28 Burst results for "Miki"
"miki" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Terms of the runaways you could've gone really any them or bad asses. Knowing what they have to put up with just with Kim Fowley. Having surviving. Him was a a a feat. but I, just think for someone who has been doing it for as long as she has. And it's still you know I've seen some clips of her recently still puts on a fantastic show and I, love the fact that. I, believe after bad reputation came out. She said Oh that's a good groove and she has done every song. That she has recorded since then. Basically is just re recording bat. Even, the even the cover songs like I know there's a cheap trick cover that she I think she did surrender but it sounds pretty much exactly like that same straight sort of thing for bad reputation. Just with different different, slightly different melody in different lyrics. I. I'm fascinated by artists just kind of like have their. You know like Bo Diddley? Diddley beat. And that's what he did. And he really. Tried to do something different. He knew what? He knew what he was good out and he did it well and I think Joan Jett very much falls into that category of somebody who? Found their musical style, find what found what works them, and just continues to do it. Just seems like personally just a real bad, ass. Agree on that. Yes. She she has her own style. You could hear two two words come out of a song and now that's shown. Up yet she you know after the runaways broke up, she had trouble getting a a solo record deal. So she and her producer basically started their own record label. Is that right Oh? Yeah. BLACKHEART records and they wound up kind of. Putting out. I love rock and roll and it was a big hit and bad reputation was a big hit the kind of. Turned her career around and it was not the relied on someone else to do not only in one thousand, nine, hundred eighty was an era where female you know solo artist running their own co running their own record label was just not something that was. Believe in in thoughts for most people. That's amazing. Yeah. I mean it's just a complete bad ass on and off the stage. Yeah. Sharon Curie being another blonde, but a definitely another runaway. But what I love a song like. Cherry bomb I think that's a CO write with. Kim. Fowley is yeah to rock and roll song but it's it's not. It's not a song in which a the composer is not just emulating a male rock..
"miki" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"I was Michael's almost bring the one of the interesting aspects of punk which was. A musical phenomenon breaking norms and trying to challenge norms and but yet. Like a lot of Like a lot of musical groups that was still. They were still often dominated by mail frontman but. Yeah it's funny thing to see to think of them. The ramones is coming to your defense. Nights in shining armor. Well, one of the things about Susie like Michael said is I teach very much chameleon. And that was very much at the vanguard of whatever the times were. You know peekaboo something Michael mentioned. That's a dance. Rely. A lot of ways and you contrast that with a lot of the earlier staff whether it's punk or whether it's Proto off. You know she was just she is somebody who had has the ability to be able to understand where the cultural geist is going. Yeah, and really fucking nail it. Yeah. When one of my one of my favorite like a Susan? Was that standpoint point like You know the cure was pretty big at the time to and at some point Robert Smith just kind of. started playing with the band bands as well as just like their guitarists and so he would for them with the cure and then would wander back on stage. You know after the break and pick up the guitar and we just like they're they're touring guitarist for a period that they were what they're so much bigger than the cure for a little bit of time that he was just like Oh. Yeah. The Cure is opening for Susie, but then he was just like going back and forth between them I'd be interested if in any of the choices, the pick for a female rockers. Are Are they all. The guitars and was susie Sue garth guitarist. I don't believe. So I think she was just a lead singer, but you know there's there's so many there's so many artists that play music. on. An album. But just don't onstage. We'll have like a tour and guitar she. She might. I'm sure contributed musically it's. Just as so many. Sting singers do but I don't ever remember seeing her with the guitar you know funny effort. I actually had a look that up myself because I was like which one do I don't know it doesn't you know it's not like it's a deciding factor, but I did find some pictures of her with guitar. So maybe she did once in a while playing. I I am interested in what does a female rocker make and does it need to be a front person maybe does it.
Coney Island, New York, Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest Goes On, Indoors and Without Fans
"While many July 4th traditions were cancelled yesterday due to the pandemic, one event produced two new record that is the Nathan's fourth of July hot dog eating contest It took place in doors on the top floor of Nathan's warehouse. And while there was no crowd to root him on Joey Jaws, Chestnut still set a record 75 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. We're keeping the tradition alive and He's kept me going. I'm just really happy. We're able that we were able to get it together. And Miki Sudo also set a record for the women 48 a half hot dogs and buns. It wouldn't be the fourth of July without being Coney Island eating hot dogs. The competitors were tested for Corona virus ahead of time, and we're separated by plexiglass Steve Kastenbaum at Nathan's in Coney
Hot dog champs repeat as July 4 gluttony fest moves indoors
"It's a world record for the Nathan's famous hot dog eating contest held on July fourth at an undisclosed location instead of the Coney Island boardwalk because of the corona virus Joey chestnut and Miki sudo repeated as men's and women's champions of the annual lightning fast and now Sir George J. on ESPN we don't know seventy five Nathan's famous hot dogs and buns here in ten minutes photo eight forty eight and a half hot dogs and buns in ten minutes and also set a New World record they each take home ten thousand dollars plus just not gets the coveted mustard yellow belt lawsuit against the pink Pepto Bismol women's bout Julie Walker at an undisclosed location in New York
Joey Chestnut Breaks Record, Putting Away 75 Hot Dogs In Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest in New York
"Hot dog eating contest was Saturday in the Big Apple, with Joey Chestnut, setting a new world's record for downing 75 hot dogs and buns. In 10 minutes with Miki Sudo, breaking the women's record by consuming 48 a half Hot dogs and buns.
Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo crush the hot dog contest -- again
"Having no crowds didn't slow down the hot dog eaters at Nathan's annual Fourth Fourth of of July July contest contest in in Coney Coney Island. Island. In In fact, fact, it it may may have have made made the the champs champs even even hungrier hungrier as as they they beat beat their their own own records records just took place in doors on the top floor of Nathan's warehouse. And while there was no crowd to root him on Joey Jaws, Chestnut still set a record 75 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. We're keeping the tradition alive and He's kept every going, Um I'm just I'm really happy We're able to get together and Miki Sudo also set a record for the women 48 a half hot dogs and buns. It wouldn't be the fourth of July without being Coney Island eating hot dogs. The competitors were tested for Corona virus ahead of time, and we're separated by plexiglass.
Joey Chestnut, Miki Sudo win Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
"Clearly, Nathan's famous hot dog eating contest has wrapped up in New York correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says It's not like the competition of years past the Cove in 19 addition of the Nathan's fourth of July hot dog eating contest. There's a new record set in the women's competition. Miki Sudo put down 48 a half hot dogs and buns in just 10 minutes here without a live audience, cheering her on an amazing feat here at an undisclosed location for the
On a roll! Joey Chestnut sets hot dog world record
"You are building your perfect Fourth of July plate and you had two hot dogs on there. And if you throw 72 Mohr On your plate. You've got Joey Chestnut's Joe, just not hot dog eating record. I have goals, I guess to hit now. I don't know if I woke up this morning thinking that I was going to be in the seventies. But if I do consume 70 something hot dogs today, you better believe I will be letting the world know. Absolutely. Will you be a fool? Not to. It is a number and it is an athletic competition. And with that comes the opportunity to wager upon it. Let's bring in Doug Kazarian or ESPN betting expert joining us here on Darien Melon, ESPN radio and Doug, You know what I really admit. I haven't bet on the Nathan's hot dog eating contest before. How many different ways are there to do that today? Well, Randy, you should be embarrassed, but I should also be embarrassed that I can't remember the last July 4th. I have not been on a hot dog eating contest. So here we are. It's a staple in July 4th tradition is Traditional is AH, Apple pie right? There's different sort of thing, though. The female Joey custom if you will, just meaning the dominant force in the women's Circuit is Miki Sudo. She's like a tender, one favorite so minus 1000 chestnuts in the minus 1200 neighborhoods No 1 to 12 and Look they've dominated. But the big variable this year guys is so you can bet each of them to win or notes that would kind of take the field against each one. And then there's also over unders. You kind of mentioned Around 74. So it opened 71 a half was actually bet up a couple dogs. And we're seeing a little bit of under money, depending on the number. You're looking about 73 a half. And 73 is sort of the over under. And look, there's the variable this year of indoors, right? Chestnut has talked about how much you feed off the crowd. But if you remember guys just think about your own eating when you're outside and sweaty and stuff Not that pleasant, but you can probably do more damage indoors. But the hot dog dick holder, so that's the variable as well. So it's really unknown. Something like we've never seen no crowd. Different temperatures indoors, and that's sort of what everyone handicapping as we approach the top of the hour. Dawg, you mentioned this is something that you've done many years now betting on the hot dog eating contest. So my question to you as someone who has never based policed a bet in her life. At what point Do you start to think that Joey Chestnut might be falling off a little bit like he's been doing this for a while? I mean, is it? Is it something that you're just going to keep betting on him until He doesn't read proves you're wrong. Like at What point is he too old to be like? I'm gonna start taking the under on Joey now. Yeah, I know It's a great question because there's a some point he's going to get caught now. Actually, When I lived in Vegas, I covered a major league eating competition between him and Kobayashi. It was sort of the predecessor to test that, and he he talked to me about stuff. Yes, he takes like like what Marathon runners do before the marathon. They take painkillers before you could imagine you just roll out of bed and like Pearl down, trying to pound 72 hot dogs. You There's an art to this right. There's training. You expand your stomach. You talked about the belt of fat very so there's a lot of competition, but at some point your body You know, Father Time is undefeated as we all know from the great Charles Barkley. So at some point, these competitors are going to catch him. Now there is a guy sort of lurking in the neighbourhood. Darren Breeding is supposed to give him a run for his money. This year at some point member Kobayashi was Seemed untouchable and then chestnuts out of standards. They had eaten Maurine the sort of regionals and then they thought he could do it. But you know, there's I like the over if you can get a 72 or so, but the juice is getting up there. I think Minus 1000 on Miki Sudo is stay free money but pretty favorable. This is like she's going for the world record. She's like geared up for this. This is for Brian. This might be the last year chestnut. Just sort of a lock, so to speak, But I won't lay the $12 either. So I think that time has come When you win the money lines get that high. You're not going to make a lot of money laying that kind of lumber.
