18 Burst results for "Ludmila"
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov 3: Russian Operas
"The flight of the Bumblebee has become much more famous than the opera for which Nikolai Ski Korsakov routed today. Bits of other Russian operas that have become better known in the concert hall then on the Opera Stage they call Me Kyle. Glinka the father of Russian classical music you hardly ever see Glinka opera Muslim and Ludmilla but you hear the overture. All the time well at least loosely. Ludmila has been performed. That's more than you can say for some operas. Lada flopped twice the first time a Russian theatre asked four different composers to collaborate writing combination. Opera Ballet. That Malaysia was never performed. Then rimsky-korsakov who was one of the four composers recycled the music he'd written into a melodic of own. That Lotte lasted all of six performances. Malaga is a funny title. Sergei PROKOFIEV program called the love for three oranges. The love for three oranges is about a prince who finds the princess? He loves inside. An orange one of three oranges. Love is a big problem for the title character in an opera by Tchaikovsky. Called Eugene on Yagan. A girl named Tatyana falls in love with gene on Yagan. But he doesn't fall in love with her until it's too late and she's married to someone else. The two of them always seemed to be meeting up at a ball. So Tchaikovsky put plenty of dance music including this waltz into his office part of Modesto Missouri Skis Opera. Boris good enough takes place in a Polish court where they do a Polish Vance the pullen his another Russian opera with famous dances in it is by Alexander Barra. Dean. Borodino was a professor of chemistry. Who only got to write music in his spare time. His only opera was prince eager in which the prince eager gets captured. While fighting the pile-up Ziems the best known. Part of the opera is when the Pelosi enslaves entertain prints e core by singing. Dancing Borodino died before he could finish prince eager but two of his friends who knew how he wanted it to sound finished it for him. One of those friends was Nikolai. Rimsky-korsakov whose flight of the Bumblebee is far more famous than the tale of our Sultan. The opera for which he wrote
"ludmila" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"It's possible that a panicked run might lead some hikers to trip and injure themselves but as we discussed last week. Ludmila DUBINA. Nc Manzella terrific were missing. There is Alexander Kaleva toss eyebrows had been ripped off so deeply. His skull was exposed ru stem Slobodan. Skull was fractured. These injuries couldn't have been self inflicted no matter how terrified the students were. And then there's the highly concentrated nuclear residue Karman Vortex. Streets are many things but they're not radioactive. That leads us to suspect. The students deaths weren't natural at all. They had to have been attacked and exposed to radiation perhaps as part of a Soviet nuclear experiment at the height of the Cold War the US and the USSR were competing in a nuclear arms race. Each nation pushed to develop long range missiles and establish dominance or at least maintain a d'attente via mutually assured destruction. These experiments were top-secret often conducted in isolated areas to decrease the chances that a civilian might stumble upon a classified weapons test but perhaps a group of lost hikers wandering from their trail could have accidentally stumbled upon a nuclear test side. Maybe they didn't even realize what they'd found. They merely saw flashes of light in the sky as nuclear test. Missiles arked above the earth and foolishly. They snapped pictures. These were merely students. They didn't have political connections they weren't spies but in the eyes of the Soviet military. This was a team of outsiders who had entered a secured area and photographs sensitive military information. They had to be silenced. And it wasn't enough to kill the GATT LOFT group. They had to be taught a lesson. The Soviet military tortured them may be experimented on them. They left nine bodies so gruesomely mangled their cause of death. Baffled generations to come..
