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"lou one" Discussed on LeVar Burton Reads
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"lou one" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Thermometer used and recommended by hospitals, Physicians and clinics. Stay safe with ex surgeon Bubbles up in San Diego weather patchy fog overnight with lows in the fifties. Partly cloudy and a bit cooler tomorrow with highs in the upper sixties. A low seventies near the coast to the low eighties in the valleys right now, Escondido and Ramona at 73. Carlsbad at 66. Downtown San Diego. 70 I, Marilyn Heidar, Your next updated five Stay connected. Stay informed on San Diego's breaking news station with a two mile report Next news radio 600 Kogo. This is the day mile report with Carl DeMaio and Penrose. The fight continues. All right, calling all candidates. You Khun! Get one minute on our airwaves to make your final pitch. At 806, 100, Kogo, 806, 105, 646 and, Of course voters. You can get our handy dandy Voter Guide at Election Guide Calif dot org's election Guide Calif dot org's coming up at five o'clock, We're going to talk about a major legal decision that came down today. Against Gavin Newsom on the Koven 19 lockdowns. This could be a real game changer. But let's give these candidates sometime, Lou. First up line one who do we got? Ah, is it Cabrera? That's right. Alka Home City. That's right, Albert. You go ahead and give us your one minute pitch. Hello? Hey, Hamburg. Cabrera. Actually, I'm endorsed by Carl DeMaio. So what else can I say? Come on, go farther than that. Go ahead and tell us about your family Alcohol. Man of the year..
"lou one" Discussed on Everyday Guru
"No I agree I ate a lot of it is in your mind you know mind body connection. Absolutely. Absolutely. And I think that's why you're seeing such a shift a holistic medicine Absolutely my friend podcast gets over seven hundred, thousand downloads. Not Coincidence you know Oh, my goodness. That's incredible. Yeah. It's it's amazing. You know she was ready to give up. Her hope that you know Janet you're getting over seven hundred thousand dollars a year. Yeah. So that's that's incredible. People are looking for it. They're searching for it. Exactly they they're they're sick of doctors just WanNa to give third you on drugs wanted to be. Rats in a cage mean. Right that's up and then I think we have to have an appreciation for allopathic medicine b because it does have benefits. But. But it doesn't. It doesn't mean it's. It's the only option that people should look at. You know obviously, if you're you know in in a car accident, you need trauma surgeon there's no question about Oh. Yeah absolutely. Yeah. Invest has its place but. Have to be the end all be all exactly. Exactly you know. To to take responsibility and to not have an expectation that someone or some thing is going to heal you. Oh Yeah. Oh absolutely, and that's the thing you need. You need more than one. Expert. You can have a team I remember when I did volunteer work at a an organization that helped people with mental illness. Well, the Lou one of the local health clinic. They were like kind of word that we're going to take all the mentally ill people away from. It's not gonNa work and then eventually realize hey, you know, yeah, you know the play that volunteered for they couldn't bill for this that and the other thing I mean we when like they were medical practice so Mean and realize you know you can coexist. You don't you don't always have. Your against the attitude you know what I mean right it's just really important to have a holistic approach, any illness and disease you can work together. You know you don't. Have to be, competition. So. Yeah. So what?.
