19 Burst results for "Mingas"
Boomer & Gio
"mingas" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Basically gold we'll see if this jalen smith release ends up having an impact both on and off the field. I mean clearly were bothered by that other members of the defense mike. Parsons said this is my welcome to the nfl moment. So obviously they were shaken by it. But i mean i don't. I don't like mike mccarthy. Some of the in game stuff did you see from him. And i think he's a little maybe a little old school but his teams playing their asses off. They have been great. So i gotta give him credit for it and i think the cowboys are damn good. I really do and when you watch them. they're exciting. Here's one of those teams that when you're watching them you're expecting big plays yes big place. Yeah yeah yeah yeah kc in manhattan. What's up casey fellow. Good morning happy friday. Happy friday casey. What's up man knows g. i got apologized to. I called you earlier this week. And i tipped you off on on urban. Meyer's weiss twitter. yeah I should call weeks ago because i don't know if you saw him and she was. Yeah i know she. She posted something and she ended up quitting twitter and no need to apologize. I mean all all is good. There was no reason. Even bring it up until recently but yeah. Somebody tweeted me her goodbye and it's That was missed an the one thing that i can't believe that a twitter user. I would make mistakes. She said hashtag. The four apps hashtag faith family football for mingas but she provocative theft figures. Oh like that. That was funny is obviously talking about urban fingers in the stress. Everybody understood so the flamingo thing. I guess the people say. That's a swinger notification devices to swear stuff. I mean that's what people were saying. She put flamingos in there. Okay so i. I didn't know any of this stuff until you told me about the red adirondack chairs and the pineapple new orleans so that stuff. Yeah for sure is is the thing. But now people are saying flamingos. I mean how many swinger signaling devices are. there must be quite a few. Do you want to google How many what would you call it. A swinger notification devices. swear notification. All right flamingos swinger. when did pink flamingos become the sign of a swinger. Yeah i mean. I guess that's another one thing right. Yeah so the guy who's moving in next to me him and his wife not listeners of the show yeah currently As my wife was talking to the husband the other day when he was outside we actually. It was a bad thing to say after talking about swinger but She was outside. he was outside. Look at that construction. A conversation a neighbor or go out that the whole thing sounds coming along good. You know all the bull-crap that you do when you're you're not the real version of yourself when you meet somebody. Don't you hate that. I meet somebody that you're going to be your neighbor. And you gotta pretend like you're the nicest person in the world But anyway so we found out that the they're not listening to the show. So those red adirondack chairs that you gave me where they're going next door. Walk to the neighborhood. The neighborhood nice to have you here. enjoy yourself might get a couple of knox from the other neighbors. Check out what's happening. We're going to put them on the front lawn. I think they'll look good. Let's go to james in mastic beach. What's going on james boomer and geo good morning every morning on the way to work. I love you guys. Thank you when. I when i first got in the car this morning i just happened to hear you guys talking about some new legislation with Needles and talk about methadone clinics and stuff like that. I'm actually a substance abuse. Counselor i happen to be A recovering addict as well. I just wanted to chime in on that real quick Just an observation from my experience of working in the field with addiction. I've seen going on in the last few years. Is this switch to what they're calling Harm reduction so The idea being basically what i gather is they just don't want people to die. So this is something that's been going on in other parts of the world with it will give addicts a safe place to hughes so to speak The idea being that you know they won't hurt themselves. It's in a safe environment You know whether or not that works is still yet to be seen. But what do you think with your expertise. I mean i get where they're coming from but as a as a person in recovery. I haven't used the minder mood-altering substance in in I nine years clean last summer and You know from my what. I experience in my personal recovery. And you know what. I see going on in the field of addiction Sometimes there is some conflicting ideologies You know i. I can't help a question you know. At what point are we enabling. The attic does that. is that something. That's going to help them. Sustain long-term recovery. We just trying to have them not hurting. Sort of like go weaning off of process you can know safely and we're going to wean you off of it around. No no no the and why you'd when when you're talking about the methadone. They're not shooting methadone. That's i didn't hear who said it but that is something that they are using for many years now to get people off of heroin as well as other medications But just i mean in. My experience worked in inpatient rehabs outpatients residential detox worked in many different levels of the field And you know. I've been in programs where patients come in. And they just way over medicate them. And i'll be running a group and they're not out in group of the program gives them so it's It's a controversial subject as you know there's a lot going on in the field but there is some progress being made But just like. I said for me as a person in recovery and doing what i did to get cleaned. Stay clean sometimes seems to conflict with what You know certain certain state programs wants to do and and ideas like that given you know. Let's open a place where people can. Just come in and use intravenous drugs safely..
