20 Burst results for "Manati"
What's Good Games
"manati" Discussed on What's Good Games
"Valve, which with the whole story? Right. And the Washington gambling commission came after them and was like, no. You know? And they got in a bunch of trouble for that. I don't know. I'm just off my soap box. But I'm just saying, I think it's just I think you're right that it is going to happen. I just don't know exactly how it's going to happen. It's not going to happen how people think it's going to happen right now. A lot of people who give me the NFT talk are people who are not gamers. And it's a great idea. It would be lovely to have, you know, my celestial steed in every game that I write in world of workout. Or if Mark Zuckerberg can figure out how I can fly on that thing, we're good. Then I will be able to justify spending $20 on that. Like he didn't understand how people spend like $55,000 on one of these 8 portraits. When I feel bad about spending $20 on a new year mount. No, I'm glad that you got on your soapbox so bad because this is why people are sat and heated about it, right? There's a lot of concerns about them and you just touched on just a couple of them. And it goes really deep. And I thought was interesting about the chat that I had with dean takahashi and Jeff grubb, Mike manati and Rachel kaser from the games we team along with Khalifa, who was co hosting the games the event with me was, you know, dean and Jeff kind of talked about the two different sides of NFTs and the metaverse and why it can be good and why can be more importantly why it can be very, very bad. Because I think dean kind of came at it from this idea of, hey, the whole idea of NFTs and creating a metaverse stemmed originally from these kind of like grassroots Internet hacker culture of let's make a safe space for people away from big tech who does nothing but steal your data and then sell you like a commodity on the open market to the highest bidder. And you're nothing but the value of your data to these people and you have no privacy and they are not to be trusted. Let's make a safe place in the metaverse. And let's create this thing called blockchain, where it's decentralized and you don't have to play by their rules anymore and it's going to be great. Until big tech was like, oh, is there money to be made here? Do you guys think do you guys think that you can make web three without us? And I think that's where Jeff's argument really came in and he was like, you know, like the idea of web three was solid. But in practice, you can't escape the Sauron gaze of Facebook. Totally. I mean, Facebook is spending probably I think dean said $10 billion. To really launch their meta brand. I mean, they renamed the company. And our hiring 10,000 people to launch this metaverse horizon or whatever. And I think that's what's really scary to people is that the idea of it is intriguing and in a perfect world would be great, but clearly the execution is really where people have their issues right now. Yeah. It's interesting. It's too fascinating, wild wild west, because the NFT space and meta is just so early. You know, it's so early right now. And you do read stories of artists putting their stuff on open sea. And it's their own work. And they're like, I just made so much money off of this and it builds this really healthy community of people who are supporting this artist and can support them and get behind them. And now they're part of this exclusive fan club, right? And I think you know what? If an artist wants to come out and be like, here's like 15 things I hand drew and this is a thing I did and you wanna buy it and support it and your community loves it. Cool. You're making money off of your art. More power to you. But it does get interesting because it is so early that you do see so many scams and Michelle you're talking about the price of board apes. And I think right now the base price of a board ape is like 200 and $70,000. Well, everyone who fucking did that. Everyone who bought that, oh God, okay, cool. This is like Ed hardy. But what's happening too is that people are getting super I mean, you're gonna laugh when I say this, but they're getting scammed because they're selling for prices, but they're selling for maybe like 30, $50,000 because there's so many exploits in the open sea system right now because it's still so early, so you see people selling their apes. Actually, they're being stolen, air quotes here for like 40 $50,000 when they could essentially turn around and sell them for an additional $200,000. So it's still so, so early, so it is going to be interesting when you do get like you said Andrea, like a big facebooks and whoever else is going to be in here, are they going to decentralize or what am I trying to say? It's decentralized, but are they going to centralize it? What impact is it going to have the entire purpose though? So what's going to happen? It's the purpose. Just even today, there was a company called wormhole and somebody hacked in and stole $300 million, guys. 300 million crypto. It's a theory. Ethereum is the main right now. I think one Ethereum is $2600. Yeah, it's a lot. It's money laundering and stuff. It's hard 'cause I want to be on board with this idea of decentralization. But it's just so fraught with fraud. You know, that how do you really get around that? And I think gamers in particular have already dealt with micro transactions quite a bit and understand when you see examples like I said, Diablo three auction house. You kind of go is can this work, you know? And I think it just needs to be evolved and potentially it will make sense after that. It's probably just evolution. But you're.
Classics for Kids
"manati" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"George Frederick handel's messiah wasn't written for Christmas. It was first performed in April. Messiah is an oratorio, a piece for solo singers, chorus, and orchestra that's based on a sacred, a religious story. Even though oratorios are performed on stage, they're different from operas, because unlike an opera, the story is not acted out. Handles oratorio messiah tells the story of Jesus, whom Christians consider to be the messiah. The whole first part of the oratorio is about his birth. The sun has been the text of handles messiah comes from the Bible. Part of it is from the Old Testament, like the book of Isaiah. And messiah also uses parts of the New Testament. There's an opera that really has nothing to do with Christmas, even though this is the time of year when you usually see it. Maybe German composer Engelbert Humperdinck's opera hansel and gretel got connected to Christmas because it was first performed on December 23rd over a hundred years ago. Unlike handles messiah, there's not much religion in hansel and gretel, except the evening prayer that the title characters sing when they realize they're going to have to spend the night in the Woods. What. There is an opera that was written just for Christmas. In fact, it was also written especially for television. Amal and the night visitors by Giancarlo manati was first performed on TV live on Christmas Eve 1951. It's the story of a poor boy, Amal and his mother, who gives shelter for a night to the three wise men in the opera three kings as they're on their way to visit the baby Jesus. This is my box. This is my box. I never travel without my box. You never heard more. In the third world. We lost her I could. Literally come back. Have some..
