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Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

01:20 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"The movies of all time. It's good one to great pacino performance. I would say the best pacino's performance in the last post glengarry. I would say it's the best performance probably was a was briscoe early. Two thousand nine thousand seven was it that you can look it up in. A pre show is ninety seven. Yes ninety seven directed by mike newell and written by the great paul tahseen zone last name row quiz show. Yeah agnosio maybe it's it. Yeah yeah ninety seven ninety seven. I'm always right about that. Stuff's yeah another movie. The great little cast Michael madsen Obviously pacino depp. Who's awesome in the back of. He's a human being now. guy One of my favorites bruno kirby sadly gone is in there as well. Good good cast good movie and got a shitload of like those guys you watch it like people from the sopranos goodfellas even paul giamati paul giamati. He's one of the his fellow. Fbi agents right. The fbi agent is that guy with weird name was name. He's been he's been in everything he was in like. Oh it's not even a guy. Yes yes he's always good with him. I don't have an issue with him. he's great. he's fine. Yeah just fucking fat. You're sitting there them just saying good act. I like i like actors who wanted a lot of stuff and you see him and you. Oh i feel better than sky pops up on the scene. They used to be you know before james woods american enemy right. There's nothing better than seeing james woods. Pop up in this game settled into the movie now. Yeah he was a steeler. Don't have a lowe's anymore. Oh this guy's here anyway. What's what's the issue. What's his name the on the kid. Oh dario zara zara he Thank you by the way. Send little little texts to me saying that. He had a lot of fun. He appreciated the appreciate it. We're happy to help them out. I think it's You know he said that. I did a really good job to two cents on me. And he's fifteen. He's allowed to a child the child. I'm sure the y- sure you've been very friendly to great was going to say about that. I yeah so they were talking about him. For what which. I thought by the way i have to say when the being critical of someone Intern justin did a very good job last night. I listened the whole thing. The wrap up show with tim and the other guy who i like matter wasco raw matter. Wasco rob his mom now. The wasco rob's mom was the secretary sh-sh-she person and that's a word you should use anymore. I don't know if that's secretary at nbc spoiled nbc sports. boston. So when i go in and do I think as mary mariela. That's right or not. No no this is tanguay. Call him. definitely. I don't was number. I'll send it to you thank you. I don't know if he'll answer is an old guy. Be estranged number. that's true. here's a job anymore. I don't think so you know. I you'd be concerned anymore. Here you go. We'll give them a call. I think it's marian super nice. She was awesome. Gary's been on the show yet. Now i know he hasn't but i always ending the lose. Now us always worried about answer..

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"kirby" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

01:36 min | 2 d ago

"kirby" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"I didn't know what i wanted to do when i grow up. I didn't know where i was going has like everything i would learn. I was fall in love with. And i would just get more and more confused and i was like man. Where was kirby five years ago. I would have paid him right out of the gate because he could have opened up my world and shortcut it a lot of processes for what i needed. And so if you want to reach out to curb if you wanna make sure you get on his email list by means linked down the show notes to go to curb angles dot com is e. He sends that one every day. The value is no joke in those emails. They're almost like six paragraph email on impact heart and just connecting to the truth. And if you're listening to the podcast for a long time you know that. I'm a big fan of the truth because we often so get blinded by the truth of our life and it's the view that we have of our truth than the truth that we aren't seeing that's right in front of us as well and kirby as an amazing way to unlock that give you a perspective and give you that one question that you really need to be asking for your life and how to move it forward so guys. I really hope you go checkout kirby angles. And i'm so glad that he brought with came on the podcast for a second time. Can't wait till i invite him back on for a third time national when that's going to happen but man positive going to happen because me and kirby are orbits are definitely linked and sync up because we are always going to stay lack close and barrel to each other and it's gonna be real good times going forward guys with that. I hope you have an amazing week. I hope that everything this week after posting skiving ends up being everything you wanted it for and able to some amazing memories out of it in as always talk to you guys again on friday..

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Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:55 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"That Coach Kirby Smart report presented on WSB by Delta Keep climbing. It's gonna be another one of these games where you're facing unendurable head coach and the sad news is that Derrick Mason such a terrific coach in this league and a good friend? Yeah, absolutely getting no, he and his wife, and I mean, he's a great man. He's somebody about slot ideas off of and maybe how they do this. How they do that. We shared a lot of time together, but I'm not down for Derrick Mason, because there Mason's not down for himself. He's gonna be right back up, ready to go smile on his face, and he knows he's a good ball coach, and he'll get another opportunity here soon In your experience, how all teams respond to that, Or how do they usually respond to a changing coaches think different teams different ways? You know, I think it's all about the individual kid on the team with their personal relationship is with that coach versus the Internet Cut. Sometimes you say, though, a new voice, new voice changes, things sometimes and re energizes, and I think that's important. That's the Kirby Smart report brought to you by Walter I'm talked out on the Georgia Bulldogs Sports Network. Have we got next excoriating criticism.

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No. 13 Georgia runs all over South Carolina in 45-16 victory

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

No. 13 Georgia runs all over South Carolina in 45-16 victory

"James Cook ran for one hundred four yards on just six carries as part of number thirteen George's forty five sixteen assault on South Carolina three other Bulldogs had at least seventy seven yards on the ground as part of a three hundred and thirty two yard rushing attack head coach Kirby smart a lot of it has to do with the other team and what they do so we didn't call a lot of different runs we can go out and reinvent the wheel to run the ball we we we play a team that had three or four guys out here white ran thirteen times for eighty four yards and Kenny McIntosh had seventy nine yards on nine carries the Bulldogs led twenty one nothing after its first three possessions and before the game **** got a first down JT Daniels was ten of sixteen for one hundred thirty nine yards with two touchdowns and an interception for the Bulldogs I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

00:26 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"What's going on now, Mark because whatever you do, and you're rolling out of duty Peachtree City things don't tell better do a boy I 85 the jam begins that highway 74th annoy Road Crash investigation Ongoing 85 North bound, Shut down Highway 1 38 and 64 Troubled traffic 35.5 ws piece Time WSB sports and Here's J Blood, but it's got no change in the top floor of the college football playoff rankings that is still Alabama Notre Dame Clemson in Ohio State. Georgia Inches up one spot to number eight. First things first, though it's Vanderbilt Saturday in senior day, with the hopes that Richard Lookout will be able to return from the injuries suffered in a motorcycle crash earlier this year, Kirby Smart says there is a chance of senior captain may be out there on his teammates would love to see it, My boy just been a true leader maker. He's a ball hog as receiver Dimitrius Robertson says He'll also take part in the pregame ceremony but hasn't decided if you'll return from one more year. Pregame show Saturday starts at noon kickoff it four here on the home of the dogs. Meanwhile, it's not clear of tech running back Jim here. Gibbs will be able to face NC state after his apparent hamstring injury in the win over Duke tonight on WSB. Georgia basketball faces North Georgia, which brings us to the top performer, Brockie by Bulls and bears. It's Ty Fagan, who is the SEC player of the week after his 21.10 rebound performance Sunday. Our pregame show starts at 6 35 tonight. Tip off is at seven..

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Atlanta - Social media thrilled with JT Daniels performance, but ponders why Kirby Smart didn’t play him sooner

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:01 min | Last week

Atlanta - Social media thrilled with JT Daniels performance, but ponders why Kirby Smart didn’t play him sooner

"From dog nation. Social media thrilled. Jt daniels performance. But ponders why kirby smart didn't play him. Let's welcome in the author of that article connor. Thank you for being with us. First of all. Let's talk about the good news. I the fact that he played well for those who missed the game and it was not exactly the feature game of the day How did he play. I thought he was fantastic. Four hundred yards four touchdowns as the first georgia quarterback to do that since twenty thirteen for a program that has had lingering questions about this going back even pass through the twenty nine thousand nine season to have a performance like this especially when they couldn't run the ball. At all this was the worst rushing performances. One thousand nine hundred eighty six which is a total yards. Jt daniels doesn't play the way he does it. I think it's pretty fair to say. The georgia probably loses to mississippi state team numbers. Not that highly thought of coming into saturday. We're talking to kinda raw and lane kiffin alluded to that as well. Which is just a shocking statement. Is it not that we we ended up getting to this point for those who have not followed the vagaries connor of jt daniels. Do we know what the hold up was with him. in terms of clarence yeah so. His dad came out and made some comments today. You can read them a dog nation where he wasn't one hundred percent ready to go and august and even september. We know he wasn't clear to play in. That arkansas game came out right before the auburn game. Second game of the season and said jt daniels physically clear to play. Football games and reality is yours. Second game of the year. We didn't end up seeing him until the seventh game. We know he took that knee. Brace off prior to the tennessee game and practices in warm ups. But for whatever reason we didn't see him it may have been an issue of how comfortable he was in his knee. And the level of mobility that kirby smart was looking for that's something he's referenced. Many times based off what we saw on saturday that mobility was there the ability to make plays in really. I think the biggest question at least fans people who follow the program asked me or how close was jt daniels to what we saw on saturday back on november seventh when georgia played florida because if daniels plays like he did on saturday against florida. There's a real chance of jordan. Finds a way to at least made that game closer and possibly even win. It just truly amazing to think about how different this georgia season is and while they're having a better season than most two losses of Effectively out and georgia was expecting to be in atlanta at the end of the year and not watching on television or playing in another game. Just give us your your your read on the energy that has now maybe been brought back to a program that was seemingly dead in the aftermath of the florida game. It was a it was a mighty big fall from grace. Do you think this is going. Yeah people's energized. Even i think if. Jt daniels keeps playing away. He does. It is gonna keep people interested in tuned in the rest of the season. 'cause you point out. This is georgia program. Where going eight and two this year in a burst in the peach bowl. That doesn't do it for them. There was a lot of negative energy around this program. Losing the florida so for daniels will come out. Look good look like a possible at least certainly this season and potentially even long term solution at the quarterback position there for georgia. I think that's huge place. While again against south carolina and finishes the season out strong. I do think that can build a lot of momentum towards that twenty twenty one season when a lot of these skill players. That played really well on saturday night. Also come back to the storage team.

