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Poland asks Netflix to make changes to documentary about Nazi death camp guard

The Opening Bell

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Poland asks Netflix to make changes to documentary about Nazi death camp guard

"Netflix has a new tough critic the sovereign Republic of Poland most non prime minister Matiz more Viet ski filed a complaint this week asking the US streaming service to make changes to its documentary series the devil next door about a **** death camp guard who moved to the United States at issue is a map used in the documentary showing **** death camps inside the borders of modern Poland more via ski says the map implies the Poland existed at the time as an independent nation and those could share responsibility for the

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"matiz" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

14:37 min | 10 months ago

"matiz" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Year long at midnight in a house or any burglar the Middle East side the man gave him no other guidance and Matisse had no experience protecting anything he was afraid he would make a mistake before he cat to come near it stared at him for a minute he was patient the cat started to walk away at the last second it turned back around and swipe at his hand the skin tour under the creatures claw he pulled his hand back clutching at the world and the court went from the base of his fingers all the way to his wrist in a jagged stripe that's done and burned he pulled his Dan back to aside wiping away some of the blind he slowly raised himself to his feet but then sharp pinpricks made his right calf so now stifling a cry he turned to find another cat it's yellow teeth embedded in his ankle he tried to shoot the cat away careered back and bit deeper into his leg Matiz pulled the cat off it took part of ankle with it as a heaved the animals away from him as he could he yelped with pain as air touched the new wound he could hear something prowling the distance not a glanced out towards the brush at saw a pair of large round yellow is looking back at him big as dinner plates he felt a chill race down his spine there was something about those is in human and not with the coldness assume most primal memories told him to fear they squinted at him as if considering Matiz planted his feet firmly at his post and clutch the axe defensively with both hands he just waiting for the creature to move several more cats approached all black all yowling into European with each other like crowd in town square surrounded but he wouldn't be moved from his post his mother was county on him they were only cats he only had a second notice before it happened the largest creature somewhere between the size of a house cat and a greyhound leaped out of the underbrush its eyes glow in the darkness in the moonlight glinted off its teeth but t s could feel it's hunker it leaped at him quicker than seemed possible he could only close his eyes and swing his axe desperately kept us is shut waiting for death to take him but a moment passed then another he took a deep breath and open them the creature was gone a freshly severed human arm lay at his feet he did not want to believe it it seemed too strange to ridiculous to be true but some creature that was not a creature had tapped him a human in animal form a witch a witch living on the Miller's property and now would want revenge.

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"matiz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To program Steve's jazz hanging out with you glad to be here busy news day we've been talking about Israel making a decision to ban those two anti semitic congresswomen Omar and to leave you know what I know it I have the guts to say it they are anti Semites look again I'm gonna remind you in two thousand twelve this is what representative Omar said now she wasn't a representative that time that's fine but this is what she said Israel has hit Matiz the world she tweeted that may Allah we give people and help them see the evil doings of Israel now she hasn't changed that sentiment she hasn't changed that belief system she does it now in code and now that she is a representative of the United States Congress you're darn right she has a responsibility and she has had a lack there run so I'm sick and tired of people on the left trying to say Donald Trump incites violence and his rhetoric is woken up white supremacy here's the reality white supremacy is not the biggest threat to America sorry friends it's just not let's talk about black on black crime for a moment that's a pretty big threat to America but nobody wants to talk about that we talk about that in the second hour nobody wants to talk about those truths about violent crimes nobody wants to talk about drug addiction nobody wants to talk about those things but everybody wants to talk about what they think their narrative should be unacceptable so I have no problem if that's even Mike Levin ID when I debated in this morning to my surprise he said Hey look I don't agree with Israel's decision but they have the right as a sovereign nation to make a decision for themselves what are your thoughts prince Israel make the right decision or did they make the wrong decision in banning representative Omar and representative to leave for our from their visit that's coming up here here in the next few days seven zero two two five seven five three nine six let's go to our busy calls Mike you're up first tonight welcome to the program Hey Steve yeah there's like you just said there is however nation and it but they don't want to invite or might M. M. terrorist rabble rousing or whatever you wanna call it eight there if their decision no I agree and and when you think it's a little hypocritical when you have Elizabeth warning have Alexandria conceal Cortez and you have many in Congress and on the left saying this is ridiculous how can you ban an elected official aren't they doing the same thing when they say Dayton doesn't want you Mister president el Paso doesn't want you you shouldn't be going there you're not allowed to go there what's the difference exactly exactly Chrissy adage greatest level Mike I appreciate the call thanks for weighing in on the Steve Sanchez show let's go now to Dan right here in Vegas you're next welcome to the program I got a question why don't why would they even want to go if they don't want to recognize the country why did they want to go so everybody needs a good deep look up there and ask themselves the question why is this even an issue and they get the the common sense to me is that this is another way for them to blame from for one thing or another is that they all well trump basic goal not for the common and so they just all honor trophies the evil person I wouldn't want to go to a place that doesn't want me to be there I agree I agree if if I don't want to be in a place I don't want to go to Egypt so I wouldn't expect Egypt as they please Dan kanda Egypt I don't understand what the the whole controversy you know no they don't want to recognize the country they want to basically lambat the country so let's go ahead and then let them let the country make a decision that you're not welcome no different going to having a party and somebody not inviting you yeah I agree yeah I couldn't agree more I mean I think one of the biggest reasons of wanting to go is that they want to go say they've gone and now utilize that and what they see what they may disagree on to use that as their rhetoric to continue to be the anti semitic representatives that they are and anybody that tries does say that they're not anti Semites I'm gonna tell you as respectfully as I can put the crack pipe down I mean that's just as simple as it can get as simple as it can get I mean my goodness and the hypocrisy the hypocrisy is it just blows my mind figure blows my mind because they basically do the same thing to the president and he's an elected official how can anybody singles but more seriously I mean serious how can you take a little bit Warren seriously when she on one hand says I'm outraged that Israel made this decision but yeah but yeah she says Mister president you're not welcome here you're not welcome there you should be going there he's the president United States I mean are these people I mean seriously are they waiting for the mother ship I mean who are these people I mean my gosh they harsh range should arrange people let's go back to our physicals Richard you're up next welcome to the city centre show yes hello you're given a false equivalency now look if someone says that Donald Trump is not welcome in New York there's a stop him going to New York City you can go there anytime he wants to there's a difference between not being welcome and not being allowed to go and and the second point like to make is just because someone criticize the government of Israel does not make them anti Jewish people me ask you a question okay no hold on Richard Richard Richard Richard take a deep breath let me ask you this question okay I'm gonna read this to you and you tell me truthfully be an honest man I know you're an honest man Richard I could I just be honest Israel has hypnotized the world may all look a week in the people and help them see the evil doings of Israel that is what representative Omar said you agree with that and that is a criticism of the Israeli government not see but that down before is that your government people let me tell you something of course have criticized the government that means that your answer I can see that the do evil things American money will bring I may not be welcome is are still you okay Richard Richard I mean through real view me here okay my god we had the first black president stop it just stop it you sound like.

