. So is it. Is it a note s? What model Tablet. Do you know off the top of your head? 5 12 just how much storage? I think. Um, Galaxy seven galaxy. There we go. There's the word I wanted. So it's a galaxy seven. I'm just gonna I'm looking and pull up the picture of it. There should be a button on it. First thing you've got to make sure it's charged. They shipped a charger within the cable, right? Yes, There were some extra things that I didn't know what they were for. This is your first tablet. This is very exciting, Kyle. Well, I have my my secondary question on that. Are there any books out there? I can buy Kazama book person like it. Buy a book that would give me lots of information. Like I know I like you, but I don't think you're gonna need a book. But I think once you turn it on, it should be fairly apparent. I actually Don't know if there's a book specific to that. Model. Here's the thing. I mean, it's pretty simple in that box. They'll be ah thing that plugs into the wall and there'll be a cable that plugs into that thing that plugs into the wall and the other end of that cable plugs into the galaxy. And you you want to do that, And you don't want to let it charge up. And you want to let it charge it for a few hours because these things come somewhat charge, but usually only about half right, so you don't want to charge that all the way up? Then is you Look around on the edge of that tablet, they'll be a button. There probably are at least three buttons. They'll be a rocker button. That's the volume control for up and down. But they'll be a single button. And while it's charging you could do this, press that button and hold it for a second or two until you see the Samsung logo once you see the or pardon me. What's the pence or the pin for that's for drawing on the screen? Was this. Was this a gift? No, I Borden paid for $1000. Well, you know, they don't come with manuals, alas. In the in the box. But there is an online manual for this. So, um, I would you can. Do you have another computer. Is this your only computer? Well, I've got a regular lab. Okay. So on the laptop, you could search for the model of tablet that that is. And they'll be they'll be Emmanuel Online. Unfortunately, these these days they give you a little brochure. That probably doesn't even have any text. It just has pictures have had to plug it in. Charge it and turn it on. You should find that And you are real. I would go to, um Samsung dot com. And then um, So is it. The tab s seven. Is that the one? You got her cabin short for cab? Uh, tablet, right? Yep. But they call him a tab. Your galaxy tabs. And it's the s seven. You got 5 12 gigs. So I'm thinking you probably got The s seven. Plus, I'm thinking, OK? So you could actually just don't Google. Samsung Galaxy s seven plus Manual actually don't say at seven. Plus because that's a phone and you're just a tab as seven. Plus Galax. Samsung is really confused. It's the galaxy as seven is a phone the galaxy tab as seven is a tablet. You're gonna Google Tech galaxy Tab s seven plus Manual, and that'll take you right to the place that Samsung dot com where there's Emanuel. That's a little closer to a book deal. It'll give you a little more information. It's not huge. I'm looking at it right now. It's it's not very big, but at least we're for that unit. Nope, It's all on there. You're actually good shape. You turn it on. It'll boot up. And.

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"kazama" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And she goes. That's my mother's Day present. Thank you very much. I'm like I'm cool. I'm cool with that, right. You're covered? Yeah. Yesterday wife said she wanted flowers for we've got three Flower planting device things out on the porch and what she did flowerpots flowers. Oh, Complicated with flowers way. Put them in there. At least one kid ended up with more dirt on him, but the flowerpots pictures were taken. So, basically, you guys have had a do it yourself Mother's Day. This is what I want. Yeah, we're clear. Now we've gone. This is the furthest ahead of the game. I've been on a holiday years. Yeah, we've gotten beyond the whole mother's Day was a big deal when the kids were younger, and my wife is a new mom And it was all that now It's just like, Look, I'm getting myself some patio French. Er, Thank you very much. Good night. Have a good day. The reason I bring this up in particular is a story that came out on fox business dot com that the National Retail Federation You guys tell me this cannot be true. This is a survey. No, no, but they published another dated holiday spending forecast that says Shifters. Are going to spend an average of $220.48 a mother's day present about right The card. The card alone is about $153. Yeah, 6 73. If you get it, there's different places Ways to go. But still she strangely specific that you would know that exact number. Did you purchase a card recently? There by special cards for my wife, You know, kind of expensive with some other people. Maybe I go to dollar tree. I'm just saying you could find good cards there. I mean, you know, but I'm just saying $220. Okay, Scotty, you're here because you got the patio furniture. Well, but you, you know, you factor in okay, standard standard fare from my wife. She loves, um the lilies and she loves stargazer lilies. Favorite flower. Never go wrong with those who like it was a combination of roses. Big deal until they've got a bunch of extra light. Don't think I wasn't gonna ask using those, uh, really understanding the winner's circle like using those, uh, greatest Churchill Downs had, like a little You know, Spring cell on Monday after Derby and said, Hey, get what you want here, but she gently used Garland when last quiz was tossing roses. At the crowd like that. Everybody was a bridesmaid. I'm like, Let me run and grab some of those real quick. Um, but they had, but my wife loves She loves that around. She's always in a good mood when you get to that, and she's a huge Pino know our drinker. So I have found this secret little wine shop here locally. That is outstanding where the and I don't know that the guy working there even listens to the show. But this guy is my go to and every time I walk, Kazama white winter I love Italian white. So every time I walk in there, I'm like, Dude, I want to go into Pino. What do you recommend? I mean off the top of his head. This guy starts recommending stuff. And so that's usually standard fare from my wife's always good when you have that when you have that one person that could help you there, So the top three gift categories are flowers, greeting cards and special outings. I guess special outings is gonna be, you know, some kind of fancy restaurant, but The average in America $220 it? What did they do? The survey in San Francisco or something? I mean, That's a lot of money, but you gotta figure they're averaging. Now they're averaging nationwide. That's what it's not just because it's cheap in Louisville doesn't that's not necessarily gonna be the standard around the country? Your your New York's Chicago's Ella's Miami's So on are going to be your that's gonna It's like the smart kids that always jacked up the curve on tape. Yeah, and $220. Sounds about right if you're going to get If you're going to get once you factor in, especially if you have kids because you always have to buy for the kids. You have to buy the cards for the kids because they don't Last thing they want to do is pick out cards. Some kids do, though, but you've got to buy all the cards. You can easily spend 40 bucks on cards alone, Right? And then you start. I've got it to the point Now where my kid is a condition that if the car has a fart joke, he gets it..

