18 Burst results for "Loboda"

"loboda" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"loboda" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"It's really disturbing yeah. Limbo was born out of people being tortured yeah. I never would have guessed that. That's how this was going to go so that's what we know about the origin of limbo. This is also the saddest thing we're going to tell you today. Oh that's the saddest oh we're good okay. I was scared. I thought you said it was going to get worse than that was like how is it even possible so obviously we're very far away. From the limbo of Kids Kid's birthday parties of today yeah I was wondering who decided to change it to be like about the only the most celebratory occasions yeah. How did it go from a funeral dance to a few dance. What is though like Funen. The California soon okay windows transformation begins with a legendary. Trinidadian dancer are named Julia Edwards. If I were to have a one liner for her I think I would say she was the greatest innovator of limbo. She passed away in two thousand seventeen but at Sonya interviewed her for her documentary. I think I I met a backstage or something. Probably in the early ninety s also then. She was very cool very she seemed very you know how true royalty is very easy and they're not not obsessed with themselves because they just know they have it. That is how Julia was. Julia was royalty limbaugh royalty. She was often called the the first lady of limbo or the Limbo Queen. That's cool as a dancer and choreographer. She brought limbo to the stage. According to Julia in the film she talks about mixing culture a nightclub and what she means is that she's taken the traditions of our country of host space and mixed it with a kind of cabaret feel so how do you take a funeral dance and transform it into a steaming stage act act. Here's how Julia brought the phone number one. She introduced a lot of elaborate. costuming skimpy cost us a lot of glitter. She also also sometimes ditched the stick for body parts human legs forming the quote Unquote Rod. That's what they call the human limbo something to try the Bris little baby legs. What's pretty cute. Actually another innovation remember how funeral at funerals the bar is going from low to high hi yeah. Julia changed it up. They reverse that they went from high to low because it's more exciting to see all would the person be able to get under their six inches inches. Oh my goodness. I don't know if they can make it right. It seems like she is a master of injecting tension into this yet in indeed because again she was she understood. She was an entertainment guru of her time. She understood a good producer. She said okay well. What does my show show need next to take it to the next level. So how did she take limbo to the next level and set the world on fire. One of whom main innovations ovation's was the flaming limbaugh. Tell me more young so in fact what she says and what her dancers say say that essentially had to do chemical experiments with different methylated spirits etc to see exactly how hi the flames should be because there could be a casualty so they had to do all these things to make sure that everybody was safe and that the fire hi it burned bright enough but not too bright that it would catch everything a file so they did all these different experiments try to find the right mix of chemicals macos that would then deliver the proper Flim and that is how the flaming Bimbo started. It'd be like really fun to watch. I know Julia Edwards version of limbo takes skill and strength even for seasoned limbo experts. It's exciting to watch. You would think that I'd be tired seeing it but I'm never tired of seeing a good limbo. He you know I'm never tired of seeing a good limbaugh. I mean personally I have tried the limbo and it's very difficult. It's just like you need to be anointed Loboda before for you actually enter the world with birth. I don't think you can actually just develop into a limbo dance gift and I. I think that's what intrigues me about the limbo. I can't do it and I have great respect for those who can so how do we go from Julia Edwards version of limbo this feat of artistry and Athleticism to the American version of Limbo kitschy party game in a after the break.

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"loboda" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"loboda" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The state Senate today Loboda Matthew assembly to follow suit. Cuba Gooding junior had been expected to surrender the NYPD, but his lawyer says video evidence clears, his client of charges of groping meta Manhattan, rooftop party may not surrender sex crimes. Detectives President Trump says, if a foreign country offers information about a political rival he'd listen and not call the necessarily. He told George Stephanopoulos. It's not interference its opposition research. The search for Jennifer Delos now has shifted to a pond near Hartford WCBS reporter, Mike smells has the latest on the case of the missing mom, the small lake in Avon being searched now by investigators is one the dulas family would frequently spend weekends at photos, Delos taught the families five. Kids how to water ski on that lake level of trading. The Jennifer Delos claimed a divorce documents was more of an obsession training that push their kids to the level of exhaustion. Jennifer's body has now been missing for nearly three weeks. That's where pretty much all your friends. Evidence is gonna come from retired NYPD sergeant in Kern. John J college adjunct. Professor Joe Jack alone says finding Jennifer's body may provide investigators link. They need to charge Ulises estranged husband, with murder, one of the things that we always look for is what may refer to as low cost exchange prints for the theory of transfer of evidence between two people. So if you have a violent encounter the likelihood of somebody taking something with them, and leaving something behind becomes a pretty good, newly released David, for Jennifer's family says the new Canaan mothers five kids are safe and loved, but living in limbo. Wanting to know where their mother is Mike's melts WCBS, NewsRadio eighty another central park, five key figure is calling it quits the fallout continues after the airing of the Netflix series, when they see us the mini series dramatizes, the events surrounding the central park, five trial and the lead prosecutor in the case just informed Columbia law school that she's stepping down. Elizabeth Lederer told the school that she won't seek reappointment as a part time lecture do. The negative publicity generated by the series. She remains a prosecutor for the Manhattan District attorney's office or move comes after Linda fairstein, who headed Manhattan sex crimes unit at the time of the nineteen Eighty-nine case was dropped by her publisher earlier this week, Matt piper CBS news..