The Ladies of Strange
"mingas" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange
"Have you heard of john brinkley. No perfect his dad john. Brinkley senior was amount medicine. Man in north carolina for the confederate army back in the eighteen sixties saying he was married five times before the age of forty two while the first one was annulled due to him being underage at the time all the others and due to his wife at the time dying prematurely at forty two he married a woman named sarah t. mingas who had a great last name. I don't know if it's a great last name but what is boy meets world To penguin no mink senate. No no sorry. Anyway you'll come up with air time since i've watched boy real come up with somebody out. There will understand me and now yelling at it out there. Listening device since housing was has always been a problem. There is twenty four year. Old niece moved in with a couple of woman named sarah burnett. The elder sarah was nina. Renamed the sally to differentiate between the two and handful years later john brinkley. Junior was born to sarah. You know the younger niece now. Douche nozzle a. Oh no. I was like why is let his son. So how this whole situation was still cool in. The family dynamic. Didn't change for another five years until sarah died of both pneumonia and tuberculosis. Are you going to do at that time. Make babies or die of pneumonia. Like if you're going to die. It was either because you got kicked by a horse or it was tuberculosis. Another five years later the elder john died leaving lil jon and the care of his now on mom sally sara own sorry about this family tree too much. Your head starts hurting anyway. Throughout all of this you had a decent childhood with neighbors describing him as lively as a cricket which is just fun to say and we should bring back lively as a creek. Yes i've been saying. Be in her bonnet recently. Because ashley mentioned it in an episode or maybe you mentioned it. No you mentioned it. Rebecca in an episode. And it made you happy. It made me really happy. And i've said somebody gotta be in their bonnet like ten times the past week and so john. Schooling was done in a one room log cabin in the area by the takasugi river holding sessions during the winter to squeaky takasugi. That's the way he has. It spelled out. It's this probably allowed for the kiddos to work during the summer because they only had school for about three or four months during the year and have people profit the sweet sweet child labor picked on the bunch as a kid to the daughter of a well off board member. A girl actually named sally wyche made a point to torment him. Doesn't confusing bay she. I knows very confusing. I read through it to it. So i'd understand and i don't get it. I have not had enough alcohol for this. Cute gauges need better. Names or a bigger family tree somehow got his shit together and managed to graduate aka. Finishes studies bhai sixteen. He took a job carrying mail between towns and working at the post office in the days before cell phone than radio. They use something called a telegraph..
Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"mingas" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"A family show. The aroma alone is beautiful out. All of those classic belgian ales. It's you know. Borrowing fluid thelonious monk or charles. Mingas told his cat to use a commode. Gerald mingas. soon. Never mind okay. Different show but that's a fairly common thing now so we can trace it back to them. Yeah he wrote a book Published it. I don't know how well it did. But the oil. When the body to tell me how to use a commode. As i say i interesting you bought the book and there's no cat here okay. Back there is a cat in spirit and speed our hearts in our hearts so this was one of the first like craft beers. That i really got into heavily was a brother loonies. And it's got a great rich depth of flavour body. Yeah a lot of really good Dark fruit Yes you know. Yeah and it does. Come out of that abbey tradition You know little history certainly does well if it's cask-conditioned but doesn't have to be so those those astor's like it's not you know fred sanford sister-in-law we're talking about. Oh yeah that's right ed. Their fish food. So that's that's where. Some of those fruity notes. Come from in the in some of these belgian beers like you know there's no fruit or anything added it's just the notes from the yeast and belgian beers are so yeast driven kind of makes them their hallmark thing. I like about this when.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Of them at one time or another sometimes. It's been because evolution. Sometimes it's proximity. Sometimes it's something that's been said lately it's come down to the beliefs. I learned about love and admiration in every friendship. I've ever had from the neighborhood guys to the grade. School guys to the guys who met high school and then onto the guys and gals. I met in college. Even a few. I've worked with you have all taught me so much. People are places in places are times. Memories are the product of people and places and times. Got so much to tell all of you. That's catch up. God bless you all my love charles. Mingas what an absolute legend If you want to listen to more lingus legitimate non delayed releases. Of course chris. Has you covered If you're just trying one album. He suggests the town hall concert album from nineteen sixty four. You're interested in all the albums. He mentioned try cornell from nineteen sixty. Four live from bremen Either the nineteen sixty four or nineteen. Seventy five release revenge. It's got an exclamation market. The end of it. The great concert of charles mingas mingas in europe volumes one and two and of course the black saint and the center lady and mingas mingas mingas mingas. That last one is a great album. But i feel like chris put it on his list. Just because i hadn't said the name mingas enough times. In this list of albums. I give a few of those. Listen and then get in touch with us and let us know what you think. The website is audio. Judo dot com forward slash. Aj dj on facebook or at facebook dot com slash audio. Judo does jazz twitter at audio judo jazz or emails jazz at audio. Judo dot com for a direct. Line chris with your questions or comments. Email chris at audio judo dot com. Also if you're interested in finding some non jazz music to listen to give our original. Podcasts audio judo a try you can find more information at audio dot com. Thank you all so much for listening. We'll talk to you next time.