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"kazama" Discussed on Faffing with Friends

Faffing with Friends

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Faffing with Friends

"The problem with me is that i probably haven't played enough games to have felt sadly enough games. Like you guys have to. Obviously dachshunds definitely made me especially But i wanted to mention you know. I remember her name. I think it was. Jane kittle james. Assassin's creed black flag. Yes yes yes yes. When she dies that did make me cry in light. I will say the scene at the end where you see all the people that have died. The characters you met have died at the table at the end of the game. That almost not to me. I felt like a Like my heart being wrenched. 'cause you're sitting there. The song starts play. Think i'm bonnie singing it. Yeah or someone is you see all these these characters that i love a lot of their great characters that games one of the better assassins gradient and you see the ball around the table. Look at you going like go live your life by were holy. Volt died in terrible. Tragic spoiling sporting everything. You know it's twenty fourteen. Yeah but yeah. That's one moment. They i think in the whole assassin treat series. That's that one in wednesday. Yes not issues family when seo fines out year in. I don't know why that note did make me cry. But that's one of the few moments in the series right. Felt like actually emotional kazama assassin's creed. One was one of the first games. I had three sixty so. I've replayed it locks because i had hit halo three in like a racing game so i replayed one a lot so i actually really liked outliers..

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"kazama" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"kazama" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"So for those. Who don't know i have long held that it's a very weird thing that that bucky barnes jack monroe and Rick rick jones all look exactly alike like with photographic memory. Look at them and say oh. And which and that. And when you get into the revamped it definitions of who bucky was it. Something becomes ideas g. What is you had a being and gave them a sidekick that they felt obliged to and could you steer a superpower being by manipulating controlling a sidekick as an asset. And so if you're remember was believe it was in batman v superman was it that apparently was jimmy olsen in man of steel. No okay so it was completely wasted. Character really wasted cameo complained about. It's like yeah you probably jimmy olsen for five minutes he killed. Yeah yeah but the idea that okay. What if you actually did say you know what we can superman. Oh he's reporting. What have we sent him. A nation to protect someone. That's going figure out his secret. But say. don't worry old chum. I'll keep your. I'll keep your secret kazama loyal young lad and somebody will okay loyal young lad. You keep my secret and you'll be my partner. You'll be my best. Tau peter parker. You'll be my best tale jimmy olsen and then it's like well actually know there's some deep state crazy manipulation. That's an interesting story. They didn't do that. In batman. V superman they coulda but they didn't the conducted men menace steal too because i think he was a reporter in that so you could have introduced this idea that there's a superman in that high i'm jimmy olsen. I'm a ticket. You could have done these ideas and explore them. But they didn't and maybe mara will be doing that. Maybe marvel's going to be saying that. Yeah you know. Peter parker with his super spy parents. Living in queens has established storyline. Maybe maybe maybe. My sister kills uncle baton. Just give them that. Dr baxter's will you know my uncle got killed by rabbi the other day i just gotta protect my aunt season feeble aggregate. If i took the pictures of you super guys. I could make money for my answer. Why don't you take pictures of me little boy. That's weird trap and that's where it goes to nets. That could be a brilliant story. I hope they export. I hope they explore that as an idea. I don't wanna see. Microwaves say they don't want this. The things i never want this stuff to get out because i wanna see it and be right later. I want to be like the second who says. Go back to what i said tall years ago. I said that knew. He did the time sampras correct. It's only a one shot or the one show. Well that's not even okay. But but you see. Peter parker could be throughout it but the one chat could be where they do the reveal so he's always say. Hey hi period. Let me get picture jeevan after his character's name but gee mr double double syllable mark mark milton. I think is g mr milton. You hugh and that that lady reported have a crazy time together And let me take. Let me just go along on. This report is going at. Oh yes kaz heroes reborn. The amazing shutterbugs but written by marc bernardin who podcast with kevin smith. So this is being written by. Podcasters should ask him. We should see if he wants to talk about effort. I them but you know what was already on. Kevin smith podcasts about it but yeah we'll featuring peter parker following his favorite hero hyperion in stead of being a wall crawler. He's just reporter at the daily bugle however he will get a chance to meet with his idol but the previews suggests that something will go wrong. He tries to get a snapshot during the heart of the action. Okay well we'll drop ability on him. Which happens you know. I'm just saying as a story concept. The idea of ingratiating a sidekick to a hero is a brilliant move that any smart evil corporation or government should do so he so righteous of the world. I give you this gift making jimmy in a deep deep state mode because honestly if you think about it if you think about stuff like the boys with a make the point that the only thing that these that when these characters have a connection that thing means so much to them why i wouldn't you manufacture those connections for that you know not for nothing that is the entire part line of the black widow a she was a honeypot. And you can make all kinds of honeypots out their kids and you just have to observe and note and watch and build your little truman. Show around your superhero. So that superhero has their little their little best. How and the best pal ten direct them and to be fair. And mrs. I bet you the best pal is better than the honeypot because the honeypot always seems like they might be after something. Good to be true exactly but the best pal watch. I just want to take pictures of you mr milton. I just want to help you out and get the story of your greatness to everybody. I'm tanya so that's a plot line gets someone should pursue pursue it here only shot sahil okay Another item quick here is a george pierce georgia toward saint-pierre the guy who plays bass rock in the mcu is saying he really wants to work more than actor and that's great. I hope he can act. I think he can he. He actually had a nice dialogue with chris. Evans it's a back and forth. And it's believable. You know he doesn't say a lot but you believe it and he then does all the things that patrick should do. Now he's saying. I want to play backtracks a lot but i would love to see more batroc in the mcu. I think he. I think he's actually infocomm. Winter soldier isn't he. Is that confirmed. I'm not sure..

