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Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness
"Hello jonathan so. I'm a huge fan of queer eye and of yours personally because you're radiating joey all over the place whether it's watching you learn to figure skate on i g or your daily morning coffee boogie you. I really just love all of your content And virtually officiating a wedding. That was also very cool during quarantine so cool so we're really honored to have you on breaking beauty. Podcast tell us from your perspective like what is self confidence. What does it look like. And why is it important. Pay attention to. Oh that's a really good question. I think for me. Self confidence is so important because it will competence is like one of the central tenets of self of like being centered self and what that means is in the therapy that i've done so much of is like we wanna be self led like my idea. Being sulfide is like the person that like. Even if i'm late or things of kind of gone awry like i can still be calm. I'm not reactive inaugurated you know. You're centered selfish. Very like calm clear compassionate courageous. It's like really like the best version of yourself and so confidence is part of that in so when you feel confident that's like a really good indicator for me when i feel confidence a really good indicator for me that my centered south. I miss. i'm not in an a people pleasing my personality. I'm not in a irritated part of my personality. I'm not in like a overly work mode part of my personality. I'm like you know self-led fled so accurately talks about that. There's a lot of people in virtual eaters and spiritual thinkers who think who talk about being selfless. So confidence is such a big piece of that. But i think the thing that people miss the most often about confidence and i know that for myself i did too is that you can be competent and you can have a part of you. That feels really confident about something but then also really insecure about something else and can happen at the same time There's parts of you that feel confident but then there's other parts that you know are insecure about certain things and so the trick is is wet part of yourself. Can you identify with. Can you hear from that part. That might wanna change something or maybe doesn't like something about yourself and say look i hear you like i get it. I understand why you might feel that way about yourself. This is like you talking to yourself. Maybe we got those ideas from society or like something. That doesn't really feel organic to us. Like while i hear what you're saying i need to get in the back seat because actually centered. South is here. And we're not going to be berating ourselves today about that like expectation of beauty that we know that part of me has for how it's supposed to him kind of china mores in it by with this parliament industrial confidence about you know my heart may essence. What i do for my friends what i do for me. The only or feels like super confident about my face. I have i will say this. Maybe i am maybe really competent. But my face is like one thing. I've never been self conscious about like. I've always thought like a really pretty face like i've cobblers. I like i've always been like work. There's other so. I always looks like something. You feel competent. It doesn't mean physical thing it can be a piece of who you are and then just tried to identify with that. Because i think there's anyone who feels completely competent about everything all the time every single thing. Yeah i read in your bio that from a really young age like forever. You were out and i and i think about back then like what gives you the confidence to express your authentic self. Even from a young age. I say the include ryan episodes of like you know there really was like i could really be in a closet if you had like is in ears like if you were in my presence. You were very much like okay. Like i was fully fluid in nancy. Kerrigan kristi yamaguchi oxana by all geos zodiac sign. I also knew about everything about the electoral college in the presidential election of nineteen ninety-two. I really wanted to talk about i. Thought ross perot is actually. When i understood. I understood like the words. I didn't understand the politics of his leaks. I was i was really engaged in the world around me also just extremely feminine and i wanted to wear tights that i wanted to her off the shoulder. Things and i wanted to like run up to my dad's best friends like push them in runaway. Be like it was just exactly how i am now but if i do is coming out of the closet officially linked answering yes to the question of our i was getting asked if i was gade called gay and like just was asked to from such a young age that i think by the time it was like in sixth grade. It was like by fifth grade already done. I'm buying and pamela anderson's. I watch being watch like i you know but really it was david hasselhoff that i get enough up. He was such treatment in the nineties. Yeah until he started rapping. Of course you started rapping. Did i miss a diva rap. I'm pretty sure he was a big rapper. In germany he had an act german moment. I did knows because of rapid wisit wrapping. Am i making that up. Okay i'm going to have to google it after our call
Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen returns to Milwaukee for a fundraiser
"Oh seven Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen ease in town this weekend for a big fundraiser it was twenty five years ago that the west Allis native took speed skating gold appearing with him Saturday night at the gold turns to silver tribute at the Harley museum our other gold medalists including Kristi Yamaguchi and Bonnie Blair really is kind of a family and it's it's a it's a unique one everybody I think proud to be an Olympian and even no difference for everybody knows knows what the others have gone through to get to get to that point the Dan Jansen foundation raises money to help the families of people fighting leukemia the disease that took the life of his sister Jane met near WTMJ news I remember when they owned this city not just the city but were own this country I mean everyone knew Dan Jansen everybody knew Bonnie Blair they're all gonna be back
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on Get Up!
