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"mankin" Discussed on What's Wrong With Wrestling? WWE Recap Show
"Of what's wrong with wrestling. I'm Andrew pizano along with Eric slammed in Hamilton. That's right, I'm back. I'm back. I needed a week to recuperate. Yeah. You know, 'cause man, what a week that was for me. Right. WrestleMania week went up there Thursday. Till, you know, we drove back Monday, right? So yeah, it was good. It was good. I think the best part was that, you know, a while back ago, I came on the AEW show, right? Yes. And I smashed the AEW show. And then I went to WrestleMania. And I smashed at WrestleMania. Look at this. And I wanna title. Yeah, you did. Yeah, look at that. Champ champ. Slammy two belts. So crazy how that works. I did it, you know? I did it. I think when Becky was double champ, I was double champ. Yeah. It's just like a funny coincidence. Whenever they have double champs, so do we. We have double champs. Yeah, that's great. So me and Roman just smash in with her double champs. There you go. Yeah. So maybe I'll go, oh, smash Roman. Maybe I'll smash Roman. While The Usos watch. You just lucky they put the battle royal on WrestleMania SmackDown, otherwise I'd be in the champ. I mean, would you do? I would. No one else even thought of madcap moss winning that battle royal. You guys were like, Damian priest Finn Balor. I was like, no, I don't think so. I don't think so. No, they got to pay off this happy Corbin storyline somehow. That's true. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So, but you know, it's funny because ever since WrestleMania, people were hopeful that maybe Ron SmackDown would be good again. Correct. And it's been just as bad or worse. Or worse. I mean, this week we have awards that we do every week. I can't think of anything I could pick for best moment. I really can't. Right. For SmackDown and raw, that's 5 hours of television. And I can't, I can't tell you one thing that I actually liked from the show. Yeah. That's bad. It is. And it's like what you've been saying, like how is this the same people who made WrestleMania? Right. Especially because it's not like we had our hopes, sky high for WrestleMania. We were going in with very to little interest. Right, you were even debating like, I don't even know if I think I might sell my ticket, honestly. Yeah. And I'm glad you didn't because that worked out so me too. I'm so glad that I saw Stone Cold Steve Austin's last match. Right. His first match in 19 years and is probably his last match ever. Yeah, plus I mean, it got us all on the floor for night two. Yes. So that was great. That was phenomenal. But like, you know, we don't go in with any expectations for raw SmackDown. We're still let down. Yeah. It's such a hard watch. Right. Especially if you watch live, because it's just, you know, it's like we've been saying someone comes out to have a match. We go to commercial so we come back. There's a video package of something else, a backstage interview. Meanwhile, the guys just in the ring for 20 minutes. Correct. And then after that match, it's like another 20 minutes in between matches. It's all bullshit, recaps, and can you imagine if they hired Tony shivani? Oh my God. All right, Tony over to you, Tony. Thanks, Tony. It would be that for 20 minutes. Tony Tony to Tony. Yeah. It's rough, but it is our job to recap it. Unfortunately, it is. We do this. We suffer for you for you people. We do. For our fans. But first, we have the sufferers. We have to thank some of our lovely fans. You've signed up on Patreon. Hey, the great thing about WrestleMania season is we always get a shit ton of patrons. We had a bunch last week and that continued this week. So, without further ado, you know, it's been a while since you've read them. Okay. Do you want to do the honors? Yeah, yeah, yeah. All right. I'll do this. Yeah. All right, so we got JT Pisani. Yeah, that's their real name. Yes. Very close, obviously. Only one letter separates me and this guy's last name. Yeah, so weird. Yep. We got Ratko joke joke. Maybe. This is why I asked you to do it. I don't get it. I don't think it's a joke. Oh, okay. Yeah. We got Scott mater. Danny count, or cone. Tone? Yeah. Ryan mankin. The old Kanye, not the new one. Yeah, that new one sucks. Yeah, the old Kanye, the good one. Barry M koechner, the cock in her cochlear. Very macaque and her very much. We have two of those now, by the way, two of our patrons with the same name. That's crazy. I know. Barry McAuliffe? Barry macaque. Maybe they're the second father, son. That could be it. Barry McCarthy, junior. We've got, let's see, Tyler gruenwald. Sebastian Atkins Taylor. Came quicker than veer. Wow, that's amazing. There it is. Yep. Elias's other brother, Emmett. Oh, wow. Who are you? Who knew? I know. The third one. Yeah. Andrew's slightly in large scrotum. Just slightly. Yeah. Yeah. And then we've got Oscar anaya. With a year or so. Wow. And if I butcher your name, you know that's part of the process. That's all part of it. That's kind of why you sign up for Patreon, just to hear your name butchered. Yeah, exactly. Yeah. So there you go. People