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"matiz" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on Toure Show

"Right. And that is extraordinarily powerful and the same thing happens in the next trial in ABC special. It was a woman who said she wished that she held out, but she was the one she was the wrong go of that trial. So what happens, you know? And that's what we asked people. You think that, you know, unless you have that experience, you will vote people fold on the things you got some guys fo- 'cause wife, they come home. Where was you at a bar? I had a couple of drinks. Sorry. And she might even put. He's the look is enough starring fine. All right. Fine. I had three drinks, right? When I was fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen I was in high school. You were in prison. Lost your childhood, can you get it back in? You love that something balance out your life in some way or interest, you can live life. You can live full in dire empty now. Whereas before you didn't even know you didn't have any your highest rations may have been too. You don't man. You heard a heard her cares one and that was about the job. They next joined tomorrow. Oh my goodness. It's gonna be crazy. I mean, you don't you don't have like you know what tomorrow, I need to put the business plans in place to become an architect. I had a dream of becoming an architect as I'm a graphic designer. But the details of that. No that wasn't there. You know. So, you know, the biggest ration- in reality might have been man. I want man, I gotta nail that Ali with skate, you know, when I do skateboard trick. Tomorrow will be good. If Matiz raise had not come forward on his own out of the blue to say, I'm sorry, it was actually me and I can prove it if that had not happened. You would have gone to your grave saying, I didn't do it. History would have remembered you as having done it and not only that in Corey probably would have been still in prison. And I'm gonna say that because Corrie was given a five fifteen year prison sentence..

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Measles, Dr Ian Lipkin And New York discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Measles, Dr Ian Lipkin And New York discussed on TED Radio Hour

"New York at the center of the largest outbreak of measles since the early nineteen nineties public health officials are on the offense trying to combat misinformation that the measles vaccine causes autism. It's caused some parents to opt out of vaccinating their kids. Dr Ian Lipkin is a professor at Columbia University's, mailman school public health. He spoke on John cats Matiz radio show today. He said, scientists are getting closer to understanding why some people develop autism and others. Don't award portion of it is genetic some of it has to do with the age of the father. There are a whole host of things. But the one thing we can say was certainty is it is not M our vaccine. That's a Friday. The city's health department had counted five hundred thirty five. Measles cases since the outbreak. Began last fall with forty hospitalizations and eleven people in intensive care.