"But i got jalen scars here a new mental see the thing ankle is stopped collecting slash all win basketball's ever since the bolt became the wizards i figure i didn't agree with that move all the logos changed these are nuggets these nuggets error j rey again how about that jalen is you went from no hair to air nobody does it's like the complete opposite of being in college we cut our hair as a brotherhood so i rock the ball didn't elite you travel so much and my arbor couldn't go with me everywhere oh my god first problems casing love to sign as many of those could yeah you are a crazy met fan as anyone who watches knows your thoughts because it's been one of the strange the mets always have unusual seasons it's been a very strange when the status so incredibly well then it was a disaster where's it going say disaster you've been covering sports long enough these seasons are long and batted out of order scott i mean work with me here they look if they didn't incredibly hot streak to start we won't be looking at the comparisons right now still above five hundred sweep this weekend of d backs and i think you have to look at the season holistically and that's baseball over five game the next game you hit a walk off to win the game i mean that's just how it is to game streaks and you've got to be to win if the longhaul victim perspectives a fan and a lot of fans don't have that perspective they've call for calloway's head after two games it's crazy it's very peaceful in zen your perspect course i mean what's the also we're not on the team we're not fans aren't on the team just let the players do their thing and fans can just watch an appreciate it who is the most because i've seen a lot of really big celebrities have gotten into h q quite a few of them do cameos who was the one that excited you the most the most excited to say man this person is watching me on q and i'm into it i mean we started with kristi yamaguchi which i thought holy cow watching her winter olympics she came to promote the winter olympics and then after that we went to london.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"In sports or your leader in business it's the same thing a parent is a leader a player of a tenth grade player that might be captain of a volleyball team is a leader so there's so many different situations where people lied other people and that's really what the book is about and having such tremendous incredible amazing reviews from many ceo's and presidents of companies and i've been doing a lot of guests speaking for businesses and sports teams in different organizations because of the popularity of this book and again you'll be able to join rusty this will be at this wonderful event coming up this weekend and we china with the coach told me yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed that he'll be there kristi yamaguchi will be on board as well with the presentation with her reading quarter the two authors pavilions is that where we're gonna find you rusty yes i'll be in the malka author civilian on saturdays at eleven am til twelve noon and then i will be in the barnes and noble ten from twelve noon to one pm doing book signings there if there was something that you would share just one idea brief concept with those in the world of business looking to improve and to optimize their roles what would you recommend to them i have a general framework in my book that i call the four p's achieving and sustaining success and it's really about focusing on people having an identifying a clear purpose and then having a detailed process and when you focus on your people you have a clear purpose and you have a detailed process that equals the performance that equals the results that equals the productivity that you'll get from your team members you folks have liked to obtain a copy of your book where's the best way it's on amazon or at barnes and noble in store at the barnes and noble at ala moana so both situations work or come to the hawaii book and music festival this weekend and reminders the day and time and location will.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Sonos now let them know god aww when he criticised you everyone raynham off the internet everyone says free scott i am free i i'm not shackled no manacles on me i'm wandering around a very small congressman right now so i am free uh and you know i kid host every every game i'd like to but i have to have a life i wanna go see the donkeys in concert tonight which is what i'm doing so not on the show the ninety incident what and again for you tonight that got the guts was telling us jimmy fallon said in for you one time jimmy fallon said it that was oh no those i just don't get future germany yeah jimmy kimmel that was incredible and we've had kristi yamaguchi come in and co host had burke from sesame street coming pillows two game yeah i knew that was coming yet i'm gonna do it yes you said yes i when i have kids when i have kids you can do is discussed it all see young visiting damn will discuss have you sent me up yep that's what they would wipers and then we're going to get the right scott we appreciate it thank you for making the time force congratulations on your success as your age very much is your life been turned upside down by this i'm getting a request to going to delegates ourselves and this was pretty cool all right delay shit that got them but yes you got you got your guy coming to take your job winston gotta deal.