who have normal names are like, fuck, they're not gonna mess my name up. Yeah. And Andrew's slightly in large scrotum. They sent me their driver's license. That is their real name. Wow. Yeah. So is it like their middle name slightly and then it's enlarged and scrotum? Yes. Okay. Yeah, interesting. Yeah. Maybe it's a married name, maybe. Yeah. You should just be Andrew slightly scrotum. But now. Andrew, slightly scrotum. So yeah, if you want to be like those fine people, go to Patreon dot com slash what's wrong with wrestling $5 a month gets you everything. We have weekly AW recaps, go check out our WrestleMania podcast, reviewing both nights, full detail. It was like an hour and 45 minute podcast. It was. It was a big one. The biggest one of the year. And coming this month, we got two bonus episodes for you. One, two. We're gonna be playing WWE two K 22. Yes. And the much anticipated worst promo bracket part two, boom. It's coming. It is. It's like beer. Like veer, but it won't disappoint when it finally arrives. Correct. When it finally comes, you're gonna come to. It's just gonna be like. Yeah. All over it. It's gonna be whatever you listen to your podcast song. Oh yeah, it's gonna be smart speaker. It's gonna be a lot of laughter. So Patreon dot com slash what's wrong with wrestling and make sure you subscribe and listen to our other podcasts, Hollywood hogwash, available anywhere podcasts are heard. Apple podcast Spotify all that stuff. Where are you listening to us right now? Are you watching us on YouTube? Well, you can watch that podcast on YouTube as well. Hollywood hogwash pod on YouTube, and you can follow the show on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at Hollywood hog pod. So there you go. What's the update on the footage we.
"mankin" Discussed on TNCnow
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"mankin" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station
"In it's easy to find ways to monetize games and collections and pieces and there's a lot of of focus in that right now in in a lot of the aspects of what were enjoying in our disney experience. So i enjoy it. I think is kind of fun. It's neat to like you said you kind of Tease your friends. Because you found something or got something to somebody else didn't it's almost like When you're collecting pins or you're collecting other pieces and digitally it's an i'm gonna come bring it all the way back full circle because as somebody who in the future wants to see more walt in the parks we've gotten away from that just a little bit. I think this is what walt wanted. Because i think families will be able to have fun together. Maybe dad doesn't wanna ride. You know the new guardians ride. Maybe mom can't handle tower. Everybody can do this. Because we all have a digital vice. We can share in that experience together. We can play collectively. Look how many people do we see in line playing heads up and playing these other games together. Now they're gonna be able to do it but in a way that's going to interact with the place that you're in as opposed to this third party app it's disconnected but even you know we can have these things where families can all get involved but i think where the technology will even go further is getting on the ride sitting next to someone and each of you have to totally different experiences new ways to maybe experienced old classics. Maybe on mansion get something. Where maybe there's a vr headset involve. We've seen this at other attractions elsewhere or a component on your you know Magic band plus but ways to experience the attractions in new light with new set of eyes. And you can experience it differently from a person in the doom buggy behind you earn the doom buggy forty. I'm not saying they're changing haunted mansion. Don't don't another guys. Don't come at me bro. That's another or y'all. But i think there's so much potential with that going forward. I'm gonna let i'm gonna throw one last thing out there and it's possibly wishful thinking but i. I really do believe that it's going to be true. And i'm not one to throw out dates or date ranges. But i think this will happen within the next decade. There is no way that marvel is not going to come to walt disney world disney and going to work out the details of that archaic agreement that happened pre mc you because i'm sure if i'm universal there's a lot of reasons fiscal and otherwise but the characters were. They are living in a time. That kids can't relate to. And i think there's a there's a very much of a disconnect for kids waiting to see you characters and i'm like wait a minute that guys wear and underpants and wearing yellow tights. I think it just has to chain. Look even in california like it's not marvel spiderman. It's not so there's a lot of things that are sort of blocking the way for just a natural progression. And i think those hurdles will without a doubt be overcome much to the joy of nerds around the world. I agree with you that it's it's going to happen some day. It's a matter of when that's going to happen. Because there's a lot of money at stake thursday lou at www thursday and they're changing