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"loboda" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"loboda" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"To give misheard meteorologist high. Listeners just go back that fifteen seconds. Vodkas go on keep going. Yeah. But that's basically, you know anything that removes guestimation to a great extent has to be encouraged it's going to have this is going to happen. Fair. Now, the there's been a fair few of us in the game that can say for many years that it's going to happen over life where we need to be. But I think I feel it I feel myself. The tide is turning and it's becoming more mainstream less niche. And, and look, hopefully the whole thing kind of accelerates and keeps kicking because it's, it's where I think the game will be better for, you know, the likes of and I don't watch loads of water sports now other than other than race in Bush, you know, from what I gather, you know, likes of. Soccer football. You know, and then American sports, you know, they're so they've embraced that so much, and have data focused analysis, you know. Do people complain about that? You know, top people talking break expected goals in various stats in, in football is that scene is bound booze linked to the public know or citizens, you know, again, it's not rocket science. It's just a case of having the scale to explain in the paddock away, and for those who whose curiosity picks, they'll, they'll go and educate themselves, and get a deeper knowledgeable. We only have to look at the job that Jones and Kelly Cates to with Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville Loboda spectacles reviewing a Premier League game. I know you're not a big Premier League fan but, but I am, and they break that down, very, very quickly Gary, then the current the gems, they coverage same thing. They just they. It's a new tool that can be introduced to really tell you, it's not just about the possession. They can really say did a team deserve to win this game or NAS. Well, man city had fifteen shots on go. None of them went in this field had one shot on goal at went in therefore months should have one expected gold suggests that, right? And that. All be broken down. Very, very cleverly in very, very simply. It doesn't have to be patronizing..

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"loboda" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"loboda" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"WTMJ mobile app today. WGN news time, seven oh six. No, Christian yelich did not go yard last night and Cincinnati, but he is game winning. Double will certainly do. Doug has the details in a bucks win in sports at seven fifteen. Sure. Fire and rescue. Chief Robert Whitaker says Saturdays. Apartment fire at white oak. Started on a first floor balcony, and the lack of a sprinkler system allowed it to spread telling today's TMZ for this was the biggest fire of his career. You see the devastation that that puts them people's lives. And that really hits our people hard. It's not widespread lake polio. The debilitating effects that a new illness has children are reminiscent of the once dreaded disease. Dr Anthony Fauci of the national institutes of health only occurs in one in a million people. So it is it is really quite rare. But when it does occur, obviously, it's very serious a devastating for the child as well. As for the family. There's no going back from a family of brewers fans to keep a promise from Saturday's game. Mike, and Jessica Loboda tell today's TM J four they got front row seats their six year old daughter Lola made a sign saying that if Christian yelich got a home run, she would get a new puppy when the long ball was hit a picture of the sign went viral. And everybody's like oh my God. By just you know, this thing has just gone crazy right now, and then makes buying a puppy on buying a puppy. Now. The family might be considering diabetes response dog Lola has been diagnosed with type one. Yeah. No walking back from that one. I know that once it's validated on social media and the players. Thought I guess. Yeah. And they were all high five minutes. So that's pretty great seven away to WTMJ. You heard.

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Who Is The Neoliberal Shill Of The Year?

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Who Is The Neoliberal Shill Of The Year?

"Couple of weeks ago. I was talking to call him Mortimer. He's college student who runs a competition called the Neo liberal Schill of the year, the wet works. Is you go to the Twitter page at near liberal that's near liberal, but with zero for the O he's put together a bracket kind of like match madness. He's asking people to vote for who they think is the greatest neo-liberal Schill, and Colin told me that Stacy Vinik Smith and cod. If Garcia from the indicator they're going to be in the running, but cut if in Stacey didn't know. And I told khadafy Stacey that I'd love to speak with them in a studio. I didn't say why calling can you hear us? Yes. I can hear you. Colin what's going on can you reduce it south to us? So my name is Colin I am the co founder and executive director of the neo-liberal project. And when new liberalism, basically said was markets are not like an end markets are means to end, we want wanna harness markets to make everyone wealthier to make society more equitable and into make the world a better place, and you run a competition. What does that? So I run the neoliberal Schill bracket, which is an annual competition, which we highlight people that we believe contributed positively to economics and politics in the past year, Iran, the neoliberal Schill bracket. Yes, she'll sounds like not a compliment. She'll is a compliment show me. It's it's tongue-in-cheek. It's means that you shield for position that you stood up. And you said this is what I believe in. This thing is good. Okay. Side of right. And other words she'll for goodness show. That's exactly that's exactly what was Yoda like. Schill for the force iota was a show for the. Stacy I have some good news for you too. Okay. This year, you both been selected the apart the Neal show bracket, really. You both have I've mixed feelings. Committee deliberated Wong over it. And listen to hours of podcasts. And we look through your Twitter's read everything about you. Oh my gosh. So neoliberal is this really loaded word, what does even mean near liberals have been blamed for everything from lowering wages for US factory workers to killing turtles to some near liberalism, Maine's using markets and the government to make a soul, richer and half you to others. It's only made the rich wealthier at the expense of the rest of us. After the break. I'm going to explain what near liberalism, actually means and ask us, stay Cincotta. Neo-liberal Schillt's of the. Planet money indicator is made possible by CFP certified financial planner professionals who want you to know that certification makes a difference. A CFP professional is trained to create a holistic financial plan in your best interest. Learn more at let's make a plan dot org. Support also comes from ADT, America's trusted home security company can help protect you against break ins fires and carbon monoxide twenty four seven emergency response when you needed most more at ADT dot com to understand what neoliberalism means I caught up a historian. My name's Quinn's Loboda, and I teach history at Wellesley college Clin wrote a book about the birth of neoliberalism. He told me you can trace the word back to a handful of economics at one conference in France in nineteen thirty eight there was a gathering and Paris called the Walter Lippmann colloquium, and it was there that they that they took they chose this term neoliberalism to describe what they were doing which is trying to rethink liberalism. After the great depression, liberalism, not liberal in the way, we often talk about left wing liberals in the US, you know, people go online to own the libs, but classical liberalism, it's a collective where all those thinkers who like moving against the church after the nice on. David Hume, Adam Smith, David Ricardo. And and then associate those with political beliefs of free trade free markets are the rights individuals to see their self interests that kind of thing they organized a workshop in in Paris. And they all get got together there were intellectuals industrialists journalists politicians, what kind of things they believe in these imbedded groups of liberals there was a vision of an interconnected world economy that they felt needed to be kind of fought for and restored. They believed in the need for conditional free trade. They believed in the need for the free movement of capital over borders as a way to ensure kind of interdependence that would itself hopefully guarantee peace in the long run.