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"matiz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is the takeaway, I'm Tanzania Vega. The number of people fleeing Honduras due to gang violence, and political instability is on the rise between October and April ninety six thousand people or twenty percent of those detained the US southern border from Honduras. The women are specially voluble in the country. In fact, hundreds is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for women Gracie. Murphy is determined to help we work to rescue women children victims of all novel groups from violence in hunters. Greasy is the president of the heart of Christ Justice project in Honduras, and author of a new book journey to Justice in two thousand and five Gracie move two hundred with her husband for mission work, she decided to stay and for years. She's been working with authorities to help women and children escape violent circumstances. Now, she runs an independent refuge center in the country providing resources to women and children in need. And it's in that work that she's face risks. To her own life. I spoke with Gracie about her work and note that there are details in this interview that some listeners may find disturbing. I I asked Gracie if she's seen a shift in violence against women since she first arrived in two thousand and five violence has gotten much worse. When we arrived a woman was murdered in Honduras, every two days or every three days he was about one hundred and eighty five cases the year over the last fourteen years more than six thousand women have been murdered and some years has been in the six hundred and seven hundred what is driving this abuse violence, if the Matiz Mwale attitude in Honduras that a woman is a man's property. And it's until death. Do you part? He could go off and have other girlfriends or he could leave her and go be with another woman or throw her way. But she's still always remains his and then with the increase of drug trafficking and the increase of gang violence. Drug traffickers and members of gangs act. It's like Matiz on steroids. It's totally insane. And I've control so much. He's mall is sexism essentially right in not to say that every Honduran man is a much. He thought either. I mean, there are pockets of of progressive thought, I'm imagining. Yes, yes. There are mostly with the gang violence, and with the drug violence that's going on that you see the extreme cases. But the belief even in the churches their pastors who tell woman they must endure the violence of their husband or they will be breaking up the family. Is there a story that really stands out to you of a woman that you've helped? Yes, there's a story that I included my book her name was Gloria, and she told me to tell her story to the world. Her sister had come into our office and the police station and told us that glory had suffered eighteen years of abuse at the hands of her husband and. That they're sixteen year old daughter. He had raped her. Also, she was in hiding and they needed help. We got a team of investigators and police officers and the sister took us to where she was it was a small little adobe shack with a tin roof on the side of a hill. And she was completely shut in. We went in to speak with her. She wouldn't let us in it. I she was terrified. She was terrified of she lows in. She would die. But when we got in there and began talking to her she told us, she had gone to the place many times, and they didn't help her and her husband liked to torture. Her by cutting the muscles in her legs. And he had carved his name in her back twice with a machete. Some no other man would have them and she turned around and lifted her shirt and showed us his name in her back. She could barely walk. She was on crutches. And finally were able to convince her that would this was before we had a refuge. And we didn't know of any refuges hunters at that time we got a missionary friend to keep her while we did the investigation..

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"matiz" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Late night from CBS sports and CBS sports age kill the bracket genius. And Purdue Allom you heard me, obviously that I bet on your boiler makers to win outright. What did you think when you were watching that game? And a they blue and eighteen point lead and be couldn't hit the broad side of a barn from the free throw line. I've never seen a team semi free. Throws. Just as bad. I mean, neither team could either until floor. It was. Free throws better to that from where I was sitting on the base right across from produce better than that. It was just weird to see two teams that are usually pretty good at that speak it up grow. While you know, if we stuck shooting three per. But now we were what's worse than that? It was I was having a stroke. Basically, the second half was about as entertaining your. Apps for that. He makes up big charge. It back at the game. And then the Teamsters pray conscious of the last four minutes until it ends up with Carson Edward called on the ground. Bench shooting three three which of course, you only get to. But that was actually much better than pretty suffered rest of the night. So it was it was riveting how and and I really thought I would. Over dead. I believe that did you think when neighbor the lead and a Europe eighteen like, I got in my car to come to the city in New York. And I was like telling my dad, they're killing them. They're blowing them out like fifteen minutes later. He says oh my God. Tennessee's down three when they took the lead and blue that eighteen point lead. Did you think they were gonna lose yet? That's yet. But I I guess. Possession. So the never did. But Ryan quiet gets his fourth foul on a stupid way. You know, goes out the three point shooter barely touches them. But you know, you can't do that. And it was. There to begin with. But he goes to the bench, Tennessee. Hey, you started to come back to the point was not defensible that I just couldn't defend your Baker defended. And if you did pregnant defensive Carson Edwards get loose. So it was. When he came back in the game. You know, that's pretty radish shot and he'd be fixed shot after shot late night game. It was. It's a remarkable performance by without right? Why there's no way there have you ever seen him like a lot of big game shooting the rock. Have you ever seen him ever played better than tonight? No. You can shoot it. He he's three years in state Carson Edward shooting. What do you call like? I think it gave his one free couldn't hit anything like that. From anywhere on the floor. You could see what a hand face. It doesn't matter. You get the little bit of room, and it's going up and it's going down where did he play his ball as a kid high school? Oh, wow. Carmeli? That's of course. I know about caramel northside. Sure. I know it. Well, you know. So let me ask you, how do you think though, fair against Virginia? You can like the. They have you know, but. Can't it. Out of here. They're not going to have to get Villanova because parts respectively. That's probably gonna oversample a rock fight. Although that like the Oregon game, but you know, it's producing stores around seventy. Then I think they've got a really good shot. So do you think they've erased all the demons have everybody's saying that Purdue always chokes that? But I said tonight on here they've been to three straight sweet sixteens and then finally get over the hump and make the elite eight do you think people are finally done mocking Perdue and the NC double A tournament? This is four pretty good years. If you asked me. I don't know. I mean, probably not gonna get your final four. But you know. Group of fans, I call a fighter painter crowd. Every time if they lose Virginia the fire painter crowded come out idiots, but what are you gonna do you want to go to college basketball doesn't really get a lot of credit for it? Because we haven't got to the final four. But you know, what it takes to exercise? But I'm not a big believer in that sort of thing. And Kurt the demon and whatnot you're gonna play your game. And of course, I'm a cubs fan and curses are part of all of that. Crappy just dunk for a hundred and eight year Corrales. So this I love watching Edwards play ball. I mean, he has a fireplug. I mean, this guy got the legs on him. And you know, he's just like backer. He has he's like a giant. He reminds me of a little bit of supply Barkley with those legs. You know, I was thinking in terms of a basketball player. Phil. Matiz was remember him for Michigan's share? And he was a football player to be Carson Edward played football in high school. Oh along with after ball Bill, white get it. But. Different gain different foul play. But they built a like it. That's him. Contact. He can go to the rim and get body by eight guys. Don't get the ball to the rim and have a good Baker. So I gotta tell ya. I actually thought the big fella harms had a hell of a game. I thought he was in my view dotty. Despite that little dog he missed in overtime. I thought that he really ran the pick and roll fantastic than I they got him. A lot of easy buckets all alone dunks coming off of a straight drop her role. He he would either shoot down or role and get the easy dog. I thought he played pretty well. Staple of produce offense to try and get the defense, though, they they lose track of it. I don't know how you was back guy that big, but it happened. I think he had five hundred and to fill it all for you tonight at a couple of other or they work. Get him. But yeah, it was a pretty good game for him. He he takes care of the ball on the picket role, and you could even step out and hit a free. If they leave them alone. He tried one that I didn't go, but he's capable of pick bad shot to give it to them. Well, there you go. You'll be in Louisville for Saturday's regional final would Virginia and Purdue Jerry palm CBS sports dot com. CBS HQ, always a pleasure. Jerry, good luck with your alma Mata on Saturday. Thanks for coming in late night to talk about the boilers big overtime win over the vol's tonight. All right. Thank god. He is my buddy Jerry palm from CBS sports. Let's get an update in here with Mr. don't call me Zuck. What do you think of y'all must had the bat? Yeah. That would have been nice Darwin. You had what did you do your taxes tack and Oregon and Oregon just to win an Oregon hung in there? Hey, what what did you just a ten bucks win like one hundred sixty bucks? Then you lost it. Yeah. That's all right. Give me an update on everything going on. Is there anything? I know did the Blackhawks ended up finishing off the sharks. I think they did. They did. Yeah. Give me the update also prize. Sports flash. All right prowl, March madness fourteen punch their ticket to the alita Gonzaga opened it up late against Florida state winning at seventy to fifty eight Brandon Clark, fifteen points, twelve boards. Zags will take on Texas Tech. They limited. Michigan us thirty three percent shooting. Red raiders take sixty three forty four and perhaps the game of the tournament. So far Purdue recovered after blowing an eighteen point lead the beat Tennessee ninety nine ninety four not the boiler makers also overcome seventeen missed free throws. Carson Edwards was able to make two out of three from the line to force OT. He finished with twenty nine points. And then the free throw line up his struggling game being able to get those last two. Just a blessing stop eternity and stepped up just to get us. Some more time to play Purdue. We'll take on Virginia the top seed.

