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"Hey guys hey. This is quarantined. Special saw Corentin special party. He knows how many parts there will be a while they too will watch this. Show this to exactly just to see. This is just this season but the but no is coming off as much as I would say. Let's talk about. The rebels is reality and we have still colliding with this bad ass disease right now but it will pass. I just got a couple of calls just working from home and it's interesting because I talked to different people role globally so I get to talk to people from all different countries and so sometimes. I'm I'm just surprised sometimes about where people are at and this affects people differently like we all know but I just got off talking to a friend a colleague in Germany and man. Oh I was like we were meant to talk about something. We literally spent forty minutes just like having a session on just we can do it. You're okay how are you near Lezo? Stay strong friend you know. And it's like what if it is adjustment thing you say funny like sometimes you can from hiring more you think. Oh yeah cool. Welcome him APPEA- days but at least we know going back to work the next day or the next week that this feels a bit uncertain. Because it's like we would hold I four weeks and now it's more let me going to be twelve last. I think it's about adjustment of what I have to pick up my workplace. Actually because they are competing fixable. They know that people have children or other responsibilities. They know that this is a huge adjustment and people on some people aren't suited to working from home so they are retry it as much as possible to be flexible and because we are all the organization they have reverted funds to support people who live in college. Who are freelancers? Pay Their rent. Who you know what I mean so this to me. It feels like even this is really crap was going on. We tried to pull together to make people's experiences of this at least a bit better. Yeah that that makes me feel good. I think for me. It's just. It's kind of the ways that people things that people are afraid of that. I'm being very aware of and so for some people you know. They're afraid for their families. And so if you've got relatives in countries and so he's he's really touch me because you know he has a mom in Brazil and he's like you know the most the most hard done by people in those cultures in those countries. What what is it what? What about them when they can't get access to health care they can't give up a festive ones on the on the list when it comes to resources because they don't have the money and to book you talked about this last time the private health insurance and when it comes to work. I feel like the him. He's real kind of pain was coming from the uncertainty around work where the company's losing projects. I just talked to Marissa This afternoon as well and should she works for a Hedge Hedge Fund but I can investment bank That sponsors and she was talking to your best year mercer and she was just sharing how this company that specialize in Holidays High Holidays and they and they're like you know borrowed forty million to start their company or something crazy like that and they're projected earnings and revenue for this next month zero and so it's just alert these ways that people are just feeling fearful so job security is really a big one and he was just sharing their with great with you live in a country where yoga get unemployment. Belfair all you can kind of do this and that the government willing to do this but there are places where it's like often we ain't got nothing for you usual job. Good luck to you. So I was really found his pain so he's worried about his wishes USA heaviness to him about worried about so. I'm just trying to encourage him. And just you know just got my little car. Djing words of wisdom up there on a mile my back the back of me so when people see video just like you know just trying to put a few words out there and just keep encouraging. Yeah you know people that you've seen as really strong and you interact with them on a daily basis and they're like to see them so bun rable at this. Time is really humbling. I think it's humbling for them. People that I just was always like. Oh this is about us. But it's like they are afraid fearful and depressed and not necessary. Made the mostly weak enough. But you just see inside of you. I think this is the fact that this is also unprecedented. Like nobody knows how what when? And so you're right and then you start to realize the things that you rely on and I think that's what's really showing me when I'm not traffic on. Having compensate the panic the the most panic that the kind of conversations I'm having with people is all centered around yet security jobs e micro a lot of people who have very much safer kind of freelance space and very much kind of kind of doing what. I want to do creatively. All of a sudden they're like oh my gosh like really scary and I don't have security. How pay my rent and and and you know and people and I feel really privileged. Actually that I have a job that that is going to stand the test of time. Coding and it will still be there the end of this but even still like I ain't concerned because it gets the point where all of a sudden as well people are thinking. Okay what's the party's what are the core things that needs to focus on? What are the core moments core principles? There's a lot of the kind of added value rose in a business that was all of a sudden seem to feel like not like not important anymore. And so you can really get into like my my job boy. Am I gonNa Again? Same same shots. What was in? I'm big on my company like they've actually been so resilient and how they responded. I think they've been very good at kind of just know that you know we get. This is the day by day thing. This is not a this is what's happening. This week is literally day by day. They're kind of really opened the communication it has to be. I think you know. If I'm honest view might be disappointment. Has Been actually from the government. Not so much from workplaces. I think our work's been great. I think the government being so unsure and so I said the government Boris Johnson. Just not being clear in what he says like a delivery guys. I think you have. The trump does every day like a certain time he has his compasses which again are a shambles. I'm not even GONNA get too much into trying to bring too much negatively into this moment because I think everyone is in that space of worries what will stay there. But I do think that they they could do better with just reassuring people because I think that where there is so much uncertainty. You really do need leadership to lead. And they're just no. I'm just under sweeney disappointed so actually I found solace in looking at my community to lead an. I'm seeing great leaders papa elsewhere in terms of inspectors that. I wouldn't necessarily be looking for them. I E actually checking them of friends who are like how mental health care in this time. What are you doing to kind of? Stay Sane in these moments so small things that check in. Jovan everybody even APP site house. He couldn't if you guys have seen the housefly which is really cool. The instagram live moments. All suffer usually. I would not be my back like it's not my thing but it's actually been somewhere. I found a lot of kind of support salacious when people come and mega positively and like this fun through this also sharing some facts which is held. 'cause I'm really checking on friends and people. I know that else regardless of age that just because it can be quite isolating of course so thankful that MOMS in America view one and your family but yeah so a lot of my friends single or they or they could be partners but then if by themselves and yeah just checking it on them because people are. Social Butterfly is will they? You know they better if you're an extrovert shiver and you get your energy from people. That's really
"lezo" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Is anyone going to trust. Trust Iowa to lead the pack. I mean we talked to our colleague Lezo on the show on Monday about how there's already this momentum behind changing the primary reprocess not letting Iowa go first because it's not really representative of the rest of the country now that everyone saw them flipping coins and punting the results and having this APP APPs. SNAFU is it all but sure that I was going to be reexamined as the leader of this process. I think the party would be Just totally irresponsible. If they didn't right there were always good reasons to move Iowa out of the slot. It's absurd that a state that has such a white electorate in the Democratic Party which is incredibly incredibly diverse nationally. That you'd go first and Lee has good piece to that effect on. Vox Dot Com. But it's not just that the caucus system itself is Biased in predictable ways. So for example You have to show I don a Monday. What if you're a working parent who can't afford childcare? What if you're you're disabled? A lot of the facilities don't have good accessibility mechanisms. There are all sorts of reasons why this system is biased us towards a very small number of people but if Iowans are stubborn about this they should not have this much influence over the national political environments beyond. Just the you know obvious inconvenience to the candidates to the Democratic Party with these delays. I wonder just how bad this looks for our our democracy right now that the very first thing in this election got bungled. I mean especially recovering from an election where we have confirmed armed Russian interference in our presidential election. Yeah can't overstate how bad it is from that point of view..