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Own that was to be s. An updated trimmed down in an even more incredible version of the charles mingas composition. Haitian fight song. It originally been released on an album called the clown in nineteen fifty. Seven may have heard this song a few years ago in some car commercial. It's also i believe the ringtone for the main character. Joe gardner in the movie soul. They came out last year. Maybe a bit biased but a highly recommend. That movie is well several years ago. Not yet a year on the job and strap for vacation days. I took a road trip down to kentucky by myself. My wife had already left with the girls a few days prior to enjoy the charms a rough river with her parents. The car ulta myself. I decided to bring all of my mingas albums from the nineteen sixty four tour for the trip had recently purchased the cornell one thousand nine hundred sixty four live album but had not yet listened to. It was a warm update. Neither i nor many mingas fans had been aware of until its release the other elms included town hall concert from nineteen sixty four. My friends let me emphasize that april. Four nineteen sixty four absolutely not the disaster from nineteen sixty two. This sound has only two tracks. So long eric at seventeen minutes long and praying with eric at twenty seven minutes long is the first album i ever purchased from this tour. The one i listened to the most and the one. I highly recommend everyone should get if they should find this episode. Interesting if you're going to dip your toes into the water start here. Medicine your volume. One invited to from their april twenty six concert and blooper tol germany revenge from april seventeenth in paris and a couple of not so legitimate releases one from copenhagen for maple fourteenth in another from amsterdam on april tenth. Now this is a touchy subject for soom aengus and i want to apologize to her for having come across a couple of these releases she relates a story in the liner notes in revenge. At the first time she had been caught. Stealing records in paris was the autumn of nineteen ninety-one. All of them were mingas. Sounds all of them from illegitimate sources. She stuck to her guns and they eventually had to let her go realizing that they had no rights to sell them in the first place. The revenge in the title refers to revenge upon all the bootleggers. That made money off of being as-as music. The fact is this tour had been heavily recorded. Everyone on the stage knew it and there had been little they could do about it. Just wish all the recordings could be properly released so the whole world could enjoy them in. The money could go to the artists on the trip down. I compared and contrasted this album. That album made several mental notes and jotted down all my ideas when i stopped for gas or got something to eat. I thought i'd make a big splash on the jazz reta with my findings having thoroughly examined all their releases. I have since lost all of those notes. i never did make a splash. Jazz it when. I can tell you is that i recommend each of these elms equally. None of them are any greater than any of the others. I'm merely recommend town hall concert. I as it's just the two tracks and the only one of the album's single disc fortunately for all of us. Swimming has released the live at bremen. Nineteen sixty four in nineteen seventy five album last year. Four desks and four hours of live music from two different eras mingas career. The nineteen sixty four show is from april sixteenth.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That's the song so long eric composition. He wrote prior to his tour of europe in nineteen sixty four. It's one of the catchy songs of the repertoire. And let that be your first taste. What you're getting into. The music of this episode had any big projects in your life for much of my artistic life. I've been more of an ideas man than a man of action. I have a nagging lack of execution in any of my projects and is to say before this podcast. I've accomplished next to nothing. Artistically in my life. I've four entire books of letters plan for my daughters. I had a novel in mind a rather five. There would have gone a long way in painting over the failures of my twenties. They're still unwritten. I'm sure anyone who is listening to. This can surely understand. Having great ambitions for a project only to fall short mingas have been afforded the opportunity to record. New york's town hall in nineteen sixty two. He originally conceived the night of october twelfth. Nineteen sixty two is alive. Workshop bullpen rehearsal for an ambitious recording with the large orchestra. He had loads of new music. He had recently written in capped writing more music during rehearsals in three rehearsals. Not one of the songs have been played all the way through the recording date now bill by the promoters as a concert much domingus chagrin had been moved up five weeks. I'm sure the pressure of it all got to mingas and his apartment. During rehearsals he punched trombone. Jimmy knepper breaking one of his teeth ruining his sound for a couple of years. Napper filed assault charges on the night of the show and new york. City's town hall. Two men still copy. The music to be played while musicians had already started. Playing music started and stopped. Musicians looked at each other and confusion. Mingas yelled throughout the night and sometimes just disappear. According to a review written by bill costs for downbeat magazine mingas grabbed a microphone on amplified and shouted at the audience. Get your money back. I couldn't stop you from coming here. The press agents lied to you. You've been taken advantage of. Go out now and get your money back. I don't want you to think i've done this to you. It was supposed to be a recording session. But mr george wayne who is a fine promoter. Changed it into a concert. So get your money back. The company has lots of money. It would take years to rehearse this music. The album released from that evening in nineteen sixty two and build as town hall concert. I mean united arts label later as complete town hall concert. i'm blue. No kinda sucks. Maybe other people don't think it sucks. But i cannot in good conscience recommended to twenty-seven years later in nineteen eighty nine. They released a new recording with some of the original players in a host of all stars and they called it epitaph for mingas original conception of the peace. It's a two hour affair now. I love mrs music. But the last time i heard this back in the nineteen nineties. I didn't like it at all. Perhaps because it was two hours long perhaps because mingas himself isn't playing on it. maybe. I just didn't have the patience for it at the moment. I'm listening to it while i type this. It's not as bad as i once thought. So let me tempera. My original views on it in the nineteen ninety s younger version of myself would have said. There are a good twenty five to thirty other albums by mingas. I would rather recommend you then either. Nineteen sixty two. Townhall show or the eventually released epitaph. Maybe by the end of this episode alad different opinion according to yoda the greatest teacher. Failure is so. What does charles ming do. He assembles another band. Heads right back to his jazz workshop. Enlist the help of bob hammered to help arrange orchestrate in january twentieth nineteen sixty three only two months after the biggest professional failure of his career. He records what is often labeled his greatest masterpiece. The black saint in the center. Lady is i mentioned in episode four. There are two albums that people recommend you from. Charles mingas mesa In the black saint in the center lady undoubtedly these are masterpieces to the greatest jazz albums. Ever recorded nobody refutes that however this episode is in large part a response to the generally held belief that these are the two that you should start off with that. If you could only choose to then these would be them. That assertion is false rather not necessarily true his next recording also on the impulse label is simply called mega. smith's mingas smith's it's effectively a greatest hits record older compositions recorded with the larger band. The way it was intended to sound according to the lighter notes does attract like haitian fight. Song is given the new title to be s. Goodbye pork pie. Hat becomes theme to lester. Young east flat is flat to becomes hora the cubans us better. Get it in your soul. Well only as a letter. H in loses an earth sound and becomes better. Get hit in your soul and so on. I prefer some of these versions to earlier versions. If only because eric dolphins plays most of them in charlie mariano a revelation on the black saint album.