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"matiz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Couple of minutes left before we take a break for the Lutheran hour, and then we'll be back at eight. Oh, five with denunciations and John cats Matiz let me say Hello to Patrick since. It's his day in the boogie down Bronx. Hello, patrick. Hi. You mentioned mis pronunciation like Oregon. Yes. How about Iraq? Yep. Is that I hear for now. Yeah. Well, the way is Iraq. Oh, but you hear the other foot? The right Iraq. Iraq. I rock that's four. What is what is Iraq? That's my understanding Iraq. Okay. Thank you. Thank you. Patrick eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine. Ralph is in New Jersey. Hello ralph. You know, look tired. This my body ACA. I find it. Well over there in you know. You see? By bigotry suggest for the Mickey acted described as an act of Rachel. Because that's what exactly this animal airs Irish damage. It is for the media to be blaming this on his own down. Yeah. Well, I mean, that's preposterous. Right. I mean, he is a racial terrorist. Donald Trump's not responsible for this any more than the.

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"matiz" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Pittsburgh left tackle, Tony Matiz was to fifteen to twenty an all American player Lombardi wait about one hundred and seventy two and trying to block Matiz ER in blocking him fence received severe cuts inside his mouth to the extent that he played almost sixty minutes with a mouthful of blood. I think the point in that is that there's nothing that Lombardi has demanded of the Packers eight in demand. Full measure in his playing days. Nineteen seventy seventy graduates cum laude from Florida. He goes to law school Mary's and his foster find. Coaches at Saint Peter's high school in New Jersey and teaches Latin physics and chemistry. Nine hundred seventy returns to Fordham as an assistant coach in nineteen forty nine. He goes to West Point as an assistant to read Blake. Lombardy gave all the credit for his football success to army's red Blake and his time at West Point academy. Nineteen fifty four Lombardi became an assistant for the New York Giants but saw himself as a head coach. Four or five years Lombardi searches impatiently for a head coaching position. He's rejected for one reason or another. In February of nineteen Fifty-nine. He arrives in Green Bay head coach and general manager of a team that hasn't seen a winning season. Eleven disastrous years a team with no direction, no future. And no morale. Here's Paul horny. We knew from the outset that he was in.

