21 Burst results for "Laba"
Open Water Swimming with Simon Murie
"Salmon. Really good to have you on the podcast list of all. Tell us how open water swimming began for you. Yes a my mouth. Was i High beau daiva sermon. Her as i was a kid used to cheese tightly diving my father was. He was a surf lifeguard from sydney and the night by came over here to the uk so he had a love of open water swimming and then my mammals. I love swimming in the thames. Eat so although the diving didn't work on may cheese. She posted with take me down the thames muslim holidays in our members sitting on the banks of the thames she'd have a radio times manip- picnic blanket and the radio radio full blasting all day. Sit next still with a couple of comex and would sort of sit there and go swimming in in the thames. Every sort of our next to the fishermen and this was in the nineteen seventies early nineteen eighty s when open water. Swimming was definitely not the sole the trendy thing it is now anyway. Something obviously sold of rubbed off there. So let's say it's down to both my mom and my dad that a soda had they sold of facination and interesting in open water swimming and i think the first significant swim that got my interest was the heliport in turkey which was made famous by lord byron swimming across it who actually swam it in honor of leandra who in greek mythology would swim across the halas bonds with laba hero hero on the european side at a cost of sesto us and she would hold out a torch which would then leander who was on the asian side in a causal obidos with swim across she would hold out the torch they would do their thing and then he later. That would swim back and then one night storm blew and heroes. Torch was extinguished and leander lost. His way and was drowned is body washed up underneath. Assess council and hero seeing his body through us. Help off the call cell and died alongside lander and that was the tragic love story of heroes leander and byron's recreated that swim and with a lieutenant colonel and head was the first person to swim the allison and i remember reading a poem. The byron did and also mining engineer at the time in northern nigeria on the border with nigeria and was remember reading a schoolboy but then i remember being up in this And a long way from any water and thinking was my passion in life really enjoy doing and our member. I loved swimming. And i always enjoy finding most bizarre places to swim and i remember reading that poem from byron and thinking you know what when i turned thirty. That's what i'm gonna do. And so when i did tend to that. That's what i did a win over to northwestern turkey and went to the town of genetically and managed to find pilots and get various permissions anita day military commission because the halas is also known as the dardanelles famous military campaign in world war. One and it's straight across from gallipoli. I needed military permission from the army but also the navy and also permission from the coast guard and the town council. It took me a week to get the permission and find the piler and about just over now to swim it so that token balance of time with hassle and everything and made me think there must be other people out there who want to do these fantastic swims around the world. But don't wanna deal the admin. Don't wanna deal the organization and safety support not was all so that was my love of of motor swimming blossom then but also the idea behind what i do today which swimming track which is taking allowing these fantastic swim. So that's where the idea came from far across a telephone digit. How how many well the nearest point. It's it's just kilometer across from europe to asia but if you're headed out from those castles kill it. The here is one of the council's as which was i- falsify during the dolphin those campaign in world war one. You started out from there. You would quickly be washed out into the mediterranean. So you've got to start off a lot higher up to start off at the town of bat and get pushed down as you swim across. You've moved down with a current toward the mediterranean but also towards the ancient city of troy. And you end up naeway. Troy is and you get washed down so you in effect. You're probably swimming three and a half kilometers but the journey you've got one is about five kilometers per year. Probably doing an effective swim of three and a half kilometers across you to judge a lot of boats and things like that on the way. Well funnily enough the day. I did it back in two thousand a managed to find his pilots and get the commissions and stuff but the pilot doors did site me. You might have the permissions but we still going to be going off at four o'clock in the morning when the coast guard. Don't start. They shifted six so we started very early in the morning and literally i remember waiting off the coast and the pilot just waiting there as quickly looked up and down the hellas. Ponto about anals to see if there's a break in the traffic and when there was a break in the traffic he gave me the signal as all standing on the shoal and basically told me to swim swim. It's a very busy botero. This is the same traffic that goes towards crimea and into the black sea and he stumble says all those boats. They're going through this very narrow waterway. So yes we had to get a move on when we saw break in the traffic having having done this you then. There are other people out there who would like to do this without the hospital organization. So that's really how swim track begun it. Yes i think so. And i i was passionate about going to play season. Sorta discovering them by swimming. I think what i loved also was this idea of arriving at a landmass under your own steam and looking back and seeing wave arrived from so to speak. I think arriving somewhere. And you've powered yourself. There makes you appreciate somewhere in a way. The somebody say who's arrived by ferry or by bokang possibly do it similar to say hiking up snowdon. Those who've hiked up snowden and those who arrived on the train i think appreciate the summit into totally different ways and i think the same is when you swim from ireland's weiland immersed yourself in the medium of getting there. I think you appreciate way. You've arrived so much more than if you'd sort of got there by plane all binds terry and that's where i get my pleasure out soul and i think people who join us also get not sorta pleasure
"laba" Discussed on Bad Science
"It's not a big deal. It depends on how hot it is. And how fast it's slowing. But I say I was within I mean I walked up to it, and I took my hammer and I stepped my hammer into the Laba. To get some love out. Good. I had to put my sweatshirt in front of my face because it was so hot. So usually wear like a suit made out of aluminum foil, and then you can stick your hammer. I work for NASA had like they're like, yeah, just take the city and get. So get a fucking hammer law floor you five win on what you do the hammer also for nails. Well, say geologist's hammer rock hammer. So, yes, always meant to sample, right? If you can look up people sampling lava, it's usually a bunch of geologists, either with their tinfoil outfitter. They haven't brought it along. Then they put their arm in front of their face, and stick their hammer into some lava. And then you bring along a bucket full of water and you put the love right in the book, it, watered a coup it off. What is the hammer made out of is this again? I like just by the F just started watching game of thrones. No spoiler is not going to say any but also, hey, just watch the red wedding last night. Hey ruined my week. That was in the. At some level. Yes. So but does so obsidian like is what first of all, what does the hammer made out of probably steal? What just like from the store? Why like a regular hammer lava is very hot compared to what you would like to touch. But it's not that hot compared to things like steel. Oh shit. Yeah. Pretty cool. What if there was a volcano that just was erupting molten steel that being? Issue. An issue. That'd be like, really bad. Yeah. That'd be pretty hot. Well. And what by the way, what happens if you were to say have a hammer that was forged out of obsidian? Could you put that into love or would that shatter it or something that probably wouldn't be the best idea because obsidian is basically lava, but it's say if, if I take my lava, and I put it right into a bucket of water. I can make something that looks like obsidian because it's a glass, and so I've just taken a liquid and I've quenched it into a glass, and that's kind of what obsidian is. So if you if you heated up again, then, you're just melted again way that you just said that something that looks like obsidian, would it not be obsidian? It would be obsidian as a different composition, but it's still from volcanoes. It's just from slightly different kind of all k- know than the one that interesting. And so this, this lava the, you stuck, your hammer is this red lava or is this kind of like blackish, like looks like burnt toast loves it. It'll be black on the. Outside, and then you stick, your hammer in and you pull it out so that you get the red interior the hot stuff, or we're going to take a quick break, and we'll be right back. Is over. Here we go back to the. I can't believe this is so this is also simple more or less. Yeah. Yeah..
