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"lahti" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:24 min | 3 months ago

"lahti" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"It's not like something as radical as walking fuss, it was like in the very back corner of the batter's box and then was like totally closed off. It's weird. I guess you have like Giancarlo Stanton who changed kind of in that way. And he's pretty closed off, so that's something, but you don't have as many wacky walk in fuss walky stances anymore. And even when hitters reinvent themselves as hitters, it's not as drastic, a reinvention. I miss that is all I'm saying, I'm generally on board with people who miss that uniqueness and those idiosyncratic stances and deliveries that we used to get when maybe instruction wasn't quite as good or pervasive as it is now and you might have guys just kind of doing their own thing without much basis to it and sometimes it would work for them and we would remember it when it's walking fuss and who knows probably ten other guys would do something weird and just be bad and flame out and we don't even remember them. So I don't know that it's a good idea to hit that way. And of course as every broadcaster always points out like a lot of hitters basically look the same by the time the pitch arrives and they're in hitting position. So a lot of the weirdness predates the actual start of your swing. But still, RIP walking fuss and RIP stances like walking fusses, which are sort of an endangered species these days. We could describe John smoltz's entire broadcast objection the other day as walking fuss. I feel bad making a joke because somebody died, but also got to go for the joke when it's there. Fucking fuss. It's just such a, you know? It's just such a, like, no, I don't have another one. I was like, no, it's not there, but walking fuss. Okay. All right, now we will end with the past blast. This is episode 1896 and this comes from 1896 and from Richard hershberger, historian saber researcher, and author of strike for the evolution of baseball. So this is a game of indoor baseball reported in the Chicago chronicle of January 15th, 1896, says headline, sagua beat ramblers, one of the most hotly contested indoor baseball games of the season was played last night when the sagas defeated the ramblers 8 to 6 at Claire's hall, the teams were well matched, though the sagua got a good lead in the first inning, which their opponents could not overcome. A batted ball in the first part of the 8th inning struck one of the electric lights breaking the circuit. The remaining two innings were played almost in the dark. The pitchers were batted heavily, but each received good support from his 9. Evidently the fact that it was almost in the dark was not an impediment to offense here. The ball was set out into the field repeatedly, but the men located there generally caught it. Each team had a home run to its credit, blatant sending the ball into the gallery in the first inning and door knee following suit in the 8th. So Richard writes here indoor baseball as the product of a search for a team sport suitable for indoor play in the winter. It was only modestly successful. Despite modified rules with a larger softer ball and shorter base pass, few spaces were large enough, and those only barely, as shown by the hit taking out the lights by 1896, indoor baseball was already being superseded by a new invention, basketball, indoor baseball would survive into the 20th century by moving back outside, which is weird. It's like we have indoor baseball. Let's play indoor baseball outdoors. Then what do we have? Um. But actually not just baseball, perhaps because they continued to use the larger softer ball and Richard says that outdoor indoor baseball was one of the precursors to modern softball. So how about that? I did not know. I didn't either. Indoor baseball was a thing. I mean, I played baseball indoors, but I didn't know if there were leagues and there was a movement to make indoor baseball a year round popular sports. And I did not know that indoor baseball, then migrated outdoors again. I had no idea. Morphed into softball. So that's kind of cool. Yeah. Cool. Past blessed. Past blast. Now, I also had something else to add for this past blast because we got an email from listener Daniel laughlin who said, I've been thinking of sending you this ever since I heard about your past blast segment, this one is potentially for 1896, so he says the setup is that I helped my mother transcribed years and years of letters from my great grandfather, Charlie, to his future wife, Lahti, written, starting in the late 1890s and into the early 1900s when they eventually married. There is a lot to say about that project, but to make a long story short, Charlie talked a lot about baseball in his letters, and that fascinated me. In fact, the very first letter from him to my great grandmother was from June 3rd of 1896, he wrote it from balto, Maryland, Baltimore, and here is the second paragraph, well, yesterday I saw the great doctor pond pitch and to please you, I said hurrah for the Baltimore's. By the way, I think we should bring back calling. Well, hurrah, yeah. Definitely hurrah, but also just like calling teams by the city names. Just, you know, the Baltimore's. I like that. Yeah. The letter continues the doctor is great. He struck out 5 men yesterday, the rooters think that there is no one like him. They cheer him every time he steps into the box. In the grandstand they sell the celebrated doctor pons, scorecards, and doctor pons sandwiches. I enclose you my scorecard, it has the doctor's face on it. It is a very good likeness of him. I don't suppose you will be able to make anything of the score as I don't know enough of the game to keep it properly. So our listener Dan writes most of his later baseball references in his letters where about games between his town in northern Minnesota and neighboring towns, but I found this reference interesting because of the way he talked about doctor pond. You may know of doctor pond his full name was erasmus Arlington arley pond. He was not only an impressive pitcher, but he was, in fact, a Doctor Who served as a surgeon for the U.S. Army. He has an extensive Wikipedia page which chronicles both his baseball exploits and his medical career and yes, he was in the Spanish-American War. He was in World War I. He had a long eventful life and seems to have distinguished himself at times and also to have been sort of a white man's burden imperialist type. So mixed legacy for doctor pond. But he was not a bad baseball pitcher while he was pitching, which was just for a few years for the 1890s Orioles, which were very good in 1896 the year this letter was written was I think their third straight pennant, but of course I got interested in this and just had to look up a couple accounts on newspapers dot com of this game and I wrote back to Dan that his great grandfather's account does check out he did have 5 strikeouts in the game, so he was observant enough to keep track of the strikeouts and this was notable at the time I think because the opposing pitcher in the game had zero strikeouts. This was not a high strikeout era. So doctor pond striking out 5 that was something and he