"manati" Discussed on Ball
"I was on him hardcore and i was buying everything that came out. I bought his poetry book. Like you had said joe everything. I just loved pocket. He was just a good artist. I agree i was pot. I big even not grow up in dc on the east coast. I was more of a pop guy than a big guy. Maybe even though i love new york wrap your head and but now all the way back to the beginning of his career so cj. amanda first. Time i heard a hobo. Dave were watching videos issue when these idiots right underground. Same song say like that. Do do reprimand pot. He he's he's and to politics to pacalypse now came out ninety one my senior year in high school. That album was part of my soundtrack or that summer man apply a pump that shit heart and all they came out while i was in the navy was does it. The one that came after that one. I'm gonna blank on it against the world. The us strictly a third one and then all the fourth strict strictly for so i've been wrong with him All weapon to his last out to me. These last album is don manati team every so then we billion pot. It's like whoever. I'm listening to at the time. They're just that one one one eight at the time so it was good to get back and listen to to parking and reminisce. Let me say this man without due to all the motherfuckers putting it down. Now whether it's j. or drake lil wayne or anybody to me. There's been nobody like pocket biggie. To me you know and the thing is what breaks my heart. The most is that broke. Park was only twenty. Five what an electric talent. What voice. what a poet. I grew up in miami as we all know so. I was very heavily influenced by new york. Everything from new york came to miami sooner or later and we just copied a lot of the shit they did. And when i got to the to the west coast you know the the very first song that ever heard from wrap. That wasn't like happy. Rupp was the message by from master. Flash was like wow folks going on here damn son. Where'd you find this. But when i got the california it was a whole different vibe because gang culture is a real thing down here and it's very organized and it's very old so you know like in miami gangs are very different. It's just like neighborhoods versus neighborhoods. Nobody was really dressed up. It was westchester versus guy. Yotaro versus versus that but overhearing. Kelly you know they were doing gang signs at low riders. They had fucking. Yeah it was. It was really different and when like ice tea cube. Nwea even mc hammer pock nba. When they were talking about how much on the east coast would disrespect us. They wouldn't respect our music. They wouldn't respect our st low our style originality and that's when the whole eastwest should start the popoff and living in california. You got caught in it. Because i got so caught up in it that i wouldn't even listen to east coast shit and i really missed. I jumped on the wu tang show and big. Oh wagon really late and discovered what genius those guys really were but to me. Nobody likes to park and biggie. Oh and here's the other thing bro. You got to remember as we all know this for the people that may not know that are listening to the show you know..
Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
"manati" Discussed on Talk Is Sheep - Wild Sheep Society of British Columbia
"Yup yup for sure so. Yeah yeah great. Pack to and I love it. Love package Okay cool so that's pack so So i i know your your wife's milling around the background side probably shouldn't ask you about new gear right now but we did talk about new gear on the trip so You had some failures so talk about your failures. Saw here on the mike sure So when was the in reach a very important piece of equipment that failed. So it's It's it's a few years old. I think it's five or six years old now. However i don't use it. Throughout the year is generally just through the hunting season. Maybe a backpacking fishing in the fall but doesn't see a lot usage on generally pretty protective with it. You know it stays dry container and a stays in stuff second top of my packs. That doesn't get a lot of abuse. it definitely failed. So it's getting weird messages. First of all. I don't know if kabuli manati thought there again. It was operator error. But i'm like hey enraged turned on by itself autonomously. It turned himself on is like no no it at absolutely happened and i look at it. Be some strange messages on screen saying About an update. You want your software update at this particular moment. It'll wipe all your data something like this so the first time it happened. I thought well maybe this was my bag. It got turned on. Maybe another piece of equipment. Hit the on button for an extended period of time. But it still didn't make sense. As as i went in there with ninety nine percent or hundred percents on battery charge a look at it a couple of hours later and after turn itself on and it would be down to sixty percent so i that point it happened two or three times down to thirty odd percents I can maybe it's the jostling i knew. Something goes wrong with it internally..
What's Good Games
"manati" Discussed on What's Good Games
"The way that's like sneaky and stealthy and the night inevitably fuck it up and then everybody's onto me and my favorite way to take people out in this so sometimes they will be turrets that you can hack because the other things so it gives you. You don't just have guns you do have again as i mentioned i see people are gonna yell at me if i do. Believe they're slabs and those. Let's like the powers right and you get powerful ones from that. By killing visionaries. The visionaries are people honestly like juliana. Who are sort of main character. Ask people of the game. These are the people you're hunting. Yes slaps had and it's those are like the really cool powers. There's one that's basically a blink can teleport. There's some other ones that i haven't gotten to yet. I've believe teleport and upgrade them again as you go moving forward. I've already lost my train of thought. I can't back up. i don't know where the fuck that would help you out right now. We're talking about slabs. I mean slobs have just or something else there. Oh the thing that i really like to do. I really like turrets so you can hack also with your turret. So it's it's called like hack magic love it and you can hack cameras. You can hack doors to open them. And then there are sometimes just briefcase looking things around and they are portable turrets. So you can deploy the turret with your little hackenberg. You can also turn things on to make them like distractions for your enemies. You can go around seven. The bacchus lovely but i just love currently find a briefcase toured somewhere in the world that come coming with me everywhere it is my new best friend and it is just kind of throw it and you can turn it on from afar and then the turret will just take people out. It's fantastic games. That's what i like to do. Okay well it sounds cool. I'm sure i'll get. I mean all. I'm sure again. I'll get braver as i go. But this this is how i'm playing it for now. Throw a throw briefcase. Turn the turn on. Let it spray and pray. I don't know at what point. I'm going to be confident. Lobbying other people in my game. I think think i ever will. Unless it's so there are almost will say you can have. You can have it open to anybody so there's different stages of multiplayer for you if you're like i don't wanna let literally. Yeah you can just send it to friends only so that you at least know the people who are really ruin your day. I could kill them too. So yeah i saw the exchange between blessing from kind of funny and mike manati from games. Beat just like it was basically mighty killed. Someone might kill blessing. World blessing tried to invade. Mike's game i was like nope onstream. Though it was a funny little game play clip. But yeah i think it's so tough thinking about multiplayer in a situation where you have to be able to have a pause with two young child and i know everybody out there who is a parent who has kids is like i feel you and they'll come an age when our babies are enough where we can go back to playing multiplayer comfortably. But i know today's today's xbox three against you can just play with a for now. I killed her job. She did not take me down. I was like shocked. Good to the thing. So what you've seen so far. Do think it's one of the most stylish shooters that you've ever seen. Are you basing that office. Quote on those big banner ad on metacritic dot com..