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I a quick reminder as to who were dealing with in charles mingas mingas was a composer a basis a band leader in genius. His music had just the right elements the jubilant of church music the grit of the blues. The sophistication of duke ellington's big band compositions and the daring and freedom of charlie parker. He paid his dues while playing with everyone. From louis armstrong lionel hampton to ellington to parker in the mid to late nineteen fifties released one barrier breaking album after another culminating with the four outstanding albums he recorded in nineteen fifty-nine nine which we covered in episode four as we learned in the ornette coleman episode. He took up the challenge of the avant-garde by forming his own piano less quartet recorded several fine elms in nineteen sixty. This includes the incredible ming and teams album. I mentioned in the eric delfi episode. Nine hundred sixty one. He would return to the jazz workshop with another iconoclastic musician and his band resign. Role kirk but we'll cover that and kirks episode later on in the season that brings us to nineteen sixty two in less than two years. He would experience the greatest artistic failure of his career. Create perhaps his greatest artistic triumph assemble as finest band and then see all the momentum is career built up to that moment come to an end. That is what will.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"People are places in places are times. Memories are the product of people in places in times when i think of charles manson music at this period of his career. I think the friends he brought with him to europe in april nineteen sixty four and the magic. They created in essentially a month of their lives. I of all the great friends. I've made in my life and the magic. We created both temporary ever lasting. There's a good dozen other versions of me at different ages and stages still roman this earth stuffed with varying levels of hope and optimism and hangups and despair some of my variants evolved while others are stuck in a time and place. Having never learned the lessons. I should have by now. I recognize each is products of different friendships in times in my life. I'm sure all of you have just as many if not more so you might be asking yourself. Why why do another episode on charles mingas with so many other worthy musicians with so many other time periods and styles of music. I haven't addressed with so much material. I'm not covering then why. Why angus y nineteen sixty four. Why this material. Why these guys in this particular short band. I think in this first season of episodes the musicians their stories their music and what they represent have chosen me as much as i have chosen them. This is a story that demands to be told. Am i going to be the guy to tell charles mingas. That history doesn't require another chapter not me. The man is threaten violence to musicians on the stage. While they're playing for less than that. As i stated in the last episode with eric golfie think of this as a trilogy. Where at least three episodes that are linked into a larger ark. This is part two.
Follow Your Curiosity
"mingas" Discussed on Follow Your Curiosity
"Bake sometimes they can live on their own. sometimes it can become a song. Sometimes i yeah i i love i love the idea of repurposing for sure so i wanna make sure that we get to opus orange. Because that's an important thing and so i'm wondering if you can tell us how that band came to be. I know that sometimes it's just use. Sometimes there are other people so it's a little bit different than what most people typically think of as a band. So i'm wondering about that. Yeah i when. I since we talked about this when i moved from chicago to l. a. At that time people had websites and i remember To to sort of. Have your real. And i needed to have like some music real to show people that might need a composer so i got the domain opus orange dot com which was just like opus being a collection of works in the classical world. They they'll do it. It's almost like an album in the classical sense opus. Nine is this person's ninth group of works that includes Maybe a handful of tracks or whatever compositions so as that came from my classical background orange came from. I was in a band. Called orange was the color of her dress. Which is a charles mingas song anyway. So i quickly didn't over. Think that at all and i just got this domain name and put my real up and i would send it to potential employers and say hey check this out or directors or any anything that it was a way to show my real in the in the email and virtual world So jumping forward from that. Move it a just that those words kinda stuck together for me and then Like the first thing that we released. I remember i got. I gotta ukulele 'cause i went camping with my buddy and he had a ukulele as like what's that and i kind of picked it up and fiddled around and fumbled along on it And so the the first orange album ep was was sort of songs that were born from flailing at uconn ukulele And that's how that was born. But it i mean opus. Orange is is me and sort of my outlet as an artist in any any thing that i might want to release.
"mingas" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Especially knowing that. There's a thirty four kilometer time travel on the last day. He's sitting he stated at rates integrate spotlight. So there's no need to take risks not knowing what what the benefit is going to be of. Maybe a huge effort. Okay well you know what we shall see. this is. this is when it gets exciting. George required required homework. You have to start the these these epic daisy. We need you to watch out. Tell the tell the brazilian holidays that you can't You know you got. You have work to do this. The j. o. B. i'll be watching especially in your ch- especially to george. I've already said in the beginning of what you're gonna say. You have to come on lama vida before the end of this. Well i've asked the question in the other show. We have with victoria opinion. Mario salvato today. Actually i recommend again because we have. We have a special guest on the show Ex director caviar mingas who was especially the spanish racing and especially if wealthed dot so it was really really good job And i often asked the audience that give suggestions who they want as a guest in the future and your name has come up a lot so the people catcher in twenty twenty two or like you might be people have spoken on this. This is on. You know george well enough to know that. That's just telling those things i tell him. Did you say everybody wants on the show that will get Don't say all the other crap you said before to say. Hey man everybody wants what did he that will. That will get him there. Quicker than anything else. Yeah yeah so art everybody. Hey thanks for hopping on team and everybody thinks for we got. We got an action packed. Final few days here and we'll we'll wrap this thing up next weekend or.