the haunted mansion. Okay we're announcing you now is that we're doing. Yeah seriously it. It does make business sense for both sides. It makes sense for dizzy to acquire those rights. Back it also makes sense for universal to hold onto a long as they can to get the best deal that they can for it so eventually those two sides have got to come to. Some sort of agreement is going to happen this year next year. Five years from now. Who knows when. But hopefully it will happen so becky. What you're saying is disney's purchase universal becky at me. I travel dot com. She called here on october. Four i wanna do. I wanna do events over here. Marvel offense like you have no idea so remember. I know i know someday. Someday we'll talk about this on the whiteboard. Is it well. It wasn't the whiteboard and he stopped telling me look with with fifty years of history and legacy and memories and all these other things. There's obviously we can touch on it all. I think this was a really interesting. Look at the past and present and the future. I certainly want to hear from you. Our friend who is sitting out here on a glorious evening dizzy springs by the way. What your thoughts are. Share your thoughts your memories of the past present future. What you miss. What you love what you love or what you are most excited for. You can do it a couple of different ways. You can call the voicemail four seven nine hundred nine hundred ninety one. That's four seven nine hundred. Ww one or come be part of the community and conversation over in the clubhouse over on facebook at w. w. dot com slash clubhouse. When you're done doing all that you obviously have to go see what connor and jeremiah and becky are up to just quickly tell people quickly becky tell people where they can find you you can find me at. Wd w opinion dot com on social media at wcw opinion on tick-tock. These guys know what. I think you talk at w. w. opinion and all social. Media's you can you do little podcast new podcast all that stuff. You buy my book from yacht club to diamond mine. On amazon or wcw. Opinion dot com. How hey. I need to write a book. I guess i'm jeremiah at all the social media's but mostly i'm founded laughing place dot com. We actually have a real website still Our social media's are all laughing underscore place instagram twitter. We have a tick talk. Tell me ticky top. No i put up a few attractions videos. Just got you know stay. I got a slap with the kids. Sam any on thursday on mansion but yeah laughing place dot com. We're always we cover pretty much the entire world at this point. So we're always you guys have been around long. And i mean isn't the best way you got. You've been doing this a long time. We started in the late nineties and had been going ever since Becky is one of our amazing sponsors. We love her to death. We love lulu. I now very fond of connor. So we'll bring it all full circle and can be found at becky. Mankin spilled weird b. C. i am. Ah n. k. e. n. all the socials and our company is me. I mouse fan travels so that on all.
"mankin" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"The one who has to analyze it so we also get on. They play tower of truth. Just like the django on where you have to do dares i feel like what was notable. Here oh cash kissing rahul. They ended to aspire mankin. Who was the worst thing i've ever seen in my entire life. Why was she sucking on his tongue. Like that these days kipah bashing a cares. I passionately hated. This and i kept going. I kept going and going and going and his tongue was just like out of his mouth. Just like flopping around like a dead fish and she's just like sucking it up and i'm like i listen if two people are kissing and that's what they're doing and they're having a good time peace be with you. Okay not on my tv screen. Not on my watch like a death eater sucking the soul out of someone's body. It was not fun really gross. If anyone listening anybody listening if your kissing style is to just stick your tongue in someone's mouth and or to just suck on someone's tongue. I want you to reevaluate. There are better ways to do it. I've never personally tried that way. But i can tell you that there could be a better kisser if you just stopped doing. Those things cash won or tied at least for the best kisser in that competition and i am reevaluating. Everything knowing that shannon cash one. I am as well first of all. We saw that. They were doing like an exorcism with their necks. I do think like part of what makes cash a good kisser. Probably that she goes with whatever the other person is doing so when raul is like lemme lob my whole tongue out. She's like okay. I'm gonna go with it. He probably had a really enjoyable time. I did not need the tongue sandwich on tv. It was not fun. It was the worst thing i've ever seen possibly my entire life. I didn't like when flow. Did the spiderman kiss to will was not so disgusting. Yeah no was a kiss. Had a great time great. Now i was gonna time will obviously but yeah. It was night and day. i just. It's a public service announcement. Do not just stick your tongue in someone's mouth like that don't suck someone's.
"mankin" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria
"You know like no one likes hospitals knowing being hospitals. And i if they're really angry about what's happening to them or their families like a less stable person even a fairly stable person might take it out on whoever's nearby what does your nurse and so like it doesn't seem like any part of the profession really takes that into consideration when designing how a nurse's job and leading to pay more. We need to protect them. That was pretty jarring to me. I did not realize there was an article that credit press was quoted in or wrote in the huffington post She writes mankin attacked. Because saturday done something. Someone doesn't like whereas women get attached because they're visible in the author's kind of campaign for twitter to add a a report abuse button was kind of what she's talking about when she she said this quote. It's frustrating that there's like so much a woman could say anything but she's being a public figure in taking a stand on something people attack her as a woman she was giving rape and death threats like her mental health spiraled for awhile because she couldn't stand up against it because onslaught of Really violent acts towards her whereas other men might receive. Like your idea sucks. Not like as a being. I want to destroy you. It's a whole new level of of hyper visibility. I mean we could dig into a more about podcast before when we grad rebecca solnit men. Explain things to me. She say specifically about violence against women. that one it is reported. It's just not listened to a cycle. What were you doing. I'm what was the extenuating circumstances We want answers because no no person be that terrible Instead of like we we believe you how make our world safer. She talks about the damage at us. Two bodies when we don't have access to public russians that not only are available and free but are safe. She gives examples where there are public restrooms. But they're not in well lit areas for with women developing nations where they will just hold it in and not go to the bathroom when their body needs to which can lead to a bladder infections. Urinary tract infections. Really painful issues all that stuff. Not from the one in being in the wrong place. The woman's body being wrong like this where people want to blame it on. Why did she just use the restroom. No society was not set up in a way that she felt safe in the darkness. She is invisible. People won't know she's an predators line. Wait the other one. That really stood out to me was Women in politics she talked about how like we sort of see. Since women have been joining politics we sort of see a rise in fall sort of fluctuates. The percentage of women who are in politics partly because of the way that the election systems are set up and parties will tend to favour male or female candidates and all that but also partially because the a greater percentage of governing body. Women take up the more visible. They are to their male counterparts. The were they're attacked by their fellow governing body. The men in you know parliament or congress. Or whatever will the more women that are there. They will be purposely excluded. They will be sexually harassed. At a higher rate there will be more ignored on the floor. Were they will not be given roles in committees or things like the just the more visible women become in government the more they're attacked whereas like if you have a really small percentage of women in government they're sort of the exceptions to the rule. Like you're just one of the guys or whatever you're not at the minute there's a group of women. Suddenly the men are more threatened than women sort of burn out because they can't be as effective because they're being collectively shutout in tact and so then they leave politics and then the percentage goes down and dies down a little bit of start dover so that was a bit disheartening as well. So the third area of focus. Yes i hey laborer. Taken away growth. So what is unpaid labor unpaid. Labor is the things that you do to take care of your house your family your community that you don't get paid for a lot of people do this A lot of parents work a lot of unpaid labor. They're not getting paid to stay with their infant at three in line with the cry Is labor you know what i cook my dinner in. Clean my apartment. i'm working. I'm not relaxing. But i'm not going to be seven in ways participates in unpaid labor but we see a higher percentage of women take care of the unpaid labor for their families and their communities. So when we speak about unpaid labor women are a big part of that. They come for a lot of unpaid labor and when it's unpaid it also means it's uncounted in most places one thing. That was mind boggling to me someone who's never taken an econ class. I had no clue that the gdp is well. It's made up like our everything is when it comes to money but the way we said. Listen an account. Gdp in the nineteen thirties. When someone put this idea together this person being a man was okay. Was all the work that people are getting paid for. How much are we creating in our imports and exports than manufacturing. And they're counting up all these things creating number and then using some sort of metric to compare things but when you don't count unpaid labor it gets erased so when there are New laws go into effect and she cites some specifically in the uk which should be. I do like the austerity period or austerity times. I don't remember exactly what they referenced that time their government they are looking for ways to cut back on spending. Which in theory great. Yeah let's not spend too much when we don't need to but what it did was cut back from a lot of social service programs that then just put a lot more work on women but we don't count unpaid labor so it'd be the gdp look good like we're spending less money and we're just as productive as always but like no one's noticing. The women like crush by the way of their labor. They need to do and leaving. The workforce because of a mentioned that i work with a parenting organization that provides resources to parents during the pandemic and breeding the research hearing from a lot of guests that the organization is brought in to speak about how the pandemic is affecting mothers. Were seeing like a huge chunk of women who've lost the workforce and You know there's a lot of conversations in the us right now. Specifically around unemployment benefits and a lot of particularly republican governors and state leaders are saying. Oh it's because we're paying too much in unemployment. They don't wanna go back to work but it's like we know like yeah. We started getting vaccinated in april. May but i love the school store open. Childcare was in stable. There's still a huge chunk of people who can't go back to work or don't feel like they're in a place where they can go back to work because they don't have care for their family members.
"mankin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
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"mankin" Discussed on Importance Of Questions- Quora
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"mankin" Discussed on Un poco de todo
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"mankin" Discussed on Daily Pop
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"mankin" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"Why do we grab our bibles and turn to john chapter. Eleven the title of my messages. Hope for hurting hearts. It's a day like any other day. Get outta bed. You trust your breakfast cup of coffee. check your emails. Maybe hopefully you read your bible before that and then it happens that phone call out of the blue from a police officer or a friend delivering bad news or a note on your counter from your spouse saying they want out of the marriage a new pain in your body. You'd never noticed before a call from your doctor. Sienese concerned about a test. That was just done on you. And he wants to do some more tests crisis it hits fast. It hits hard and it takes. No prisoners. pain is knocked on your front door. It's moved in without your permission. And it refuses to lee and this crisis that you've experienced can alter the course of your life dramatically in fact you wouldn't even wish it on your worst enemy but yet it's happening to you for job. His whole world came crashing down on him and one day for joseph. It was a betrayal by brothers had changed the course of his life for jesus. It was a religious leaders and one of his own friends who actually betrayed him. And for you it might be something else you feel like. You're in a unexpected overpowering storm and your little ship is starting to capsize. And you're even beginning to lose. Hope it's been said quote. Mankin live forty days without food three days without water but not even minutes without hope. We all need hope in our life and that happened to me on july twenty fourth. Two thousand eight. When we heard the news no parent wants to hear that our son christopher had left this world and had gone onto the next one that he was now in heaven he was killed in an automobile accident just seeing them like that is devastating. It's an understatement. It's life altering. I've felt like all the air was sucked out of the room. I was in an immediate state of shock. I collapsed to the ground. I thought if i could die from hearing something. I literally physically die from that information that was given to me and somehow i survived it and so as i was dealing with this new reality that he did not want to face. I had people who had gone through. It say you should keep a journal. Well i've never really had a journal. You know when. I think of journal i think is something a little kid has maybe the little lock on it or something a journal and so i started opening up word documents and just kind of typing my thoughts that way i was feeling each day and then they begin to take shape and i read some other books on sudden loss and and i thought i want to share this with other people so it turned into a little book became known as hope for hurting hearts over the years. I've written seventy books. I didn't see anyone that's read them. I just have written and this is probably the most important book i've ever written for the simple reason i've heard so many stories from people who've told me how it helped them in an hour of crisis and i wrote it from the valley. It's a dispatch from the valley of the shadow of death. that's not theoretical. It's real because it's close to win. It happened in real time and basically the book talk about what happens when pain or hardship comes in my case it was a loss of my son and then the hope that i found from scripture. The hope that i found from my relationship with god the hope that is sustained me all these years and continues to say me as other hardships. Come my way in this. Hope is here for all of us right here right now. You do not have to be hopeless. No matter what you're facing at this particular moment you know. We have a generation. That's been dubbed the hopeless generation. That's generation z. Born from nineteen ninety five to two thousand eight the hopeless generation. There's also the most depressed generation. In fact this generation for them and depressant are the best selling pharmaceuticals and they also have the highest suicide rate. Well listen. I have hope for the hopeless generation. I have hope for the millennials. I have hope for the baby boomers. I have hoped for the greatest generation. It's the hope of a relationship with god. Through jesus christ and i want to share that hope the bible describes poop as an inker hebrews six nineteen says we have this hope as an anchor for the soul firm and secure and we need this hope. Because they'll tell you when your due hardship that thing that helps you are not pious platitudes. The thing that will help you is the word of god. Some thirty eight fifteen. The psalmist says in you. Oh lord i hope you will hear old lord. My god someone thirty five. I'm counting on the lord. Put my hope in his word. That's gonna find the hope from god and from his word. I just finished a three part series as you know. Called god's answer to fear anxiety and worry and one of the points. I made was eighty five percent of the stuff you worry about. We'll never happen to you okay. So why stress out over that up today. I want to talk about the other fifteen percent when that thing that you feared actually does happen to you when the worst case scenario takes place when you hear the worst news imaginable and you wonder if you can survive the answer is yes. Yes you can for me. At first. it wasn't getting through the day. It was getting through the next five minutes. I felt like i had the weight of the world on me. I felt almost a physical weight on my chest. And i'll tell you what helped me was reading. Scripture see living in grief and grieving is a little bit like wiping out on a wave. How many of you have ever been out in the surf and been thrown over the falls of. Raise your hand up most of you. Some of you what you don't go in the ocean. It seems to happen to everyone eventually. But i'm gonna get times right. Been out there and you know when a big set is coming in and buy big centimeter bunch of waves and the one after one coming is even bigger and bigger and bigger your inclination is to turn around and paddle towards shore as fast as possible. And that's a bad decision because then you're gonna get hit in the impact zone. What you need to do is paddle out toward the waves. Try to go one to them before they break. Keep going keep going if you get to. Catalina you've gone too far. But i can times where i've done over the falls as they so you're in like just like this washing machine of whitewater and you can actually lose direction and more than one person has gone down when they should go up so if you have a boogie board or some kind of a flotation device at you. It's probably attached to your leg. So here's what you do. If you're caught in whitewater says a tip for summer you might think me later if you're caught in whitewater and you have a boogie board or something grab your leash and pull on it. Go in the direction of the leash. It'll always take you to the surface okay. So here's how it works for us when we're dealing with grief we don't know which way is up. We're losing perspective. The bible is the leash. You.
"mankin" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada
"You like where do you kind of take from it. I don't really have an opinion. Beside what professor galloway mentioned in his stick was cool. I thought he was talking more about this. Attention graph iowa versus android users. He had some formula population thames or spending to buy their attention graph in. He said that apple is a car. Now it's naturally connects spend market cap. Because they'll be in front of people for longer than they could somewhere ads. The also said though that apple look the apple to acquire peleton for that same reason. Because they're going to have the opportunity to gain more attention so speaking your peleton. That is the greatest thing in the world. I mean. I can't believe they haven't bought it yet. I don't know how apple why does apple always have to pay so much money for these things like they should have bought this thing six months ago. And here we are. It's the size of suncorp too and They can't possibly fill all their orders. You go and you look at all of the comments. I was talking with one of adrianus friends today. And she had mentioned that if you go and look at all the commentary in their advertising and everyone is pissed because they can't get delivery by they love the product but they cannot get delivered like. There's just this obsession with it. It is a cult. It is an apple iphone all over again. it's a signal fest. Oh you're cool. You got a pet. I gotta peleton follow me on peleton. I'm gonna work out in the morning. You're gonna work out in the morning. Let's see prove it like it's it's just this huge huge signal fest in apple loves that have they not butter. It's perfect yeah. I don't know i've spent two thousand minutes on it. This year. Humble brag a little bit. Yeah i mean. I'm still. I'm still not even in first place. I got thirty followers. Or something on the thing or twenty nine and keenan who listen to this. Podcast is ahead of me still in it. Kills me just to dethrone. This mankin also beat me on my thirty minute like my the the most output that i've done in thirty minutes like the guy just keeps on dunkin on me. It's killing me. He's just frigging. Jack get lost loss for me though is got him. I know you listen to about fifteen plug every week. What what was your recommendation best. Podcasts i gotta listen to you catch.
"mankin" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mankin" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast
"The following message from pastor greg. Laurie is made possible by harvest. Partners helping people everywhere. No god to find out how to know god personally go to know. God dot org k. N. o. w. no god dot org he. Would you do me a favor share. This message was someone who needs to hear it. It's been said that mankin live forty days without food three days without water. Eight minutes without air and about one second without hope. So what is my hope in. My home is in god. Coming up today. On a new beginning pastor greg. Laurie points out. When we place our hope and our god his hopes for us begin to take shape. I know the thoughts that i think toward you. Says the lord their thoughts peace not of evil to give you a future. A the old pop song by bill withers called lean on me talked about the value of leaning on a friend. Were week today. We'll see that's god's message to us when our lives have been shredded by circumstances beyond our control or even circumstances brought on by our mistakes. God is our refuge today. On a new beginning pastor greg. Laurie points out after his son suddenly went to heaven. god's compassion was reconfirmed and he shares that reassurance. Today understand what. I'm going to be sharing.