"miki" Discussed on KCRW
"Voices a producer Miki meek reported this with Joanna you'll hear Mickey's voice in there now and then asking questions here's Joanna to take on a bunch of tough guys the mayor hired someone who is used to being the toughest guy in the room lanes hop plane to the upper ranks of the Amsterdam police department by speaking is mine and not caring who didn't like it he ran the right squad he was known in town for forcing out anarchists squatting in a full city block of abandoned homes Amsterdam is a progressive city in sympathy was with the squatters lots of people hated lane for what he did they threw paint bombs Adam will only last for like this deductible only cowardly leaders don't show up my interviews of hammer filled with these kind of tough guy cliches not least I tightened this is a battle and one of us is going to win it and it's not going to be you sometimes it was hard to keep a straight face somebody put onto this manageable for future them in the fire department so I'm not really worried about getting burned K. a year to a dove lane smiled he knows when he's lying and I'm back he's intense with reddish brown hair and blue eyes that look incredibly I see if customer his first week on the job there's a welcome lunch for him firefighters don't show up then he gets an anonymous letter telling him not to enter any fire stations he goes anyway any notices right away there's no way for him to park the fire station's parking spaces are filled with recreational vehicles boat get pushed get a free boats with caravans with camper vans because basically the firefighters were using this area around the fire houses their private space saying you know we're here twenty four hours this is kind of our house this is our place Blaine gave firefighters their first order he said get all your personal stuff out of here.
"miki" Discussed on Ponderings from the Perch
"Clients brand you get to the store you intend to buy. You know your name brand the chips for example but then you reach for for the cheaper private-label they have good flavors. They have a good branding now. So there's a lot of switching behavior happening in the moment and none of that is is predictable and none of that is really something that You know you can kind of plan for it right that that's happening in the moment. That's all happening at this show. Which drawing people into Miki's decisions ally that's happening in the moment though? It's super important that we're getting into that moment when you come from you come from system one research so. I don't have to tell you this could also be subconscious and so when I leave the store. I may think that I bought the name brand. So if you ask me now to self report. Oh Yeah I had every intention of the brand. I think I brought the name brand but actually might system went into just a automatic drive and I didn't and that that happens all the time it's sub-conscious and even private-label are are kind of quick copycatting. These name brands so that they are pinned against each other more closely so that people grab for the the option that looks like the name brand but might just be cheaper right so like and the great thing about video is that we observe thought and we could hear people saying. Oh I'm I'm buying lays but they're actually grabbing for something else. It's kind of crazy to see that happen but video evidence hard to to go. Yeah so it's nice to have lush at data well. I didn't know if you knew this about me. But my degree is actually in cultural anthropology. So talking about observing behavior. Yeah so I totally know where you're going with this but I would love to hear from your perspective. You kind of hinted at it a little bit before that. If we really could passively observe the consumer the data would be so rich and just so amazing..