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"lahti" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"lahti" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"And craft to furniture and fashion. I'm mainly Evans. We visit Finland where in the city of Lahti and events dedicated to post art and design, the second place every year since 1975. In an increasingly digital age, what makes for a great poster and why does the art form continue to play such an important role in our lives? Our Helsinki correspondent Petrie butts off went to long to find out. He sent us this report. This year's lack the international poster triennial showcased posters from 51 countries at the recently opened museum of visual arts in the southern Finnish city of Lahti. From thousands of entries, the organizers selected 350 posters that were on display and completed for various awards, among which the Grand Prix prize awarded to the best poster. The international jury consisted of graphic designers and professors of graphic design from countries such as Taiwan, Spain, Germany, Poland, and the host country Finland. When selecting winners, they looked at how the different posters conveyed their message and translated it into a visual representation. They also looked at how uniquely this was achieved and at how punchy and relatable the design was. I caught up with professor esa Ayala, one of Finland's best known poster artists and the chairman of the triennials organizing comedy. I began by asking professor Oli about the key to great poster design. Lean meal. A good poster combines many things. It sends a strong message and how this message is communicated visually is the central idea of the poster. And of course, a good poster is also art. A good poster is current and addresses the significant societal issues of its time. But the message is the most important element in a good poster. This year the triennials main price was awarded to the Japanese artist takahiro Ito's poster titled between symbols and illustrations, some morning. It features a black symbol against a beige background, which on a quick lands looks like a stamper or a missile, but on closer inspection reveals itself as the back of a woman's head. Other awarded posters feature themes such as environmental degradation, the rise of neo nazism, and the water shortage. Others are more playful such as the Polish information poster by Maya starek, that instructs people to use face masks to cover not only the mouth, but also the nose by depicting Pinocchio with only his mouth covered. All 350 posters are presented in just a few rooms and very close to each other and without frames. This emulates the way posters compete for human attention in real life, being posted on the likes of notice boards. Interestingly, it is just these limitations that professor royalla like spot poster art, which he calls the king of graphic design. Here is career as a poster artist, spanned 6 decades, explaining why. You always stay on, you can go right out to a poster has a predetermined and fixed space within which it is constricted to exist. A set width and height. The visualization of its core message needs to fit within that space. This limitations and confines make it a challenging form of art and design. And the artist needs to be able to convey the posters message not only within this boundaries, but also make sure that the message is instantly understandable. The last international poster triennial has showcased the best in poster art and design ever since 1975. I asked professor Ella, who has been involved with the events since the 1980s help users have changed over the years. Poster art, of course, evolves over time, and each poster needs to be current to its audience. That said, the format of the poster has remained more or less unchanged. They are still printed on paper, and most often, in a vertical shape. Of course, the teams change over time and who have seen a remarkable increase in posters the focus on environmental issues. I'm also quite certain that at the next triennial, we'll see more works to deal with war. The works on display at the triennial exhibition show that poster art is vibrant art form that has survived and that continues to thrive even in our increasingly digital age. The need to communicate ideas to challenge and to engage audiences is eternal. Posters have been around for almost two centuries and continue to catch our eyes and to stoke our imaginations in ways that are at the same time playful,.

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"lahti" Discussed on Persons Unknown

Persons Unknown

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Persons Unknown

"Work by the car and shown was briefly in house. Aligned with billie joe. This was the moment. The prosecution argued shot and killed. Billy jo they then said shown went to the diy still in an attempt to create an alibi himself and in lahti mentioned they're driven around the park twice and the prosecution. Said this is pretty for sean jenkins trying to buy himself some time. They pointed to the fact that show one hundred hundred without tiny white spirit and the police found a bottle of the cleaning liquid already in the house. The prosecution mentioned additional evidence against show. He was criticized for his actions. When i finding betty jo he had not attempted. Cpr tried to put in the recovery position. This is seen as highly suspicious response from someone who supposedly cared for billie joe. They claimed he had lied and he told a neighbor at the scene that he had attempted emergency aid the resources of the accusation that show and had not been for an ambulance straight away anti delayed doing so for several minutes he apparently i chose to just the volume on the ringtone on one of the house landline phones as it coincidentally was ringing when he came back into the house after betty jo he then decided to call the night. Before how i'll mention here. I have read another time line which has shown phoning for an ambulance before he found the neighbor. I presume the prosecution's decisions. Based on phone records the emergency calls themselves of which not will also scrutinized. The prosecution deemed shown jenkins to being untruthful. In some of the responses he gave during the conversations with the coal operators show was alleged to have misled the emergency services when he said that he and his daughters had returned to the house to find billy joe in that state after being away for forty five minutes in fact it was near a fifteen to twenty minutes during one of the nine nine nine calls show was us to fail for pulse and maeve billie joe into the recovery position. The prosecution said that he didn't do either of these things in the recording of one of the nine nine nine calls. The emergency operator can be heard asking sean. If billy joe was still breathing to which he replied he didn't know. This seemed to contradict lighter information given by show on during police questioning when he said he saw a bubble from her nose and you she was still alive at that point they also said that while waiting for the ambulance showing try to shake off and then to wash off the blood from his hands which they claimed not thing to be worrying about. Billy joe was lying. There in that state evidence was heard from the paramedics and police officers first on the scene. They all seem to share. The same opinion. Shown was ugly calm and seemed more interested in making. Sure the rafe if he's rover. Mj was put up before it started. Raining sean also reportedly went to sit alone in car while snipers consult is traumatized villages. The prosecution kaime. He did this in order to provide a reason. Why biti jos blood or other forensic evidence may be in the car. they also recounted. That work colleague turned up at the house. Completely oblivious to the afternoons events and show did not mention to them what had happened. The prosecution painted the of a devious initiative man who had been hot headed and violent committing the crime and cold and calculating and he's efforts to cover it up. They claim he lied from the start. Originally when questioned he did not go back into the house after returning from cannot lottie from her clarinet lesson. I'd only change this detail. After an in lahti said he had done in their statements. All the talk from sean jenkins about proud in the vicinity the prosecution said was fabricated and the police had records of any complaints. The jerry was left with a strong hint that there was a possibility that shown jenkins had a sexual interest in betty jo. The defense responded with their own version of the narrative that of a loving foster father in shock after the horror of what happened to the girl he cared for that forensic experts the microscopic blood splatter. Phantom insurance close was the result of billie joe exiling has shown lifted ahead. They made the point. That the person who committed such Attack would be covered in blood blood splattered all over. The patio patio. till so. why. Not over sean jenkins. If he was the merger defense council made the point that the tent pag was in full view of anyone who came through the gate into the garden and the blood was found on both ends of the tent peg the assailants would surely have had bloodstained hands and cuffs. Which shown jenkins did not the merger. We will also had paint splashes on them. Only one paint mark was found jenkins close but it was an older stain. Interestingly no fingerprints found on the tent peg which the defense said resort considering the supposed frenzied attack jenkins was accused of carrying out. They also noted that the ten pack was on top of the coal bunker which is at the bottom of the garden and was not on. Hand near billie joe. If jenkins did go into a rage he would have had to travel a long way to retrieve the peg which did not fit with the out of control narrative. The prosecution was spinning. If shown jenkins was the conniving in devious man. He was being made at be. He said he would have surely not left the mood weapon right next to her body. In cases fingerprints were on. It said it was not possible for sure jenkins to have committed the murder cleaned and composed himself in the timeframe given by the prosecution. If sean jenkins chopped off his daughter's friend following the clarinet essen between three fifteen and three twenty pm as the friends. Parents say there is no way he could have committed the murder. It would have taken at least four and a half minutes for him. Lottie anne to return home and the trip to the diy still was at least fifteen minutes.