Kinda Funny Games Daily
"manati" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Breakfast and like before attending my body's just like no you're not eating and i don't i don't know i'm sure there's some scientific reason behind it. I know kevin scientists. Have you heard of this. Kevin are able to diagnose marino. I'm sorry i was having a conversation. My wife what's what are you. What are you can eat. I can't eat before the before. like ten. am what he's not hungry. Or i'm not hungry and like any other time of the day. Even if i'm not hungry i can just make myself eat right like in the morning. Legitimately you kind of disgust me to want to eat food. He'll rejects it. Do you ever have any sort of stomach. Pain associated beforehand. No no it's just like a normal thing where like i like winnie leading your last meal day. That's a good question you know probably like seven. That's giving. Maybe i mean it's your body i really. I think what you should try to do is drink less coffee. I know that try. And that's still you still get the jitters no. I don't. I don't drink coffee. I don't have the jitters. But i'm just too tired to function but i need to get out of the only drink three quarters of cup less caffeine in there I liked the or try a darker. Now that'll have less in. Are you going to mcdonald's. Still this time went to starbucks hath go to starbucks if you drive something with darker roasts that has less caffeine. Some of the chat says half calf. That's totally an option like you'll get caffeine but it won't be too much because that's what's happening your your bottom even allow that though bless your body even it would make levels. I have mentioned this several times at. I am just so desensitized to any sort of energy drink or crazy Black roast or anything. Like that. That when i hear the concept of people like adults my age san dang. It's eleven pm. What am i doing drinking the soda. Almost like i wish a soda could get me jacked up pulling the zero shot. That a normal beverage of some reno. Coca cola is gonna get jacked up olympia. My need the good stuff. And so i don't know about this half calf stuff i feel like maybe you might be desensitized at this point. Bless we'll see. I can mess around with the levels. Because i think that is a good point that i don't have to drink to focus even now. I'm only drank a half a cup. And i already had the jitters right like i do some push push ups might be the thing right. I drink the coffee i do push for. Apd get on. Get on the mic roger. That i'm sweating. But i don't have the jitters as much. There might be the way to do it. I'm sending. I'm sending a video to assets right now because that was the first thing right away. I wanted to go back to the coffee conversation. But secondly on the topic of death. Last night i was playing deathly playing onstream. And i'm not gonna do the juliana stuff as much as i wanted to. But last night i sat down and for a couple of hours. I'd just did a session. Straight up just juliana invasions which for those who don't know right like when you boot up deathly because the two options you can break the loop. Which is you playing cole. And you're going through the main campaign trying to take out all the visionaries or you can play juliana. Which is the online mode where you can invade other people's games and get in there and take take people out right it's dark souls style invasions and so like i was playing last night and let me tell you i am in love with the juliana mode. Last night we had a fun thing. Where jeff grubb of course jeff. Grubb from games be. I've heard of some people have heard him. he hit me up. Hey man mike manati. My coworker is on right now. And i was like. Oh are we going to take out mike manati. Do we wanna go after. Mike manati in so i added on esn. I invaded his game a few times and the first invaded his game..
"manati" Discussed on KGO 810
"Would no longer have liability protections so Pfizer would simply keep distributing in the United States, the project that's been authorized for emergency use, because if there were a liability protections if something went wrong, they would be protected from problems with that vaccine that the and Robert F. Kennedy made exactly the same argument. He is a leading anti vaccine campaigner. The problem is, they're nuts. They're completely wrong. These are exactly the same vaccine. What happened was as the letters went out. They wrote a small statement on the letter that indicated that the products are legally distinct with certain differences that do not impact safety or effectiveness. And so they're jumping on that and saying that is something to do with liability protection. It doesn't The statement that refers to the products are legally distinct with certain differences refers to the differences in manufacturing information, including in their regulatory submissions. So specifically, the products are manufactured using the same processes, but they may have been manufactured at different sites. Or using raw materials that came from different approved suppliers. The FDA closely reviews all the manufacturing steps they found explicitly. The emergency use authorization and the biologics license application products were equivalent. They were the same. So contrary to the claims of the loan, and Kennedy and other conspiracy theorists, the core Manati vaccine has the same liability protection as the vaccine approved by the under by the emergency use authorization. And there's more information on that. It actually goes to the public Readiness and Emergency Prep Preparedness Act.
