18 Burst results for "Monon"
"monon" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"I could see him by doing this. You know, I Tom I have an incredible ability to predict what's inside a wrapped present. I guess you could call it a gift. That's good. Yeah. You see, I like that. Yeah. What is it that you like about it, particularly? Is it just, I don't know, it's something to do with the fact that it's predictable, but you can't quite get there before the teller. Yeah. Do you know what I mean? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Predictability. This is why a lot of children's humor is just repetitive like prat falling. Because the predictability is the thing and I think this taps into it's why we like. Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, this falling over comedy. Yeah, and that's a sort of literary equivalent of. I'm a little bit upset. You didn't mention my delivery. I was telling. I think that's key. And you'll notice, look, I'm just going to talk myself up a little bit here. You see, there was a change in the volume of the voice. That sort of aim to time to draw you in and hit that punchline. There's a lot of thought that goes into it. And that's equally as important as the actual jug riding itself. Sets performer nicknames. I'll be myself up. Tom, did you hear about the man who stole an advent calendar? It got 25 days. Oh, that's good. That's good. You're a big fan of the advent calendar as well. I like that. You're gonna bust that one out at some stage. I might do. Yeah, I think that's probably my favorite so far. Okay, good, good. I mean, what's the best thing you've got in an advent calendar this year? Can I ask? Sure, you've been doing one. Is there anything else? This is a joke. I'm just checking in with you. You know, I like to call a joyless, slightly style chocolate. Okay. All right. Well, I think my kids open it to have a look at them before and then they go a bit mushy. I mean, the beauty is maybe that's the only chocolate they have accessible, but they should be so lucky. Yeah, certainly I'm assuming you've got some sugar almonds in the pantry. Final one, this is this is my favorite and I'd be curious to I am genuinely curious to hear your thoughts on this. And to be honest, this is a bit of a classic that I've tweaked myself. So it's not quite a nicknames original, but I'm giving you my own tight on it. Why is a fridge such a great Christmas present Tom? Why is a fridge such a great Christmas present? I don't know Nick, tell me. Because the recipient's face always lights up when they open. Oh, that's good. See, I like that, that works on several levels. It's the layers sort of thing. And I think that's I think laughter is also elicited when we're pleasantly surprised. And I think with that, there are multiple layers to the surprise, because obviously your face always lights up. You've got a slightly think about it. A little bit of the beat. And maybe that's what maybe that's what makes the laughter a little bit more rewarding or the joke a little bit more rewarding. But yeah, they're my top 5 what I'd love to see in Christmas crackers this year. Do you have you got a cracker yourself? I quite like this one. You can be the judge. How much did Santa buy his sleigh for? Nothing Nick. It was on the house. I felt like there was such a huge thing. That's a big boom. Do you like that one? I do like that one, because I'm going to blow it. But I was like, there's something to do with the roof. There's something to do with the roof, but obviously. I was close. I felt like I was close. I think that's a singer. But good stuff. Yeah. Roll some of those out. Report back to us in the new year. How you're new Christmas routine is received. I will. I mean, there's a good chance we want the off color stuff, I'll probably get from my uncles as well as that. And a bit of blue at Christmas time, that's fine. We're free to air whatever whatever we like. Nick, there's no barriers to taste and distance here. So I would have thought have become painfully obvious down the ears. Lovely stuff, Nick, thanks for joining us. Best of seasonal, a pleasure comment to you and yours. And I'll look forward to hearing about how your routine is received in the new year. Yeah. We'll regroup then. And that's all we have time for on this special Christmas edition of the briefing. It was produced by Charlie Phil mccort, our researcher was Sophie monon combs, and our studio manager was Steph jungu with editing assistance from Chris a Blackwater. I'm Tom Edwards, goodbye and wherever you are in the world, have a wonderful Christmas and a.
"monon" Discussed on The Holy Fool Podcast
"Podcast where we endeavor to look at the spaces in between words and find nearby stars and gates lions. My name is david friar and i'm talking to you from chang. My thailand monon just the mail and until continue from some tree kufuor greece larynx. It's right right. Yeah lionsgate eight eight and a lot of heat absolutely hell was that the i mean that lionsgate action. You told me about it. I i know i know that about esoterica but i didn't know about that lionsgate. You told me about it and Yeah we gonna discuss what it meant to spur. What did you feel that growth. I felt the last week or so. I felt i've been a really interesting and powerful zone to be in. I felt like they say in in the gate. There's a gate the connection and opening a passage where. Yeah where i think something important got exchanged and something feels different on the other side of it for me They're very nice. I was i went online. A a kind of a channel meditation which involves kwan yin and lyon images and and it was really loving and compassionate and yet very strong and hope and not hopeful but like everything solid no k. And everything's going well. Who's really really nice. Yeah i liked to unicycles when you told me about it and like research. I came across south coast. Many young zone meteorologist electron to one and The the idea that there was a Some kind of connection between saddam syria the sun and series. And was it. The it's the sun and serious. I was at the earth. Well i think yeah. I think it's the earth in serious away. I pictured at my mind is if you if we have the son here and serious here. The earth is positioned in the nearest place toward serious. So the serious earth and sun would be in line next now. I felt the longest time at connection with syria. So i feel like thought. Et l. is from syria. And i just you know. I'm really into language so the word serious For me it means cya Us because again. Something i learned from this lionsgate thing something. I felt ready. That it's like serious about streams virtually..