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"matiz" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Tackle Tony Matiz e-. It was to fifteen to twenty an all American player Lombardi wait about one hundred and seventy two and trying to block Matiz in blocking him. Received severe cuts inside his mouth to the extent that he played almost sixty minutes with a mouth full of blood point in that is that there's nothing that Lombardi has demanded of the Packers eight in demand. Himself. Playing day. Nineteen seventy graduate cum laude from foreign. He goes to law school Mary's and his boss defined what he coaches at Saint says, he just high school in New Jersey and teaches Latin physics and chemistry nineteen forty seven. He returns to Fordham as an assistant coach nineteen forty nine. He goes to West Point as an assistant to read Blake. Bharti gave all the credit for football success to army's red Blake and his time at West Point academy. In nineteen fifty four Lombardi became an assistant to the New York Giants but saw himself as a head coach. Four or five years Lombardi searches impatiently for a head coaching position. He's rejected for one reason or another. In February of nineteen Fifty-nine. He arrives in Green Bay. Head coach and general manager of a team that hasn't seen a winning season. Eleven disastrous years a team with no direction, no future. And no morale. Here's Paul horny. We knew from the outset that he was in commander.

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"matiz" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast

"And I think that that's normal where you want to be champion because you like the champion when you were a kid, man. That meant that you were the best. So how far into it to your? What does the goal shift higher? Like, I o ma'am. I'm going to pinpoint exactly when it was. But I'm sure for me it happened very quickly especially since two years in. I felt like I didn't belong because I didn't feel like I I know for me. I could I think I figured it out. I mean, that seems like, you know, I think I figured it out when there was a student my very first student show that I had. The promoter. I didn't get picked out of a matching the beginning later on. I got added when I didn't get picked. I think that was a little humbling experience there. Right. Okay. So it's I mean. Okay. This might work a little differently. I got to figure out how to deal with straight. Right. Right. So I did get picked by didn't have a match that. Do you were ready? Not to. I was ready not too. I think I think that. that you know, when you people talk about you can come back behind us. No, we are filming we told them where backstage at the Hammerstein happened. They understand. I think people talk about they they when they talk about your qualities, right? They obviously bring up everything you do in the ring and how good you are there. I think you're running TNA started to really, you know, people click into the charisma and everything, but I think that the stuff that we're talking about right now, the your ability from the beginning or from a young age tick, click into what the wrestling businesses and to get out of that sort of fan space and into the this is my career, and I can figure out what the perspective is. Now. I think that that's a step that a lot of guys either take longer to get to or sometimes don't, and I don't think you can succeed without that part. Because there's no one hold your hand. And teach you that part. That's gotta be like something happens on your own, right? Right. And that's what happens to those guys that instead of kind of being self aware and sending back and observing they walk in with the ego. Like, they know everything they never learned anything. You're right. So you were going to say something though when I talked about TNA being the. Where people kind of clicked into your innate, charisma, I was gonna say I was going to say that now up until the point where I got to Tina impact wrestling. I would there's no other way to explain this. I like to think that if you said, oh, what kind of rustler's daily the like what is he all about? What's his gimmick? What do you think is gimmick is up until that point? I would have said as a fan looking to take him is of the greater just watching as a fan. I would've said what is his gimmick? Just he just some black kid who likes wrestling wants to read like to be arrested. There's nothing. It wasn't until I got to impact wrestling and got into that character the black Matiz mill. That's when I really started realizing, maybe I realized, but I never had a chance to do it. But there was more to wrestling less lethal dangerous. That's the whole deal. What else do I need? I mean, right. I the name. Yeah. I mean, clearly I win my matches. I had to learn to to find out how many layers there was to me that that Machiko character. Really it like crack the shell that. I was in open it up, and I had no choice. But to let this flower inside bloom, what a what a weird thing. I blew our any bloomed all over. Yeah. That that really forced me to like break out of my shell and show some personality, and I was just starting to master that or felt like I was and then that character ended, and then I went into the RIC flair thing. And then I learned about promos, and man and not hold time getting to work alongside Kevin Nash. And also Samoa Joe was still there who kind of always add me under his wing..

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"matiz" Discussed on Connected

Connected

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on Connected

"I kind of forgot I had one because I used music on my echo anymore. Right. That's why I had it because music library service is not very good. Like it does. It has doesn't have a lot of one on looking for. But Spotify did. So when I use the echo of stuff, I would have Spotify and Matiz that. But now, I have the home pods. And I'm very happy about that. He's happy music. Abba music. It also exists an Android. I saw a report a news story that that going to actually create a tablet, Amazon, Android tablet, version of ample music. This is interesting, right. Like, it's weird. It feels super weird. But I guess this is like apple sevices company. Right. Like, this is what they have to do if they wanna be a service company. It's a very it's a very different apple in that. Were used to see. Apple allow its offer to run on hardware from other companies, and especially. It still remains change in that you see these other company read a blog post about it. And and say we worked with apple, but athletes hint, and it's never happened. That was one of the reasons while wondering if it was just like a skill Amazon built, right? Just like we use the what you're gonna do. Right. But. Uncon- imagine Amazon would even attempt to do that without tying apple. I think that that. I was just signed up for that pull developer. We like Bill apple music. And post shave, right? Because what can I do about it that point? Right. Like, It's like. everyone knows about it. Now Dow shot a sound now, but because you need to log in with your apple music account. I think I don't I don't think it's possible to third party. I don't know. But it's strange because we're going to see this more and more, especially I think with TV service now that we have, you know, apple musical, Android, an apple music on the echo. Why not have apple TV? It's got be called the surveys. Apple TV the service if it's got to be called, apple TV. That's Jesus snails theory that he's gonna be called apple TV. Why not have apple TV per installed on who s televisions or Samsung televisions? I mean, why not if this is a service, and by definition of service is something that needs to reach as many people as possible to provide service. Why not have it on multiple devices? Not just the TV overpriced park that you need to buy an apple store..

