17 Burst results for "Mr Hans"
"mr hans" Discussed on WRVA
"Data. Radio W R V A. This is handle on the law. Moore's legal advice where I tell you. You have new case whatsoever by Danny? It's your turn welcome to handle on the law. And what can I do for you? Good morning. Mr hans. Yes, sir. Off. I would like to thank you about thirty to forty years ago. You are you are you gave you my testimony. And you immediately said that I had a an expert small claims court case, and you explained exactly the method that I needed to follow in. I followed it to the team, Dan, this is very depressing. Thirty forty years ago. Are you serious even if it was thirty years ago, it was certainly wasn't forty years ago if it was thirty years ago, it's this. I'm glad to shoot myself. I don't want to be reminded that I've been around that long. Okay. But the bottom line is you listen to me, and I helped you out right? Thank you. So you're right. And that's the by the way, that's a handful of people over thirty years. I just want to help you that. Actually, my advice has worked. All right. So what can I do for free? Now, Danny I never expected to have to call you ever again because this is not what I do. But you have a unique opportunity for the past. Twenty four hours. I ain't have been. Experiencing especially very early this morning. An overdose of my prescribed medications. Okay. This morning you overdosed or I'm currently recovering. And I'm alone. Recovering from what I'm going to ask some questions at Unani recovering from what my my overdose experience. I was I did go call nine one one before. And. And that's when it got really bad in about four hundred morning. I finally threw up and I collected this sample. So that like the because I have. Too much medicine. And I ain't been trying to tell my doctors. Okay. Hang on a minute. What did you overdose on? Okay. Last night. I got a lighter came patch for a cracked ripped. Okay. So you're talking about overdose on light Cain. No low. That's part of it. Three days to Wednesday. They gave me true sounds morphine. All right. I'm also taking norcal Alex. Metformin? Wow. All right. So you're you're a mess and you overdose. This morning. You overdosed. Correct. I went through a violent. Overdose. Because I true up the contents of only till now you don't go through an overdose. When you throw up the contents matter of fact, that goes the other way, I'm going are you I am incoherence. I am it's the opposite of or it is a whip withdrawal. I don't know. I came at four o'clock this morning when I violently threw up the contents. That was the moment I thought I was going to pass away. All right. So you throw it up. There is your vomiting on wherever he threw it up. You you collected it to find an and then what happened then what happened? And then after that. I have been pinned to my chair in the backyard. And I am by myself. Because I what does that mean? What does that mean? What does that mean Pindi or chair? I I'm in a chair in my backyard. It's a it's a it's a it's a it's a chair, and I've been had I had been sitting here because I can't I have to make sure I don't fall asleep. Oh, okay. Why night because I'm I'm so Medicated throw it all up. No, no. I believe that. I. All right. I to hang up on you. That was a cough, by the way that we caught just at the beginning. Sounds like a very nice guy. And the only reason I stayed. Could guide. You know, what the problem is eating the sun chips and little bits and pieces get caught in my throat, and I tend to call them up and I'd love sun chips. But. Not a good idea to eat them on you're on the air. Really not. So I have to wake either for a commercial or something. So I'm not gonna keep on showing those put them aside. Don't let me eat those things. Okay, blake. Where was I? Oh, yeah. Our friend that just called. Very good. When you talked about he wasn't coherent as as at a previous time. We have to move up to this phone call. And didn't understand a lot of that? And the only reason. I kept him on the air is because he told me how much I helped him thirty or forty years ago. Thirty forty years ago. I was what junior high school? And he called me why not. Okay. Let's just move on. I could have been a lot rougher on him could've. But my heart went out. So there's not much I can do about that. Mike, Mike, you're up. Welcome to handle on the law. I hold a little skip steer. Bob cat to a job site about four months ago. It was a shared facility in new construction where the perimeter of security cameras parked at three o'clock. It was stolen at night at six o'clock. When I went in the next morning, I said, where's my tractor? And they never called security company never called the police, which they state their deal. They do all this monitor all is. Well, I had a low Jack on my loader. So I have the opportunity to activate the low, Jack, I might have had a chance to get the tractor back. These found a trailer three days later in Fresno, which is five miles away. All right. Hang on a minute. Look what you just said if I had the opportunity to have a activated the low, Jack, I might have gotten the trailer back. Activate the low Jack till police report goes in and what you're saying. Okay. I understand that. So they screwed up on that. But what you're saying? Obviously, do you have any recourse, your argument is I might have gotten it back. If might have never works in the law ever