"monon" Discussed on THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas
"Did pick god new. I have to say. I even as a great mickey duff would once and he was one of the greatest promoters of all time in in boxing as he used to say teddy even a blind squirrel finds a chestnut once in a while fighting fights and acorn once in a while. You know. I think he said chestnut from london you know. You've you've my brothers and sisters over there. In london i dunno. Chestnuts is more preferrable than acorns. But that one that one guy right where. I picked an gone new cohen into that. I even did a fight. Plan that rob put up. We put up. We put together. We we got it up there. With charlie monon the great charlie monaghan and the ufc does a great job With espn put no putting together directing all the ufc stuff. But i the difference in that second fight would be all chick would guy new or for ganja was he developed got better. The man got better he. He wasn't as crude as he had been. He had more than just a big right end or big left. Talk you know. He added jab balance. He even cata punched. You know he. He had a calmness a steadiness and listen. Some of that came from experienced having fought and lost the first time you know three. I think it was three years. Prior we gained a lot of experience and he gained calmness. He gained the mental part of it understanding what he was going to deal with and how to deal with it. Better how to become an uncommon. Violent as i always say how to become in the midst of chaos. There's a talent to that and there's a need for that talent. If you're going to be great in the fight world in it's emma may or boxing either one so credit again to guide you for getting better than you know improving for the rematch with me or chick and being more than just a powerful guy. And that's that's what was missing with louis. Because lewis again was like well he was like and gone. You was before the second we ought took just a guy who got with eric niksic and co and really started evolving. I think eric and the team extreme tour deserve a ton of credit as you. And i have discussed in the past about francis evolvement and To your point about how big. I just put the picture up behind me of the time we were out in vegas and you will move around with francis just to give you an idea of how big this guy is. Two hundred sixty five pounds ripped like like a like a receiver in the nfl just gigantic athletic. You ought to receive tight end tight end. Yes but i mean he's got the leanest off one of those like skill players where he's just all muscles and man when you see them in person you see like normal people next to him in that picture you really get an appreciation of how big this guy is so so athletic. A guy that big. Fo- kicks wow. Wow wow wow l. Listen they've done a great job. They've done a great job development him and he's done a great job himself as as he's a good human being you know he. Yeah does a lot of good things over there cameroon. You know giving hope to a lot of the young people over there that they could be like him. They can come from difficult backgrounds Where you don't have much and you could wind up with much if you don't give up and if you're determined enough and driven enough as in gone you francis kanu has been so the. He's definitely lives out life to he's very dedicating committed from what i've seen them from now. He's a good human being and that's that's why we that's why we feel the way we do about them. Besides obviously you know the side that we cover which is the athletic side but just the human side knowing that he is at his people around them a good human beings. I don't wanna be around. People i don't know i just want to try to be around good people and he's he's one of them but the the thing is that lose needs to kind of make that transition for me Or he's been terrific disease. Listen lewis has accomplished a lot. Don't give me wrong. I'm taking that away from him and at any given night that he's in a ring he has a chance to just like the anti wada. He has a chance to land that that big racer that difference maker but for me. He's he's got a he's going to have a full more full successful career beyond what it's been he's got to kind of do at some point with ganja was done learn things that gondolas learn and again it just. It just showed where lewis was louis. Was that guy with a hand. Grenade but azzam's will they were glued to his side. That's the that's the best way. I can describe it yet. They handgrenade Ready to do damage but he couldn't toss it he. He couldn't get it to the to the place that he needed to get. You know to get it to To that to that silo with a with a bullet common. He couldn't get it that at he needed to get it there but I i gotta talk about god you know. Give him credit. Just two dimensional too smart full lewis that particular night he showed it was brains beating braun right that old saying ken brains over brawn and gone god had a great plan and he executed to perfection. starter with.
"monon" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"The night game against little league may just stop sala. Monon community myself much So i think should consumed going to see. I can potentially malacca replacement being legal. Ty- heinsohn or gun. So betsy if new situations jerry probably wants to miss. Because he doesn't run outside. Yeah reason as it doesn't fit now probably joe. Hough is nice so being under study identified. We're going to get with goalkeeping Longtime long term replacement. But jimmy tonight one nine dollar dollar. It's all about shot stopping. You will see. It's it's bout commanding your box. It's about talking and communicates jill defenders. And i don't know if he does that. Alternate ignorance really to say no just just because he makes a few good saves and all. Could you probably read the multiple goalkeeping. But there's no that's not reason enough so got to be the being in squatting a slight the whole thing about all of that right. That should be in england team because we loaded them because he's very good at going forward until to me. There's nothing good bathrooms. I know how less arrived. Yes why is the one that wanted. Ain't been cut. Learning the chef. Shula.
"monon" Discussed on Moore Hair Galore Podcast
"My voice today scratchy but without further ado. I'm want to introduce three amazing women. Who are they should be Sisters by blood but they're actually not. You'll be surprised. I mean but they have such a good connection with each other. So i is. Lauren johnson And ryan johnson and devin dossier monon. They are the raiders of kevin ayers. Hair and i want to welcome to my show. Welcome ladies thank you here right. Appreciate you guys all right. Who wants to go first. Tell me how did you guys get started. What was the. How did you guys birth this baby. Well at one right. It starts at central state university which is located in wilberforce ohio. Of course you know. One of the only one of only two hues in ohio right across the street from wilberforce with the private university. We all came together as freshmen in our love of hair fashion. Taking care as well as just bringing in our roots in our cultural raising you know those things that connected us Like the beauty shop in the tradition of black hair in those things. Were also a bonding moment on central state's campus as well as young girls coming in you know young women experiencing different things in life. It was always a place of comfort for us during those times of transgene and learning and growing. And it's we think it's still very relevant today. It sure is tell me something. I don't want you know i'm not gonna reveal ages but how far back was it was was natural in at that. Time was it You know the preston curls or the relaxed or thirty.