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Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on WAOK Late Night

WAOK Late Night

00:44 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kirby" discussed on WAOK Late Night

"I don't know how much though. I mean, you know that this transfer portal thing, guys. Congar. Oh, in the portal and end up, not transferring. We've seen that. One has been unhappy not to play now. I talked with his dad this weekend and I've had a good relationship with that family and you know the death, said Mike. There's no statement. You know, you know, Kirby Smart was asked about it, He said Want town? That was class. I mean, it's one of those murky situations wouldn't leave the team name. Does that mean like cleaned out your locker? Never come back here again, Or does that mean that warms upset? Because, you know, he realized he got left off the travel squad. Do we say and I'm gonna come home. Does that mean he's not gonna come back? I mean, we're talking about a 20 year old kid. Ah, year and they have removed from brain surgery. That part is but off. Get an opportunity at Georgia and and had to stand on the sidelines and watch station better play. And then when his number did get called, it's like Hey, going to game there were down 41 21 floor to go get him going. I mean, that's a tough situation to throw any kid in, you know, and then that's gonna be your only shot. So I can kind of understand. Listen, it's a business. This is a pretty and there's people walk around incorporated. Listen to show right now going Man I got did like that in my office. Mike, I don't want to hear it. That's part of life. Like sometimes your opportunities coming. You ain't ready for sometimes that other guy gets the promotion. You know you deserve it. You know what It happens in football. You learn from it, and you grow from it. And we really don't know where this story with Guan Math is gonna end up right? You know what? Mike? I have a question, though, is this is distance story eerily similar. To the to the same thing that kind of like just it feels was in, You know, it's not the same. No, no, the difference There was. I mean, Jake from it led the team to a title They were running a pro style offense is interesting was deer in the headlights trying to run that offense? What they should have done is simplified the offense and given justice and things as a true freshman. Is it true freshman? There's not. I don't know any high school kids that could come in and run a pro style offense is the true freshman. So what should have happened? There isn't surely given Justin an opportunity to do what he could do. But as I understand it, he didn't want to just do what he could do. He wanted to stay and play book. So you play them. He played in 12 or 13 games. And you know when he had his opportunities against the SEC teams, he kind of froze up. He would make one read, and then he would talk, and that was what he did, because when you can run like Justin feels that's what you do. And doing meth is kind of did the same thing in that respect, But the difference is there was no Jake Rama headed one Mattis. There was 1/4 team former walk on the steps and Bennett playing two headed one massive Let me a little bit harder to swallow. I think you got you got you my Griffin, senior editor for the Senior writer for Dog Nation Joining us away for Doc. Calm Hotline. Georgia getting ready now. T o finish out the season here. What is it? The one thing might give this one thing you want to see from Georgia kind of down the stretch here and threw the ball game. What is it? You want to see? Well, what I want to see is I want to see this offensive. All I want to see more. Jemaine Burton and George Pickens. Eight catch games. I want to see this freshman tight end Darnell Washington gets targeted more. I want to see this freshman speedster. Harry. I want to see the future. I want to see the future. I think that's what you do when you've got these games left. You know, you know, I don't I don't think this is my opinion. Now A Kirby smart, too great football coach. But I don't think you waste the fourth quarter on handing the ball off. When you got all those young freshman receivers in the new quarterback, I think I think what I would do and this might sound ruthless. Scores many points is I could I'd tell JT Daniels, you go back there. You air it out, man. I'd give George Pickens the catch is that he needs to be like George, you're getting it remained. Burton. Darnell washed. It ain't our job to worry about South Carolina. If Georgia put 50 or 60 on the board, so I don't see anybody call How Alabama for putting 60 on Kentucky Manson SEC team over there. That's your problem. Well going to be the head coach Anyway. I mean, let your kids play, you know, because on defense George has got that savage mentality right? He could be turned. Those guys lose. He'll put you in the fourth quarter. Remember how they blew up that Tennessee quarterback? That game was over and Kirby brought the corner blitz. Well, why not Let your office have a savage mentality. Let those guys have fun. Don't shut him down. They showed up to play to their work in practice. Don't be taken in knee at the one yard line. Him day John Edwards kid from Coke with county his touchdown. Kirby. He carried the ball way down the field. Don't mean taking no me at the one yard line. That's an opportunity. That kid is never gonna have so that your handshake could be a little bit nicer with the coach. I don't like it, man. What these kids play. That's what I say. That's what I do. It is, you know, I tend to agree with you. We're back to talking to you about whether or not George's office is going to evolve. I mean, we're back. It's just like a circular argument up there. It happens on Dhere. We go again. With. You know, the evolution of the Georgia offense, which you know, continues to not evolve. And at the at the detriment of Kirby smart, you Well, it looks like, you know, not mean the quarterback is gonna you know, get your National Bowl bowl game birth, you know, but I still think that You know the pistol with the wind's going to do And then you know you talk about the young quarterback is coming in. But Brent Vandegrift next year they're going to be a young offense, though, John, so it's probably gonna take a while before it evolves, Mike, Thanks to appreciate your taking a few minutes this morning. Sports Radio 90 to 9 the game very tender.

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No. 5 Georgia earns 11th consecutive win over Kentucky 14-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

No. 5 Georgia earns 11th consecutive win over Kentucky 14-3

"Semir white rushed for a career high one hundred thirty one yards and a touchdown in fifth ranked Georgia's eleventh straight win over Kentucky fourteen to three Stetson Bennett also ran for a score for the Bulldogs who gained two hundred and fifteen yards on the ground and limited the Wildcats to two hundred twenty nine yards overall Bennett had just thirteen pass attempts and had two throws that were intercepted but head coach Kirby smart didn't think his quarterback had a poor all around performance he pulled a bone scored with a push in the right one place he handled motions you handle the clock we did some good things you know he didn't get a chance to drop the ball off a lot today because were able to run the ball Kentucky's Chris Rodriguez ran twenty times for a hundred yards but you only get with through for just ninety one yards in his first start since Terry Wilson injured his wrist I'm Dave Ferrie

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Fresh "Kirby" from WAOK Late Night

WAOK Late Night

01:16 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "Kirby" from WAOK Late Night