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"loboda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is what happens, but we've had three thousand basically updates. I mean, we've had ten years of updates in the market. The market is still going up a six hundred new. Yeah. Things are not. So good right now. I'm thinking fifty thousand things are looking pretty. Yeah. I'm feeling good about the whole thing right now on peeling dollar bills off my stack and tipping people. So so you feel good about the economy. The stock market or two different things. Let's talk about that. And more our good friend, John Loboda, John Lagoda, former New York congressman Republic, congressman not a big fan of Donald Trump. But he also gives us the truth. That's why like having John John great to have you along. How you doing? Twenty nine. Happy twenty nineteen. I saw a couple of things here. I think a lot of people don't realize that this economy is one thing the stock market's another thing. Most folks don't realize is under a democrat stock markets do much better under Republicans under a democrat or under Republican economies do better than the Democrats. But, but this is interesting because Donald Trump is now at the precipice of of of I mean, this is the moment for him either good bad or ugly because you've got you've got Democrats coming into power in Washington. Suddenly this talk of impeachments a very real thing. Number two. You've got to get you got a partial government shutdown and part of his base works for the government. So part of his basis and get paychecks and the number three you've got this border fence wall net picket fence, whatever you're going to call those are and then of course, China. It's either going to go very good from a very bad for him. John, and there's really no gray here is there. I think that says November six which is the date the midterm election the trend line on all those things for Trump has generally been damn poetically losing the house. Bad thing happen to him. Saddle but bad legally member sex he's much more imperative legally by investigations by the US attorney in New York, and by the Muller thing and economically. We're going to be saying this month we already saw last week with apple FedEx, you're gonna say companies reporting their projected earnings are way down from their previous projections. Kind of tapping the Mark little. And I think we saw drop in consumer confidence into Sabir, not huge. But it was a drop and many business. People many of them believe by the end of twenty nine nine we're going to be heading into a recession and the twenty twenty that we haven't had one for ten years. Thank god. And there were due for one. That's that's the direction we're going. Well, of course, you know, people don't understand that. When you have an expansion economy expansion to last about five years, we haven't had a contraction as John said in ten years. So what you're saying is no matter who's in that chair at the White House. This stock market thing was was kind of on its way to well. I think I think we're seeing a little. Well, I think of all the promise of deregulation, the promised attached that certainly helped the stock market and the repatriation of the dollars into the US. But I mean, look at Donald Trump personally got lucky with the stock market because typically Marcus dunk on a Republican president because of a number of thanks, but but John does make a good point had. Let's say Bernie Sanders been in office is the economy's still heading in that direction at this point. Or is this or is this a nascent Donald Trump in your opinion? Well, here's the thing. What we think of a Bernie Sanders as typical liberal left wing Democrats, raise taxes increased regulation to all that stuff. That's what they do say Republicans don't do it. But in fact, the tariffs are attacks hit they're not even bad hidden their tax on consumers when you buy a product you're paying for the tariffs and import tariffs on what March April may. And I think that is worldwide is dampening. Global economic growth, obviously heavily in China. But worldwide Jill that's part of the projection of slowing economic growth this year twenty nine thousand nine. Yeah. I'd rather have a little pain now than a whole lot. When the bottom completely falls out. I mean, it seems like Trump's addressing the problems that everyone else has been kicking down the can for my entire life. These little things. Oh. I would say he he addressed one of them. Yeah. And but it not totally the right way. The main one is China, and they're restrictive trade practices. However in addressing that forty did was he also said, oh, I don't like Canada the European Union. All tariffs. To stay out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The smart move if you wanna run an effective trade war against China allies in a trade war had the Pacific rim countries have Canada, happy European Union all with us as United squeezing China that would work. He he goes off on everybody. You know, I think that was a mistake. Argus long way of doing. Yeah. But then again, so John, by the way. Same thing with the illegal immigration issue. Wrong way of addressing. What is the right sensors? Yeah. This is a problem that people don't like all these illegals coming out. Right. But he hasn't come up with the right way to solve it. First of all most illegals do not cross the border. They come in on an airplane with a visa to America. And they overstay the visa either a work of which could be traveling visa vacation. They don't leave. That's how most illegals get into this country. Not crossing the southern border is Scott. But the southern border, and it's caused all sorts of trouble really for everybody. So John stay there for saying I'm gonna keep you over because I want to talk about a couple of things. First of all, I want to talk about about, you know, what the answer is because we do have an ant hill. And you can't I mean, this is an unending anthill of illegal immigration, whether it's coming over airplanes, and I would suggest living in San Diego, California, knowing what we see on a on a daily basis about about arrest. There's there's more people climbing through the climate through the the wall climbing through the fence here, then there are people coming through. But in either case, I wanna talk to you about that. I want to talk about the fact that.