"monon" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"Figure it out and she works hard really like she is working hard. She's working at the patriots. She's working at her delivery service and she sees these other kids. Who are i mean. They even someone even says like. Oh you're so young to be out on your own She's working at her age. Yeah like owning her own business like come on but she sees these kids. These girls are out doing fun. Things you know dating boys all that stuff. And she's a working woman and she sometimes she looks at it and like. Oh i kinda wanted you know. She wishes she could do that. And you know but but she's like well. If i work hard i'm going to get this. And and people like me and people will like what i do and yeah that that especially the the delivery of the the the herring pie to the granddaughter. But i don't like fish in japan fishes fishes everywhere you know if it is like you know haring pumpkin and unlike yeah well the. The mom was another protein. I'd probably be way more for it but yeah well the mom even said when the girls like oh grandma sent might say another her hearing pies among those. Oh herring young like it's it's kinda hard to catch. It's there So yeah kiki's just like. And she's not confrontational so she's not going to be like how dare you. We work so hard. I flew in the rain and everything but So so yeah and and you know. She's trying to finish up so she can have time to go to the party. That tombo invited her to and to have to have that. Be the reaction the reward. I guess for for what she's done. It's kind of like you know you think you think about any time you know when you're in college or your first job or something and you're looking forward to something goes wrong and you're just like oh no what do i do or what did i do wrong and you know i don't know maybe maybe i'm you probably people probably felt this. Felt this way and you just do like us. What did i do. It's like well really nothing. She's people are jerks One thing kiki has to has to learn even though she's got a sono who's your. Who's your friend and jiji's or friend even tombo to a degree is kind of. She is a tolerates him in the beginning they do then they eventually do become friends. 'cause he's i dunno. I think he's more. He likes her but he has no idea what what she's like. You just calls her miss witch. Because he doesn't even know her for a long time and and he he knows she can fly and that's enough for him. Get me off this ground. I'm gonna to be up in the air. Yeah he's like no. You can just jump on your broom. Go and i have to pedal and it's like well you've penalty to even go get him anywhere and it broke or guy so trying to think what else so britney. What were your thoughts as you like. What do you know what version you ended up with. I don't think we ever asked you I think it's the the newest one on. Hbo would have yet. It probably is the one that. I can't remember like i've seen this before. I can't remember if i've seen the other any other versions. And they also said. I agreed to. Yeah this is this. Is i mean this is a pretty family friendly kid friendly as movie so. It's not overly complicated. No no it's really not and it's i mean that's not that's not to say you know because sometimes you think oh you know it's rated g. o. It must be kind of you know too simple or simplistic But you know with with in this studio ghibli. Does this a lot in. They have the family friendly thing and i don't. They don't like go out of their way to like mascot under like innuendo or poop jokes are they tell the story and if it's family friendly that's what they tell and it's i mean they are. You know they do. They do things. I'll bring up prince monon okay. Because that's one that's very violent and very gory. Although it's only quote unquote only pg thirteen Blood and beheadings and a bunch of tough. But i mean it's it's kinda like you know you look at the you look at the different movies. That studio ghibli made and it's just kinda like they find they find ideas or this is adapted from a book. And they just do like whatever's intriguing to them they just do it and whatever serves. The story is what is what they do Just kind of looking through here on the on the kapiti page. I mean they talked about how the the disney dub Like they originally when they did the dub a ninety six straight up that Miyazaki was the one to approve. The the the translation changes any of that. They had in fact that was. That's one thing that he was very adamant about. I remember reading this story 'cause some of his earlier movies especially a nas ika and i think totoro had this to the they just really cut it up Anoxia they did. They did a good job on it originally and he was not happy about that. And i can understand why so like the party agreement was of letting disney do the dub Or do this do the re dubbing of of his films was you know he has to approve the translations in the in the the script changes if any of them are made of so as you know people can. I mean people criticize disney for a variety of things rightly or wrongly. So this one they did right by by you know abiding by I is ocoee wishes and working with him. Even in the making sure that the translation was faithful as possible so Any you know an even later with the later version. They've they've they've redone. Although yet is kind of is kinda sad. We lose a lot of phil hartman's work in some of that. And you know. That's i don't know what the answer is there. I kinda wish we could have both versions. Yeah and like the yeah because From what. I understand if you were if you wanted to go out and buy copied now and if i had a If i if i'd gotten the that blu ray copy from the library and time and watch did instead. My guess is that's the re there'd be hot. Yeah i it would have been for sure. So y- the version. That i happen to watch just happens to be a old ghetto. All dvd copy that. You just can't go out and buy anymore now. i berry they. Don't you know they hold on the same They haven't really old version..
"monon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The other he's the middle man anyway I congratulations thank you very much you know the Saul of an empire here you've got a great story thing and I've always known that you don't need to go to the big box stores as you like Colin do yeah no smoke up on now and I do miss urinating in your lawn a long known on the Monon trail yeah I live on the Mona is a great so that a big tree is a great place to needed to go down when you're running you gotta go yeah Selznick in right there by the lake and yeah yeah so you know Jack I've got some photos add a telephoto lens Jack Ryan channel six government thanks so much give us your sign off that and that your bone smoke again not what you have going on our TV six there you go yeah thank you thanks Jack and I just I love this place come back a host of third it did it wouldn't yeah yeah I thought he read everything except for the specials five three perennials and get one free yeah he said he could only do like public television like the big picture but not really drive down to the actual he had a front yeah so we also thirty percent off fountains statuary and the blue and pink hydrangeas and this was in the business with other the macro fila with a macrophylla hydrangeas so those are the bacon blues those are thirty percent off that is only at Allison bill nursery that is not at our other stores because they don't know about it I haven't had you know that's kind of a little celebration of ours until we talked to Jeff and Nancy gate would Jeff founded this company in nineteen seventy six so we want to we'll send off that originally was planned for April twenty seventh but we all know what happened then so we didn't want to let it slide by I was I was persistent we finally got.