"Program. My Griffith. He is senior writer for dog nation dot com and he is joining us on the way. Four dot com Hotline. Hey, Mike. Hey, Guys. Morning, Morning. Morning. How you doing, Doing good man. Doing good. Just don't watch it. A lot of crazy football, watching them Denver Broncos with wide receiver Let me tell you, I think the NFL's onto something. I think the SEC in college football killer lesson. You don't think you you can't put it. You can't you play the game. You play the game or you forfeit. You know, college rosters got 100. You know, these guys got 125 guys on their roster and they're gonna sell what we got. We got some scholarship, guys, You see those other guys over there? God you call walk on addressing that I'll never get that I'd never get a chance to play unless some something like this happens. Yeah. You hit him in practice. You beat him up in practice. You dress him up on the sideline. You let him show up and sign autographs like everybody else. Oh, but they can't really play. I mean, come on, man. These teams with 125, Florida that you're telling me she just got third game in a row just an hour ago or so, right? What 20 army guys, is it really take you guys been high school? How many guys that got? 1922 28 quick. He's day gun guys like prima donnas in college. Let him play football if you got a few scholarship guards out Too bad You don't want to play coach. You don't want to get embarrassed. You wanna protect your five or $6 million contract, So you hide behind the supposed protocols? You know, Give me a break. You're finishing those walk on your regular route. They're bringing that fire. So Mike, let's talk about the Georgia Bulldogs. Said JT there your second game out. How do you think he looked? I mean, it's okay. I mean, just look like you know, he never really got into rhythm. The only 2 16 passes, so you know, First court, George had 225 yards, often to 21 points. And that's basically be called off the dogs, man. That's what happened. Yeah, well, right. I mean, basically that way. They didn't even do anything but hand the ball off and then you know, South Carolina. That program is sort of like Tennessee. You know, they're really going in the wrong direction, and they had no No answer for just getting the respect of the mouth and they kind of just they just hit the deck, and that was it. I mean, they made that little run in the second quarter, but it was pretty much by the time just broke that one off right before the half it was over. Yeah. I mean, it's off, Caroline. I mean, you gotta be realistic. I mean, you had real wholesome Steve spring there. I mean to the Krays coaches ever if we're being honest about it in spirit, got into the SEC title game and attack Steve Spurrier's the last coach from the SEC East to beat Alabama about that, you know, so you couldn't do. It was spur. You couldn't do it with holes. Um, if this is a tough job, man, anything to any advantage, Bill, you wanna talk about tough guy thing? I mean, who wants to take the Vanderbilt job? Who's gonna be that guy in the room to take the Vanderbilt job? That's what I wanted Company. That guy that raises his hand slowly and says, I'll do it knowing that you're turning up to get fired in three or four years. Yeah, but you're gonna get four million a year. You're gonna live in a state with no income tax. You have no expectations. I mean, what the hell? That pressure fact that question Johnny gonna go for you Think about what? Jonah. You're what I would You want to pay me for Miller here to coach Vanderbilt? I'm there. I'm good. I'm seriously sad part is Designations, a hell of a coach, and he's a hell of a guy and it but that's cool, man. I don't think about that. I mean Vanderbilt with five and two against Tennessee during a stretch. We've had him in the top. 25 Nashville Booming money war cranes up in Nashville for buildings of any city in the globe. The money is flowing in Not only did Vanderbilt not cash in, they purposely turned a cold shoulder to it. He's taking this 44 $45 million a year s E C network money, then putting it in the football man. We're just stealing from the SEC is unbelievable. Meantime, let's go back to Georgia because I have a question about what you expect next year. There are you know rumors about Dr Mathison, his future there. Rumors now. Well, not rumors, but their mock drafts that are putting J. D Daniel's in around one. Mike. Ah, what do you What do you see the quarterback room looking like next year when you start the season of Georgia. I think it's up to Kirby Smart. I think Kirby's got to decide what he wants for his program. I mean, if you want Todd Monk in his offensive coordinator, if you You know, let's let's just let's just call it like it is guys. If Kirby's going to go tennis, 16 and quarterback there's not gonna be a lot of the series and quarterbacks or do you want to come play in Georgia? I mean, I got to look what Florida's doing a quarterback. All you gotta do is look what Alabama's doing. I got you. Almost said to me, but oh my God, They opened it up. They've lit it up. They went 28 or 380,400 guys that happens every weekend at Clemson and Alabama. 28 for 38 41 of George's Like, Oh, my gosh, Everybody's flipping. That's just a regular weekend in Death Valley. That's just another football game from Mack Jones. That's what Dan Mullen grows up draws up every day. So it does Georgia want to move forward with their offense now that they have a five star quarterback? Because you you played in the league and he began to use going back me up on this. There is no prima donna position like receiver. And if you're there, tell me the dork picking to stand on the sideline with four targets, watching that festering running back get 15 carries and he's cool with that. I won't tell you my head. That ain't happening. My right now I would agree with that, You know, especially when you called basically when you call George pictures out last year and basically said that there was no no big time receivers on this on this Team at that point, so yeah, definitely. He's not. He's not too happy about that. But you know, it's like, yeah, but piggy backing off a little bit. What John said. There's been rumors that the wind Mathis is thinking about leaving the have you heard anything about that? Yeah. Yeah, there's there's there's fire behind that book. I don't know how much though. I mean, you know that this transfer portal thing, guys. Congar. Oh, in the portal and end up, not transferring. We've seen that. One has been unhappy.

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What are Pumpkins?

Talking Biotech Podcast

05:59 min | Last month

What are Pumpkins?

"Today. We're going to talk about the domestication and radiation of Pumpkins. It's the season, right? It's time to talk about Pumpkins and it's funny because we originally did this topic about. Four years ago. Only, the recording didn't work so well. So it's taken me a little wild catch up with our guest again. So we're speaking with professor. Harry. Paris. He's a senior researcher in vegetable crops at the balcony centers. N- Avai our campus in northern Israel. So welcome to the podcast again Dr Paris Thank. You Kevin. It's very good to be here. It's good to talk to you. It was very nice to hear your voice. I'm here in Florida and were here for a while a research visitor, right? That's right. I was in Florida twice on Sabbatical wants at your campus the US campus in Gainesville another time at the campus in Fort Pierce. Two places here in that you're familiar with I'm actually out in. Archer. So I'm south west of campus. You might remember that little town that you did on the way to see her keys archer roadway isn't it from Gainesville to archer? That's right. Yeah. About about twenty minutes out of town and and and and I actually am married to a farmer who she grows pumpkins. So So this is perfect. I know a little bit more about than I did last time we talked. But we're GONNA talk about Pumpkins and so what is this thing? We call a Pumpkin? Well Pumpkin and is around fruit. And, pumpkins belong to the genus superb atop and in capita we have fruits that are edible. These are full pumpkin squash and we have fruits that are usually small and bitter and generally inedible those a cold Gorz. The around edible fruits are cold pumpkins and the fruits that are not round butter edible cold squash. That's general lingo. That's generally the way that. Talk about them you don't think about. Zucchini as being a Pumpkin Zucchini squash or a crook nick his crook neck squash. It's a squash not a pumpkin. Pumpkins our the kinds of things. You just WanNa pick in and pick up off the ground and hug. Nice round. They are edible, other also use for decoration. Well there's a couple of kind of. That we see here in Florida that seem to do better than you know the big Halloween type of Pumpkin on there's things called seminal Pumpkin Another thing that we have that leaders call it tropical Pumpkin, but these seem to do very well in the in the heat of this region. Is. There is a lot of diversity aside from the you know decorative Pumpkin that we sometimes think about. Oh, this quite a bit of diversity in the Genus Kirpa capita. We have three species that are widely distributed in cultivation round the world. We have the familiar halloween decade or Pumpkins they belong to one species cold credit to people. And then also at Halloween, you see these giant gins these belong to the species. Appropriately. Named Carpet Maxima. And then finally, we have the tropical pumpkin seminal pumpkin and squash they all belong to the third species, who Kirby tumble sculptor. And People is native to North America. That is native. It grows wild to the ancestors of all the Pumpkins and wild gourds growing in what is now the United States and Is. Worth ultimate ancestors of the. Pumpkins. Whilst. credit the Maxima the giant Pumpkins, Ankara, Demos Scotta. The tropical pump in on both very likely native to South America who it's Scotto to tropical northern part stuff America. Okay I didn't know that. So the so these are South American origin. and. The people, North American. People's our North American. Maximum. Yes. Okay and so they the if we if we focus on Maxima and focus on most gotta those are coming from South America when. who was the original domesticated and did they find these were indigenous peoples of of the Americas but what did they find useful about the Pumpkin? Okay well, perhaps each species might have been domesticated for different reasons offer more than one reason. Capital Scott I suspect I suspect I don't know. But I suspect was first domesticated for use of its fruits, probably the young roots and then the mature fruits because they. what happens in primitive or wild gourd is that they they ripe fruits midshow fruits tend to dry out and be very fibrous. whereas the young truth sal you could. Eat them if happened than up to be bitter or if you Olympian water about eight times over to. Drain Alpha bitterness. So I suspect criminal, Scotto was first. Domesticated for use of

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2021 Boston Marathon postponed, ‘at least’ until the fall

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | Last month

2021 Boston Marathon postponed, ‘at least’ until the fall

"A bit longer to align the marathon route taking in the sun cheering on the athletes as they go by. W. B. C's Laurie Kirby tells us why the Boston Athletic Association announcing that the 125th Boston Marathon traditionally held on the third Monday in April. Patriot's day will be post phone on Till at least the fall of 2021 Tom Grilled CEO says with fewer than six months until Patriot's day and with road race is prohibited until phase for the Massachusetts reopening plan. We are unable to host the Boston Marathon this coming April. Laurie

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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity comes to Nintendo Switch on November 20

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:17 min | Last month

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity comes to Nintendo Switch on November 20

"Nintendo direct mini partner showcase also announced that the adorable and out of this World Puzzle part-time Ufo from Hal Laboratory, the developers of the Kirby series as well as a free demo for the hot for Hiroo warriors age of calamity are. Both available on the Nintendo e Shop Right. Now for Nintendo, I'm going to get that high ruled Demo my wife, you know she's a very, very big breath of the world fan my kids who they're going to want to get in on that high roll business. Of course, that four game comes out November twentieth I know people are looking forward to its and Musso like dynasty warriors wherever if you want to go in there. beat up it'll be very interesting to see. I WanNa read the actually description for it though because they talk a little tidbits in there, I didn't know maybe you whatever before the Jairo warriors age of climate, a game launches four, hundred, ten switch on November. Twentieth, we'll try the freedom of the game available. Now, the action packed stories set in high Ra one hundred years before the events of the legend of Zelda breath. Wild game. The Demo will let players experience the fast paced action and dramatic cut scenes which shed light on the events that led to the great calamity. During the Nintendo direct mini partner showcase it was revealed that the massive screen filling divine beasts will also be playable in the game using the movement. The top powers of divine beasts will surely help players find victory when used in their respective stages there's for you. Yeah, right. Go, get the after the after the

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California wildfires show "climate change is here and now"

Morning Edition

02:23 min | Last month

California wildfires show "climate change is here and now"