Reverie True Crime
"manati" Discussed on Reverie True Crime
"Book these bill this anyways. Twenty five to thirty five minutes. That's not a far drive but these kids were so mother fucking lazy that on the way they pass on empty space near a development site and they just dumped oil-drum. They're like best not suspicious and won't get checked out right but right. That's what you would think but juncker fruita was forgotten there for over two months really really you know on march twenty ninth miano. An mahto were arrested for the rape of the nineteen year old. That previous december women's underwear had been found at both of their homes on november sixteenth. Nineteen eighty-eight only nine days before june co was taken a mother and her seven-year-old were murdered in the district. Which is where meena toes houses that wasn't unsolved case. It actually still is unsolved case. So the investigator thought that maybe miano and manati aware involved. Dna tested those now. The officer started questioning miano asking questions about a murder. The officer was assuming that the murder was the woman and the seven year. Old homeboy told on himself. Yeah so like the stupid dick liquor that he is. That one called me off guard. I'm sorry so that again. Dick liquor nice. Put that on shirt. That's going to be your audio clip. So here immediately assumed that manatt remix. He immediately assumed that menaka was in the other room confessing to everything about janko so he confessed everything and told the police where to find her body. The very next day police went out the development site and found the oil drum. Her body was decomposed. Pretty badly it just sat in that oil drum putrifying for over two months. She was swollen from fluid buildup caused by severe malnutrition on her ankles. Feet on hands adidas pretty common with malnutrition and tissue out. That's why she was swollen. Gotcha june coz facial features were one hundred percent on recognizable at this point from all of the beatings and all of the torture and then decomposition no the only way they were able to identify her was by fingerprints on april first commie. Saku and watanabe were arrested for sexual assault and murder on april second. Nineteen eighty nine. June goes funeral was held and it was attended by her friends and her family they closure to. I'm glad she was found yes. I'm glad that they were able to bury her. She deserves that much more than staying in an old drum one hundred percent by japanese standards and laws. They were considered underage. Though.
"manati" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"I think that there has been a misappropriation of hermano did when it comes to be separated from the world doesn't mean that the world go to hell in a handbasket means that we different doesn't mean that we isolate we try to sanitize and i think that's at two millennia of an churton. Typically you see that there's been a lot of efforts to sanitize And we we've got a comeback to what what what sees not saying an incarnation of doubted that we get from jesus and south he steps out of glory he puts on humanity and he becomes emmanuel god with us not yacht watching us from the corner of a god with us and That sort sorta compliment that not complementarities with that. Complement of being amongst i think is key. I've been a ministry thirty two years. We've printed Church of charter schools. We planted nonprofits health health organizations all on the premise of incarnation will be among them freight There's no other way to church in a healthy way. In a biblical way an orthodox theological wave in my opinion so. Yeah yeah yeah so there you go I should have just not even tried to say what i said. I should've just let you speak. You're so much more eloquent. By the way i just just just just to kind of help our ours. I think you're you're you're very well well known but there may be some people who are on the call that are meeting you for the first time and just just a little about your background. Tell us about your family. And i also i heard you speak one time and you talked about the fact that you personally are a bicultural individual as soon as you walk into any room. It's automatically by cultural with show up because of your to talk to us a little bit about your own journey grownup as as you. Well you know. I am afro latino which means i am both african american and hispanic origin. I am a black teen or black. Puerto rican and so my my one one part. One parent is from the carolinas via saint. Louis the other parent is by Manati puerto rico the compo the north side of the island and So i embrace both cultures. I like Hung mandalay and i like collard. Greens and pig knuckles and everything. Southern comes on the menu a barbecue And benin law. So i am. I've always been a space where i didn't always fit in. I i sound and communicate to black for many of my latino community. And i looked to spanish for many of my african american community and partners so they didn't know what to do with me and so seminary was me hanging out with a lot of koreans And and being adopted by them and learning how to be third culture among stand. And just you know taking the posture up of a student within a culture but my own story of my life a mary thirty years planted several churches as i stated Five children four grandchildren I now retired from the senior..
"manati" Discussed on The Bugle
"Moving on now and another billionaire goes kind of into almost into space to watch the world burn below him news now and Well it's been another great week for billionaires poignancy going solve nita space We asked a couple of months ago on the bugle. What does the man who have everything get the man who has everything and the answer was the yacht that jeff bezos bought himself. That needed another your just a work. Well being the ceases investigative journalists that he is bezos. Now out of the question. Where does the man who has everything. Take the man who has everything No that will have. Hi how when. And i'm not sure we'll get round to why because there are no satisfactory answer to that but the answer is to that eats took himself kind of into space alice. Your billionaires foreign themselves upwards correspondent It's another great moment for pointless expenditure and things. Flying displace yes indeed. andy jeff. Diesel sent his self satirizing rocket have decided to add a cowboy hat to the post to fleeting flight press conference for maximum something basil said that the spaceflight reinforced his commitment to fighting climate. Change going into space and seeing the fragility of the earth below him reinforces commitment to buy. It's like those people who when they have a child say have child and it gave me the revelation that it's not all about me. And if i took that took that to make you realize why did you think Samya basil's the world's richest man financially if not spiritually has Unnecessarily used a chunk of his unnecessary wealth to fly into space in a giant penis. Let's call it what it was. I basically just long enough to take a piss in zero gravity before then leveling back down to earth and i've been divorced i've been divorced twice in fact and it's not fun that you do crazy stuff. The guy your air blonde you get a fitness instructor. Who convinced start drinking protein shakes. Maybe you sign up for a scuba diving. Goes you can find you confront your fear of sharks and then cancel the night before because you panic even though the sign of fees. Non-refundable these all hypothetical situations. So in that case. I do have sympathy. Fof forbe's us wearing a cartoonish large cowboy hat and firing yourself into space in a rocket ship so obviously like a penis. It might have beens down inside. That's just a cry for help. That's all really is and he was. It was so some unimpressively brief this trip that Whole thing took eleven minutes. He did say the