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"kazama" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:25 min | 2 years ago

"kazama" Discussed on WGN Radio

"G N radio here in Chicago, starting what would become one of the longest runs in broadcasting history. At the end of 2020 O'Ryan. Will it long last begin that retirement. He has so richly earned through good times and bad. He's been there for us for 60 years. Thank you, Viggo. Always the very definition of what it means to be. Chicago's very own. You have the time of your life. Bob Surat on this Friday morning. 5 39 Thank you so much for joining us here on this busy Friday morning. Going to be a gorgeous day. More details on that in a bit, But first, let's get two Big O's agribusiness. Brief Good morning quite a day in the soy bean market at the Board of Trade yesterday. As soybean futures hit four year highs, thanks to continued dryness in the South American crop area, raising supply concerns at a time of some pretty brisk Chinese demand. And corn and wheat if their highest in more than a week again strong demand and concerns about the supply. So what's check prices of the board of Trade? First of all? We ended with a December wheat gun dragged up three and three quarters since $6.9 and three quarters since December corn up three cents, ending the day at $4.8 and the quarters and so bushel. In November soybeans gained 22 cents a bushel to close a penny over $11 livestock futures at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. We saw the December Li Na gun tracked and 87. Cents higher per 100 Wade, December lied Candle of 45 cents a hundredweight. And the November of theater tattle. Khan tried, however, and the lower Down 12 cents, hundredweight. So that's how the market's closed and we're still waiting for the final word on the outcome of the presidential election and one of the topics of conversation in the agricultural community. The news that we had yesterday. That Congressman Collins Peterson, the Minnesota Democrat who was chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, lost his bid for re election. The new chairman will be a Democrat because the party in power generally gets seniority on the committee chairman, and so we're going to watch that. How's Agriculture Committee appointment very carefully. That's AG biz. Have a great day. I'm O'Ryan Samuelson. Thank you very much. Big O always appreciate that 31 to 91 7200. Have you coped with the stress of this week? I haven't said a load of Iquique accusing yet in the traffic center. I don't know if you're helping with the stress any anyway, I guess it's just by putting your head down and going to work every morning. Oh, yeah. Always come here a little bit earlier than everybody, But, yeah, it's a hectic on my side here this morning. You doing any stress eating stress drinking? I don't know what you have, like four shots of expressive. Copy. I was wondering where you were going with that. I was hoping it wasn't going another direction. Well, you know, it is Friday. It is Friday. Yeah, that extra boost. I got a question for you is I have an article from box looking at alcohol sales. Oh, yeah. One of those day. Yeah, right. I definitely did that. So would your guess be that alcohol sales were higher in Blue states. Or in red states on Election day. Red red states, Vicky says Red States Steve, You gotta guess Red states and blue states who was ordering more booze. I'm going to say it's the blue states. Steve goes Blue. Dave, You gotta break this time. What do you think? I'm going to stay blue? They're going to save voice. You are essential in some tension here. I want you to know Vicky, that was nothing. George nothing towards me. I know. I'm just popping in here. Coming up on Stephen Dave, the baton. Okay. All right. Well, the answer is, according to drizzly, which is an alcohol delivery company, Blue states seeing a 75% in Greece Election night. I imagine a lot of people in Blue states singing Ding. Maybe the blue states were, I don't know. Think about 2016 worried about things. They thought they had it in the bag. 2016. They were worried about 2020. And of course, here we are. A few days later. I want to see this report as it keeps going Because now election night has really stretched into election week on DH could pee on that. Hand it out. We might get some sort of a resolution. Maybe today, maybe this weekend. I don't think we'll have any ultimate resolution. Of course, with the president. Threatening and actually going through its of legal challenges will could keep uncovering that. The news blocks but Oh, yeah, It could be something, but, well, I have an article in front of me about stress eating, and I think the gist of it is because I know we're coming up on whether though, is you can enjoy some stress eating. That's fine. But don't overdo it, so don't Pre portion your snacks they recommend. So have little Tupperware's full of pistachios or chips and just have those sizes there because I opened up a bag of Cheez its or something like that. That whole thing is going to be gone. But if I can separate them a little bit, maybe that'll Maybe that'll do the trick. How's that mounds? Candy bar back going? Steve? Is that all the way three other? You still got plenty in there. I'm sorry. What was the question? The mounds candy bag bar. You still got a few in there? I'd been counting so many things this morning that I haven't counted that bag. But if you want with 99% still There are about 50 of them Left. Looks like if you go back the other way That could be you know it's a red bag. But maybe it'll be blue by the night, Joe. I can tell you the votes are dwindling. Forget about liquor. You got candy? Yeah. Alright, Here's a Segway speaking a counties. We might get to the seventies here today throughout the day, right, Mr Kazama? Yeah, it looks like maybe a high near 73 today, which would be a little bit better than yesterday but still gusty winds today up near 20 MPH. Clear skies over night tonight a low down to 50 and then mostly sunny tomorrow and on Sunday High tomorrow 72.