"Says says the the urgency urgency of of climate change is motivating her generation to political activism. We hear the words climate change all the time on the news during debates. For many, it's faded into the background soft into something too far in the fugitive, any effect. If we're looking at the fax, that's not the truth. We see the effects of climate change every day. As a client becomes hotter, the snowpack decreases. Growing up in California. This relationship between climate and water has always been clear to me. State has been dropped within half my life. And it's not just rain that's affected by climate change. According to the rising temperatures are increasing the number and severity of wildfires. In this year alone, more than million acres burned in California. We all walked outside and seen ash gray sky, the sun of Pan Lauren circle just visible through the haze. Stand me at first, because in my little coastal town, the heir always seemed clean and felt the sense of redwood forests in our hills in the Pacific Ocean at our shore. I'm scared of what the world will be like when I'm in adult, And I'm thinking that now what about when the next generation are adults? We have a duty not just to today's world, but to all future generations to work hard to solve this huge problem we've created. Last year, I marched on streets and went to rallies filled with Children carrying signs saying climate justice now The thing is, you can and will make an impact, but nothing will change unless those who the power of voting elect those who will work hard for us all. We need leaders who will, in the words of the preamble to the Constitution, established justice, promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity by ensuring that Someday our posterity has a chance to live in a world where no one has to worry about smoke, Cohen skies or draft With the perspective on Grace Jones. Grace Jones is 14 and attends the Kirby School in Santa Cruz. Her perspective was produced by the learned for its Let's talk about the election 2020 Youth Media Challenge. Hear more student voices at learned d dot org's support for perspectives comes from Leaf,

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United Drops After Earnings

CNBC's Fast Money

02:53 min | Last month

United Drops After Earnings

"But we started off with an earnings alert on united the airline lower the after hours session after reporting earnings. Let's get straight to fill a bow with details spill. Him, Melissa United. Losing one point eight billion dollars in the third quarter. That's not a surprise. Everybody knows what's been happening with the airline industry the numbers a little wider lost than many people were estimating a loss of eight dollars and sixteen cents a share. The estimate was for a loss of seven fifty, three revenue falling seventy eight percent coming in a little shy of expectations at two point four, eight, billion dollars the real metric everybody's focused on the daily cash burn. Now, just a point of reference. This is a company that. was losing fifty million dollars a day back at the end of March, when the pandemic accelerated, they brought it down to forty million dollars for a daily cash loss. In Q. Two, they bring it down to twenty, five, million, Q. Three, four, million of that by the way is debt in severance payments. So they're core daily cash burn comes down to twenty one, million dollars a day. Now in the earnings report, they do not give a break even date. So while we heard from Delta yesterday saying look, we think we're break even sometime. In the spring united is not addressing that in this earnings report though I suspect that we know that question's GonNa go up on the analyst. All tomorrow I suspect that united will likely give some guidance at that time it's liquidity nineteen point four, billion dollars more importantly Melissa. The company is stressing that it believes that has the cash on hand to get through this pandemic nobody know quite how long this pandemic will last how long it'll airlines will be down that a year and a half two years but united does believe that it's positioned. Well, coming out of the third quarter at least in terms of liquidity don't forget. We have an exclusive tomorrow morning on Squawk box you do not want to miss this Scott Kirby CEO of United Airlines you'll be talking to us not only about the numbers about the daily cash burn but also this question of what's the path to break even is, does it happen in the spring? Does it happen sooner than that? A lot of questions for him tomorrow morning Melissa fell had united before giving a break, even target like Delta had. I don't remember them giving a specific target I know that they were hoping to get close to break even by the end of the year. Frankly that's what every airline was pushing for. Let's get close to break even by the end of the year. So I wouldn't be surprised if they come out and they say look we now think it's GonNa be sometime in the spring or late first quarter second quarter that would not surprise me nor would it surprise any analyst either so it's not like this is news where people are saying, wait a second. We don't know when they're going to get back to break even. Looking, at the progression on the daily cash burn in how much it's coming down I think that's going to be one of the focus points of the analysts call tomorrow and I think you're gonNA, see Wall Street try to pin them down in terms of when they think they get the break even yeah. It seems like as soon as Delta said, we're GONNA push that out it sort of opened the door for the other airlines to do the same. Fell thank you. We'll be listening for that interview tomorrow. I'm squawk box Phillips

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Why is the seemingly simple science of masks so complicated?

Coronacast

04:55 min | Last month

Why is the seemingly simple science of masks so complicated?

"The advice on masks has changed a lot over the course of this pandemic. Hey at the beginning, we were getting some mixed messages about where the mosques were effective at all whether perhaps they could do more harm than good and then over time and we have talked about it a lot on this show already and you acquire vocal quite early on. In the pace that mosques are fictive and that they should be made mandatory in the heavy made mandatory in Victoria. The lightest that we know about what types of face coverings provide the most protection against carbon. So let's just do a little bit of the history going back to the can remind ourselves in the beginning World Health Organization and expert groups such as ours in the study were down on what's called Aerosol Spray. They thought it was just about droplets nearby and you pick it up off of surfaces. Out of date research, it's important but not all aerosol spread we're just talking way. I'm talking if you were in the room with me and Snort well-ventilated room, you could catch it from me over a period of an hour or so even though you're socially distanced happens in restaurants, choir practices and so on. And that's made people realize around the world that mask wearing is really important and some countries of the world they already knew that. So we've drifted towards mask-wearing. What we know that works is at least a two layered cotton mask when the inner layer is quite closely woven in the outer layer is going to be the waterproofing or a surgical, an approved surgical mask or an in one thousand five masks that doesn't have one of those one way valves on the front because they'll just spray the virus sites to people just remember that you're protecting others by wearing a facemask others so. That's the story facemasks. Now, there's a couple of pieces of research which are out in the last few days, which are quite interesting on face masks because one of the negative findings on face masks are only from one of the proponents of face massacres, Rhino McIntyre, from the Kirby Institute in Sydney she and others did a randomized trial in Vietnam with the people who were homemade masks, we're more likely to transmit viruses. This is a few years ago before covet. They even had worries at the beginning. This was actually about the way these masks were being maintained and turned over and so on the. Reanalysis in the British Medical Journal and shown in fact, it was the way they were looking after these cloth masks and the masks that were just hand washed in warm water in a basin and heart to dry they continue to transmit the virus. But if you went into a hospital laundry or you wash them properly and sixty degrees in a proper cycle, then they were actually. Okay. So it's the way that these were maintained and the second one was face shields. Face shows were allowed in Victoria allowed anymore by themselves because they continue to spread the virus and a study of healthcare workers in India has shown that the addition of a face shield to face masks significantly reduces the chances of healthcare workers being infected. So facials do work as an extra device, but not instead of masks healthcare workers in do generally use face shield Sunday it's part of the PPI, and so they're pretty well sorted, but they're still being a problem in Australia with healthcare worker infection. Either because they've not been wearing p. not being provided and in many cases, we still don't know how many health care workers caught the infection sonoma's I'm going to reveal something to the audience about you and your e mailing habits is that you love to either get up very late at night early in the morning and look three research journals. It's a continuous variable by the way. Yes. And then it just like like randomly with research articles that we should talk about. So let's just rip through a whole bunch of them right now you're why should you sleep? You know exactly if you're not skin asleep, why should I be at asleep? So first of all, what's the chances that a baby could catch covid from? It's Mother's breast milk, I? Mean this is a very live topic and with meeks findings mean baby there are some reports of babies, newborn babies, catching SARS COV to, and this is a very small study looking at breast milk and really no convincing. Evidence that the breast milk trend had SARS COV to it. Maybe one sample had some doubts about it. But essentially in this small study has to be said, no evidence of transmission of sauce cartoon, the breast move what about a win we're taking a swab from someone's noise to test them from covid. Is there a best way of doing this? You know really interesting piece from an ent surgeon talking about how sometimes people who are taking swabs, and of course, this is in the American context get the anatomy. Wrong. So we think that the way into the nose is straight up. Since painful when in fact, it's actually imagine you've got your nose it's actually straight back and it's actually quite deep. So it could be centimeters back. So you've actually the swamp has got to go quite far back, and if you tell people this won't be uncomfortable. You're Aligarh it will be uncomfortable, and so he's got to go right back and quite deep to get to the. Back of the nose in the throat, the nasal ferrings. So it's not up it straight back my eyes were watering just looking at it either way it sounds

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Boston delays in-person learning

VB in the Middle

00:46 sec | Last month

Boston delays in-person learning

"Learning has been delayed a week for Boston public school students. It means as of now, case there, Okay. Wanted Kate to Kenny. Guy knows will enter school no sooner than October 22nd Mayor Walsh, making the call after the city's positive infection rate rises above 4%, but teachers air still expected to show up in the classroom. The Boston Teachers union is now filing a lawsuit to prevent that in person. Instruction has been delayed a week because of the positive test rate rising above 4%. Me to you, President Jessica Tang says according to their agreement with the city teachers should also have the option to teach remotely. The question of how to do it safely is where we differ. And right now the district is after thousands of agitators who don't even actually have any incursion students still to come into the building on Lori Kirby.

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Boston - Low-risk communities in Massachusetts to enter Step 2 of Phase 3

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Boston - Low-risk communities in Massachusetts to enter Step 2 of Phase 3

"Communities communities could could enter enter step step to to Phase Phase three. three. That means indoor performance venues, museums, gyms and libraries can open back up at 50% capacity. Some communities chose not to move forward, including Somerville, New Bedford. Entered or remains in the red zone. They did not move forward to loosen restrictions. Hospital cases of covert rise across that region W. B C's Laurie Kirby reports on the new action being taken in the South coast that affects everyone who works in hospitals. Their concerns over a

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Atlanta - Georgia Bulldogs beat Auburn Tigers 27-6

Perspectives

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Atlanta - Georgia Bulldogs beat Auburn Tigers 27-6

"Its oldest rival during a historic home opener. Here's Ws Peace J. Black. It wasn't 93 K but Bulldog Nation on overs off its habit. His defense dominates holding the Tigers to only 39 yards on the ground. You can stop people who run ball, you usually suffocate him. That's Kirby Smart. Who goes with Stetson Bennett, the former walk on making his first start a quarterback going for 2 48 touchdown being able to be company office around by such great players, Seaver cares. Jackson has a career day with 1 47, but knows there's more to come. We need score more touchdowns is next up Tennessee at home on Saturday afternoon.