"lou one" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The house children with autism are improving so fast and I'm I'm not telling stories like I work for the doctor who is in now walnut creek which is they're not too far and you have a family with you know given the odd child with autism came there finally this child never spoke a word few days after they remove the wires this destructive big full sentences no problem and I cannot tell you how many farmers like that I know and I know a lot so that is not a good thing what you do want to do is start remove artifacts but you're in a house that I do so I I do believe you're going to stay in progress with your son thank you thank you robin thank you for the call robin alright one more here let's take one more call in this try Lou one more time Lou gets the last word with definite time over hello Lou hi can you hear me this far yeah I can hear you thank you Lou Hey all right when I got my phone out well it must've touched Lee mute button yes so no problem Sir I'm sorry I had a question for her and also a comment I was wondering you know civil carrying a cell phone currently is a hazard to is that slow yeah when I meet a lot of radiation have no more than ten of the meeting all of her decision yeah how should we handle that not apple cell phone or just what yeah so I think first it'll reduce your use of your phone and there's a lot of ways to do it I have a phone it's only for a few months but in the car turned off and it's only for emergencies because of no more pay fines if something happens I managed to do my work without a phone and I do a lot of work all over the country so I think yeah you can get the will or if you can handle without a cell phone and I do recommend people to do it but if you have two years of the ways to reduce your radiation first of all when you hold me can actually hard wired to the internet you can you should disable as many antennas in their phone as you possible when I'm not using it so when you can put it on airplane mode but that's not enough to stop radiation nowadays because the Bluetooth and wifi stay off after disable them independently if you disable the data on your phone you can still get cold make calls send texts of GAC taxes that may be a way to use your phone but have much less radiation so if your business is often the wifi is often the data itself you getting much less radiation so if you have to keep yourself on on top of safer way to do it I would also recommend getting a home phone but not using cordless phone by corded phone and then forward your calls to your home farm so starting use your home phone again more and more there's a lot of other ways I use you know over I. P. L. voice over IP phone so I can also get tax online and so there's a lot of ways but absolutely start and reduce your use of self on the final currently weighs under three day no no problem doing it just about decision does the talk over you are a an outstanding and very patient and knowledgeable guest any social media it would you like anyone to find you online or if they can find out more information about what you're doing yes are you can go to the children's health defense website you can also go to my previous organization website which is where the evidence although I don't keep it of Kerr is now that I work with that you're on top defense you can follow us on Facebook both the children's health defense and me personally my pages are with my name Dr Holger talk over and I'm I'm gonna fall off and and and help us help you know create change on this topic to follow what we do and help us thank you yeah thank you Daphne fantastic and again I appreciate you being a guest on our show all right morning calm ally in the mood a little bit coming.
"lou one" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The new album buddy thank you guys take care Hey man how about that is good stuff yep but then what else is great dub is bear knows pizza may be is little star pizza it it's the pizza that has constantly given back to Louisville and southern Indiana for well over forty years as what burnt hills does god bless them and right now during this cobit nineteen crisis they've been doing that since day one they've taken out over four hundred meals and pizzas to feed the new frontline people thats pharmacy workers that's grocery workers that said doctors that's also of first responders thank you bear does for what you do plus it's the only pizza that is a lever allowed in the with the household if you ever tasted Bernal's pizza well you'll know why it's a pizza made here by local and southern Indiana Indiana families that gives back to Lou one southern Indiana a residence why would you go anywhere else god bless you those pizza yeah it's that go back after this on newsradio eight forty WHAS sticker out from the Campbellsville university level traffic news radio eight forty WHAS traffic police with a broken down southbound sixty five it's a great blame but overall the right shoulder and out of the way earlier problems on Dixie highway just below the water some have been cleared if you spot traffic problems call the traffic tip line at four seven nine two three three six our next report is in fifteen minutes Chuck.
"lou one" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Send it to me I think after the influence any god said I needed a week I need a week of just beautiful sunshine and a breeze it was absolutely amazing a little baseball too you say though Anthony you'd never consider you wouldn't consider Florida because you don't have to pack up and run away from storms that's what I've always been worried about the with a lot of blame is the tropical storms I don't have to be concerned about my property all my things every time you know we have a storm on its way and that is the truth I mean that is something to think about that's what my wife brings up to me when I was hi Lou Lou one day so we get done doing **** can K. and right around the corner there building up we're north port is for those who have never been to that section of Florida who don't know north port where the Braves now have in their spring training it is twenty twenty seven miles from the Sarasota airport it's south of the Sarasota airport it would be north of the fort Myers airport and I gotta tell you folks it was god's country Anthony it was every day except for Friday it was like eighty two degrees eighty one degrees you're free signing a few clouds like blowing past and a breeze and a light breeze sounds amazing oh my gosh place out there and I'll have a somewhere I could stay when it comes to them I might do that might do that I mean we but if if we might consider it I have not been able to convince the person who makes the decisions.