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"lahti" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Let's make it that If i'm not waived i ought to be waived six months before or caught caught by like february first before year four well the catches leaguer five waving you while you still have that guarantee my what about this. How about we just make it one day after our season ends each year. So the because it's so weird figuring this out during a season while like while you guaranteed my later. We're gonna eat your money into bill year. That that stinks. How does the day after the season ends for both your four or five leading. That's fine and the guarantee. As long as i don't miss games for So so the contract is fully protected unless Except for injury due to the back. Yep all right got it. The second most complex extension history slightly less complex than my initial offer. Okay who who's up next year we can. We can probably move things along a little bit quick out difficult. We definitely can with trump junior like as the bulls. We like troy brown junior but there really aren't extensions done in this realm lars like clearly. It's i mean they're not giving to close to ten million so i think we can. We can move on without a formal offer says reasonable. Just it does zaire. Smith had his option declined so he is thus ineligible for rookie scale extension. Now dante stevens renzo as the bucks. This is a challenging negotiation that we have made even more nuanced with the addition of grayson allen. Who will come up later in this later in this podcast in stevenson's like he with him to guard size up an important part of the bucks team year even though they did win the championship with with her. And i don. We've heard anything more specific on like how like how this tendon issue is going to affect a moving forward but it's for for from milwaukee's perspective. Obviously the the capital parts of this vivas fourteen million. That doesn't matter to us really at all because we're well over the capital that so it's just about minimizing are long term expenditures. And if we can if we can get some risk of degree too but we don't have to so what we were thinking is especially with the injury right now. We don't know how it's gonna go. We're thinking thirteen million a year for four years. You get to fifteen. You gotta do right. Obviously i have value on the league. I was the basically the only asset in that bogdonovich deal. And you're able to off. You're you're basically at that point fifteen basically getting what bogdanovich made so then from sacramento. It's like yeah you can get a gun player on lantana which is making eighteen remember. He didn't take wasn't willing to take fifty. And that's why the whole thing fell apart Let's go to. Let's go to fourteen and put a a million a year in reasonable incentives. And then we got it. I don't wanna go to a full fifteen. That's a lot for us to commit to as things move But fourteen with some fourteen with that you can win the press conference with fifteen million. You could get that for for sixty on the on the tweets but then the actual thing is a little bit less than that yup. We're winning twitter by the way. Were you aware that actually that The twitter website there like winners and losers. And like you should be. You should be competing with the with other people on twitter to win or lose re aware that but it anyway. As long as i could win that. Yeah yeah let's let's do feldman what do you think that. Yeah it seems pretty fair. Thirteen seemed like a too big of a bargain for the team. And then fifteen and dante that somewhere in that that ranji. I think that was pretty. Incidentally is also exactly his capital which is doesn't matter the circumstance but it's kind of funny that is like really. I didn't do that but it was just kind of like. Yeah that feels about right. I think like the injury issue at and we may find out that this injury is going to be more bernice you than we thought it was Also honestly for the bucks like having bat kind of mid level salary to trade. I think of something that's going to be paying and having it to trade next off season in twenty two could be really useful to because if even shinzo if you wait until restricted and you match offer sheets and you're basically having him on roster until the deadline of that year so there's a little bit more flexibility if you think the offers reasonable yeah now if the bucks wanted to trade even gonzo zone next year that's basically is going to During this upcoming season it's going to preclude that Okay how 'bout lying walker. This'll be an interesting one. Spurs what what are you will an offer him We would offer at four years. Forty million dollars What's a helmet. Look as far as like my role on the team see. We don't know that that's the problem is the amount of playing time you've gotten with her other guards. We've already liked it like we just don't know how that's gonna look this to be honest. This might be a way too much. Debate might be not nearly enough his a confused about how you're gonna fit in here and really What your ability is. But i'd say more so with the fit and seems like injuries factored but maybe we should've prioritize getting our young guys on the court together more. Well i think that kind of given the uncertainty. I would like to get paid. Something i would say that like dante. Exum is a good analog for lahti walker and he basically got like three years thirty million. So what i would like to do. Is you're locking in for four years at ten million a year. That's a little concerning to me. I might be willing to take a little lower annual salary on a two plus one. If we could do that your could do like three years. Twenty seven million on the two plus one. Yeah i mean. I i think part of what we're paying for here is a young player with clearly talent locking him and that's the appeal to us as a type deal doesn't really tell us. Plus we like players who are committed to san antonio want to be part of our culture. Be here long term. Yeah that that type of structure doesn't really appeal to us. How about three years. Thirty three million. Yeah so. I think it's going to the wrong direction there. That's that's more money per year and few years Well but it's also you're you're if things go poorly protected then as well. My other concern though is not having a high of number to build. An extension of an extension is so important state. That's fair i just. I can't do the four years. I gotta have something where i am trying to find the sweet spot of getting some life changing money but also still having some upside at a time greater than when i'm like twenty six or twenty seven. That's what we think we're paying for with us like you haven't been at ten million a year player yet. Part of what we're paying for. It is like we want to for that four year to raise. What if we did about four years Forty four million give you another million a year for for locking you in. What's the most you can offer me over three years. We would do twenty four million over three young player. that fourth year appeals dos. So you can have three or four forty four. I guess. I guess. I gotta just take it the forty four million I've just. I'm a little worried about how this year is going to play out. I mean i'm still probably not going to start now. Probably not brin. Forbes is back. there's devon cells wall. Josh primoz coming up behind me. I think i gotta just take that guarantee money. Good negotiating there dan. I think lani walker might get more. But i also think he's worth extending for more as trying to balance that a little bit..