"lezo" Discussed on Double Toasted
"The joker. uh-huh Jesus Christ store. Nobody has ever read the fucking killing joke. Car have ever heard. The joke is like give many versions of the stories is up a watch the PUCK and dark night. It hurt him give these stories about how he was abused. Are His wife left him. You know it's all the same fucking thing but somebody putting a movie where it was more dramatic and all of a sudden y'all holding Holding weight against this film for either doing too much or trying to do too much not doing enough is still look still fucking character that and they asked me by Batman it was in the fucking movie. He's in the Puck and movie is just A. It's A. It's an origin story. And they just brought in his dramatic elements because they would try hard to tell. You never tried to tell them more dramatic story probably different aesthetic to it. They they were trying to do adr dramatic retelling of the joker origin one of his many origins in this. It was not some if you see it in. That's fine but it was not meant for. It was not trying to make a big statement about anything political social social and by the way also was not it was not something where it was the trying to make the mentally. Ill look bad. Jesus the people what the fuck man I love. The movie accepted it for what it was. And even then when people say well you know what I didn't think any of those things they still ripped off. Martin Scorsese Lezo fucking blue tie phillips set a WanNa make more scorsese movie yet. He admits he's like I want to make my. I WANNA make my my taxi driver. I WANNA make my king comedy. He's very blatant about it. So fuck you man. If you read in the if you don't like the movie just say you don't like the movie I think that's fine. But if if you're against it because you'd had all these big expectations are you disappointed because you felt like it didn't go far enough with those lofty goals that is settled for self. That's Oh you or your propagating just false stuff about the film. Then yeah I that is on you. Yeah oh so happy to see this four Oscar nomination because because if you want to know the truth I said Man I think it deserves it came. I said I don't know if they're giving up but I think it's one of the best movies of the year and I said I know as controversial as it is. I stand by that okay. How many people get mad? I think it is definitely one of the best movies of the year and I said that in the beginning I'm not no. I'm not some fairweather fan. I didn't say that before. Now I'm just trying to be edgy. Thought from the very beginning because it was a brilliant film actually accepted it on his own terms. You Charlie It was really good Better than I expected. I didn't think I was GONNA like it at all but Yeah all around great movie I just I think the media is twisted and make it where. It's not not really agenda. Yeah that's what it is it is I know and no it is not trying to make people whether in cells are mentally ill is not trying to cause some uprise with these people who inspire on the latest ones what is man you got frisked for nothing twice. Let me put their narrative. And that's let me asked you say this is. This is all over the movie. The political statement. How how is it all over the movie that it should be held against? This never came out. Tell me show show me somewhere. We're taught billups. Anybody else said that they were trying to make a movie. That's a statement about a income inequality are trying trying to make a statement about insects are trying to make a statement about mental health. I try to make a statement about people just being lonely shunned from society. Show me where said that she were they did that. That was not the intention you can. You know. That's like that's like looking. Batman movie is same Batman Batman is a poster poster boy for mental illness. And what you can achieve you know if you if you if you actually take you in the right place. He's got a lot of money. You have built up a good body. You'll be fine all you love. Fascism to no response. My friend watched joker two days later. Boom he got hit by a truck coincidence. I think Jack Boycott Joker Yeah. How many movies every scene with the you know? That's like watching an X.. Men Movie and trying the whole against the movie that they didn't pry they represent racial inequality. Yeah you know. Because that's what people ask. What is a metaphor for you? Know civil the X.. Men was about racial inequality because the mutants being you know being seen as second class citizens going to fucking X.. Men movie and try to hold that against. Yeah well you know what I liked it but I just think they pushed the racial agenda enough. They didn't do it with that. Wait why yeah. I think that will be something that we'll see in the future you. I'm curious that's what's going to happen. I mean I'm not going against you man but tell me you says although the move tell me. Tell me where. They said they were trying to do that. It's the character that's just just going through that. It's not the movie that was trying to statement and we've seen that with that character in comics. So that's the thing that's like if you have an issue that the movie is doing that and I guess you have an issue with the comics. That did the to the character to. It's been a part of them forever. Yeah I mean I don't go against Podesta I'm not saying he's you know I mean like again like I think I've always said you. He could disliked the film. But I just don't like the idea of people saying that the film is causing all of these things or it's endorsing these things where it's like. I don't think it is now see. Here's somebody that has an opinion union. I have no problem with this. Opinion is troy gate bit to four. The movie simply seen he said The movie simply felt empty out side of Watkins performance me. The other characters didn't add to the story outside of servicing their place in the plot and it had the pattern of bad things happen. What did you say the pattern of bad things happens? He gets worse and repetitive matter and out to eat out out to each his own. Okay yeah no I mean no I can. I can even a agree with him to a certain extent like I wish that a lot of supporting characters had more to do in the film. That was one of my complaints when we did our other view for the for the movie that you know. I like the Bruce Wayne. Kirk snappers won the Thomas see more of him in like how Kikinda functioned the store but we only got a a little bit of a lot of the character's function as plot devices would have been one of my criticism to fill not to do with like propagation of politics saw anything like that or influencing in sales but not like thousand issue. I have the movie so we can agree on. That is my thing about that though. If you watch if you watch watch Watch taxi driver a again. You know none of these complaints were made about this movie when it came out. And none of it's made sense since Travis Bickel and he said he made the same move travis. Bickel if you've got to look at a joker. Even if the joke is ripping off taxi driver you gotTa hold the same. Something against taxi driver. Is that movie caused people to go out and be filled a right rage and go out and do things also on storytelling element Sybil. It was is a civil sheppard. She is not nothing but a plot device. Net movie You know she's not really that rich of character is again people. That's what I'm saying. There's a double standard for everything. Was something easy easy to pick apart. Then everybody can go in there and just tear it apart they can ravage it when you see another movie doing the same thing that's already been held as a classic a masterpiece not suppose they should about it at all even kind of doing some of the same things. And that's what bugs me about this man. Even when people talking about the taxi drivers he ripped off tags. Adrabbuh tax drivers almost doing the same thing man saying almost. Almost you know you've got you've got more rich carried a near like Jodi foster jerry wrong but this but this is not trying to be that level level of drama. This is a comic book movie. And I'm not saying we should not try to be you know bigger and better as far as films films go they should not aspire to be as we say cinema mhm but still something where they said. I think that was their goal. Came in we just taken a comic book character and just seeing what we can do by putting more in the real world saw man. I think Tom is Wayne was a great care to Niagara on more of him as my complaint. Thank you you you know Star Wars nine zero people ignore these these problems with these movies that are you know either. Well liked to have been given US monitor of being a classical classic.