"lou one" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"lou one" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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Earthquake App Provides Early Warnings
"The LA area shook early Friday thanks to a magnitude three point five earthquake centered near Compton but on Thursday Californians got access to an early warning system the could allow a heads up of up to twenty seconds just enough time to stop drop and take cover the early warning alert is available through an app called my shake developed in part by Richard Allen the director of the Berkeley seismological lab he joins us now from the UC Berkeley campus welcome great to be with you Lou Lou first things first to the app alert users to that Compton quite so no so that as quick as you said was any magnitude three and a half of quake and so we only send out alerts when the earthquakes of greater than a magnitude four point five and then we only send out the alert to regions expected to see shaking intensity three which means most people feel a bit of a jolt and how does it work what does it use to sense an incoming quake and then what does it do so what underlines the system is a system called chez Collette shaken that is a system that has traditional seismic sensors across all of California it detects the earthquake when it's under way and then with very rapid algorithms we analyze that data and we determine the area that is likely to experience shaking and so that's what creates the kernel of an alert and then once we have that the my shake system takes it it identifies the phone so that are in within a region that are gonna feel shaking and it pushes the alert out to those phones is there hope of increasing the time of the warning period to say minutes hours days is that something that you foresee might be something that science will be able to do so it's important to understand that earthquake early warning is about rapidly detecting an earthquake that's under way and then pushing out to know that ahead of the shaking so that gives us the limitation on the time how much time is that between when an earthquake starts and when people might feel the shaking our best estimate so that we can provide a few seconds to a few tens of seconds of warning with both the technology and the science we have at our disposal today now in the really big earthquakes that time cannot should be a few minutes and of course the research continues the development continues and we can see whether we can increase that for more than just a few seconds to a few tens of seconds we'll have to see what we cannot do is go beyond those minutes so when we talk about a few days now we're talking about prediction with talking about predicting when the earth quakes going to start that's a completely different problem we don't know how to solve that problem and so I think most seismologists would agree that's unlikely in the foreseeable future and obviously California is not the only place in the world that suffers earthquakes is this technology available elsewhere in the world it could be used anywhere else in the world so they're just a few places that have early warning today it's Mexico Japan and now California or the the big ones I'm in the challenge there is that they have to have these traditional seismic networks that are expensive to run and so that's one of the research pieces here with the my shake cap is it in fact in every X. S. smartphone is an accelerometer senses the deacon to tech to earth quakes and so what we're doing is we're exploring the ability to also detect the earthquakes with smartphones and if we can do that then we could do a quick early warning wherever they are smart phones and they're all basically smartphones wherever there are people so the ultimate goal here is to actually be able to deliver earthquake early warning around the globe and I assume you have the app on your phone of course I've had the app on my phone for quite some time I've been faithful genet to be getting the leads a quite a few months at this point Richard Allen is the director of the Berkeley seismological lab and help develop a new earthquake early warning app thank you
"lou one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"lou one" Discussed on KCRW
"Guess who second film is a fickle world Lou Lou one but I guess I was single postures to was I felt like I wonder if you would do a dealer genre there because just felt easier to try to put ideas into almost a Trojan horse well it yes and no I mean the the fact that I was working within a genre it was because the my financier and producer Bernadette she came to me wanting to make a romantic comedy and you know that was how the conversation started was that her saying you know I've I I really miss the romantic comedies of the fifties the screwball CL or even the early nineties just as something charming something thoughtful and so we started talking and I had pitcher a few ideas and so I think the genesis of the of of how the project started was through as the lines of making the intent of making a romantic comedy always good I guess it's interesting to free look at the farewell this is voiced by tell your he's with movies about because we were talking it's sort of these theoretical terms about it but given up so if you will of Tracy of the story of the farewell this farewell is loosely based on my family my grandmother was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer a few years ago and my family's holds me this and said you know she's given by the doctor about three months to live but in China they are you usually don't tell the patient will tell the family members instead and let the family decide when it's best to tell the patient and in our situation our family decided it would be best not to tell her at all at least for the time being and we needed to go see her and so in order to create a an excuse for us to see her without making her suspicious they use my cousin and his girlfriend and have them get married and have a wedding as the premise under which we were all going to have this year reunion I guess I was thinking a little bit and go the way we meet your your protagonist bill is almost like meeting a screwball comedy heroin is almost like meeting Carole Lombard and my man Godfrey