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"loboda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Two thousand nine hundred thousand nine hundred chart also is an aerial view of the. The white picket. Pestle which they'll see, you know, we've had blips in in two thousand ten and twenty eleven again in two thousand fifteen and sixteen again now if you look at it, this is what happens, but we've had three thousand basically updates. I mean, we've had ten years of updates in a market you're to the market still going up. I just feel like a six foot view. Yeah. Things are not. So great right now. Things are looking pretty. Yeah. I'm feeling good about the whole thing right now. I'm peeling dollar bills off my stack and tipping people. So so you feel good about the economy. The stock market or two different things. So talk about that and more good friend, John Loboda, John former New York congressman, I Republic, congress not a big fan of Donald Trump. But he also gives us the truth. That's why like having John and their John great to have you along. How you doing? Abby twenty nine. Happy twenty nineteen. I saw a couple of things here. I think a lot of people don't realize that this economy is one thing the stock markets and other thing, and what most folks don't realize is under a democrat stock markets do much better than under Republicans under a democrat or under Republican economies to better than than Democrats. But, but this is interesting because Donald Trump is now sort of at the precipice of of of I mean, this is the moment for him either good bad or ugly because you've got you've got Democrats coming into power in Washington. Suddenly this talk of impeachments a very real thing. Number two. You've got to get you got a partial government shutdown and part of his base works for the government. So part of his basis and get paychecks and the number three you've got this border fence wall net picket fence, whatever you're gonna call eight those are and then of course, China. Go very good for him are very bad for him. John don't you Sam there's really no gray hair? Is there? I think that says November six which is the date the midterm election. The trend line on all those things for Trump has generally been down. Politically losing the house is a bad thing to happen to him. Fatal but bad. Member sex. He's much more imperilled legally by investigations by the US attorney in New York, and by the molar thing and economically. We're going to be saying this month we already saw last week with apple fed ex is telling us you're gonna say companies reporting their projected earnings are way down from their previous projections. Kind of tapping the Mark little. We we saw drop in consumer confidence into Sabir, not huge. But it was a drop and many business. People many of them believe by the end of twenty nineteen. We're going to be heading into a recession and the twenty twenty that we haven't had one for ten years. Thank god. And there were two for one. That's that's the direction we're going. Well, of course, the people don't understand that. When you have an expansion economy expansion just to last about five years, we haven't had a contraction as John said in ten years. So what you're saying is no matter who's chair at the White House. This stock market thing was kind of on its way to well. I think I think we're seeing a little. Well, I think all the promise of deregulation, the promised attached that certainly helped the stock market and the repatriation of the dollars into the US. But I mean, I look at it. I think Donald Trump personally got lucky with the stock market is typically Marcus, don't go up on a Republican president because of a number of thanks, but John Russ does make a good point. Had. Let's say Bernie Sanders been in office is the economy's still heading in that direction at this point. Or is this or is this an ace, Donald Trump in your opinion? Well, here's the thing. What we think of a Bernie Sanders says typical liberal left wing Democrats raise taxes. Increased regulation all that stuff. That's what they say. Republicans don't do it. But in fact, the tariffs are attacks. They're a hit. They're not even mad. Their tax on consumers when you buy a product you're paying for the tariffs and includes the tariffs on what March April may. And I think that is worldwide is dampening global economic growth, obviously heavily in China. But worldwide too that's part of the projection of slowing economic growth this year twenty nine hundred. Yeah. I'd rather have a little pain now than a whole lot. When the bottom completely falls out. I mean, it seems like Trump's addressing the problems that everyone else has been kicking down to camp for my entire life. These little things. Oh. I would say he he addressed one of them. Yeah. But not totally the right way, the main one because China, and they're restrictive trade practices. However in addressing that forty did was he also said, oh, I don't like Canada the European Union. All tariffs. To stay out of TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership smart move. If you wanna run an effective trade war against China having allies in a trade war had the Pacific rim countries have candidate happy European Union all with us as United spot squeezing, China that would work. He he goes off on everybody. You know, I think that was a mistake ARGUS long way of doing. Yeah. But then again, so John, by the way. Same thing with the illegal immigration issue. Wrong way of addressing. What is the right issue? Senses. This is a problem that people don't like all these you'll legals coming out. Right. But he hasn't come up with the right way to solve it. First of all most illegals to not cross the border. They come in on an airplane with a visa to America. And they overstay the visa either a work visa baiser, traveling visa vacation don't leave. That's how most legals get into this country not crossing the southern border. So is got this obsession with the southern border, and it's caused all sorts of trouble really for everybody. So John stay there for say, I'm gonna keep you because I want to talk about a couple of things first of all I wanna talk about about, you know, what the answer is because we do have an ant hill. And you can't this is an unending anthill of illegal immigration, whether it's coming over airplanes, and I would suggest living in San Diego, California, knowing what we see on a on a daily basis about about arrest. There's there's more people climate through the climate through the the. The wall climbing through the fence here, then there are people coming through. But in either case, I wanna talk to you about that. I want to talk about the fact that of Nancy Pelosi.

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"loboda" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"But I wish we could get fucked up more and like the old school days of drinking broS. It's harder and harder to do that. Now, just because there's there's more meetings and shit like that like. Afterwards. You know? And look, you know, Evan. I have kids Jared's got kids. So, you know, dad can't just show up drunk every night AM home kids, so life life sort of gets in the way. But that's about the only difference other than that, though at heart all of us in the same people. But yeah, the drinking broS, man. That's it's it's fucking awesome the communities. Awesome. And. Fuck. I don't think I think people. Underestimate how much I appreciate the drink and broke community around the world. Because I again with the sports show. I travel so much to to meet, and I get to meet everybody and all these cities like it is an amazing amazing community. And if you're not a member of it, it's a private group on Facebook. If you're not a member of it. You don't really know how powerful and amazing that communities, and if you're in trouble literally in any city any almost anywhere in the world, man. Drink and bro will help you. No questions asked. Anytime of day nights. No matter what the situation is. And I've never been a part of anything like that. And that's why I interact within the group so much is. It's probably the best community of humans have ever gotten to know. But yeah, look, the podcast is is a success because of them, and because of people listening to it we're able to get celebrities and all that stuff because of that. And it's I can't say enough great things about the drink and broke community. And again, you can find out about it on Facebook just sign up for the private group on Facebook. There's no algorithms or any of that Bullshits, and you get to talk to real people, and you really get to see what's what's going on in their Andy Loboda did I ever get to finish boombox Bigfoot? I didn't they got that project nuked and got bought out. Just didn't get made still out there, and I can make it, but I'd have to find financing on my own, and it's really really tough to get those movies finance right now. I'd love to the scripts hilarious, and I would really like for berry boss to play Bigfoot or Kevin Sorbo who'd be great at it too. Will Emmanuel Zev? Does anyone ever truly know another person hashtag deep thoughts? Probably not there's probably shit that your wife or girlfriend or boyfriend. However, you get down on this world. Like they're thinking about weird shit that they'll never ever tell you about and vice versa. So no, no is the answer on that. And if you did. Would you really love that person enough because then you would know everything about them. There's some mystery there that you're like man, I wonder what fucked up shit they're thinking about which is probably why you stay with them. Dustin black. Besides the obvious question of why men have nipples I want to know in your opinion. What season from a professional football team deserves a movie. And why what's season from professional football team deserves a movie and why I would like to see a movie about the eighty five bears. This is just a quick thought going over all the past Super Bowl champions and all of this shit's..