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

England Kirby Charles Taylor London
Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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"kirby" Discussed on CodeLess

CodeLess

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"kirby" Discussed on CodeLess

"Within her. Hey there welcome to episode eight. This episode is dedicated to all the listeners who have rated and reviewed us on their platforms. I'd like to mention those who wrote reviews on Apple. Podcasts bake thanks to true drew episode. Easier Tchoukou all guy ninety four to biased mix and Justin Finkelstein I'll find more reviews on other platforms and gift shutouts in other episodes. My intro here lasts about three minutes so feel free to skip ahead however it lays a lot of the foundational context for why I went in this direction. Today it also reveals little about my why for codeless during my lifetime. I've always had purpose statements. I use to define what I do. They can change the course of a river because they are often wide enough to try a lot of things however they are also as simple as boiling pot of water. You'd have to be really bad to mess it up. This particular purpose statement is Corny but it applies to why I produce the podcast. You See. I've always been passionate about giving people access to the best that life has to offer from managing luxury businesses at scale and architect memorable experiences to unlocking and creativity and building. Mvp's without code. I believe a curious mind and a willingness to be the stupid one have been my biggest rents. I've been able to turn what I thought was a bug in my code. Asking a lot of questions into a feature as the host of codeless. I'm using my curiosity and urgency for action to meet interesting collaborators companies and even clients with the guests. I get glimpses of the future and try to pass on actionable advice for our listeners. Know Code is definitely a glimpse into the future but it's not new in fact and according to our guest. A lot of things aren't as new as we might think. Kirby is a filmmaker writer and speaker. He's widely famous for his two thousand and twelve DOCU series titled. Everything is a remix. It went viral shortly after it came out and his Ted talk on. Remixing has garnered over one and a half million views. I followed Kirby for close to a decade and getting to have this time with him was like meeting another maker that never fails to Inspire you in this jab session. Kirby lays a blueprint that's been hidden in plain sight. So if you press play with an expectation to hear about no KOTEX imagined this to be the diversion. You'll be glad to take. Kirby explains the blueprint for creativity and provide actionable advice and encouragement for.

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"kirby" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"kirby" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Tickets off our website. <hes> if you've got any questions about please just go to the website. Send us a question will answer that it's for corporate corporate. <hes> people can buy tables of ten for all of the other people that they have are all their employees <hes> they can donate they can do. There's so many things that they can do to help. Sponsors and help support us awesome awesome well. I'll tell you what we've been going almost two hours right now. <hes> i think this may be a good time to wrap up <hes>. I'll tell you right now. I'm gonna listen to this and i'm going to have about a thousand more questions for you okay because i was just getting warmed. I know when we start talking. I mean the stuff about vietnam and i you know the fact that you did one hundred missions. You probably debrief three of four of them. Maybe here briefly. I'm going to start thinking about those and i'm going to start. I'm going to come up with all kinds of new questions and <hes>. It'd be awesome if you could come back on because i guarantee everybody that's listening to this is going to want to hear more and there's you know we a long time ago. A friend of mine put together a book guy like twenty guys from vietnam tom to all right a story called the the book was called the men behind the trident by dennis comings and there's like twenty different stories of you know the people's the first contact action that they had in vietnam. <hes> one of my stories is in there but it's a it's a great read <hes> and it's out on amazon so if you guys get a chance go spend through that that's up interesting. I actually have that book. Oh i was looking at it today. <hes> what i'll do is we'll. We'll do it next time you come on. We'll go through your story. We'll talk about some more stories and and that way i seldom give out books that i'm going to cover on the podcast prior to covering them hoping and sometimes people get mad they go. Please tell us what books you're going to cover and i and i don't do it because i don't even know what books from our culture so many books that i i'll be. I read five six books at a time and i'll go okay this one. I like this part. I'll and i'll cover that books. I cut a lot of books in the podcast sheer sheer but yeah so now. Everyone has a heads up. It's it's men behind the trident men behind the cummings yeah coming and we'll cover that next time you come on a right that would be awesome. You got anything else and they had just i want to before we jump off. I want to thank all of you for your support to save america. We definitely need it and make make yourselves more aware of the human trafficking that's going on in the united states of america of of u._s. Children they're not foreign in kids their u._s. Kids well once again <hes> master chief kirby sir <hes> aw thanks for coming on thanks for what you did for the country. Thanks for what you did the navy thanks for what you did for the teams as i already said it was your our generation of seals the built the foundation of the tactics of the operational excellence and of the standard of will and of perseverance. That's never going to be forgotten. It's what gave me my life right. What gave me my life. Is you guys so so thanks for doing that. Thanks for coming on and it's an honor to be part of a brotherhood that you're a member of and thanks for having me and we love the brotherhood long live the brotherhood indeed sir right and master chief kirby has left the building real quick eric. He didn't mention this for social..

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"kirby" Discussed on Starting9

Starting9

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"kirby" Discussed on Starting9

"Welcome back to starting nine. Tall bestowed one twenty five <hes> before we started recording. I don't know what the short porch is doing. We started this podcast in the summer of twenty seventeen. We are on episode one twenty five. They started the short porch last year. There are an episode one on thirty so i don't know what's going on over there but i am very much perplexed. I don't understand it well. I feel like i feel like what do we lose episodes. They are we we to episodes a week. During the season for three years i feel like they may have microphones dangling in and around yankee stadium and they they just go back and you know take take any sort of sound. That's been accumulated in this week this week's interview. We've got seven people in the hotdog line and we also got a we got the popcorn guy getting pissed off that his refills dot com all next on the short porch. We've got we've ooh we've got. We've got the rain bird representative. Who was you're talking to. The grounds crew about replacing sprightly lines next special edition i. I don't know what's going on these. I don't know it's it's crazy. We in terms of episodes. We've we've been passed by the short porch. It's <hes> you know they say. Though it's it's quality over quantity <hes> curb aches speaking of quantity the most saves in baseball for the san diego padres curb your enthusiasm. It's you <hes> in in in this conversation with kirby. It's obviously you wanna talk talk to a guy. That's leading the league in saves. You wanna talk to him about his his <hes>. His approach is his mentality up there. I kinda. I wanted to talk to him about whether or not the rock could actually claim being hawaiian. If you don't know kirby eighths native hawaiian shane victorino we've actually had a lot of the hawaiians on the show cold wind or wyan curb yates hawaiian wyan hawaii for year dallas three with hawaiian yep. I've thought about going there hawaiian awaiian yeah. Jack j looks hawaiian. You like we should do a live. Show from hawaii probably probably from black rock on molly from right there. I'm very familiar. Grow the game. Throw the green yeah yeah pocket lolo. You know what i think. I think to kind of get a boondoggle going. I might hit up shane victorino and be like all right. Here's the deal you me. Dallas j interview hawaii thoughts <hes> <hes> yeah and we should do it actually waiting in the ocean. We could possibly do this on surfboards yeah. If we really really wanted to make it authentic we can easily do it on sports. Do it on surfboards. <hes> i want him to take me around is his hometown. I wanna see his his childhood little little league field <hes> i wanna i wanna see at all then i how about this <hes> twenty what was it. I believe it was twenty thirteen. Maybe maybe twenty fourteen <hes> the hawaiian team when i was out in a while when i was living in hawaii the hawaiian team that actually really ended up going to the little league world series i was there and i got to watch those games before they actually came over and <hes> did the damn thing here stateside so that was that was pretty get to watch them just fucking banging around on their own soil before they came over here and did work yeah fucking amazing event amazing you wanna talk about like i am fired literally baseball in oh my goddess you when year oh buddy oh buddy curious..

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"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Alabama. Well, I think that's fair. I agree with you on that. How much? Think it serves Dorka normally in the past. We would have the east wrapped up by now goes all day and still, you know, waiting to see what happens there, how How much much do do you you think think? advantage? Now, it already wrapped up as far as getting paid for Alabama. I don't think it's a critical factor Georgia. Short just thinking about bigger things and just winning the east, aren't you? That don't you agree. Alabama beat Alabama for the title. Then I would win an extra ten to. If you're Georgia fan, that's probably a pretty good bet considering how long it's been since you've wanted to title. Yes. I know that's not why we lost last year reports to all two thousand twelve topic about their I mean every day. What is this? There's been. Hey, daryl. At least one hundred ninety nine. Hey, get coast foreign coming up lying. Yes. Hi Darah because yes is mad. We got there's motor dollars on this show right now. But there ever has been what do you think about that? I think I mean policies he's he doesn't know what to do with all this intelligence. Darrelle. That's lutely. Absolutely. He is. I'm full of crap because you know, that I I told him yesterday. I don't even know why court the Alabama network while we should even go to the SEC championship game. I mean, you know, we should probably just dress up Atlanta Falcons. Jeez. And maybe they could beat Alabama about already given Alabama. They haven't they haven't already. This this joy this black and red tag team. Here is is really making me uncomfortable. Hey, you talking about Georgia was projected to be. I think I think sharing how to lose it over the right now. Steph curry smart, Paul ask her vs far when it comes on TV tonight that the whole nation fakes that we don't have a chance in heck to beat Alabama on them. Georgia doesn't have a chance. Well, you know, what you know, where you know. Shop the world. Daryl Kirby would say guys he would say we probably don't because we're just we're just little..