"ludmila" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Years of communist power. Russia wasn't surgery new identity. Saint Petersburg was Russia's old capital. Founded by Dr Peter the great as Russia's window on Europe in nineteen Ninety-one Ludmila on her husband. Anatoly Sobchak felt they were following in Peter the great footsteps when they suggest that the referendum on changing the city's name back to Saint Petersburg. They too wanted to develop a closer relationship between Russia and European countries that the growth ski clergy, the blood of many Russian people was given the city it was called Leningrad for just a short time compared to the centers when it was Saint Petersburg. It's a symbol. Return to the blessing of Saint, Peter. We will get rid of the curse that has been on our city for almost seventy years by curse on our city. Sub? Check meant the decades of communist dictatorship communists, had promoted Russia's old capital as the birthplace of their revolution. In nineteen seventeen in nineteen twenty four they named it Leningrad in honor of lousy millennium the leader of the revolution. Since that time Lennon's teaching had been sacred to generations of Soviet communists. What is so yet power? What is the meaning of this new kind of power? It means that whereas in the past the state was controlled by capitalists or the rich now for the first time the state is controlled by the classes exploited under capitalism Soviet school. Children learned passages like this from Lennon's speeches by heart, but in nineteen Ninety-one Ludmila narrow server and her fellow reformers offered a completely different interpretation of Lennon's legacy. Studying in the salmon bullshit police them. I believe Lenin was a great populist. He promised factories to workers and land to peasants sees populist promises. Never to be fulfilled. That was what Lenin was all about. He created the first concentration camps for those who oppose the new power and sent many leading intellectuals into exile such talk in rage, Leningrad's communists. People were shocked by such a radical revision of history throughout the referendum campaign city. Residents took to the streets to debate the issues the BBC correspondent in Leningrad witness daily clashes between supporters of both counts. Our great city will come back to life under the name of Peter the great. Campaigners who want to Leningrad restored to the original Petersburg gathered in the main square in determined mood despite torrential rain, the hardline communists are fighting to keep Leningrad.
"ludmila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Searching you identity. Petersburg was Russia's old capital. Founded by czar, Peter the great as Russia's window on Europe in nineteen Ninety-one Ludmila and her husband, totally subject felt they were following in Peter the great footsteps when they suggested the referendum on changing the city's name back to Saint Petersburg. They too wanted to develop a closer relationship between Russia and European countries that the growth ski clergy the blood of many Russian people was given for this city. It was called Leningrad, but just a short time compared to the centers when it was Saint Petersburg videoed. It's a symbol. We return to the blessing of Saint, Peter. We will get rid of the curse that has been on our city for almost seventy years. Buy a curse on our city sub. Check meant the decades of communist dictatorship. Communists had promoted Russia's old capital as the birthplace of their revolution. In nineteen seventeen in one thousand nine hundred ninety four they named it Leningrad in honor of logic. Marilyn the leader of the revolution. Since that time Lennon's teaching had been sacred to generations of Soviet communists. What is so power? What is the meaning of this new kind of power? It means that whereas in the past the state was controlled by capitalists or the rich now for the first time the state is controlled by the classes exploited under capitalism Soviet school. Children learned passages like this from Lennon's speeches by heart, but in nineteen Ninety-one Ludmila narrow civil and her fellow reformers offered a completely different interpretation over Lennon's legacy. In the Sam. Police them. I believe Lenin was a great populist. He promised factories to workers and land to peasants sees populist promises. Never to be fulfilled. That was what Lenin was all about. He created the first concentration camps for those who oppose the new power and sent many leading intellectuals into exile such talk in rage, Leningrad's communists. People were shocked by such a radical revision of history throughout the referendum campaign city. Residents took to the streets to debate the issues the BBC correspondent in Leningrad witness daily clashes between supporters of both. Our great city will come back to life under the name of Peter the great. Campaigners who want Leningrad restored to the original sin? Petersburg gathered in the main square in determined mood despite torrential rain, the hardline communists are fighting.
"ludmila" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"He's on the line from Prague Maxine. Tell us more about Ludmila Kozlovsky judging obviously is the Korean citizen, but she is a prominent civil society activists from Poland. And I might say that she's more popular more well known in Holland ended back in Ukraine. So basically she has been doing the job of promoting democracy and fighting for human rights. But after a her husband who's Paul as you mentioned posted a nine to anti-government critique on his Facebook and it went viral. They actually faced a lot of harassment and you know, and competing on from the government from government supporters and dumb. She ended up being deported but through absolutely astonishing move of a pollen twos knee loop powers to do so and actually lodging her to this system which is called Schengen information system that infective Lee banned her from any Schengen country for years to come now. I mean, that's an extraordinary move and Shuli it goes against everything that the EU is trying to promote. Well, first of all, obviously you're right. This system wasn't just designed for these kind of a abuses and the second of all. It's, you know, I did consulting with some lawyers to actually see whether it's a freak accident where it could be done. Mm, by other governments in turns out, for example, that if I'm giving you this interview and now any government or liberal government within the EU is upset with his interview, they can lodge the complaint to the cicis cysts system and get me for example, deported from any country in the u. doesn't matter way our reside and it's legal, yes, it's completely legal and the the most upstanding part about it that there is no system of appeal, and you cannot actually take you yourself out of the system were arguing behalf of the illegitimate. If if you think a decision to do so in again, this system just wasn't designed to deal with all these kind of issues. And when we have Poland polish government, that is now increasingly recognize including by European Commission as the country were a Justice system is compromised. Now we have to deal with the issue how that. Compromise Justice systems effects, overall European Union Justice system. And as we see with this with this example, there are clear on clear threats that coming from on that particular example. So Kelly then is to be some big policy shift. I mean, I is the looking at this well now we have several legal cases at European Commission, for example, lodged against Holland..