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"loboda" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on KTRH

"In fraud. Absolutely. Favorable and in the United Kingdom as I say that the talk to Jimmy too. And get into the practice problem to become a member of parliament. He massive control it to do that. And true the docking fellow there which show that he that. I oversee light light can share that he demeaned an empty so that category quickly proven. So Secondly, Ritchie trust the guy that you know. Basically what you thought before? You know, all these painted marks. And these jimbo's at that time as well. Jimmy. Egyptology was can conc- I understanding of hiding. Article six. Ex-spouse? These marks base was having copied and sent back to the British Museum to be in Africa. You know that the experts at the team struggled west this, language and. And you know. It's just one of those things. Could really and see for the things that face for saying. But the law school did just accept to the on safe because himself military officer, you an upstanding pillar of the community. You know, that was that was the basis upon which, you know, these at joins and by sent back to the prestige, and this is the basis from what Steve Jamie purely on vices reputation. There's loose science involved. A toll people in the British Museum has never been any chambers. You know, so is taking destroying these markings vice insane, but any steamers and he's sending copies by museum. Extent can you on has warped? Yeah. And we know he's alive. See this is the thing. There was no photography back. Then. You know, it was it was artist renderings by his own hand, and his assistance that we're going in and and drawing allegedly what they were seeing and sending that back. There was no photography. No video obviously in eighteen thirty seven, and that's that's the issues here. And it's it's so well done in your book. But there's something else that I need to bring up which is this. We can't get up into the fifth chamber relieving chamber above the king's chamber. We can't do that today. Is there a reason for that that they don't want us to go and try to figure out the bottom line with the Corey marks that say coup with with the red ochre, or whatever the pigment is that us and possibly move or chip away any of the ceiling stones that are there to see if the quarry marks continue underneath those granted blocks. I mean, that's why can't we just do that? What's what's stopping us? Yep. It's a good question. Again. Jimmy to be honest. I think the jets Nefertiti's half Chit. These painted marks on the new the results from these monks. As should probably aware. I think it was in April twenty thirteen a couple of them German graduate students from the vessel. 'cause member which one is in Germany. They were giving given a pass to enter these chambers was actually find five chambers and talk to above the king's chamber and then. You can't went from the old block excuse me. The old blocked off you can't get past to get into any of them. And I think it's because of that particular incident where these students. Basically to a small sample the red ochre paint film, one of the highest fix that is riled hate lanes. Newspapers all over the old saying that they stole the cash. Just not the case. That's not what happened. Small sample paint nude. I have not endorsing this in any shape or form. Okay. That was change. With little what's done is done to take a small sample paint from one of the less important and hide eclipse the corner of the chamber not from the cockatoos not anywhere near the catfish. I had this used Loboda cheap. Fucking. Gemini, they were hoping that the team was basically fake modern the marks were more like an inch in paint. But they hadn't taken enough of a sample of pink and radiocarbon dating to to be successful this shampoo apartment. Kick was too small public contaminate teach anyway. So it was never going to walk in from from. Cycles, but because of the incident. Egyptian authorities of this clump dying on anyone having access to some chambers. I presume for fear not someone else may do some thing..

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"loboda" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Why is nobody talking about this Casey p p signing was the worst signing that magic could've done. And if you really watching I've watched the Lakers sign MAs golf game. Now, Casey p when you had somebody like Julius Randle. And now you're weak at center in Julius Randle played center and playing like lost playing like a monster. And then coming off the bench for New Orleans now, I never wanted to lose Julius Randle Kentavious call poke play he's not a scrub put I will say this to you. He's represented by Rich Paul who does a great job. But in the same breath. We also know who is number one Klein is that's LeBron. And then you sign Casey p a year earlier you give him seventeen million eighteen million for one year. And then you get LeBron you, you know, you do have people out there sitting there talking about come on. Stephen. They smell owes by skin. You see what happened here, you know, you want? Lebron you're going to capitulate to him. And the piece of any way you possibly can. But now LeBron is in LA. Of course, there's a lot of question marks as to what could be better around him. Nobody's denying that. I'm not just saying just say look what was quote saying that this kid could have been one of the best players and year in the league. And then you took his leader. And then all of a sudden now you complaining about defense that makes no sense. And that's throw him under the bus. And that's terrible. That's job. And honestly now that means you gotta talk to him. And what you need they need to be talking to Wally not talking about his job who needs to be who needs to be talking to Baluch Walton magic. Because the okay, that's essentially, you gotta understand people like you call up and you act like you talking to yourself. You're talking to a national audience. They understand what the hell you were talking about good. You lost me for second here. Now, I get what you're saying. You're saying Luke magic in them need to be talking to Luke Walton before they make decisions yet because he's gonna have to you know, Ulta. Minutely make this recipe work got at least talk to them. Who's to say didn't? Because guess what? This I noted that. Because if a man is quote saying that this is our best defensive player in the leader of our defenses unit. You're telling me he's not win there. Where you gotta remember, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. That's just now you being silly. Because if you understand this you understand that lukewarm. Sorry. Lou Julius Randle could play and Julius Randle at some point. Tom is going to be looking for his money. And if you the Los Angeles Lakers, you know, that you're not gonna have that money to give him then you've got something else to deal with their. So that can be challenging in and of itself. You can't dismiss the notion that money may have ended up playing a role in a lot of the stuff that's going on right now. You can't just dismiss that. Now. I'm not saying this like well because he would probably say like mix the contract you see how you pay. Hey, CPS earn amount of money in contracts, more of your money. I right. Got you. I got you Judas Rams eight point six million dollars gotta play option for nine million next season. So again, I do. At your point. And there's some validity to it. I can't dismiss that. I appreciate the call. Oh, alex. Thank you so much Bruce alive. Stephen they talked to me, Bruce. Hi, I'm retired your show makes my day. Thank you. Thank you. Quitting Armin Pittsburgh for years. Dick Loboda zone blitz..