"lezo" Discussed on DivaSpeaks
"Let them know warriors stories but anyway so yeah lady I guess I have covered most of what we want to talk about this evening and really jumped right into it. I know some of you are probably probably GonNa have a lot to say so I'm just GonNa give you. My email. Address is divas speaks official at G MAIL DOT COM. And if you're one of those females who share the opinions and the position of the poster which said any male that wants to lay out with you but not help you. He was not a man. Ron then feel free to reach out to me because I can do apart to an you can state your position on the show in your email if you give me the On her mission. I can read it on the show as a follow up show so I guess there is what I'm just saying. A man giving you money which is cool. You Atlanta with them which is cool. Let the sugar daddy or a situation ship. You said right but one of these days the boy is gonNA come to claim his ticket. He is going to come and be like okay. You know. He's GonNa probably probably be hard up. Whatever he's GonNa come by and you know? Then what have you WanNa give it to them. Then what the. You're not a woman that was cold Damian. We don't we don't hold nothing back. Okay I'm just saying I'm just saying because you're saying that you laid out with a man and a man and if you let it with a male and the male the want to help you with the bills. He's not a man what a man constantly giving you money like a sugar dab back. He's helping you out money. You know assured as you usually have to sleep with the Yes but some of them prefer not not too and and some of them will most. They'll give you money because the fact that they're all there you're younger anger and then they'll help you out. You know. But in their mind in the back of the head one day they will if this continues to happen for a long period of time one day they will come to claim their ticket. Yeah how about this lady is so I'm going to read it again because best MRI partner. And if you say no means you're not a woman uh-huh any male that wants to lay up with you but not hillview was not a man again that is what the poll Thad Dad. So how about we look at it like this. How about we look at it that any man that Lezo with you and not help you whether yeah yeah? Whether it's you know for a long period of time or you just met them whatever the case may be any man lays out with you would not help you is just that not into. You doesn't see a future in doesn't take you seriously or it just looks at you as a piece of me because there are a million ways we can look at this instead of attacking Parsons manhood because if you find yourself in a position and the man is in a position to help you or not if he doesn't take a request or your plea for help seriously he's not taking you series so that that's the issue that you know I guess with the rule of my you know my I don't know how I felt about the pulse laying up who's GonNa take you series of you just my I'm not look I'm just saying go go go enjoy. I'm blown over here by Gala House and I'll ah I'll be back in two in two hours or three hours. Whatever because he's just commuters lane up combined boom Bombonera and maybe the twenty twenty dollars towards your built electric bill legend? Bill I mean in should be the I you know and and what would be so sad is the guy that refuses to help you. Why he's laying up with you yet in studio? He's got enough money to take the woman that he's actually interested in. Dan Sees a future. Where on a lab stay to a nice dinner or he's planning or just saving his money just for because he can? I mean mean there are so many different angles weaken ride with a outside of you know attack in someone's manhood sell. I think we have to wrap this up. I have thoroughly enjoyed doing this. PODCAST that would really love if you consider coming back and Letting me pick your brain because you guys probably don't know you would have no way of no one. LSU Won a somewhat from his past doc in my podcast but how we used to be a Latin rock star so you could. Easily confused accused him back in the day with L. D. Bars. Your video taste guys taste. I grew up with hip hop. Yes I was part of the HIP hop movement in New York. It's crazy legs and Robuchon of that and then I got into the rock stuff. Yes so yes Ogden on the Latin Rockstar. So so he's been around the block a few times. Which is the reason why I felt? He was a credible source. When you extremely handsome and you know he had his pick of the litter I'm pretty sure he's been guilty of some of the offenses we've talked about off seen it. I've I've seen with the band members of C. I seen a lot of crazy stuff. Yes bucknell which is all the more reason that we as female should be way more careful and who we give our bodies to who we allocate some of our time to and who we confide in As far as when things are we're going Not so well. You know with meeting help so again I was about to wrap up. I want to thank you for tuning into diva speaks. Speaks podcast be sure to tell a friend. Show the podcast in the episode that you would like with your friends and family and Dan until the next time this is N. Gala your hosted signed off with my incredibly sexy Dominican. Poppy the diva has spoken..
"lezo" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Makes them blood relatives remains under these names that's what I want live action movies are they are they are not the same with but the live action right those people interest amber okay died has for oh my gosh for doesn't celebrate Christmas he does why not he's Christian Casper the Christian goes comics they are for the holy day castles haunting Christmas it seems there's a lot at origin stories it's like it's like well they probably all died of like the pox or something like all three of the boys died ver- disease yeah original names were Fatso yes I remember this Fusco also and laze Lezo for being lazy and fat so was the leader second one's name I saw so far so stretches he makes a fuss you know what I see a stretch might be the hottest one I don't need a stretch in my life he's in charge I don't know my face and I don't need that energy so bloodshot eyes are so bloodshot because he's fucking sounded needs I don't need him you don't like him no he's just he's he's he's like he's like sunk in yet no here's yeah he's sunk in I didn't hate them as much as I did when I first saw them Hey sorta kid up gary shaded how stupid they were actually my I think the funniest moment in the movie for me is when it like hard copy and episode of Hard Copy founded and helping goes crossover and she says something like an accompanied by his loner daughter hard after really hard word how many by his loner daughter hat short for Catherine I want you to get exposition attacking style and they're like he's been making his way around the United States dragging along his loner daughter cat the whole time I think why don't you on you on the dollar loan honor money I'd like to see the cat and dad show like that would be a a show I'd wide net flicks that was released back into dynamic affectionate with him and I like the euro sound like their relations he treated daughter I liked that they're both really shoot also put up with a lot because he was a man child yes I mean he was in the way that he was like dragging her all around just like also like absent minded yeah it was just kind of like I don't know there's these ghosts here I don't it's like it's like she was taking care of him one hundred percent yeah even when Lasser yeah able when she it's like I'm going to go find my room he was just like good night yes like well you get rid of these cobwebs I also implanted a memory the death not being a good attendance spiraling implanted a scene in the movie that I wasn't actually there that was done cleaning Y so yeah and I was offscreen eveing that the whole movie to see someone did she ever tell her dad they were having that party the end she she says to the Cape like he went through the roof but yeah it's fine I was like has she told him yeah or is she making that up I don't think she just not as seen of her that's it she says it in a very like I'm gonNA hide this in some dialogue does she way I think so I think she's like did I think owner no no she doesn't she tells them she wants to go on a date yeah I mean but he seems like the kind of data that would be like yeah whatever sweetie yeah right you know very absent minded but that is weird that I never he likes the moment when she goes I found your so card and he said Oh where was it she goes in your wallet I like that too like does kid wasn't lost it all she's like oh I tripped over your visa card it was crazy yeah was that I liked her saying that I also liked when he was carrying on all those big boxes I appreciate it how strong he was I don't remember that when she's like she Jon Rahm to the credits after seeing we're will return lower in the boxes so when he he she's just bedroom and he's carrying all these boxes and he comes up and in here and he's like Oh okay and it's all her stuff he's big boxes and he's just he just looks strong and like a like a good yeah he's strong as I know wife no problem no like if once now that he's not as loader yeah he's going to be just fine the total fixer upper yes that's what you want in the past over you WanNa fix up yeah wow yeah why was he so hot the hair something oh I don't know it was just this the way while you were sleeping I don't know if you guys ever uh when he caught my eye he caught my space he's young likes baseball Roy good he's like just this guy that's just there and and he's just Kinda doing his thing and confident though in sincere like yeah and light on his feet really light on he's he's like somehow everyday joe but with a hint of mystery of quiet power then member when he was in like the ring and he was terrifying because he was older knowing what drain remember that yeah it was the ring of the ring into it was he was at he was in Japan Bill pullman man yes I have trouble believing this look it up this is true this is true we what he was in the ring I am just not so he's the Hans Solo character came go pullman always looking ring the grudge a grudge that's what I meant that Michelle correct that was pretty good movie right is in the scary got that chunky ivory sweater on that was like take your remember the grudge scares sounded like mad in House that Sarah Michelle scholar moves into in Japan I