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"All that we would just it rather seems like scream and throw anybody's rocks at inter each other sedan about politics meanwhile you've got people who are miss leading young folks into thinking somehow any of the impossible could suddenly be made possible because they have tag something on twitter or they they were encouraged by their teachers to march on a legislature in a season some 1989 such thing mike tyson defeats frank and when bruno the next by tko school shooting in the fifth happens round what for are the those heavyweight same boxing young title people going to think and as we can 1992 kristi yamaguchi because we don't of even the united states that they wins never the even olympic been gold taught medal how the in political women's process figure skating works badger never mind iheart radio the sheer weekend impossibility sports time capsule of getting what they're wellconnected demanding enough with to their get the passion real story and their trauma and bold and their rage enough to tell it stay informed with vicky mckenna on talk eleven thirty wins n two good afternoon welcome to the program i am vicky mccain i'm frustrated vicky mckenna i'm frustrated just frustrated the more it's really hard folks to say that that people don't want two the people actually do want to do something to secure schools it's just really hard to say that in his hard not to criticise the people who are we olding politics is a bludgeon of of not caring about whether another group of school kids as mowed down by a lunatic it's really hard just because that's at that's what's being presented to everybody in the in the media landscape and the information landscape in it's just frustrating because the discreet problem of school safety is not rolling a bolder of the back side of an ice covered mountain it's not that's what so frustrating is that i'm i'm i'm too it's all it's just all politics and and you don't feel free to share with me liberals why you think politics and by the way your politics are never going to be realised just but screaming about your politics is a better alternative than solving the discreet problem of school safety i'm looking at an email that was sent out by the madison's school superintendent to everybody asking all of.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal
"If one of our figure skaters all of a sudden revealed she's wearing kristi yamaguchi stressed that we give her the gold medal i think you need to and need to do something more than that right paul i kid you out you on my side air 100percent kauai i dunno beds does the slamdunk contest is really lost its lost their cell i mean i as we say this uh private fan is for the last decade or so but i don't know visit another answer to the way they're doing it but maybe needs to be revamped again i'm not sure yeah what's the what what's simmons idea on this what does he think for the dunk contest uh hold on we got them right here as i did fourteen donkeys make it an and his three bonus doctors and they get a buy into the second round and then they lose their first draft pick i don't know if that's gonna work bill i don't know what would you say well i know i talked to him about it and we say the judging definitely has to be different like i didn't bed on this because i'm not letting dj collagen lisa leslie cost me a semester of junior college from my kids have more respect for the my money than that but at undertake what did he say about this stuff i think he said it was good i think he said he enjoyed it i think for whatever reason nostalgia played a factor in that amine we want to see larry nance dunk at vince carter don't not not these other guys but yeah i think he he seemed to enjoy it so i dunno tate like what what what what did you think alike the kevin heart thing too i mean that's just i can't believe you one jumping over kevin hard and three kids and you made on a bid down i mean i don't understand that honestly though tate but they kevin heart fourfoot par many squatted down.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To look around just try to find people look you know might be that i knew i wouldn't do this just walk embankment somebody's door and say i do you have any welfare cheese i enters that remains well exa creams that's why it but i would uh for a somebody i knew i you know i'd hit him up for some member issue because it was pretty good anyway so what is your theory is to white mold maybe were were jumping the gun because there may be a lot of people in radio land here that we haven't talked through that think that the olympics are just the best degree of may very well be see i can't even name two or three people on the olympic team now lease that oh all the people saw the by hooligans data kristi yamaguchi and uh uh in at oxana once you added have you kind