19 Burst results for "Monari"

"monari" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

01:33 min | Last month

"monari" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Cup is six into. How do you howdy possibly explained that to because like i rather unfairly people because the fact you never wanna major on the tour that somehow being labeled as not being able to play under pressure pressure doesn't get any bigger than the ryder cup and may no one ever has been better than you. So how do you. How do you delineate the to usually. It's you know you see somebody with tiger woods. It's been the complete opposite effect in a way. I you know i. It goes back to back to this crazy golf and anybody illicitness here would understand how crazy the game is. yes yes. I can play under pressure. Everybody gets to gets to a certain position in the game can. It's just a matter of if your opponents not having such such a good time or or someone does something fantastic. I mean i was going to get beaten in their. Id cup if someone came out and shot nine under. I mean best elect to them It just so happened that they didn't go off to a flyer and and you've had it. Francesca monari won the first two holes against tiger. When i was camped in in in two thousand ten we thought okay. That's good and then tiger birdies nine out the next eleven seven and six. You think what the hell a half of their you know it. Just just you get fortunate. You get unfortunate. Whatever and and a happen to play some good golf. Within that time. I hold some good parts. I putted well. i wasn't. I wasn't afraid because the ryder cup. I had other people on my back. You know fortunate in the time that we played the right account we had..

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"monari" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

The Cinematography Podcast

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"monari" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

"You have neuro board sierra reflective boards. You got all kinds of kinds of shiny stuff that reflects the sunlight and say we've got tons of them and i said it's a blue sky out that his son is out to. It's going to be out for another six or seven hours. All the mirror boards all reflective words anything that reflects light and so they put them outside the windows. Aim them in. We did our scenes and and they look fantastic where. I needed a little phil. Just take one of the mira boards and bounce them of a white board or something a little phil and it was contrast the and even to producers called me the next day when the days man how did you do. That looked incredible. You know all at hard light or so dramatic. If i had used a big hmo is it would have looked like i say boring but like anybody else would light it and next. We have lachlan millie. And he's talks about shooting the critically acclaimed and amazing and actual oscar winning film minority. Check it out. Probably my most recent version of things that never go wrong film history. Going wrong was last year and it was on film that's very scheduling to me. Film called monari and isaac. Forgive me for saying this but we were doing some of the traveling stuff in the the families picture vehicle throughout tulsa. And so we were. We'll shooting two thousand nineteen tulsa four nine hundred ninety three tulsa with zero production.

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"monari" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"monari" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Global Arts & Affairs Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"I and that's the sad to say that's my experience. Unfortunately throughout the country. Not just where. I live at as much as i praised the cops. You have more and more cops right now. They're running off the force and that trying to stay either and the lesson. They're the so afraid to do anything. Which means that. You're not going to get the kind of protection you want. The guys worrying about if someone's gonna shoot him or if someone's going to them if someone's gonna fire him if somebody's gonna put him in jail hell you become a cop if you have to worry about all those things especially when the statistics show us clearly for five decades now. That's a percentage of cops have done dumb things extremely small as always has been in fact most the mirth of the murders and the united states would guns. And i am earning community are pretty much done by monari person which means in hispanic community most of the murders of the then by hispanics in the black community. Most of them with guns overdone done by by the fellow black citizens. Unfortunately we don't hear that kind of stuff. We say that kind of stuff. You're a bad person. Unfortunately it's true. It's true every day. it's true week year checkout chicago every damn day. No-one no-one one's site. We have a ten thousand our organizations out there that they claim they care about people. Nobody else going out there. Why out there protesting that. Stop those gangs. You know what can be done to the cities into places around the world of people actually just went where they should be going to stop the real things that are going on the real crime. That's the real crime. Might there but as easy to somebody else because it's going to get more more attention from the media a media another example of things. We cannot count on more times than that. We don't get any any kind of honesty integrity from anymore. It's only saying now you know we really should have looked at that china angle. Before but in many instances we just felt at trump was racist and we just didn't believe him so we didn't want investigated. Well guess what that has nothing to do. What your journalism. Because you could still have felt that the guy was dead and you could still investigated that story to steve a had any legs to it. They didn't do that all came from him and must be bad. That's not journalism that's actually politics and you're supposed to be above that so you can't even these folks any longer. Now get somebody else in the office. Yeah when you look at. I think it could be right. You know why all these people saying this two reasons. There's more more evidence surfacing now that is the case that that's the first reason and secondly is now folks feel more comfortable of talking about it because if the new president believes this and there's no way he could be racist that's not possible. The man who literally says the anti black and anti semitic things on a regular basis go to go to youtube is about fifty of them there. From the nineteen seventies onward. No let's not do that. These are the facts. Were talking about him folks. This is what we should do as writers talk about these things. Learn about these things. Live these things because we can't be right as without that which is going to be another voice out there that is trying to get along understanding. Okay you're trying it along. Please stop writing. Go into the post office to get along with somebody else there. Maker seventeen dollars an hour k. Hope norwalk in with a gun..