press conference afterwards. The former amazon. Boston not-i'm happiness in the workplace. Champion of champions winner from overworked underpaid warehouse staff monthly magazine. He said it was a bit disappointing. To be honest. I was hoping to be able to see all the forest. Fires all the floods all the failing crops and all the force migrations of the desperate seeking a viable place to live and feel like a malevolent deity but sadly it wasn't really like that at all i can confirm however the earth is probably round it turns out that eleven minutes of a good time is all that is capable off which does extend his obstacles. Finally meanwhile back on earth a well. The apocalypse continues a pace Siberia is on fire. There's catastrophic flooding in multiple places around the world Huge heatwaves. And and the bbc news whether intentionally or not As they were covering the the rocket launch a are also the same sort of quarter. An hour time slot ran a story about sudanese migrants. Paddling across the english channel in inflatable rubber dinghies In desperation to find to leave. I mean can you think of anything to stories that juxtaposed juxtaposed more appropriately to highlight all strain questionable priorities as a planet at the moment than those well. Jeff bezos did come back down to earth and immediately give one hundred thousand dollars to van jones. So that's good quite a famous news ripple what's he gonna spend probably good stuff look. Let's assume that they're all doing these things. Benevolently over shocked to you that they would do these things malevolently because then at least we might get some results. Even if the menezes go he went up into space and then bombed the rest of us into dust. at least we'd know once and for all what the intentions were and there would be some change. That was different from what we each spacing. Which is a slow dead slow roasting. You're right you're right samir. Right it is more depressing if we think they're doing their best to billionaires in space lost two weeks i'm not either of them. Cackled maniacally when they've gone there that's massive letdown for all humanity. I feel they should leave that to elon. Musk i think i think he was funny and probably wouldn't be quite funny but not as funny as it would be depressing which i think is elon. Musk's sweet spot for comedy nineteen sixties blues guitarists news now and we'll also related to covet. Eric clapton as announced that he will not be performing In any venue the requires ticket holders to have had kovic vaccines The legendary Ex whaler is techno curious approach to the To the reopening of of society yes. He's released this statement and also in the way that you know it's a legitimate statement. He released it exclusively to italian architect. And vaccines skeptic robin manati gratia day Who who put it out to the world through the reputable channels of his unverified instagram account. Clapton said that he he he doesn't. He's calling it an a. Discriminated audience if if using system people being vaccinated or showing negative covert test or proof of of prior infection. Which is the current plan for a lot of venue. Say unless there's provision made for all people to attend a reserve the right to cancel the show klepto went on to say i also insist that we reintroduced smallpox so that people who want to go to a concert bearing the hideous weeping flags of their independent independent spirit. May marsh postulate -ly with their co concert goers i just it's always so sad when people who are good at one thing turn out to be really really terrible at another thing you know who would have thought that impeccable guitar fingering skills and blowing your brains out with hippie bullshit in the sixties would be incompatible logic and proportional risk-assessment later down the line. Japanese also come out and made a statement that he's a big fan now of british politician desmond swayne swain of course oil to believe that the pandemics overblown so in also convey publicly racist in the past. He said he thinks black faces. Just a bit of fun which actually makes sense when you realize klatten in the past has at concerts told audience members who will foreigners to leave the country and has said he's why britain becoming a black colony and use a bunch of racial slurs. It turns out the reason. Eric clapton shot. The sheriff was because the sheriff wasn't white. The thing yours at about eight chapman is. It's important to note that he's freaked out the response his body had do the vaccine saying he expected to feel wonderful tonight instead of. I'm sorry to instead. He suffered the that caused him to start as the kiwis. Say heaven tears in heaven beans. So the thing he doesn't realize is the vaccine's response varies for. I took full years feed comeback. Last time going go biking the vaccine response very some first person. It's all in the way that you use it He's of course come under a lot of criticism and it makes sense to him for him to later for for a while Thank you wendy andy. I excuse myself from the rule when you explain them.
The Daily Beans
"manati" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Done programs for racial justice We are working on Environmental programs as a matter of fact. I was just speaking with our environmental best president vice chair yesterday And we are trying to make certain that everybody has equal access to water at a right to clean water which believe it or not does not exist in every state ms nation So we'll we are trying to do a lot of wonderful things and It's kind of fun that we have an organization that started in two thousand sixteen and you might have fled that. There is a shelf life for us but that is not the case. We are going stronger than ever. And i am extremely proud of the work we've done and the work. I think we're going to do awesome. Thank you very much. i'm. I'm glad i got to spend time with you today. And put a put a face to the name on our previous video. Lists zoom meetings. I i really appreciate your time. Everybody adam cohen. Thank you very much else. Everybody stick around. We'll be right back. A beans listeners. Laguna manati this is ag in this segment of the show is sponsored by monk. Pack my new favorite snacky snacks. It's really hard to find delicious snacks. That are actually good for you but monk pack is cracked the code. I can't say enough great things about about these bars Because you know healthy. Snacks usually aren't very filling. They don't satisfy your cravings. But i have discovered monk pack monk paquito nut and seed bars. They contain less than one grandma. Sugar two to three grams of net carbs in the early one hundred fifty calories the great for anyone following akita lifestyle and the perfect snack for anyone who wants to eat better or cut back on sugar and carbs without sacrificing taste. The monk paquito nutsy bars have the perfect balance with sweet and salty. They've got that crunch from the whole nuts and seeds that i crave when i wanna snack But they still need it to be soft and shoe either amazing delicious. And they have a ton of great flavors. Caramel salt is my favorite right. Now it's so delicious insincere packed with protein. They're filling and satisfying their perfect for a quick snack to indulge your sweet tooth or i like to eat one right after workout. Get that little boost of energy back. That i need and these key doughnuts. Bars are gluten free plant based non. Gmo they have no soy. No trans fats. No sugar alcohols and no artificial colors. I'm kind of obsessed with them. So i make sure. I'm always fully stocked. So i have a subscription of my favorite flavors which saves me ten percent on every order and they come directly to my house. Direct snacks very important to give these delicious treats a try I love them I they're sent me on a regular basis. It's a complete game changer. In my efforts to eat healthier..
Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"manati" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast
"Ilene asha valid at keble blunt economic. Adra have it over new. Avatar educator automatically doll wayne knee headed off hunan breath with this yet. We no aguado spoiler role. Da knee skink of in all our way. Nia own Any particular face an amlogic heavyweight mid demand demanded discovery on heavily staff but he or shot get a skull on intact deanne. He'd shade pace of the hen nici bender vernon way golfie and wing radical but remind cosc- or then beth or deserted or die snake oils deville dna. Have it on heavy. Darlan vice with young headed becky. Only trail methuen basil provia improv or the ski convene all heat attorney already felt the ant our attributing or the skewer drake environ. He competitors ran nets. I personally darshan. Panamanian clock conduct ski go. I dragged on darby or winner. Roy decarava nadine path conduct plant and neurotic. And then i think you are. Ill knock the no out. Who never forget where taranov tobacco. It'd be owning. Johanna on heavy sean. At all and the breathe a skull at the cost of that plus it only the macabre timpee damn can henny on through bethlehem in tara claw failing grade a metal. Okay or not hen. Get data threat. Nev- godiva seattle no did not under zoning lean acidity would immediately yom and brianna the four course not pay for goes eight kiel tomorrow. Adamantly van like a bernard donald tajik man newbath officially been lucy disc inobound diaz ungodly near through with the hit. The at moon daughter focused on donna bitty should went in a camera. Another eventually are all focused attack. Dont it'll he'd leonard the ass. Priore doll yes. You get that her daughter he dylan at the earth or the session. Doug mccarthy canal can staff severe gash. I believe a skull that he'll hold on the matvey role set. Even not julia on the amazon. I definitely are at no. The elaine gonna believe a skull. I've actually been medal clement. Not a content of metal pt. Shackle massa horton come with a on or is a penny. Take sania yet. Our wedding of homeland got yogi burden. Komo's are badra with his shammond are nova hsien an uncoupled review but more under speaker venal that hani android our in focusing maury atlas said moi. I'm her new wet or the nov you bought. She'd in dodo. He'd year orion gulf find overboard death or shanna award in ovando demagogically. The leader of should commend to obama. Does he led by von. Yeah true dig. Or one hundred. Pin pin ordinance chev gone on our own gasoline loud shambling kooning and doria dead and company lot lotto wife that yang yang qin vigny for kasey anvar norway in manati bend ni para or dynamically. Fancy them and you ron tron or quite wealthy and shannon horton at the cia bethel with an citizens not to modify the at nasty that trust meg with a mom yeah females only chacao chow story..
"manati" Discussed on Kisah Alumni
"This up room. I wanted to eat number. Consumer for months juicy in didn't even this up leads that fund meet our avenue. Remember that have been a little affect their personnel c d challenging pastiche of manati. Genting gallon last week Good under orhan young some new a month while often he wasn't getting out challenge on Some be some. Finding one in whitney didn't list among the gains allowed. A baby. landed the login go. Let's say dis figured. I musty Woman woman in that number at the moment though than what we ought to says indictments someone on identity has to move. Your who wasn't a of them was an need. Have some mc one in the rosano koromira.
Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"manati" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast
"Competing beliefs on where these thirteen. Manati bloodline families. Actually come from but suffice to say their satanic families there lucifer burien Families they worshiped the fallen angel they conduct rituals demonic rituals and Child sex trafficking is something that they're involved in because they need a supply of these children to participate in their rituals now. Apparently adrenal chrome is the chemical that they benefit from through the sacrifice of virgin children. Then why virgin join the adrenal chrome supposed to be in greater supply. It's supposed to be stronger in the blood in these virgin children. Now credo while in an interview. With david i talked about being in a masonic temple and witnessing a charles sacrifice in the temple well staying in hiding he was smuggled into the temple. And was insulin. Hiding place in For the purpose of understanding what takes place in these dark halls. He was there to witness what was happening and he claims that the child stays with the person that's supposed to be the the the one to benefit from the ritual The one in whom the ritual is undertaken or in whose. Honor the rituals undertaken and. They stay in a bed with the victim for several days. So that they're chea- or their or their life force Is somehow vibrational e sinked. That they're at the same frequency and so when that happens slowly made ready for the ritual and the end charles has told that they're going to die that this is the day chosen for their sacrifice and of course this is a panic and the child real will will release adrenaline in their bloodstream. What exactly chrome is a while. I'm not precisely sure but it must have some connection to the dr- adrenaline And so they go into a panic and they run to try and save themselves bit. Of course there's no way out there trapped and then they're recaptured and brought to a sacrifice alter there's throat is slit and they're compelled to bless the host.
Radio Fajri 99.3FM
"manati" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
"On islam. Welcome salaam oracle to the dna fifty. Three anna yeah dot info on luggage without the infrastructure. See us be aleppo. Marine opinion proceed in berlin cross. Comedian bill polynesia workflow apply industry me the go daddy dna fifty three are now the world the solemn wally home alone hardier. Seo give you someone you must spicy the by any on the he didn't allow the infrastructure emilia's young buca bike makes the scene pretty. I wanna compare start. We'll go to see per week. The poland divided india japan. The bogota window suck supine john jilin cm punk s aso barbara food mudgee. Dearica bug said had the earth similarity of dream. Okay success i mean yeah i mean i mean they'll break winning from what i did and a local he then deal but impressively quotable or you're can get you currently now the reliable. How happy can pluck no more data and apply policy and look oh carton going up. Scranton tonga gone up the plot policy deportable. Best young guy jiro here. I can hear any. But i'm bridge. numb saw influencing the weekend salon. You bury what's up luggy so long only along with. That'll slama peggy point three five. The manasseh varada the artery russa success accurate on an corey slang the Spicy mall zakia. That's a done soukup. Bora rests gillespie less rusty her. I'm only slam economic infrastructure. Seek lung harassment. Allah buddha young near. What's up. I guarantee that he was some castorama remarkable process. We want to see the word group. What's up to broadcast idea under percents. kipah up here. And what's up to help you going gonna throw by. Napa anthony lure conducted a little on. Yeah breaks lonzo. magazine does. And there's a lack of personal opinion. And then he could go but he then jaren w data also the potato up for marine pattern. J. geremia a law women. The women's mira but personnel proposed some. We'll marine danger. Geremia young idea deboer backup me and coming canada. I agree fellow. Minnesota buck the in into regular guy circular. Feron the fica masemola only. But i'm gonna go back on and Slovenia atp gustin dairy the regular banya. They're even any three points up to company at the loan. The busy orlando down the league. Al homeroom what marinda gerashchenko dylan to we won dong sakaria gazi sonya alan wakeling for the last blast polo sembilan s updating got allegra. I the bench for dri sedan left to be so high jam Ningbo jack d'italia up santorum down. Inya bake wedding shoulder. Murugan informasi our cedar international. I don t like debrincat. Taliban afghanistan drew got months. Who see an autograph say jew gada policy that the top state radio fundraising last game oracle bug and islam. Lehem and combat on off more gable. Rankle wallace an manati. Informative sorta mundi. Collini crowley's lomb. Manetti got lima cupboard. Las corolla islam and basically a cameras. Lima bockel browley hadith dot com. Educate joba.