"laba" Discussed on Rocket
"And I turned a lot of my friends a lot a lot of my friends and most of them are women. Tech who are into it as well. What they're getting the era or they're getting like, the regular hairdryer or whatever. Like, it's one of those things. And actually when I was in Finland I had drinks with rocket listener who got one for his wife and for percents based on our review. So good job rocket listener seriously women in the game industry will re had conversations about this. And they've gotten a twos. I feel I feel comfortable at this. I do think for for audible mention I think the apple watch series four. It's a really good device this year. And I think it really shows the value of Apple's design. All right. I'm happy with that. Christina can't go with. Yeah. I'm very happy without I'm very happy with that and Simone since you haven't you haven't used these as much as there's something that you wanted to boot is kind of our picks. But is there something that you got are played with this year that you've been really impressed by. I think for me, it's still I know this is not a twenty eighteen product this with. She is still a look greatest. I. Yeah. I mean, I just think this ever. No, I agree me not too hyperbolic here. But it's a I've been playing it back home this vacation. And it's just been such a perfect thing to have with me who are you meaning smash I love smash smash. Well, we're no longer friends. Unfortunate. I left mine at home. And I yeah. And that was actually I've been thinking a lot about that. I've been really frustrated that I left it at home. And I'm not gonna make that mistake again. And last year it was our product of the year. And I I agree with you. I I was actually even thinking that. I was like, you know, what even though it was last year as part of the year. I do feel like we should give like a secondary like shoutout to the switch, which is one of the few products that I mean, I think that intends kind of bungling bundle bungling some of the online stuff as they always do. But is the ecosystem that is built up in your to especially when the England good games for finally. There's too many good games for it. And even though the darn joy cons cost like eighty dollars, which is obscene. I mean lab, oh, we forgot about Laba Laba was one of those like, I thought Laba was great think Lavaux is great. It certainly hasn't. I think held up for me. I really really enjoyed it. When I was playing with it. But I I think however money months later while I was at a may or something. Yeah. Five months later. I don't know. Don't do that math. There were there were so little joy this year, though. You're right. It was a very pure product. Yeah. I mean, I feel like LA is one of those things like maybe. And maybe it's not even four was not even maybe it's definitely not for us. You know, what I mean for for for families, and and other types of stuff, but I, but I feel like even if that doesn't hold up the fact that that's a first party product. That's coming out. Yes. It's very cool. You're right. You're right. It's very cool are amazing smoking on the show. Yes. I do. Hey, everybody. It's been another whole year of rocket. This is episode two hundred seven I hope you enjoyed our end of the episode. And as always we will close out with a what we're doing this week, very briefly. Bree. What are you doing this week our three D printing, everything so? Off by three D printer so much. I get to see my.
"laba" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Ready to make a mess. Four and ready. Love it. Right. I made a mess. Will you will? I three gas bladder area. We'll get wet you make it. So I did it do. Do actually we didn't make these messes. Somebody else did we are our hands clean. Did it? We're just picking through. No one's hands are clean. That's no one's you guys. Use those touchscreens. What you do your off time screens fine. That'd be old news. This goes out. Let's talk about the figurative poo that occurred in the game industry. This nice. This is the category where? Messy is news story. Biggest fiasco hottest mess. Some might say. Here's what we've got on the list. Problems with workplace, practices and culture among. An ever growing list of studios and developers publishers. The forgive me. If I don't strictly the elite Musin plagiarism scandal that occurred. Diablo immortal announcement also these are in no particular order. All seventy six. There. It is. Staggered or uncertain release dates for also an ever growing list of games the endless smash brothers at the three Nintendo direct. Sony pulling out of next year, you three and general questions about the his policies. The about face Sony made on its cross play policy. The switches relatively weak year. The curious case of square annex and the quiet man separately from the quiet, man. I don't think the switch had and especially week year, Nintendo. First party didn't have bangers. But like when you think about games that were released on the switch this year. It's it was fine. Yeah. There was the big games this year. Indie Indie game. Yeah. game a ton of great down. Available on other stuff. Like, I can play it on the subway over the polls, though tennis. Dead cells switch with some perform. Path. Let's talk about exclusives. Laba wanted to be there was well. Well, that's kind of part of the story. Kind of. Outsold every Zelda that it was on console with is coming out. So I think that's going to do. All right. Yeah. So mash, we'll do just fine. And by all accounts, it seems like it is a very enjoyable game. So it'll be fine. The online service a little underwhelming. But it's also very cheap. The pokemon. Let's go stuff ended up better than pay. Yeah. We haven't delivered on the classic games elements like in a way that I think is super satisfying to anyone woods tough to follow up year. Yeah. Like like the wild. Mario odyssey in the same year is like full probably the strongest launch year in history. Also last year. Good single player DLC this. Red. It's. A party is bad. It's I think it's actually a very good. Mario party really the best one. That's wrong. Can should've won that fucking droop. Damning? Now that would. I couldn't contain it..