of cute cheers to your as researchers also what twelve or something uh issues fifteen i think or 60 yeah that even as she got older in a she still stayed cute when she got old that national it was cute but died she did have a little problem and she got boozy cello problem are going off the road near claiming out somebody's shrubbery in front of their house in other was bloomfield connecticut or some or something like that be out there but but you know can't hold that against somebody all right it's a twelve in his before one o'clock in the morning doug is calling doug we'll have time for doug right yet he's gonna have to hold onto we have to take a break but doug is on the fall this going to be high excitement this is wbz news radio 1030 and we'll be right back this is what we can live on wbz newsradio 1030.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on KPCC
"Tending to be kristi yamaguchi and so when i sat down on sunday night to watch this first out gay figure skater skate at the olympics i knew it was going to be an event but i didn't quite know that it would be so emotional for me personally me imagining what how i would have responded to that as an eight year old as a 10yearold as a teenager is that he's a feminine qualities his girlish nece his gayness frankly was so present and celebrated and he got so much applause and all of that just bundled together i just think as a kid that would have been a really vital moment of validation you can be entirely yourself and people will love you not despite it but partly because of it i thought a lot about how i would have felt if there was an atom upon when i was eight years old were ten or a teenager and something i wrote in this piece was that seeing him as a kid would have destroyed me and i don't mean that in a negative way i mean it would have sort of just torn me down to the studs and then maybe rebuilt me you know just a little bit more confident or a little bit more seen we have to address systems and institutions we have to make bigger broader changes but once in a while seeing this one individual thing this one moment can instil so much hope and i'm so glad that uh hopefully so many people saw that on sunday night when adam skated and we'll see it again.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I wanted were possible and it was you know kind of tough at times then i saw christie on tv like winning the gold medal in they saw her being cheered and i saw her on magazine covers and i thought i had dreams to end suddenly i think all those dreams just felt like a little more real and more possible so go on skirts release have some kristi yamaguchi posters on your long your bedroom i had i get had a couple there is then i also had her sports illustrated cover out with her the gold medal like in my room framed for a few years she was such an inspiration to me i actually had a few questions that i wanted to ask her if that's alright yorker for christie when we spoke before you mentioned like you hadn't realized how much the gold medal would mean to other people and maybe especially to others in the asianamerican community can you talk a little bit more about that in how you realized it was this huge deal and what the supported the community meant to you than bannon now absolutely no i think as a 20yearold in your just chasing your dream it's pretty much just focused on that athlete in you know accomplishing that olympic dream going for it i've definitely wasn't until after receiving such support from the asianamerican community and you know hearing why they were so proud that's when i start looking back at my own family history and knowing that i was just one generation away from my family who lost everything and had to rebuild their entire lives improve their loyalty right to this country that's when i realized wow yes i am able to live out the american dream because of the work in the sacrifices of now the generation before me so christie i know that you're following in rooting for all the us skaters by you've been a mentor to karen shan who lucky was from fremont i thinking she said yes she says she wants to be just like you and phone your footsteps and he wrote the forward to her memoir i was on if you see yourself in her at all and just what advice you given her over the years and particularly now she goes to her first olympics i you know i've met her when she was twelve years old and at that very first meeting by definitely felt i saw a little bit.