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"loboda" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"Did it have a name? Did you call it opportunity or vice to call it little bird little bird. Okay, very cool. Very cool. Other shoutouts. Jeb. I got you got nothing. Okay. I think we're done then I think redone, we've had too much fun here. We didn't get through half the list, but that's okay. I had a lot of fun for what are lists for if not to ignore. Thank you so much. It's just a blast getting together with my good friends here. Amy Loboda is a, I didn't. I neglected to ask you. It's been so long since you've been in the hangar here, but this is what I used to have to tell people about you. Amy Loboda is a flight instructor, airplane builder, a freelance aviation writer. The only thing I correct on that I helped build airplanes occasionally, I am not an airplane builder. Yeah, you're an airplane builder. Like I'm a motorcycle restoration person, which is. I hand the tools. All right. And. I stand. I always used to say I was an infinitely adjustable human sawhorse. This one I give Jeb David opportunity to tell a little bit about what they're working on the ear, like semi retire. You work on interesting projects, Amy that you want to tout or tell people about or. Actually help one of my clients out at the NBA this year because it's an Orlando and I'm pretty excited about it because then get to do some video work, which is totally different. Very cool. To work on that. So cool. So cool, Amy, if people want to try and track you down on the internet, are you, are you visible on the internet these days care? Yeah. Okay. Terribly. I have all of those possibilities, but you know, I'm I'm laying low these days. It's a personal. We'll invite willing by people who do Google searches and see what they come up with. Thank you. Really appreciate it. Dip burns Jeb is a freelance aviation writer and editor serving as the editor in chief of aviation safety magazine Jeb. What are you working on. A lot of little projects around the house lot, a couple of big projects out of the hangar just kind of enjoying the the end of the year end of the summer, I should say and urine up for some travel and some additional work here in the next couple of months. I also will be at NBA working kind of a long side eighty. So looking forward all that and got a scheming a couple of. United OPA's doing these regional. Right flying events, various places around the country. Couple coming up are are have interest. I'm not sure MSU if I'll make either one of their both of interest so never know where might turn up in that regard. Yeah, very cool. Where can people find you on the internet's? Oh, please don't. What do you mean. Don't find you leave me alone..

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"loboda" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"It's a treat for us treat for me anyways, that joining us in our virtual hanging this morning is another great friend, Amy Loboda from where are you? Four Meyers Florida? That's correct where you know it's still really hot. I beg to differ with jam. It's been hot. I'm just hoping today is going to be one of those days. It's not so keep hoping baby. I, I live with that hope to. I'm sorry, you what to do? You broke up there for a second. I live with that hope to Dennis stop being quite so hot in the morning. If I want to go out and take a walk at, feels like the only time to do it is about six thirty AM. It's interesting because I would've guessed the other way around. I would have guessed that. Amy would be less sensitized to the heat and humidity and Jeb would be more because Amy, you're your Florida native, right? You grew up down there. I did grow up down. Away for a while, but I lived away for a while. I lived up even as close to your neck in the woods. I lived in the Boston area for a little while and the New York area, but I spent the month of August in the Pacific northwest and it was magnificent. And then I came back here so I have to re acclimatize that's looking well. I kind of know what you're talking about if you lived away because I lived away from New England for a while. And then when I came back, I lost my tolerance for some of the climate things here. So maybe you lost some of your your tolerance for Florida weather when you lived away? I don't know. I'm not sure that was that was twenty five years ago at this point actually twenty eight years ago. So yeah, it was twenty years ago for me. I still anyways. Okay. We'd better talk about airplanes before before. I don't know where something bad happens. Amy, one of the things we've talked about, we've loved hearing stories. You hear you tell stories about over the years is your adventures with your kit. FOX airplane, the the, you've had a kit FOX forever that that you and or bury built. Does that how what was the Genesis of this airplane understand that if we're talking about my airplanes we're talking about my husband berry who built them and helped. Okay. Yes, very, very important. Okay. All right. And I don't have a kit FOX anymore, how our son in fund museum is up one airplane now which is kinda signing for me, but let's let's go back a step and why you don't, you know, because that was a greater plan and I know you love that airplane and I got a couple of rides in it, and I know others, I think Jeb has. I don't know David, we're gonna ride in the kit FOX, but those cooler tonight got the feeling you really love that. Airplane. Why do you not have that airplane anymore? You guys know I'm retired, right? That's the story. You're sticking to it. I'm retired, my husband's retired and we had to airplanes. Now the kit foxes twenty six years old and has lived a life in south Florida. The whole time as you might imagine. We have issues with corrosion, particularly where I live, which is only fifteen miles from the coast, so I can go out in the morning and I can literally just run my finger along the top of the prop and I'll come off with salt residue even inside my hanger. Yes. So over twenty six years, this airplane has begun to develop some corrosion issues. We had an orphan engine in it that was long in tooth and becoming more and more difficult to source parts for..