to speculator. It's too speculative. Is there a Sumed liability for their splitting the job? They're supposed to do that. But they didn't do and they're offering you a places secured and know. It's their negligence, and you're going to argue the reason it was stolen was there negligence. And you want the value back. I'm just saying you can't argue might have gotten it back sooner that just doesn't work. You're you're going on might have and in that direction, and that's totally the wrong direction and take real simple. All right. Your security was not secure, it was stolen. Thank you alot. Jack thing is totally incidental to this process. Whether you had it didn't have it when they put in the court where they put a police report on time. I might have gotten it back if that's all incidental to the process. It just confuses everything. What is what is appropriate is? Hey, secure facility. It was stolen. Thank you. You're liable. How much it was this puppy, by the way, it's about twenty five thirty thousand bucks. Just twelve years old. I didn't have insurance. Why not if it's twenty twenty five grand? Why wouldn't you have insurance this probably stupidity? Been doing for forty years. I got it. So here's what you get. So, you know, sue. For the value because of breach of their breach of contract. And instead implied contract is not written right out secure facility. You trusted secured facility. There you go. Now. You get to sue for twenty five thousand dollars, which means you get to get a lawyer or your target yourself. I mean, there's a lawyer would probably means call you for four months, and I got through today. Okay. Ask your your opinion. Yeah. You're going to need a lawyer to do this. Unless you want to file a lawsuit by yourself. I mean, the argument is fairly simple by to have to be. It's going to have to be put into the language that works in court. You know, for example, you were often the total of the wrong direction to begin with. That's why I'm going to in a lawyer, but that costs you money, and so what I would do is certainly call any civil lawyer. This is a simple case of negligence is a very simple case of their breach of an implied contract. I mean, there's a lot of there's a lot going on there. And you're going to sue probably I can't think of any other way, it's gonna cost you some money. There's no good way about it. And you screwed up when he didn't have insurance had insurance. It would have been one phone call. Sure to the insurance company, and they would have sued those guys after giving you the money. So there you go. I don't know what else. Don't know what else to tell you other than not a good move. And he caught it goes. We ain't gonna do agree. Fourteen times. Yeah. This is.
"mr hans" Discussed on KNSS
"It's your turn. Welcome to handle on the law. And what can I do for you? Good morning. Mr Hans, yes, sir. I would like to thank you about thirty to forty years ago. You are you I gave you my testimony. Did you immediately said that I had a an expert small claims court case, and you explained exactly the method that I needed to follow in. I followed it to the teeth, Dan, this is very depressing. Don't know thirty forty years ago. Are you serious even if it was thirty years ago, it was certainly wasn't forty years ago, if it was thirty years ago this I'm glad to shoot myself. I don't want to be reminded that I've been around that long. Okay. But the bottom line is you listen to me, and I helped you out right? Thank you. So you're right. That's the by the way, that's a handful of people over thirty years. I just want to help you that. Actually, my advice has worked. All right. So what are you free? Now, Danny I never expected to have to call you ever again. Because this is not what I do. But. You have a unique opportunity for the past twenty four. Four hours. I have been experiencing especially this morning. An overdose of my prescribed medications. Okay. This morning you overdosed or yes, I'm currently recovering. And I'm alone. Recovering from what throw some questions at Unani recovering from what my my overdose experience. I was I did go combing one one before hand and. And that's when. It got really bad in and and about four hundred morning. I finally threw up and I collected the samples so that big the because I have too much medicine. And I've been trying to tell my doctors. Okay. Hang on a minute. What did you overdose on? Okay. Last night. I got a line of came catch for eight cracked rip. Okay. So you're talking about overdose on light it Kane. No, that's part of it. Three days to Wednesday. They gave me true sounds some morphine. All right. I'm also taking norcal Alex with metformin. Wow. Not at. All right. So you're you're a mess and you overdose. This morning. You overdosed. Correct. I went through a violent. Overdose. Because I threw up the contents of only till now you don't go through an overdose. When you throw up the contents. A matter of fact, that goes the other way, I'm going are you I am incoherence. I am it's the opposite of or it is with no it's the opposite of a withdrawal. I don't know. I came at four swing when I violently threw up the contents. That was the moment. I thought I was going to pass away. All right. So you throw it up. There is your vomiting on wherever he threw it up. You you collected it too. And then what? And then what happened? And then after that. I have been pinned to my chair in the backyard, and I am by myself. So what what does that mean? What does that mean? What does that mean? Pindi or chair? I'm the I'm in a chair in my backyard. It's a it's a it's a it's a it's a a chair, and I've been I had I had been sitting here because I can't I have to make sure I don't fall asleep. Oh, okay. Point nine because I'm I'm so Medicated you throw it all up. No, no. I believe that. I. All right. I have to hang up on you. That was a cloth by the way that we caught just at the beginning. Sounds like a very nice guy. And the only reason I state. Could God, you know, what the problem is eating the sun chips little bits and pieces get caught in my throat, and I tend to cough them up and I'd love sun chips. But. Not a good idea to eat them on you're on the air. Really not. So I have to wait either for a commercial or something. So I'm not gonna keep on showing those put them aside. Don't let me eat those things. Okay, blake. Where was I? Oh, yeah. Our friend that just called. Very when you talked about he wasn't coherent as as at a previous time. We have to move that up to this phone call and didn't understand a lot of that. And the only reason. I kept him on the air is because he told me how much I helped him thirty or forty years ago. Thirty forty years ago. I was what junior high school and he called me. Why not? Okay. Let's just move on. I could have been a lot rougher on him could've. But my heart went out. So there's not much I can do about that. Mike, Mike, you're up. Welcome to handle on the law. Hi, I hold a little skip stare. Bob cat to a job site about four months ago. It was a share to sell the new construction where the perimeter of security cameras parked at three o'clock. It was stolen at night at six o'clock. What I went in the next morning. I said, where's my tractor? And they've never called security company never called the police, which they stayed stay their their deal. They do all this monitor all this. Well, I had a low Jack on my loader. So I have the opportunity to to activate the low, Jack, I might have had a chance to get the tractor back. They found a trailer three days later in Fresno, which is five hundred miles away. All right. Hang on a minute. Look what you just said if I had the opportunity to have a f- a activated the low, Jack I night have gotten the trailer back. Can't activate the low Jack till police report goes and what you're saying. Okay. I understand that. So they screwed up on that. But what you're saying? Obviously recourse, your argument is I might have gotten it back. If might have never works in the law ever to speculator. It's too speculative. Is there a Sumed liability for their sporting the job they're supposed to do that? But they didn't do and they're offering you a places secured, and you know. It's their negligence, and you're going to argue the reason it was stolen was there negligence. And you want the value back. I'm just saying you can't argue might have gotten it back sooner that just doesn't work. You're you're going on might have and in that direction. And that's totally the wrong direction to take real simple. All right. Your security was not secure, it was stolen. Thank you. The low. Jack thing is totally incidental to this process. Whether you had it didn't have it when they put in the court where they put a police report on time. I might have gotten it back if that's all incidental to the process. It just confuses everything. What is what is appropriate is? Hey, secure facility. It was stolen. Thank you. You're liable. How much it was this puppy, by the way? About twenty five thirty thousand bucks is twelve years old. I didn't have insurance. Why not if it's twenty minutes worth twenty five grand? Why wouldn't you have insurance this probably stupidity? Been doing it for forty years. Right. I got it. So here's what you get. So you can assume for the value because of breach of their breach of contract. And instead implied contract is not written right out secure facility. You trusted secure facility. There you go. Now. You get to sue for twenty five thousand dollars, which means you get to get a lawyer or your target yourself. I mean, there's outgrow lawyer. I would just means call you for four months, and I got through today. Okay. You're you're you're yeah. You're going to need a lawyer to do this. Unless you want to file a lawsuit by yourself. I mean, the argument is fairly simple by have to be. It's going to have to be put into the language that works in court. You know, for example, you were often the total the wrong direction to begin with. That's why I'm going to suggest in a lawyer, but that costs money, and so what I would do is certainly call any civil lawyer. This is a simple case of negligence is a very simple case of their breach of an implied contract. I mean, there's a lot of there's a lot going on there. And you're gonna sue probably I can't think of any other way, it's going to cost you some money. There's no good way about it. And you screwed up when he didn't have insurance an insurance. It would have been one phone call. Sure to the insurance company, and they would have sued those guys after giving you the money. So there you go. I don't know what else. Don't know what else to tell you other than not a good move. And he caught it goes. We ain't gonna do agree. Fourteen times. Yeah. This is handle on the law. Breaking news trending talk..
"mr hans" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"So we're sitting there and. I was just going to get captured. Cars across pod videos, like when was it PSP? No, that was what I. And I pulled it out. He's sitting there and he's looking. I'm like, what are you watching is like, you know, some rap videos on might. That's cool. I'm like, you know what? Everyone has now this and like turn on my PSP and he's like, yeah. PSP replays it all the time. Anyway. So. Around his like, I'm like, yeah, what would you don't have this? And I had flipped on and I had like my internal memory card. Sure. What was PSP good for about three years ago, hardcore pornography. Exactly. Exactly. I like flip it over my hustle. The story coming about a mile. Like check this out, gave it to white girls. Gave me one hundred bucks these, like yo semi one of those memory cards and fill. Like I went back and I was like, guys did this to eleven, so hardly give them a card and like was a porn. And it was like, are you serious? Make sure you send it to me in a nondescript because my wife will see a want to know what's on it. And I'm like, okay, whatever. And so then I went back to like Adam creek and our buddy Steve rose and a couple of people seem to be doing something. People are talking like, what? What do I do? Terrible video? Which was that video of Mr Hans finally fulfilled. Okay. Yeah. So let's say I never heard back from. Oh my God. Sane. Awesome. Awesome. I don't know where to go from there. We'll just keep. If you give it a pause, countless users typing that into Google right now. My name is Dan and I work at giant bomb dot com. I've been on a bunch of giant bomb casts..
"mr hans" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"This is the boyfriend because he's pissed about last night or whatever, and he cuts, it's amazing. I'm sorry, a dog cuts. A man's breaks run this. Dog should talk this. You're right. It should talk girl. Oh, man. Yeah, the dog like coming up on the Rowley thing out. The car, a Rowley thing that mechanics would use. Right. It's actually this do. So we see like when the kids take the dog out. Perry has some dude. They're like doing something to the car and he's like, oh, I need the whatever cable or something like that. And the dog picks up the correct thing and gives it to the guy and the guy's like, say, what? And I'm like, no, no, no, that Doug is biting into this delicate piece of machinery, dude, like change that out. I would love it. If it's, you know, he the guys driving. He gets the car explode the dog like puts his hands together. Excellent. On that note, could I walk you through what happens with this? You get a shot of the car and the dog sees the car and you know that he's going to do something. So then it cuts to this guy Perry driving away and there's like an ominous. Fuck and truck behind him, like honk into get behind. I was certain the dog was driving the car. I was like one hundred percents. And that fucking dog is going to play. HotWired a big rig. And if that happened, then I would accept that this is a horror with that would be amazing and you know what that dog could pull it off? No, it's just some stranger with with their dog and they pass him and then he doesn't have breaks. That's the weird yet. He, let's just another dog that's barking at this guy. It's so strange eastern fucking mutt and he's he narrowly doesn't die in this break accident. Meanwhile, this kid Rudy is like, oh, I want to show max to my dog and like after he ate a cat, like I don't want to hang out with this cat three pre can also these are even if it was after cat. These kids are Derain. That's good. These kids should be put down their serial killer. Yeah, they're fucking backyard's, a squirrel, graveyard. But yes, before before the whole capping happens, he's like, oh, here's my dog or whatever. And it's like a lady dog and whatnot. And this max is like, horny is fuck. So after he kills that cat, he just had a nice meal. Now he's ready to fuck. He runs back to his house and this is the this is incredibly strange accused in this insane. It's like you have your like bad chick awhile. Wild kinda shit for a little bit, but then like what they're doing is they're broadcasting to the audience that the female dog is terrified by this and the play puppy love. Yeah, yes. Yeah. But then they have max is like there's a triumphant score because after that, the dogs like walking down the street and it's like bo-bo Bapu overdue Obana, Pat, and the dogs like just fucked. The whole zoo is more wholesome than that seen. I'd rather have thanksgiving with Mr. hands. Rest is soul, Chris as the zoo. I totally wholeheartedly agree with you. Mr Hans die. What year was late. Late night Renault. This her hands didn't live to see nine eleven. Well, you spared it usually bring up? No. I was wondering if maybe they put his brain into this dog into a horse dude when that being appropriate, I guess. But yeah. Yeah, that was the horse and thoroughbreds. Also, this is also on his walk homey fucking year, and at a fire hydrant in the fire hydrant leg starts melting? Yes. It's just like, well, okay, it is impossible done to five. All those towers go down. It could. It could have spurred a lot of things in him. Oh, do you think that's when it started. Was he interested in horses before nine. Eleven? Eric. I just know about the movie. Grand life of just trying to find out if all those all that stuff about those those horse soldiers. Picked it in the recent film with Michael Shannon, if that may be got them hot like interested. I think she saw those towers go down. He understood the absurdity and frailty of human life and who lick dude. That's it. We're fucking horses. You know, here's how I choose to list. Not mad, but in this..
"mr hans" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"A wire on that the real quick miami underscore melt says what blends a coffee are you making i mean we'll offer you know a light medium darker but the in in what i do i like boulder coffees i like deep roasti coffee so you'd give me on the darker spectrum i don't like weak ass coffee it's gonna be you know a bald tastes will coffee i taste us at all of them so even the light roast is gonna be a little on the boulder side it's delicious shit is what i'm telling you oh god this where people cracked me up vega ball and would you rather watch fifteen minutes of mr hans video and he dies or of three rounds of seeing funk fighting you're crazy man fucking news go l one when if ever is your episode of this not having coming out i'm on season what are they are now five or six five i'm season six so there in early nineteen i have no control over that what does he jim hair down eric young seventy five all my fight oriented questions are lame so what day of the week is best and a time what day of the week and time is best to go to disneyland you fucked up sign the weather's nice out now kids out of school now i'm not sure but they monday or tuesday monday tuesday and you gotta get the right when they opened there's no lines so if you got like i think the open at nine so you leave the house by seven parking everything you're the first one at the park you'll be you'll be able to go on where the fuck you want from about nine till ten thirty eleven ish now kids are out of school though it's going to get crazy you messed up there's an app though i forget what it is there's also a site we can see the wait times and everything like that online see how crowded is it can so crowded the they're going to take away certain hopper passes so now when you get to the park only certain days can you go to disneyland only certain days guinea california adventures because it gets so packed which in the summer i think it'd be dubbed if like their offer like premium ticket twice a week like let's say monday fridays where you have to pay this premium but there.
"mr hans" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"My name is mr nick only says don't really care much about that mr han base not to outs posey comes into score longoria comes into score it's the third career walk off hit for nick hunley two of which have come against his former team team came up through the ranks with the san diego padres so a big win for the giants last night and look this is a team that's how the giants number you gotta find ways to win different guys gotta get ready to come in and perform for this team in different guys did it yesterday tell me played a nice game shortstop i thought defensively had a good ballgame gorky surname does with a bass knocking at the top of the lineup mccutchen finally got a couple of notch austin jackson while with another base hit nice to see him coming through in the clutch he had an rbi last night as well whenever longoria continues to raise that average up to two fifty five two more hits last night of course you score that game winning run and he drove went in with that dunk little recall out a duct snort agok a ground ball with is one of those little based not for everyone gory that helps the giants come away with a win and bruce bochy said it i was i was telling you just a minute ago wouldn't have known where he was going to go if they went extra innings he said i even used by emergency catcher are emergency pitcher pablo had already pinch hit he said i know where i was going to go because you had sam dyson tony watson and already pitched the previous three days in a row so mars it gets through five eighty nine pitches so clearly on a bit of a pitch count there as they tried to get him back up to speed but overall a nice gritty win for the giants to get to fifteen and fourteen on may first and that's right it's gonna be may i love those means did you see in those days you know that instinct song over your head they've kind of knows what i'm talking about rx we'll get into a little bit more giants talk we'll hear from the skipper bruce bocce coming up and then of course the return it's not of the mac i know i know last night i was thinking the return.
"mr hans" Discussed on talkRADIO
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"mr hans" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"If you really insulting somebody's mother in if he is is it not the same way that maybe just talks to anybody else maybe was joe previews being sarcastic it was a tho fat that was taken the wrong way i mean you would think flavor flavors been around a long time and said is runins with the law but i've never heard of him getting into a street brawls or getting himself beaten up because of things he said to other people you would you would think if he's you know if he's the kind of guy walking around making making insulting remarks to to just strangers you would think he would have already been beaten up before now at a really get at flavor flavor by i'm with him i support him in this i think he was the victim here all right we'll take it down to the state of florida the hunt for a florida man accused of beating his girlfriend's threeyearold daughter with a belt and then putting her inside a heated of them as ended after he turned himself into police on thursday fortyfiveyearold terry may turned himself in at the volusia county sheriff's office on thursday evening a day after authorities launched a widespread search for him according to police the toddler suffered several injuries including burn marks on her ear and ankles as well as pelt marks on her body but the already save may was watching the little girl at the time winner mom saw her daughters injuries she paul deputies well i'm just glad at all worked out for the poor little girl but craig i hope this guy to some time beat the threeyearold and put her in saida heated of male hours a special place until what kind of a sick psycho the you the that will take you out to texas an inmate who escaped from a federal prison in texas was arrested this week while allegedly trying to sneak back in with snacks boost tobacco and food sheriff's deputies at jefferson county were tipped off that inmates were sneaking out the back of the prison and reentering with contraband twenty five year old josh hanson was spotted running out the back of the federal prison and beaumont texas on wednesday evening deputies arrested arrested mr hans of as he was trying to reenter the back of the prison is duffel bag contained are you ready for greg three bottles.
"mr hans" Discussed on Shane And Friends
"Wow you can you don't think that big dick surreal now they done to see what the agency or one that was huge and i was like this never gonna work okay next question who give me like a scary because this this questions little scary do you desire to have a monster com one similar to that of porn actors a large animals in a large astle who sit on a horse dick that will read out my insight we're not going to talk about it too much because i talked about at way too much in the last ten years on youtube but that video that horse fuck in that guy have you seen i mean i've seen the videos of a horse of of people fucking a horse because i don't think horse actually are like i'm gonna go against the person mr hans and he died from gets online from it being on their horse tick went in him and then it came and then he went australia and then a thing pops up and it says he died oh shit and he did i believe that you know what i believe it till ooh i'm one click away from learning how to get a monster kok oh here we go and what a surprise i need to put a lineup but my credit card it says that i must oh for no pills amakawa's video contain shocking sessions for low relationships booster met weren't he quits burned shattering work on the night.
"mr hans" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The if anybody can show any um sort of i guess uh uh arrested development of the internet over the past two or three years i'm open to that argument but it's really hard one to make in it's silly i mean it it it in can no one believed in and that's the thing is that there is no there's no one out there who is making a reasoned case for allowing you know comcast to uh to throw out old their competitors this is a lot of antitrust stuff that that you know would have been a lot more prominent now i think had uh trump not one well the hardest you don't need to make reason cases for anything you just do things of a new allow this hyper speed news cycle they just make them get forgotten immediately and move onto the next thing and then it just it's just one day uog under the internet it doesn't work is good or you got to pay morning like that's bullshit and you don't even remember what yeah i mean it is amazing to me i mean i try not to get an as opposed because everything is just cultural signifier zain nothing actually means anything but tom cast in time warner there are all just like the shadiest fucking companies in the world most hated among americans for shocking sock and this is like a they made the government give them local monopolies so they could build up their their infrastructure and never did it like if you go to any other country if you go to fucking spain a country of like a hundred and 38 percent unemployed at significantly better than ours and videos is just mad about leg time agum of diabets fucking bullshit it's impossible to get a fucking i'm try to unlock the fucking era soccer rifle battlefield and i'm supposed to get three multi kills is scout clause which would be easy of at a normal connection but now uh but anyway like look eh when delinquent wendy wake of and mr hans isn't over the internet and yeah i i have high five dollars year everybody owing eighty i imagine my watch mr hands it isn't may i should like our and mr into spot.
"mr hans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To seven hours my day usually is around four to five hours of rehearsal and does and what about when you're performing you go through all of that and then perform that night absolutely not at performance day shifts that dramatically we go into class in the morning and rest all day stress all day and then go into a performance one of the things that surprised me was that the learning never stops have you worked with coaches throughout your career i've worked with many coaches throughout my career but very few have really struck the perfect cord um there are a couple that i mentioned in my book that have really left you know a significant impression on me and to our russian one is at the marinsky theater in saint petersburg and the other is at bolshoi um and uh one of them for you uh still call mr mr hahn was my is my teacher when a when i was very young he really planted the roots for my classical technique and he will always be mr hahn i'm a 35yearold man in whenever i see him i still call him mr hans how do you learn a new role is the the korea agefi passed down from one dad's it to the next exactly that's the most imperative thing about classical ballet is that you don't really read notation you don't read a book to learn siegfried and swan like you learn it from someone that has danced it but okay let's say baryshnikov deaths the role and now are dancing it your body is not the.