"ludmila" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The california highway patrol has identified a woman killed by a falling tree on interstate six eighty and danville yesterday morning officials say that surly before nine o'clock the car driven northbound by fifty eightyearold ludmila visor of danville was hit by fifty sixty foot tree near the l sarah boulevard offramp she was pronounced dead at the scene investigators haven't figured out why the tree fell the tree slow traffic until early in the afternoon yesterday mark the end of net neutrality rules as we've known it kcbs has mike kogan reports ponce smaller internet service providers will be negatively impacted it's going to be premised on who pays the ice be the most money which will lean heavily towards the already dominant internet firms and the problem for that is it gets you'll essentially destroys the startup culture we've had in this country so much of our new products come from kind of the brilliant idea in the garage esto falco legislative council for the electron ick frontier foundation feels it's just a matter of time when the repeal is overturned every poll that has come out since the sec embarked on this journey to repeal trolleys indicated overwhelming support for keeping net neutrality that includes republicans independents and democrats alike super majorities across the board so i think this this will work itself out over time we're just going to have to fight fairly hard in the coming months and years the fcc cadets fixing problems with net neutrality will result in faster internet speeds the silicon valley bureau by colgan kcbs california regulators have found the cheesecake factory and two of its contractors.
"ludmila" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"He was incredible inhale cbs's dumb cowboy actor who got put in big movies and he didn't know how to act in big movies and he was a great character and all we heard about and it ties in with that first little bullet point you read off about how you know the tone of the film was great and had a lot to do with his performance because he didn't necessarily know how to do lord miller's like that that's a lot of chatter was before ron howard sets in the picture but seeing this movie i can hundred percent say that you cannot see a faulty moment in his performance i don't think no and i think it's great little little idiosyncrasies of harrison ford and then he makes them his as an actor you would've noticed this there was certain physical things like he kept a lot of tension in his jewel the way that harrison ford does and he was very dry he has a sort of a wool up so he tries to be tough guy but he's not but in this film we see him and he's still malleable the as in put up that hod exterior yet did find one secret piece of gossip that are named the source from but the kira character who was played by mealy clung ludmila wanted somebody else to play that role can't say who it is but they were never happy with the costing of amelia i'll fuck it i'll just say they wanted.
"ludmila" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Work every single second i am ludmila choke i am an investigative journalist in propaganda major our producer met at a coffee shop and chip described the two months that she spent working undercover there the troll factory this is twenty fifteen subject told us a few hundred people would be in the building at any given time and they were divided into groups those with the best english posed as americans greeing accounts on facebook and on twitter and then they would use those troll accounts to stir up trouble on say the us election race relations which in snack with a putinite bisco from this laughable when wooden says we do not know about tros or the tros do not exist because when anyone looks through the kremlin newspapers or state tv they can see the propaganda in that media is the exact same stuff that the tros are posting chuck wrote blog posts for the live journal account of an imaginary russian woman and these posts were meant for russian readers to try to inflame antiamerican feelings these posts they got creative nikola tesa is bull and that we made up oppose about the new computer games created in the states the even kids love to play in the theme of the game was slavery and this was to steer negative tensions words americans as the creators of this game game of course which never existed much like the woman writing about the game all of it was fake and just as americans wonder about trolls and bots and figure counts sowing division and discord in the united states ludmila sav chuck told us she worries about the impact on russian society they have nothing in public care though go for the public it is harmful because we are brainwashed we won't be able to understand what is really happening we're put against one another and we are sliding back to the old ways when we were searching for the enemy among us our friends and colleagues bet feeling from the soviet times i can feel it everywhere so our voice there from the trenches the production line as it were of a russian troll factory there was a troll factory at the center of the indictments that special counsel robert muller's team recently announced same troll factory in saint petersburg same troll factory in saint petersburg you can see it there on page five.