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"He's speaking in tongues around the to fifty five mark. He stops testifying at the three or four mark. When booker ervin takes a spotlight with his tenor sax barely given the audience. A few seconds to clap before beginning his testimony at three thirty four the other two horns. Join again imploring him. This time to speak the truth. Urban strives for the upper reaches of his horn begins to pull the audience with them. The other two horns behind him. Begin the rollicking situation again. And i dare say the most rollocking song i've ever heard the other horns dropout and is just him with the rhythm section and then as speeds up again as the other horns implore the implore even though i have no clue what they're doing physically there's something circular in the sounds they're making. Are they beckoning the second coming. Is this the widening. Geijer of yates's poetry with things falling apart in the center. Not holding booker. Ervin solo is robust and soulful slinging around the bass and drums within the context of the song. It's exactly what's needed. The effect of these two solos against the pushing and prodding and the background is cumulative. My mind seeks refuge. I've got nothing to compare this to my heart and soul on the other hand stand wide open waiting to be filled. The song begins to crescendo again with cursing leaping on irvine's back to reach higher and higher notes at the four fifty to mark this pushes irvine to let out his final summation when eric dolphin steps up to the mike with his alto saxophone at the five eleven mark mingas implores him. Come on eric. And dolphins begins his homily. How can i describe as playing. And this song with his alto sax. He unleashes torrents of notes. He is a storm of ideas like the force he surrounds you. He penetrates you. He binds you altogether at the five thirty six mark. The other two horns do their thing but dolphins is already beyond them. He needs neither a push nor proud to go where he's going naturally needed either. But the effect was there at five forty seven mark. He takes a notch higher. Spitting notes like a tommy gun from another era but this song has more religious connotations. Maybe it's a rapid him or prayer the other horns dropout in his just. Eric ming is and danny a brief respite to horns. I guess and then this happens at the six sixteen mark of the song spoke and then he's off again. I can't catch my breath. At this point. Anything could happen. Samba apocalypse the rapture. Maybe it could even kissed a girl. I found attractive at the time. Anything that seemed impossible became possible. The cup has runneth over in. This isn't close to being done yet. They're still five minutes to go. The other horse join in again. It's a locomotive of feeling..
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Supporting me diskettes friend in the uk to facebook friends and pakistan the land down under in all throughout the world. I thank you for listening in now on with this episode about eric doll fee. Think of this episode is the first part of a trilogy of episodes related to one another one day. My friend scott came over to my apartment and asked. Hey delile wanna listen to the greatest song of all time. I said yeah. I would like that very much. Scott had a great track record of knocking me out with one song or another funke daleks. Maggot brain bob. Dylan's tangled up in blue and the spacemen. Three's cover the mud honey song when tomorrow hits just to name a few magic ation and jazz have been rolling right along since conversion on the road to damascus. I'd hit on a dozen records are so it was still new. The world still felt wide open. Scott pulled out a charles mingas record on vinyl with mingas on the covers sitting down on a yellow bench..
S.H.E.Talks | Spreading Hope Everywhere Talks
"mingas" Discussed on S.H.E.Talks | Spreading Hope Everywhere Talks
"They wanted to know was the god of the christians was that i know i answer that undoubtably. There's not the same. God of israel god of isaac guy of elijah you our god abraham abraham jehovah jehovah guy for us and He is everything and Of course again this is a call to salvation through jesus and god loves every person on this earth. Don't think that guy does not love you because you flex your so deep and sending. You're like i'm tired of hearing about. Sam guy loves you that much that he is doing a call. He's saying that. Jesus soon to come. We don't know the day we all know the hour on a minute. We don't know the year but we know he's coming we can look at what's happening in the earth on today. How things are increasing. Intensifying and these things have been spoken of long ago in the word of god. This is not something to ignore. This is a time for you and if you were living already in christ and you living for jesus. This is time for you. If you're doing playing around with santana pull yourself out there. You don't wanna be distracted. When when when jesus is giving you some instructions of what to do or where to go to stay out of danger or whatever you know. And when jesus returned you don't wanna be found during the wrong thing. That's right you to be found still trying to honor guy. Of course we are not perfect. We were not living imperfection. We have to remember that we have a god in. I'm speaking of jesus that down across the punishment for our sake and our sins so that we live again when he lives again when he rose on the third day So we went to honor him. We don't wanna live a life that this honors him and we wanna love on people and if someone doesn't believe the way we believe as christians it's okay guys allows you. We love you still want before you take your last breath for you to have an opportunity to know jesus and to receive him as lord mingas one thing about this world and this life is already hard enough on your own but that god would you have gone before you created in the whole world against and when goddess for you whatever is happening. He is perfecting that which concerns you. So that mean he is involved. But if you don't receive jesus in you as good as saying you don't want guys hand in your life so it's like you're rejecting. The orion is not just a gift that you just received rises indesit. You are receiving a love and a place says seated in heavily rams with christ jesus our lord even allow jesus to it'd be recorded. Jesus i go to prepare a place so this place is a place as seen in ears. An imagination cannot even Can even think of how beautiful and how wonderful this place is..