From Chevy Monte Carlo to Ford Escape
"For years. I've been driving one interational of a Monte Carlo or another and all of all of our longtime listeners you guys have been with you guys have heard my trials and travails with that with that car and you know what it's like when you own a car for a long time and you know it's idiosyncrasies you get used to not having a car payment which is beautiful And eventually I had to give up the ghost man. I still have my Monte Carlo. But a new car. Yeah all right. Well Yeah it's three ninety nine money. No I got a twenty-seven four escape. 'cause I got a great deal on seventeen four. Okay okay. Very good news car. I've ever driven and I'm actually taking possession of it like all. The deals stuff is taking possession of it tomorrow as we're recording. Congratulations -gratulations well. Let's let's hope. It's I still have the Monte Carlo. Though it's you know I won't be able to sell it for anything I understand. Maybe your data take it. He takes he takes on projects. Like this right. Yeah maybe maybe he will. Well I you know I'm I'm just a couple questions if you don't mind we have to jump into shoe topic. Yeah couple all right. So how did he find. Is that something you're buying from a dealer you buy it from a friend you buy from craigslist. What a I'm buying a used With I I found it with the help of a A third party but the the purchase itself is directing. So I've checked out the car and I literally tomorrow all I'm doing is like taking possession of it. Well color is black black. Okay black on the outside. And it's you that's another thing with the cars as little worry gain 2017 model because the color is kind of the last thing I care about. Yeah engine that works. Louis says this has sixty K.. On it but I got a good deal and I was just very happy that I didn't get stuck with you. Know like a cornflower yellow or would you. They've all these fancy car paint names like you know absent minded vermillion or whatever. I don't get it but yeah I got just a regular a black Ford escape because they gotta do some hauling road trips ahead of me and so I I wanted to get Just a little beater pickup truck but like we talked about before. We're talking about the ranger. It's tough to get the the kind of pick-up truck would want you know. No disrespect to an F.. One fifty but I don't needs something like that little manual transmission do Cedar Parking Lot which is very difficult. The nothing funny I I mean I don't know why as to color I mean. That's the last thing that you should be concerned with probably just like a prank you in the parking lot if I see right do something this thinking because I actually went through some of the old research that we had done on the the INS and outs of buying a car. What you should know and what you should avoid what you should look for Cetera Hell yeah well. In a lot of people here in the audience today have war stories and one of the things that we had said in the past. The I think maybe some people weren't on board with was that I like you know know about you will see if you're on board with us. I am very much against Buying a brand new car. Oh Yeah I just. It's just not for me. I know it's for some people but it's not for me on what about you Kurt. I'm not completely against it. Really all right so you buy a new car and it's GonNa last you for maybe four or five years. I mean depending on how much you drive but years trouble-free maybe more Miki at two hundred thousand miles on pretty much any any car nowadays I'm not totally against it. So you see some security in it if you get used to make car payment every month. It's not too that's the one thing that's the one thing 'cause I did get it like through third parties so I do have a car note again. Yeah it's just it's tough to stomach but oh you know what you've got that reliability you've got You know the the the solid feel again of a car underneath you because I know what it's like to go from an older vehicle to newer vehicle and I'm I'm back to the position now by the way where mind is feeling older you know. It's a little more sloppy. It's not quite as it was. Yeah it's just tough to explain unless you're in the seat experience in it but a new car just has that correct feeling right feeling to it and something new to you I mean going from what year Two Thousand Four. Yeah Yeah Two Actually two thousand Two thousand six hundred sixty one thousand six hundred twenty seventeen almost ten years with many many miles on it. I'm sure it's probably just the more solid feeling vehicle underneath you. It's going to be nice. I'm excited about hearing about whatever you intend to do with this. You know honestly guys the fact that it might start it every time that I wanted to start flowing me
Joey Chestnut, Miki Sudo clinch victory in Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest
"One of new York's most famous fourth of July celebrations Nathan's famous hot dog eating competition is in the books was a very hot and humid day here in Coney Island and the weather was clearly a factor for the competitors Joey jaws cast not won his twelfth yellow mustard belt he eight seventy one hot dogs and buns in ten minutes falling for short of breaking his record of seventy four he was clearly disappointed that he did not set a new record here today on the women's side making one six yellow mustard belt by eating thirty one hot dogs and buns in ten minutes casting down the nation's fourth of July hot dog eating contest in Coney Island