"ludmila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Holidays the factory work every single second i am too i am an investigative journalist in propaganda major producer met ludmila sav shook at a coffee shop and sacha described the two months that she spent working undercover there the troll factory this is twenty fifteen subject told us a few hundred people would be in the building at any given time and they were divided into groups those with the best english posed as americans greeing accounts on facebook and on twitter and then they would use those troll accounts to stir up trouble on say the us election race relations which is mitch knocker putinite episkopi at this laughable when wooden says that we do not know about trolls or the tros do not exist because when anyone looks through the kremlin newspapers or state they can see the propaganda in that media is the exact same stuff that the tros are posting chuck wrote log posts for the live journal account of an imaginary russian woman and these posts were meant for russian readers to try to inflame antiamerican feelings these posts they got creative team nikola count is now for we made a pulse about a new computer games created in the states the even kids love to play and the game was slavery and this was staring negative tensions words americans as the creators of this game a game of course which never existed much like the woman writing about the game all of it was fake and just as americans wonder about trolls and bats and figure counts sowing division and discord in the united states ludmila sacha told us she worries about the impact on russian society washing go hoping for the public it is harmful because we're brainwashed we won't be able to understand what is really happening we put against one another in we're sliding back to the old ways when we were searching for the enemy among us our friends and colleagues that feeling from the soviet times i can feel it everywhere so a voice there from the trenches the production line as it were a russian troll factory there was a troll factory at the center of the indictments that special counsel robert muller's team recently announced same troll factory in saint petersburg same troll factory in saint petersburg you can see it there on.
"ludmila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of that muller indictment ludmila saf check says she actually worked with several of the trolls were named in the muller indictment she told us she's delighted that they have been charged with interfering in the us election she hopes every single one of those trolls is prosecuted you know one point just to enlarge on something she you heard her hint at their subject told us she is absolutely convinced the kremlin controls the troll factories and then of course there's something the kremlin denies this brings us back to a question that we began with do russians believe that their government is messing with american politics and if so do they care so i had the most fascinating debate about this with a couple of russians here at the npr moscow bureau let me introduce you to these two guys constantly engage journalist analysts middle of the road he's affiliated with the carnegie moscow center and then sergei markov who is a former member of the duma russia's parliament and as you will hear here's a putin got so i wanted to play you a few of the highlights of our discussion which started with this basic question i said us intelligence has concluded that russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen presidential election i asked these two do you buy it and do you buy the flat amir putin personally ordered that interference campaign here's constantine guys they don't believe in terms of order as official order in terms of some beck negotiations totally informal not even giving the freedom go or knowing the plan of operation just if we can do so let's do so so that's one voice now here's sergei markov i'm upset or cashew and put it on mr asia russian foreign ministry and the russian television service did not interfere to the united states elections you're sure they did not answer to show the fury's on you mentioned that united states and sarah's told that clear evidence that russia authorities in these unanimous opinion you haven't seen you is we are not you do not we think that american people losing its control over the united states.
"ludmila" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Something that just happens or of i'm sure you have a hand in this don't you um we we really love chamber music and our home and obviously it's two of us that play together and also we invite other people to our house and we played together semtex we'd double on the instruments and i cannot agree more with alan with the third thing that we just love getting together and making music and for all of my chamber groups i am this x aspect of friendship and just being together as human beings and being friends is the most important part of this music me can i think i always encourage them to get pizza together to play games together in we involve chamber coaches also in games and yell and scream and just become little kids around the table and then make music together so i think i think it makes us better people and better musicial musicians as sellers to woodward rochester road passing time pleasantly i mean you've ludmila yourself have have been responsible for a not not a few you know fish off winning chamber ensemble so we're at a very very high level of fun admit that yes well but of course you know when when i am a friend with my tears yawn peers musicians these young amazing talents then i can drive them and pushed them for greater work um better intonation and the work the word becomes really hard and they started getting together more often and but still you know we never do it for the sake of went in a competition we do it for the sake of making music on a higher level.