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Mpean now and you will always be an olympian and you will feel so proud to represent the country and you will feel that support of the entire country behind you know the usa is back home cheering for you so it embrace that and go out there in just really enjoy the moment i remember you mentioned erupt grown up in a california any mention its diversity you know it's also got more than its share of world class and olympic figure skaters from peggy fleming and brian by tunnel to you a now karen and many more do you think there's something about the area that is particularly nurturing to athletes or even to figure skaters in particular i know it's so interesting because we all had different coaches skated that different rinks i it wasn't like it was a particular training center but you know i think just the pool of talent in you know when you have inspiration like that locally i think it just it continues on on who were guru role models growing up christie i'll ahead lenny role models in my first idle in skating andrew inspired me was dorothy hamill i started skating them late seventy so of course she was america's sweetheart at the time in in particular tiffany chin she was one of the first asianamerican us champion and lifted seeing tiffany true not only always kind of do for you conflict went for having a connection with her just with the asian american heritage an seeing what was possible and someone who looks like you and the possibilities i think at just open up in your mind will kristi yamaguchi amical drunk it was from perfect to speak with both of you um for blood you have number trafficking verses will break through time absolutely thank you thank you markelle thank you christie but story comes courtesy of our across woman's love dusk you can find more over coverage at pri dot org later on the show you a skier mckay with schifrin go.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I really felt the sense at all is this really happening and i just kept thinking about watching christie's gate is a little girl in wishing i could go back and tell my nineyearold self this was going to happen of but at the same time i had a job to do and i knew i had to be professional keep the conversation moving tickets back demoted to you're watching the olympics you secrecy yamaguchi she gets a gold medal what was it about that whole episode that inspired you well figure skating is an exciting beautiful sport to watch out and and i'll never forget that night watching christie skate for the gold the long program i was at my grandmother's house sitting on the couch between her to dogs and my grandmother was actually recording the competition mbh us so i got to read watch it over and over and i knew who christie was i'd caught like the end of her world championships and i've seen her nationals but i was pretty new till exports vandam and when she won it sounds a little silly but i felt like i had one two in a way it felt like things that i wanted where possible and it was you know kinda tough at times than i saw christie on tv like winning the gold medal and i saw her being cheered and i saw her on magazine covers and i thought i had dreams to end suddenly i think all those dreams just felt like a little more real and where possible through go on to screw to julie's wholesome kristi yamaguchi posters on your wallner bedroom had i did have a couple of posters um i also had her sports illustrated cover with her with the gold medal like in my room framed for a few years she was such an inspiration to me i actually had a few questions that i wanted to ask her if that's alright your report christie when we spoke before you mentioned like you hadn't realized how much the gold medal would mean to other people nad especially to others in the asian american community can you talk a little bit more about that in how you realized it was this huge deal and what the supported the community meant to you let's go.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Fears figure skating competition what are you looking for well i think this year is exciting for the us team airs a great opportunity i think for medals there for sure especially in the men's figure saying category the us team is led by nathan chen who has really up to the game in men's figure skating by landing multiple quads in his of routines so pushing the boundaries from like two to three quads up to five um is pretty unheard of so um he is definitely one to watch in the woman's side muraina gas sue who made her first olympic team eight years ago in two thousand ten in his persevered and stayed in it and she's actually going in as one of the only ladies in the competition to attempt a triple axel only been done a couple times before in olympic competition so it'll be history in the making she could be the first american woman to land a triple axel at the end lympics that would be pretty awesome i'm just curious is watching the sport trigger the same oceans for you when you were competing like you get sympathetically nervous i do get very nervous and you know what they've been through and how much this means of them men i in other athletes a you know even when i watch them another sports it's the same thing and every two years on the olympics comes on then comes around i'm completely enthralled in in inspired will speaking of inspiring grisly want us to turn to someone who became a big admirer viewers around the time of your gold medal in ninety two back then the cold chung was a young girl living in oregon now she's an editor in a writer in the washington dc area and she recently wrote a story on you christie for the online magazine sean to land as well as for the new york times magazine hayna coal hi thank you for having me so being on the line with kristi yamaguchi are is old hat for you now but how does it feel being able to interview your idle so it's definitely a lot of crime.