"monon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In a mask when you're out jogging on the Monon trail or something like that all right you will die because we we we got some mass from a clever and competent you know reader listener we are super excited they're super here they have our names on them and they look like they're airbrushed everybody J. rock my world they look like they were airbrushed in Panama City and I love them and and so they're awesome they're so awesome and we're we're in the other day for Facebook live and I really like that but I can see I can see how I would feel a little claustrophobic and then after awhile because I'm just not used to doing that and I you know what and maybe that's like a that's it symbolic representation of how I feel about this whole thing well tell you what I have you know those ones that used to be a bit like an actual in ninety five when the you could use to be able to get from and a home depot you manner like right now Salomon subjects they did I had a stock of them well before this happened for when I A. like the super spring clean and dust because I'm really allergic and so those I would wear even though you're supposed to like use them once and then thrown away I would use that again and again out in public because the reason that people wear masks that you just are homemade that's like a bandanna with two hair ties they are not protecting you they are ostensibly protecting other people from sneezing or coughing yeah a symptomatic or have or or have any kind of any kind of virus and you sneezing sneezing your own mask it'll prevent somebody yeah right it's it's it is and what the N. ninety five mask keeps you from getting it helps but I mean what I'm saying is if you use it in in the way it was intended like a health care worker does where you use it once you throw it away because who knows what gets on it but I would use it over and over again in these circumstances because I'm not wearing them to protect myself I'm wearing them so I don't like accidentally call phone someone even though I'm not sick right yeah people I could have it I suppose I could be one of those a symptomatic people but I don't think I yeah use want to make sure that you're protecting the people who are a million compromised and you know those people who is the older people who are out and about you just when it heard that but I would not wear them outside if I'm if I'm like planning to be in a park yeah yeah that's a day not gonna do that either are you guys are either one of you guys doing the.
"monon" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is an associate professor at the department of history at Columbia University and he joined us in studio to talk about cashmere Monon thanks for joining us thank you India is a secular nation technically but the prime minister mody has been pushing a Hindu nationalist agenda how does that the integration of cashmere which is majority Muslim fit into that historically speaking before this present regime Chris mir was one of the demonstrations of India's secular constitution is a demonstration of the secular nature of India's democracy and it was in such certain ways but it was also a way in which community people were subjugated governed by New Delhi by the state I want to say that the rise of majoritarian politics throughout the world Turkey box on certainly and you know hungry and some might say United States dove tails with the kind of agenda that the BJP has in India and that majoritarian ism in India looks like Hindu majoritarian is somewhere Muslims have been lynched for under the suspicion of eating beef there are violence a lot of violence urban violence of against Muslims who most recently after this election who refused to say Jay street on as a way of kind of a claiming these supremacy of lord around so in this way the majoritarian politics that we see you around the world is very much in control and India as well we mentioned that there were celebrations in some parts of India about Kashmir's integration but we're also seeing protests against the integration can you help us understand those two sides thank you it's very important I mean India is a very large some say the world's largest democracy I would submit however that a lot of times the amount of information that is available about cashmere to Indians is very low and one can imagine if I could make an analogy here that is how many Americans know what is the status of native people on reservations in this country or even how many people know what is happening in Porto Rico and why the people of Puerto Rico are on the streets right now so a typical citizen would have a very a narrow and and perhaps romanticized view of Christian here that they may have gotten for movies or or from their politicians in that sense article three seventy was one of the planks of the B. J. P. as early as late eighties and into the nineties and this part of their political campaign was always to say that if a smear was couldn't could normalized they will be able to as in the Indian state will be able to settle cordon could settle that territory well it's political demand for self recognition our publicized and in that sense I think there I'm sure there are many many people who are very happy that this has happened this is a long held demand this is why B. J. P. was voted into power on the other hand there a conscientious scholars in Indians who recognize that crashed near is under what we make called a severe military occupation there's been I think the word most associated with Chris mir is curfew you know if you're my generation if you were born anytime after nineteen seventy you would know that Chris Mary's have lived their lives under curfew they they have physical checkpoints any Indian troops can enter their house search them and search their possessions commuters can be taken away our our frequently tortured so that is actually the reality and it very well is that many ordinary Indian citizens are just not aware of that and finally what does this do to the relationship between India and Pakistan I think that in the inbox on are and have been you know in great military stress for for much of their existence and have gone to back active war and as you pointed out are nuclear powers I would suggest that you know the the way in which we can say that in the or the in doing state is playing to their majority box on the state box on the service has been largely governed by its military has its own agenda where they've used crush me here as a way to mobilize of right wing politics in their own country there have obviously supplied weapons and terrorists to different parts of cashmere in order to Stoke certain things so there are certainly part of the problem and talks on a still not officially said anything as in they have said that we're formulating a response but I would suggest that we think actually instead of with the thing always thinking about and foregrounding the right the the actions of the states like Indian box than we think about the because many people who have been rendered speechless through this process and what will the Kashmiri people do I think that's the really the key question because the because we demand for self determination is not a new demand has been going on since nineteen thirties it is it's part and parcel of anticolonial movement and because many people have not been heard at any stage of this entire twentieth century and even now in the twenty first century we find them muted and we find their voices silenced and I feel most passionately that that this the voice that we should we should seek we should try to find that voice we should try to enable that boys Indian bugs on are kind of like playing the same playbook they have been playing over and over and over again and you know I can I can certainly provide the box and will say we do not recognize India's right over because we're just media is you know our territory and India will save and Christmas is our territory and so on and so forth and both sets of governments will be very happy to take this belligerence to their vote banks into their supporters and and continue continue to kind of make their politics about that and I think in all of this drama the communities are.