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"lahti" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Look back on this podcast. What would i have done. I don't know if i'm proud of it but it felt good to get it out there right so that's it have a great weekend. You can't enjoy the music and they'll be a bonus episode of meat bitching about something from a couple of years ago it's probably the nba. All right i'll see own Hey what's going on. its bill burr. And it's the monday morning podcasts. For monday august fifth two thousand and thirteen. How're you how you doing this morning. All that's just fantastic. This is going to be another. Subdued william burr. Here on the monday morning. Podcast as you can tell. I wasn't able to find a fucking code for my mixer. So the lovely nia is going to send me mind so next. This'll be the last week of this kind of stuff. So i've had difficulty trying to find basically everything here in new orleans for those who just listening having listened for the past couple of weeks here in new orleans doing the. What do you call it. The final episode of glee for this season. It's like some three hour extravaganza. So i have to be here forever. And like i mentioned. I am going to be shirtless in the cafeteria scene. So i've been trying to trying to get healthy food out here which is practically impossible. I haven't been able to find it. If there's any new orleans people i guess they don't say knowledge by the way i was told that the other night that they don't say that that's just some hollywood shit and then I taught that person how to properly say boston. B w boston not boston so we both had a laugh and then we ate some fried fucking oysters. Because everything's fried down here. you know. I go into verizon. I need a new cell phone chats. You know. they didn't have the entire thing they had the part. You plug into your fucking computer so unless i was gonna walk around with my computer and then bring that plug plug that in and then plus the fuck and cellphone into my computer. That was the only way for me to charge it. When i was on the road sitting there going on becoming a tub of shit here and i have my shirtless seeing you know. I'm sitting in Eight six seven five three. Oh nine jenny but the jazz it up a little bit but anyway so i find someplace to get juice and even then the way they do the juice you know usually you use. The apple used the fruit to give it a little zing. C can drink the fuck and green shit but they do it the opposite down here. It's apple juice. And then they'll add like half lifa kale in there. And i just kind of hard yourself up on sugar so I i do have a game plan people. After your wonderful suggestions we bill. Why don't you watch that documentary fat sick and nearly dead at. I'm like. I've already watched those. You know food inc. And i watched. Try log gert. Twos fucking morgan. Spurlock at gertrude. Famous percussionist from india I fuck in. That's how you say his name go. Just get to the point right. The fuck was my point. Oh mortgage spurlock that his name. I watched that ate mcdonalds thirty fucking days in a row and i mean you know what's great about that you knew you know. His body was going to be junked but secretly. Haven't you always wanted to do that. Just say fuck it. Just blow your body out. You know just how much weight you actually could gain if you really put your mind to it. You know this is what i do. I would start with a grand slam breakfast. And then i have to take a nap. 'cause old when you get older by the way when you eat really bad you know rather than just running outside like you do a youngster. It takes a toll on your. He actually have to go lay down. Try to sleep yourself back into some sort of balanced but probably start with that lunchtime. What would i do steak and cheese. You know what it is that kind of food so fucks me up now. I can't even enjoy it anymore. That's what happens as you get older. It's like you fucking guts alike some engine that your entire life. You would like to court so oil lot and it just doesn't run as well as it used to back. When you were younger you could do fucking neutral drops and fucking be driving forty miles an hour inches yankee emergency brake cut the wheel and almost tip over your fucking volkswagen fox like my buddy did back in the day. You can't do that anymore as you get older. You know so if you are older and every time you eat you then have to. Immediately fall asleep you down a few courts stanford wanna put a synthetic in there so anyway. So i've been you know days. I'm not working. I've been kind of bored. I know a lot of you guys already know what i'm working on here in. Lahti guys always go bill. Why do you try to keep it such a big fucking secret. What you're doing you can just go to your imdb page and figure out what you're doing. Well do you ever think that maybe that that's the fucking method to my madness. See if i just told you what. I'm doing down here in new orleans you'd be humble brag you'd give me shit you know easy kid..

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"lahti" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Didn't play you know like bill barnwell. My dog shot him out. You know Guys like that didn't play. He knows like so much about the game. It's just there's guys and girls who you know. Look at things. And i'm afraid to not overreact to this sound bite from dan campbell. Because florio who i like. You know. Misquotes zimmer you know somebody takes quote out of context or we all agree that this guy was terrible higher because he does stink like a terrible hired detroit. The guy came out of nowhere so a lot of people are thinking. what are they doing. But like for instance dan campbell. There's been this narrative that he's going to fail because he's a harto and i don't even think people know what a harto is in the nfl. Pardo's don't smile. Harto's don't talk to the media. 'harto's don't joke with their players harto's don't share. You know. i mean. Dan has done all those things. And i think like if you wanna know if players are gonna like coach not ask a fucking player and players that i've talked to really like the guy i'm not saying he's going to be a great coach. I have no idea but he would be a perfect example of the way. We've kinda like we've a stigmatized football guys saying to the point that if we even sniff it automatically the guy's gonna suck if he wins games. People are going to be obsessed with his stick or whatever it is. Oh yeah i by his stick. Because i think he's authentic now. Coach will see. I don't know but he's a perfect example of everybody kind of piling on and i know people didn't like the higher and listen. I the rooney rule thing. It's been really rough. You know for black coaches watching and this guy. In many other guys seem like we're coming out of nowhere like out of the woodwork. Where they find the scott. But he's coached under sean payton You know he got experience. He's he's dealt with both sides of the locker room and guys love him and you know what if detroit wants to make that call. Maybe they're to be hitting the reset button and a year or two. But it's not like the last fifteen coaches have worked out very well for them outside. Jim call while i agree and they ran him out of town because he wasn't good enough. I not gonna get him. The fuck doesn't smile either. The guy. I love jim caldwell. But he's awesome. I don't know how many coaches wanted to teach like i know in. I assume the common thought is everybody who's coaching wants to be head coach in the nfl. I agree but i think now at this point we're seeing a lot of players take a little bit less money to stay in good positions. I think you're seeing a lot of good coaches potentially change your strategy on where they wanna go how they want to go. Because of what. Christopher said how in one year they might be firing you your whole family in a move and everything like that. So i'm not saying that there wasn't other coaches that were maybe more qualified to get line job. I i assume that there definitely was. But i think dan campbell is like the perfect person for the lions job. I'm not sure that was very desirable position for anybody. He's body completely. And i found that very deep of you saying like people don't even know har- does in football world because i think immediately when i look at 'em like okay. This is a meathead but then one of you listen to him speak. It's like oh it's a deep thinking compassionate meatball. yeah in lahti dealmaker meatballs. Like listen like the. I get people now. I don't know if he's going to get like building. An offense around jared goff. I dunno if he's going to put his coaches in the right position. I'll tell you what he has done that staff that they That they kind of put together is like the coolest fasten history of of football like these are all ballers and they're all cool. You know my man. Deuce is up there from philly You know. Brad's up there rando. La and they're just cool and he did a great job of assembling a staff. Now it's going to be his job to manage the situation. If he can't he won't be a lot but you know give the guy a chance. Maybe he's not the asshole that you think is because you're afraid to to re tweet something that you think is a little cave manish. That's his style and you listened. Caveman has won a lot of football games as a lot of a lot of people don't even like the harto thing like some of the media's favorite people are harto's and they don't even know it like that's the thing like the media doesn't and i'm including myself in this i was looking at the nba. Or something. and i didn't play. And i was like well. I think this guy looks kinda dig or this guy. Looks like he's cooler. This guy's humble like we don't really know we weren't around these guys. We weren't in locker rooms and the you know a lot about the game of football without having that kind of six sense about people and teammates and what players are into or not into. I think a lot of times. There's a disconnect between the the media. I large what players think i would say. I think that is a very very true statement. And if he has success you know what every other owners going to be looking for as soon as we need a big deep thinking. I need i need to do. Black is man and what he's saying to black. Pike block shots two shots and each black even knew only thing. I don't like about dan campaign the entire world by the way. There's no like dan campbell. Trend has got only made one. Dan campbell plug. You can't go like after he succeeds if he does. You can't be like we're the other day one But it's unfortunate. He's an addict. Because i found out caffeine addict that that illicit drugs he's drinking a hundred ounces a day in the morning that's in the morning. We're talking about the level of addiction that you were referring to is alarming. But hey hey. By the way a lot of caffeine addicts have won a lot games. No doubt i used to be one of them. I'm just. I have to comment because life is better without it. Well it depends on if they win or lose. I'll tell you what that's the only thing that's going to depend upon whether or not life is good over there. We're talking to chris long time superbowl champion. Only one time walter. Pain and shame. shame ahead. Caller yeah chris. Pat alluded to the pushups. Joe judges making players. Do and joe looney actually retired..