The NBA Show
"mingas" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Let's do some rapid fire questions. Just talk summer league some of our thoughts around the league. So i'll fire summit you kyle. Let's go back and forth on. These was franz wagner the right choice for magic with the eighth. Pick a number of options there. We saw shangkun great for houston david mitchell. Who was talk about in the second went right after him. They got jalen songs with the fifth pick was wagner at number eight. The right choice though. It's hard to know like we said these. Are the early returns. I think the fact that they got suggs makes it better. If they had gotten suggs in another guy that was like a maybe not a not a high ball skill like high iq player. I would be more worried about it. But i like him. I like him next suggs. You think about their other options like the moody murphy zaire group of like the big wings. I think that he looked great. Getting to the rim. I thought i thought wagner was really crafty. Creative around the ram. The thing that i've always liked about him is he has that like balanced strength and touch creativity. Like he's always kind of exhibited those things his motors pretty pretty good but you know he was. He was at thirty four percent three point shooter in college so i don't. It's not like it's in. This sample was pretty small. You're adjusting to some things when you go and play on the line immediately I still think that it was a good pick for them You know we'll wait and see. There was nobody there that i was just like. You have to take this person instead. I like wagner for them Because he gives you a lot of those things that you like like defensive switch ability in size but the feel and the for now i like it. I'm not alarmed. are you know not at all. I mean shot fifteen percent from three small sample size. Let's give give time there. And i'll i'm gonna package this next thought with this next question. We were texting about jonathan kamanga and he said jonathan coming actually playing well and so. That's the next question here. But i want to package it with the magic. Would they have been better off. Maybe going kamenga at five and book night at eight or do they give this right going with slugs at five and wagner at eight because i can alternate universe. Maybe they do this a little bit differently. And they flip the order of the positions that they took these players and also with kamanga hobby. Assistance play so far. I think they did the right thing. I think suggs was the right pick. I mean i've heard i've heard suggs is already like showing leadership has already getting guys together already. Being somebody that can change the culture they like suggs was the right choice. He's a qb one he's he's type of personality and i think that that's what the magic needed. I think that he fits their culture and he gives them the things that they need. And so i think that and him and wagner together. You have to kind of look at it like that. I don't think book night would've been it. Would've answered their questions. And i think that kalinga just it would've just orlando specifically. I mean i honestly golden state weirdly might be in a better position to accommodate mingas short term. Needs like put him. I heard schmitz talking about you. Know putting him in that jalen brown role in terms of like on a good team go out there and just defend hit open shots heat. There were some he he did look like same old jonathan coming to me i think he can kind of get wowed by his like outrageous like power and speed and then you see some like here and there like open shots that he hits and you're just like oh my god you know all star but his challenges are still like are still there. If you start looking at the efficiencies like he was only fifty two percent of the ram he was twenty one point four percent on all jumpers. He was still pretty erratic. But you know you start seeing the twitter clips go round and people were like. They remained committed. It's like now. He just was not clearly in that top. Four like those top four guys cade mobely suggs jalen green. The floor and the certainty for them was just on level from commingle. I think in the volatility like coming a could swing high. The thing about volatility is it could swing high but it also can swing low and i think I was watching him. I haven't really moved at all. He's still very volatile. I'm absolutely fascinated to see what happens with him. And golden state draymond is going to be a good mentor for him totally. I think they're gonna hold him accountable. And i think it's also interesting to see how they used him in some early occasionally saw him as a screener and as a screener in the half courts. I'm play a little bit of five. Not sure we'll see a whole bunch of that in the nba when he has dream on and wise men and loonie But i'm intrigued. I'm intrigued by how they use coming in like. You said i haven't. My opinion hasn't changed on him upside. But it could swing low as well With david mitchell that nba teams overthinking. Going nine a little bit on the older side but he looks pretty pretty great and some freddie gray. He's ready he's ready to go. He was he was set up to be. I was just wondering if he's sort of like kimba bledsoe mishmash. Do you think i'm into that. I'm into that. I mean that's a good player. That's a great great player. My thing would debut on is never was never like a you like him or do you dislike him. I just had nervousness about taking him like in the top ten. Even though i know i mocked him there because i expect somebody to do it. The kings ended up doing it. I think the question for them just is more existing pieces. I mean he. He fits better to me on paper with haliburton than he does with fox. Like i could see you know. There's been a lot of conversations about what's going to happen on that front. I mean he shot forty percent from three. By what i have here. It's sort of a philosophy of drafting man. I think sometimes when you have like a a pig in that like six through ten range of the draft you think to yourself. We got a top ten pick. We you know we got to maximize this opportunity and sometimes the talents. Just not there. From year to year it tends to be like five players. Maybe you know that are really good and high upside They took him there. They need culture like the kings culture. They need talent to. I think haliburton and mitchell together fox too but i just think they're last. Two editions are good. They are odd fits. He's clearly a leader. I think he's going to be a plug and play player. That's going to go for a long time earlier today. There was a story by sam over at the athletic and he had a little note in there about the avion mitchell where he cited sources saying for the kings. They loved his defense against cade cunningham when the baylor oklahoma state game. And that's what convinced the team that mitchell could guard bigger players so when we're talking about that back court with fox and halliburton and mitchell even though mitchell's only six foot according to san. There's there's a belief within that kings an office that he can defend some bigger players. And i mean we'll see how that pans out over the course of his career but he certainly has the ability to handle himself lockdown. Bigger guys you know six seven six eight wing that that's a big question but we have seen players in a whether it's you know the the photo of rondo years ago you know defending lebron james or whether it's you know marcus smart or whether it's you know patrick beverley. Some of these smaller guards can affect alert drew holiday for that matter. They can effectively defend some bigger players at least at a competent level. So for the kings. I i look forward to seeing how this works itself out because with regards it could be super dynamic on offense and mitchell. I do have belief in him on defense. But i wonder if at some point with so many guys that can handle the ball. If it's one of these guys feels like the odd one and then that leads to a move. Well we'll see how that works out over time next question what are your impressions of primo surprise that he went on when eleventh on draft night kind of him one year ahead But spurs are taking a gamble here on him what you like about prima so far twelve by the way nine eleventh. Yeah i mean he sort of he. He's they took him early. Like you said so. I think that there are some questions for him. He was on ball more than he was at alabama by my and look at the exact number two. Maybe that's absolutely wrong but did seem like right. yeah he he was only eighteen. Point two percent at the rim and then twenty seven point six three but like i was saying a lot of those were more self created than he had done before. He's in that like anfernee simon's mold to me of dislike. You're taking a risk on a guy that could have some upside The thing about like like that is that they can also just ended up being like lower later..