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"matiz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"matiz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"It's Joe on the radio five minutes before eight o'clock seven fifty five if you are a fan of John cats amid TD's, and who is not and you can hear John tonight. Cats at night with Frankie fiber rose, that's five o'clock tonight and every Sunday morning, you know, this cat's round table on Sunday mornings at eight thirty following Rondo in the morning is one of the great shows on radio. I'm telling you that block of Marando in the morning right to write to John was great and the best. I love John, man. I respect him one of the most astute businessmen, and hopefully he'll run for mayor. But when you have a wife, like Margot, man, poem, instant respect. I'm just saying we love Bargo every love John now. Now tonight what's going on the queen's chamber of commerce is right there terrace on the park in flushing. We'll be honoring as better the year. Jon cats Matiz. That's right. It's a hall of fame gala awards dinner. This is an absolutely outstanding dinner. There's no better way. If you're a fan of Mr. Coetzer Matiz, and you like what he does on the radio or his philanthropic, endeavors, always helping somebody out or business. You know, he's one of the world renowned business. A great businessman. He would come out and honor John, and you could go to this event tonight. Here's how you can get tickets queens chamber of commerce dinner with John Katzman TD's honoring the great John's catch martinis you go to queens, chamber dot or queen's chamber dot org. You could call seven one eight eight nine eight eight thousand five hundred extension one tree that seven one eight eight nine eight eight thousand five hundred extension one two three for John Katzman, the John Katzman tonight at the queen's chamber of commerce or you can go to queens chamber dot org. Portions of this show sponsored by route twenty two Nissan..

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"matiz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"matiz" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Eight twenty four boy, I'd say I had a great time at John Katzman Matiz birthday party on Friday. I think the best description that I've heard of the organizer of that party was a which was of course, the woman who should be first lady of New York City, Margot cats Matiz. Was by Mark Simone. My old friend, Mark Simone, notice, I say old friend who described her as if general Patton and Martha Stewart had a baby, and I have to tell you John. It was quite a party, my compliments, thanks for inviting me happy birthday. Well, thank could be near. And it was great party. And I just don't celebrate my birthday Frank. I celebrate all berko who's I I like to have all my friends who one rule and all my friends and walk them owners wanted him. And we had by all pilots who became the head of next sex. Rick Friedberg was married to Francine left and Dr caucus Commissioner Ray Kelly. Yes. And it was and was nice of Larry cudlow to make the trip all the way from Washington DC to be there. He came especially from Washington to celebrate his birthday with us. And he was celebrating with wall. Friends, not me, and you know. Wall people should do that. They could celebrate all their friends birthday. So the same day Bronco birthday or a secretaries birthday, whatever. Yeah. Now that's for. Sure. John. I'll give us a preview of what's on the cats roundtable coming up for the next ninety minutes. We have a great show on a local we have to ex governor governor Pataki who was there nine eleven and believe it or not nine eleven is Tuesday Tuesday. And he's going to give us when it was like to beat it. And then governor David Paterson who's going to democratic primaries on Thursday and who's. Going to win the kennels raise the governor's primary, and he he's pretty good national addiction. We are split between Democrats and Republicans. We have settled Chuck Schumer the most powerful person in the Democratic Party for the whole country. And he's gonna talk about what what is the Democratic Party? We Washington, and we have feel pizza woman Rona McDaniel. That could talk about the Republican party. So we're even Steven. And the other third controversy is about the NFL, and we have our old friend Sullivan who. Book compatriots. And he's gonna talk about the what's going on in NFL and Nike, and I'm Frank I'm putting redact show. I think that the players should make a a symbol added inside the stadium. I stadium loved do whatever they want. I couldn't agree with you more John. Let's discuss it. Coming up next. Thanks for everybody for listening. I'm gonna stick around for the next ninety minutes. Hope you will to be.

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"matiz" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"matiz" Discussed on Get Up!