or something like that where she's not really connected to the real world and but it is clearly CMOS full of feeling and is living this life that she sort of set out for us of the service show that she's not part of our family but by the end she is part of a family in ways and I think we've been surprising to her and it could have been a much you could have played it for because it is against using the first have shown kind of a absurd premise for those of us who westerners you could have played it more for county but you have to be made a decision to sort of make it as real as possible didn't you yeah and in some ways the absurdity is billing herself as the as the lone westerner to kind of charging in thinking that she's right you know despite this like very ancient culture in these very wise people who are much older and much more experience than her for her to go but truth freedom I mean that's the three eighty I mean there is almost a really twenty sentry kind of American narcissism that goes back to Scott fitzgerald this idea of the individual thinking that the rules about them when in fact it is not and I mean I just think about for me this is a she's trying to talk to the doctors with him now this seems file you doing that yeah but the she's looking for somebody to tell her that she's right exactly and I don't want to give too much away by going on to what happens but Zach Kerr does are set by the idea of her at least she thinks she has agency because she's got a mission right and basically the second half of the movie which Mexico from feeling almost like a a Mike Leigh movie to a screwball comedy and why yeah and I it does a I sort of the go between the two genres of you well like you know because yeah is it sometimes in my mind I thought it was a screwball comedy this is the set up is certainly screwball but then in scenes that are more intimate with the family where you're trying to understand the characters and their own relationships to the grandmother and this loss and what that means it goes much more than likely direction yeah but I mean I think even the sense of agency is very western aid you know both in like life and in school in screenwriting right because you go at I have got to have agency gotta have catharsis we've got a sort of break this thing open and from an eastern philosophy perspective it's like why you know what you want to achieve is balance so why do you want conflict a because I was wanting to have your thought about making a play more mellow dramatically at some point because you could of I guess so I mean we we we certainly talked about that in the development process but for me the melodrama is internal and that's part of the comedy I've always X. and been fascinated with that both in this film and posthumous you know the mellow drama of an artist you know like my voice you know like this isn't for money it's about learning it's almost that self satirizing about they care to those is that need to dramatize everything exactly you know but on the business side people do as well and they're just like you know the you know well like somebody's got to keep the roof the roof over our heads rate in and so I think whichever direction you go people are all cliches were all cliches were all some some form of as much as we fight that were all some form of a of a of a stock character Wilson was mighty archetype yes partial type archetype yes that's a good one that I'm stung so much I'm sick of being a cliche but that you like playing with me because you do place archetype and theme and and that's why I was asking you we're gonna start about literature because it feels to me like a much more literary approach than a filmic approach and hearing that you weren't really a and you want a film student and that sources came our literature because there is on you mentioned Russian literature and there's almost a you know laughing at the gallows kind of sense to a lot of that stuff and with this also means is much as if you were to explains my list of all the mafia become to terrify the side of his that in Hollywood I want to make this easier he does nothing for the first forty minutes he can't get out of bed again time is a breeze passing his face just leave it like that but there's also some really lyrical about that as we're talking about that's about billion that way what time is this thing we can sort of see the connection between her and her grandmother that way and and how fast time moves not just it feels like all of it to me in that there's a connection in some ways billion a grandmother the same person and time passing so quickly you know it at least I felt like in some spiritual way you could say that album office by the way you think yes I do think that it is the sense of being an immigrant when you go back you know to your home country it's it's it's almost like hell at people see you you can't see yourself gaining weight if you're looking in the mirror every day or or changing our growing older but if there's periods of time that you don't see a person it's other people recognize it much more because they see the before and they see the after and not the the slow transition in between and so that is the feeling of going back to China regularly but not often enough is that every time you go back things are so significantly different you you really see at people's aging I mean that's something I experience with my parents to as are getting older because I'm not with them every day and every time I go back go home did they always look like that are they getting older ET but it was healing thing like that before and you know you start to notice these things and you I think you just sense time passing in a much more visceral way this is thing too by the way even her plane travel does going back and forth across continents and just the way in fact Billy's greeted when she comes back which of these both ask this kind of funny thing because it does have that big a deal but she's kind of like an invading force which again is becomes to me kind of the the comedy in this film too yeah yeah they say they see her in a way a bit like that the uncle you know the extended family members this this is sort of like a western force that is somewhat uncontrollable because we all know that Americans are too transparently where