Radio Fajri 99.3FM
"manati" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
"The mundi in my opinion. That must've been awhile ema lila myself back to the deportable cancer. So he will. Young america manda Combat again. I did on the moon comedian cumbersome marcel over by gay pamungkas but again Mambas looms the profanity. Armistead daca a melon soon. Young lane on doc. Someone had slide ary. Arctic silica gone siemian. Hamadeh loss palo up. Adam brought up among. Yeah i'm all the general can a little slow loss of danica. Salaam them allotment to ground with may the mental ram with very little button. Begin the ends at an islamic and ran. Yeah anybody haiku but about an end the net africa had anybody has a gun had lost lawyers of love the end that there is somewhat up into new raw deal and a lot of loss of more southern debt being lahia. They'll daddy can ding in on beacon. Yeah symbolic on on took near hurricane to detour on with yet. Then the it has some began this the the government to corn with bay and net nyet be to salon. Yeah he took to spy. Guillaume mba bought the guidance beckenham. Yeah so willingly. Consuming and the hamada Panel bala near got the gat become took graham with bike it. That be to chris. Sarah ceron. Dan did chris byrd year. Komo debbie tennis. Bergen in causer needle said. Yeah yeah a model not russell loss. Alana's alum me hats off an the of course. With the beer cans meghan mcardle bloom latte. Uncovers denver receptor to collapse only solution yet thought be cancelable new massacred. I'm not sit on trendy. Then took pittsburgh americans. Yeah the dominicana. Ndoye fema media by the sa. The to this is same kid. Jambu down after young trend girl moved up there. Germano gem scar me at the with remain morla buggy and the pandit buckingham to. I thought did to poor sitar. A- jockeyed czar in eleven catalina. Grave roy moore's law yet i'm closer. He taught him butler john. Young bertha to ramble. Put up again. Young toppin tau an and good work. Be took pullback again. Around woke bala dandy beer can could c cappella young that get d to cook. It were sounding around cappella. Then begin danubio. Can you come to quebec. In the dandy. Beer can bed yet laffin. Komo's him at a loss panel off mood. Insulin adolescent the then bada bicycles. You mean best out of county. Barra didn't get on with gore four within the sat. The army's out can only go here on the cap era. that believe barracks. Ooh on komo. The decaf apple. Subdue graham commodity disindicators professor demar around with sufi morley andrew. Gotta mice call out that. My service volleying s guitar garmendia. Hellene lebron can kennedy's russell laura them. Yeah find out about the raw deal diner that the hill can hasaan a healthy asset. What the update keep. Us midfield thought in alabama sacchi. Jokela with yeah then but as the dean and bad acts abrupt. Ram name to the founder on miskin. I'm lane in less anakin bennati the mamba them mumble number two patti the gusts of bloomberg you alabama clagget and you can go modiin. Goblins similar loss panel. I'm on a lot of time. hate them. Back and islam batman fit through also loss alania them someday our feet the hampson it literally man. Yeah i left the linear sleep done. Let lucky lucky to wendy sedan. Hit them buggy pro. It will soon. Yeah we'll get them over the dining but the guy who could do. Yeah you thought he'd up enough fan sit-on medina novas ally the and lane the moon that the joel tanya that visa mental koran booth by the be circuit last southern wall are the ariffin through mukasey. Deliver up i'm london. Comedian be psychological. Okon caboose had to get the koran romboud but the com- written in ila. But not nick. Applica- did dilemma up by talk. Eka bergemann kunia than heroin. Upper then cop to africa in ila kasana an item islam along in the hanna. Salama gone around. Bereavement critique the end up in coburg markelle the Blooberg khobar again. He took because roberto aguirre task ahead. Iran hottinger mugabe goodbye. John non mumber mechanic butter on patenga autocad. Yeah the none too navigate to africa. Small government fat onto us. More cya imam than that in coming up with a little diddy dirty rhonda under some beijing per the episode on combustion. Manati could near or below topically.
Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
"manati" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville
"Billions of new. So all going to against police defy me. Give me if i me more no panel for missile receiver look on us got deal avec when you look fine measles me more no palatal bubblegum pop guitar. La booby not jin. Mum ballots yeltsin for me to newcastle. People at your wa. And i love them. Because they took off la famille. That's the deck unparalleled new some for sale me newcastle ala. The pill new ballot busa by the poor saba manati bosa. My cell bullseye. Bah bah can work on some sale. Samoa some of course it. Your is it for me. Go see joe. Blow meme peak. Was you lead with men were commercial. Khulafa me nikolay yale. Qigong under legalese. La la lage mumble set on cetinje post at yale see geely avrek mean g my tummy. He's them imelda. Experience the east volley. What did she cut moyer. Patil less party. The pepperdine is macomer up. Lay off ks. Can pose movies mouzaoir. Becky mosa mosa pools. Mussa says he can no settle on a look i they. They will come with wild limit. Betsy nutt memo septem- aaliyah visa for me bill for me when you're vinegar lease monday. Yearly potty began legal sexual dole. Fb pop developed my shit call. Martha dole c-pap table about zeal. Give me too. But that's about the time is about said for me. To communal your. You'll be necklace. Who took some sun moschino. Malvo p my l. opportunity machine class. My class sees be i.