"ludmila" Discussed on WTVN
"New type of health and disease sri corporations or your great learned when you look at the one where people were crammed on a day before going for example surely something that if they reach that kind of scale ludmila would be something with you offer italy corporations are you are quite large when you look at the number of people are working at madonna di before going for example it certainly something that if they reach that kind of scale literally be something with you offer externally kantor know act as a model for other companies to do the same thing the economy is one of the key topics president trump will address turns nights state of the union address the white house says the president has been working on perfecting the speech and has not been focusing on a controversial house intelligence demo said to point fingers at the justice department enough the eye for surveillance of the trump campaign is part of the russia investigation abc senior white house correspondent cecilia vega house republicans voted to release a classified memo targeting the fbi for its handling of that russia pro they say it exposes bias in the justice department president trump pushed for the release of this memo even as his own justice department called that move extremely reckless democrats are crying foul over the committal today is a bill to protect young athletes makes its way through congress house just pass this bill monday and today goes to the senate the bill is intended to prevent future predators from abusing young athelte today is a bill to protect young athletes makes its way through congress how stressed pass this bill monday and today goes to the senate the bill is intended to prevent future predators from abusing young athlete interactions between minors and adults and also improve mandatory training to prevent abuse abc's linsey davis dow down to hundred and sixty two points this hour one interactions between minors and adults and also improve mandatory training to prevent abuse abc's linsey davis dow down two hundred and sixty two points this hour as some of.
"ludmila" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"What has happened this week said is had with a different coin a different is all along the going along with the president said the dreamers daca street corners it out as okay and wants to have some border security we will we have a responsibility to secure border so we could try your common ground this week it emerged that he wanted to change immigration policy who is the other addressing a family unification initiative which they call by another name which i will use and at ending the diversity of the cell and so now we have to deal in annexed by some of this week the refined hanson facetime time is that there were coming community set were affected by this very directly and to them and we had to address those concerns and i think that's all possible unethical ludmila coming together but size indianabased houses of congress to get the job done republic is a democratic a bipartisan bill this put forth by mr heard industry i will are a has bipartisan support in many republican supporters to when we should be looking at that as well but i think this is all doable failed although and again as we discuss that were discussing the cats the parody and pay force you don't have a paint work of funding for opioid epidemic and provisions as you've heard me say before chip community health centres that sedra nih finding emergency disaster funding saving endangered pensions passing.
"ludmila" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Well okay i mean that few the main theaters now in just under an ice koreans in new york city great screamed the other screens a lincoln swear apart from the i max which is seriously awesome but like the other screens look at square kinda okay i love that nothing burst back from my fear new mafia mob man i was just recounting to somebody eva's defence giving uh that uh i was i saw the first movie in that theater ever screened which was star trek generations at my friend eight tara's will now movie hope yet theater open and twenty four hour five whenever that is how why and how how hill who millis of us and you'll hear hair or what do you do things temporary cars all right so steven spielberg yes made an movie called the po he's sitting on his ass nelson special effects for fucking ready player right long post production process host paul slowed production process on ray player won't because that movie is predominant lima cap footage yet let's say he's pre post post ready player one rightist point right right he doesn't even know he's pre posts he's prepoll he's meant post he's mid pose ludmila how he's pre posted these pre post post and we're a pre post where according ness post having seen the post but pre post being unleashed on the culture and it's coming out post post this will come out postponed so this will come out and i told me post post post yes okay good that's all without mention that people were prost myths and hit bids against when president it's anti beds but also that people know that we saw this movie early because sean hoppe and did some pre post posts that's where he did some pre post post and some previous posts host he did a post post presuppose picks.
"ludmila" Discussed on No Agenda
"From abc news and united's ceo wearing saint petersburg russia trying to get inside a building known as troll factory here we're told dozens of internet trolls are hard at work trying to america's division play the keyboard elves though avila dirty guards pushed out threatening to call the police not far away we meet ludmila sav chuck journalist who went undercover in two thousand fifteen working in the troll factory for about seven hundred dollars a month what was your job when you're working in there what did you have to do all the hunt from finance which he tells me she would invent fictional character and then post under their names with topics carefully selected by her boss as she says she and some of her fellow ex trolls shot these undercover videos inside the building showing tight security and rows of trolls typing away i want a new tshirt i want to teach show that says russian troll and our front and fake american on the back it's abuse of beautiful no agenda shop now for danish even what does he does more on the clip denied i'd there's some she said i hit aldo arolla back well shot these are ever got it didn't roll back the you there yeah he said you got it tom be quiet a legion norman underwood i k i kicked the keyboard tang on in case of k all right let me mention what she says she but she said there they show the video the underground video supposedly heavy security the heavy security for wanting all the doors are these glass doors you find in like an old fashioned office buildings now and the heavy security consisted of the key in the blockade the allies door all man move back gathered as they heavy security and then the video went into the.