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"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"We know what this game means. We know the significance of it, historically. But what we don't know whether Auburn can make this a game based on what we've seen so far. Let's talk first about Georgia and the dog state of mind coming into Athens, Saturday night good afternoon. Hey, how are you doing? We're doing great. So what about what frame this game for us? I'm sorry. I did get the question there. Yeah. I mean. It's really interesting for me because you know, you've been around this robberies guy Avin, you know, it's kind of interesting that these two quote grants of sort of made a living on breaking each other's hearts. It seems like it. Not you. Had a lot to play for in this game and titular, but usually one or the other and yet I think there's Canada yield for me to that two thousand five game. A lot of people don't remember that. But Jacqueline ended up winning yet and Jamie that year and they'd already punch their ticket to Atlanta. But they lost to to a pretty good. All. Pretty good and people didn't know why they weren't better and making beating thirty one to thirty kind of boat their heart Devon Rama should do into next year. Your guys over to the planes with a really young team with Matt Stafford at quarterback and lead. It was trae battle that year at three interceptions and Georgia knocked off. I think it was the number five ranked offline team there's examples of that throughout history of this robbery. There teams, you know, they must be forty dads on Albans Roscoe from the state of Georgia, you know, they recruit sane Atlanta bay in. So there's a there's a lot of inspiration and motivation in there over and beyond whatever it means the grand scheme of the season. The fact of the matter is we'll just lose here. Even though they know it's gonna play Alabama a few weeks in Atlanta. You know, you certainly don't want to do that with with the loss fear or. Or you know against George attacking the season finale. So what's what's the danger? Because so we know they're coming in off of a couple of pretty emotionally high winds. I'm sure we've heard in. They will hear Kirby smart talk a lot about that this week. Yeah. I mean, I think it's good to seven o'clock game. Because you know, there's a lot of that comes with the seven o'clock night gain back your hadn't been home in a month. You know, they had the vow week, and they played Florida and Kentucky, and and LSU all the way from home. So I think that's good students are hungry to get a game that you spike squad is they call it that wears a spiked shoulder pads and everything they'll be out in full force. And and that's a good thing. But you know, generally, I mean, even as we sit here today, I'm out don't feel the electricity that only feel around Athens, Georgia when Auburn is getting ready to come to town. And I think that's the dangerous part of it. If this were, you know, a nine in one all Thirteen it may. it may feel a little bit differently. So so chip is that because Auburn has been all over the place this year. And I know they won Saturday, but they were on the they were about a half a second away from losing. And they've been a major disappointment is that the reason? Yeah..

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"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Character when he would draw full-page Blache and you know they would announce their entrance or whatever. I can imagine. Hell in all the different Thor comics shown up scaring the crap out of people because of the way Jack juror. Yeah. Yeah. There's a great one like Thors dead. It's like one fifty or something like that, and Thors died, kind of and Hella shows up. She's like, come on, come with me buddy. It's like, no. No. Finish the puzzle. Yeah, our source so good. I is for iron man. And this one is neat because Kirby did not draw the first ironman story. Intel's of suspense number thirty nine, right? But he the cover and design ironman suit. What we now call the Mark one is a riff on Jack Kirby's design, right, right. That it's just so cool that ten men Ray look. Jay is for Jones specifically, Gabe Jones and Rick Jones. I had to go to here. I wanted to give a member one of my favorite spots. Furious howling commandos and veteran agent of shield. But Rick Jones is one of the reasons we have a hulk. The Dan kid was just hanging out in the desert, a gamma bomb testing site like you do and would have been blown to smithereens. Were it not for the timely intervention of Mr. doctor, Bruce banner, maybe you've heard of them, but just think of the bits and pieces. I was thinking about what if stories, what if Rick Jones didn't go to the test and drive out there, right, right. Then banner doesn't become go out there to save him. Banner doesn't become hall without the hulk. What happens. The vendors. What happens like there's a 'cascade of those things and the Jones went onto do like he. He became a bunch of different kinds of characters. He was instrumental in the crease scroll war. He just died, right? He died in six. Yeah, they are. I p was a hacker later years. Switch bodies. Captain marvel. He's done so a lot. They haven't done anything about it. We're fine found k. is for Kirby crackle the signature way. Jack Kirby depicted energy, and it's essentially how Jack drew groups of dots around people or objects or in backgrounds, or really like wherever it was showing the build up of power. Yeah, it's funny because there are things that you can only accomplish in comics, right? As visual, medium. The Kirby crackles one of those things that like you said that that build up of energy, it feels like when someone someone standing there with their fists balled up and behind the mist, some Kirby crackle you can tell that that fits has energy just literally pulsing off of it. But as an effect that you can only accomplish comics, you could try to put it on screen, but it doesn't have the same affect as still page of those. Like there's motion empower. It's pretty nuts. Yeah, that's that's awesome l. is for lockjaw the greatest pop in the marvel universe? Sorry, lockjaw is a..

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"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Character when he would draw full-page Blache and you know they would announce their entrance or whatever. I can imagine. Hell in all the different Thor comics shown up scaring the crap out of people because of the way Jack juror. Yeah. Yeah. There's a great one like Thors dead. It's like one fifty or something like that, and Thors died, kind of and Hella shows up. She's like, come on, come with me buddy. It's like, no. No. Finish the puzzle. Yeah, our source so good. I is for iron man. And this one is neat because Kirby did not draw the first ironman story. Intel's of suspense number thirty nine, right? But he the cover and design ironman suit. What we now call the Mark one is a riff on Jack Kirby's design, right, right. That it's just so cool that ten men Ray look. Jay is for Jones specifically, Gabe Jones and Rick Jones. I had to go to here. I wanted to give a member one of my favorite spots. Furious howling commandos and veteran agent of shield. But Rick Jones is one of the reasons we have a hulk. The Dan kid was just hanging out in the desert, a gamma bomb testing site like you do and would have been blown to smithereens. Were it not for the timely intervention of Mr. doctor, Bruce banner, maybe you've heard of them, but just think of the bits and pieces. I was thinking about what if stories, what if Rick Jones didn't go to the test and drive out there, right, right. Then banner doesn't become go out there to save him. Banner doesn't become hall without the hulk. What happens. The vendors. What happens like there's a 'cascade of those things and the Jones went onto do like he. He became a bunch of different kinds of characters. He was instrumental in the crease scroll war. He just died, right? He died in six. Yeah, they are. I p was a hacker later years. Switch bodies. Captain marvel. He's done so a lot. They haven't done anything about it. We're fine found k. is for Kirby crackle the signature way. Jack Kirby depicted energy, and it's essentially how Jack drew groups of dots around people or objects or in backgrounds, or really like wherever it was showing the build up of power. Yeah, it's funny because there are things that you can only accomplish in comics, right? As visual, medium. The Kirby crackles one of those things that like you said that that build up of energy, it feels like when someone someone standing there with their fists balled up and behind the mist, some Kirby crackle you can tell that that fits has energy just literally pulsing off of it. But as an effect that you can only accomplish comics, you could try to put it on screen, but it doesn't have the same affect as still page of those. Like there's motion empower. It's pretty nuts. Yeah, that's that's awesome l. is for lockjaw the greatest pop in the marvel universe? Sorry, lockjaw is a..

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"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Sure. There's something it's just natural. It makes sense, but he made that up what he invented. I mean, there are other patriotic characters that were going at the time because we're at war and art reflects real life obviously. But there was something special about. Happen design and the kind of hero that he was in the no nonsense kind of thing, but also very noble that made them kinda stand the test of time. I mean, there's a reason he's come back and been popular in different formats, whether it was avengers when he came back years later after the war or the captain America movie in the nineties. But I love or the new captain America stuff and the adventures I mean when when captain America shows have been the avengers movie, everyone in the audience starts kind of like getting warm like clapping and cheering because that character represents something that was on display on that I cover. And it's all Jack d is for devil dinosaur because he's a big rig dinosaur, little dude, writing his back. Come on, how do you remember what I meant to return to marvel in the seventies great. Earlier, delaware. Right in their nineteen Seventy-eight. It is big and it's fun, and it's weird. And yeah, it's so countered everything else to that was going on. Like I can't imagine the meeting where he walked in and they're like, hey, you got a new idea for captain America or some bad guy for Black Panther to fight. And he's like, Nope, I wanna use a giant dinosaur. Oh, like Greenland. Nope, there's going to be read and he's gonna have a monkey on his back. Like, what are you talking about? That's awesome. And then someone meetings, like, yeah, whatever, Jack, let's do it. Yeah, that works. It's crazy. I think it was only nine issues and now we have moon girl double dinosaur going now for three years on, yeah, yeah. It's bringing new readers in different ways that I'm sure that that book brought readers, and there was probably some kid who whose brother was into two cats in America and the adventures, and he was like, that's not really for me, and he looks over and sees double or book with a monkey guy. Nearly yes up. I could be moon boy one day. E is for each on the searcher. One of the celestial. Giant space. Gods with the absolutely coolest designed, airy perfect. Kirby, look, yes, amazing. All the celestial weird Kirby circuitry and stuff. And then he goes so deep and like you look at their hands. Yeah, thumbs bits and pieces of them are full of detail. You could almost build them like in real life. Yeah, and because they're so odd-looking that they're just very, I don't know, original, my duties on he gets properly introduced. Attorneys number nine, nine hundred seventy seven in Miami where I was born. I was seeing a song, but we don't have the rights to it being a high Miami. It is Miami, you know, that's all in the story is cool. Universal. I in the palm of his hand, right? The let's him search and learn about things because he's he's on the searcher. Literally just like puts his hand to the Murray and city is just like people out. Literally the DVD's are bugging out in the issue. It's so. Good, but he's one of the many celestial. The fourth host that Jack created internals which is just a series full of bombast IQ and incredible ideas. Crazy. I could've done this whole thing on turn. Yeah, f- is for the fantastic four because it's the obvious choice. Yes. What is the right choice? Whether we're talking about the series or the team, there is no marvel as we know it without the correct there's no fantastic for with Jack king Kirby, correct. We could talk about their familial aspects, Ben Grimm's tormented yet, Harare cart, Jackson -cational use of mixed media, which is as as a fan. Yeah, especially as a huge Kirby fan. That is one of my favorite things whenever he would like negative zone or something right. Extra weird. He would like make a collage clause. It's like photo the black and white. Then you've got the color art on top of it stuff. Yeah, gorgeous. Do you ever favorite Kirby thing from fantastic? Four from fantastic four. So I like doctor doom a lot, especially Kirby's doom. He just kind of like bulky and very menacing. Especially against the rest of the f. f. characters. I also like awesome, Android, awesome. Android, new applic-. Yes, he's so cute..