"monon" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"At but de make has been harassed Paul E. CIGS have been banned in Carmel the city councilor soon Frank comes and quotes it's become a an epidemic a city council decided there's a problem in a high school in the answers adults can vape that's that's what happened and this is why people move to Fisher's it's so ridiculous and embarrassing they don't say to the school board do something about this I have suggested it to structural if you're caught vaping in in in a bathroom in your student two weeks suspension second time you're expelled but they don't do that in Carmel instead if this is an opportunity to pass a law to stop smoking they were literally giddy over it give me over the idea of banning smoking it's like they took turns a tool which person can get into the game box fast enough they're fetish overwhelming them it was a terrible idea at least they didn't stop some of the places that allow smoking from being able to continue to allow smoking but you don't say you've got a problem in high school and so let's go after adults who make decisions is there any evidence that the main thing is is harmful or even that it's a quote epidemic in Carmel I know that I listen kids vape and we know that kids vape and we know that it's a problem because they shouldn't be vaping and there are stories of how you walk into boys room in in and of the so called invoice from now in a conference gender unisex bathroom right in in in the Carmel high school and everybody's vaping well if you there walk in take kids suspend them it's just that easy but now you can't Babe in a parking he campaigned on the Monon trail in the campaign it's nonsense it's all make believe pretend in the city council there in Carmel didn't do anybody any favours all they did was engage some reactionary woken nonsense and didn't make the city better at all does your your podcast the eat drink and smoke podcast are you live in Carmel when you go live and what we what we have blinds where we record one bar cigar that's Indianapolis okay that's technically what the because there are a few places where you're still one of the even smoke yeah and I think first Jimmy bees then there's a place on main street the old the old town tavern place I can only go up inappropriately drunk at.
"monon" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Art. Here's what OJ's up to. We've played some of his cuts from his videos from his new Twitter account. So cats. So this guy tweets out he's, he started a parody account of OJ Simpson. And I certainly Eljay is not familiar enough Twitter to realize that, that's just part of the deal, if you're going to again, join Twitter, you're gonna have parody accounts. The parody account is at killer OJ Simpson. So OJ finds the parody account and tells the guy to delete the parody account immediately. The guy says, what are you gonna do? Cut me too. Didn't even to do. So then Simpson persistent apparently threatening to find the owner and saying that he would quote unquote face serious consequences because he had nothing to lose Simpson. Also sent a knife emoji back to him. Wow. What does this do what a world juice their day? And he's already sending knife emojis to threaten people on Twitter. We need to get. I don't know what the over under is OJ being back in prison due to the fact that he's on Twitter and threatening people, I'm gonna put over under like thirty days. He doesn't realize that there's parody accounts and there's nothing you can do about it. Oh man. Got a little given even to do. He said the guy had knife a monkey. Oh, jay. Boy, it's going to end. Well, yeah. There you go. That's a I don't know what to do with this next door. This is interesting because it then on one hand, I want to give the guy Pat on the back and say, well done. On the other hand, I want to put them in prison and never let him out. So I'm not really sure not really sure how it handled this person. Christopher monon thirty five is an ex con and he's accused of stealing floaters. You heard me right. Floata's and pool rafts. And pool lounge chairs memorial mostly the floats. He likes the floats, a new thing, and why would a guy steel still floats. And this is where you, you, you, you wanna you wanna say good job, but not really good job in your little scared. He said he's feels floats. He opted for pool floats instead of raping women. So he's stealing the pool floats, any gratifies himself with the pool floats instead of raping women, which makes me feel like well, at least you're doing that. I think is they get that's better than the alternative. But it's still like I don't think you should be out. I think it should be like in a in a padded room somewhere like again at a boy. Let me give you a little Atta boy for that. Because you notice that the pool floats your, your savaging the pool floats instead of women. That's. A good thing. The fact that you have that. The fact that you have to do this instead of that is a little little scary. And look, he's taken everything. He said, floaty. Is that look like a piece of bacon duck flow to watermelon flow lounge chairs with Cup holders? You know exactly what he does with the Cup holders down. Oh. Oh, thank you very much, by the way, shack inflatable lounger too. Yeah. Sex very happy. I bet thanks very happy with that. Oh shack again, you want to say good job, but not good job. Like you're, you're very scary. Good job controlling yourself. But I don't trust you at all. What if you happen to be in a city that doesn't have any floaters? Then what then then then? What are we looking at crime spree? Sorry. No floaters. That's not good that good at all. So I don't know. I again, I guess it's like good job, but you shouldn't be out, you should be you should you should this guy shouldn't be out is behind bars. It'd be good. These stole damn near lake. I would say here, how many thousands of dollars seventy five pool floats. He's stored in abandoned house next. So you go you walk in there. It'll be like a pool flow museum, a poof load everywhere there. And I would know would bring your Clark's wipes to. Okay. Right. And yeah. No, he's not right. I mean that's your obsession. Never heard that a pool float obsession. I've no it's a, it's a fetish that I've never heard of never thank goodness. He's doing that wouldn't have there. I mean, how do you go from this to that? And, you know, I just I do the pool float. So I don't do women wh- excuse me. Come again. What did you say, bro? You gotta come with me. Like this is this is somebody like, I don't know that it's legal to do this. And I'm pretty sure it's not. But if you could put somebody behind bars for twenty years is still in pool. Florida's this would be your guy did this, this would be the guy that you'd probably want to do that to just say, look. We're going to we're going to just like, I don't know that it's going to happen. It'd be like minority report, but I talked to a couple of cogs and they said, they saw you do this in the future. So we're just gonna go ahead and take their word for it. And look, we'll give you as many pool float as you one prison. We'll bring it will you'll be on the pool floaty of the month club. We bring a pool Florida's, and you'll be fine. But you're not we can't let you out. Because as that, that's just I mean, making light of the big because it's a funny story, but the situations and all that he when he says that he's he's, he's scary scary, dude, when he says, he sexually gratifying himself, pool floaty silly doesn't rape women. Like you said, that's minority report like did we're putting your way before you do something. Yeah. That's that's. Scary. Scary scary scary. It's of funny. Let's get that Ogden story, of course, Ogden story about this guy strips and McDonald's then throws impregnate, the railing, I just love the headline. I love the headline right there. And this guy is like a freak too. He's like, look, of course, is you say it to its Florida. So of course, it's of course, it's for Florida may removed is closed before too strange dance. I'm thinking any any dance? It'd be a strange dance. If you're nude inside McDonald's, then tried to go at it with the railing, not sure what part of the rail in this guy decided to go go at it with, but most Railly's like cold metal. Yes. Yes. As I way. Yeah. There you go. Should've.