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"loboda" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

"And my other good friend here in the virtual hanger from somewhere near Sarasota, Florida is Jeb Burnside hijab, what's going on with you? Pretty much all the same another day and f- LA. Getting geared up for got my handyman scurrying around outside doing up to have good. Okay. But getting out for for a light fixture, chump an alligators light fixture, chopping alligators story that only rewards people heard, so I should not. That should tease them like that. But I was just, I was just thinking they've talking about great data get up and go do some for real-life ours practice. I, I've done that. I think one trip in particular from an acid, Dan Richmond shot. A bunch of approaches it at Richmond flew back to Manassas how to shoot approach to get in. And that was a great day. I was. That sounds great. That sounds great. So this is a notable episode for us. It is. It turned. So we're recording this episode on Thursday, August twenty third twenty eighteen and yesterday the twenty second was the twelfth anniversary of the very very first episode of this podcast that we ever recorded way back in two thousand six. We recorded the first episode of uncontrolled or space, and and you know, we'll get all this all the standard joke supply, right? You know, we'll get it right eventually eventually, you know, or is thing lasts more than four or five episodes or or something like that. But you know hanging. I guess you left one out. What's that? It's all your fault. It is all my fault. No, no, I absolutely absolutely right. I I, you know, maybe even the first year was my fault. All right. But after that you guys are gonna have to take some of the blame. I'm sorry. But. Is so far and not to make it sound like we're done because we're not, but it's been a fun ride. I just sorta reminiscent in this morning about some of the things that I look back on. I, I didn't ask you guys to prepare some sort of put you on the spot, but things that sort of favorite moments notable moments in the history of the podcast, the the one, the two that came to my mind, and then I'll invite you to tell you the to come to my mind. First of all was my maybe I guess we've had a lot of good episodes, but in some ways, my favorite episode ever was the one where Amy Loboda told us restore about ditching in the in the ocean, the Caribbean, I guess it was. Yeah, and a really, really moving story a very, very tempted to use word courageous. It was very generous of her to share that story, which is a traumatic, a emotional experience. And I know from listeners who have spoken to over. The years that that a lot of people consider that to be a great episode and one that is is educational. If you will. One that is is really, really highlights the importance of being prepared for that kind of thing. And and and you know a real world experience of the kind of things that can can happen when you get yourself jammed up in an airplane. So so Amy's Amy's a one which I wish I could tell you the episode number, but it's called cherry bomb. You can find it if you dig through the su- through the internet's the other that I really really look back on fondly are the two or three episodes we did with live audiences particularly to that we did at Oshkosh. We did one when we did up number one hundred and we did another one. We did two hundred and it was. It was a lot of fun for me anyways. I don't know how you guys feel about it on you guys have a different sensibility about, I don't know what you know visibility. And and and talking before the crowds, but I loved doing those ups. Odes. I remember those episodes and I, I enjoyed those episodes. Absolutely. To answer your specific question, the first time we were on the flight line on the last day of Oshkosh or whatever your that was five. Oh, six, probably six. That was about as much fun as I've ever had with my pants on. Yeah. Okay. That was seven because we started at six. Yeah. So it would have been summer of, you're right. That was pretty awesome. And and that, that closing day episode is always a highlight, but the first one year, right. We were in a different slightly different location than we've been right..

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"loboda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"She knows this, right? She knows that we get players from other away the time. The way I would describe it as basically like like Derek jeeter thing, no matter what New York, that's their guy. So for Soper Koby that our guy no matter what, but he doesn't have disowned Kobe to embrace LeBron those things aren't mutually exclusive. Here's the thing. Kobe has approved LeBron Kobe is glad LeBron what she suffering. She's siphoning Loboda. Loboda derangement syndrome LeBron derangement, Elliot, LDS here's s.. Here's the. Crazy. Trading, here's a crazy. You tell that we're trading for quiet. She's all for that yet. I would. I would get a quieter. The no problem with it can explain it. So she probably like in when Mason I were growing up, they used to have these. They would come Bine monsters and put him in the same. Like Godzilla vs Rodin. You're what you're. Yeah, girlfriends issue is she she can only be loyal to one superpower, I guess. Right. Well, I guess that's good for me. Yeah, that is it for you. But I would tell her to examine the history of the Lakers the history of the Lakers agree we go out and get the biggest stars and bring them here. It happened with will happen with Kareem with pow. You know, magic, unworthy, get drafted. That's about it. All right. Well, Caesar, listen, I hope that you can work through this with her and if not, Caesar, you got to kick her loose strike before. Before before before I hang up. Yup. I used to not be fine a Steve Mason. I just wasn't a fan, but to be honest, when he came out, I was like, all of that white became a superfan after that. Man, I appreciate that there's two things I encourage you to do for a lot of years. Courage you to come out and I encourage you to let your hair go gain. And yeah, go gay. And both of them have worked out pretty well out really well, I'm I couldn't. I couldn't be happier about, you know, I think what it is with with the LeBron thing is like he said, she'd be fine with coli, right? She's all in on that. I don't get this point is that there's a baton and it was handed from Michael to Kobe to LeBron right. And I think the problem that marry and the fans that may not be excited about LeBron the problem is that they are like the icon ick faces of the NBA back to back. So you're casing the most iconic face for an era with the next iconic face to come along. That's where the challenge I think comes from with these. These few Laker fans from LeBron derangement syndrome that you know what that is. It's a red herring Steve. It's. Red herring. It's a delusion. It doesn't all of our stars. Yeah. So you said there's a passing of torch from what did you describe him as the iconic face of the lay? So let me tell you this Kareem icon face. Will I icon face shack, iconic face, we stolen from other teams. All three of them. It just doesn't add up. People aren't, if you, well, if there was social media and there were sports, then maybe people people may have felt the same way, but there's, yeah, LeBron let's call it LeBron syndrome LBS instead of Libro l. DEA healthy s. LeBron if you know any Mormons, you can say, hey, LBS is cool, Greg, where do you get? All right. Let's go to Johnny in LA line three, Johnny in LA on the beloved line. Three. Hi, Johnny. Big fan. I just had a question about KB. A lot of I, I've heard of him on a product game. Man, you know, and they were going back and forth saying that all Katya saw and you know it was the week move. He went to Bolden favor. Katie stayed with o'casey plane with Brazil. He may end up with zero raisins if he retires. Now, after the move he's had, he has to Renes into finals in BT's yet it's a career move. He has. He hadn't paid yet. My Johnny you on this. We did a lot. We did a lot on. I take this morning on this topic. Here's the thing we no longer live in a world where star players are going to play their whole careers with one. Yeah, actually threw that out there. What is is there a star player for c. today right now in his twenties, who might play the rest of his career where he is?.