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"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Sure. There's something it's just natural. It makes sense, but he made that up what he invented. I mean, there are other patriotic characters that were going at the time because we're at war and art reflects real life obviously. But there was something special about. Happen design and the kind of hero that he was in the no nonsense kind of thing, but also very noble that made them kinda stand the test of time. I mean, there's a reason he's come back and been popular in different formats, whether it was avengers when he came back years later after the war or the captain America movie in the nineties. But I love or the new captain America stuff and the adventures I mean when when captain America shows have been the avengers movie, everyone in the audience starts kind of like getting warm like clapping and cheering because that character represents something that was on display on that I cover. And it's all Jack d is for devil dinosaur because he's a big rig dinosaur, little dude, writing his back. Come on, how do you remember what I meant to return to marvel in the seventies great. Earlier, delaware. Right in their nineteen Seventy-eight. It is big and it's fun, and it's weird. And yeah, it's so countered everything else to that was going on. Like I can't imagine the meeting where he walked in and they're like, hey, you got a new idea for captain America or some bad guy for Black Panther to fight. And he's like, Nope, I wanna use a giant dinosaur. Oh, like Greenland. Nope, there's going to be read and he's gonna have a monkey on his back. Like, what are you talking about? That's awesome. And then someone meetings, like, yeah, whatever, Jack, let's do it. Yeah, that works. It's crazy. I think it was only nine issues and now we have moon girl double dinosaur going now for three years on, yeah, yeah. It's bringing new readers in different ways that I'm sure that that book brought readers, and there was probably some kid who whose brother was into two cats in America and the adventures, and he was like, that's not really for me, and he looks over and sees double or book with a monkey guy. Nearly yes up. I could be moon boy one day. E is for each on the searcher. One of the celestial. Giant space. Gods with the absolutely coolest designed, airy perfect. Kirby, look, yes, amazing. All the celestial weird Kirby circuitry and stuff. And then he goes so deep and like you look at their hands. Yeah, thumbs bits and pieces of them are full of detail. You could almost build them like in real life. Yeah, and because they're so odd-looking that they're just very, I don't know, original, my duties on he gets properly introduced. Attorneys number nine, nine hundred seventy seven in Miami where I was born. I was seeing a song, but we don't have the rights to it being a high Miami. It is Miami, you know, that's all in the story is cool. Universal. I in the palm of his hand, right? The let's him search and learn about things because he's he's on the searcher. Literally just like puts his hand to the Murray and city is just like people out. Literally the DVD's are bugging out in the issue. It's so. Good, but he's one of the many celestial. The fourth host that Jack created internals which is just a series full of bombast IQ and incredible ideas. Crazy. I could've done this whole thing on turn. Yeah, f- is for the fantastic four because it's the obvious choice. Yes. What is the right choice? Whether we're talking about the series or the team, there is no marvel as we know it without the correct there's no fantastic for with Jack king Kirby, correct. We could talk about their familial aspects, Ben Grimm's tormented yet, Harare cart, Jackson -cational use of mixed media, which is as as a fan. Yeah, especially as a huge Kirby fan. That is one of my favorite things whenever he would like negative zone or something right. Extra weird. He would like make a collage clause. It's like photo the black and white. Then you've got the color art on top of it stuff. Yeah, gorgeous. Do you ever favorite Kirby thing from fantastic? Four from fantastic four. So I like doctor doom a lot, especially Kirby's doom. He just kind of like bulky and very menacing. Especially against the rest of the f. f. characters. I also like awesome, Android, awesome. Android, new applic-. Yes, he's so cute..

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"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello model. You're listening to this week in marvel episode number three hundred and fifty. Seven. I'm Ryan take a Marvel's agent m and we are joined by special co host this week. It's Mr. Ricky per. Rickie burden on the town manager at marvel. I'm excited to be here. Yeah, it's been a while you've been on the show before, but never in this space in this format? No, this room is huge. You guys see it. Can you. You guys should see it. It's. Very excited. You're on the show with me this week. Thank you for doing this. And if you're wondering where Jamie Kelly is, she's out on field assignment this week, do not fret. She will be back fun stuff this week. Top news is, of course that we are celebrating Jack Kirby's birthday across marvel, com- moral social media. And here on this week in marvel he would been one hundred and one years old Ricky, yes, that's crazy. I was just thinking yesterday we went out to celebrate his birthday we being, yeah, I went out with Nick Lowe and Chris Robinson's more people from at to'real and were talking about it. And I was like one hundred one years old. He was born before the nineteen hundreds. And then I was like, right, we're in twenty eighteen. So it's not before nineteen hundreds. I'm dumb. But yes, we went out last night to celebrate him and talk about our first Kirby comics and like what we thought of when we were kids and blah, blah, blah. I was. It was a lot of fun. That's amazing. That would have been his birthday. What about on August twenty eighth, we've been doing stuff all week long and for our part here on the show, we're doing Jack Kirby a to z talking about twenty-six Kirby create. Ideas, connections, fun stuff, and that'll be later in the show I very excited specifically wanted you to be here with with me to talk about this because you love Jack Kirby's work. Yes, a ton and working with artists immesnse allot our interview. This.

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"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello model. You're listening to this week in marvel episode number three hundred and fifty. Seven. I'm Ryan take a Marvel's agent m and we are joined by special co host this week. It's Mr. Ricky per. Rickie burden on the town manager at marvel. I'm excited to be here. Yeah, it's been a while you've been on the show before, but never in this space in this format? No, this room is huge. You guys see it. Can you. You guys should see it. It's. Very excited. You're on the show with me this week. Thank you for doing this. And if you're wondering where Jamie Kelly is, she's out on field assignment this week, do not fret. She will be back fun stuff this week. Top news is, of course that we are celebrating Jack Kirby's birthday across marvel, com- moral social media. And here on this week in marvel he would been one hundred and one years old Ricky, yes, that's crazy. I was just thinking yesterday we went out to celebrate his birthday we being, yeah, I went out with Nick Lowe and Chris Robinson's more people from at to'real and were talking about it. And I was like one hundred one years old. He was born before the nineteen hundreds. And then I was like, right, we're in twenty eighteen. So it's not before nineteen hundreds. I'm dumb. But yes, we went out last night to celebrate him and talk about our first Kirby comics and like what we thought of when we were kids and blah, blah, blah. I was. It was a lot of fun. That's amazing. That would have been his birthday. What about on August twenty eighth, we've been doing stuff all week long and for our part here on the show, we're doing Jack Kirby a to z talking about twenty-six Kirby create. Ideas, connections, fun stuff, and that'll be later in the show I very excited specifically wanted you to be here with with me to talk about this because you love Jack Kirby's work. Yes, a ton and working with artists immesnse allot our interview. This.