"laba" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Brand new curiosity store of inventions, where we explore human ingenuity for good for ill all of the stuff that comes out of our magic nations and becomes the technology. We use every day or maybe just read about in history books. Yes. The hallowed halls of technological systematic and cultural invention, very human machines customs and systems that altered the course of history. And today we're talking about one of the most useful inventions of all time. It's gotta be. And Robert before I say, do you say like a French guys name or like what a fish breathes with? I go with guillotine because it sounds a little more like an open face sandwich that way. And also, it has the key has more sound to it. Yeah. I like how it sounds kind of like the Minna tar the guillotine. But but apparently guillotine in English is also somewhat acceptable. Pronunciation, I don't think there's a firm ruling one way or another from the lords of English pronunciation now one thing is for certain as we venture into this world of the attain a beheadings themselves are just a time honored way for one human being to kill another. It's a wound that still can't be repaired, and it is without question. Certain death. Now one thing I was thinking about to illustrate this is what would you even say is the quote cause of death in a beheading? So well blood loss loss of oxygen to the brain. Basically it just cuts off it cuts off your all your plumbing systems. From all of your your your your thinking systems. Yeah. It make it makes you think about how often when you hear phrases like clinically dead that can refer to something about circulation like the cessation of the heartbeat. But yeah. So when you separate the head from the body, I guess you've got to be really rigorous about what you mean by dead though. I guess it also happens pretty quickly. So you don't have to worry about it too much. But yeah, all the blood comes out of the head immediate loss of blood pressure. Which means the brain can't get oxygen, which means the brain can't work. Yeah. And it's something that's just cemented her mythology as well. Right. I mean, you want to kill a vampire you want to do. So you wanna he'll kill Highlander? What do you do you cut their head off? There is something just super naturally potent about this form of death. Well, I think that's absolutely true. And you see that in a lot of archaeological finds of beheadings from human history. Like, here's a kind of strange fact, a lot of times when you find beheaded humans from ages past there appears to be evidence that the people were beheaded posthumously why? Why did that happen? There are a lot of ways you could explain it. I mean that you would take a dead person and cut off their head. Maybe there's some sort of ritual function going on here might be human sacrifice. Maybe there's some kind of symbolic form of Justice being done if it's the corpse of a criminal or an enemy or something. But a lotta times it appears like it might be a form of oppo tro, Paic magic kind of magic you would use to ward off evil or bad spirits in the same way that you might find a skeleton from hundreds of years ago with an iron rod driven through it's harder with a brick in its mouth and say the tombs underneath Venice. Yeah, there's like a dismantling of the of the individual that it seems evident in these acts. You know, and we we see acts of ritual. Decapitation dating back thousands of years. For instance, there's evidence in Brazil, the dates back to at least nine thousand BC. And it's a in it. We find a human skull draped in amputated hands palm side down. Down covering the face as if as if in grief, that's from place called Laba dough Santo in in South America in Brazil, and a lot of bones have been discovered there. And it's not always easy to determine how to read the intention behind..
"laba" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"It's been great. I just wonder is it can we can call it. A success Nintendo. Lob. Oh, yeah. I don't think so even trying so I mean, I think it was a success in the way that it captured some people's imaginations like Ryan saying I've heard a lot of parents talk about lobby and a lot of schools talk about Laba in terms of like engineering and science, but parents like Ryan and pair Schneider who are big gamers bindis for the kids. I don't sensually just your regular parents. Right. Non game appearance by I do also wonder if it will be indicative of Nintendo's plans in the future for switch because when switch launched they talked a lot about how people are like, oh, you can slide the joy comes on there. But obviously it to built to slide other things on there. Well, you know, we'll see what we do with that. Or how he's the joy cons differently. In lab was the first indication of what they'll do differently. And I love that engine nuit because that is so intendo love to see them. Even if this was the huge sales success. It could have been I would love to see them iterating. Yeah. I agree with that. We also got Super Mario party. Yeah. Pretty major been a very. The a very big selling game Francisco. Yeah. And honestly, this this Mario party is I hate to use as cliche term is a return to form. But honestly, like the way that people talk about Mario party. This generation is is more positive than I've heard him talk about more party in the last few chronicles to got a major expansion. I'm not as a blade guy much of the chagrin of NBC fans. But yeah, but it does have a huge following actually. And this is a really huge expansion for that. And then I already mentioned Pokemon. Let's go and smash. But I think to to the point that we were talking about earlier Nintendo is really relying on the idea that so many people missed the we generation, and yeah, exactly like, there's so many people thirteen million units was the the total sales for we use. So not a ton of we use out there. Right. Oh, yeah. Definitely. So they're using this as an opportunity to dig back through that library and really bring those gyms over to switch in our seeing tremendous results from that as well. So this year, we got Donkey Kong Country tropical freeze, which is arguably one of the greatest platforms of all time. And we also saw a, captain tow. It's treasure tracker. And oddly the world ends you final remix coming over. It wasn't a you know, a DS game. But like, yeah, you know, they relied heavily on ports as well. This year in a wanted to yet. Real warriors. Awesome. New Super Mario brothers. Deluxe. You deluxe on. Yeah. Jackson. Yeah. Do you think? That's is it too many reports or not the right ones. I don't think that it's I know both of those. No, I don't think that it's too many where you ports because so many people miss out on an opportunity. So many of these amazing games that that you know as lifelong than ten to fan. These are the games that I played on we you. But I also relish the opportunity to play them again on my switch get taking captain treasure tracker on the road. And during my summer vacation this year was like so awesome for me. And also having a two player thing with the joy cons of being able to split those off he's played with someone. Totally he left out one other killer poor too. I'm being one hundred series three is. Yeah. You're on swish able to play that anywhere. It's gonna talk about that like in third party support. But hang. Wrong ports though. They haven't ported wind waker and picked. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Well, and there's also the the often rumored metro prime trilogy that we still haven't heard anything about that that and I'm not even sure if that really exists or if we just created that out of our own imaginations out of sheer wheel like metal triology days of your reality. Lord. I just want the the remixes. Yeah. Yeah. Those well, I've got some good news for you know, any assery mixes, but you can play some any s games on intendo online. Let's get to that in just a sec third party support still still struggling there in that area a little bit but significant like the three dark souls remastered fighters..