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"monari" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

Kisah Alumni

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"monari" Discussed on Kisah Alumni

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"monari" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

04:46 min | 6 months ago

"monari" Discussed on Cineflek

"Don't i like. I feel happy about it but i just wanted more minority love. More minority would have been nice for sure. Monari love more sound of metal loves. I think it's just it just points back to you like the spirit awards. Although words for me. 'cause i just prefer smaller films. Sure that's it. More than anything fisher. I mean oscars are always like the big things How it so for me. I would again. It's we again. I mentioned this. It's weird to me. That was so bored by ceremony. What i i actually really liked the winners. Yeah so i like almost rate the ceremony like a four hundred ten. Where like i think this is one of the years with austria's got it like the most right. Oddly i think like where i think you look back five years from now and be like. That was pretty. That was pretty accurate. There's gonna be some weird ones but it's not like you're not like what the fuck was judy. Like why is that here. There's no there's no. There's judy there's no There's no like loud incredibly close saran one at fault. you know. there's no there's no one really like. Why did we decide to put this in the award season besides roar at but that didn't get any major ones but you know that's that's kind of my thinking no i agree and i definitely honestly think that's why it was so boring like we just we kind of knew what was for the most part we kind of had it. Figured what was gonna win in. There wasn't a lot of surprises. And like i would say. There's a lot of surprises. You feel like there were okay. For best. best actor was a surprise. Best actress was a surprise. Best picture obviously was not the line. Categories were best cinematography best best score best actor and best actress or too big surprises. So i feel like. I just like this to be over midden okay. So here's a fun game okay. The oscar the oscar ratings last year were twenty three point six million people. Okay what do you think. The oscar ratings are going to be this year..

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"monari" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:41 min | 6 months ago

"monari" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"But i think you know when you're producing a show like that. The the the reward was worth the risk. Because if that moment had played out i think it would have been very satisfying emotional conclusion. But it didn't work out that way. And i think there's no way to control that unless you're not going to have the unknown nature of who's winning and i think that's a very or has been at least a very important part of these award shows that you have to preserve so if you're going to preserve that we don't the producers don't know who won before it's announced on stage then you can't criticize moments like that for not playing out the way they hoped or the way you would have liked. That's just part of something you have to watch. So i thought a lot of people you know people have said it's joyless that it was private that it was intimate. It wasn't something they were looking for. And i would say if they were looking for that. I think it's misplaced to look for that. In the oscar telecast going forward. I think that there were plenty of amazing moments People will be talking about you know. I actually liked all of the speeches so much more than i have liked in years past. I just thought. I got more out of them and people were funnier. Harrison ford was great The woman who won for monari was amazing. That was that was probably the best speech tonight..