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"kazama" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"kazama" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You're only 27 of the superstar once. I just think Shack was in on the joke Got that is kind of ridiculous that they made this much money for wearing pajamas and shooting a ball through a hoop. Like he realized how funny it was. He didn't care that she's Kazama doctor that steal stuff like He enjoyed the ruined it all. And I do feel like Kobe. I think he started getting in at the end when he lost some of his skills and when he got hurt, and when he realized it was fleeting, But I just think during these years, he did not get the enjoyment out of it. That shocked it. Not even close. Jeff Pearlman is joining us, Jeff, I gotta ask you. This is a huge mad dog. Mark Mattson house. How would you describe the relationship between shack and Mark Mattson? Aw, you guys the best be that he is the best. I love that you love Mark no longer love him. He's the best. All right, so The shack Madsen relationship is the best relationship in the history of sports. Only slight exaggeration. So first of all, When you know, I wrote a book about the Showtime Lakers and a C green famous Virgin arrives in L. A. And the Lakers have made his life miserable, You know, like their goal is Basically, they have him have sex. And corrupt him. Mark matches shows up and he's a Mormon and he did a mission in Spain and he's really nice. Shakin decides. I'm going to be his Mormon matchmaker, and they'd be flying on their commercial on there. Ah, private jets to wherever they're going Charter flight. And there's a couple of flight attendants and shock would be like a excuse me. Are you Mormon like? No, he Mark Mattson told me he would come into like he'd show up. In the Lakers front office, and maybe there'll be some of women working there. Maybe like your Mark Mattson and you know again, like Shack was in here the other day, and many of us are born. They want to set us up. He was just Jack. Bottom suit. Sachs took him out for dinner. And everyone loved him. Like Kobe Bryant was not the most generous guy with money. He just wasn't and they had a secret Santa one year where you couldn't spend more than 100 bucks. And he bought Mark match into suits. Everyone loved Mark Majin. Apartment. Of course. I mean, everybody does. Everybody still loves Mark. Matt. All right, there's another guy got and again, Jeff. I could do this for hours. There's somebody I have to ask you about. What was it like? When you went to interview J. R Rider All right, the best So I am. Every now and then I knock on doors if I don't have a phone number, and it's always a little scary knocking on stranger doors, You know, you don't know what you get. I didn't have a phone of J. R writer, but I had a At an address and I was in Arizona, and he lives in Arizona and writers kind of intimacy in my world for sort of kind of threatening to kill two different writers work offering the threat. I know where you live, and I know where your family lives. But I kind of wanted to talk to jail. Right? So I have an address. I knocked on his door. I am Sorry, Jeff. I I never ever interrupt anybody, much less a good friend like you and someone I respect so much. I want to make the point. That is a very bold move. By the way, that is an extremely courageous move for you. Just a bang on J. R writer's door. I want to make that very clear. I just like knocking. I know it's weird. It's kind of like being in really bad turbulence on the flight. There's something about the knock on the door. That's kind of exciting. And I do always tell my wife I'm gonna be, though just in case number three of the J R Rider list, so but I appreciate that. So I I'm not going to door kid answers I'm like, Hey, my name is Jeff Is there a writer? Here he goes. Hold on. Woman comes to the door. I have my USFL book with me. I'm like, Hey, my name is Jeff and I'm a writer, and I'm trying to find the right of the book. Hold on. One second door closes. People were yelling at each other behind the door, man and woman doesn't sound good door opens there's J. R rider. Like Who are you? Hey, my name is Jeff Pearlman and I'm a writer. It stops me. He's like Grow. Bro. No, No, no, no. No. Wrote youjust want you. You just drive up. Not no grown man. No, That's not it. He opens the door and it comes out like, bro. I'm telling you, that is not cool, man. You did not just come up. What's that book you've got? It's a book I wrote about the USFL. That that that's the Trump League. Yeah. What do you are you writing about? Like what? I'm doing a book about the shack O b r a drunk, you know. My man. I'll talk to you Let me give you my number, and we'll do it over the phone. They gave me two hours and he was so nice and fantastic and he is right when when he is, I don't want this to be misconstrued. When I say to you. It was a very bold move to knock on this guy's door. It makes it sound like this guy's really, really bad guy. He's a legend Jr writer is one of most fascinating guys, and he's an absolute legend on and off the floor. That's what makes that story. So amazing. I mean, I wonder what if What if you had brought the Cowboys book or the book are like, Why was the USFL book a source of fascination to him? I have no, babe, because you know the election that happened a couple years only Trump. I don't I don't actually know it was funny. It's Guys like him like Rodman played for the Lakers during this period. I love that. I love the central value stuff. I love those friends. Really interesting court. You guys like that? So finally, what about Phil Jackson? He's got when you talk about the media, right? He's got a pretty interesting reputation. When it comes to the media. How did you go about getting time with him? And what was that experience like? I was awesome, so Jeanie Buss has always been very nice to me one of the Lakers and e mailed her and I said, You know, I'm doing this book and I'm really trying to reach Phil. And she was nice. She said. Well, let me e mail it for you and your army back. He said. When you want to talk, and I said, Can I fly out to Montana and talk to you? And he said, Sure. One of the Montana and I met him at a coffee shop. And the first thing I said I was like, I just want to thank you for doing this and yours are not doing it for you. I'm doing it for Kini. And I was like a crap. This isn't gonna be great. I thought we'd take a ride around the lake Flathead Lake. I think And And use like he's like, I thought I'd take you for a while. Then we stopped for lunch, and we continue to rise about around like he's like You want to come back to my house, like, sure, go back to his house. Going on imports Cat calling on imports just like walking on Still Jackson's head while I talk to him. He's great. He owes me kind of want to kidnap. You Wanna go get dinner later? He's like, all right, Meet me at six. We'll get dinner. He could not have been nicer, more gracious. One interesting. Probably talked 40% about Lakers 60% about life basketball, not basket books. Travel just one of the most unique and interesting as yes, he lives up to the hype as Faras presented the interesting Elements. Chef Perlman is a New York Times best selling author. He is sold many, many books, The latest book, three Ring Circus, Kobe, Shaq, Phil and The Crazy Years of the Lakers Dynasty is going to come out tomorrow. And shoot, just like I said, I could do that for hours. Although we went pretty heavy, great job. Can't wait for that book to drop officially, and I always appreciate friendship in the relationships. You have great job. Thanks. My name for you. Thanks so much. Jeff Pearlman. That's good, Good stuff. Really good stuff. Amazing anecdotally and some great great great stories from back in the day I think about the guys were talking about we start with a Samaki walker story. The club said Story. J. R Rider Kobe, Shaq, Phil Mark Madsen. So good. The dynamic between Shaq and Kobe and is heavy as we went deeper dives that was for this program. I'm insensitivity iceberg. There is so much more to that short time out. We'll come back. The next segment is a short segment. And then I've got Robert Lucidity. Stay tuned..

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"kazama" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

Monsters In The Morning

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"kazama" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