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"kirby" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The wonderfully free spirit and capricious Princess Margaret and caught Hollywood's I she's been cast in mission, impossible fallout as mysterious arms dealer. The white widow, aka alignments. Pless should be the other way around people call her the white widow in this. She is, of course phonetic Irby soon to be replaced on the crown. Of course by Bonham Carter. Yep. Good, good casting casting when she came into London recently to talk about mission imposs- befall out. I went along and had a good old Nata with her, but all sorts of stuff including with enough karaoke. So here you go me, talkative, nessa Kirby, please do hidden joy, hey, as Crissier just jumping into say that I've since we listened to this interview with Vanessa Kirby and is mildly spoiler ethic, particularly in terms of a major revelation about the white widow. So tread carefully in fact, maybe best. Listen to this one after you've seen fallout. Okay. Anyway, here it is me and for a Kirby enjoying. We're delighted to be joined on the podcasts by the star of Mitch. It is imposs- befall outlook just helpful. Reminder case, go Go for for the the name. name. Join this before. Good. Great. No, of course. Neces- Kirby. Forty, same voices gang no unerring cigarettes, the crown. Just different accents. How're things enjoying the of experience? I am. Yes. When really fun actually to be with everybody again and Evans. Really nice. Yeah, it was supposed to lucky to be because it hasn't been a while since this film was filming up until probably last week. Editing editing it four days before still. I had lost one thing. It an hour before the premiere. I mean, literally, Chris, so I knew the beginning was going to be in for something a ride, no matter what how how it ended up. Yes, we finished February February. Okay. Took a year and did things that was impacted by by Tom's injury because he careless. He smashes leg into a wall doing how did that change euro change your old things. Probably I think you know, I know that Chris was really in the end quite grateful for that time to edit and decide, always helpful way. I mean re-shoots always hopeful thing anyway, because you never really know what you have. I know it was helpful for him. I depressed. Today's I went down. Remember being Sydney, this is this is surreal, but yeah. Time when Demisch quit the crowd at the same time. I was feeling the series to that same literally the same dates. As those doing night, she's doing day times on the crown at the same time. That was really tough. Exhausting. Are you sort of actor who holds onto the character? So if you're if you're Princess Margaret day on the white widow in the night, you don't want those things to cross. I was warning the accent would creep in probably did actually, in some takes. Yeah. The only difference is the have. No, it was a challenge. Yeah, I just wanted to make really different. But yeah, that was quite challenging. Just a find different in in a life somehow. Does the name help the name must help in terms of when you create any character from the ground up and Jakarta's cold, a believable, Atlanta supplus well, done well done. Yes, I didn't. Who else? Got that. I know it's almost series except Zoeller and they live in Paris quite sure what's going on. What's going on. Maybe that's the point. Alana, but obviously known to the world and to the audience mostly as the white widow. And I imagined I told that you're playing or going to plan a card to call the white widow, your mind, just as racist possibilities, and this is what I can do with this character. I mean, I asked Chris y, and he was just. Yeah, that she sort of meant to be this sort of like, you know, he wants us to be slight throwback film. The warriors who to fem for telly type. You know, he, he, we've, we reference Lauren, Bacall quiet and which I loved because I just love her. And the beginning that was that was nice. The script was being written as went, went sure those big plans to come back and fight ill, sir, into take one out onto die with Henry and the helicopter and these versions of her, but actually just became clear really that have presence was sort of meant to be sort of disarming and enigmatic on usual, and she's in Paris ratings, big criminal network, and she's. Tarantula eskimo. So that's what we were supposed to lewd to..

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"kirby" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"Now i guess a new slur new slayer and you know kirby goes to the pines and fire island shares a giant house they have gorgeous dinners but the the sexual tension is there by virtue of them all being attracted to men there's their own judge you have sex you lose what we have sex you lose if you go up to someone and say hey i like i like i see you on grindr on the island i i haven't i thought i might as well come up to you and proposition you know what i love about this is we just figured out exactly how you hit on people terrible i love it there's a kirby grinder kirby grinder ping puff render pink right right here this one's a little bit different okay kirby's vietnam tour now it's fine it's fine this is no this is kirby being a traveling around vietnam as a contractor building new resorts you like new because now vietnam assault people getting out tourism is yes that's it that's brilliant mine mine fullon is it's just pull the movie platoon but is oh now it is kirby watches willem dafoe just die in the middle field as take away he's just like oh god this place is poison that works that'll be like that'll be like a lot of a mobile game yeah give it a fullfledged all right next one kirby's disaster of dinner party oh my god eight everything this this is the people murdered every anybody this is the fire island system people to the fire out this is the tonic sleep oversee sequel but it's a disaster it becomes a whole lake who's afraid of virginia woolf people's relationships start to unravel and that's what it is i like to think of it as clue oh fun i don't know why but i think like i think of somebody kills the made becomes who did it end it's it's kirby because he swallowed the made and he's a murderer and the maid is a star you can never have a serious conversation with kirby now trying to break up with kirby he's in be like dressed like a police officer kirby stop enough herby this is part of the problem you're trying to connect with you and we just can't get through dog now dog now well if you still love me right i'm moving out goodbye put it on kirby's reefs don't i'm dog now next one great turkey kirby's terrible local access show oh this is gets comedian no totally so chris gave up his show davis took it over now brett's like i'm moving in la kirby gets his own what is it w w none of them knows knows but kirby gets his own cable end that's what it is yeah in new york people don't know if you think adults whim isn't weird enough oh checkout and that's it and then it's it's just fun like he thinks he's the next andy kaufman it's weird it's like the only episode i can think of is kirby swallows watermelons spits them out the wall and smashes them and then turns the camera goes do any of us really exists for an hour and a half and you're like is this art it's he's kirby is existential gallagher that's so cool somebody had to be all right kirby's twenty hour docu series on the american civil war oh my god i love this this is kirby just sucked in ken burns i can do this did you see the pbs have you guys seen the pbs civil war i haven't here it's amazing is there's one guy on though like everybody every other historic their talks about like an in this happened in that happened and then there's one historian whose talks like he was there like like that every single person said like in their hilarious to him in homely to him that that one character from like season three of house of cards little too intense reenact related cheer great grand papi i wanna make love to you guess shows fucking weird all right final one final one kirby's murderous rage which is every kirby every day i mean i guess the differentiating thing in this one is that kirby it's it's it's it's it's it takes place in the purge universe oh it's the purge and he just gets to kill serbian the purge would be great because you'd be very unassuming he would murder everybody bloodless it'd be like bloodless coup curb your goto and smash brothers actually one hundred percent yes love it lately but lately with smash.

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"kirby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Kirby i am man you wanna stunning loss to west bromwich albion brian on sunday one nil at old trafford manager shows aim is not ready to play more substitutes benching some starters of what as well paul pago got substituted for in the loss before sixty minutes are up he potentially lose some playing time jesse lynn guard anthony marshall marcus rash for all expecting to get more playing time wednesday when menu will face born with meanwhile corner reports new york knicks have no interest in a reunion with jeff van gundy that's a spike initial contact between the two sides van gundy formerly coached the knicks he's currently in espn analyst last coach in the nba with the rockets in two thousand and seven playoff action in the nba minute forty to go in the first quarter philadelphia sixers leading miami twenty seven twentyseven eighteen in about two hours they'll tip off san antonio is at golden state warriors lead that series one game ten on nhl action the postseason as well five thirteen to go in the second period toronto adam has taken a three to two lead over boston eighteen thirty eight to go in the second tampa bay a one nothing lead over the devils coming up later tonight nashville a colorado san jose is home for anaheim meanwhile nfl news former pittsburgh steeler james harrison announcing his retirement from the nfl after fifteen seasons he was the two thousand eight league defensive player of the year last season played for the patriots one regular season game and the entire postseason i'm dan schwartzman that's your bloomberg nbc world sports update stephen all right thanks a lot dan well coming up here on bloomberg daybreak asia we're gonna talk cybersecurity with colin robertson of ba systems applied intelligence lots to talk about of course the russia allegations from the us and british governments just overnight we're going to dig into that as well as how vulnerable are all we on our computers this is debbie hart is president ever wonder why weddings is so expensive why brexit was really all about china did you know that an economics professor uses broadway musicals to illustrate his lectures the bloomberg benchmark podcast is about all that and.

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"kirby" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"I don't actually even know that that's an ngo hey boss almost every kirby game the first boss i didn't know joking but you guys have you ever talked about the fan theory that the tree boss proves that kirby is like the asshole of the game he's very much to the antichrist right of the kirby's the tree is just their mile walk around i really needed to exactly but no he pulls apples often shoots at its face until it's literally crying and then that's how you beat the level i think there's a reference to that in kirby's avalanche which was the mean being machines swap we opio yeah like there's a line where he's like you're in my career you're in my way i'm just sitting here he's like well you're in my way oh man finally showed his true colors yeah no i downloaded it but i have not tried it out yet like i've been saying i've i've heard some some unkind things about the performance over buzz around the demos seemed kind tepid yeah from what i saw it is super pretty like are very much what i want all kind of modern to look like because it looks like super high high def it's funny saying that but for nintendo that thing because until last janu really didn't have that you know this good so and they are working to cover it out east they've run into an issue where the hook up the switch to the capture gear and the audio comes in all blown out and we don't know what's different about kirby for where five zero related i wonder maybe something changed on.

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"kirby" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

My Brother, My Brother And Me

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kirby" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me

"Power a list of games that you actually the only way to win is to turn off the game and never played again like being one of those fights were like there's no way i can beat this boss will the gray is you turn it off and that kills the boss yes certainly exists while you're play time he got gotta move your controller over the second port um that something that all work in some game yeah i do that with every game now just make sure that behind tricked in some way and i think keep in mind is if you have a bad time with the game and so you're playing kirby's dreamland even though it's called kirby streamline kirby didn't make it the army didn't make the game he is the star of the game and so they called it kirby's streamline i know that's confusing because like when you go to the movies need go see like i wanna see george lucas's star wars you know right there what it says on the ten who made it on that's not how it works in game some time sometimes it'll be car called like super mario the odyssey at but it's not he didn't jesus christ how are you not getting this he didn't make it someone someone made it like one or two people made it when you get angry at the game because you died from too many apples stop writing angry letters to kirby he didn't it's not him he didn't do it hit a naked jack kirby made it jack kirby made it by himself another joke about video game ha is trade ends if you you the problem with getting into video games is if you don't already have video games to trade in towards a brand new videogame you really there's no way to get into this.

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