believe see I knew he was in Japan you were right he is in Japan he's like sort of scary I mean I don't know I don't remember whomever I imagine he so here's kind of scary just because he's older he's like behind some plants that's a good head of hair no good that's what I'm they know there was like a part where maybe I was just seeing him you know twenty years later your service is it a little pudgier are they in a romantic relationship I don't remember Igby goes down women that to say that I remember him he's creepy in that just because he's I don't like their bill pullman I like young life but you know even in Casper I looked purpose age he was forty one really dot must be why is there is that crucial ten years yeah where you go looking like you're thirty two all of a sudden you're fifty Yeah I wonder how old Mel Gibson wasn't forever young because that was I love guys that looked at eight thirty at thirty two maybe no way to bet how old do you think he was I'm going to say like forty two okay so I mean every I evoke very hard and forever young in forever young I've never seen I've never seen a movie star be such a movie star Okay Okay so that was in one thousand nine hundred glowing in you've seen that movie Amanda I don't think I have a man so girl me as a cowboy thing no he he legal of your forties and his wife tragically dies in a car accident or she gets hip she gets hit by a car and she's in a coma he's like put me in cry Oh freeze wake me up issues adventure who does this Kreil freeze thing in encino man yes yeah but it's Syria but then Elijah Wood wakes up by accident because he's forgotten in this warehouse and he goes and lives with Elijah Wood and his single mom Jamie Lee Curtis amy and Jamie Lee Oh at that time is it a romance him and Jamie Lee there's he's educated to his wife but there's some flirting with him ally anything but I just wanted like that it's like the best okay how old do we think he is in this movie forty two I'll say thirty five just to purchase the eight thirty I know anything that look like between what we said so we're all right in a way I've never seen a thirty six year old who looks like a forty two year old girl you're just you're confused because when you saw just thought he was old but he's knowledge it was just the right age when I saw thirty six is a pretty hot h I didn't think very hot in the lethal weapon movies but as a child like Mel Gibson and forever young yes you know what it is to Billie holiday the very thought of you admire to watch romantic we need to do and you need to say wow very much better it's just like here's ranked right around Ferrari Com just romance I got to see it yeah time of romance movies too like a lot of those came out during that time ninety two the early nineties just the nineties member a long time ago God start longtime ago yeah I don't know what ten years Lhasa the notebook I think was the last romance any of those Nicholas he's now that I want to see yeah no not since the notebook for me anyway I liked the notebook and titanic totally everyone needs to tell a joke why not the thing everyone needs to embody of yeah because of these imperviousness tweeted us let us know if there are any recent like really Adeline is what the V. With Colle- see where she helped the guy that's why he's out time travelers though her sweet ending Yeah Love Simon is that comedy though Kinda that's GonNa teen comedy Ish I think it's fair to say that there is a gap in the yeah no one failed again yes meets the notebook yeah she's kind of dying throughout two.
"lezo" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"lezo" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"Town near Joshua tree now. Listen, it takes me back. Always coming here. It was lovely to come loss. Time onto lighted few that you is a theater. You've sold outs in Chicago, like a hall was it. What three hundred five hundred two hundred berlitz no wants to do the. Same self people like Aaron chomosomes because I think people love live stuff. They can come to unimaginable fighters on stage and people telling stories and I think it's lovely to do those kind of because we often find ourselves in, in rooms like this is a beautiful little recording studio. Will we find ourselves in front of a poster speaking to people one on one or in a media room or in the fight event, but it's quite nice to disseminates and have the nerves in front of a live audience? And it'll be great fun. Funeral go very, very well ninety it will just to correct you one thing. Yes, I have covered Special Olympics Paralympics do a lot of okay. I'm going to my eighth Paralympic game some games in Tokyo in twenty twenty but but Special Olympics is tends to be more down syndrome. Okay. But, but Paralympics courses five different disability groups with blind oval cited, or partially sighted, Lezo Tra we'll. Chair amputee, okay. Remember the other one right now. All right. What if we can think of what it is cerebral palsy? Okay. Well, I apologize nothing. I'm use an amazing introduction. Thank you. Great to be here. Well, you and I are all Powells, and we, we rattled forty five minutes where even started this that would have made a. You save for the show because I don't wanna waste a good stuff, but you were made for a medium like this, your voice. Your demeanor, your delivery Johnson poetry. You got something out brief candle. We don't check this today. Let's have a bit of. What about the Jabba Wilkie at Brigham sly, the toes did guy at gambling the wave all the snow Loza, and they fan boys will be getting bored by mile my poetry voice by now. But no. But the thing is, I it's lovely listen podcasting as you say ferry false growing. Everyone's got their phones. Stuck in the is, when that traveling now, people like to use that time to travel people to read a newspaper or novel didn't they on their way to work to the gym while they're in their own private worlds, and a lot of spend time now when the back of a cab for forty minutes on an aeroplane people love things that they can connect with wired connection as human beings, as why we love fighters because they're extraordinarily wire. And we like to see that wiring. We get to see in public. And that's why I think, you know, the, the old yo the hour will medium is so vault and so growing listen. The first noise that noise that was ever made by man was the scream. I am an you know who doesn't love birds, sung in the morning, you know, that podcasting think will be a no must vote casting. Podcasting will be enormous as we go on what brings you back to New York, I'm here for a big fights at Madison Square Garden on Saturday night, Antony Joshua, they British heavyweight who is undefeated in twenty two fights defending the IBF WBAI in WBO heavyweight titles against Mexican American from embarrassed near Mexicali on the Mexican border and Reid junior junior is, is a late replacement for guy, cultural Miller who's from just over the river here last time you're on the knee was just broke. That's right. He tested postive separate tests for some really heinous drugs peo-. And stuff like that. You know, which really really bad trucks, that you how Jackie away for. Well, no, he wasn't. He wasn't licensed at the time, which he's got away with a lotta. But if so just foolish, you know, to do that until CNC Josiah's headlining his American debut. They want to know if he can conquer the, the US of the cigar members, hold eighteen thousand nine hundred ninety four times in a row stadiums in Cardiff, and London is a huge star in the UK. But Kenny break into this very crowded US market with sports entertainment, film, ole the all the music here. It's very crowded environment..
"lezo" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Here's what I'm I I agree with you. So like, I think for a normal team and the warriors are not normal normal team, you need everybody to win the champions for you need everyone. They heat needed a Mike Miller game the Mavs needed a page of Stoyanovich game you need everybody. The warriors got cousins because of what will a because it was available and be because of what happened in the Houston series. Yeah. When the rockets switched everything now, they're not even switching everything anymore. But they switched everything. And the warriors for about two and a half games bogged down played Houston's game. Kevin durant? Mr. an unusual number of mid-range shots that frankly, it's Kevin Durant. That's why he's under team is to take those shots. Like, he missed an isolation. Three minutes left. Last night, and you and I could hear the warriors towards this is not how he played like when he had said three against Cleveland. Everyone's got this is This not. is not this isn't fair that they have this. So they got cousins they okay, your switch everything against us. That means like air, Gordon is going to be on DeMarcus cousins point we're going to post up. Now, they can't do that. That's not that interesting to me because I think they probably could have won that series. Even without that little four minutes of DeMarcus cousins, bullying guys, but it's a little bit interesting. What's interesting to me is they had settled into a rotation. So since Katie got there, the whole the only drama that we can manufacture about them other than his free agency is well, okay. Should they play? Stephan Katy together a lot and then have them on the bench together a lot. Should they stagger them and Steve goes back and forth in when they're not staggering them. The stagger. People are like they've got to stagger themselves one on the floor at all times. And this and that show, and they had found a nice middle ground. I thought where they would sit together, but for shorter period of time than they would it had it would have been like full on playing together. So they had they had this. Nice little Katie would come out with like. Three minutes. Two minutes left in the first quarter. Steph Lezo quarter second quarter. They're both on the bench. And they had Quinn cook, Shaun Livingston Klay Thompson, so one of the starters, Andre honorary starter and boogie. So a small Andres powerful bookies center that lineup it kind of settled in. That's our bench lineup, and they would either play through clay or a lot playthrough cousins. Well, that's gone now. And so I'm just curious sort of what that does to is clay enough does one of Steph or Katie come on the floor there in and do we go back to a full stagger?.