"There's this much cheese mo- that comes with a sport like football that it's very hard to change that. Is a culture that good luck being one that wants to change it, but this was a sovereign promise you guys is not just football, high disagree, a promise, you is athletics period and what you guys can't dismiss is the life skill that comes with being an athlete is not just about the score of the game is not just about your skill is about how far you can be pushed before you break. That's really what it's about by understand that. But there's a difference between breaking and saying, I can't do this anymore and breaking and being putting people in a dangerous situation, challenge people in push them to their limit. It's another thing to push them beyond a place that is safe for them to go in that I understand that's a complicated line to walk, and I don't pretend I know how to do, but I do recognize that we have seen just too many stories too many instances, many of tragic events taking place and us asking questions after the fact will how is this allowed to go on? So the notion that the players ahead of time are saying, wait a minute. Hold on here coach, this is not right. We should not be practicing. We should not have full contact with. Pads on we should not. We should not be practicing in extreme heat with inadequate attention to hydration and heat exhaustion. I'm glad someone's asking that question ahead of time rather than after something terrible has happened, but a level of awareness that we have in twenty eighteen is going to protect athletes moving forward because we're now having this conversation for national consumption. But these things always have taken place in multiple sports when you're dealing with young people and to your point about the Matiz mall or the culture, what ends up happening is the player de seems to get tired. You're not only challenged by your coaches, your challenged by yourself because you want to and you want to keep up with your teammates. So if so, imagine how much pressure that is. That's why it's the adults responsibility to gauge the situation and know the difference between a normal coach motivating and a coach, pushing a kid to a dangerous place and just off. Right, exactly. That's the word is dangerous. There's a place where it becomes dangerous and I know you're not advocating that. I don't know what mine would add advocating that right point, but, but let's not act like every basketball gym has air conditioned, right? There's yeah, there, there's a drill that is specifically called running suicide. That's what it is called. It's interesting to Shange in the sports in a variety of different ways. All right. I've got a little cure for the Mondays for you here. We know sometimes getting up on Monday morning. Hopefully this bring a smile to your face. Let's start with a pitch from Sean Kelly. Dad's still a little bit and or way over to join out call a little. Kelly throwing that what. Actually, that was that was a good look. That was for everyone's safety. They're watching that was. What's the catch radius on that fan. Oh. Get a lot of those. Nice. It's pretty good, not a couple rows of empty. I like it really does have the mid thing. To go a bunch of players from the big three. All really is like that. Here we go. Here's here's what they said. What bill..

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"matiz" Discussed on Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"matiz" Discussed on Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

"Right. If you with parents who sing talk at the dinner table will then afterwards, they set and had a cocktail. And nobody cited me thing. That's what's the you. That's not what's normal to us. You know? And it doesn't have to be about a skin color thing. You know, the Italian is not going to be quiet. I'm not gonna be quiet, but I can go down the list, right? Right. So I think one of the first things to be aware of is the fact that. You know, use your experience is going to be different than the individual. And that the other individual is going to be looking at you mindful of the fact that you have not seen what I see you do not know what I know. So maybe place to begin is, you know, instead of like a few were consulting with someone who was from new similar background. You would assume certain things would just be known. So the first thing you will do is soon there things are not gonna know about your experiences in life in just like lady vice versa, though, it does tend to be you know, as more people of color have integrated into the society over Vecchio aids. We have had more exposure in the quote unquote, white world than whites have had in the world. Apparently. So if anything maybe the deficit is on your side reply. You have not exactly had some of these experiences. So that would be the first the second place to sort of. And then the next would be to that, you know, if you're working with somebody who is opening up. I mean, if you're sitting across moment in a woman who can from your background white like you middle class grew with, you know, the mountain mistakes, and she's telling you that she's lucid relationship, you're gonna have a level of horror in reaction to that. We're going to look at her as somebody who is being this hour by her mate. And you're gonna want to know as an astrologer what in her s lots of charts weeks to the that is resonating with this that she's engaged in nationality patter. Okay. When you are sitting across from woman of color. It's no different on one hand. But on the other hand there are going to be certain cultural considerations. For instance, if the person is of Mexican for the weekend from any of the Latin American countries, there's the Matiz Matthias, right? You know, this does not come into play. We could say in the black community within the white community were housing for this effective there. Well, exactly, I would say like that. You know, and I'd say kind of to dovetail off of that, you know, a lot of the things I experienced in Egypt. You would think in our culture is abusive right in terms of how the men act in what the women are supposed to do. But there it's just like absolutely normal that that the woman is true true treated this way in it's in. It's not like a beer about all that context is a very good example, what you wrote up, you know, you have to look at it in the context in indicate difficult. This is a very good example in terms of to connect with some people you have to have a certain level of knowledge oversensitivity to learning about that being taught in shown into accept that. And put it in his proper context like he was signing. And I think it, you know, this conversation, obviously can can dub dub tell out into the bigger question or the bigger. Thing of humanity is. Everyone has to be reminded that they don't know where that person comes from in. Now as strategies we have the really beautiful opportunity to understand the chart in understand the personal psychology. But there's no way we'll ever really understand the reaction of that psychology to to the world. So if let's say, I'm born in culture, where being quiet is like you spoke of it's good to be quiet. Keep your mouth shut. But I have this chart really wants to talk will it might be a trauma that I've been trying to speak. My voice my whole life. May by culture was like. You know? And so that would be like something I need to overcome as opposed to being in a family. That's like, speak, your voice trial. Like do your thing. You know, and that's an empowered part of the tarp. But it is that's really amazing thing again with a strategy..