"A ton of really inspiring an amazing Pirate radio stations. There's a couple of northern California that we're really popular South Florida there's a they're all over the and it's a you know it's like I'm a fan of theirs but I gotta be careful how I support them because you know where I work. Yeah wondering if this kid is getting in trouble now. That's making news. You know setting houthem Jim in each thirty thousand dollars per frontline workers which I think is trying to God bless you brother. I'm trying to find the start because like people around the term Pirate Radio Station. But like if this guy is you. If he's kid is using a low wattage. Fm Am signal. That's actually allowed nowadays. The term pirate station doesn't always mean exactly you know and so power to him. The kids figured out how to get a signal and then there's other thing this code quote Unquote Pirate Radio Stations. That only exist on the Internet and sometimes pirate means a fun loving Disney movie elaborate. Everything that is raping and pillaging one way. It's Johnny Depp are only pirates. That what I think about our. You're listening to blackbeard in the morning. Atalanta GOES INTO NUMBER ONE MORNING. Show so Story from overnight is your homeland of Denmark is in the new now what we do now. We're the Florida of Europe. Yeah they goof on Denmark a lot of Denmark Guven but it's it's a lot because like Denmark is just in a better position than a lot of Denmark is now letting people back into the country and letting people go visit other other significant others. So that know they were. Shut down for a while. You couldn't go into the country. Couldn't couldn't leave your house and go visit other people. Well they now. There are a lot of youtube but in order to do so. You have to prove that you're in love with them by showing them a love letter from the person for a some sort of proof of a relationship in photographs so so you have to prove there's love between you kind Denmark craziness that how does one prove love like if I had to show like okay. I'd be like a show my text messages. I guess too but all my text messages between me and my five year relationship girlfriend or like they don't they're not loving it all. This is your bed at ten forty. I didn't demarcus letting people into the country that see to see their significant others but the only way they can go is if they show a love letter or some sort of a visual proof that there is a relationship out visual broom like banging out in front of the Denmark junk sell fees like. Oh I love that blows my mind. I mean like right under the ridiculous Denmark Story. There's a ridiculous Florida people story that is in the State of Florida These sex doll companies are have run out of sex dolls during the pandemic. I mean like the whole thing or just the important part they they they come. Assemble them so I'm sure I'm sure they've got like extra arm honestly. I didn't know you have to assemble them. Well they don't just blow them up. Isn't that the whole? It depends on what ask. I think he's blowing them up homes. I don't know that you have to put them together. I don't think he's had like he knows it done news stories on this before we talked about the broth that wanted to open. That was all sex dolls which I thought was an amazing idea. Super Expensive on the part of the parts detached so you can put them in the dishwasher and clean them. Yeah I'm just wondering if the whole like you said gross you had sex doll not blow up doll blood doll very different thing. I guess you're right. Says sex doll so Those dolls have emotions that you can attach them a up dollars just ridiculous party fund. It's a gift. You know sex doll. You have a relationship with a beloved. I don't want to fill it up with helium and then do what you do to it and then everybody knows what you did afterwards. That's what I liked. It is usually Florida the Florida Denmark to Most ridiculous places in the world mark is of. That's why I'm the ultimate Florida and I'm still trying to make this pool. Truck Party happened and I got some. I got some leads on that. How'd that go over the weekend? Did you hit your your your pool in the back of your truck man. I was saving all that for Monday. Why don't you just do that? Then they don't work out. Just do them when you say how I celebrate. The fallen troops on a Memorial Day is my business so that that was my plan to deal with sit out. I had a flag. Everything ready to go so you did not do any Monday. We could sit out in the rain. I mean there's nothing more sad than sitting in a truck bed pool in the incomplete son. It just just ridiculous. That's actually a luke. Comb Song more sand and sit in your pool in the rain pretty love. We are better than as bad as a pretty sad. Yeah now that I like to save the. I don't WANNA use the pool every day. The get sick of it right. I'm accent sense man. I'M GONNA make this truck bed. Social Assistance meet up happen. You Still WanNa do a big a big event. Yes where people go out with their truck bed pools and you all sit together. And just drink. In the back of your. It can be Social Disney and I found. I found I water company that they drive. The weird is the water doesn't cost any money. They just charge for the delivery. Well okay so big water truck to come and fill up. Everybody's pool is in the truck bed and then just hang out and have some beers and stuff and I'm trying to I'm trying to find actual bar that way we can buy drinks and like get him delivered to your truck bed pool so you went to play. Got A big parking lot where everybody can just drive a and you'll have the water. Come and fill up there and then just sit there and drink. Yes you know. There have been weird or dreams. That's not. That's not know it's doable room. Because I was the biggest thing that I was talking about. 'cause you can't really go on the better you can't. It's your bed pool. Other people are getting in your trumpet kidding. But yeah things like this is gonNA catch on. Let me ask you questions if you have fifty trucks showing fifty monster fans and they all the there in the back. And they're drinking out of the fifty. What percentage you think are GONNA get up to go inside to go to the bathroom a we we not number two obviously having is GonNa do right there in the pool. I would say thirty seven. Go to the bathroom ongoing. Forty eight out of fifty. But that's the only two only to get up and go to the bathroom inside the rest right there in the back of the truck. Maybe but again you're in your own bed pool. You don't get into other people's bed pools in. Hopefully you know you're in a inflatable pool already. Like a kiddy pool is already inherently nasty. Because it's not chlorinated and your your butts are in it. Are You GonNa Bring Chlorine Tab according tab for you show up I will bring you chlorinated? Pool water anchor. I can guarantee ain't coming. That'll no come on man and then we haven't circle or like a line and we have a performer in the middle. Maybe like a band or like And steel drums. Rum's now this is my dream okay. And it's all about shooting for like what you can achieve and Dumdum fifty person truck bed pool party. I feel like I can achieve. I think he can make. Are you looking for a location? Or you're looking for the last piece of the puzzle. Yeah they're dying for but I need to clear that whole parking lot. That's the thing would need a clear right now because the movie theaters closed and everything is closed. That's a great idea and I don't have to go far which is always a bonus in my world. Yeah well you don't believe in me. And that's frustrating. No no I know. I don't believe in promotions anymore because promotions have been shut down here so many times You know that's I don't believe in it. It's that you Ryan needs you to like. Just rub his data a sack Yang. Come on Dad. Why don't you believe in me? Kazama Austin is it because my ideas of fellowship of everyone gets together. You know all the kids from the block. You don't think I got what it takes to put the biggest. Most best is trump party. The world has ever seen together here. Do Ya. Please tell me you believe in me. It would make me feel so good. I'm waiting for a response to I wanted to talk to Orbit Ryan. How it's not you don't believe in its promotions. In General Scan Venit Orphan Ryan it is like a real version of or Iran. Because this is this is hurts me? I come up with this idea. People love the messages social media and no one's behind it. Yeah Mr Ross always told me whatever I put my mind to I could achieve but Franken Stein on top of buildings I can put that. Frankenstein can have a number one radio show when I talk about party and Punch resumes. I can do it now just because I wanNA have a truck parties in the middle of a parking lot at a wing place. You says. I can't do it on Mr Russ asked me right here right. Hey put it together I will promote it like a champ. We Y- pool though because I know you're going to be three Mr Russ Hip Hip Hooray Pip cooling. All my friends. We email to answer when we come back. Don't go anywhere you're listening to mourn.