Kinda Funny Games Daily
Persona 5 Strikers Review
"Let's talk about persona strikers review roundup gathering this at nine. Am it sat at an eighty. Four on metacritic. Twenty eight gave it a four point. Five out of five were keenum. Call says persona five. Strikers is proof. That change isn't always a bad thing. While it may not hold onto everything that made its forebear a phenomenon the new elements it brings to the table more than make up for it and show that the series future lies in more than just straightforward turn based jr pg's. It's an experience fans will find more than enough to love about And that will give them plenty of hope for the series. Bright future over at games beat. Mike manati gave it a four out of five and rights now. Strikers isn't exactly on the same scope as a full blown persona game. the social aspects aren't as robust. You weren't forty relationships with your characters. Are eating beef bowls increase your personality traits and not as long persona five may take you about one hundred hours to beat. Strikers only took me a bit over thirty hours to complete. I'm not gonna complain about that. Though that felt like a good length for an action role playing game and it makes sense that the experience would be a bit shorter without the counter events. That felt normal persona game prince parentheses. You aren't studying for tests or picking up after school jobs but you're still collecting personas. Infusing them to make new ones. You're still rocking out to an amazing soundtrack which includes a nice collection of new songs and remixed tunes persona five. And if you liked percent of five you're going to have a great time. I'm not sure. I'm not sure if you would call five strikers a spin off or a sequel honestly it feels more like the ladder but if you want to call it a spinoff. It's the best one that the persona series has offered yet and then it. It was an eight point zero from tom marks. Who writes persona five. Strikers main story is every bit a direct sequel to the persona five that it is every bit the direct sequel to promote a five. That seems making this summer road trip with the phantom thieves essential for fans of the original and probably pretty confusing for anybody who hasn't played it. It's lack of personas signature. Social calendar systems are the only places its spin off. Status becomes a bit of a letdown but even replacing turn based combat with real time. Action doesn't stop it from recapturing. The feel of its predecessor overall. Its structure is far more close to closer to the action. Its structure is far closer to action. jr pg's like kingdom hearts then the mousse omega force. Its best known for but the varied play styles of each character and the story that pulls them along made the fairly simple active hacking through shadows enjoyable to the very last surprise.
YouTube Music takes on Spotify in India
"Tech giant Google has entered India's rapidly expanding music streaming market Johnson's sing discusses how it will fare in this increasingly crowded market would Stephanie Findlay and snicker Pune. Stephanie let me start with you first Indians of big consumers of music video and streaming services, but they already have plenty fortunes. How big is the market, and what is Google and YouTube music, offering the Indian market is big in your has one point three billion people and more and more people are coming online. Now that India has fast and cheap internet and YouTube is hoping to capitalize on this growing wave of internet users. They're coming in their offering a free version, and then an ad free premium version for nine thousand nine rupees a month, the pricing is competitive it's a little bit cheaper than what Spotify offering. But all in all everybody is offering about the same price for similar services. Youtube has an advantage in that most people are listening to music watching music videos on YouTube. Anyways. So they're hoping to convert their free users into paying users cheap data has also fuelled demand for Indian content sneak that Utah to not go in the F D magazine on the topic. Tell us about the rise of Indian YouTubers why has it come to be such a rage in India? The main reason behind the rise of YouTube in India's the explosion in internet access that the country has seen in the past few years with hundreds of millions of new people being connected to the internet internet access is very cheap today for many people. It's also free for some time before they can buy. So as many as two forty five million Indians are washing YouTube every month, the rise of YouTube has also to do with the fact that unlike most of the internet, whether it's websites or social media, it's not negotiated through text. So it's like, wait even people who. Do not have a very high rate of literacy, they can use YouTube to manage most of their needs. So they are going to YouTube to ask questions in a way that people ask questions on Google. They are using YouTube to make friends they are using YouTube to find jobs to learn skills and to consume entertainment, Lord, Lord, Lord of it who are the most popular Indian stars on YouTube, and how do they compare to the biggest YouTube names that are so many popular Indian YouTube stars at least more than three hundred of them have over million followers of subscribers. So you can imagine the world of popular Indian YouTube star. Speaking most of the people featured in the after piece, there's this guy called Manati is nineteen years old. He has over six million subscribers, and he can hardly leave the house last time, we left the house. They told me that he was mobbed in a shopping mall. His shirt was torn off and his cheeks plant is. In terms of how they compare with similar YouTubers globally. You have to understand that numbers are crucial to the game. So for reasonably popular video game in India. There are so many people in general and online and following. We do games that. It can't be that hard for someone who's good to have, you know, subscriber count over a million but chief the same kind of numbers anywhere else in the world will be harder apart from music and entertainment, videos, what other kinds of content are being consumed in India. I mean music and entertainment are very big. But so are many other categories of content. There is a big league of video gamers on YouTube NAR just in India, but globally, so some of the most popular Indian YouTubers are also video gamers, then there are people who are just funny and comedy is huge it in in terms of entertainment. So. The comedy stars are high up there with like millions and billions of scrapers. There is a young woman. Call initial diction whose YouTube numismatic, Charlotte, she has one point two million followers across the world, including Indians who live abroad and most of them are women. So she talks mainly about girl stuff, and she's doing very well. With that academic instruction is very big.
What's Going on With Michael Avenatti?
"A Los Angeles woman has obtained a restraining order against anti Trump attorney, Michael Manati, Michael naughty as awaiting a hearing on the restraining order, which is set for next month. Morelli an actress who appeared in oceans, eight father domestic. Restraining order on Monday in Los Angeles. But it's not clear if she's the same woman who accused of naughty of domestic violence last week avenue was formerly charged on Wednesday and has tweeted in response to that restraining order saying the claim is quote bogus and fabricated. Yeah. This is the same Michael ever Nadia said that women who levelled allegations against supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh