20 Burst results for "Mantilla"

Malcolm Smith: Translating The Tantra Without Syllables and The Blazing Lamp Tantra

The Wisdom Podcast

04:41 min | 6 months ago

Malcolm Smith: Translating The Tantra Without Syllables and The Blazing Lamp Tantra

"When they came to bet who brought them, what their purpose in what they're why this important and then we'll get into the ticket volumes that we've just published nephew. Okay. So just a brief resume at some point after shocking money but A. Passed away into in near Bonnet, it's not really clear exactly when shocking anybody is one of the twelve teachers, specific absorb Chen with beginning with the Buddha Dhamma and the first e on and going through a succession of eleven further manifestations which shocked many but it was the last however shocking anybody did not. Teach Chan directly by there is a, there's a prediction somewhere. that that garbage was going to come and teach the vehicle beyond causing results. So, typically speaking in, Buddhism we divide in Tibetan Buddhism. We divide generally speaking to there's the the Janas into three. The first two shelby on my hyeon are considered to be the vehicles the 'cause. Then within my on itself, there's a subdivision into cause and result vehicles and so on is considered to be the vehicle a results. specifically however, zone Chan in the grand tradition of Buddhist triumphalism proposes that it's the it's it's the vehicle beyond causing result. So, really there's three things. So anyway, garb doors Jay we don't exactly know when he lived chugging. I'm Kinda Norbu. Calculated that garb door jay was born in fifty five ad based on his his understanding of calculation but we don't really know with any certainty. in any event, and then there's three different lineages absorb chance. So we have what's known as the someday lineage. Has a long lineage twenty-one Masters from Garb Door J. DOWN TO SRI sing. Ha, and there's long day which has more or less the same short lineage as Medoc de which is the third series. So that would be the mind some people translate this as mine series, space series and then. INTERMIT- instruction series. Now, originally, garb door according to the low Joo Chan Mo of the intake. Garb door Georgia taught six point four, million, Shlo- Kaz, zone Chen not all of that was translated into Tibet into Tibetan a lot of it was left in India. of those six point four, million Schlaug is absorbed Chen and some tax. You've see this Tonga's Montjeu she meter who is his immediate disciple who was a pun vita from Nalanda supposedly who came to debate him and. Lost and in his humiliation over being defeated debate by a young boy. was going to cut out his tongue but garb Georgia said, you know don't do that instead you need to write this tech called Tex called troops some gum. which is very interesting text, actually and in many ways and forms the sort of structural basis in particular for tax like runs I'm choking deep does introduction to my outta systems and so on and so forth. Anyway without getting too far afield module meter divided up zone teachings into what we call the three series. This is according to the larger Chen Mo in the Human Jake, then the his student. Assure Sing, haw- then took the intimate instruction series and divided it into four cycles. The seventeen contras out of all of these there's a vast number of contras seventeen years. The route tax or the young Song Lana May. Core that is the other Lee secret unsurpassed cycle so that so the and the term Ninty by the way actually comes from the draw challenger because the draw. George describes these. Taxes being. Many people, translate Mantilla's heart essence while this has become kind of a standard convention, we have to understand here that actually the word. Ning means something like center. It's like when we talk about the heart

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"mantilla" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Music station. Fred Mantilla, Vermont woman who's now being banned from Tinder after posting a picture. With a deer that she killed while on vacation in San Francisco. She reached out to tender. She says they responded and said that I had violated the terms of service and community guidelines in regards to the photo in question. The woman said I cropped it there. So there are no weapons. No blood my family. We are not trophy hunters. We hunt for food. We respect the animal. We respect the outdoors. We eat every part of the deer. So that we only take shot to be feel that we're going to be. It's going to be good shot. We're gonna take the animal quickly and painlessly as possible. Tenders only comment was we have a team dedicated to investigating each report. That's more reported her for that. Which would have been a guy. I assumed. Because know, I I assume she was seeking men on Tinder. So a guy would have seen that in reported. It any other picture seriously that you can Powell I guess the two of us Paulino, the only ones I've ever been on dating apps, right? Because that'll be guys if you've been dating app. No when I was single I didn't really get into them. They're fun J D Jason Brown. I've been on a dating app in any of them. Never never I'm off all of them are you on any of them right now. But I want to go back on Tinder getting a little bored. So. Hinders the one you want to get on board with the bumble like I. To have somebody. I what is something you know, that when you see it on it because I guess is going to be different. Because guys you guys put some we put some crazy stuff up on on social media, dating apps and say some crazy, but what's something male or female that annoys you when you see it on a dating app looking guys when they're all good bunch of guys in there like drinking or something they got those party pictures. Yeah. The cutoff shirts, and they got muscles out out like that. I don't like when I didn't like when somebody would put a picture with multiple people like because then I'm trying to figure out which one is you. Yeah. And oftentimes I thought the general rule was if you're going to do that that you were the one in the middle and oftentimes it's not that way. And a lot of times I hate to say this, but people would put pictures of other more attractive people themselves. I don't know why you'd wanna do that. Why would you want to distract from you? Right. Like, can I get a date with that person? And by the way, why do I do these other people did they approve of being on your dating? Did they want to be on your profile even other not necessarily holding themselves out like like, my friend put a dating profile picture up? And it's the two of us like me off their I'm in one of my guy friends, and he says he gets more activity because of it. Him. And I don't know interesting. But how can he attributed to that one photo because his lots of voter. He said he tries like ton and he likes to leave me. And I don't know. Why interesting? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Three girls, usually, or is it appears that he has maybe has a girlfriend or like, or do you somehow lend credibility because you're pretty and then so he just told me he gets more action. I wonder what? Talia? Okay. See here you go. You're about to complain about this dating apps. What is it? The other girls on their profile picture C. Like, I can get girls. Look. I feel like that's what you're doing. If you put a picture. I mean, it's like look look at me hang out with attractive people. Like, you know, you could be you. Listen to do I get it. But I I wonder I wonder how that how that goes most at a time. I wonder if that's really the reason he's game more matches. But you don't like them and tell you. You wanna you wanna see just a guy alone just to do like, whatever. Yeah. Do you want to see any sort of interests that he has do you wanna see like him? I don't know if he's into like, whatever you do you want to see him doing those things? I mean, do you want some? Yeah. Here's a hobby for sure I mean, it really it's better than just like a generic like say like Lincoln picture. I guess. Something that really like truly kind of describes the guy about to like, you know. Right on the interest of again, what if a guy has his shirt off? I think that would bug me. Like, I don't think I would or one of his hobbies weightlifting. Jim. Hey. Jam bet if I had a. If I really built I'd probably have a shirtless picture on my I probably would. Yeah..

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"mantilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Also, give airlines more options on routes. I didn't comment, but in a marketplace interview earlier this week Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said it just highlights the gamble plane-builders have to take we can never make short-term motivated decisions. We really have to have this long-term strategic view invest for the future. And it is a big stakes game even if Abbas stops production, the eighth three eighty is. So new and fleets. It will still be flying for awhile on Jack's Jewett for marketplace. We've got the whole interview I did with Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg last week in Chicago on our corner office podcast. Without trying to guess one way or the other whether the president's going to sign the deal Congress's worked out to not shut down the government. Again. It is worth a mention of something that is not in the rumored deal, and he protection for dreamers people as you remember brought in the United States by their parents when they were kids without documentation, but who have become culturally and economically American. There is a flip side to that to kids born in the United States who are the citizens born to undocumented parents, and those parents have to go back home voluntarily or not we're talking Mexico here in particular. Brooke Jarvis is a contributing writer for the California Sunday magazine, she went to Mexico and talked to some of those kids. Hi, brooke. Hi, thanks for having me. Do me a favor, would you? And let's start with Ashley Mantilla one of the one of the students. You talk to your tell me about her. So Ashley is a girl who was born and grew up in South Carolina near Greenville. And when she was about. About nine years old. The state of South Carolina past what was then called a show me your papers law what what was referred to that way. That basically turned, you know, routine traffic stops into immigration checkpoints and Ashley's. Parents saw the writing on the wall. They also had been interested in returning to Mexico where they were from. But it had never felt like a real possibility to Ashley or her siblings. But actually in particular had refused to learn Spanish when her mother tried to teach her because she said, you know, I'm American why am I gonna need that? So she lands in Mexico. They go out bus rides away from Mexico City. You say to where the parents were from and she's plunked down in the Mexican school system. Not speaking Spanish, which was really hard transition for anybody actually in particular found it hard because she was so used to being so successful in school, and that was a big part of her identity. And then all of a sudden the teacher sees her as stupid and has not trying hard enough. And that's something that. From educational researchers. I spoke to is fairly common. Teachers may not know that they don't speak Spanish because they have conversational Spanish. But they don't read it. They don't write it. They're not ready to learn in it. And so it's very common that researchers will go to schools and say, do you have any American students here and schools often will say, actually, we don't we don't have any students like that. And then when they look harder they may realize they have dozens of students like that. And in fact, there are as you saying this piece best guesses are there are six hundred thousand American born which is to say American citizen children in the Mexican school system. And that's an estimate. I mean, there are children who are missed because they don't end up re-enrolled in school because of the paperwork and documentation difficulties. But that number represents something like three percent of the students in Mexican public schools. So play this out for me as you do in your piece. These people are American citizens. Wins. They have the right whenever they choose to come back here and work. So they could go through the Mexican school system and come and move to the Moines, but they would do show without any of the cultural grounding that they would otherwise have right? I mean, they will miss that have missed out on the kind of education. They would have gotten in America. Something that can happen with these kids even though they have that. Right. They may not know it, and they may not believe it and the the idea of coming back and of paying for college or finding a job can feel incredibly daunting. And in some cases, you know, I met some children who. You know, they were worried that they might do something to lose their citizenship or that they would get in trouble. If they did try to reenter the United States. Even though they're American citizens. There's another kid in this piece. And I'm sorry I chuckle, but it's a great Alantic. Leo was came was was brought back to Mexico by his parents when he was like six he's fifteen now. And he thinks he's an American because he eats beat. But his mom's like, no man, you've got an American passport. Is a great kid very vocal and thoughtful about what the cultural differences are that that makes them un-american or or Mexican does. He think he's going to go back to the states comeback as I guess, his mom really thinks that he'll come back to the states, which is something that you know, when she talks about it. She cries, it makes her sad to imagine. But she also is sad to imagine that he would have his opportunities cut off by not coming back. You know, an example about Leo he he loves math. He wants to have a career in robotics. But at the school where he goes he's been put in the agricultural program where you learned to be a small-scale farmer of things like avocados and peaches that grow in this region. This is a this is a very cold way to think about this. But this is a workforce that could be useful to American companies. Yes. And if you think about the, you know, the fact that the US has already invested in their education before they left, but then in a way doesn't follow up on that investment. And then another economic way to look at it is fair society to function you need an educated workforce. And also people who haven't experienced a lot of trauma and dislocation that you know, that all will have an effect on what kids are able to do when they grow. So we started with Ashley let's finish with Ashley Ashley. She's fifteen ish or something. Now what you can do when it's time for colleges you're gonna come back here. She can stay there. And what you're gonna do, you know, she still doesn't know. Something that I sort of noticed is that they love the idea of coming back until it gets closer. And then it feels much much scarier and more daunting. You know, in some cases, they have other family members here that they could live with their that could support them. And in other cases, they don't kind of a fascinating piece in the California Sunday magazine by Jarvis. It's.

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"mantilla" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Yeah. We could we Rogan the Greg design. with Amy I think she had writers first of all we know she had writers. And so we're talking about a sketch show and stuff, and it's very very difficult. I think for one person to control the entire expression. So that that's what it felt like now, I don't know. I don't know enough about it. So I can't really I will say this way. I think I thought Rogin probably felt like he didn't know enough. But I would also say I heard Rogan said, it's not his responsibility, though, to the comics responsibility. He's not is his job ceiling for Joe Rogan and his job is not to sit on the top of comedy and call everybody out. It was his job. But GM GM. Mencia had been bumping people for an hour and a half Mantilla had been taking jokes friends, but close friends because RH affairs when Rodin's close. Yeah. So I think that it was very personal Joe because he was there watching the situation. Right. So it was in his back after a while he was fed up with it. But also your time. I don't know. I I think any comic if again, if the comic is actually doing these things it very difficult in today's world. Oh my God. It's no it's going to let to to get away with it. I think that everybody if you are that comic all say is if you are that comic, you have an expiration date, and I think that's. I don't know anything else. Bom? That's a commercial break. Right. The twitter. A love the exponential quick. We're working. Oh, wait. Why did you get before we close this out why Japan from Twitter because I don't know when the shut the fuck up sometimes, and I give very passionate about race, talk and Obama, and I would be battling hard with Trump supporters about and particularly black Trump supporters who we in the black community would call uncle TOMS and coons. So the defense of their mascot a lot of his supporters. Trump supporters would defend the Coon mascots, and I would call white people demand as people so manage people kickoff that maybe a couple of other things show means has been Menes all the time. I don't understand as people. What does that mean? Like white. Oh, my team it right buffet as a landowner. The white, man. I take offense. He has. He has a lot of property. So he doesn't get if I don't like mayonnaise. When when my staff brings to man Scott to be really, really fresh. Oli alias. I love early way before we kill myself. Bring up the time. He's on. I don't know who you're on air with, you know, this better shirt up fistfight, Corey Holcomb and zoo this for people tune, you ain't gotta pleaded actual fight. You just showed a picture. That's fine. I'm trying to I'm trying to get away from that a little bit. And that's. But to answer your question what happened because I full asleep. Went into a situation thinking, I was amongst safety set the scene. Corey Holcomb is my is my dude. What was my do comedic had all the respect in the world. He's a comic too. He's a comic and he had a radio show or an internet show. I guess call fifty one fifty and we have been trying to get me on for a while..

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"mantilla" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"With a lot of veterans. We get a lot of referrals from Columbus state university. Jacob Uzi and Mike Carroll at Ohio State University. And but we have also had folks who are retired officers. You know? Field grade officers majors colonels and above get referred through into overwatch and they've developed a very robust network of mentors at all levels. All you know, from people that were privates or specialists or sergeants to people that were officers working in public industry nonprofit. Private employers, and what I really enjoy about overwatch partnership is not only have they recruited all these veterans to act as mentors, but they've recruited a lot of these talent development professionals some of whom are veterans, and some of whom are civilians who either worked for you know, staffing companies more are people that work within HR shops under these employers, and they're so when you are mental and you sign up you get a signed a a a a professional development person who will help you with your resume help you talk about like, you know, coaching you for interviews and really kind of get introduced to how to translate those military skills onto your resume, and what players are looking for because they have that experience in the companies that they work for and then on the other side is the veteran mentor who has a professional network that they can leverage in my particular case, obviously veterans who have an interest in public policy or government service. Public service. They tend to refer to me. I also got preferred a mentality because I had some a limited military background and intelligence work. And so they had a a veteran Mantilla that came to him with some intelligence background. And who wanted to get connected, and what was beautiful about it was that because I got connected to overwatch or became a volunteer mentor for them in going to some of the networking events and getting to know some of the other mentors in the work. Our department, quite frankly is doing to try to help educate employers as far as, you know, preparing the ground of them, understanding, military culture. I the opportunity to meet people in various companies here in central Ohio that are involved in business analytics business intelligence, and so there were some very direct skills opportunities there. And so was very quickly to get my second Minty in particular connected to those people. So it wasn't so much that I opened the door was just I just happen to know people because of one ship right that worked in that industry. And we're able to. Very quickly demonstrate the to the men t you have a great background for this. We have opportunities and we'd love to have you onboard. But that's exactly the the the additional services or help that a veteran or.

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Report: Former Trump aide Omarosa secretly recorded the president

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Report: Former Trump aide Omarosa secretly recorded the president

"Well it looks like the president's former lawyer, in so-called fixer Michael Cohen wasn't the only one recording conversations with Donald Trump. I'm Orosa manigault Newman a former aide and former friend to the president's secretly recorded. Conversations while she was serving the administration, in the White House before joining the Trump administration maroshek appeared as a contestant on the presence reality show on NBC the apprentice she's coming out with a new book next week it is, titled unhinged the Daily Beast breaking the story with this headline I'm Orosa secretly recorded Trump and his played the, audio for

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"mantilla" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Produce adjusted love cooking what if god was one of us because morgan freeman played god in god almighty this is larry mantilla the great seventyseven wabc filling in for curtis and cosby on memorial day and so we have harvey weinstein he's going to be charged believe me he's going to be found guilty he is conviction mike it overturned an appeal have to wait to see how it plays out but believe me it's all going to play out on your tv screen but when when does the b two movement go too far that's i'm waiting for that when when does the pendulum swing to a point where you go whoa whoa whoa whoa whoa there's no rape here there's no sexual harassment there's no sexual assault this is this is a guy being flirtatious this guy may be saying something stupid that you roll your eyes at but we going to ruin a career over some stupid things that people say if that's the standard we're all going to lose our careers we're all gonna be in trouble seriously look back in your past if you ever said something where you went now apparently morgan freeman you know the great actor driving this days you know we is what's the other one walker the penguins what is that march of the penguins so he is now apparently a serial inappropriate speaker i don't even know if that's the right word but he says dumb things all the time to win and he thinks he's being funny you can tell he thinks he's being funny thinks he's being flirtatious but now the metoo movement is coming after him with a vengeance you no food around older guys twenty sixteen et online correspondent ashley cross and sat down with free mid to promote his film london his fall in the interview was shot by the movie studios crew thank you so that's one of the accusers cnn did a big piece they have eight accusers that's one of the accusers actually crossing from e t who interviewed morgan freeman in two thousand.

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Explosion rocks Connecticut neighborhood; multiple injuries, street closures – live updates

Tim Conway Jr

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Explosion rocks Connecticut neighborhood; multiple injuries, street closures – live updates

"Hanno boy we're also following breaking news out of connecticut where this is north haven there was a barricade situation a standoff several swat team members were possibly breaching the home when it exploded oh my god so several swat team members have been taken by ambulance to the hospital after a possible explosion during a standoff this is in north haven connecticut no other information has been released but nbc connecticut reports that several cops were taken away by ambulance i'll boy then k updated throughout the night it was a boobytrapped i i don't know well if people i actually have an uncle lives in that area and it's it's just directly south of hartford connecticut almost right on the on the block island sound there and just a little bit north of milford but it is a dan patrick on the phone beautiful area that's where they do the dan patrick show milford connecticut is that right that's where the mantilla's that's in milford in milford milford that's why they go to new york so often because that's a hop skip and a jump from new york i mean literally like twenty five thirty plus dan does the sunday night football stuff and so right getting back to these raw oysters.

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"mantilla" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And welcome back nicola so my saying that right in san cristobal mexico nncholas nncholas nncholas thanks russia's on youtube what's up for real quick us to go through that line that i think are really sort of important one just they're not so plenty old african proverb he tells the truth will be the first one to be run out of the village always worth remembering to your question about how do we with trump a pathological liar i think there may be a bigger problem foot the american public itself has been lied to so long for so many decades it smells generational now and i would say largely by television advertising is largely lives the programming itself i mean who believed that the cleaver family and leave it to beaver actually represented medical middle america and yet people shows to believe it because it was comfortable the third thing quickly is anglo you know the uber left presidential candidate down here i got to hear two nights ago he started off his entire speech to a massive crowd of cheering people no more lying basta payless mantilla's was incredible wow and this is he gonna win quickey if you and louise are ever in the neighborhood of south mexico you have a standing open invitation for what is really frankly it very lovely guest apartment all your own and well thank you nichole nncholas took me back to louise i can give you info yeah you know and thank you for the offer where where do you think that the mexican you're tuned into the mexican politics where you know the presidential elections in june it's not ripe for july first.

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"mantilla" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

5 live Boxing with Costello

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

"Tang insisting just one final thoughts on the where where would it be in in this country all vegas what i care yeah we talked about that back to file create might be wanting by morning when lee so very probably a little bit more money if you might fly in america bought as we've seen mantilla grocery or flight here everyone is a huge we'll see expected spectacle ninety thousand again kicked go eighteen thousand against at com eight thousand coming up against josifovska said we'd like to stay here anthony aj cloth will travel and eddie he soaking if us deontay wilder has win against luiz ortiz in brooklyn stoking the atmosphere for the potential showdown later this year between georgia and wilder of course joshua has debate joseph parker at cardiff on march the 31st before negotiations can begin in earnest but stave that as i say stoking the the atmosphere in the excitement around a flight between while to enjoy shearer i'm thinking back to the big heavyweight fights helping to invaders the fis helping to in the united states these would be big army the biggest heavyweight fight i've been to in the state's was lennox lewis against mike tyson in two thousand and so but that was in memphis tennessee that was huge even though tyson was way past his best there was this belief growing during the week that actually he might every discovered some of that old venom as far as vague as he's concerned the biggest heavyweight fight obscene is actually the first fight i ever covered in vegas which was mike tyson's comeback when he just be released from prison in 1995 and.

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"mantilla" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That but he has put a little pressure on them that has to be raised that joey nancy is proud of them i would take so he he really should be tactic technically skated well and tactically as well that that draft that he was looking for on the final backstretch use this pair finished strong in it also bodes well for him as he goes into the mass start on the final day of these games why should stance joey nancy us in first place we five tears remaining in 2000 so great position for joey mantilla and up in the next pair a speed skating alleged this may be the usa shotty davis's last race in the olympics it's his fourth 35yearold from chicago this is his race though he's won two golds in the fallacy he owns the world record at this distance that is now stood for just about nine years and he'll be paired with japan stuck rural oda 25 years old making his olympic debut and this is really cool dan because otis euro ishani davis and this might be davis his last olympic race in only gets paired with him very excited for oda certainly in whatever form shiny davis in these games that it's certainly not what he wants was put the guy changed the sport in thousand fifteen hundred meters there's no denying that shoddy davis's on the inner lane wearing the navy and white of the us save a navy coming down this route short level and its white and black for to corrode in the outer a davis has struggled early races he doesn't have a lotta top speed anymore especially early speed i believe he needs to be sixteen seven at two hundred leaders to have any chance duty comes up with he has 1660s seven is already seven right there next good here's the strength the davis has turned to the accelerates audit second interim very well down there you will also have a chase down the backstretch another advantage for him just as clearly been davis as the alltime leader in world cup points did hold the fifteen on her the world record briefly december though by russia's dennis use golf and now with one lap to go sean davis four hundredths behind the.

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"mantilla" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The athlete skating at the end of the games it's defa it it wears on you here by the end of the game gulf inkatha's over um when you were dominating during your tenure olympic run it seemed as though speed skating medals in speed skating gold was kind of a birthright for the united states it's been a tough slog the in the last several olympiads there was a bronze medal that kind of broke the drought uh in yungchiang this time around but from your perspective why have others nations caught up and and surpassed the united states when it comes to speed skating you know the answer to that to unity that we really graduate pit um you know i think it has definitely been a struggle for us speedskating and and indifferent years um are are different things if we would have gone back two years ago on take have their bergamo uh and and brittany bo they have been on the medal podium in the five hundred thousand and 1500 there would have been six medals right there and then probably both brittany and other skating in the team pursuit which they meddled in they weren't even supposed to be in the event so that was like a major bonus for us this time around and then them then be in the master but he'll last year head there was virtually dominant and this year her results just worn as consistent um so you know i wish we knew why were we were quite as consistent going into these games as maybe we were in the law you know even given last year i think joey mantilla was a little bit more consistent on the podium unmik with more was a little bit hit or miss with a couple of podiums in there but you know i it's a different year it's a different beast and the olympic springs out different things in different people and um you know if i look at us speedskating as a whole then mostly on one track how i i follow shor short trust but maybe not quite as as closely um but we at a boatload of top eight finishes you know even more than just the top ten um so when i look at.

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"mantilla" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Oh man asia sworn it should it is yes is frauds jordan's king show man running lindor now burn around in that regard god bless you and god back you better informed choice fathy olympics welcome back jason and alexis in the morning on my talked one of seven one of jas would lex don maclean and you thanks for being here hope you have any good friday as you've heard kinney the traffic daddy just tell you please be careful on the roads a lot of snow fell three to six inches by the overnight it's going to be a little bit of a mess and then more tomorrow so dear friends spend a few more minutes with us in the car intake her time played up but regardless i hope you have a really good day thanks for spending a piece of the pie with us now lacks before i get into well let me just tell you my story and then i would did you watch any of the olympics last night lex we depend on you for because we don't watch it yeah i watch or any headlines and i have watched some but i did not let me see here all man sorry another here oh no no no i just i don't know something popped in your mind that 'cause you're you keep an eye on watching the olympics we are not yet yes i i did watch some of it i watched them curling it was a big upset against canada yes i heard that watching that was little heartbreaking um and then some some mum ice skating we didn't meddling cell but phyllis it's always just find their so graceful beautiful i saw my boyfriend joey mantilla placed force yesterday here's another another event today but he poised for from was kind of bomba bening one still love him still lovey joey so this unfortunate to music choice came from a german figure skater on the coal whose skating to the score from schindler's list well um that's weird the next hater represents germany nicole shot most wanted singlers list oh host reduce hammered the in young now here's leslie jones are doing listen owns el pais mufrij fringes tell me this useful former shin listeners what is happening from climbing it is that women do got bedroom seriously do i got.

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"mantilla" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"Obviously by now you have probably realized that the olympics ron if you are anyone who isn't peter martin's the apple tart apple texas of and it's really exciting i love the olympics and i feel like the winter olympics have gotten more exciting over the past few years so we were checking out the new events this year and there are some really cool ones there's mixed doubles curling which but has already been out by the time or you guys are gonna hear the so we're not going to talks much about mixed doubles hurling so we gonna we're gonna explain the other two events to each other so what's yours mind as the mass start speedskating okay which happens at the very end of the olympics the night before the rover saga when you're about to be crushed of the olympics are done the because he's going to have a modern i think my pretty coal mine is the minds big air snowboarding got his really vetting it's so exciting i put on my calendar but because i really excited about it so tonight is the ladies big air finals february's 23rd yet and then tomorrow is the men's bigger final so there's a lot of excite in big air coming your way if men's bigger finalsonly 24th that's when the the mastart speeds oh you're gonna have to fight i don't know they'll do those like like screen and screen thing stir or they don't play them live for us any way for the prime time yeah little shelled on russia so talk to me about mastered speedskating i'm to tell you although i mardi kind of interested in your this is happened before the olympics which with all its kind of crazy they did at once in the thirties oh that's weird the obviously compete they do world championships for this thing there's good american man which is always makes it more interesting if there is an american to through four anyway his name is joey mantilla okay watch out for him to get in any way here's how it works they let you have up to twenty four skaters on the ice at the same time puts comey crazy and how do they normally these feet getting that's the thing this is to try to make speeds getting more exciting because usually it's basically timetrials two guys head to head and then they keep adding up the.

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"mantilla" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Of it patrick ruse to the netherlands one forty four eighty six urgent the silver and that eruption that you word from the crowd is partly because who south korea teenager him main sook has won the bronze it one 44 ninety three joey mansio with a look of exasperation certainly disappointment you will have a lot left on his play in the olympics but one thing we know dan jansen is it the us medallists streak continues he's in john uh certainly a heads shaker the joey mantiri and the rest of the us team one more time thought he had better inside him there he's been looking good coming in look pretty good early but really bad by about two thousand meter mark he was already tiring and the writing was on the wall good for killed douse it is a moment to celebrate man for the netherlands it continues to be as sport to celebrate twelve medals have been one in speed skating is so far and beyond jiang an eight of them claimed by dutch skaters but does dan jansen was just talking about mantilla was hoping for a better finish her no us skater and so cheap finished better than seventh any individual event so it's been a struggle since two thousand ten alex prominent dan jansen afterwards caught up with mantilla joey of course you are looking for a medal looking for that first one for the us in 2010 came up a bit short of that goal what was your reaction on how you race today i mean on the first lap wasn't there unfortunately it's one of those things longtrack pretty early the you're on or off try to keep it together but just wasn't there actually answer my question so you did know right away yeah i've i felt i guess i mean normal with all great however this this week's men can all over the place i was really comfortable inro confident milwaukee and i got here and know i don't know exactly what it is maybe the traveler or whatever key my legs underneath me of the nerves of company at the games but as you say it hasn't been quite the same joy this has been such a fund olympics for you though i mean you've come in with so much confidence in so much passion for your team how do you not let this kind.

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"mantilla" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on WEEI

"Takes advantage of it patrick lose to the netherlands one forty four eighty six urging the silver and that election that you word from the crowd is partly because who south period the teenager heaney main sook has won the bronze one 44 ninety three joey that zia with a look of exasperation certainly disappointment he will have a lot left on his play in the olympics but one thing we know dan jansen is that the us medallists streak could sinn use in john chen lian head shaker for joey mantiri and the rest of the us team one more time the thought he had better inside there has been looking good coming in looked pretty good early but really bad by about two thousand meter mark he was already tiring in the writing was on the wall but for killed mouse it is a moment to celebrate man for the netherlands it continues to be a sport to celebrate twelve medals have been one in speed skating is so far beyond jiang an eight of them claimed by dutch skaters but does dan jansen was just talking about mantilla was hoping for a better finish 100 no us skater and so chee finished better than seventh any individual avec so it's been a struggle since two thousand ten alex prominent dan jansen afterwards caught up with mantilla joey of course you were looking for a medal looking for that first one for the us in 2010 came up a bit short of that goal what was your reaction on how you race today i mean on the first level anew wasn't there unfortunately it's one of those things longtrack you know pretty early whether you're on or off try to keep it together but just wasn't there actually answer my question so you did know right away yeah i felt i guess i mean nor of i felt great hello this this week's men can all over the place i was really comfortable inro confident milwaukee and i got here and i don't know i don't know exactly what it is maybe the traveler or whatever key my legs underneath me and if the nerves of company at the games but it just hasn't been quite the same joy this has been such a fund olympics four you though i mean you've come in with so much confidence and so much passion for your.

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"mantilla" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Yes so what and did you have eight is still alive moment from this episode i definitely did i i thought it was a acela that day given been so much damn credit but his academy award lied i'm lie this has every player has survivor like this is everybody that has ever into somebody but day was like really not a private bandai was released shower in the love on life oh my his given this academy award as bitch he's given us academy award and he can give this academy award to you too because he complained you just like this is that that for me on so you're saying that every single vote in the history of survivors somebody is the spy somebody is telling other people like i'm with you guys and i'm really not starting from africa asia yeah i mean i mean even you know when they blindsided people in survivor australia the nation ray jerry mantilla we're we're with you they were by my list thin chao i can't take it back enough the jossi elisa walking up in they are maybe change laugh i i don't give me but i may i get it in terms of how they edited like this i will see but i'm just like you always doing too much of guy and also bought doco i at is that damn was a last guy joe was a one man at a gay demise has the only do think that mike was sort of the the hangar on jazz like i'm like i didn't like i didn't understand the in linda's shady this shady of less piggybacked lessons epa so when might just play data forehead south back are you kidding bay lives felton that was that's for means to laura we'll go go back to the thing with my playing idol last week so what was so bad about that he wasted an idol you're saying clearly lied uh first of all it would have been more respectable you gave it to joe like you think that she won't come in there and just start acting crazy light so it would have been every bit different if they did that all allow everybody.

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"mantilla" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A decent pera legs and great instincts on the field wisconsin badgers simply outclassed maryland yesterday i camp randall lighting up the scoreboard with a series of impressive tvs and the badgers defense was dominant as well final score thirty two thirteen gene wisconsin extends its warning record to seven and no a big weekend in sports and we are on the phone now worth a milwaukee icon an ambassador of the game of baseball a man that has been revered not only for his work a team member the in 1950 seven championship milwaukee brace but his ongoing work with youth her and milwaukee mr felix mantilla mr to moon tear always a pleasure speaking with you sir good morning route marin mark while i know that your heart is heavy mr mantiri because uh just a couple months ago you and your family and your friends a journey house that greek community centers in partnership with your little league team on the south side hosted a team of fourteen players from isabela puerto rico are they played against your little league and you took them around town and show them with life and milwaukee was all about how are those kids doing after surviving the hurricane sir what have you heard what of the older one though early grandma kromah hooper and sheikh over about two they go on but he will prevail i have won her homework you and i know that to you and your sons zonal you very proud of the work that they're doing a not only assisting you with with your continuing work with felix little league baseball through journey in house cern the city butcher sons tony and jose uh or helping you bring some relief and.

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"mantilla" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"For only one hundred ninety nine dollars we'll be trying to encourage people who would be in tune that me every woman through su if you cheat in your diet and it would do another day and you can look death every two months we see what redick granddaughter bp much of almost a six month depending on how how much we have adjusted you'll die and how julius you audience of making the changes would be it finding use the people really benefiting who we just launched a third of it out you'll only a few months ago and be have thousands i mean i know go through ten thousand subscribers and people are growth fifty coming to us and telling us that they had been sick for the five years and for the fourth night defeating who much battle because you didn't the ally the pink that they were eating were you drought for them because you were leading the body like a black box and eating what the iccat was how he and the breeding the all mantilla is get rid of these healthcare systems via the pharmaceutical companies of becoming the battle cycle humanity and healthcare system it used to some extent in theater who feed only though in using the patient at the news it and i keep dying of come will be as individuals can now empower ourselves information an actionable intelligence he'll be in luanda underlying only pharmaceutical companies don't even the doctors and hospitals which are sold behind that buying even the person who pledge rooting for the medical school purdue is not talk about the microbiome even do ninety nine percent of all of fudgy gone from microbiome deal beat them in the quantities could even the medical who the people into a doctor that have graduated ten years ago you would essentially twenty thirty years behind fight for death thirty to be believed that the only person who had the best in just a few is you who why not eat control of your how in every finger drug that your vehicle a pharmaceutical company these simply the breath of symptom fill you know i had a stomach after problem and that comes to call you a little after not what you acted and digging their yeah and debt by the way there did what it is cookie just last week showing the neck imparted the.

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"mantilla" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mantilla" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Out but with there are so many times people think i'm just gonna crash operas after their our arrested i turned the mantilla romania and it doesn't work that way and it's so hard and you know and then of course it's an not an argument but it's a long discussion on i'm sorry this is the procedures than if i stray from it and be paying everyone i'm thinking and you can talk about this put your policewoman out on for second on this for the matt is that that the trade of the eight hpd folks and police everywhere has changed according to the demands like this that lie law some of the things that have to happy the the the boxes are going out to a call has got to be armed with all their resources and i'm wondering and i'm not going to the words in your mouth is more of a question and this i don't know if it's an individual decision or whether it's a policy but i'm thinking that you don't want to go out and there's a lot of people that are somehow in their homeless they're creating they're doing crimes whether it's setlai with his jaywalking whether it's blocking the rogue and is it sometimes counterproductive to have that person arrested a taken away yeah it's the officer's discretion yeah house awaken if the discussion and depends on the crime i mean if they're called for jaywalking obviously there can affect fa table rate but you know what offices do it they say different jaywalking the run the name oh my gosh here's a warrant at a take of the man i gotta go them but if there's there's a difference i'm walking we take a mckay on your way versus jaywalking throwing rocks at peak borey you know you're committing some other crime while the other world is if you if you refuse to occupy someplace you've maybe if somebody's going to st aqap goes up to say he can't stay any almost half a tonne offices a do that when there is a complaint in it's complete griffin right year the one calling the complaint and then i see the opposite come down there and the person watson say wait a minute i'm calling crime stoppers i want my my label is the.

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