"mankin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Way. Just past the guy on the jetpack. Mankin 1997. Okay. Thank you. Were they after your left side or right side off the one side of code Maybe. 303 100 yards or so well Power else's and the jet was flying. The world shook in horror at that news. A jetpack had been seen right up next to a flying airline. Some lunatic was flying around l A x, possibly a hero. We don't know Inter or a superhero. He was flying around intermingling with the passenger airliners dangerous for everyone. I want you to picture a guy. In camel camouflage jumpsuit. Tough too, But I never found the guy right now. No one was there were some sightings to on some radio shows that you know how you out? Wasn't the Chinese and the Russians or terrorists or whoever right I want you to picture a guy in a camel suit gloves, helmet face shield, etcetera. Hard to see because the camel but I'm trying to jet jet to controllers for jet pack and then, like weird wing like things sprouting from side. I want you to picture that. I think I would pull myself if I actually ever pressed the buttons on a jetpack and shot up in there. Well, picture that being not a guy with a jet pack but a drone designed to look exactly like a guy with a jet pack. That's what they're thinking It is. It's a drone the they came across a video of this remote controlled jetpack guy. It's a drone you could buy. Apparently. Um, that looks like a dude. But it's not. It's just a drone. Well, then they shouldn't be flying it around. You know, the flight paths of jets coming in out l A X Obviously, you could buy that. Yeah, Yeah. Just see this. We'll see the picture of what I did. But I know it's something you could buy. Well, then how did it take so long to figure out this mystery summit on Amazon today? Look just like that. Oh, you did. Okay. Never mind. I'm surprised. You know, Like any time in the first several years after 9 11, this would have been an earth shattering story. Oh, yeah, yeah. Uh, let's you know we'll have the link to the article because there are a lot of visuals and it goes in and out of security practices for the F B F F A A and the F B I and Etcetera. It's not clear when the video was shot. It's Providence is unconfirmed. But if it's legit, that's what happened. We're at the park the other day. Um, skateboarding, right, Mike stuff like that. And there were a couple of older dudes that they were like. Mid thirties, maybe forties that had the most sensational drone I've ever seen. He was one of those expensive ones like they have won a best buy. Right now. It's almost $2000. It was incredible. The strong that was pretty dang big what it could do. And they were watching a screen. I assume they had great camera quality flying over, you know? Oh, yeah, the camera quality's amazing. I'm surprised. Nothing bad has come out of a drone story yet that nobody's used it. In such a way that I got a whole bunch of attention. You know, a bomb of breaking something I've seen it used for. Somebody was using it to drop stuff into prison. Your hearts was one of the first things. I saw your cell phones in a prison. You that's no good. I feel like the drone thing I talk. I talk to my kids about this that the drone thing is not caught on the way. I thought it would. I would have thought when the technology first hit, this was going to change. Everything exploded this night, but it seems like there's a lot of you get it. You flight a couple of times, and that was cool, and that's kind of it makes him super cool video footage of your neighborhood. Yeah, yeah, it's become really useful in real estate. And I was talking to a real estate buddy of mine the other day about this and actually filmmaker friend of mine who does occasionally drone stuff for hire. I get that But just in for the general person having a drone. It seems to me just from observation of people I know. Have him You get it? It's cool. You do it a couple of times and that's about it. The pricing for consumer level stuff like what you can, realistically by from not too much money. Can't do all that much other than the helicopter shot. Well, what are you going to do any way other than spying your hot neighbor drop a grenade into the backyard of your enemy. But even those like the weight capacity of these things like you can't really send it up with like water balloons and try to drop it like they just built for that, right? Right unless you Spend two girl and then what do you doing? Spending two grand and thrown water balloons. And if you are doing that, my diem's air open. Let me know where you're doing. Shows the footage. We've had a number of drones. And you get some idiot would drop it from 5000 ft. And can somebody that's amazing how cheap some of these are. I mean, they're really cheap and they fly and I would have been just amazed as a kid to been able to have this sort of a toy. But we've had a couple for the kids, and they're they're kind of cool for a while, and they they had they had they. They each got one that there were super faster once and said to get out in the yard. You set it down. You hit the switch and just to show it was gone. I don't even know where it went. Okay, let's be more careful never to be seen again, Never to be seen again. Let's be more careful of Henry's will set it down. Hit the liver put you on. It was gone. Those two each lasted a total of six second. Wow between the two of them and never saw him again. That's awesome. That's terrible. Was money down the drain so onto something important lot of talk yesterday about immunity. I believe that was the theme of the inauguration yesterday is what I'm told American unity or something. Which is all very, very exciting. And Jonah Goldberg, who were fans of around here, wrote and talked about how that's a little misleading. On not really the answer to our problems. 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"mankin" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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"mankin" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station