"lezo" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"That's as gross to me, y'all got it. If not. When you look at his legal cases when you look at his legal cases. It's it's disingenuous at best. He's doing the estate like I said the estate and the companies of Michael Jackson. They even go so far as to say, Michael Jack, m JJ production and empty J. Ventures are the most sophisticated public and child sex abuse procurement and facilitation organizations in the world and call Norma cycles, Michael Jackson's assistance at a time a Madam or procure of sexual child abuse victims, so. This is at at this point is when I kinda reached my end with maybe their tones Ruth. Because they're they're they're in this litigation. And when you start digging into the litigation and understanding the language of the litigation. You understand why they're kind of saying the things that they're saying now now, it's either causes a not now detail right here. In order to acquiesce to the lawsuits qualifications. You have to imply that the companies he owned in the in the people around him were implicit in the acts of sexual abuse. And when you listen to the language that they said, they said, I wasn't aware at the time. I wasn't able I I didn't know it was sexually abused. I thought it was they that's the kind of language that they're using. And that's exactly the kind of language that is necessary for successful at Gatien in this case, it could be no the way or a statue of limitations would be out. Now. That's either an extreme coincidence or. It just so happened that their time of events played out and the laws were written in their favor. I mean, you could be you could be the judge of that. But it's it's definitely interesting. Another point of contention is in two thousand sixteen deposition. No, he wrote himself in some of his notes, which is extremely. Pathological in the first place. Why would you write this? He wrote my store of abuse affects will make me relatable slash relevant. Quote is time for me to get my. One. I don't know why you write down on paper. To when he was asked. What did you mean by that in his deposition? He said, I don't know. I don't know what I mean by that which is a Crocker shit. If you ask me. These little things start to build up, and it just it. Just the character. Credibility starts to dwindle for me. And you kind of see in in in places where he actually lied. We could actually say he lied not just earlier when he was defending Michael Jackson. But also when during during litigation during litigation he says that he part of it says he did he was unaware that. Michael Jackson had an estate for him to be liable. Yeah. For him to be. Stored coming in at the right time. Eligible for him to be eligible to sue the Michael Jackson estate. He had he had to be unbeknownst to him that Michael Jackson had in the state. And so that's what he stated in his lawsuit in two thousand thirteen in two thousand eleven though he wrote an Email to the Michael Jackson state trying to get trying to trying to direct the circus or Lezo for Michael Jackson and the last paragraph. He said, why should I believe that? This job is not going to be too much for me. Because of all that I learned through this process, directing a film was completely new round that I ended up not being ready for but the dancing, dancing and choreography is what I have done my entire life. And I now know how to do this. And there are very few subjects I know more than Michael Jackson right before that he said, I am passionate passionate to do show..
"lezo" Discussed on The View
"Relieve the white one of my favorite shows the marvelous MRs Lezo, how many of you watched the marvelous MRs basil show. Now that many to do now there right now he's starring in the new blockbusters Zam as a fourteen year old boy in a heroes body. Who hasn't quite got the hang of it yet watch this. How did we do this just just like super minute? Obviously you have to jump. How was obvious? Okay. Try to believe that you can fly. Okay. Okay. I believe I li-. I believe. I believe. Zachary levi. Take for yourself. Oh, no. Double took all of the hard knocks. But it, but. You haven't. I tried to do as many of the stunts. They let me do because that's the fun part. You know, doing comedy or doing anything, you just pretending real life. We get to live with time. But you don't get the fly all the time. So. Tissue. Samples talk about the moblised MRs to delightful nuts. Playing a nice to talk to Dr do that. Yeah. Yeah. His doctor Benjamin at bargain. I was so grateful that Amy Sherman palladino and her husband, Dan, who are the genius behind the show and really just everyone who brings that together. They're they're so excellent just deserving all of the hardware that they're winning. But they saw me in. She loves me on Broadway. And that's what led them to saying. Hey, we'd like for you to complete this part. And I was already a fan of the show and Rachel Brosnahan is like she's a dream and incredible scene partner as Alex foreseen and Tony shalhoub everybody just incredible playing interest. I do. So what about the third sees? I don't know. Joe? Wouldn't you like? Honestly, she's aim has been my whole life right now. And so grateful for that. And keeping me very busy going all over the world and talking about how much I love this movie. Thank you. One of the things. You say you admit to being a man child. Sure, you can identify married one. You do not grow out of it ever. But so that allowed you to tap into playing a fourteen year old who's an adult one hundred. I have resisted growing up in many areas of my life, and those of all finally paid off really. But I do think, you know, I think it's important, obviously, we need to always embrace the responsibility that comes with becoming an adult these very important things. But to never lose sight of. The imagination that you have on your kid when you believe that the floor is lava, and you jump from couch to couch, and you know, when I was. I genuinely always wanted to be a superhero. And now, I'm living my dreams doing it. With all the enthusiasm in the movie literally is just going to do this. Hired as those idiots. So. Well deserved. Thank you very much. I appreciate that. Tell you. Go ahead. Okay. Sorry. Sam is one of the superhero movies that actually doesn't take it self too seriously. And I was actually surprised by this quote that you feel sorry for actors who have to play brooding characters like Batman because batmans very proving. I feel not that. I don't feel sorry that they get to play. Batman. That's dope. Job. I feel sorry for them knowing not that I know them personally. But I can imagine the Christian bale was probably Superstock to that. He got to be Batman..