"monon" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Pool where the swim up bar was or they had drank something from this. And today, the US State Department confirmed the death of an eighth American tourist in the Dominican Republic officials say fifty eight-year-old Joseph Allen was found dead in his hotel room last Thursday. OJ Simpson is now on Twitter. Simpson says he'll be using the platform to share his thoughts and opinions on just about everything. Including the fact that most of America believes he's a double murderer for years. People have been able to say what ever they wanted to see about me. No accountability. Now, the challenge a lot of BS and set the record straight Simpson's account already has over six hundred thousand followers and after investigating a strange wave of dozens of pull toy thefts in Brevard county, deputies have arrested. Thirty five year old William monon. They say Maan and told them he gratified himself with the floats instead of quote raping women. It's five O five on NewsRadio WFL a this is a Bloomberg market minute. Investors are keeping their eyes on a prize. They want from the Federal Reserve, so they kept their moves modest while they wait for this week's fed policy meeting, the Dow rose twenty three the NASDAQ forty eight the S and P three those are gains of attempt to about six tenths of a percent. Spurred by the big tech names, apple Amazon, and Facebook, especially Facebook shares rose four percent on investor hopes and reports that Facebook could reveal soon. It's moves into crypto currency with the libra coin. But the focus for Wall Street, really is the fed and its policy meeting investors hope will end Wednesday with. Signs the fed will scale back interest rates at next month's meeting. They got some fuel for that in the largest ever drop in a gauge of manufacturing activity in the New York area and a reading of home builder confidence that fell this month and the register glitch that hit target on the day before Father's Day could have a big impact and analyst at cantor consulting says it could have cost fifty million dollars in lost sales. I'm Joan Doniger, Bloomberg radio. Got you f LA news brought to you by.
"monon" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Taylor. And Osceola county man is recovering after being shot by a deputy over the weekend. It happened early Saturday morning on CNN boulevard. A deputy was investigating abandoned vehicle when forty one year old Zachary dollar came out of a wooded area and charged deputy opened fire hitting dollar in the stomach ease expected to survive, the deputy on paid administrative leave this morning, while the FDA investigates, Darrell Moody News ninety six point five, WDBO, Florida, Senator, Rick Scott is in town today. He's focusing on hurricanes. The former Florida governor is hosting what he calls his first hurricane preparedness conference. As a member of the homeland security committee, which has jurisdiction over FEMA, Scott says he's bringing together partners from federal, state, and local governments, and private business leaders to talk about readiness and recovery. He tells us, he's working to find ways to work closer together this season. As governor Scott saw ten hurricanes, either, skirt the coast or hit Florida. This includes Armagh, and Michael Sean Vicker news ninety six point five, WDBO, Ragu recalling some spaghetti sauce jars, because there may be bits of plastic in them. Ragu, voluntary recall affects bottles of chunky, tomato, garlic and onion sauce, and it's old world style traditional and meat sauces, so far. There haven't been any reports of plastic causing any injuries. Now the sauces were bottled June fourth through the eighth, you can toss them out and then contact the company for a coupon. And then there's this guy people in one Florida neighborhood can rest easy now ever, the man who stealing their pool toys to have sex with them. Is now in jail. Christopher monon was arrested for stealing more than seventy floating poll toys in various. His homes and using the toys for sex. He was caught after police found him with a trash bag of poll floaty, while riding his bike when cops found more than seventy five inflatable pool toys at the home of the thief. He admitted to stashing them for his benefit -cation instead of raping women. The provide county area has been hit with more than a dozen burglaries in the last seven months, and Florida's pull boy is the suspect is charges include burglary among others. I'm Laura Lee. See his mugshot now in the news ninety six point five WDBO app. You're listening to a special edition of Orlando's morning news. The president's campaign kicks off right here in Orlando. More team coverage coming up next seven thirty five.