"mr hans" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Attempted to speak with her and berger when he was leaving courtroom ease hiding his face either want to say anything uh on the other hand of course he is represented by counsel as anyone would be in such a situation has his attorney john collins been willing to speak with you he provided a statement the night that uh it was the now died uh keyed harms burger turned himself in to law enforcement yeah and that david was was was very brief saying that you know his thoughts and prayers go out to lieutenant in the other gentlemen sure her um but other than that he's been he's been you know quiet we tried talking with mr hans berger when i he was walking out with a failed bomb bid yesterday afternoon as soon as the thaw you know my photography store nb he covered his face uh and he didn't say anything you know i i kept backing repeated questions you know you know before you i even after you drive drunk there was no response i asked that there have any comment yet hired because you've got a picture of of used car in the front of it's pretty banged up yeah a in exclusive end up exclusive video and photos that we obtain a you can you can be that you know the the car that police are alleging that was used in the hidden vine um you know you t there is significant damage to the front howeidi that you know look like somebody you know why head and look like more like he hit it d r any doubt how how the front of the hood was was damage that means that the passengers died mirror with torn off the had like with bucket out uh and so you could how also doc when i was there you can it looked like black residue on the side of his car and also on the hyde which we can only assume with kwang scene investigators you know trying to collect anger praying trying to collect any evidence they can yell made new lawyer that they have a solid k blood for that matter okay i i knew you got run but i gotta ask you one more question court um we're all very very concerned about the officer who is in in serious but stable condition who was hit by a vehicle and i i.
"mr hans" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Woman who was tied into the cuban intelligence apparatus um there and there's also when fbi document gene incites uh digesting that oswald during a trip to mexico city boasted openly of planning to kill president kennedy to while we can believe oswald was full of and it still remains to be fleshed out fully what he was doing in mexico city on whether he had in fact may have received some kind of encouragement or financing when he was there so one can believe in the seoul senate and instill perhaps believe that he's part of a conspiracy uh fill in when preparing readers of politico for this released this week said one thing to keep the royal open or it's connections between players in the kennedy assassination of players watergate one of the key players watergate was a former cia officer named e howard hunt who is also a prolific spine novelist julian g gordon liddy who by the way is still alive worthy two plotters of watergate breakin they supervised at the end they recruited the five burtless who were arrested who's arrest touched off the great watergate scandal that toppled richard nixon from the present in all histories of howard hunt by including his savagely unfair new york times obituary by tim weiner the pulitzer prizewinning historian hunts career is basically sketched out that after his thought that the bay of pigs debacle 19th 1960 one mr hans career basically founders he doesn't really do much of interest for the cia until he goes over to the next administration and then and then and then helped plant water the watergate breakin of other documents that were released last night include someone be howard hunts file and they have a 1978 summary of clinched work for the central intelligence agency but notes that uh four years after the bay of pigs at which point clinched careers supposed to have just degenerated into nothing if it's ya he was personally recruited by the director of the central intelligence agency under deputy director for mission in spain but was quote operationally sensitive um and so again pointed this is that for historians of watergate the kennedy's assassination and so on uh there are many things buried into these documents that help us flesh out but lives and careers of key participants in a way that may might not make for frontpage news but wilkes hopeless correct being accuracy of the.
"mr hans" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"His name rammell to react what this is worsening braff ya brad hamilton okay okay so yet brad hamilton is debating over whether a break up with his girlfriend the whole time starts off this us he thinks successful guy because he's working at all american burger and then and then he loses the job and he keeps going into this downward spiral which is really no big deal but in terms of being in high school it's a big deal so he feels his life spiraling out of control the one girl ends up pregnant right and what's going to happen to their wares look i liked sean penn he's dealing with is he going to get pass mr hans class and graduate or is he going to be happens repeat senior year i guess killed for brek in the car vat right i mean there's a whole lot that goes on in that movie i spent the whole movie thinking that sean penn was guy who isn't county reeves and bill and heads excellent venture i did not realize and you know what it probably is maybe you've got to be a middleaged person to appreciate fast times richman heinz my icecool experience yup because it's like if you were if you were a kid in the 80s then maybe you could relate to it more but there's other content like that that i enjoy freaks and geeks is the same way it's also high school in the 80s and i love that jio though the new should love fast times over here i don't i don't know if not as good it's a great move is it osce did o forrest gump guess what done area know i'm gonna if if we talk about forrest gump i will yell and i don't want to yell because this is stupid why why should get worked up over movie but of course go ahead it won an academy award i can't remember for so did suicide squad that means nothing yes he led the rt forty kind of person we will only awards and we completely hang your head on something like that no one and all mean anything from stranger things was nominated for an emmy awards me nothing you tell me what's a good movie done to address park jurassic park jurassic shanfari is a.