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"kazama" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

14:22 min | 3 years ago

"kazama" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And it was like what do you have. At and T.. Verizon T. mobile who's got what you know and there were a bunch of us and we were all just like what's the deal you know Kinda holding it up to the ceiling and it turns out that we didn't have cell service because these stupid companies. Wouldn't you know out a little bit of of money to to pat on a generator to these cell towers. So when the power goes down you go okay well. I can't use my laptop but I at least I have long as you know the sort of like my phone's battery pack still working or I could sit in my car and charge my phone. No actually not at all. We didn't have anything it was. It was sort of walking around on completely useless and when you are worried about literal physical safety that is unacceptable. Well but Steve Large the head of the CIA back in two thousand eight Who helped the move against this? Onerous regulation pointed out that the carriers don't want their networks not to run during times of emergency. He said we believe that. Having the flexibility to adapt to unique emergency situations nations will better serve. American wireless feel better served. No I feel like a bunch of companies said. Hey let's sue the government so that we you don't have to put some money towards making our infrastructure better and people will suffer because of that because we were just cheap and horrible people. I know I'm being a little dramatic but it's like it's hard not to feel that way about argue against the sediment no look look this is a a literal life or death situation for some people and it is made worse by the power goes out you have situations where People who are dependent on machines to to live their life either comfortably at all now all of a sudden have less of a manner to do that and and on top of it. You can't use any kind of mobile data to alert or or You know preserve your life. It is disgusting. What is happening? Look and the thing is is having cell service would not have made fires go away right. It's this is this is where information is crucial. Crucial kind of I kind of get some service and get some people. Were asking me if I was okay. I wasn't able to answer them. I was doing the same for other folks. I couldn't get a hold of there is there's there's there there is a real importance like yeah. We can turn the lights on got it. That's not going to happen. That's not coming back. Oh this is this is not what we're talking about here but but when people are panicking and scared and trying to scramble to figure out what's going on with life and you know where's as the good information coming from for a company to be like you know we just didn't want the government to make us make our cell towers better. We just wanted to do it on our own terms. I'm just not do it is is it just unforgivable. Yeah Forget forget about whether there should be regulation to make them do. They said we'll do it and they didn't. We just know about it here in California but it also happened in other hurricane areas software Aquinas have have implemented this some haven't This was supposed to be. He fixed eleven years ago. And it hasn't and somebody needs to explain why that didn't happen folks if you want to get all of the tech headlines each stay in about five minutes be sure to subscribe to daily tech headlines Dot com now for a lighter topic in September facebook's Clegg said that facebook does not submit speech by politicians to independent fact checkers and allows it on the platform even when it might otherwise breach normal content rules but but noted there are more stringent rules where the speech endangered people so there is a line or when it was advertising. This this is because he says facebook doesn't want to be a referee over what political speech should be allowed so it generally with exceptions consider speech from politicians to be newsworthy. Clegg also wrote route. When a politician shares previously debunked content including links videos and photos we plan to demote that content display related information from factors and checked its inclusion and in advertisements so there has been some exaggeration of what's going on facebook doesn't allow you to say whatever you want just because it's a political statement they don't allow you to say whatever you want just because it's a political ad but it is much looser and they say that's because they don't want to be accused of picking sides? They want to be very hands off. So that debate has been raging since Nick Clegg posted this in September. Obviously Mark Zuckerberg has testified in front of Congress and big grilled. What about it? He's given speeches about it. Wednesday twitter took themselves out of the idea of having to referee political ads by saying it just wouldn't take them. We mentioned this. On yesterday's yesterday's show Jack Dorsey said machine learning based optimization of messaging and micro targeting unchecked misleading information deep. Fakes are among the reasons that he just. It thinks. It's a no win scenario so twitter's just not going to take political ads case closed pinterest. Tick Tock also decided not to take political ads. So that's that's it right. That's the solution. Just don't take political ads. Well Casey Newton the verge rights. I expect twitter to have great trouble. Distinguishing what is an issue ad ad from what is not expect to see many false positives and many false negatives and depending on who is affected. And how often you might even expect to see congressional hearings over it so no. It's not over because someone's going to say hey. You rejected this as a political ad. It's not political and someone else is going to say. Hey you you allowed this political ad and it shouldn't be because it's political and there's GonNa be disagreement about where that line is now Zuckerberg has said that facebook go on transparency rather than not take political ads. He's put the line in the sand and to test this of California named atrial Hampton registered as a political candidate in the state of California and then tried to run an intentionally misleading at called it out said this ad is misleading. This leading. And I'M GONNA run it Kazama candidate and facebook said your we will just let plummeted. Politicians say whatever they want except facebook didn't say they'll let politicians say whatever they want they said they would take a more hands off. Approach to political speech and facebook has blocked his ad saying that Mr Hampton only registered as a candidate to get around its policies and that gives them the latitude to take it down now related to this are some examples of people trying to find the line. So they're just now. We had a good example of facebook. Saying we never said you could do whatever you want. Here's an example where we're going to stop you because we know what you're up to but it's not always that easy