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"lahti" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It

"It's so cute but this is the set and this woman is super curvy mckay. That woman's is more straight bodied narrow michaela's curvy petite she. Can i tell you something. I just bought that in lime green. What but in an excel. So they exist. They are so what i it. It is thin. I wouldn't say you could leave the house and walk around in this without feeling a little. I want and exposed. But around the house and for doing yoga balaton light exercise. There's also just something. So great about matching yes. It's so cute. You feel you feel like you have your life to get your life together when you're match asked so. I know that i found those in a plus size. They're so cute. Yeah the brock was. Even i would say it actually ran a little large. Did you what size you buy small. You buy small okay. Did you feel like it was when they. When i open them i was like how am i going to fit into this. Here's the thing that's very stretch you are. You are tall and thin. I would have almost put you in a medium but the fact that you bought a small makes sense to me. Because if i'm usually an extra large. I think if i had bought a large it might even fit better. Yeah so i think it does. I think because of the stretch it probably like it depends on what you want the fit to be. Yeah like the extra large bra top was like too big on me your like a lot space but it super cute. It was cute. It was cheap. It was a it was a quick. It was a quick tick tock. Swipe dummy yeah they got me they got. I got cover your assets as well. So i'm telling you. I killed there. You go and cover your assets to small business may grandpa. We see you love him. Grandpa back. I mean it just makes me want to design a game. You know what i mean. I i know ben if you would like to help my god another lenny. Dick to something no. Cover your deck lenny kravitz. Dick feel something happened. There felt something happening every time. We are no. We're at the we're idea. Gals where idea for the ideas. Follow-through call someone else. You've got you execute. Well exactly that's right. That's our slogan but we are doing. We'll give ideas then we leave. Just go home. You pay us yes we don't do anything. I love it so now we have this. Okay so we got the baboon to the moon. Yes we have these saba shoes from your assets. Women's ever will be excited about you posting again your legs. Here's the thing now. Everyone's like oh they should be giving you money and i'm like but that's the whole point. This looks like me was scrubbed. Daddy scrub daddy. All i wanted was for them to know who. I was telling me on instagram. Now do you know big. That is yeah. Did they send me of twenty. Four karat gold daddy necklace. No no maybe they will. Christmas is only five months. Why that's true and for me. I never knew one of my grandpas and my grandpa died ten years ago. So grandpa back. I'm just looking for other grandpa and you were just now what we don't exactly. I'm just looking fill a void. I don't need your money. Grandpa oh just want love. Of course it's just want your love you guys. Another great episode of g just bought at the mini episodes with jackie of natch. Of course another many will be up on the feed next week and if you missed last week's many on the net feed go there lahti joined us not great she..

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"lahti" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"No no mature mistake. Oh sorry. I'm just making some corrections before the next interview. It's about this new beer. In finland called goose and as a craft beer aficionado myself. I can tell the producer meant to write g. o. s. which is actually pronounced goza that medium yellow to deep gold top fermented sour some coriander notes in their fresh grass super lactic. Super chris. you know is so sessional now. According to this script i have here. This goza is dropping in finland. Where sorry just a sec. My directors talking your what no. It's not is not it is okay Well apparently this finish. Brewery is brewing called goose droppings. And it's brewed with goose droppings. I i get it now. That's really gross. But maybe samuel cura will explain why it's not. He's the assistant. Brewer aunt brew in lahti finland. That's where we reached him. Sally is it really true that you have brewed beer with goose droppings fused touches off aden in two weeks time we will produce pick batch of it. Where did you get this idea that you could actually do this with ad. calling it. Wasted potential idea comes from the many places as people have done similar style of fears already because she dongguan like even much more extreme like Meet and stuff like that we we have heard of brewing with sheep dung wail vomit. That's a new one to me. But what is it you actually do with the deng and this is like goose poop. Right yes We basically collecting from our parks where they are landing in the springtime and oftentimes. Then we basically sterilize it with the pressure cooker. The main crater the beard the malls. And we're gonna smoke them with a to poop. Maybe just explain described the what you do. I mean so people who don't know how beer is brewed. And i'm among them. How what do you actually do. Basically we take the malls and then we get the super out of it by heating it of deadly going to boil it down. Kill all the bacteria basically in a brewing process. After that we way the beat the cooling down and then we can at least and the yeast will furman did till the end. Bring change to sue character alcohol. The role of the goose poop is what then the good to bring the aroma of a trappings. Basically we gonna smoke. The malls waited. And what what do you think that does always gives it the flavor profile to okay. Is that a good thing. You say that like it is. It's extremely interesting for me. At least to say obviously not trying to get it like fool tasting the poop that we will have other flavors. They're recovering from the malls. Obviously like a slight chocolate than coffee. Kind of flavors okay. So what what flavors do get by by smoking it. With goose poop we will get slight boop say aromatherapy with a kind of like a chicken with the closest in my opinion. Not a good job at selling this to me. Sorry but have you. Have you tried to beer made with this. We have done. Some trials are pretty happy. Waited are already louis Tweaks made maybe more to the recipe. And how like two weeks time to get the Batch going on goose poop in this country is something that we have called the canada goose and it is really gross. It's everywhere where these geese are in cities it's kind of green slick thing not to put in too much detail. Is that the kind of poop you're dealing with. Oh it's pretty similar to our koos is like a host of your candidate goes size but it makes pretty similar to our parks. How much time do you have to spend actually collecting the pu. We're going to do it in a one day time. We have some volunteers coming. Help us to collect it. You have volunteers. Who will do this where you absolutely. It's a it's a commonwealth to clean the parks of my lovely hometown right and this tell us a bit about lucky because if is famous for being the called europe's green capital what is it that makes lack the special. Oh we try to recycle. We are going ahead of the recycling things on our plan is basically next thirty years to get denied denying person household waste inner usable purposes. So this means all household waste is supposed to be recovered a recycled within the next thirty years. But that doesn't include goose poop. So this is. This is a new area of cleaning up your city. I guess absolutely absolutely kind of get something interesting. Help our stated cleaning up and coors has been quite the problems on people and weekend. It's really it's not helping much to try to avoid the nature. What are you calling this beer. That you're smoking with goose pu. It's going to be called coups. Trump's do you think that's going to sell absolutely our you advertises. We What's your strategy. Oh we will have the videos coming up and like you guys already doing quite good for us for promoting it. It's going to be one of the those puppeteers in the world. When does the goose poo beer go on the market. It's going to the market of the last week of october. We have our beer festival here at the lofty gold and fast which is like fifth edition the festival while and are there other things. You plan to recycle into your production. Obviously yeah we have a like. I style of beer gumming up by using like a it. Like orange peels on the local markets to his presentation. Like wide are like lynch's round coming meal time rose narrows but you're getting a lot of stuff that would be thrown out from the grocery stores to make fruit beers. Almost half of the Was taking this seriously gonna be like the way it would go the fans otherwise if we wouldn't take them on you look new ways to use them all right. I wish you success if you have an idea to come to canada and collect the goose poop from our beaches and parks do anything with it. You're absolutely welcome. We are looking into it for all right. Good talking to family day you. Semolina cure is the assistant brewer at andt brew locked in finland and to learn more about that. Goose droppings beer..