"miki" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Deliver when I was a kid organ meats, were a part of your culture and, you know, I think that it seems different coming from him versus from you. I'm just saying, I'm not sure. All right away on my guy. He said he grew up eating a lot of living. I gotta eat a lot of liver even though you just told me ten times. Right. Right. It's a cultural thing that a lot of us have lost. But if you look back to many other cultures, whether it's Asian cultures are African cultures are any culture. That's not westernized. They often eat a lot of organ meats, and if you look in indigenous peoples and not an anthropologist, but I try to pretend I am sometimes and I try to learn enough about it. You know what I've learned way Davis talking to Miki Ben Dor. They eat deliver first. So the nose to tail brings people unique amounts of nutrients, and you need. Sneak sources of nutrients, the Muslim doesn't have a lot of copper. The muscle meat doesn't have a lot of, you know, riboflavin the muscle meat doesn't have a lot of Foley. So we need the sort of organ meats, to complete the nutritional picture. And it's pretty incredible. Like I said, knock complex, but not simple. When you eat the animal Nossa, tail, which would be reasonable amounts of protein, a good amount of fat for fuel, and an organ meats, whether it's liver, kidney, heart and then think. About connective tissue and maybe a calcium source, which we can talk about, you're getting a really robust collection of nutrients, I would argue getting everything human needs to function optimally. And so I think there are a lot of people doing really well on meet only diets. I just think they could probably do better with those detail with more nutrients, but the fat and the fat and fuel pieces super important as well. Yeah, I know we discussed this before, but just tell us a, you know what your diet, what diet, you landed on and what you're currently eating just so everybody knows because sometimes they come in, and they're like, oh, who's this guy? Maybe they haven't heard previous episodes, right? So, you know, I am I'm bending a carnivore diet for about ten months. And you were asking me before the podcast. I have not had any plants in the last ten months and people might think that sounds crazy, but it's been an interesting journey for me. It's been I love intellectual questions. I love going down rabbit holes for art man you're going to die. I know right? It's doing okay. We can talk about all the lipid stuff. If you want base. The I think the idea around the hard stuff is overblown and misinterpreted. But yeah, I haven't any plants and what I've landed on is a nose to tail Colonel diet. It's seen various permutations over the last ten months, but Chris saw most of it yesterday. It's pretty simple right now. And the way I eat is not necessarily the way that everybody's gonna find it functional to eat. But I, I try to think of the basic foods of an animal that I can eat in a day, and then I add to that, when I want extra things. So the basic foods I eat from an animal are animal meat and we'll fat and that ratio is important. I try to hit the protein like a certain target. What's animal fat? Mean animal fat is actually fat from the animal. So this is really interesting. You go to the butcher or you go you look at an animal like a room in an animal. We never see the fact that there's a bunch of fat around the kidneys called suet or fat lining. Some of the parts of the animal wrapped in it, right? Yeah. We never get that fat animals are a lot fattier than we believe them to be. Or there are collections of fat in the animal. Will we only see the muscle meat, which has had all the fat trimmed away to make it look? But I'm eating animal fat. I've actually recently just started sourcing pure fat. It's not tallow. It's not rendered its just like suet, or trimmings from the fat. So I want the fat from the animal Saudi eat that. Because sometimes like say like you get like a New York strip that's like it's really hard to eat. He kind of just man up, okay? You just you just chop it up small and non..
European Election Results Show Growing Split Over Union's Future
"Talking through the European parliament election results talking where we've heard a bit about the green surge. We'll talk more about that. We'll talk about those two mainstream party, groupings falling back somewhat, but we'll also talk about some of the nationalist parties. The eurosceptic parties and populist parties, different descriptions, for different one for the mixed pictures, we've been saying for the men, the hustle among us. You now here in France coming first in the poll, but also only polling around about the same as they did last time, proportionately and only getting around the same number of seats. That's also talk about Italy and bring in the BBC's new McGovern who's in Rome, looking at the fortunes of Matteo, Salvini party mornings, your should've saved one German and one journo van that good to have. Have all your listeners with us here in the eternal city in Rome, what we did is we did a quick sprint by the Vatican to get a few newspapers. Let's have a look with my guest Francesco Beck is how Mr. Matteo Salvini off the league party how it is being transmitted and communication. But just before we go to those headlines, I want to take a moment because he had an impromptu, press conference Matteo Salvini. He came out with thirty plus we're getting up to about thirty four percent of the vote now in the European Parliament's. Let's listen to what he has to say. Not only the league. This is the first in Italy. Marie lapenne has the first party in France. Nigel Farraj is the first party in Britain, so Italy, France, Great Britain. It's just the sign of a Europe, that is changing of a Europe, tired of the powers of the elites finance multinationals and from tomorrow, we all have to redouble efforts. Most. Our work doubles Francesco. Do you think this is really a significant change? Hi everyone. Good morning, everyone. So, yeah, that's a big change for sure. This results from the league wasn't really expected, so high so high. Twenty four wasn't expected by any of the polls, and, and mostly the most impressive result is dead of the five time movement with seeing the last section. So still be checked, but its sixteen point five percent, so they're in third place. We have the Democrats in twenty plus there, probably about a second party. So I suppose that's an upset, and we wonder then will the government continue at the moment. It's a coalition between the five star that Christel with the league the league. Said no. But some people are wondering, what should we take a look at the papers together? Let's begin with this is one of the oldest papers rice belt on leg. Criollo Fitch Enquist, there, you will translate so