"laba" Discussed on Invention
"Our brand new curiosity store of inventions, where we explore human ingenuity for good for ill, all of the stuff that comes out of our imaginations and becomes the technology. We use every day or maybe just read about in history books. Yes. The hallowed halls of technological systematic and cultural invention, the very human machines customs and systems that altered the course of history. And today we're talking about one of the most useful inventions of all time. It's got to be an Robert before. I say do you say like a French guys name or like what a fish breathes with? I go with guillotine because it sounds a little more like an open face sandwich that way. And also, it has the key has more. Sound to it? Yeah. I like how it sounds kind of like the the Minna tar the guillotine. Yeah. But but apparently guillotine in English is also somewhat acceptable. Pronunciation, I I don't think there's a firm ruling one way or another from the lords of English pronunciation now one thing is for certain as we venture into this world of the attain a beheadings themselves are just a time honored way for one human being to kill another. It's a wound that still can't be repaired. And it is without question. Certain death. Now one thing I was thinking about deliberate. This is what would you even say is the quote cause of death in a beheading? So well blood loss loss of oxygen to the brain. Basically it just cuts off it cuts off your all your plumbing systems from all of your your your your thinking systems. Yeah, it makes it makes you think about how often when you hear phrases like clinically dead that can refer to something about circulation like the cessation of heartbeat. But yeah. So when you separate the head from. The body. I guess you've got to be really rigorous about what you mean by dead though. I guess it also happens pretty quickly. So you don't have to worry about it too much. But yeah, all the blood comes out of the head immediate loss of blood pressure. Which means the brain can't get oxygen, which means the brain can't work. Yeah. And it's something that's just cemented inner mythology as well. Right. I mean, you want to kill a vampire you want to kill Medusa. You want to kill a Highlander. What do you do you cut their head off? There is something just super naturally potent about this form of death. Well, I think that's absolutely true. And you see that in a lot of archaeological finds of beheadings from human history. Like, here's a kind of strange fact, a lot of times when you find beheaded humans from ages past there appears to be evidence that the people were beheaded posthumously, why did that happen? There are a lot of ways you could explain it. I mean that you would take a dead person and cut off their head. Maybe there's some sort of ritual function going on here might be human sacrifice. Maybe there's some kind of symbolic form of judge. Justice being done if it's the corpse of a criminal or an enemy or something. But a lotta times it appears like it might be a form of APO tro Paic magic kind of magic you would use to ward off evil or bad spirits in the same way that you might find a skeleton from hundreds of years ago with an iron rod driven through its heart or with a brick in its mouth and say the tombs underneath Venice. Yeah, there's like a dismantling of the of the individual that it seems evident in these acts. You know, and we we see acts of ritual decapitation dating back thousands of years. For instance, there's evidence in Brazil that dates back to at least nine thousand BC. And it's a in it. We find a human skull draped in amputated hands palm side down covering the face as if as if in grief, that's from place called Laba DOE santio in in South America in Brazil, and a lot of bones have been discovered there. And it's not always easy to determine how to read the intention behind..