The Fantasmagorium Show
"mingas" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"It's not zero or ten. But there are. They're they're smaller comic book Companies here in the states. That are doing excellent graphic novels. But but we're really talking about the mainstream here but yeah I agree wholeheartedly with what checkout to say. Say you scott well i. I agree with chuck. I if there is a if there is a story about a boy painting offense then i think that mark twain should write it and i think it will go down in history as being one of the best novels up I think that there are stories for everyone. And when it breaks down to comic books or graphic storytelling. You can tell any story you want and just make sure that you're doing it properly. It doesn't you can tell a story about the abolition of slavery or the social plight of being a minority being being a oh blasphemy a heterosexual man. You can do all of these things in prose or film or or graphic storytelling like these are not exclusive to the mediums in which you are telling the stories and i think yeah if if it manga is wiping the floors with north american graphic storytelling than i. Don't i don't think it's an issue with a north. I don't think it's an issue with manga. Manga manga mingas dingus. No mingas was mingas. Was a bass player. He was a really good thing. Yeah so no. But i don't think that i think that the issue is with the north american storytelling and i agree with him. I don't need i. One of my favorite graphic novels is well. I have several that. Have nothing to do with the heroes blankets. I love mouse like these. These are stories and no matter how again we were talking about this in terms of the allegory and the coaching within a fantastic storytelling style. I part of the reason why enjoyed the boys is because it's a political satire about people who are in.
Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"mingas" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"I love all star economic cited. jason dominquez. I'm much more excited for that. That i am for whatever the astros are doing to us. against us or to us over the weekend Jason mingas the futures game very exciting. He's barely played professional. Baseball is eighteen That'll be cool. Louise medina's going to i believe From not mistaken. Let me look that up right now. I'll move on with my own podcast and talk about other things in the all star festivities. This is going to be great. Homerun derby by the way no yankees in it. And you don't you don't need to take your turn your attention to that fully Also i saw talking. Jake bring up a great point white. Concentrating earth isn't the homerun derby on saturday in the all star game on sunday. I dunno enjoy the monday derby in the tuesday. All star game Everybody's favorite days to watch baseball. Get in front of your t i. I love the my favorite activities in general growing up. I'm like an all star game. Historian i'm also a freak so you don't have to be an all star game historian but i am and i. I've long loved it. And i don't really know why it's on tuesdays louise medina and the futures game too Got that nasty. Hook some of the best stuff in the minors Trust me on sunday. You're gonna wanna watch that. 'cause you're definitely not gonna wanna watch as astros. You don't absolutely have to. I recommend you not Medine is going to be a sick watch. Dominguez better play in that game. If he doesn't start the managers know what he's doing. The futures game is usually a coming out party for these guys but like in a major way for dominguez. He's got like one. I think he's got one professional hit. It's shame he's walked in like half or more of his plate appearances he's played like four or five games at the lowest level of the minor leagues. A lot of people got their hopes up when the yankees eliminated their short season team in staten island. That's gone and so was pulaski in the league. And are there's nowhere to bury dominguez. Now he's gonna start at low a. Tampa or maybe high hudson valley and there was like an even in eroneous report about that but no these in like the lowest lowest lowest lowest level so this will be not only. He's coming out party on a national stage but like one of his first. Ten professional games will be the future game. Good luck dude. That'll be very fun to watch. So i'll be tuning and then of course to the game. I i wanna see. Aaron judge guy probably could use a statement his homer off max scherzer in the two thousand eighteen game is one of those certified moments you remember on still holding out hope. The gary sanchez makes the team. I think he deserves it Yazmin grondahl is out. Mike zeno is the only backup catcher on the roster. And i guess you need more than one backup catcher and the all star game but if everyone's dropping out any way it'd be nice to bring gary sanchez along. Who is definitely had. The kind of all star bounceback season. That deserves rewarding. At least ceremonially..
Democracy Now! Audio
"mingas" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Sophisticated lady by the charles. Mingas sextet and eric toffee. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman a warning or audience. The following story contains graphic descriptions and images of police violence. We now turn to. Virginia where lieutenant in the army. Medical corps is suing to police officers. Who pepper sprayed and pushed him to the ground. Point their guns at him during a traffic stop at a gas station. Last december lieutenant koran. Who is black. Latinx next man was wearing his army uniform. At the time as ara says. He drove to the gas station to avoid pulling over in a dark road after he noticed a police car flashing. Its lights at him so that he could be somewhere public and well lit whylie interacted with them. Video of the attack. In the town of windsor. Virginia has sparked outrage right here. What's going on going on. I'm serving his country and this is how treated to what's going on what's going on. I'm sorry what now going on and now she's out the door work with doesn't we'll talk to you get out to you. Receive an order obey it. I'm i'm honestly afraid to get out. Get out woods going on. Go out. I have not committed any crimes whether you're right now your rest for. I think maybe you think violation. I do not have to get out the vehicle. You haven't even told me why being really get your heart. Get your hands off and doesn't get your off me and you know what your hands off me became. I didn't do anything. don't do that. Data gonna now don't do. I'm trying to tell you i'm trying. I'm organizers lex. He's relaxed on on on actively serving. This country is how you gonna treatment. I didn't do. Whoa what's going hold on watch. It was.
Breaking Beauty Podcast
Patrick Starrr Answers Your Most Googled Makeup Questions!