rebel. Tony means huge Electra game for the league. It's a boom and a major defeat from the Feist of movement. So let's plays the biggest newspapers from the north. And now I guess they expected up to league will be pressing. Would they all is on the northern issues? So it'll cut you down over. They'll just so he's called the captain rice, the captain. That's how he he likes to be called. That means that now he will have to deal with this huge results. And that's not an easy task. No, it's not particularly when you look at the unemployment figures that are here up to thirty percent for young people. I should say Francesco is a student at the university here. Also writer for four Miki. We zien. As a child you all work. Very, very hard lessons, continue, it'll Messagero. Okay. Legos. Fonda PD process chink. Yeah. So here's the, the major news is that the Democrats have overcome the movement. That is a major psychological movement, because they, they weren't expected to be overcome and this means that you need the left as a raisin. And of course, they've come back into the second party. Let's turn to a paper that is more left-leaning, that is lower puplic years. Tell our listeners. Big font on brain Nehring. And so they're trying to make a point there, which would translate as a dark shadow black shadows dark shuttles coming back onto country. This this why because that's because they've lifting the league is an extreme right far right party. It might be true to some extent. And that's why they defected string Bright's as raisin in the country. Right. Sara, perhaps the most well known internationally after the Italian papers at the leg of all superior in 'em. Ching Quistelle is, so the league flies and the Democrats, they take over from five star. Do you think that Matteo Salvini will in fact, try and go to load himself off the five star movement? No, I think it will it will stay as long as you can. Because there's no real alternative to this government right now at any wouldn't wouldn't be wise for him. And just before I let you go, French. I was in a restaurant last night when the exit polls were coming in looking at the televisions. But really, what most people were looking at the television was somebody else. It was Durell see who's also on the frontier, he played his last match in the Roma jersey were there, and I cried so much. I was at a stain you. Yeah, that's the flag of our such just to let you know, it's also picture. That's on these papers as well as Matteo Salvini and continue bringing more coverage from Rome throughout the day. Yeah. So the European parliament election, not necessarily the most important thing for people, and you think actually here in front. So Rian this, this morning is the dominant topic of conversation among some of the people that we can see going to work, maybe who are going to be sitting in the cafes at the frontier, I think there will be some conversations about the European election. Yes, perhaps more than people expect because McCall made it such a big issue of his presidency. So I do expect them also. I saw an interesting poll overnight here that said that, you know, unlike previous European elections. The majority of the French voted based on European political issues. It wasn't for them about national issues. And
"miki" Discussed on Critical Role
"So what are you doing? Am placing from can outside of the bubble. And I'm going to go in the next. Okay. Ropes are from. From the doorway and looks and it is a dark hallway, no light from concedes a little bit of light. But it's a above like, this seems to be an incline, and it's all it's buff into the right? It's not a straight narrow hall. It seems a little oddly angled, you know, I could throw some light out. But I don't really want to announce a presence. What do you? He would have told her may have yet. I can't hear you. Just just 'cause a giant lightning thing in joint. I feel like our presences kind of announced. Yeah. We're. Staff at any rate Beckham out of it. So now, you have light source on the staff. No evidence the chambers lit well. And I don't really want to announce a presence if somebody out there don't know. This is open. So. Like, he's not going anywhere at here who wants to come with. Yeah. That's probably have someone. Check ahead. Just for traps Miki, unless you don't know you. He's fine. You got it. Very good. Tell me cows just y'all. Fine foreing. Everything's fine. Worry about this. I don't think we'll talk later..
"miki" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Yeah. We are honored by the. Of the of all university. Can pay tribute to the great poet of yesterday. And today the immutability. Vibe nominee Miki's. Bye. John. What am I thinking, John? It was chosen by our chairwoman for Nike fifty. Great. I would like to take a few minutes. Whole big. I do miss your notes. Time you ever forgotten that doctor you? I beg your pardon Madam when you pulled out your handkerchiefs to bite your. Nipah paper. Oh, thank you. Thank you. Madam. Thank you. Vicki. Not Vicky Dr Helen. Thank you. You're good show thinking of you ever minutes. Bless you. Me. Lady. Good. Taty your home..
Nintendo's Share Price Falls Yet Again With A Lack Of Game Announcements Possibly To Blame
"Business reporter tom busby still has things to talk about the fourth of july a federal holiday that means all us stock and bond markets are closed today as well as banks federal state and municipal offices and the postal service number of stores closed as well speaking of close stores retail vacancies they shot up by ten percent in the past three months all those toys r us stores shutting down made a real impact despite higher gas prices strong demand for suv's crossovers in pickups helped overall auto sales rise more than expected in june the industry on pace to sell a solid seventeen million units this year and americans today we'll spend a collective seven billion dollars celebrating the fourth that's actually down from year ago miki sudo is the women's winner of the annual nathan's hot dog eating contest in brooklyn she wolf down thirty seven dogs and buns and ten minutes earning ten thousand dollars and probably a tummy ache i'm.