"laba" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat
"This could be like it could be a really big deal. I'm I am interested in that. So few classrooms are getting Lobato a hundred seems like a pretty small testing sense. If we think about that domain. I think last time I checked I think there are more than one hundred schools in America. So there's gonna be a lot of schools that are Laba less contribute where you're going without Glenn. Glenn stoked. Barricade Nintendo stuff. It does seem like thinking back to my scholastic years, which was very long ago. But like the days where we had these extracurricular kind of things we like, I remember specifically we had a tributary like experiments where we had these big like, basically dirt mounds, and we ran water through them to see like how how this is the kind of stuff that I think is. These big tubs full of like diatomaceous earth. And then you run water through it. And it shows like how rivers carve out pathways and stuff like that. And was the school in trying to make up horse or with? Yeah. Learning this at the end of World War Two group in the backwoods. Okay. So if we we we had a lab, and it was all it was all audiotapes, and we're so excited when we got to use it like you got to wear real headphones and all of that. Yeah. That was high-tech flaws and now kids using freakin switches. Yeah. It freaks me out. It freaks me out to sea. Contemporary stuff about kids where they're like using ipads and stuff in school. Because like when I was a kid it was so we had days that were dedicated to computer lab. Yeah. You know, typing class is like those are those are specific one day out of the week. You went and played with the computer. And it's so ubiquitous now that I think that this is like, you know, even better they probably turn stuff in like, I would imagine. It's like when we were in college. They like turn in homework online like that blows my mind, I sound like a thousand like completely blows classroom was built in the middle of a busy street on top of LA lost her short street the street. It's very hot and very dangerous long story short. I think it's really an interesting case that this would be that this would show up in schools and allow kids to just kind of experiment in imagine things outside of what they typically do in a regular classroom environment. And I'd like to see it, you know, more across the board. Because like also there's a factor of what the hell you supposed to do with all these lava kits once they're done. What donate? A school. Maybe those kids wanna play with them. Why not they're gonna need? So many extra cardboard kits. Like, I can't imagine how many extra piles of cardboard. They're going to think about how many children will come out of our American school system, knowing how to pilot a giant robot or drive a motorcycle through, you know, it's true. I wonder how well levels doing overall knows. There's There's no. no wasn't in the top twenty. Actually, it was it wasn't number twenty one just in July. It was reported that the variety kid had sold one point four million copies. That's that's a lot of cardboard. That's that's an as of July. But I also wanted to point out that as I was trying to do my just basic research for like, Nintendo LeBow sales, Google me that people also searched for is Nintendo alab. Right into the question. Find out maybe we can answer that for you next. Click to find how is. Now, of course, all these. These news stories are good. But rarely do we get an instance to sort of cover breaking news on NBC. In fact, it usually works out that we record an episode and the news breaks that night or the next day, and we have to wait a full week to talk about it. So I was a little bit narrating out over this next thing there's potential smash leak, we're covering it this under the guise that this is all not necessarily confirmed, and I wanna make that clear up front that this is all not not hearsay because the source seems relatively reliable. But it's also not confirmed. Yeah, it's yeah. It's interesting, but we should say at this point..
"laba" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"So the Daily Mail reported that I ll above and. S. k. h. week tweak tweaks are dating and they found the phone. She smoked should have been through the intercom at her home, and she said, we're very happy. We're having a nice time. How did this happen? What is doing on who is child sex wife. And why did her repents. Okay. This one those worn by first thing about this I thought was interesting. Was people the person who asked in the call like why sh- f, gay twigs and Robert pants and broke up. And I always assumed that it was like because he was like too famous or he his, the attention that he got was just so crazy and just like too much for her to deal with and she's not like that. Right will. That's what we kind of see her as being. That's why it's so surprising that he's kind of just doing it again because Cheryl above if is anything, but like subtle keys also a big movie star who people pay attention to in the popularity. It's like a different category of stuff like they're both like they're both a little stranger, like rubber patents in his way more mainstream than the trial above. You know, it's true, but it's just like the paparazzi also love, shy above Laba, whatever because he is weird and but we will say the the break-up between twigs and Robert Pattinson was like, seems to have been like pretty tame like no drama at all. So be moving on..
"laba" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Build the team now i'm gonna build it around carrick but he doesn't have that would you'll build around cable love you can build around george hugh jr trysted so he's in a bind right now i just wish lebron would just go ahead and say you know i'm out if you can trade that and can entice me to stay all because it is what it is so what just say what we'll i know the likelihood of you opt in is not very good desma laba type problems so the next question is should aaron rodgers actually ranked higher there was all the go tom brady we'll discuss it next everybody called auto i don't call them the loan he's the loan all right we're joined now in studio by the mandate skip bayless has been saying for months should be the number one pick in the draft baker mayfield welcomed undisputed good morning good morning awesome so bigger we're excited to now that you have a brand new series it's going to be called all the way up on your journey from college to the nfl it's going to premiere on july twenty ninth on fox why was important to do this project baiter for me of never really been about going directly by the script little different so it was more of a kind of a behind the scenes journey of everything that entails the leading up to the draft and a little bit post after that so it's a lot of things that people don't know and so just wanted to give a different outlook on it and just a little taste of what i was all about because there was a lot of questions leading up to the draft about that so i thought what better way to to show that than just have people joining a long run so let's talk about what makes baker mayfield tick let's talk about the walk on mentality that you've had from day one you lead lake travis high school in austin texas two a state championship i think that was your junior year but you're virtually on recruited coming out of high school and you say okay i'll go walk on at texas tech and they have just signed one davis webb who's now allies backup maybe a successor we don't know in new york but it's good player went on to cal did big things for cal and yet you walk in and say i got this and you beat him out and you start it from the start and you go up against smu in that opener addison muda remember that game you go forty three of sixty for four hundred thirteen yards and four touchdowns against garrett gilbert who had been a big star travel at lake travis and big star texas for a while so how did what drove you to be able to pull that off my mentality i was always competitive going up i love sports i was just everything i did it always had to be something being active or competitive and so that was just how it was and then when i hit my growth for later on to deal with there was a time period where i was not the biggest kid and i just had to mentally develop the attitude of i'm not going to give up and i'm gonna not gonna take no for an answer it's just how it's going to be not to work for it and that's just how i was wired from young age and so when it came to the college incision the easy way out would have been to go into florida atlantic washington state but grown up watching oklahoma and being in texas football's everything and big time football it's the real deal so those weren't choices for me nothing against those schools but i wanted to play ball at a big time place and when recruiting fell through i did want to go to a place in the big twelve conference play a lot of those teams that didn't recruit me how much of a shot did you get right out of the blocks against davis webb isn't he going to be the odds guide win that job definitely had to work my way up the ladder some after practice young guy seven on sevens what they called it just getting reps trying get the playbook down and i think from there they saw that i knew my place and i was able to throw the ball a little bit and then from there i.