"We're going to talk to you about the most burning googled makeup questions of late. Because you you are a total makeup guru yourself. You pretty much came up on the internet so we trust you more than we trust google. So here we go. Are you ready. yes. I'm ready okay. Pay right so the first one is this. And it's very timely. Patrick so we wanna know and the internet wants to know how to wear makeup with a mask presumably so you don't ruin your makeup. So funny i saw this on tiktok us take a stronghold setting spray spray the inside your mask and your face and i believe that preparing your face and prepping it and priming it is imported and it's so funny that either launched by my primary it's coming. It's about to launch secure. The makeup magnet primer. 'cause i was developing that prequel but having a good primer strategy and setting sprays strategy so primate setting that and then going about your that's powder or liquid cream will bulletproof your makeup especially for when it comes to wearing masks. Next question is how to apply makeup. In what order. So what featured you do first and second and third and why. Well i had two different faces one. That's more like a daytime. When that's more glam but make lamb went. I'll start with my eyes. I just because i get so much follow. And then kind of let's my primer settlements. I'll do primer. I allow that to do. Its magic and settle in. And then i'll go about my eyes or i'll put my eye patches on mice to dry patches super hydrating also prime i believe in the skin so as everything is muslims and it's all just you my eyes and then i'll do my lashes and then i'll go ahead and do whatever foundation i like whether it's full coverage medium or light coverage in the conceal her and that is to go in and and baked that all with ultimate setting powder i one size and that literally secures my makeup until twenty twenty two pretty much know. I'll do that. And then i'll brides and called swear blush and i'll finish it off with the lips depending on the day. So that's like my my prefer to order. Do you think that's the most efficient way of doing it. Like just the time-saving lies to get more granular in the steps. Actually do my liner and my lashes and my brows first and then everything would just fog a place. Because that's the most like tedious time consuming part of glamorous. I'm like rushing to do an instagram live or jump into a meeting. I'll just lie lashes browse and just just on some powder foundation or a little bit of conceal her. And it kinda evens skin tone in a little bit of Bomb and i'm good to go and i feel like another perennial. Google trending search is how to apply false lashes and a lot of people. Do this like five minutes before. They're about to leave to go somewhere. So what are your tips and tricks. So you don't feel rushed and you actually nail it. The first time there is a little bit of extra steps that like to do so when it comes still whenever. I'm ready to quit on my lashes island to actually curl my eyelashes with a curler. Before i put it on. So i'll take it along the bed Let's already up. Ed not like sitting on my real eyelashes douse. It's kind of ready. Like pushed up a factor. And that. I'll go ahead and apply a little bit of not underneath but kind of on the top of the lash and then what i'll do is up at all. Set it down. And then i'll do one step as the glue is getting tacky so for me whenever i complete my eyes in my liner ahead put on the lash glue and then i'll quickly broads so by the time. I'm done bronze my face. It already in like thirty seconds to a minute. And then by the time the lashes lashes almost pretty much tacky slash dry and a puppet on a magnet like velcro. Just pop sign. And i'll look down into a mirror a kind of like a table like our particular to my face underneath by chen. And i'll take tweezers than than i'll go ahead and put it on the middle. I pop it in the middle and pop in the outer corner inner corner and a having that relaxed lid really helps without straining to i And a blinking. That we are. You have a focus point looking down into a mirror. What are your favorite lashes while we have you. I have my dramatic dragged eyelashes by one size. I wanted to do this for that. The lgbtq community. 'cause i remember a shopping. You know in different stores. That i was like. There's nothing for the drag queen. So i went for my community. There called come through. Which is what. I'm wearing now. Which is like a worse soft dramatic. I and then i've arrived. Which are might tarantula. Gigantic on fo- lashes. No brand is vegan cruelty free but other lashes that left shout our house of lashes. Patrick todd make recently and he used his collaborations with house of lashes. I love a good are dealt with super just on the go and just any brands like influence brands. that have lashed fans like levy lashes. So lashes batty be lashes and these are all my friends that i love to or and they also have synthetic and also three d. mingas while love love that i love all those i can't wait i can't wait to have somewhere to wear false lashes
Flamingos Can Be Picky About Company
"Spend some time watching. Swimming goes and you might think that goes on tiny heads but these elegant avian actually lead complex social lives. Each bird has certain other individuals it prefers to spend time with and others that avoids in other words bingos have friends the wildfowl and Wetlands Trust the WW T. manages a number of wetlands in the UK some of which have communities of captive aquatic birds including bingos. They didn't quite know whether they could just take it for Bingo. I to the environment is ticket new flock and it would be fine will. Should they care more about the social choices at the birds? Were making Paul rose a psychologist at the University of Exeter's Center for Research. In animal behaviour for five years rose in his team observed the daily goings on of five. The world's six different flamingo species housed at the WW T. slimbridge wetlands center in Gloucestershire. The five species were the Chilean and Andean American James and Lesser Flamingos the partnerships that we say between bad saw Don Braden. The badge are choosing Haizhu associate with male female pairs spend time together so do same sex pairs and even groups of three or four and those relationships can last for many years. The findings are in the Journal behavioral processes so there was some flamingos in the group. That really didn't care who the caught was for that day they would flittering and they would have many different relationships in many different birds. And of course there were other flamingos. That were less social butterfly and more lone wolf but even they had a few close friends. Those beds that at least Gary s had more investment in a small number of sexual bonds. Living that they knew really well. Rose thinks that for Mingas may have evolved their social lives due to their wetland habitats in which the resources they need are concentrated in a small area. The Sexual Organization is layered on top of this need to be in one environment. So you have to be gregarious. If Flamingos know that partners if they know that the six birds off friendly and they get on with them they can then waste less energy scrapping and squabbling with other birds or they didn't get on with by spending time with their friends. Flamingos can more efficiently director limited time and energy to active these. Like foraging and mating if I want to get one standard one in pre my feathers. Garin stand on my leg and prayed my feathers next to Fiona because I get on with her all the next of frank because I haven. We'll just scrap if all this sounds familiar while we all know. Feel now as well as a friend.