Different Ways that Animals Sleep
"miki" Discussed on Podcast
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"miki" Discussed on Podcast
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"miki" Discussed on First Mondays
"Um you send us a screen shot emails a screen shot of your review and if it's nice i will be happy so am i to be else do but the other request is if you're enjoying first monday's you should check out the patriotic that i mentioned patreoncom slash first monday's four really just five bucks a month you get access to bonus episodes you get access to the a miki chat room on slack you had access to add free versions of the regular episodes and you get really just the good feeling of knowing that you're a true insider so patron not com slash first monday's it's great and can become a true true miki so and we're the roof we are going to release the special miki ed free episodes as soon as they're done so you don't have to wait 'til monday yes that's true um so if you wanna hear you want to really get ready you cannot you listeners miki episodes and so so that may mean sunday midnight but you know they will be gone early publish immediately you can spoil the jokes for all your non mickey friends all right thanks for listening and thanks to our producer molly rao uh thanks also to our partners scotus blog and backer media thanks also to our sponsor helix sleep zuhdi helix sleep dot com slash first munde's for fifty dollars off and it take their free sleep quiz follow us on twitter at at first munde's fm i am at dan app sime at ice annual and visit our website at first monday's dot fm and if you like this episode please send it to your favorite parrot owner i gotta say dan at jimmy buffett is going to get a lot of people.
"miki" Discussed on WLAC
"And i were newly married we've been married for just over a year and um we had a lot of cheated over the last year we moved to atlanta last year i left the job roads miki's two hundred thousand a year well now make you yeah now miki seventy six thousand a year has been my food now why i wanted to do more training i wasn't um i wasn't happy with what i was doing all these life wasn't there and so i decided to take a step back what were you i was working as a doctor uh yeah and anyway my husband left the job when he was making fifty to sixty thousand years now making about thirty thousand it's been hard transition you are no longer being a dock at all no well gonna go back before right now you know and i'm not sure i have to make it decision next year those and there's a whole lot of ways to be a doctor you know that all i know and i am i am uh actually looking at the different ways so you know i may be back there next year but we'll see but i think the transition has really made us look at our finances and even when we were making that much money weren't living together at the time we were we were still living beyond our means i feel judge and now even more you know it's even more of a reality now that we're miki so much for our bills are at the scene yellen when the top goes out you can tell who was skinny dipping exactly thorough um and you know we've just we we're having some disagreement as to what we should regularly with like oil and k and i really feel like you should tell our cars he's not really agreement that in your household income today is a hundred and thirty thousand i would say i'm making seventy six he's making about thirty kurdish about a hundred and six okay i say 100 yeah income and so on your cars i.
"miki" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Note of interest expenses that's supposed to be in any version of these bills that's those of those two things that i think we should focus on and say what are we what are we trying to aim for worthy goals and not worry about you know whether or not the the bulk of the games are gonna go to labour or going to go to capital uh that's a hard question to answer that's the question that economics has never been april answer adequately going all the way back to two two two the giants of public finance mckee miki sends me the jusen sermon summers note here the essay in buried in it a doctor lead do you think the speaking of the president do you think president trump urinalysis of a highly simplified hypothetical plan that is different from actual legislation before congress should serve as a substitute for joint tax or cbo analysis don't we need to have that analysis an adult like you an adult in the room like you billie don't you leave that analysis to make an informed judgement yet but we need a variety of bottle and decay in a model and cory modest are used there are are are you certainly know what the actually going to be going to be very much the man in agriculture an aggregate based at model at and i think one of the things that not brokers at a well other micro model a micro models they get you're the behavioral change and and and until which we don't have good estimates so so those are the place where we need to do simulation said some judgment calls as to how effective these micro policies will be because quite frankly as a macroeconomist i have to admit macroeconomics was founded when that's um and we have to go through the micro and the company level data and a copy level behaviors that a good i pull out where the pump to the games are going to be and how they gonna come about uh here's something as soon as to quote dumb buried in this loose of his decent firm an article that gets does as to what you were talking about in terms of productivity uh and in this than they say in the presence of debt finance textbook analysis would suggested a cut in the.