"monon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Happy. We're not gonna get protected. So we got to do whatever we can we take matters. It's unfortunate that will not we, you know, we're not. Players aren't gonna get protected. That's been made clear. And we know that team will intentionally throat people high school baseball, Ohio Rachel semifinals today. Turpin meets van Vandellas, Butler elder battles spring borough. Ross goes up against Franklin. Roger vacant meets Cincinnati country day in Cincinnati Christian goes up against Russia, Kentucky girls ninth rates and softball semi finals last night, Notre Dame Bikaner fifteen to five and Dixie heights. Got by highlands for two three ten three and softball championship game. Tonight has Pendleton county versus bourbon county, soccer FC Cincinnati has news conference today at eleven AM to announce their next general manager NHL game two of the Stanley Cup finals last night. Saint Louis wins at Boston and overtime three two two that series now tied a game apiece game three of the Stanley Cup finals. We'll be Saturday night between the blues and the Bruins in Saint Louis NBA the finals begin tonight with Golden State at Toronto, the action at eight on ESPN fifteen thirty Steph curry, there's a new vibe in the finals this year. One starting on the road and the fine. Goes to a different team the Cleveland because Cleveland the finals are pretty synonymous for us with our experience. But I would say just this entire year's been kind of wild for us in Gulf of memorial tournament begins today in Dublin, Ohio, defending champion Bryson Shambo tees off at eight twenty five AM. But being back, your gives me good memories, and I'm excited. I mean my game in the right direction working really hard with my golf golf game golf swing and super positive about what's what's moving forward. Tiger. Woods also, tees off today at eight twenty five AM's Davis. Jason coke racket. Eight forty eight this morning while Mary monon, Ohio states will grimmer,.
"monon" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Oh favorite pasta? Pastor boston. Pasta where? Cheddar cheese on great. Illiberal? And then the chair the. Parmigiana never blended hair. By the way, we stinks. Told you parmesan. Stinks said a very sensitive smell. So when you're out in, and they waited comes up and says would you like parmesan and your pasta eagle stay? Logical. Great genova. We were empowered holiday good to the rest of you know, you don't. Couple of years ago. Monon hides another Bianca and one of the restaurants in San German and French fries. Been charged where on the side. No on the The. top. Air into restaurant steep. Couple of colleagues, we all depending on. Viagra and Marcus said all of an extra portion of fries went the world for it is I go. wanna told us before it just. Cod. Drop them in box office like oh, slushing food how much more would my subscriptions ESPN. Plus after Bates a keep Francona. He's excellent. Rooms where we are talking about it. The. That Craig is trying to put that down on the why Franken pup stories with Craig about pup stories in you know, the different. I was a professional football player. Go to pub-, right. Not. TV? I know coach your goal. The first time we went to I think east of west of London we went to play golf every most of the team we finish the eighteen holes. And then we went to clubhouse and house paint of beer, and it was competing, and I don't know last six seven eight busy. Yeah. I discovered another culture. Yes. L crazy. I was I wasn't Meiring them because out can this toot up though, it was six seven possible final question fee Frank because you've got to catch who do you think would win a match FRANZ ninety eight of France two thousand nineteen. I'm so offended that you even question after the flight. No, well, now really is difficult to compare generation. But don't forget that the coach of the two thousand eighteen team was our captain. I'm sure would make sure that we can win it would put pug, but number six. Yeah. I would I would say up passing. I would say the Ninety-Eight difficult to answer. Because offense anybody that? I think we do. Better technique say tactically better than them. Okay. I think the team spirit is the thing. You would move Examen. Hold on to fill bucks listeners Terim tastic. Yeah. Lottum blow, and then mouse, and you and then he ended show Petit the show man as he done done, the only one choice. F up front. Maybe what Steve but you had a beautiful season. And and it's true didn't score huge school running the workup. But we have the young two young players trees again children wreak. So we didn't have. But we're Tyrian re do, you know when we went to Glasgow to range us. He didn't do very well now and the here is would. Yeah. Yeah. No World Cup. It wasn't complicated. I flew was very complicated for him because psychologically when here you win the World Cup. And you don't go any goals when you had chances to score it is hard. And is it good? Nobody sells swimming pool in Brittany. Yeah. And it's very good for don't want to him because he has a very good career in Auxerre. And is a is a good person and any hard for the couldn't complain about these his composure and his commitment to two hours. I'd say we've done Frank. It's being the pleasure. We will be back tomorrow though. Because of course, it's just United against Manchester City will be looking back came all the matches. Go would you believe we'll be talking about also? Yeah. Final seventy five. What I say. Exciting..
"monon" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"What came in here tonight hoping to have a better effort as they lost the holy name. Excuse me. That was forty six points. Not forty two tonight. Not looking much better as they currently trail by thirty with five minutes to play in the game. Daniel Peterson drives to the hoop misses the shot. No, good rebound. Calhoun here. Come the Vikings other side three pointer shot long. Quasi AC last. Name. Sounds familiar the freshman on the floor. Took his first shot missed rebound. Coppola brings it down the floor. Peterson drops back shoots the three off the front iron rebound rice hits cutting Peterson puts it up avoids the defender and puts it in Peterson's got some game. Daniel Peterson singlehandedly has pushed the motor tonight for patois drive down the floor. You heard the all that was for an Oprah missed by George Wilson. But he gets on rebound puts it back up at hand. And the Vikings fateful goes crazy as relief factor. Thirty Wilson broke wide open on the fast break, but missed an open free throw. Our layup. Harry comes Wilson down the floor up again, a sentimental favorite here of the grout. George Wilson with his second consecutive Ascot and the faithful of Viking village beginning to come to their feet. Here's another steel likings really run away with it. Now. Cow who down the Florida Johnson missed the free throw on the floor Cummings. Loose ball grabbed by paddle. Down the floor rice Dipa pool puts it up draws the foul chance at a three point play, God hustle by both teams back and forth. There. PK clause net called for the foul. Seventy six forty six score. Arken? Lana pool of the freshman guard heads to the line smallest player on the floor. Five foot eight. Vikings beginning to empty the bench medals checks in Jordan dean as well. Wilson imbalance it to nettles nettles comes up the floor three minutes. Twenty seconds remain in this game. Nettles Johnson back the nettles right side up. Top shawn. Johnson shoots the three squares it and it's good seventy nine forty seven the score with three minutes to play. Vikings stretch their lead to thirty two. Paddle across the timeline. Now. Laguardia has it passes down to Popolo? What's up the free? It's good goaltending. I thought it was no good. Pool drove to the hoop. George Wilson called for goaltending. Seventy nine forty nine hundred score. Vikings continue to stretch Wilson has crossover. The free throw line loses. It off his knee out of bounds. To forty to play. His takes the ball back up the floor. David rice, inbounded, the John monon? Outta pool of those three on the floor with Josh charge ins-.