"mr hans" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Later on science while tonight as a maximalist film it's an hour longer than dunkirk so he's out he's out noting nolan the shed any real nerve and it just over explains and paxson faulty much and goes for the huge themes that so i think it and k in in in the final dated as the oil through those words about guti bulled agree i mean it some i think he took about big themes but like even that i'm not even shoul obviously can't talk about the plot but almost at villa can talk about anything else because i didn't didn't even get what the theme of the film is it so set in this very interior world about his very specific idea alterior in what way in the it's kind of closed off from a kind of a more general universal read i am i've read it love reviews they've talked about how is about what it means to be human and existence and and birth and i'm not sure i got any of that really because it's very so specifically about these replicans these you know this this this kind of sifi idea this notion that i i just don't feel i can impose any of that those ideas onto a kind of onto real life that didn't resonate with me beyond that thing gum it's it's hard to explain emanates stay with us this is because it is tricky to to pay in this one of them without going into the specifics of it i would venture possibly because he's working with one of the most is the joint roja deakin ville nervous come a gone overboard on the visual side and not been as interested in exploring that it that central question which was that perhaps of what it means to be human the aspiration to be human similar themes and we will talk about a and i recently with us spielberg retro faced a similar to themes to some of the things that came up in that that's interesting 'cause when i was watching this am i definitely definitely was was thinking i wish i was watching i i mean i know that that film itself has got people who are not fans of it'll including miss mr hans.
"mr hans" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hair he might still be line out there unconscious amnesty members money at the bus driver had and combined with a guest i think we've got a case europe well this is cousins furniture store who is aware before we go in the size being the leading furniture merchant and undertake in this to cousin is also carner are the county jail lovely warm to doors about hold me glen osborne well let's go on in after known your careful mitch john cousin this is aging dyke well burn of the iowa bureau of investigation mom who came out from the mind to help us case mr hans as it down here in in place i hope i can help you saw that mystery well does back in the end of taking the brunt as listener maryn the doctors give her a 5050 chance john we got the slugs missed in though is body looks like they came out of a thirty two mambo them we'll send them done berber during the morning for complete ballistics checks what about these two men lose suspects blandly only time they were seen in turn was the day they got off the train when was an old ten days two weeks ago they as chhet no other station asian for directions to the milla's blaze kit full now miller drove inform as mrs medic give me more information about them than anyone else referring big mrs myller won't be able to give that information for a while the tall if they had already been hired by the miller's must been some correspondence between of my men certainly couldn't find and is ain't no payroll book nothing you know it's strange how the yellen and the old one seem to travel together mr miller was talking about them at the scene still a one day he had an idea they were some kin but they never ask wasn't the can there were they did their work all right monsur by quoque overdue porn sorry stationary can run a see if certain of the exact the gut oak friend gangbusters as ask the honorable peter hartmann former chief of police quincy illinois by proxy tonight skate well chief hartmann let's get to tonight's case ooh right guess.
"mr hans" Discussed on Life of the Law
"And it's the story of a son who was convicted of a violent crime and it's were his relationship with his mother and you know he's been this this person has been serving more than twenty years in prison and so we go back and we talked to the mother in the sun about how they remember how the sun got to that moment in his life when he committed this violent crime and then how they both remember those moments and and to in over the last now over twenty years she has been traveling to visit her son in prison and we move through those kind of previsit moments with her and with the sun to get to the point where they're going to see each other and now he's a grown man and she is you know a mother who misses her son and what is that light um so we hope you'll join us next time at life of the law for mother and son and to hear how they remember their lives and how they remember the crime from two very different points of view but before we sign off on in studio this week i wanna ask britain batorfi to share some of our comments from our listeners from the last in studio in from our last couple stories thinking anti i'm just going to have read out one email that we received from one listener would tom hans i apologise if i have said that name incorrectly and i'm sure that i have but this was at in relation to our conversation last time after radio silenced about net neutrality and i made some statements about what i thought net neutrality meant and he has corrected me mr hans is a lawyer and teaches at the university of michigan vasco in teaches the clinic there and he specifically said that.