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"loboda" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana

"I told you not to oh my god how was your weekend my weekend was great i went to south carolina to greenville south carolina was a beautiful i love greenville it really is a great city and a played in the bmw charity proam again for the kids but i can't that's the kid is an i played well but not well enough to make the cut to play on sunday so i play thursday friday saturday didn't make the cut and so i came home a day early which was actually fine with me the pro who did you play with played with hank loboda something like that scrip is last name apologize hank great kid florida state nice guy nice great golfer shot a sixty four on friday which was really i mean that's going low and of course the same day i played with a guy who tied the course record at sixty sought to shut sixty and then he was putting for fifty nine rare that is in sports and he was putting for fifty nine and missed just barely off it was kind of off the green little fringe putt or whatever and he only missed it by just a little bit for the fifty nine but he got the sixty tied the course record and was phenomenal to watch anyway it was a really good time had a blast saul bunch of people there will friends and then came home and had to deal with my homeowner's association which was the most infuriating process infuriating my parents have lived in a situation like that and like my dad built like this beautiful flower.

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"loboda" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"I guess because of that so lots of stuff happening here as you mentioned earlier in the program you may be watching us anywhere this country as well as listening to us nationwide coast to coast and internationally but we live in san diego here jump television studios and the show is broadcast from san diego and san pedro is part of san diego county it's it's where we all we want to go down to mexico and go surfing or go have some lobster or hang out we go through the border and we fight traffic coming back across the border like the other ninety thousand people that are crossing that are crossing the border every single day here in san diego so look i'm no trump supporter but i will tell you this in his entire border wall argument and i think part of it is is dramatic i think there's a lot better ways to keep people out and building a dam wall i mean there's lots of survey we'd rather put the money the surveillance but the long story short is seeing people flee countries like one lahar guatemala there's a lot of oppression undo honduras i understand get it well when you into a country like mexico then claim asylum in mexico but when you when you go through mexico to claim a silent and us that's when i start scratching my head saying well i think maybe donald trump i have a point here joining us here john loboda former us congressman actually republican congressman not a big trump fan but i'm interested to see what he has to say about this mess it's happening in san diego here john good i watched this caravan like everybody else did all weekend long and here's the thing you know trump in his rally saturday night michigan he's decrying the laws that we have about this type of thing he said we have the worst start the the laws are not the problem eight by the way he also he dropped to wall he talks correctly about border security we most our border security right you didn't mention the wall anymore because the wall never gonna happen guys awol the whole way it's going to be some wall barrier some drugs some human guard know the whole time clutter trump is right to have brought this issue up in the campaign focused the.

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"loboda" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"I was going to enter a song in a contest here grants you're going to enter one of your songs roker nina look again reported so i got to do that curses ran out of the room inspire him we have we have someone a recording studio i know as well as radio i know hate me trump's war with us law enforcement has entered into a new phase and the drama began late friday night with the firing of deputy director deputy director andrew mccabe just twenty six hours before he would have qualified for full federal pension spurs it all ended sunday last night with a with a with a slew of presidential tweets that attacks mccabe former fbi director james combing special counsel robert mueller by name which i thought was interesting he never really attack retailer by name here to kind of break all that stuff down is is former new york congressman john loboda boots blasts is his website he is a frequent contributor pretty big networks as well be called podcast he wouldn't let me let me help you get your podcast going what's how can people listened to your podcast it's called revolution underscore the podcast you can get.

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"loboda" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"loboda" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"What do you think about this folks at the democrat party and the media have driven this entire thing look i don't know what this special counts will come up with these hiring all these these gunslingers you know they're trying to get people and perjury and obstruction and this had and the other i know what they do but in terms of what the originally argue member started with collusion and a move to obstruction of justice now i don't know where they are what do you think about this jonathan long island new york the great wabc go an audit be here i i'm a democrat but i am republican but at lukavica that the republican party a weapon letting go on the survey look look at ally that other party port the quite adler that really requent you've got a great crowd about it would have been many many years a little prior it's been looked up there just at it built on an editor at without a good look look at the my delays table and the colon it can back up a call by calling me now no both by battled at the president truck they went and coley favorite betty loboda investigation and he had very little we can cookbook it could about the gate cattle democratic two he thought he had a president to pardon my quick appeared in fact indicted and ultimately up out the violated the law it is very very possible and very likely to climb of the rape cohen who with a patriot handled that though choir survey data gathered by the democratic party has not on an equal opposite reaction on the republican side the group aggression should be any hint of coq with a guilty how did that by birth by the there is no doctor talk because there is no co lou grant and therefore rather than cuba now all of thumb target and then confederal corp guerrillaheld it with your door or prove something and we can look at every four operaton cutback elevated never had at a private woke at goro nodded within coley talk of both beautifully said councili appreciate his at your opening argument of your closing argument at the other got or any of the opening argument jonathan well done i appreciate it charge l wooden nebraska sirius satellite go erik mark spike you for taking the call yes sir.

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