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"lahti" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"You need to take responsibility if those are your sections and you need to to to come up with a way to effectively self. Police and into limit those incidents. The i'm sorry. You dealt with that incident in the supporters group. Where where somebody you know spinach you. That's that's horrible and certainly Irresponsible themselves right there. That's a tough you know again. It's it's it's a it's a case where you have a lot of people doing doing things that are stupid but i mean if if i could go back i guess if i go back to the to this sort of as i'm i'm not saying bad things didn't happen. I mean there are plenty of things that happen. Maybe walter supporters group but there are certain individuals that were there That were able to sort of you know help police. That section were able to sort of keep an eye and there are people. I feel like if i had an issue i could go talk to and you know that's because i met them at lot eight and it was a very welcoming atmosphere at lahti end so there are people i could speak to something happened and i think that welcoming atmosphere is kind of gone and in niger. Just kind of left with the toxic moments are kind of overtaking any sort of any sort of community. You sort of had at at laud aiden at rs cac. So that's more what i'm getting at ten. That's a great point..

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"lahti" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

RFK Refugees Podcast

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast

"You need to take responsibility if those are your sections and you need to to to come up with a way to effectively self. Police and into limit those incidents. The i'm sorry. You dealt with that incident in the supporters group. Where where somebody you know spinach you. That's that's horrible and certainly Irresponsible themselves right there. That's a tough you know again. It's it's it's a it's a case where you have a lot of people doing doing things that are stupid but i mean if if i could go back i guess if i go back to the to this sort of as i'm i'm not saying bad things didn't happen. I mean there are plenty of things that happen. Maybe walter supporters group but there are certain individuals that were there That were able to sort of you know help police. That section were able to sort of keep an eye and there are people. I feel like if i had an issue i could go talk to and you know that's because i met them at lot eight and it was a very welcoming atmosphere at lahti end so there are people i could speak to something happened and i think that welcoming atmosphere is kind of gone and in niger. Just kind of left with the toxic moments are kind of overtaking any sort of any sort of community. You sort of had at at laud aiden at rs cac. So that's more what i'm getting at ten. That's a great point..

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"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"How. We have focused focused on aspects. That seeing how the pelvis moves and gates and or indirectly tried to predict out other pelvis moves in during sprinting. You to we don't have the technology available that could measure it at currently quickly during sprinting itself that we're trying to get an idea of dynamic movement so it's not just measuring got static position biggest emphasis would be anthropomorphic tucked in this population as there seems to be a bias towards this position on therefore this causes the hamstrings to do more stabilizing work and which is in in the series. It's not very sustainable. So this would be require a higher lombo pelvic control or this region of muscle balancing to cause a higher stability would be very important so that look some alone you taken off from the hamstrings with the sprint mechanics and the sprint power. So how are you. Is it like vertical horizontal forests. Like is it in a fly or acceleration. Like tell me a little bit more about that. And if you've seen any correlation there so we have we are trying to what's may be innovated in our approach is that we're trying to combine macroscopic microscopic mechanical measures with cheap technology. So macroscopic would be that larger picture. Mechanical picture of how much horizontal force is being produced and this is bound by using the field method of j morin really effective in quick to do and the tech a recent tweet by day be stated that this could maybe in the future being done the ncaa so just a measure measuring the players when they're doing their sports and get an idea of their force ballistic profile but this is a mechanical variable. It's not or macroscopic. Variables ertz not telling us how they're producing that horizontal force so then we would want to zoom in bits and emphasize how they are sprinting. This is most injuries take place. During upright sprinting. We are isolating bats component and trying to look at the the kickback mechanism and trying to get an indirect idea of Let's say are they running in a position of constant enrage in terms of hip extension reserve. So they're constantly overextending and and really working the hamstring at longer lengths so you would probably have unsustainable if the volume was increased especially unsustainably. This would be a big issue. Sure it makes me think about two. I wonder if some of those field tests are probably like like you said it's too to the macro tests can tell you the what but it doesn't tell you how i know. A lot of people look like. How far is that foot. Traveling behind the body. I'd be interested in shingle. Change to like how the angle changes to help. Create the lever by which the horizontal forces going to be applied. And i mean those are. It's hard it's probably gonna be really hard that it's really like you'd have to sit there and analyze and look at like all sorts of different running. I mean it'd be the just another your variable but the to me it's almost the principal. The overwhelming principles. Just be body balance. You know the the the lips of the run is imbalance and the body can control their pelvis and those types of things. It is a complex like it can be really complex though we could like. Just take this down to the micro level and so i guess it's always good to kind of have this resting larger view by which to process at all. Yeah and we should also size. That's on the football cohort. They're gonna inevitably be different than track and field athletes just because there's more requirement of accelerating in upright position..