Mike. Manica Tech Dirt pointed out that with Anti Anti vaccine acts which facebook said. We're not going to allow adds that argue against vaccination the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare bought fourteen adds to promote a statewide. Ed Program Providing Free Pediatric Vaccinations and facebook to remove to them wait. They said they wouldn't allow anti vaccine ads and they removed a states. ADS saying saying. Please get vaccinations children's health defense. which is run by Robert? Kennedy Jr. successfully played more than ten ads opposing vaccination. A lot of people pointed then say hey. Isn't that what you said you wouldn't allow anymore now. Nasdaq says this is an example of content. Moderation at scale being impossible to do well. Apparently auto blocking blocking software accidentally flagged the Idaho Idaho ads as misinformation by mistake. Because you don't have a human looking at every single one of these and MAZANEC suggests that probably we have the children's health defense ads got through is that they were crafted in order to evade the blocks. Now that's not necessarily political speech but facebook and Google have have banned political ads in the state of Washington because the state of Washington has very strict campaign finance laws and facebook and Google both decided you know what it's just too hard to figure out what's a political Adam what we have to do to be transparent in washing so we're talking to allow them in the state of Washington. How's that going well? The first test it was facebook policy in Washington regarding the Seattle City Council elections. Here's a few things that happened candidate. Heidi wills ran ads on facebook while while Kate Martin tried to run ads on facebook against Heidi wills and her ads were blocked. The two got an argument about it on facebook. Wills told Martin like just learn the rules I did buy ads. Got Run Willes advance from the primary to the general election. Martin whose ads were blocked did not now Ari Huffman in who also has been advanced. When the primary in his council election 'til diverge people just find work arounds? I found work arounds and it doesn't seem like it's very clear how people are getting around the band and how they're not earlier this month. The state of Washington charged facebook with continuing to sell political ads in violation of state rules. Washington in rules. Don't penalize candidates for trying to place ads so hey good on your candidates if you can figure out how to work it around your not going to get punished. FACEBOOK is all all of this is to say this isn't over just because twitter said they won't take political ads and it wouldn't be over just if facebook said they shouldn't take political ads Ed's Justin I think you have a phrase that you've been saying for a while that covers this well Tom. Welcome to Hashtag. Hell Portal L.. Hashtag portal the. Hell we get find ourselves yet again in this situation where a moderating what is political and what isn't in political finds itself to be far more difficult and controversial. Then just saying that. You're not going to have them although I do want to take this moment to say. Hey you know I i. I saw on on twitter There is a meeting where we're Jack. Dorsey was Giving an interview and he said to to the audience that he sometimes You Know He. He gets depressed thinking about the idea that if he were to die. That the trending topics on twitter quitter would be people dunking on Jack Dorsey ever. We've ever walked into his mentioned by accident. It can be fairly brutal place for the the man that has invented this platform to be beloved so much so I felt happy for Jack Dorsey that he got a day in the sun on yesterday all of his mentions were people applauding and standing up and saying you made a good big bold decision there Jack Good on you which I hope. He enveloppe upped himself in like a warm blanket last night. Because it will not last this is going to be just as big of a Kerfuffle L. as any of these other situations for the exact same reason that was pointed out earlier. If you're still allowing issue ads and again you had to draw that line somewhere of what is political and what is in. Then what is it you know is. Is this going to help a candidate. You can't determine that you can't like there's just too many factors in twitter has since its inception. The community has kind of driven what twitter Komo hashtags were word invented by twitter user. The rest of US use them now in various ways and there's a lot of kind of human behavior that we sort of itself the sea the company can can can draw lines in the sand here and there and change the maps and try to change behavior but with limited results. So something like this is it's less of a all right we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA stomp out the stuff that we feel is as you know perhaps harmful and confusing to the general good of our platform. And we're going to put a stop to it. This will not put a stop to anything because if if you WANNA get creative you're going to end twitter's the best place to do that but does it. Is it significant that the company took a stand. Yes I think it is. I'm not even saying banning political ads wrong move for twitter. I'm just saying this isn't the end. This isn't the end of the battle is not every go problem solve right now. This much thornier problem because moderating at scale is impossible that's becoming clearer and clearer. And I don't think anyone has proposed a good solution solution for that. It's very easy to sit here in my seat and say come on facebook and I your terms of service. You know what's true and what's not. It's man they do that for two point. Eight billion people when when you even if you employ a few thousand people and have a bought that looks at it and then come across Steph. Where if you put it in front of one hundred people fifty of them are going to say? It's fine. Fifty of them art. I'm not saying it's an unsolvable problem but nobody's solved it yet and so I don't think it's fair to just say like well. It's easy if they just wanted to do it because nobody knows how to do it. Yeah look there was a massive technical problem album here. I don't banning political ads the announcement that was made yesterday by Dorsey in my mind. Just put you on the hook for enforcing that ban. And that I think will be intensely difficult. It may be less difficult than allowing the the ads right. That may just be picking a smaller fight. I Yeah I mean I but it doesn't solve the problem. I know and I a have a hard time believing that a massive broadcast platform can't adopt some kind of governing rules or transparency or publicly the available of publicly available area where we can see these things in action. That is is to me at the very least. He's just providing more information beyond this ban which God knows how much it'll be abused immediately. Well something tells me we're not done talking about this and you know who else is going to help us keep talking about it with the best articles..