our hearts on our sleeves we like to express our truth and so I think that they see her as a threat and that way because that you it's it's it's going to be drawn and for good reason because look honestly if I think back on my on my childhood on my growing up we because a lot of drama every time we went home to my grandparents house we'd get into an argument about something in front of my grandmother as much as we don't want to add a maker bear witness to that somehow it would come up my mother would blame me for my brother dropping out of college and turn into this massive fight make program other would just be sitting on the side of being like can we not fight like you guys are home for three days this party was going this time the trying compressed so much into a short visit and of course are gonna be tensions to you putting pressure on yourself but it was interesting to that you can somebody lied who's not known as being a dramatic actress but clearly in our Griffin who understands the weight of words and and the way her speaking rhythms change when cheese is also she's paying more attention initially to what she's saying what else because she I mean there's so many things going on but when you talk about that too and and and finding that with her because it's cheap sounds like a different person one twenty leaves America too and not just in speak the language but also the way she's aware of her words yeah and that's very much you know a testament to Norris performance because that's that's very real you know she learned Chinese for this movie she doesn't really speak Chinese as well as the the character does and I I speak pretty fluently so we kind of found this in between and I tailor the character Mork for her speaking abilities and she had a dialect coach the yeah there's a sort of frustration but also a carefulness when you don't speak the language there it's it's at let's sell it when you speak fluent Chinese it just kind of flows very melodic as well but when you don't speak it well it comes out quite harsh and kind of stilted I mean I really don't speak Chinese but it was evident to me that this is almost a she's watching the words come out of her mouth yes which I thought was really interesting because it's almost like carelessness the way she's talking to our parents on the phone she's in America and yeah why I know if I just wanna say this is what they want to hear yeah and so this conversation won't go any further but there's no awareness of the weight and the power of words when she's in town and I thought was really interesting yeah and it's it's just another way in which you're relegated to being a child in front of your parents in front of your family in China because you don't have the language and so sometimes I'm arguing with my parents and I want to be taken seriously and I have a very serious point that I'm making and I'll I'll be like you know but you don't even close the door and my mom will be like you just you don't even know what you just said that that's not the right word for door Hey you know or whatever it is you know that's not a theme for movie I don't know what because like I guess it's it's again this is so much about send it in and if you think about what literature does and and and that that sense of how words matter and and for almost justices of sessions sort of detailing this world is going on a spinning wheel of him participating in it I don't mean to keep going back to that but no I love him but I was also a really differs so thinking a lot of I don't know if you've read it Baldwin's invisible man uhhuh but that that also that sense of being observed from watching an absurd world where life and death is a play going on around it too that's what comes to thinking about as much as anything and and both of these films you Duncan almost be short stories and I wanted someone who's ever start to write them as as as prose pieces of that and then they became film or are you out of with a farewell I did actually because I didn't think that I was gonna get to make it into a feature and so I come from a writing background I've been writing since I was very young my mother's a writer so I thought well if I can't make that I can't tell the story the way I want to in film because the people I initially talked to kept wanting to push it towards a broader comedy I came back and said well you know what's important for me is just to get these words down these these experiences down on paper so I wrote it as a short story and actually put it aside but it was this short story that I submitted this American life when Neil drumming that producer came to me he said do you have any stories as well there's one I wrote a very first rough draft of as a short story so don't don't judge me on my writing but it kind of tells the story SO one from being a film to then a short story.
"lou one" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Okay. And if he lives up to the hype it any way shape before, you can be patient. You don't have to rush it. And you don't want to just get with the Lakers. Have you want Evers out there? You want to discuss potential free ages. You wanna choir current all stars. You want choir current assets, that's going to build around a guy that many believe is going to be a franchise changing player is I Williamson Jalen, I'm of the belief too, Anthony Davis trade will happen before they draft Zion. Do you agree with that? No. Really that. No. No. So you think they will? Grant Williamson invite him in the have a press conference. Introducing him and he'll be wearing the pelicans hat. And he'll Jeff you really believe that I do. I do believe that why here's what why rush. Why what's the rush? I'm not moving him before the free agent Domino's happen because that's going to be the most important thing to happen in the league if those who have paying attention. Kevin Durant got injured so who the favorite winning championship now next year? Absolutely. No idea. I've no. I've no idea. There you go. So, so, so, so, so why rush there, there is no reason to rush you take your time, you get the best deal and you figure out? Okay. This is what happened. This is what half will carry date. Jimmy Butler Tobias Harris, Klay Thompson, you all of that happen. You know Lou one at a top players in the game..