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"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"Or even a caveman. Caveman need to stretch. You know his or her hamstrings. Beat the best. You know what. I'm saying like if an athlete's doing listings or even an max lhasa sprinting. The hamstrings are naturally adapting to that stimulus by increasing their facile link on their own. I mean i'm sure that probably having better mechanics is probably going to be a better thing there without a station. But i always just feel like i was trying to think of ways to reduce the noise in the system. If we don't need to do something or if there's a faster better way to do something. I want to do that. Argument point absolutely like santia therapists. Say they don't do much motion training anymore especially static stretching and I would disagree in that sense. The bears in certain cohorts like football. I consider it a practical tool during the weekly missile or the cycle and I'm chris cycle. That is so. I would be able to debate about that but but yeah it's i wouldn't have strong opinions about it because again taking the boxes with other methods than fine. I'm just not convinced that it's easy replaceable. Do that petit pt components. And also these interesting things that but all the things that influence strength emotion and have desk had guests a lot with that. Try to narrow musk or well. There's a lot of a reflexive. it's trending right now with the reflexive methods are our pr. I believe in this Chris core fists and how stuff and they're basically showing that if you just manipulate these small things your range of motion changes by that and just by warming up the body itself. Your range of motion improves so interesting. Also that r range of motion exercise actually just functioning because you're increasing heat in the muscle so These kinds of discussions are very relevant and will be nice to pay more in the future but yeah in You were asking about the fast call components and sprinting versus isolated work. Yes yes so. Animals studies also seem to support this. Where were doing sprinting. That there's these What we're trying to do with the facile testing is as you probably know the sarker mir number in in series. We're trying to increase thoughts. Or maybe even increase with specific length of sark. Amir don't really know what's happening. So that's why it's indirectly by asoka length measuring and It's an interesting one. Where in one animal study using the guinea pigeons. I can't remember how it went. S- where they had them a broaden one control group on another one did basically these hurdles types of spence. they then did cadavers. Unfortunately they had to kill the birds and So sorry that was a bummer a blitz on yet we got Clear evidence from the cadavers. That the sprinting group had much longer fast links afterwards and i and This has now been the something of interest also by german. Good shaw Study last year where there was changes substantial changes impractical from sprint program. And to some extent more. I think even than the nordic group and again we need replication studies from for this kind of stuff is it's difficult to measure pasco length accurately with the equipment. We have these days. Because the hamstrings are quite a complex with three dimensional. So there's rotation of basketball so it's different difficult to control for this with two or sound but There there is a huge discussion base..

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"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"That support the idea that you can watch the thigh or knee Movement and you can kind of it can be associated with bells their pelvic position. And actually if you look at this answer. Public tilts studied the famous one by schumer's that allen two thousand seventeen. They have a picture Picture of the three kinetics on what you can see is. It's very you know it looks like this kick back. Mechanism is taking place in this athlete with a more pronounced terephthalic tilts. So it's very interesting if there is some connection here than that and a lot of anecdotes by different coaches and some study by mechanical studies. Support the evidence guided the has faced validity. At least where you could be value just quickly looking at how their thighs are moving in Play in diff- predictive of injury and wanted to take a break for the show and briefly share with you. The difference that performance herbalism can make you several years ago. I had logan. Christopher ceo of empire herbs on the show to talk about hypnosis and mental training for athletes. We'll talk to him. I realized he also had an herbalism company so shortly thereafter i use the phoenix formula. Which was my first product. I bought from them. I had great results with it not only increasing and decreasing my need for coffee and caffeine. But i also noticed that it was making an impact on my lips and my weight room numbers. I was having a great training experience shortly. Thereafter also got into the chilean resin as well as other herbs and i don't look at supplementation the same way. I'm a strong believer. In what logan and his company are doing in looking for a natural resource to boost human performance. If you want to check out the herbs that i use personally from lost empire herbs you can head to. www dot lost up or dot com slash. Just fly there. You can get fifteen percent off your order. And they offer a three hundred sixty five day money back guarantee definitely check them out. Let's get back to the show. The the the kickback into indicating the out of the tilt and stuff like that i can. I could definitely see that. And we just had a podcast with joe reinhardt and andrew cormier and they were talking about how women's field hockey players when they have rarely running the stick in front of you or cam. Johnson talked about his new med ball. Nippon shrines you hold him edbon for you. Basically when you're running in there saying in front of you mentioned those skills in that game would exhibit better. you know. They wouldn't have that backside back kicking mechanic as much because it's almost like they have a sensation in the weight in front to bring everything back around and probably helped that corbett stacked up for someone who might not be so good at that. So it's interesting. It'd be interesting to look at like It you'll hamstring injury and field hockey perhaps to versus a different sport where the norm is not to have is to be in a different position on account of what you're running with. I mean i'm sure when you run. It might be different but maybe interested just an interesting thought that popped in my head to check crosscheck across sports where you might be holding something in your hands versus where you're not. It's an interesting point.

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"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"From the sense of like north hamstrings would be the typical like. Oh if you can do nordics then your strong in the post your chain and i mean part of that might be too like some people at arch their back more for or cam string so i definitely agree with you there like the because what is strongly if i am doing a squat and i or even a split squat and i lift more weight but i'm really arching my back to do it or i'm not created giving myself a lot of joint variability where i don't have a lot of movement options. I imagined that yes weight was lifted. But how effective is that strengthen carrying over to a running on the field in different directions. Where i'm going to be called to have more joint variability because i have to make some shifts or various things so i like that idea of that from that standpoint the strengthened the technique. How might that fit with a nordic hamstring. Or post your chain or rumanian. Straight lake dead lifts or anything like that. How would how would we factor in looking at more quote unquote specific hamstring. Strength work into that. It's dan really good question. I i typically think of it now is those exercises as although they can influence in some individuals inter muscular coordination their intramuscular. And therefore it's smart to try to use your time efficiently where you're trying to stack different stimulus together. So let's say hamstrings wise as there's it's a to joint muscle. Could i use exercises. Also that stimulates both the hip and knee at the same time so i'm stacking using my time efficiently wears a nordics which i will I don't want to give the image that i would you not use them as be. We do use them. It's in our research protocol for a hamstring injury risk reduction. I just wanted to give it as an example where although you could argue from many benefits on its tons of research supporting it. There is really the knee lectures. There are so but even the nordic group going emphasize any point that you only should use the nordic. that's already. I think quite established but it's good to try to think of an infamous gross stimulate that takes into consideration or the muscle groups. That support the hamstrings. How our the muscle tendon units and the hamstring heads themselves so different tasks as we know different exercises stimulate. The maybe the biceps long head to mars long differently than the semi noses and native and from a different region of the muscles. So but these kind of things. I think are good to.

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"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"But they had active passive and pianist stretches so there was some versatility from that perspective on what they showed. Is that the changes. They managed to elicit changes in range. Emotion that correspondent to changes in the sprint cycle. That there was less strain. Okay and this took place in both groups that i should emphasize that this also basic strength group so a strength training also can improve but We there's less Let's say a strength training is more fatiguing so this is good news where you can do less fatiguing training and it can elicit potential to change. That was johann latino. You're listening to the just fly performance. Podcast today's.