"laba" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kfi handle here john thomas is gonna join us at what time alex seven o'clock to analyze what happened today and the fun part since you know john is running several campaigns here in california we get to ask him how many he has lost it's always fun okay that's tomorrow at seven other big news recovering guatemala's frago volcanoes killed at least sixty nine entire villages covered in laba man that is a huge disaster and this morning well harvey weinstein pled not guilty to the criminal charges and we're just moving ahead with so much going on okay here is a story i want to share with you and this is kind of fun north korea wants mcdonald's and so they put a mcdonald's in pyongyang and of course it's going to be jammed and it'll be instantly the busiest mcdonalds on the planet because that's what happened that's what happened in russia which at that point became the biggest one in russia and moscow and then the same thing happened in beijing and now if he goes to north korea so what ends up happening makes a fortune for mcdonald's right oh there is so much more to that first of all it may happen simply as a show of goodwill to the united states that's always a nice way to say hey goodwill and what is an iconic way to show it while you bring in a mcdonald's because mcdonalds is considered the fast food american fast food franchise around the world although kentucky fried chicken does very well kfc was there before mcdonald's in china yeah very good and then burger kings all over the place neil for example whenever he travels nielsen vedra he goes from mcdonalds to mcdonald's we can compare them in different countries i think he's got part of his archives is that which country has the best mcdonald's the worst he said was brazil he said it was a disaster in brazil anyway so what happens when mcdonald's goes into a foreign country.
"laba" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The news you want to know very spectacular laba sheen's kilter feet into the sky the news you need to know korean official coming to america too young on face to face meeting where he was before a lot of people are working on this day in the know josh hall wife tammy venezuelan prison overwhelmed with gratitude jackie and often by gate there's clear evidence clear evidence this bad things have happened fourteen ten wto v fox news radio i'm carmen roberts the white house is pushing forward with plans for a summit with north korea secretary of state mike pompeo arrives in new york city today as he prepares to meet with one of the regime's top officials because curve vice chairman of north korea's ruling party but known in south korea's the ex spy chief who had a bloody hand in some notorious attacks on the south we are told from some reports that kim yong chore could be laming this afternoon fox's griff jenkins lava from kellaway as cut off a main escape route surrounded by just hoping for the best the lavas gobbled up seventy one houses so far in western north carolina the problem is too much water emergency officials issuing a mandatory evacuation order for residents downstream from lake tahoe as a damn nears its breaking point fox news we report you decide mocal news now on fourteen ten wto v i mean here's what's trending a man accused of killing a clerk over twenty dollars is pleading guilty to seconddegree murder devante dorset who is supposed to go to trial this week as accepted a plea deal in the two thousand seventeen death of autonomous hurry wilmington police have arrested a man in connection with a triple stabbing they savor and watson tax free people on monday with a knife he was also cut during the incident and treated at a hospital before being taken to jail all of the victims are expected to survive the phillies beat the dodgers six to one i'm bill made that's what's trending fourteen ten deal lovie traffic you're still plumbing heating and air.
Hawaii Kilauea volcano: earthquake strikes
"A began erupting free weeks ago unexploded once again this week laba has dust from fissures insent methane gas flames shooting up through the ground bbc's mad government got up close with the volcano spewing lava reports on the story from hawaii's big island the rat of kilowatt continues on the big island of hawaii lobbying lava bombs into the air and pumping out a lakes worth molten rock it incinerating everything in its path with roads cut off the only way in is on foot florida being guys up in the air it's probably going one hundred hundred and fifty feet up it is incredibly powerful you can feel all the heat that it's generating and also we're am it used to be valley and now it is literally creating this new topography orig has formed where cows used to munch on cane grass a roiling pit kicking up several swimming pools worth of lava every second creating rivers of molten rock pouring across highways cutting off access routes more than two hundred eighty people remain in shelters and about fifty structures have been destroyed we met retired electrical engineer herschel hood he was returning to his evacuated neighborhood still here herschel tells us that latest fisher decimated his home i hope someday we can get back to that piece of land because it will still be there underneath all that lava authorities now were warning island residents about a steam release containing lease it's a toxic cloud of hydrochloric acid and grass crystals caused by the piping hot lava mixing with seawater and for that reason officials have cut off access to coastal areas were the poses a threat that twentysecond fisher continuing to erupt piling up lava roy up against the poona ju thermal venture the plant that supplies about a quarter of the island's power the state's largest utility the crisis at the plant is just the latest in a series of emergencies triggered when kilowatt sparked back to life the lavas actually creating more coastline in hawaii permanently changing large swaths of the landscape here what's incredible is that where this massive fisher is putting off so much and so much lava this was pasture land wendy still monitors volcanic activity for the us geological survey how long you expect this to continue for the.