"monon" Discussed on Athletico Mince
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"Support for planet money and the following message. Come from Capital, One credit wise from Capital One is designed to help customers protects their credit and quickly detect fraud. Credit wise is free for everyone. Whether you're a Capital One customer or not you can find credit wise in your app store or Google play store. Now, you are listening to a video right now. So if you're driving or can't look at the screen, go ahead and skip to the next episode for our usual audio only experience we're going to be running short season of videos over the next five weeks. And in this one you get to see what a few of the planet money staffers. Looked like all of our regularly scheduled audio podcast episodes are still coming out of the videos as a bonus from the NPR video team. Okay. Is your phone out finger smudges cleaned off and joy the miracle. Apple by planet money prologue, the tyrant once upon a time. The apple section in grocery stores was ruled by a tyrant tough skinned knee. Neely and character building it was the red delicious, and it was read, but really not so delicious. This is the story of how one man and his miracle. Apple changed the world of fruit forever in the old days. Like, the nineteen sixties apples were a commodity like screws, cheap socks most big stores. Just wanted a couple of apples, and especially the red delicious because it was big it would read and it had a tough skin that made it easy to transport people figure an apples and apple. There was no reason to pay more for one than another as a result. There was no way for apple growers to make better apple and charge more for it was a bad business to be in. Chapter one the boy who hated apples in those days. There was a young boy in North Carolina named David Bedford. He didn't know it at the time, but he was destined to change the world of apples forever young Bedford loved fruit. But he hated apples because remember the tyranny of the red delicious. But when he grew up in went off to college he met this person who is carrying around a bushel of yellow apples from an exotic and mysterious land gold Michigan. And this person said try these men they'll change your whole world Bedford took a bite, and he saw the truth. He knew the world of Apple's had to change, and he would be the one to change chapter to the man and the miracle apple it's the nineteen eighties and Bedford's quest to topple the red. Delicious has led him to become an apple breeder at the university of Minnesota. His is a hard solitary toil in the peak of the season. He's taking bites from five or six hundred apples a day. Looking for that one perfect? Apple. Finally one day in the early nineteen eighties. He comes across this tree. Tree number seventeen eleven he picks an apple from it takes a bite and. It tasted crisp and honeyed. So we called it on Chris. But it didn't catch on at first because it was harder to grow because grocery stores were still pretty un-imaginative places. They looked at Bedford's apple and said, man. No, thanks, the protas, aisles fine. And so the apple growers said, yeah, we're fine too. Chapter three an unlikely alliance. There was one apple grower named Dennis courtier though around this time he visits Bedford and says I'm not getting anywhere growing the same apples as everybody else. Got anything different than for does courtier tries an apple from tree seventeen eleven and says Swede, I this is the apple I've been waiting for. He goes all in planting Honey, crisp. When these apples finally, get to the big supermarkets. They do great. The Honey crisp proves consumers are willing to pay more for a better. Apple it finally breaks the apple free from the commodity world. At long last courtiers making good money. But now everyone wants to grow Honey, crisp and courtier knows soon. It'll just be another one of those cheap generic apples. Meanwhile, Bedford's worried that low quality Honey crisp will start to flood the market and make the apples good name. Worthless. Chapter four trademarks or the fall of read the tyrant Bedford had patented the Honey crisp. But the thing with patents is they expire after twenty years and in a business where trees take five years to grow. That's not gonna cut it. But he knew of an Australian apple company that was doing something radical. Get I might monon Isaac. What's on the docket today? Well, let's have a look they had actually trademarked and apple name and trademarks last forever. Just trade mocking. This apple night. Beauty mate beauty a few of these trademark foreign Apple's had actually started showing up in the US. So he decided to see if he could make that work with the US grown apple. He could he hadn't quite gotten it right for Honey, crisp. But he did with the next apples sweet Tango. He'd licensed to courtier. Now. Even if someone else grew the same apple they couldn't use the same name if you own the trademark, you decide who can grow or sell your apple you manage the market the world of different apple brands exploded around the red delicious. Envy cosmic crisp, jazz Kanzi lady Alice, ruby frost, Snapdragon pink lady. So when you're in a store today, you're not just looking at a bunch of apples. You are looking at the legacy of the miracle up the freedom from the commodity world. And the big business of a small fruit grown in part from that moment Bedford tasted sweet crisp apple on tree. Seventeen eleven in nineteen eighty three. The end. What'd you think? How do we look in fake moustaches? Let us know on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram, we're at planet money or as always send an Email to planet money at NPR dot org. We always love to hear what you think and your suggestions on episodes. You'd like to see in short video form.