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"matiz" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"matiz" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Of the game as line a breaks stick on the top of the jets bench while going off the ice twenty nine shots face by hello here tonight and the predators managed a total of thirty three and winning this one to one much more along the lines of what we would call a classic playoff game it was a great i'm you know a huge response defensively they did all the right things stayed out of the box for the most part scott hartnell came in did his job i i just think that means so much when you go in you can be physical on dust of buffalo and play him hard and that's exactly what he didn't it just spread through the team so bryan little is the third star again tonight second star from the nashville predators number fourteen matiz eco and tonight's first star for the nashville predators number thirty pie pekka rene okay there you have it the three stars ryan little of the jets number three matija saccomano predators number two and peck arena who had a shutout until the last minute of play with the win here this evening and the predators take a big two one win here tonight and now go back to nashville where it's a best of three series to determine the winner funny how that works pete do gloom what's wrong with our team how are we going to make it what's going to happen now you go back and a best of three series with home ice a momentum i mean you have to carry momentum yes it really just shut down the jets altogether i really impressive performance moving zones getting it in there for check was phenomenal i mean that's that's the best i've seen that for check work and and that's all four lines going a a great response fishers line was fantastic bonino's line did a great job and then the defense you can't say enough i think sue bannon i call him had a great game all the way through you know yannick weber back in the lineup he was fantastic pushing up in an aggressive the gaps were tight so many things like it was a great performance as as a hockey purist those games that that those are the good ones we.

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"matiz" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"matiz" Discussed on The Young Turks

"She not only did not go to help them in those shootings they did not case out the pulse nightclub in fact he apparently had never even heard of the pulse nightclub and did not know what it was and so of course you can help them case it and apparently an fbi agent investigating within days knew that she had never gone anywhere near the poles cycle they found that out in the middle of the trial and the judge who had kept her in jail without bail said white you know couple of days into your investigation let alone the middle of this trial and now you're telling me that she you knew from her cell phone data and and tracking your phone that she'd never got anywhere near it and you're telling us in the middle of the trial part of the reason that she was acquitted because it just wasn't true issue helped him in fact this monster had beaten her raped her etc so you know how much time she spent in prison wrongly fourteen months got a son couldn't couldn't touch them couldn't hug them couldn't kiss her grandmother died while she was imprisoned couldn't go to a funeral couldn't see her before she passed away so now that's the injustice done to enor salman who also suffered at the hands of teen but now let's turn to the other evidence in this case and why he actually did it and why we know that it wasn't related to the nightclub in particular melissa gelson doing a great job and reporting here explaining there was no evidence that he was a closeted gay man no evidence that he was ever on grindr as a lot of folks had reported he looked at porn involving older women but investigators who scoured matiz electronic devices couldn't find any internet history related to homosexuality so look you commit one of the biggest mass murderers in american history and yes investigators are gonna look through your internet searches to see what you're up to and it turns out and he did watch porn and and you'll find out what he's into when you.

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Russian diplomats expelled from U.S. arrive in Moscow

24 hour News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Russian diplomats expelled from U.S. arrive in Moscow

"Traffic center this note the vine expressway is jammed westbound as you approach the schuylkill expressway we'll get the latest on all that when we check in with billy dawson for traffic and transit on the twos well the philadelphia orchestra has named a new leader that story from kyw's john mcdevitt 48yearold matiz polski we'll be the philadelphia orchestra's new president and ceo in august he's accepted an initial five year term the philadelphia orchestra already has a connection to its communities and one of the things that i'll be doing early on is ready lending more and more about what the orchestra currently does and listening to everybody inside and outside and make sure that we we are as relevant and meaningful as we can be ski replaces alison bulga amore who stepped down in december he was born in buenos aires and raised in london polsky has been executive and artistic director of calperformances at university of california berkeley since two thousand nine he also used to sit on the board of overseers for the curtis institute of music john mcdevitt kyw newsradio kyw news time eight twenty one the first group of russian diplomats expelled from the us has arrived back in moscow there are a lot of diplomats on probably some spies on the move western nations and russia have been kicking out each other's embassy and consular staff by the dozen in the fallout from the nerve agent poisoning of a former spy and his daughter in england britain blames that on russia some of the russians ordered out from this country we're seeing taking buses from the embassy tom foty cbs news washington kyw news time eight twenty two my big portal dot com sponsors traffic and transit on the twos and follow him is.

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"matiz" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

Hurry Slowly

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"matiz" Discussed on Hurry Slowly

"It's dark we'd be going on darkness for two and a half hours over puddles with fourteen thousand feed it's cold we getting weds and which is if you look at its our eyes from from and helicopter which is two tiny tiny lights in a in a dark landscape this no moon whatsoever there's nothing is just fifteen feet ahead of us of what we can see what we know and we not going back and there's no place the cab it's not like oh this is a beautiful prairie let's just set up camp gear there's no that's not doesn't exist so in your head you're like sort of going through this we're not talking about point jaylen i know where we are like what what is happening we're not talking is not for anything but we're also focus on the road the robes really really bad rocks the size of a softball which means if you hit that not only can screw up your ram which is a terrible thing but also the rohde's nine feet wide or eleven feet wide like you can't really screw it up because it could be and you know you you break your ankle there i don't know what we do it's we don't know where we are and obviously were not four miles per hour we have to paws right now for a message from our sponsors to stay tuned after the jump we'll find out if matiz and joe l ever make it to cover markelle and a half today it's a pretty good story this episode is brought to you by hover have you been thinking about pulling the trigger on a new online identity but you just keep putting it off well here's a little story about how i tricked myself in making a new website step one i plunked down the cash to buy a new domain step two i had some sweet new business cards made featuring my domain name and step three i then had to build.

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