Classics for Kids Puccini's La Boheme
"I may OMI Lewin welcome to classics for kids. Giacomo Puccini's opera Laba. Whim is about struggling artists in Paris, France. Laba win means the bohemian lifestyle. But Bohai Mia isn't in France. It's in eastern Europe. In the Czech Republic unto Nin version was born in Bohemia and wrote music about the legends connected with bohemian forests. Edrich smitten was also from Bohemia and he included a piece about bohemian forests and meadows in the set of tone poems. He called mave last my fatherland. Smetana's first opera the Brandenburgers in Bohemia also celebrated his native region. People from other countries wrote bohemian music to one of the regional dances that Russian composer Nikolai rimsky-korsakov put into his opera ballet. Lada was bohemians. And when Frenchman Judah Messana wrote an orchestral suite called picturesque scenes. He included a bohemian festival. In French. The word bohemian is also used to refer to the gypsy or Roma people. That's because when the Roma gypsies migrated to France, it was from the general direction of Bohemia. So the French started calling them Boheme bohemians the Roma gypsies are famous all over Europe and beyond for their music, Spanish, composer public at Asante, borrowed some of their melodies. Early. And so did Hungarian composer FRANZ Liszt. And German composer Yohannes Brahms. Put a gypsy style finale onto the end of his first piano quartet. Of course, the most famous gypsy bohemian in music is the title character of George visas opera Carmen. Since room gypsy unions were often poor, highly independent unusual lives. French playwrights, and authors started using the word bohemian to describe poor artists who also led highly independent unusual lives Puccini based his opera level him on a French play called Cendana, beatable, whim, or scenes bohemian life by v meal. She the main characters in level Wim live hand-to-mouth. They never know where their next meal is coming from, but they don't worry too much about it. Cheaney's opera about happy, but poor artists seems familiar to you from the musical rent. It's no coincidence that's because the plot of rent was lifted from LA Boheme next week on classics for kids musical theater that's taken directly from classical music. I'm Naomi Lewin. I write classics for kids and produce it with Tim Linter at WG UC Cincinnati. Please join me next time for more classics for kids.
"laba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Ron's leader ominously warned that his country might start enriching uranium more than before in west virginia ex kohl's ceo don blankenship loses the race for republican senate nominee days after the president tweeted support for his opponents the winner attorney general patrick morris he spoke directly to president trump during his acceptance speech telling trump if he was listening his tweet standing against blankenship was huge blankenship was a controversial candidate he took aim at republican leader mitch mcconnell during his senate ron and is a convicted felon who served time for his role in two thousand ten coal mine explosion which killed twenty nine miners hawaii residents are still fleeing lava from the kilowatt volcano since last week officials say molten lava has covered over a hundred acres of land we get more from cbs carter evans it's becoming an all too familiar sight lava spewing hundreds of feet into the air and just yards away from homes in the leyland estates neighborhood now ravaged by the kellaway volcano residents had fled laba hotter than a thousand degrees incinerating everything in its path at least thirty five structures have been destroyed experts say eruptions could continue for weeks if not months still to come we'll tell you why many americans are ticked off with the cdc bbc news time six oh three time for traffic and weather together on this wednesday the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes let's check with jim getting word of a crash on.
"laba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"North korea in preparation for my upcoming meeting with kim jong on president trump juggled to nuclear standoffs in his appearance today unveiling secretary of state pompeo's second trip to north korea in less than six weeks to set up a summit that mr trump hopes to denuclearization of north korea the president seemed confident that the details are already settled meeting locations everything is big and we look forward to have a very great success but on the flight to north korea pompeo told reporters we think we have it figured out but said he still working on commitments from north korea on date and location pompeo and the president also spoke about the three americans being held in north korea to were teaching in the country one was in business kim jong tool has been held since october two thousand fifteen the other two since last spring the president said he hopes they'll be released before the summit the white house says that that the situations in iran and north korea are connected they say that by pulling out of the iran deal they're sending a message to north korea that the us will not accept inadequate deals jeff chip reid thank you some people living near hawaii's kilowatt volcano have decided to stand their ground they refused to leave even as red hot lava draws closer emerging from new cracks in the earth carter evans is in hawaii it's becoming an all too familiar sight lavas viewing hundreds of feet into the air and just yards away from homes in the leilani estates neighborhood now ravaged by the kellaway volcano for me for six days residents had fled laba hotter than a thousand degrees incinerating everything in its path at least thirty five structures have been destroyed this is one of the.
Paul Ryan says House chaplain can stay, after reverend rescinds his resignation
"Of america's first news gordon killilea volcano has erupted and released laba into a residential area in hawaii leading to mandatory evacuations of nearby homes the eruption effects they alania states and about eighteen hundred residents including this man is a house going to still be there when we go back over there there might be the lavish flowing down here on we're okay but you know it's going to be changing the scenery for sure governor david ige says he's activated the hawaii national guard to help with evacuations and security and white house aides were blindsided when president trump's recently added attorney rudy giuliani said wednesday night the president had repaid attorney michael cohen one hundred thirty thousand dollars it was given to porn actress stormy daniels to keep her quiet before the two thousand sixteen election about her allegations of an affair with trump giuliani reiterated his comments in another interview on fox yesterday she was alleging although there's the contrary letter signed that it never happened that there was some a one time affair i think when cohen hurt one hundred and thirty thousand he said my god this is cheap they come cheap let me let me get the things signed up and signed off giuliani's revelation which contradicts trump's past statements came as the president's newly configured outside legal team pursuit his defense apparently with no coordination with the west wing house speaker paul ryan now says the chambers chaplain will remain in his position after he unexpectedly asked the reverend patrick conroy to resign two weeks ago outraging some lawmakers and the priest himself conroy released a letter yesterday rescinding his abrupt resignation ryan says his original decision was made and what he believed to be the best interests at the institution but added that the house is not well served by a protracted fight over such an important post ryan's dismissal had provoked the ira of house members on both sides of the aisle the search for malaysia airlines flight three seventy in the indian ocean has not turned up any evidence of that missing plane but it has turned up all kinds of other stuff researchers have discovered at least two shipwrecks off merchant of merchant vessels that sank in the nineteenth century the ships discovered off western australia have been narrowed down by experts to a handful of coal carrying british vessels meanwhile the location up light tree seventy remains unknown more than.