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Many Firsts Are Among The Oscar Nominations This Year

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:29 min | 7 months ago

Many Firsts Are Among The Oscar Nominations This Year

"But let's continue the oscars theme. The nominations are out and for more. I'm joined by the film critic character sandwich. Good morning karen good morning. It's have you with us. I'm just for those of us who might not have studied the runners and writers in great detail. Just tell us who the big nominations this year. Well this so there are six films tied to the second most nominations outside of manque which had ten am s. Nomad land the father. Judas monari a sound of metal and chicago seven trailer chicago seven and they're all different studios so it's a very very widespread range this year. Tell us a little bit about what the general verdict for the on. The on the nominations are well. It's it's a diverse selection and people are pointing out. There's a lot of i. For example the first time. Two women have been nominated as director that some the emerald fennell. And zoe louise l. nomad land as the first time in asian americans been nominated for best actor and the first time a pakistani and also extent origin and Muslim has been also nominated for best actor. That's is ahmed sound of metal. There's so many. I is almost almost almost have time for all of them. But the fact is that the the the membership of the oscars vote the voters of the academy have expanded less couple years to include a more diverse younger crowd. And i think that this is also reflecting the market of people wanting to see different

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Steven Yeun first Asian American nominated for best actor

The Takeaway

01:12 min | 7 months ago

Steven Yeun first Asian American nominated for best actor

"This morning. The oscar nominations were announced and some of them were particularly notable late. Great chadwick boseman was nominated for best actor for his final performance and bahrainis black bottom nomad land director khloe. Zhao became the first asian woman and first woman of color period. If that ever to be nominated for best director and promising young women's emerald fennel was also nominated for best director making this the first time that two women will ever compete in the same year in that category. Also the movie monari directed by lee isaac chung received a bevy of nominations including best picture best screenplay and best director. It's a long list. The film follows a korean family. Who moved from california to arkansas where the father played by stephen struggles to fulfil his dream of starting a farm. Yon and you junk. Who plays his character's mother-in-law both nominated for their performances as well they're nomination stand in contrast to a long history of asian and asian american actors getting awards. Us even when the films they star in recognition in more technical categories

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"monari" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

02:26 min | 10 months ago

"monari" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"monari" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"monari" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Two adult siblings who returned to their family farm to care for their dying father and our warned away by their mother because there's The darkened the wicked is happening there and it's a very simple horror story but it really builds dread in an incredibly effective way Just as he did in the strangers. And i think this was a year one. Horror got a lot of attention given the uncertainty in the world. There's a certain comfort in watching a scary movie that you can then be done with. But i love horror so i'm happy to see. Get the attention. So the darkened. The wicked is my honorable mention the. I'll go on record as saying that darken. The wicked is like the scariest movie i've seen in years. It is so fucking scary jason. Did you know you guys are gonna be frightened just from talking about it you know. As you know from past discussions. I usually gravitate towards like more of these psychological thrillers or suspense movie than just straight horror. And you guys are saying. This is like the scariest thing that's been around so i don't necessarily see myself watching this one anytime soon. That's fair yes absolutely. I'll go from my honorable. Mention with monari from lee isaac chung which is just this beautiful movie about american life and the american dream through this korean american family and their experiences. It's not in my top ten or even twenty like probably somewhere just below there. But i really wanted to single it out though because of the score from a mill. Massery which is i would say far and away my favorite score of the year. It's just absolutely beautiful. It really sets the scene for this movie while being unique but also kind of classic in a way and it's kind of haunting and beautiful and it's just it's everything you want and a great score and He had done the last. Black man in san francisco is also one of my favorite scores of this past decade as well as homecoming series..

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"monari" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

04:11 min | 10 months ago

"monari" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Adult siblings who returned to their family farm to care for their dying father and our warned away by their mother because there's The darkened the wicked happening there. And it's a very simple horror story but it really builds dread in an incredibly effective way Just as he did in the strangers. And i think this was a year one. Horror got a lot of attention given the uncertainty in the world. There's a certain comfort in watching a scary movie that you can then Be done with. But i love horror so i'm happy to see. Get the attention. So the darkened. The wicked is my honorable mention the. I'll go on record as saying that darken. The wicked is like the scariest movie i've seen in years. It is so fucking scary jason. Did you know you guys are gonna be frightened just from talking about it you know. As you know from past discussions. I usually gravitate towards like more of these psychological thrillers or suspense movie than just straight horror. And you guys are saying. This is like the scariest thing that's been around so i don't necessarily see myself watching this one anytime soon. That's fair yes absolutely. I'll go from my honorable. Mention with monari from lee isaac chung which is just this beautiful movie about american life and the american dream through this korean american family and their experiences. It's not in my top ten or even twenty like probably somewhere just below there. But i really wanted to single it out though because of the score from a mill. Massery which is i would say far and away my favorite score of the year. It's just absolutely beautiful. It really sets the scene for this movie while being unique but also kind of classic in a way and it's kind of haunting and beautiful and it's just it's everything you want and a great score and He had done the last. Black man in san francisco is also one of my favorite scores of this past decade as well as homecoming series..

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"monari" Discussed on The KoolPals

The KoolPals

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"monari" Discussed on The KoolPals

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"monari" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"monari" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Arms Trade Treaty the standard in the arms trade treaty is that you should not be transferring the weapons or selling the weapons if there is a risk of them being used for human rights abuses but didn't president trump Be Stopping at ports in France and Spain and Italy. One of the activists that I spoke to was a man named Emmerick Ellen when I learned we have the risk to see <hes> so jen vessel loaded with in the French pro. I made an alleged <hes> twitter message erection was immediate protesters showed up at the dock at the Hav they kept these truck mounted artillery from being loaded then the cargo ship was scheduled to Italy next and the activists got together there with longshoremen dockworkers they went to the port at Genoa for the first time that dockworkers decides to organize <music> we the NGOs and they say no that we will not work for the war in Yemen your that's Tina Monari and she made a big point about how long shore man NGOs and peace activists working together at the port there that was kind of a new thing <hes> so that other activists we heard from I mean seriously organized and somehow watching the seas knowing all this information. How on Earth do these activists find out which ship is going where and what it's supposed to be picking up? This is like the Internet Age ages wonderful because you can track it on your laptop. <hes> maritime trackers the same software that shows you where oil tankers are in the Strait of Hormuz will also tell you where these vessels are. Activists have the same tools here in the United States. Could these protests happen here. Are they even starting probably not anytime soon. I spoke with Medea Benjamin Regimen. She is a an antiwar activist co founder of the Group Code Pink. She's written a book about the U._S.. Saudi connection and we see her leading protests that weapons makers like Raytheon but but she says her organization has not gone to U._S.. Ports like Wilmington North Carolina where U._S. weapons are loaded onto Saudi cargo ships. We feel that well we should be organizing around the barry ships. It's also another example of a symbolic protest because they're going to get the weapons on those ships in another way way where Code Pink is focusing is instead on the congressional effort on the politics of it the world's even cider. Thanks very much for the reporting on this next my pleasure you can find out more about the cargo ships and the routes they take at the World Dot O._R._G.. You're.

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"monari" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"monari" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Fifteen on the par-four doubled again on the par three seventeenth. And then he birdie one birdie to eagled four he got real hot on the front nine then bogey-five, bogeyed seven and bogeyed the par-three eighth. So seventy two nine shots behind kept kept as the story here this guy's playing incredible. He's very long. He's the defending PGA to appear championship winner from a year ago. And the guys won three of the last seven majors he's finished first or second in three of the last four. This guy plays his best golf in the major. So you would think that this course because it is a deep bombers delight right? If you're one of the real hitters on the tour if you're a bomber a Tony pheno or Dustin. Johnson kept maybe even Rory. I think those are the guys Tigers playing with KEPCO and Francesco Monari yesterday today and tomorrow. So we'll see. And then the other big subplot is Jordan speed is ice cold. I mean these one is three majors, but he hasn't won since the twenty seventeen British he's now gone, he's had no top twenties, all year. So I don't know what's happened with specie but he's he's rolled it back. And then the other subplot to this thing is John Daly's out there with a cart, and we'll see in this the other thing that's going to come up this weekend as the New York galleries, they love tiger. They love Phil Mickelson and they cannot stand Sergio Garcia, and his, his waggling, his constant waggling. And I would imagine they'll let them know it in the next Thursday, Friday real quick, on the cart because I remember the Casey Martin situation, he was born with a with a degenerative problem helped me out a little bit. Did John Daly? Why is John Daly, car is he using a car, just because he didn't take care of himself? And in fact, Nick Faldo yesterday as Tim, he goes, well, I think walking is part of. Of the game. And I'll just leave it at that. John Daly, and a cart, I just think he's had serious serious medical problems. Okay. Because you could argue you know, everybody brings on something I mean, not always, but in, you know, diet and everything, I don't know exactly the particulars of why. With that, that deal. In fact, when they had the US open Martin was all over the place doing interviews. And, you know, he never really made a splash, but he was the first guy to in recent memory to ride in a car. It's a challenge and all those at the time, there's a guy with a degenerative deal whereas his leg would fill with blood, and he had, you know, couldn't wall barely walk fairly walk. And there was an incredible story that the PGA tour should have embraced, put their arms around him been inclusive. They should've looked at it as an incredible opportunity. Instead these idiots decided to fight this guy tooth and nail on it. And it was a terrible PR disaster. I hate to keep picking on Tom Watson. He was right in that group. Of course, Tom Watson's, the same guy that said, Bill Murray should not be allowed at, at the now AT and T tournament at Pebble Beach because he was, you know, taking away from the golfers. But that's, that's my only question on daily. If if you're born with. Something that's one thing. But just if you didn't take care of yourself, that daily has a lifetime exemption and he said that he was suffering from osteoarthritis in his right knee tiger. Woods, criticized him because basically said I played on one knee. I had a broken leg. Yeah. But. Daily said that he, he did not respond angrily. He said Tiger Woods is the best player I've ever played with. And I'm sure it hurt for him. It hurts for me. I'm going to get fixed. Yeah. Well, and that's marts. He said the right thing, and then he plopped into a cart. It's funny, you what's the problem because at the end of the day, most pro golfers will tell you that they learn their most about the course knowledge and that kind of thing from literally walking, the course now this, this course is a bear to walk. So even if you didn't have a bag, you heard Mark cannizzaro telling Murph that just walking Bethpage Black is, is an accomplishment. It's that hilly. Of course, dailies actually calling it the fact that he's in a cart a disadvantage. And I think there are other golfers that with view it as a disadvantage, 'cause you're not getting the same feel for the course. Others would say, hey, you're not expending energy that you can then focus on your golf game. And it's an advantage. You know, I Don I couldn't say definitively advantage or disadvantage. I probably in a super hot, you know, PGA tour PJ championship in some sticky place in August. It's probably more of an advantage than it would be in may. But this course is also challenging to walk. Yeah. And again. This is one of those nobody cares. But I'll say it anyway. You know, what would kind of turn me off about golfing, an early age something about Kerry my bags? You know, I, I don't know why that by guys the concept of caddy. Yes. Just all. I said, nobody cares except me, but I just remember there was something about a funny because when you were hang the guy down the street extra cash for your Bentleys cloth wash. Did you have as much of a problem with the guy who was applying the cloth to your Bentley? No, but I would not consider that any fun spelled hypocrite with wires it. Well, what does that you're saying wash my own car? I'm just saying you, you have this terrible feeling about guys who voluntarily caddy and get paid handsomely to do it. But you don't see. I'm not saying. Titi cloth. Washed, your expensive car. I'm not talking about professional golf. You do what you want your pros, but something about guys go out to the course and say, I it just bothered me here. Kerry, my bags while I walk, and I it just bothered me. You know, not not enough to do anything. I didn't pick it Martha Burk. And I were not out there. I, I would find Tim the guys who are carrying the bags. They're not they're not carrying the bags against their will or anything. No. But I take it away from their families and forced to carry bags with no no pay. I'm just most of the caddy jobs are coveted highly coveted. And the deal is you're talking about having a decent car. That's not fun. It's highly coveted. You pollute test TVs in my ear unless you play with Matt Kuchar who stiffed his Catt. Exactly. Go ahead. You're all excited. I know you don't want to be on, but somehow get through four counties, Gary. I'm your caddy as you're producing. Get me this kid caddy. That's the point I never do in Tim. Well, never Tim going to go along with the gag. You're standing and Gary's line. I know what it is. And go ahead. You're gonna you're going to have a negative thing. You're going to bring up the car, don't talk about. Don't talk in your backswing. No, there's just something about. Hi. I'm the vice president of Chevron, and you will carry my bag and at the end of the round a give you a little tip on. She if your kid if you're lucky Aghia my spikes, and you can clean them form with, that's it. Thank you. Thank you, for the okay. And then when you're done cleaning them, you'll thank me. Okay. So when a guy, thank you, sir from any McLean, your spikes, both you guys as Larry froma tip. All right. When you see a guy just flip this club here, pick this up put in the bag and follow me that doesn't bother. You. Little bit a little bit. You know what I mean? Tim doesn't bother you. I mean, I'd probably be the guy Caron the damn club with you're young guy just to join yourself. And you're not I'm just saying that there's just something about here and be sure and your selective in your elitist nece. Hey, let's just circle back daily for a second daily hasn't. He made one cut at the PGA championship since two thousand seven and the last time that they played at Bethpage he finished tied for seventy well, he's not he's not going to be there on Saturday. Yeah. So he's going to be two in done car two and a as they used to say in the college World Series to an acu- you get you get beat to, and you get the barbecue. And you get the hell out of there. Yup. That's a good one on bresca. They said that at the college World Series were there for two and a okay. These guys to get on an epi were there ever, be a time where you just come in and you just with a gun and one of us. No. Because I think you look at us and you go I could do this and I could do it funnier. Just couldn't just ask us to leave. Don't shoot job if moral I've three boys, right if tomorrow by my boys, any of them got a job caddying at any major club in the in the bay area. San Francisco Olympic whatever Moore said I'd be like what to go. What a great job, it's better than you know. Okay, other jobs that you've had the dad, I could see it doesn't play golf but for you. I mean if you're if you were playing you're spending time together, I don't even care if accounting for me. They could be casting for some rich Catholic on your block. Okay. What are your inner circle? None of I have never I heard of one of your posse. Pasi. I'd bet I get asked if people hear you on the radio and you're joking. I get maybe ten times a year. Somebody. Let's go play around. Six five is Gary is a problem paying someone to carry golf clubs, but no problem paying someone to take down Christmas lights. Well, how is that? They have a company. There's a Christian celebrate with my family take him down. And I'm also paying him up. Okay. Take him down. What? All right. All right. I them down Perry that to for six hours of at an hour. Ronald Reagan this these lights must come down, Mr. garbage. Your compel FPU shoot Larry that I work with you. Go ahead. Great stuff. That's my point is that is not here. Pick this up follow behind me on you hypocrite left, and right. Go ahead. The vice president of Chevron thanking you will carry my bag the end of the round of give you a little tip. Okay. Go ahead. How is that? How my let's take nine millimeter. Hang my Christmas lights for me as a problem with caddying come on g no, no, no. I if you I'm not having a problem with his candies. He says, Gary I just threw in g well I was elected that I had to make the two nine a little bit more street. Good. We'll look forward to your ten other tweets to nine today. I'm just saying it's different when you hire a service than if I stood out in front for six hours in front of my house and said, string it over here. String them their no strings when I'm gone, I don't have to, we don't communicate. And that's it do it when I'm not there when I show up at better be done. Okay. Now. That's. I'm so when I get my. Car back to my house. This crap, better be done. You be gone. Unbelievable. Tim. Can we have eaten the same restaurants together? Have you ever seen any arrogance that would back up to nine if you're lucky a give you my spikes, and you can clean them? We'll take a break, I want to promote what the giants did. Yesterday. Go giants goes by those, we can't eat at Los Altos country club in high school free golf. It was good tips. It was a.

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"monari" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"monari" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But given how one this past weekend? I think he might have a chance because what's the first major is all being made during one res came from behind. Here's so mentally strong. You could see it. He strikes virtually ever shot. He played with patients strategically. He was awesome. Especially after in Monari hitting the water. Yes. You know, the guy is still is mentally strong as anybody on tour and the next two majors coming up or Bethpage Black in Pebble Beach where he is dominated. That's a great point. You know? So you you if he's if he's healthy and is playing with confidence. And now he's got the momentum and the evidence that he can do it. He's picked up another one that's a role that's going to be awfully tough for the rest of the field to stop in the future. Yeah. And I mean that that leaderboard he overtook was incredible really was. You know? So love your show, man. Thank you. I appreciate your listen to thanks for the call. Thank you have a good night. We've put two hours in the books. We are rolling. The inside pitch coming up at nine ten tonight. We'll set up reds and dodgers. But what do you say we set up a little Bengals and NFL draft conversation. I will ask Paul diner junior during the course of this show perhaps to do his own live mock draft on the air off the top of his head and live tweeted and Facebook alive it as we continue on the home of the reds, NewsRadio seven hundred.

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"monari" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"monari" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's not up for CBS. There's no question. But the main thing they want they want to get in as much as they can. And then if there is a delay, then they can pick up pick it up again. And maybe get the thing in tomorrow before the day ends Scotty biggest surprise for you on the leaderboard right now as you said earlier, there's no pretenders. There are no for tenders on this leaderboard except for Harding kid from South Africa who was in Austin a couple of weeks ago and did not make the final pot. He's the only somewhat pretender in the group. I can't say there's any surprises on the leaderboard. I think the surprises the scores that some of them are shooting like the web Simpson score in the Tony fee now score to sixty four at here. I don't care what the conditions. Are. You have to do a lot of things, right? A lot of things. Right. All right. This is sports Saturday the fifteenth club live from Augusta Georgia we're going to take a break. But after this break, we're going to visit with the two-time masters champion, Ben Crenshaw, again, an Italian is still leading Cesco Monari, and guess what an Italian has never ever ever won the masters. We should've known we had dinner Sunday night at Louis. Teas are favored at day in restaurant. And guess who is sitting at the table next to us while that's Amore. He was playing on the boat was teen. Martin's daughter. Martin. So that was the sign we should have loaded up. Then climates is also going to be with us just a little bit gave away. Ho one of the assisted pros at line medicinal will be talking about Augusta's. Well, but when we return visit with Ben Crenshaw alive on sports Saturday, the.

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"monari" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"monari" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Sportscenter. I'm Kevin winter picky. News sports that are kind of saw this one coming the loftland. Julius Lakers have officially shut down the brawn James for the remainder of the season ended team released they say after consulting with doctors and medical staff. They've decided the whole the brawn out of games for the remainder of the year. They're using his rolling injury that he suffered back on Christmas day as the reason that he shut down in dusted ends one of the useless seasons in MBA yesterday. Ident- LeBron James officially set down for the remainder of the year. Now, the fun stuff that's going on ninety minutes away from the first elite eight game getting underway. We are still in the quarterfinals of the WGC Deltec -nology smack play championships better going on in San Antonio. Tiger Woods beat ROY McElroy chew and one today. He leaves Lucas bureau guard one through twelve meanwhile, MAC cure is chew up on Sergio Garcia through ten earlier Francesco Mola. Monari absolutely dump truck. Kevin non six and five. I've ever use dump truck and golf before. But he did. Meanwhile stays in now trails Kevin Kisner one through sixteen. The four winners will go to the semifinals tomorrow morning. And then they will the to win who move on. We'll play for the championship tomorrow. The elite eight gets underway ninety minutes from now Gonzaga will take on Texas Tech Purdue. We'll take on Virginia major league baseball. That's after all my goodness. The Baltimore Orioles wanna game. They beat the Yankees three Steph curry Kevin Durant of a Golden.

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"monari" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"monari" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Loud war. And then it sounded like the classic train salad. They say really loud next thing. We know. The wind starts ripping the house apart as a man in Smith station, Alabama, Greg Monari who says a tornado was right over his head the tornado that struck now an e f four in strength. He also said is family survived with a roof went down start seeing daylight Custos, no roof, and then the ceiling fell ceiling fell our his and the pots protected us. Those parts were kitchen pods believe it or not Pete combs. I'm sure you've heard a lot of stories that you've been there. The last twenty four hours and Smith station, Alabama. He joins us this morning. And what have we found? What's the number of dead now? Running. We're still at twenty three. But we still believe there may be more people in the rubble that haven't yet been found in some cases entire families have been wiped out. And the coroner says that they're trying to get people together now to inform them that their loved ones have been lost. The effort is really marked. By the fact, that we really kind of a number lists of missing people. So they're trying to correlate that right now, get them all into one master list, and then trying to get people who are from Beauregard who might be listed as missing they want. Everybody to check in with the Red Cross and Mark themselves say they do that. Then those two less than people still missing. They hope. Do we know how many people injured? But that's a real hard number. Honestly because there were so many people who are taking so quickly to medical facilities all over the region. So when Columbus Georgia. Lack much Auburn and some even went as far away as you follow up in Alabama. So we don't know exactly how many, but we know that just in one facility over lack of forty patients, and there are likely more as on on those did I hear you say the word thousands injured. Doesn't dozens. Okay. I was like, wow. What are we talking about? Okay. With that in mind. Tell me a little bit about what the responders her doing this morning. Have they been out all night or can they only work during the daytime? Now, there are only working during the day. Have you know, one of the biggest problems that we.

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"monari" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"monari" Discussed on KGO 810

"So the Golden Globes noted for the fact that they they're sitting at a ballroom, and they have alcohol, and they drink a lot can't drink during the right? He kill you can. But you have to have one of those little flasks. Gloves. Yeah. It's interesting to see a lot of what happened and what played out. Christian bale had a couple of things. I think we're not gonna I think we're playing we're not playing the Mitch McConnell Monari and the other one right? We have we have both good. Okay. So the evening was pretty much. Void of controversy about Trump. It was a couple of mentions of him in in one of the well, there was the one that didn't get it on the foreign film. One was the guy was from Mexico, and he didn't say anything, and I thought he was going to there was a couple of references to women and the movement, and but nobody specifically said Trump, although it's funny at one point I'm gonna have to tell you what you're about to hear about Mitch McConnell because it kind of. If you don't know the story Christian bale starred in this movie vice and he plays. Dick Cheney the transformation is unbelievable. He put on all this way to use thin last night. He looked like Matthew mcconaughey thin by did you notice that who Christian bale? Now, he looked the same to me was really saying. Did you haven't seen vice yet have you? Oh, okay. So it was really sad. Put weight on. But anyway, so he was talking about having the play enigmatic or charismatic a holes in, but he says the word and they bleep it out. And they said if I played this one, and then he says next listen.

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