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"North korea kind of like shaking hands both literally and figuratively south result imposing sanctions on north korea for its nuclear weapons program is that counterpoint playing out in any way so far after day one seoul has been bending the rules of bit to get north korea involved in the olympics for instance a north korean ferry brought its orchestra here are a few days ago now that's technically banned in terms of bilateral sanctions but in in the spirit of the games as south korea has look the other way our koreans themselves like south koreans are they hopeful about this repre rushmo or they viewing it cynically south koreans have that kind of a mixed bag of reactions to the involvement of north korea but overall there's not a lot of hostility about north and south korea entering the stadium together i just spoke with a friend of mine who i would say is generally apathetic about anything regarding north korea but she told me she was touched after watching the opening ceremony in seeing these athletes come into the stadium together and looking so happy to be together jason struther at the winter olympics and pyong chong south korea we'll talk next week jason have on this weekend thanks a lot marco one thing about the american figure skating team and pyungchon half of them are asianamerican twenty six years ago the winter games in albertville france there was only one kristi yamaguchi who won gold at those games in 1992 and in the process became the first asian american woman to win a gold medal and figure skating this year yamaguchi is one of the commentators for embassies coverage of the games in pyongyang and he joins us now from connecticut hello christie hello so you also had a role to play an inspiring young women who looked up to you specifically young asianamerican women we'll talk about that with someone who has idolized you in a moment but first just give us your kind of expert view on this.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Let the games begin today on the world yeah martyr worm and feel good opening ceremony today at the winter olympics but in the vip box it seemed the little icu between the americans in the north koreans plus former olympic figure skater kristi yamaguchi recalls winning goal in 1992 that said chris in back in my own family history i was just one generation away from my family who lost everything had to prove their loyalty right to this catch straight at when they heating failed for entire apartment blocks in bishkek here could stand some residents open their doors people who live in houses or people who have better heating systems they would ask their neighbors their friends their family to come and join them and stay in their house both stories today on the world i'm marco were men and you're tuned to the world it is good to have you with us on this friday we start in pyungchon south korea where they open the 2018 olympic winter games you'll be able to watch the opening ceremonies tonight and reporter jason struther who has just outside pyong chung has these helpful viewing tips oon funny thing that i think a lot of a nonkorean spectators wondered was the order in which the country's entered the stadium you had a greece in ghana followed by nigeria coming into the stadium and that's because the entrances based on its south of medical order but based on the korean alphabet to someone who's unfamiliar with hungle the order of these countries with seem kind of odd but it makes perfect sense if you know how to read and write korean and then but the real highlight of the show was when the north and south korean athletes came in together holding a unified fa.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm mark a woman and you're with the world tomorrow the winter olympics the athletes will be marching in the opening ceremonies in pyongyang south korea some of vents are getting an early start figure skating for one it's one of and that always grabs attention often the skaters become lasting celebrities kristi yamaguchi a good example she became america's sweetheart after winning gold at the 1992 winter olympics she also became the first asianamerican woman to win a gold medal in figure skating and that's what we're going to dive in with christie tomorrow on the show yamagushi is a fourthgeneration japanese from california and having the global spotlight fall on her made her even more aware of her heritage her mother born in a japanese internment camp in colorado in 1945 after receiving such support for laser acting cheney yes sharing why they were so crowd an excellent sect looking back at my own family history at knowing that i was just one generation away from my family who lost everything and had to rebuild their entire lives improve their loyalty right to this country that's when i realized wow yes i am able to live out the american dream because of the work in the sacrifices of now the generation before me are no yamaguchi is inspiring a whole other generation also joining christie amid tomorrow writer and journalist nicole chong she recently wrote about how for her yamaguchi was that rare asianamericans sports icon at a time when there were hardly any around i was the korean it up the in a way family so i literally did not know anyone who looked like me then i thought christie on tv like winning the gold medal and i saw her on magazine covers and i thought i had james two and suddenly i think all of us james just felt like a little more real and more possible sports meets identity more my conversation with kristi yamaguchi imiko chong on tomorrow show i mentioned the opening.