"lou one" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"lou one" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"lou one" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Latin solve this. From the Latin. Thank you shouldn't have said. As Nancy said, it sounds like redact. I don't think I think I think attacked can't mean the opposite of redact. That's easy. And ruined pages and a print run a mistake in printing. Again, reminds me of redact in that pun was so easy. I think he just didn't have much time. There actually is a word for a mistake in print, which is unfortunately, Eddie, oh, insured, Lou. One hundred years ago. I saw an off off Broadway performance by Charles ludlum's theatre of the ridiculous where they presented the entire ring cycle in about an hour and a half and the title of it was daring got for blonde jet. Plenty of. So I would by the year dish for that is such a thing to say I'd kind of by that. But because Nancy's nodding her head. Yes, I know it has to be Caroline. I can also see a beautiful Melissa Lewis as she used the word. The Germans looking at the data it act. Well, I think it's you wanna go with Caroline. We're going to go with Caroline. I just can't believe it's. The doctor of Hebrew came up with the word. Murray. I just don't. Caroline. They think that good act means an organ pipe in a cuckoo clock. Is that in fact what it means? It's a hairball. No, it's the organ pipe in a cuckoo clock. Ten.
"lou one" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"By Commons may suffers historic defeat in the guardian the times dismay in the express no deal. No hope no confidence in the mirror and crushed in the Scotsman fighting for her life in the Daily Mail. It goes. On on on on on on a day. Like, this is one of the days where you want to be reading the British press because they are. Absolutely. So they haven't helped back, and it will not make happy reading for Theresa May this morning. I we're gonna move along to other topics papers. But it's it's it's curious isn't it Lewis because you look at all the coverage and Olivares headlines that you've just referenced the stench of crisis is thick and yet every indication the Theresa May. We'll just carry on his prime minister it it's real. It's remarkable. She will not face a threat to topple leadership with from within our own party. She's unlikely to to lose the vote today in no confidence. There's no great appetite for a new leader. So despite the biggest defeat any prime minister is faced and the while probably in history. She's absolutely secure in her position. What happens next though, no one knows over she will try and do something and what she got out of Brussels. We don't know what the house apartment will. Cept? We still doubt. Now in a strange way, you wake up this morning and not much as actually changed from yesterday. Bizarre bizarre situation after crossing all the options until they're unless let's take a look at the financial times the election's over in the Congo continuing to make news. Yeah. I love this headline because it's a complete opposite. When by more traditional British headlines, in a way, that British sense of understatement fraud tents Congo poll as data reveal for you, Lou one. Now taints is basically the wrong person has been declared the winner of the elections in Congo. I think that's more than tainting know, if I go out for a nice meal, and I'm not so keen on the desert, then my evening, maybe tainted by when the wrong person is declared the winner of an election allegedly. Now's more than tainting anyone. It's remarkable article a by the F T apart from the headline basically saying you may remember Joseph Kabila is being president for eighteen years or so in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This was due to be the. The first peaceful handing over power while really ever in the Congo DR congress history, they have declared provisional results where Felix achieve Sadaaki one. And now the allegation is that he's done a deal with Kapila toe to the he wins could be that kind of retains power behind the scenes now two sets of data that the F T of pulled through analyzed actually reveal the Martin for. You was the true winner with fifty nine percent of the vote. According to one set a sixty two percents until the votes code into another sector data on this mirrors. Of course, you might remember at the time the Catholic church coming out saying they are very clear of who the winner was given their analysis narrow action. So this is an absolute travesty. We have a real chance that was a real chance. Very peaceful handover of power in this country. And it seems that fraud means the wrong person. Has been declared the winner absolutely astonishing investigation that if the F T an astonishing astonishing to uncover so many strange factors behind that. Incorrect result at let's move along Lewis to the times a page Twenty-three. Is it a piece in here about the actress Jamila Djamil who a little people will remember from the good place the Netflix series NBC if you're in the United States, but she's turned down a role for interesting reason. Yeah on this issue comes up again. And I'm always fascinated by because I simply don't have an ounce on I like making up my mind about most things, this is a really complicated history. Basically, she's an actress she was out she possibly deaf. I'm she'd have operations now to improve Harir hair. And but she was offered a role. The was a deaf woman, and she refused it saying this should go to a defe- partially deaf. Actress instead rather than her I find it fascinating..