"lahti" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

The Kame House Podcast

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"lahti" Discussed on The Kame House Podcast

"Hand on down her and i'm looking at this guy right here. I i was blowing. And i was like gang style. He's lined by like read the wheel and i'm linking him and i'm just like muscled days and she just screaming. Se calmed down calmed down. Stop screaming relax. Let you about these this right here. This something i got. I got this. Don't even worry about it. My driving skills in the ice remembering wanted when angelina jolie shaggy. They're doing the car and she spun around and caught him adore. That's me that's me on the ice you hear me. That's me on ice. Ever since i was driving down thirty and it was icy outside and spun around the circle. I said oh you'll never find me again like house like girl you okay you already lou. We find in the car on. The sides started role pad said we stopping. We are right. It was driving down. We've quiet and i was looking at the corner. Maya putin's room would you. What would you screen it. Mitch would've i did. I had a lousy mammoth. Both of us screamed. I would've crashed your sheet. You wouldn't have got paid for 'cause. I'm not insured a yo title. What would you dude was brought us so scared to drive a muslim. because it's so scary movie. It's subscribership scurry. Like brenda from scare moves. Missile scurry she. But you hit it like if this had you. Don't go home into the sun. come matter of fact don't go home until may produce that was my venture but we got them for us. We got them flipping burgers and when we got back. She said you every you did a shelter days. That'd be mad. He was trippy. Podesta's have we gotten our weeks out the way we're kind of news we get not a mother fucking thing now Plenty i'm not gonna lahti l listen. A lot of stuff happened last week. I really haven't been Clock in for new like that. Just art social media. Yeah just to give you guys a heads up now really a tan jim but a tangent coming houses were working on some things so Be on the lookout for the ship. Were about the drop. It's a lot where we're working on a lot so I just can't really tell you one thing in mind but yet i really haven't been Watching a lot of now watching catching up with the news. Since you know we are here trying to look like a number one stunners. No hot boys but I do wanna talk about a couple of things. so this high rise invasion. That's on A netflix watching it here. You watch a net so quick synopsis for anybody who doesn't know about high rise invasion it is a net flicks series. I don't know how many episodes it is but it's about a high school student. Yeary honjo am i saying. Now right let me see honjo cool. Yay yeary han. Han jo Finds herself lost in an abnormal space where countless skyscrapers are connected by suspension suspension. Bridges in masked figures am they slaughter They're confused and fleeting victims to survive this hellish world. She has two choices. Kill the masked figures mask figures. Excuse me or be killed. Yeary is determined to survive in order to destroy this irrational world but what will be her ultimate fate. That's high-rising invasion so. I'm a check that out. I didn't recognize it. Until i found out what the name was. I i see this mangala place. It's called tengku shoop. Tengku van Area now i do not read it but it is by the same author who created agent item. The one about About the immoral boys Okay I may give this one a shot especially since it's completed and a lot of people seem to like the anime so far but for some reason it always is like avoided. My i may give the first episode of shot and then go back to the manga fix. I've seen a couple of I've seen the trailer a senior trailer around the we wide web. So i'm probably give it a shot put. What's that other one it. What's the other one that's out. It's the one that is out that everyone keep talks about Jobless reincarnation have you have you watched Meshu meshu ten. Say jobless reincarnation. It's just it's an easy high but a lot of people say it's good equality but there's a of guys out and i'm not a huge fan of so many. Yeah we'll guess was good sly key. I'm catching up on that. So good catching up such good. I'm like how mike two-thirds suceeds one sloan is so good because any all know. Really about jobless reincarnation shout at us because i want to know is it good or not or is it just one of those. I can pass by this guy season. Esn does say Dm right. I'll be really happy when anchor does They have this little beta thing going gone. And i think though they have is set up to where you venture li like your listeners will be able to like since you questions or like. Send you some shit so. I'll be happy when i do that because i really do want to connect really do want to connect with y'all we do absolutely yeah bridge. That gap in ways. News got Avatar studios a those great so got about that Nickelodeon announced that the network is launching avatar studios a new division to create original content spanning spanning animated series and movies based off of the world of avatar. The last air bender The original creators in exclusive producers will lead the studio as co chief and creative. Fout look creative officers. Yeah so i'm kinda vic. I'm excited about that. See what heat. They're going to be Dropping for us in now my last bit of news. And then i'll bounce it over to y'all so net flicks their announced this upcoming anime. It's called godzilla singler point. Now it's four netflix's japan so hopefully the usually yeah season. They're probably bring it over to america. yes so hopefully. they'll bring it over. It looks it looks good. It looks pretty good was ac-.

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"lahti" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:45 min | 2 years ago

"lahti" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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South Korean Hotel Chain Opens Seattle Hotel Tomorrow

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

South Korean Hotel Chain Opens Seattle Hotel Tomorrow

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A powerful true story of love and survival

The Frankie Boyer Show

04:37 min | 4 years ago

A powerful true story of love and survival

"Welcome back in his Frankie Boyer and joining us now is Heather Morrison. This book is getting all my gosh. Heather, congratulations. You have written this magnificent international bestseller. It's the tattooist of offshoots. But it's based on a powerful true story of love and survival in. I mean. First of all, this this book was based on someone that you that you met tell us a little bit about the the story. And how it all came about? And how it unfolded for you? I'm at Lahti Stockard off when he was seven years of age, and it was just following the discipline. His wife. The wife who he made smells with concentration camp when you held her hand and tetris number onto haram. And look into here is and told me sixty years later, I knew that sick. And I could never love another. To me him. I got to meet him at the worst time this life. Starting the few months. I was with him. He kept telling me to hurry up in my story. Had you finish my book it because he wanted to be with Keita. Did he hadn't told me the full story at that point? I had worked out very quickly that I will sitting with living history. If I could just get through to him. And get the story that I would have this wonderful path of story to tell and then it happened. One day one of his dogs who always fetch with us while we were talking and he was starting tennis full for them. One of the dogs came up with tennis Boylan her mouth, and he reached down take it and she grabs him, and he gave her a smack not taking me the meetable and you out again, and she turned around and put her head on my lap. I took the tennis blood out of the house. I have on my shoulder, and she and bam. Bam fought for us and letty tuned to me, and my da my dog is like you, and like you you can tell my story. Wow. Now, I had him. Wow. So. He was a very likeable, man. And was able to get a lot of perks in and do things that most of the the people in in the concentration camps could not get away with and as someone who did the twos. For the new. Not snow tonight, and he didn't deny and my shy away from the fact that having a phenotype list, he was a privileged person. He was given his own room and block. Which way the run the people wouldn't having. But more importantly and having the vote he had he had freedom of movement around Becca now, and Auschwitz he could be Santini anywhere anytime and number he quoted numbering not issuing to number people. And so the book the other ways the tattoo protective Etta walked amongst them going to do his job. That gave him access to get from the girls. Brave. Brave girls smuggled houses, the building with all the money and jewels, and I would slip them money. He befriended local villages, and you know, that was one of the things that surprised me hearing his story. Villages came into beckon every day to work Monday to Friday nine to five just like I did. And. A two carat diamond. And I would bring him back less afraid in some stuff. The next day. From some American dollars. He could get some chocolates and he shit that around the camp. The freedom of movement privilege, personna NATO and his ability to help, and and he was able to survive, and and he was able to have this wonderful love affair. Yeah. Juliette each hometown.

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