"kazama" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

14:38 min | 3 years ago

"kazama" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Here is a superstar Horses Davis Afternoon Delights and this afternoon the lights absolutely galloping Hollywood charities. These are the champions help out the horses that might not have won a great one race raced but always try just as hard come visit them all at all friends when you're in Kentucky or at our Bobby Frankel Division old friends and Saratoga. I know they'll be glad to see go to old friends equine dot or or call us at five. Oh two eight six three seventeen seventy five sir turn off the racist with Steve on Xm radio. Yeah we're back at the races after a it's fascinating and the entering visit from surly and it's kind of appropriate that that my Engelhardt L. Heart follows Andy to some degree because my is a favorite a favorite target of Andy's unique brand of humor humor good morning. I doing Steve I've good Andy Andy was just he just went on a outstanding adding forty five minute. I don't even know what the call and it was all over the board but we love Oh you as I had to run into the grocery store for my wife to grab a couple things I didn't get it. I didn't get a chance to hear but I'll be I'll be sure to listen to the replay. It's like you'll enjoy and we certainly delighted to get a chance to congratulate you on turning pat on the back into a millionaire and getting a great to win. I did not realize actually until looking back at the chart today. I didn't realize he was a horse first and that you know the keeps this up and you can get him another couple of of graded stakes wins and ideally really a great one obviously and he's a Senate congrats with a nice pedigree. There's no reason that he wouldn't get a chance to stand somewhere yeah I if if there's ever been a horse head the heart that he has and this the the sheer determination to win and this is smart as he is to like you know he'd be a horse I definitely would pull for to make it as a as a stallion prospect for sure one of the things I talked about too you know he that last start for Kenny he made a big step forward and then then you got him and you kind of went on from there with him and you you know you look at that Pedigree Congrats and obviously the APN d. line and then the awesome again mayor he had every right to get this good as as a full-fledged fully developed five year old yeah. He's definitely one of those horses I was kind of in the right place at the right time. Kenny wasn't coming back to New York that Spring and you know just basically trained him into the first race there and you know he ran really well. He looks super and the arrest I just had kind of guide them along and you know he had a great year and he's followed it up with another one this year too well the the way in which he wanted to talk about Dylan Davis and he's gotten along with him particularly yeah well through this extended run yeah he just one of those you know Dylan's a very talented writer and it's just one of those cases where where the horse and rider work really well together and I thought feeling really did a great job. You know we didn't want to be on the front you know in this race and he's been getting you know a little headstrong early on and races and I really couldn't bring them into the the towel the cat kind of the way like like I wanted to which which caused him to be you know real strong early on and we just kind of had them in the wrong wrong Stott in that race but I wanted to use that race just because that was a you know kind of setup rates Kelso. There's there's a sidebar mentioning that as I look down at the PCP's second off the layoff plus stretching from six to a mile and it it does feel like you've made a conscious decision after the empire classic last fall to keep him around one turn or is it just worked out that way. It just worked out that way I mean we we were shooting for a different race in Saratoga and we struggled with with foot issues with him all the time. Hi and it's just a matter of when they're going to fester my blacksmith bread dewey does a great job it might team down Almonte Excel and I'm Aaron in the groom Carlos in the exercise rider crucially really I mean I'm about it as hands on with him and as I am with I don't WanNa chat sources. You know I really just get just get information and and try to use that information to the best the best I can and when when he's doing well they let me know and and he told me that this was a really good week for him coming into this race and I knew if he would run his race. If you know the way he was coming in Nice very nice a you. You tried the cigar mile last year. There's no shortage of options for him. What do you WANNA DO I? I haven't really decided yet we haven't we'll probably have a phone conversation tomorrow or the following day after he gets back to the track and see where we are you know obviously got the empire classic which is a racist. He won last year there's there's a bunch of different options. You know it it was it was nice to get this graded stake out of the way whether we try another one you know next or or what I guess still okay well. continues to build a a wonderful record. He mentioned Dandy that he's never been off the board at Belmont Bont so you know the longer you stay there and of course mentioned yesterday the decision made by Nyerere that they wouldn't have to move early to aqueduct the construction not not really causing any problems they had the big even though they've been digging they had the official groundbreaking breaking yesterday at Valmont and governor Cuomo actually is has now been to Saratoga and Belmont twice in five weeks which was nice. I I saw him work with shovel. I thought he might be able to do a few solve this morning but I guess he was out of there and solve this morning. Just the fact that he's on the on the ground round spices stunning yeah I mean you know he's he's a governor that that you know is involved the social media and and the fact that he's been out there you know like you said in Saratoga Belmont and you know between naira and the state everyone's trying to work together to to give you know to bring bring everybody the best product available and what they're doing now with the arena in in new Belmont plans. Really you know you gotta tip tip your you know to them and just look forward to the future well. I hope this just because is there. They're bringing the islanders on the ground. You're not you're not going to switch off the Sabres Kazama Sabre Fan and you must be a Saber Fan. I got a Rangers Fan. Oh that's Kabbah ninety four. I know I've never had a real. I've never been a real big hockey fan. I mean I watched growing up and stuff. I didn't really have a draw to one T I was born in Hershey so I always was pulling the fire when I was really young because that's their farm affiliate bears and she bears Matthew in the run that he had to ninety four that kind of got me hooked on the Rangers so your front runner in other words I that's the only sport I bump loses. I'm a knicks fan a giant Fan Matt so I'm not afraid to take my leg. You'd never would known you you. Did you grew up. How did you end up getting how he born at Hershey as opposed to Rochester racing and racing is my parents were racing the national that winner and how that is funny all right well that that surprised Bryson all right? Let's let's turn. Let's turn to Al Gold and and of course we should also throw in a a tip of the cap to herald learner who was one of the really sweet people around the game and I mean nobody enjoys having a good horse more than Herald so well done for him and of course sources there's Al Gold and all the one and only the original gold square one of the great characters and Cleon on Jones's that race because it was during the week we got glossed over the weekend always overwhelms everything but that was an exciting race and another good performance it was yeah it was great reese. it's funny how it works out because we never really intended on running Leon Jones. Not The even toed the morning I think L. sent me tax two o'clock in the morning. He was up you know basing around the house and he said let's run and I'm like well. It's a good thing I got him down there the day before because I figured that could probably happen. Munochiveyi was the horse of you know. I work those two together. two weeks before the race and Munochiveyi blue was doors off and you know emily. My assistant told me after the after workman this is one of the best sources I've ever been on and I was so confident in in Milwaukee it was kind of like a bittersweet win almost house because you know the way he started and then you know having to make up a little bit of ground early on and then you know when I saw him when it didn't look like he was GonNa Win Korean won. It's like yeah I was ecstatic for Allen the horse but then it's like man what you know what wrong obviously are the break went wrong with Qiliang but it was still so one of those bittersweet moments you're calling for. Both your horses and I don't know how Chad does it sometimes but you know it was. It was a really nice ended up being a good day now no doubt and come out what what are your thoughts on both both horses seemed like they came out of the race well tonight gale sworn in up here in Saratoga I I'm probably lean towards running in Qiliang back on a New York red showcase day in the mile to sleepy hollow and then I'd probably run Munochiveyi back in the November. Remember New York Red Race I think it's the notebook and then shoot for the stallion series in December well certainly not not a bad situation to come out of and between between the three of them kind of sets us up for you're part of the discussion a lot of Nice things coming up shortly including this weekend and had Brad Cox earlier Maya and we talked about the pilgrim and just wondering tuggle still ago yeah. He's been training really well. it's kind of unfortunate you know Jose. I I was Kinda Mix fan but I thought what happened in the race. Come out of sprints forty four and change. I thought he'd be really really rank and you need really wasn't so i. I probably could've just let him you know get into that. I turn a lot better than than he did. I think I probably scared Jose a little bit how rank he could be but you know I I think I still think he's that caliber of horse and I wanted to keep everything the same Manga since on the turf to to rule that out sort of speak if that wasn't what he wanted to do you know I goo-good races running on the on a dirt but I still feel like he's GonNa WanNa do long on the turf so I keep everything the same going into this race. We're GONNA give you know every shot we can you training well. So hopefully you know you run. Well spell at this this group the pilgrim pilgrim it should be interesting and we're gonNA talk to or Hey Duarte next. We'll see if one of his two are Argonne Participate he's got a colts neck big city Bob and he's also got one for Phoenix. No actually I think back 'cause Maroon was Karoo. The other one Meru ran over the weekend so it would just be big city Bob and I guess he can decide on on the dirt with him as well but Andrew Burns told me this morning by he's looking at about eight or nine for this yeah..

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