"lou one" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"The madman phase called in front of his team. And then he had like a loser. Soccer talking. A you know, I remember when I was in ninth grade, and I was picking on. Oh, lou. One word bleeds another. Who white noise? Also talked about this. I guess I guess he Charles Barkley had a a real feud. It wasn't like one of these make believe they didn't get along for a while. Then they guess they patched that. So he did that one any talk. The Leno Jay Leno to guests on yesterday. He opened up with two big name shacking. Jay leno. He says I talked about he struggled how he struggled with dyslexia. We also talked about what he took the tonight show, then they took it away from him and his innermost private thoughts about it. A few years, you may a little money. Like somebody asked Leno about doing stand up. You know, what it's like to be a stand up comic be so successful. And he hits responses like. You get the check like everybody like just like. Like anyone can do it. Check check. It's for fifty thousand dollars. Stay what you talk about. You talk about hitting the road doing stand up comedy. And you're more like a bear in a cage looking for a way to Detroit. Hey, you tell you, man. I.
"lou one" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"But other than that that's not enough to be a playoff team. You've gotta have more decisive games in not pulling out all these at the end. And that's exactly what happened if they would've won one more of those games. They're not in the situation, but they put themselves in the. Situation. And they've got nobody to blame but themselves we've got no we need to blame but themselves them. So that point we just gotta hope that they do the right things and come back, and we have a a thousand nineteen veto. Yeah. George New Year's. Yeah. They would've won the chargers game. We'd be having a different conversation though. That was a game. They should have one. You know what? They win that charges game. I don't know if they lose the Oakland game. I I think I think there's a domino effect too. But that makes me wonder then if they if they win the. If they win the New England game. So I mean, there's there's so many. I mean, if that we can look at but this is the situation we're in right now. Unfortunate. But it happened. You know, what let's go back to your your earlier thought excuse me with hope it just makes them humble and they come back with a fire in. That's that's all always gonna look at now in something crazy happens, which we none of us think that it will. But you would think that if somehow that they get in then they're going to. You wanna see different mindset and something different than what we saw in field tonight. Even though ended with a win. But thank you so much for everything. It's been a great, even and we'll talk to you more. Thank you. That'd be new you and your families. Sam you. Well, yeah. Definitely happy new year to beat the we appreciate all his contributions. Tony where does this teen go from here? Well, I had. You have two different direction with the the. Kief out there. He can't continue this same. Thing with with the defense. You have to hear it to him. And to me that that's the only place, you know, I think had a good year. And I think you say the office according, but you definitely have to chain coordinators. I if I'm. Aren't really the second definitely have to go in a different direction on defense. Well, you know, there are going to be some other changes on the team Lou one glaring. I don't know. And I don't really think that Ramon foster comes back next year. So I can actually see them looking for a nother offense lineman. If he does come back Joe come back on the very cheap. He will be cut. They cut ties with them. And maybe late later in the offseason, they would bring him back. But that's just remains to be a question. Mark there don't know of Marcus Gilbert. I feel like we didn't really have work is over on this team all year anyways. I know he played in some games. I don't expect Marcus to be back. You know? I'm looking down. I'm walking down the roster. I don't know. Vance McDonald situation, I he can possibly be a free agent. But I'd love to see him back crisp. Boswell? That's a big question. Mark. I know they would him a lot of money, but. Do you really want to? Play that game again next year. We could talk. That's something. We haven't talked about yet is it's Chris Boswell almost makes me wonder if. I mean have you heard anything yet? Because I don't believe he was injured. He was talking on Thursday. Like, he feels like he finally turned the corner next to, you know, us on I r so I think that was a mental health move. I don't know. Yeah. It was pretty weird because you hear you heard nothing all of a sudden Napa famous with with with the the kicker going to week seventeen. So I'm thinking, it was more like you said, I mental health issue. And and they were gonna you know, see what happens in twenty nineteen. Well, also to me it smells of the game. They played all year with him. They brought they brought tickers twice this year to try to scare him. I believe this was a move. This is a low impact moved to say, hey, you're replaceable. And although. Lee still went through. They weren't perfect. They work pretty, but they all went through the kickoff were were rough. But you know, no problem. But for me, I mean, I still think it's the game. They're playing with them..