"Discussed last week twenty twenty showed us what we'd love appreciates and need not just the magic of disney parks but what we have and what we share on screen and at home so this week i promise you two things that this will not be another three hour show clearly. There was way more that we needed to get out of our system than i thought. And that we're going to look at our ten things or looking forward to in disney in twenty twenty one. And since i think and hope and pray that they already had their research done and list made last week show. That went longer than expected. I have invited back to the show. Becky mankin from mouse fan travel liza glasner from the castle run and core memory candles dot com and john kerry from big fat panda dot com to join me ladies. Gentlemen welcome back. It is so great to be back especially because after that therapy session. That three hour therapy session. We time it's gonna be great to look forward instead of behind us downer gone. I think i think i think it was lesar said at the beginning she. She anticipated what was going to be a very cathartic episode. And hopefully it was for you. Who join me and you who hopefully made it through mostly awake for the the entire three hour tour bit. Look i i look at. I look at the past as an opportunity to learn from what we did and experienced and even maybe some of the opportunities that we lost. And i look forward with hope and optimism and excitement for what is to come and i get that it is not easy and i want to quickly preface by saying I i think. I did unless we show and and last weeks wednesday night live show Whether it was a lot going on in the real world i am. I am not blind to what is happening. Outside of our doors right now and Two things that are happening to people that we know and to so many so many other people as well and and in disney context certainly from cast members out of work to people who can't get to come and enjoy the parks for one reason or another. I i am very understanding and very sensitive to that. Which is why i want and i think now more than ever. I really want this show to be a place to escape to choose the good to focus on the positive to hopefully make your day brighter. Be a light However bright or small in in what is often a very dark world. so i ask you to. Please don't think that anything that i ever do here on the show or on the live show is ignorant or insensitive to what is happening in the real world but this this show is not the place for that right onto place that we talk about those things instead. I want this to be a a mental and emotional respite a place and a time. That will bring a smile to your face and this week's contest context hopefully a little bit of missouri and hope for the future and with that said. I do think that there is a lot to be excited about In the parks at in theaters and at home. And yes while we learned from twenty twenty that we never know what tomorrow is going to bring as i think back to. You know our countdown to what. We're looking forward in two thousand. I always say. Look if you wanna make god laugh. Tell them what you're doing tomorrow. But i do want to focus on the ten ish things that we are expecting more importantly the things that we are really excited about and i think the way that makes most sense to do it is maybe start with the disney parks. Walt disneyworld disneyland. And then we'll wait. Make our way onto the big and small screens and with that being said I know becky. I know you love always going first. And then lisa and then john because i still believe in chivalry not being dead and ladies i see but you know that drives me crazy when i'm i so that's why you're calling on your first because it you know it's gonna drive me nuts back to lose tuition if i go i you. You can play your told my stuff. Yeah exactly right and then if you don't know why am i not going. I might not important somebody else. All the one bit of nugget golden one thing if this was with least knock yourself. I'm good. I'm good however i just wanna put it out there that there are so many things to be excited for. I do have a very long list however some of them might actually bleed into other pieces. But i'm going to go with the one that i thought about this topic. The one thing that i was looking forward to most besides just world peace and things like i don't know getting better getting back to normal getting a vaccine in my arm but other than that the i think it came to my my head is i hate to say this way but i'm gonna anyway for disneyland to reopen. That's that is the number one thing that came to my brain because you know clearly haven't had a chance to go to disneyworld yet but still just knowing that disney land is still closed. I kinda imagine what the park is like during the day with nobody there and what. It's been like this entire time with the rides. What what are they doing right now when no one is there except for the cleanup crews and In the construction crews. I'm sure there's a lot of of tidying up. That's being done right now. But it's kinda interesting just to kind of close your eyes and imagine what it must be like all of these months with no guests which is very sad too so i think the number one thing. I'm looking forward to is those disneyland gates opening backup and guests can come back into the park to enjoy the magic becky. I had in my notes. And for some things i have. You know more extensive bullet points than others. I have in my notes disneyland open. Just dot dot dot open and then bite. Herman spiderman is is not even secondary tertiary to the reasons why we want this place to open one because of what it what what disneyland reopening is going to represent not just to disney parks fans but what is happening in the state of california and again. It's this idea of just being in that place stepping foot into that place again. We talked about our individual of emotional responses to walking back into the walt disney world theme parks again. I am magic. Not on on. An even greater grander more pronounced level Especially for so many people in disneyland. Who call in california who call that park truly their home. Yeah all of the people who are locals to the park who who make that a regular routine for their families. I mean on friday night. Dad gets off work. That grabbed the kids. They go to the park to watch the fireworks. I i know a lot of friends in a lot of people who it's a weekly thing for them. The ones that live right there so to have that that thing that brings her family together. not available for this amount of time is it definitely is going to be something to celebrate on so many levels when it opens again. Plus i've really need a cocktail cocktails other place i know. But they're much more magical and disney.
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