"laba" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat
"Exciting yeah exactly mr non mus in the chat says i thought laba was going to be stupid but this is awesome and then tina are headed to'real games lead says how does it compare to the robots that can build ikea's furniture though she wants to know she just moved here to san francisco so she's been dealing with a lot of ki furniture that's the next release of lab oh actually kia furniture that you put the switch into the shuffles the chair on your out exact really appreciate the three instructions and that you can rotate the stuff because anybody's building closet knows that some should just wanna know where the hell you are and what the backside looks lego yeah yeah i'm really excited to just delve even deeper into lab oh check out more of the toy cons and really get my hands on the robot kit like that is the big curiosity for me is like how long is that really going to take to put together how how stable is it like after i'm you know wailing my arms around and feed around and stuff like that and how much content is within each game like those are my big questions that i still need to figure out so safe to say the review will maybe early next week yeah early next week don't want to put any promises out there right now but keep an eye out for their for it because it's going to be very big and it's going to be different than anything we've ever done before so yeah look forward to that but we can talk about lavoie think this entire episode unfortunately we can't because there's still a lot to talk about one of the main reasons i asked andrew to come on the show is to shed some more lights on pokemon go i'm filling in naval by finally get to talk that's all the time.
"laba" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"There's no doubt habitat is the foundation without cover and great habitat you won't have a food supply and you won't have cover win the predator hawks moved through an i know in our area we've seen a hunt under id hawks cooper's hawks working a 648 for section of carb and you think about that with the vertical point of view and boy the coyle have a tough time getting through that period of the migration average life span of a quayle i i've read before nine p mops i've read twelve much what do you say charles all i know that we had a caller on a hand that we started in our first year programme and that he and we found her collar in the fourth year of lives so i really wouldn't make a prediction on on average black and tell you if you'd have the right habitat you do supplemental fading and in fact at hand was carrying on let chronic back pat for three and a half years i would say you can get him beyond those fifteen the nineteen months i tell you about some really good research you are happening at texas tech university airbag quayle tech you guys have a big football game good day against out of the university of oklahoma are you going to be able to handle up on them poor hey i really appreciate that well we're ever hopeful but have a daughter having a daughter that graduated from oh you you know the t shirt at the vice giving dinner bad is on so already i'm already washing impressing milo you sure so okay i'll guy i about four and more about quayle pack of a good worker you guys you're doing for our coyle added gatx texas pack university of laba working mega they can go to uh coyle dastak dot org on.
"laba" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Next year heisman algae early returns this is so early and you're on top of the week right poll so the perfect which is explained the polling system and what the results sorrow it's the official voters eddie's official heisman voters and we're asking on exactly what they're going to be asked come the end of the year if you had a vote today first second third what does it look like say kwan barkley as well out in front in first brice laba solid second mayfield third big gap down to minka fitzpatrick getting some love in fourth and blue clock it is a threeman race with barkley out in front now you've been around alabama your for a good restaurant we should it on the right so you do that aim game and it was funny to listen sabin after the fact that i thought obama was was still impressive he didn't pick their impressive enough it was a wakeup call to his team through the media and all that stuff but how do you see this team that doesn't have the resume clemson does on the opponent it's but it's been as dominant open tool college station the ridiculously talented the ridiculously deep meeker fitzpatrick's the best defensive player in all of college football i'm glad to see him get to saw its i say he deserves it yup jaylen hurts is the ultimate crush to lean on he can get you out of any situation when your best pure runner on the field is your starting quarterback who keeps growing and developing getting better and better you can lean on him in any situation i don't care if it's your third and two were for june 3rd nate he is so dangerous with his legs it's so shocking to see brice love second on that list now because where i thought it was an amazing but because i would suggest is as as recently as a week ago he wasn't mentioned that and would you been top three top four topfive and you can hide him conversation the quarterbacks take a massive fall when their teams take a loss do you see any of those quarterbacks climbing back into this race i think i think they fuels not going away especially if he has a really great performance on saturday especially if he beats t see you an ends up in a big twelve title game.
"laba" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"That was our hotspot honululu and who right behind it eighty eight and eighty seven now we're seeing all bye bye to that big front they brought the rain couple of days ago hello to those winward volker showers e c that system up to the north that's going to cut into the trade wins over the weekend swore winds are expected for the week at so embrace the trade win saver while they're here because it's quite comfortable but that also includes a handful of woodward admonished showers you can see of developing they're not so much for the big guilin coinicide is looking pretty nice and over on maui that's they're seeing a handful of showers for the east side can i back into all buckle while they're seeing some showers upcountry most of the showers are of the light to moderate intensity and that's what we're seeing here on a wall some showers passed by mainly for the winter side with central ones picking up some showers right now into why pol and then we have some showers are up in an out into how laba to but all the shows are moving along at a good clip that limits the rainfall accumulation because those showers are being pushed along by the breezy winds so brisk wind through tonight lower humidity levels and scattered showers mainly free light about a tenth of an inch or less for most of the state a little more rain projected for kuwaiti so all in all we're seeing really nice conditions that those breezy winds will continue through friday but again we are tricking lighter winds for the weekend and that means it's going to be sticky this week at to a joy tonight true friday again we have a handful of weather related alerts that small craft advisory and the women vijay posted until tomorrow morning now four tomorrow after that dole we're going to see those light wiz takeover is going to be out very sticky wicket with a popup showers sometimes heavy at times selected which is now anka's provided that saks fifth avenue shocked the exclusive east face miaki nancy.