"lezo" Discussed on KTRH
"Nine nine zero. Three. Welcome back to coast to coast AM, our guest tonight Isaac Arthur, and we are discussing Arthur's research that he has got in his video series over at science and future ISM, and the links for everything is Arthur are over at coast to coast AM, and you need to go and check it out. It's nothing like taking notes and getting your learn on Isaac. We were discussing right before the break, the need to leave the planet mega structures and Dyson spheres all kind of interconnected, certainly in your world to and if we decided not to leave the planet for whatever reason population decrease our resources were brought under control, and and we just decided not to do that is ET also in that same position in that. That's where maybe the Fermi paradox could come into play where they just don't wanna be bothered. Shall we say, that's we don't know what the answer the phone. We paradoxes of course yet. And we ought to have these filters that might be what causes than less common and one of the ones that get suggested is that we have many filters behind us. But we still have some fun, and one might be that just turns out that interstellar space travel is just not something that is possible a practical until we actually have fatal some walking colonies out. They all own wanting to stall we really can't safe Shaw. It might turn out that it's quite possible. But we just don't really want to do it too. Just because you can call an is doesn't mean do. Although I think that we probably will at some point. So lots of exploration we've done and we've never backed away from challenges. So I think that we would and I would tend to think of need species that had developed while technology would too and then the breaking news last year, which I covered sort of you know, it's still in the news is tabby star. K I see a four six twenty eight fifty two I've got it memorized. Raised right? That got to be pretty exciting. And I don't think the story has quite died yet. We haven't really solved it. But it certainly strongly suggested a mega structure, and that's what the news was reporting it as the possibility of an alien mega structure. What did you think? When the news first broke up. But I I taught it, and I always tend to look at these things and say, especially from our standpoint discussing mega structuralist, if this wasn't a structural what sort of make a structural could it be. And none of the ones we normally what discuss really fit the Markle too. Well, which doesn't really mean too much go back and ask NGOs invo. What a skyscraper is distance. They probably gonna guess. So we don't know what format they might be building towards. But in fitting, the ones we normally say, and there have been quite a few suggestions for what it might be from an actual standpoint. But it's just one of those examples of things. That you know, we really need to get about look at and the next show telescopes. Well, hopefully, I'll tell us a lot more about objects that we find these anomalies, but we all constantly finding these kind of anomalies, and we learn something new and different about each one. But tabby stall is is, you know, whether it's a natural source or something more official and a high tend to tilt toward the formal. It's gonna tell us a lot more about the universe around us. Years ago, not not well, not terribly long ago. But fifteen years ago, we had an excellent planet count of one. Yeah. Right. Six thousand yet. Right. He had today. It's a it's over four thousand officially logged in another nine thousand that are that are way that that are discovered but haven't been given cab logs yet. But that's the that's where we're at today. And now in the last few years, certainly since you started your presentations now, the general understanding of our Milky Way is that we don't have ten planets out there. We don't have twenty. But that we have one hundred billion a hundred billion planets in our Milky Way. Now, it's an exciting. It's an exciting time to be an astrophysicist. Absolutely. Well, it's been exciting time since we invented the telescope. But these all great times, we could see so much more. We really big telescopes. A hundred billion plants is probably an underestimate that might be how many all installs. That all reasonably like vote and close enough. This Adele and son that they'd be warm enough to have live. But there's you know, probably going to be planning on almost every stall. And I would not be surprised we've Kellogg trillions of of plants just off in Lotos zones. And then of course, you have all those dwarf plans to we'll probably find another one hundred. So that wasn't alone solar system of the small though, Neptune. Lloyd's, sure and the. The interview that I saw was a couple of weeks ago with an astronomer. He literally said if you want to go in find your own Exo planet, all you have to do is go to work for one night and you'll find one that's that's pretty nutty. It was this wasn't even a concept twenty years ago now, and it's it is just amazing how much easier what's gonna do though. Of course, they say that you do some decent hardware to do that. But you can you know, we'll finding high stopped a lot fifteen thousand you include the candidates, then be finding when almost every day. So that's right. Yeah. It's it's it's extraordinarily now to populate. Now. Let's let's go back to where we set this up with to populate the the Milky Way to go out and discover and to expand and to grow you have to you have to increase your population. You have to find those resources, but eventually. Really it's going to happen. Whether it's by us or by different civilizations. That are out there. There could be millions of civilizations. We don't know or there could be one or two. But if it started how rapidly would our Milky Way, get overtaken. Probably about a million years tops. I if you're limited to light speed and probably only factionalized point say ten percent of light speed. You can still colonized tile galaxy in a million years sounds like a lot of time to us, and it certainly isn't a short time, but compared to the age that galaxy it's it's about a second to the course of a day. So it takes a little time to colonize a galaxy assuming you have the technology expansion for it. And we would also have to be to see something like this is it would have to be at the right place at the right time in that. We have only been observing our Milky Way as it is right now. I guess a sense Edwin Hubble, I guess if we go back, you know, nineteen Twenty-three nineteen twenty five so in a very very short window. We would have to be at the right place at the right time to see this occupation happen. Well, you'd have to be there. What was going on? But taking place it's sort of like, you know, seventy eighty thousand years ago. I can't remember that Ashley was they hypothesize. But they said it will only maybe a few hundred humans left. Don't quote me on that number and yet now the whole plan is for. If you're looking at now for people with very fine them. But in those days, they'll be very hard to find. So if somebody gotten a head start on us, you know, we would have any problems finding them and that kind of context, so it does depend on you know, who showed up forest how fast they expanding and how how many such civilizations exist? Is it just a few is that many poll? Galaxy is it only one post super quaestor? You know, we just don't know yet in terms of the distribution with a SETI because we have to know what to look for. And is said he doing the right thing. I mean, what what do we need to see what is it that we need to look for when we're looking for this expansion of the universe into the Milky Way. I wouldn't say it's really a thing. What city aims do is what it can. And you look for the lowest hanging food force, which is to look for those radio signals, but you know, the real estate about this. We don't know that anybody would necessarily be using radio signals or Omni directional radio singles, Michael online. Now, they might be you. Using something that was a point to point like a Lezo. But you're they're looking for what the candidates the second half of that kind of research, which is just looking for, you know, things like Dyson spheres all very lowest makeup structural or KC civilizations, which is a galaxy spanning one. And it's not that we're necessarily are going to be able to find those is that we have a method to look for them that way. And that's of course. So you look for what you can have a decent chance of finding. It may not be the best way to look, but it's the wants to vailable, and if we are out looking at you know, with hobble and we're starting to see galaxies disappear. Because that's one of the things that we would see if if Dyson spheres are being built around stars and blocking out the stars, and they take over a galaxy. Then that means the light from the galaxy would not be reaching us and technically the galaxy would start to disappear because it's being overtaken. Yes. And no, I for classic Tyson Swamy or just transfer the visible light and infrared waste heat. So you would be able to see that. And we'd be scanning for that. Of course, assumes they they're using the same. We all which I think are pretty solid a lot though, Atlantis we've only had two centuries. So somebody might find a walk around one day. In that case, you've got to see the galaxy cash slowly disappear. And if those kinds of civilizations that come into system. So why is it just swim out around the stalls and build massive collectors and habitats out each one? Then you'd actually be able to see these things disappear. And if they when you own galaxy you'd be wondering not who's living around those stalls, but what a stall was because you've never seen one day or two you had radio telescopes telescopes 'cause night guy would be black right, right? And the the other part of this is our son is extremely stable. Okay. We we've had a pretty good run met a pretty good ride with our son. And it's not the case. Even in our own Milky Way, where you've got a son that hasn't radically change in four or five ten billion years because that's what it takes to to develop to develop life. I now every style changes with time. Every one of them starts to warm up over time. You know, we always talk about how the sun will one day expanded to being a vagina, but it actually gets a little bit warmer. Each year goes up inviting us by one percent for one hundred million years. I don't I have to check that. It just gets a little bit warmer with time and actually have a pay for us as we are wondering why off would be habitable for a billion years ago because my cold based on sunlight, but we look out how old they are. And how much to give an off based on their mass. And we say, well, these ones are younger these ones auto to get more live all son is remarkably stable, no freakishly south, but really quite stable, and we have no way of knowing how common zone plants like. Alone. All at this time. We don't know how often you're going to get off my planet and one of those Jones, we don't know how many those stalls all stable enough, and what whatever stability we need. And we actually don't know that that you really need a off life partner out of various sunlight son to two host life. It might turn out to be a much easier than we think it is what my turn out that. We all right. If the underestimating how how easy it is for life to evolve to why is it that our universe? And when I say our universe. I firmly believe there are infinite universe's out there. We are just this is ours, but our universe with the big bang the way that it happened here. We have life. Things are created here. Right stars planets things elements gases photons electrons, everything it's it's just her fict- gravity was at the right spot at the right time the right numbers where we have life in this universe. But if it was just a fraction off if one of those numbers were off we could be a universal of just lifeless dust, right? Oh, definitely. This is what we called off the fine tuning concept in general. And and to be fair. We don't really know exactly how that ranges or that. They might not be other other islands of stability where you might get something akin to chemistry going on for different laws. You change of light a little bit changed the strength to grab a little bit. And and things were not walk as the light now, and especially can tell in most cases, they went to walk it, all you get chemistry. But that's how to say by now. And of course, the look at that. Odd. It's staggering based on on what numbers people produce baffled basic models. The odds are so huge that you have to look at and say, well, we could just be example. Well, we won the lottery because there was a vast number so number of universes and this just happens. You wanted to got life at all. Maybe this is the only universe, and we really lucked out possibly cyclic type of thing where you just keeps happy up expanding contracting or dying and getting a place until eventually you get one that walks with live off, of course, the other options potentially that was interesting which has many variations like well stimulation hypothesis all logical options, and we don't obviously have any way of no yet. We don't even have basic testable hypothesis while we'd find out what one we run the numbers. Like the numbers of us having to take a break here in sixty seconds. When a when we run the numbers Isaac numbers are numbers. That's it. And the odds are the number. Say possibilities are endless anything is possible. And right now, there is another planet out there identical to this one where there's a a graduate in physics host talking to a radio host without that never left elementary school talking about the universe and the possibility of life out there and their names are Isaac and Jimmy..
"lezo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Next weekend. Matthew Lezo without report now, sharks are not necessarily the most loved of creatures and shark attacks on humans have done little to increase their popularity but one animal charities taking on the Australian authorities to try and save more of them. The humane society international is challenging a shock control program. That's been in place in the state of Queensland. Finally, sixty years lines are used throughout the Great Barrier. Reef these it used to catch sharks on hooks where they either drown or later shot. Tens of thousands of sharks thought have been killed in this program since the nineteen sixties the Queensland government say the drumline reflective at catching species such as tiger sharks. But Nikola Binan from the humane society international, his taking the matter to court important thing to realize is that shocks our allies in looking after the reef is the apex predators. There. Absolutely crucial for the whole ecology keeping his imbalance and say for healthy grapevine relief, we need healthy shop populations report the case because we got so frustrated with the Queensland government for not investing in. These new technologies are available to reduce was his very very small risk of Shanghai's to humans and other sites. Have been researching and trialing new technologies Queenstown governments in really complacent in just relying on this out Stacy's crude in crew Colleen methods to kill shocks. We've got technologies Janai drone technology. We've got asset can alert people whenever shocks in the worst. We've got personal shock deterrence which you can start on and they repel shocks to keep you safe. If you feel that you're putting yourself at risk and also just basic education. The government has not been djing basic education. Populates warn people which cases. Will receive your shops which times a day has so much more that could be done to keep people say we do not need to be calling shocks in. This very agitated way nickelbein in there. Now, listen to this. Music from Oliver motorcades. Zimbabwe's best.
"lezo" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Cold. Love go. Joe love. That is my favorite. Put a gun aside with the phone. She does. Go. Let us go. She is she. Toast. What? Five four three two one. Don't. What what I love go five four three two one. The brown. How without a. The J envy. Angela Gisha mean the guy we oughta breakfast club. You got a special guests in the building. You got the number one album in the country out mini country. A buggy. Mos- going on right now you got a little daddy's Chris on your face. Washington. Cry. How old is she was she got your magazine crying? Oh. I got it. I got home and in three grown. She knows. You. I. My brother. Oh, man. Having a number one album. That's huge. Last night. Speaking. Now, that's my like, I I get motivated things. I just thought it worked harder. I just went number one studio. It's crazy. Recorded another song. Just to celebrate love. According to so why not. Lebanon and studio, but all the extra stuff that you have to do you're not that into interviews. Even being. I ain't got last guy interviews, I hate these. I love to come in. Every once in a while. That's why. Know interviews. I'm just going to music them. The videos, but when it comes. I'm doing this. I'm not doing no more low nephews as not. Which is different because y'all got social media. So let y'all talk directly via fans all the time. Yeah. Only use social media in radio. I chat with my fans amid a little chat, and it's like a good core hoodie gangs and gang sat out to them to is like my core fan base. I feel like talking to Sidney and telling me what to do basic, and I'm asking questions dachshund questions. And I'm getting a vibe of it. I'm in nature leading me, basically. The direction that I want to go. It is working because you got in the country. When things are going well too. Got nothing negative del wit, and Dino Mimi, I'm not gonna you actually some stupid. Not until you. That you feel like you're in a midlife crisis. The of twenty two why? At once. Coming up like nothing looking for come on, hustle, hustle hustle. Come up as looking thinking when I was younger. I always. Oh, it's a lot of money. But then when you gotta pay taxes if forty percents eighty percent, tell me about you looking back late, and you gotta pay manage. Keeping up with your lifestyle. How's your family is like gotta keep up with this os? Income as type time right now. I can't I can't just do this music money. This saying enough. Is the lifestyle trying to keep up with? So I got this. This isn't a packet. What else? Real estate because you gotta you gotta you gotta have one go at a time. I feel that you can't be everywhere or you're just focus. Yeah. You're gonna be frustrated me. Like if I if I focus on one time, not all Mongols out, six months, boom. Do this six months boom donors, don't try to make short-term making launch. Is it? I'm sure everybody in the Bronx leaning on you. A book. I know you I like I like to say, no, I like to say, no. The best words you can learn when you. That you get a lot of people. You change you change, you left the heart change kala. Honey, I don't wanna live down. By coming out to my house and my building a whole. Giving money away and everything I go back to all the time. But. Same thing with everything you never know. That's why I say I don't trust. Nobody because you really never know in and out the who you don't just sit on the hood at any mom, not stupid not gonna stand in the corner. Once you love going back home. He had asked when I was like this. Breakthrough. That's why I say I got a New Delhi? I'm still kind of ties to the streets. But. I'm done with that. Family. Now, I got a whole career. I never knew I would have this much money. Why would I want to lose all money for some stupid? Remember seeing you perform at the guard is super early on like opening up for. A huge stage. What was that experience like in west the difference between then and now? Right there. Oh boy. Crazy, drake. Learn you agree. But it's crazy. Joe generation. You know what I'm saying? Your generation is like now, you know. In the beginning with us. Eighteen the internet. So the net Malaysia you say the king of New York. He was when I said that I said that like in a respectful way because of his numbers in Mia Hamm have different Lezo right out. You always gotta look at it. Like that. I'm not I'm not a Guinea person. I'm more of a music person Saudi. He's the land is extrovert. That's like that's like my partner. And it'd be honest be nice to be straight. That's my partner in crime. Any anything? We do on anything. We do you think that he would end up in the situation either, man. Oh, man. Have you been keeping in contact with him? I ain't get yet. The mayhem. We appreciate you for joining us. Country will stop and through. All right. It's a is the breakfast. Good morning..