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"It is very easy to tackle sure as simple very very easy to tackle he put up a touchdown last night which might makes fantasy owners happy buggery you know he's kind of the clean assured on the dirty laundry pile to me that's that's what amir abdul is soldier so brooks i came in to the the studio yesterday and we work on a computer algorithm very big system trying to figure out who exactly can tackle amir abdul do you guys want to tested oh sure affluent generated i noticed give me a name and i'll tell you whether or not we can put all you put it into the computer we put it in the computer and then we just see if they could tackle amir okay i'm curious know it is a little bit past his prime mike ditka owing it digger me let me put an end yeah let's see mike ditka yes my could tackle amir abdul his older yes prizes me her it might decca yeah you're gonna wanna try well here's one i tried current nfl broadcaster tony romo money romo he had a bad back could he tackle and yes oh the back is all right i could who hackel amir abdul wondered i anything else i've got i've got one okay actor mark pau gasol her okay known for his of course of zack morris fame yeah god takes it took me a second a type men let me let me go into the unnamed yeah yeah so wow i earn tried this one a former us figure skater kristi yamaguchi.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on WLOB
"That makes sense mean rumors was white seventy seven and that was when they really exploded on the scene and that was while that was forty years ago my goodness and she does not liquor age either she looks very very attractive and that takes us up to a model oh her name is the tisha natasha paul e p o l y as an esther rides with the social situation going on in her body to she's peacemaking she's making a lot of money these days muddling that beautiful body well well what sir i say whoever you just said is twenty nine i thought observed 28 now now but you guys a close thirty to thirty two brazil looks like she's twentyeight that takes us to this lady who does not liquor age either and there's a clue for you kristi yamaguchi figure skater ninth t ninety two olympic sells gold medallist scenes as though she was that was 25 years ago al savings like she was maybe eighteen nsa kristi yamaguchi is forty four i'm going to say she is forty six sabau time did i get one put one for the debt meister is you the dead mice against one 46 kristi yamaguchi and we salute her six forty six in the morning and were rolling right along ladies gentlemen uh with the i need the year for those thirteen thousand people packed the civic arena in pittsburgh to see the first authorized staging of jesus christ superstar what year rose nineteen sixty nine how about a sixty nine are you guys are pretty close with our close in the eight seventy one seventy one ira rally god's those i i need the citu park question i need via this happened the.
"kristi yamaguchi" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"We got we got got all the intestines of dancing with a star season whatever i was on there put us in a limousine and there were driving us in chicago to be gas on oprah winfrey show and oprah was going to unveil the latest cast of dancing with the stars in for me was weird because i've been making jokes at oprah's expense by entire adult live but now i felt sort of kitty to pee on the show and so we were driving they're wearing a limousine they had these eight stars in one limousine and eight stars and the other and i was in the one with the pen gillett who at the time was six eight four hundred pounds and still sat like he didn't want us testicles to meet lucky literally he's already taking up threequarters of the limo man he added that aims niece could not get wider apart but anyway is it funding when guys like that are taking up this much airspace and then on top of it they have to have a huge ponytail like i all you do is take ups race you should shave your head and wary where where are you and a hard but the point is i we're driving to oprah and we were looking around and everyone's sizing everyone up and said who's gonna win this thing and i looked around and kristi yamaguchi olympic gold medallists ice skater blah blah blah i just said well kristi yamaguchi is going to win this thing and everyone said oh how do you know how do you now and i said well she sees olympic gold medallist she's an athlete olympic athletes cheap what she does directly transfers to this she's she does they're like somebody said yeah but she does it on ice i said.