"miki" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast
"But she goes in the house she finds miki owes body on the first floor she then goes up the stairs and she finds bulls iasco and mieno's bodies on the landing at the top of the stairs it appears that at the bottom of the larry yeah cardiac at the top of the stairs and bottom ladders damn same thing is to help yeah absolutely should life she was not one of those people who screamed and ran away and said she was one of those people who jumped in the middle and tried to see for her daughter and granddaughter alive so she ended up having a lot of blood on her as well but they do they call the cops the police come and they investigate the crime by the way i know that we talked about this off line joe is in the beginning i had said was it tanner eleven hours is how long are killer stayed we don't exactly know i mean this guy could if the door was locked he could have heard yes was mother trying the knob and you know did a a os moment and said i gotta get out of here drug at the back the back way though well in or he might have gone out the secondstorey window gan which is weird or he might have just bolted out of the front door a you know a chance it or he might have left just minutes before his show in seattle over yeah and frankly i is given that we don't know how thin those walls for her i mean i would assume they were thick enough that there.
"miki" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"miki" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Weekend and welcome to your first sip of coffee algiers fighter all tiers of bloody gm of course i got this cut i don't always uh you know i love gifts i love a good gift shop where i i i love i i like to shop general lee but one i'm on like a trip rubik eishin colin but it's one of the eight thousand two hundred and and fifty two reasons why i'm a very lucky man with call a call does not like he totally wait for me he knows it because we're getting ready like we're going i'm taking my mom to disney world for the first time like in two weeks or so and when we go to disney world he knows gras like to shop could give him i gotta get smart miki ears for the tribune so we are in montana i haven't mentioned mitchell is yet but with the montana there is this little gift store in the middle of the small town in whitefish whitefish montana and we walk in and it's this woman owns a store and it's all of these like like diarrhoea he's a magnet in teeshirts and no pads with these like really funny saying said some of them a lot of them have cuss words in aren't really brash and just totally inappropriate someone who has got so excited oh i heard group shannon and dawn you've met all the as my group is inappropriate which allowed and we're everything i just said grass sure loud so i have a cup we every buddy on our trip got this cop this this mugging eyesore wish i could show it on the talk show but so much trouble but it's a yellowed company goes i am a ray of effing sunshield that is a friday is it is my favourite lawyer and we ever i think uh yeah i.
"miki" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"How were you surviving inexpensive sanfrancisco at this point for this year that you're building it out and he would quit your job oh ab hustler today i got multiple series income oh inromejust because you have a fulltime dollar benefits did meet at was gay a true hustler area here that like you have to start thinking outside of the box if you want to quit these jobs you still need money lives by blatty office for a year in jail you're now we'll get to the office and things like bad in the in but ihow many people visit the site each month as of the lead toronto million people and so what were the first steps you to take levity from this idea this initial website to this hugely influential brandon platform so we and a lot of time trying to really listen and observable was already happening in cigarette are we can add value verses same we know what we're doing andbeasleyronnieso really with that comes down to is creative's an people who are miki cool things but need how distributing scolding so a lot of what we do a little fulltime person all they do is literally curator find built people in different cities ask them what they need and we try to help them so douse the best way for us to grow the beginning because we did have we also couldn't afford to make what they were making right so with that video series or a cool instagram cow or a photo journalism project but we could do was build systems of aussies to distribute their content for the brain so that was kind of that virtually beneficial relationship that we started off with in the beginning as we've built more and more scale because people were sharing konta that these people were making.
"miki" Discussed on The Turnaround with Jesse Thorn
"Which is going from you know the story of the interview that we're tallying and then i have a couple of ideas that i know i wanna drive to a different points and answered there's a real typed out thought through plan that end but that's a very special as kind of any of you were kind of have a picture of the peace beginning to end before the pieces ever been made miki meek one of our producers and i are doing some reporting in a small town in alabama in and this is the story that's kind of a political fable about this town which in alabama is the town where there have been more immigrants than any other town and is the town that jeff sessions and others have pointed to as being exemplary of the problem that immigrants bring to america and basically we're going in and saying is jeff sessions right have has a flood of mostly mexican emigrants to this town made the town worse driven uh nativeborn americans out of jobs brought up the crime rate driven down wages is that true but just just go in and just is it factually true and it turns out uh some of those things are true and some of the mind and some of them are sort of complicated in a really wonderful way an interesting way so so this is like one of those projects which is like the takes us months to do and there's so much reporting and there's we're getting so much more tape the wind up on the air and with end with those interviews we go into the interview like talking to people who are in the city council when the city council tried to take action about these immigrants and we just know a bunch of moments in the history of the town there were trying to get them to explain like what happened in our tell me the story of this what did you think what were the politics of it and they're it's much more free ranging kind of interview but even they are i'm going on with the plan of like there's a bunch of stories i want to get you to tell me i have no idea what the answer to these questions are like what happened in this particular.