"ludmila" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Get clearly means institute in the 1930s 33 open the medical institute in our hunger and they needed some steady materials so they thought why don't who just comfortable macquarie where they used to have a prison and dig up some skeletons in use to teach the students and not means such do you think there's medical students new why there were so many skeletons here victim victims your stein he will of course if it was just not in jerusalem that i believe they did first of all it was only over just a decade later and the clinton was established and the students there there were all of red students still sincere thought that those people who were shocked here were enemies of the state and that's why they deserve the destiny mood look if he adds that to this day local people keep finding skulls when they dig pits to store that potatoes historian ludmila novakova says even staunch communist couldn't stomach the slaughter hulme gory according to different estimates from three to eight thousand people killed and buried just on that cite the facts about those killings to they were so terrifying that even local bolsheviks complained about tara going on around i found that evidence in our congress party archive the heads of the camp was just randomly shooting people every day and leave their bodies for dis aurora team in front of the convent so who is in charge of this charnel house of horrors everywhere i go in the are heingas.
"ludmila" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Here we just i know at this point too we unearth too it's not necessarily a shock because i think most productions the soi's get quite low people drafted into apostle now are known as the sensei gatt firm that is a lot of and of course macquarie for one does love uncreditworthy stuff me up um the fact he's been announced may be means it's more substantial um cortana which is tonight but it i mean iit doesn't shock me that the gang and the rights from volks i imagine that happens law they just you know there are at the point where they're trying to get it as as good as possible memorial on started off doing the force awakens essentially content around at times are cast an abrams did it or the run johnson's the only one pretty much who who did lost djeddai he's done us not finish via uh just a know whether it's just just fresh now the dollar go a little more substantial hunting overreacts addi now guy taking out dinosaurs maybe i just listened and that would be appropriate calling style interesting i'm oil him i must he's an interesting choice for it is need because he's very much sort of british yeah the vision school is very well thoughtof in this country in late i don't know how his profile is in in hollywood but you know he did this is england's tv spinoffs um maybe rotates tastes from kushtia maybe tales if into class take alcoholism and drug he's every night i mean i think he's one of these things where you know people are looking for authors ludmila thing people are looking for the trouble in paradox when it comes to stall so uh people god what's going wrong to fucking it up uh and i think that's probably the chrysotile i think is you know it's more than lighting something logistical these are things that happen own just every major film and done it was a relatively out his then all of that profile like us have run how it uh but certainly commend the maybe he sought to be more in auckland how it how it is now directing and how it just take starts ticking of every style was project like at the last minute yeah um but yeah i mean i i i.
"ludmila" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Than a elber idris alba idris elbows is fuck in is fun to watch only three part series as i needed to us academy is temperatures are in just him training i'm of freak the forecast to is is letterbomb in metro area i've israeli cvs intense guy and his party has been training his whole life in one way or another no he talks what he said he was doing kickboxing enters night teen like you did it for three years and then we got serious row act and moved to new york and just hasn't done it sin while fortyfour yeah while they are so was always nagging our whose best friends world champion now kickboxer from and so he likeness relatives friends of all time he's always wanted to do it but it's best friend and coach him now that's his coach there is best for any coaching was restaurant picked out his opponent from big mike's jim so call those cool man area has been impressed at a big thing it's a big milestone awesome with us yet you are this is not not related but did you watch a where a bunch of shows to watch for that long flight you have you seen atlanta yes i watch as i had our had access to bring threeyear annoyed israel israel overcharge gambino israel names are global glover dog john glover get getting this this ludmila heck's albums his last challenger scam beano diseases can rule by donald glover which makes so much when says but y you know against him a rap name your donald glover your helps your donald clever the actor rider fuck in rapper emigrants yards him out he's really nothing he sell fucking talented topfive musician or he's such a monster right now god and you guys aren't show.