"lezo" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"I can add score dukes in Simon clouds than in toba vetting. Kalomo Brown, talk some class. Second, Harvey, third fleet point, four seconds covers Hallam Madre must say, I thought some of these made. A much bigger inroad into his lead. I've been told that the moment nothing Harvey Claridge has just home. They don't wait. Eight Stiller Baldassare will tell Ahmad. He may be you'll favors the right Lezo. Now the stars of a line for Callum Wia without lap seven minutes and forty completed, not too long now until the end of this session, and that is when French time comes in when you've really got to nail the lab, your hope, there's no yellow flags out on the say, hit appear to be the moments, touch wood. So as the session almost to a close now going to be tight, but tell them my brow one point, eight seconds ahead of Harvey. Claridge. Harvey really does know how severe well in these conditions, but it can be such change in order to get the thing nailed get your time. Now Harvey close closes and again, fifty four point zero full six. Now, one point, six seconds, boy, color. Wipro. There's not enough time he's going to get another lap in, but that's not enough. Is it point six's chefs not quite way you need to be Claridge. It's on the front row. That's one good thing will ride down. Who is that far? Call the number. The needs to might ease numbers, much much bigger might goodness. We other notes about that Wilson mill numbers, no being visible enough to others. So another one police thought, see who is Kalomo eyebrow the moment looking like he's going to take pole position in who would have thought that ready one point six seconds as well as a a massive massive advantage really. Considering we've off mini-session Harvey Charles day worries. The. In second place. I'm does shown whisker fourth Felix j on third vote, but that's you check it flag. No one else going any quickest Kalomo rebel by the looks of things he's going to be your poem on so great when they're gonna miss sixty seven. Callum Wybrow sitting on PO position in the pit bike when foresee and Moto seem vase. The leading motor team writer was phrase it connects in eighth place. So. Expects. I believe that may be four track action against anybody waiting to come out. They just coming out now. I'm sure some people move in view just heading now into the GM. Geomancy forty elites of coming out right now yet they are about to come out in just a moment's time, and we still go plenty of action to come over the course of the day. We'll get the full timetable up in just a moment, but junior LC faulty elites, not lush ings had outs on the circuit. It's fair to say. As you say, there's only one Reuter who I had to some more how just immersion the pit lane, but originally only one ride did venture out onto the track. I, I could argue it's to do with as you say, the poor conditions, meaning John Reid is really don't want to be the ones clearing the water, but someone's got to do it. And and the first rider is through a manual Brinton who is the early runner out of the pits Vinson I believe a winner is circuit stocks. Leave Ron case Goma went on in this class. Oh menu. Tonight's. Why around him relatively? Well? No, that to win around here. The problem is it's not just clearing water, but you know, the war is included because it's still raining. It's raining quite heavily in for these little bites, trying coat with. So really. Eight hundred eight of very hearts Nari dole out and you know, wonder about in the wet and not enjoy yourself. Don't go out but let the conditions starts takeover. Unfortunate. So what's happening noticeably a few more riders are starting to now emerged from the pit lane may be more enthusiastic. Now they've seen the trank isn't his treacherous as maybe they had imagined. But as you say, the, the slow trickle of riders are coming into the session is says, the interesting I know be very interesting to see like Princeton can take advantage of this fifty eight point one one, eight, so fun. That is the only lifetime that's been set. So a few just getting out getting ready for the conditions, getting into the rhythm money, prince the Ninety-three ever presence in the cool fab racing championships..
"lezo" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"lezo" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"No one's hot coming, but when we had the technology in place of global information that changes the world, go ahead saying, I think it's pretty great. Do you anticipate a huge backlash against science when this happens or do you think people will embrace it and our place in the universe? I think it'll be the same old thing. First of all, I don't think it's the devil disagrees with the bible chart. It'll be a lot of that, and then they'll be people in denial about it. And then they'll be people embracing it. And then after a while, it'll just be this will just be status quo, like all this world like straw, this world have to come to people younger than me to ask grandma what we're straws and then they'll tell, how will you roll your voice be like, then that'd be my kids younger than minimum. There was once a tube, you could sip your coffee efficiently, but it may thinks hotter and coda because of the compression particle because all that surface area in the straw. So. You guys. That's an extraordinary thing. Yeah, it's, there's it's an exciting time to be alive because we can Cheryl this information. Well, then. So the next question again from crabby crab crab guy from Instagram and damned. See unhappy is he is he commercially, it's crabbing damn Kyun. I n que AC is he walked sideways like a crab? I don't think we can just ask medical conditions. I think we're so good. You're right. You're right. What role will and should artificial intelligence platens space, travel Lois essence, you simplifies things so artificial. Here's the Trump told you that compare flying a plane. To an autopilot so there you can make a plane just like a sports car. The more maneuverable it is the less stable. It is. Okay. Do you know what I mean? I just Stephan know what you mean because I will. You can't ride no hands going back to auto driven car thing, and I'm not taking the bait. Well, I'm not by the words, there's so many. There's so many control inputs required that you a human can't do it. So artificial intell- intelligence. This is machines that learn from their mistakes and continually refined their ways of executing commands algorithms and learning learning. Yeah, that this will help enable. This will enable spaceflight like how about this controlling the temperature of a big space. Craft one side gets hot. One size get coal gets cold. You'd want a whole bunch of sensors and coolant tubing's to enable that spacecraft to operate without having catastrophic annual adjusting. Also the Lezo. This is fun. Isn't it? Everybody? I mean, after this is the most fun. It star talk all stars ullmark question. Now we're going to have to be right back. Okay. Go ahead. One word ready this adjective. Yes. Roger, Warren from Facebook says, how excited are you for the James Webb space telescope various cited star, talk all stars. We'll be back right after this. Steelers. Steel. Whatever the action, whatever the destination, no matter the weather, lifeproof backpacks. Keep you optimize, organize, prepared and protected. Check them out at lifeproof dot com. Slash star talk and receive fifteen percent off any pack..
"lezo" Discussed on The Big 98
"A python there you go that was morning gordon brand new from carrie underwood we world premiered at early this morning it's called cry pretty here on the bog don't show i'm just usually conjure shown the heart to the war pity keeping gether composure for worse off bed so i kid the best is this human between high blood lezo don't matter it's all the same.
"lezo" Discussed on WDRC
"Listen over and over and over red eye radio eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara eight six six ninety of a red eye pardon me the the cameras now are are much less expensive and so a lot of homes have them in so you can you can assume that maybe i don't know one out of every three one out of every four might have a camera somewhere i in the front of that house on that same street or any of those streets that where the houses were as you mentioned these because they go back to the march second which now they're you know saying okay as soon as the police chief the interim police chief had mentioned during one of the press briefing he said you know we we basically have classified that march second you know event now as as being you know relating lezo it is now murder and and so when you when you go back to that they've got that that one happened march second six roughly six fifty five the first one today happened in the morning and then another one later in the afternoon so they have the times roughly the times and they can go back to those cameras in those neighborhoods and and see if they can you know put together because as you mentioned it's you're not one of the things about the unabomber is that you basically had the mail delivered right or you know okay in this case it is it was handdelivered they they believe and if it is the.