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"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"That that field goal that they took withdrew was five yards closer than it was with teddy. You weren't gonna kick like a fifty seven yard or with with what would have been with teddy. You wouldn't do that in a preseason game so drew's fifty one fifty two yards to me. That's how i justify that but still it's an evaluation. I wish that they would have let drew. Go out and have the same opportunity. Yeah no no no doubt about it. It'll be interesting to see from this point on. Preseason though i mean let's take the good side of this either way this goes i mean i know there's going to be fans that are bitter but you gotta feel pretty good about this. Accurate covered the broncos a lot. You've covered a lot of games and we always say the same thing every year. It's preseason it's preseason well. How many nuggets of greatness do you take out of that and say i think this translates. Yeah and especially when we talk about the quarterback position brady you know. They've tried to get the case. Keenum the joe. Flacco the trevor simian. They've tried to make all of these guys work and the way that they sell these guys in the way that fans get behind. These guys is by hearing. They're a game manager. All they have to do is be a okay. Good and the defense will take this team to the playoffs. Well teddy is actually showing that he can be that and showing that he can be so much more so i don't think anyone expects teddy bridgewater to look like he did in the preseason. Going up against backups. When he's actually going against starters he's not going to have one hundred and forty one passer rating but isn't that a good place to start brady. And then when he's going up against starters if he comes down to one hundred passer rating ninety five passer rating. Then we're talking about okay. This isn't just passable. This is good enough to really compete for the play offs and be pushing in november in december. So i you have to be just thrilled and on top of that. The defensive side of the ball boy. They gave up a first down in that. First drive to the seahawks. And i thought oh my gosh. You're not going to tell me that. A fourth string quarterback is going to go up against the broncos first team defense and get points on the board and then the defense that absolutely not. That's not gonna happen. They haven't allowed to touch down. What we're talking about the starters or the backup the entire preseason. You couldn't have asked for a better preseason and now are we saying that it's going to translate the thirty two three wins in the regular season. No but are we saying that. We've really liked what we see from the stars and we really liked the depth and this team looks deeper than they've been in a very long time zach. We'll get into more of this when the decision is made and i know there's a lot of roster spots to talk about but when when you look at the situation with if in fact it is teddy and let's just say teddy knocking on wood here stays healthy and maybe this team can get into. The playoffs drew lock somewhere else. Next year i have to imagine The because it will just be. That'll be the broncos doing right by drew if he doesn't play this year doesn't get to anything and if if the broncos go with petty and less teddy gets injured or is terrible. Andrew comes on and plays really well. You gotta think that the future per drew is not in denver starting to feel that way if that's if that's in case that are in fact the decision last jonathan cooper. There's been a lot of good surprises. A lot of other players to follow. We saw really some greatness from this guy..

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"I don't think he's going to name locked starting quarterback this week i expect it to be teddy named as the starter this week or let it go one more week but brady i just don't really know what you gain from letting it go one more week because you're going to be going up against third and fourth stringers. The with the rams sean mcvay does not let his top players play and then put on the fact that it's the final. Preseason game i mean what are you gonna find out in this final preseason game. You're probably not going to be able to get any good evaluation for either of these guys. So you probably should make your decision now to get jump started on week one and start building chemistry between whichever quarterback you choose and the rest of the offense zach like you think. A lot of people were surprised that we haven't had an answer just yet. Let me ask you this. Maybe two questions maybe follow up after this one does vic no I think he does. And i think he's been i think he's been leaning Toward teddy for for a long time and drew made it tough after that. First preseason game but look what we saw drew needed to be consistent and show that he can do what he did in that first preseason game weaken and we didn't have to be the same performance but he had to be really good and show pocket presence employs. We didn't necessarily see that. But we did see that from teddy bridgewater. His staff have been phenomenal. But the two things that really stood out is he is poise and composure in the pocket. That's what vick wants. That's an nfl. Starting quarterback in the second thing is brady teddy had four drives in preseason. He scored every single one of them. He had three touchdowns and one field goal. That may be the most impressive stat. It's all right. So how do you think and again i. I agree with you when you're looking at the body of work through those two games at least and again you've been at practice you've been assessing you've been keeping score but when you just look at the games. Yeah teddy because of the first game teddy was right there. He came right back and he battled closely Maybe drew one that one and looked perfect but teddy was right there. This last saturday no brainer was all teddy but that all being said and the way that this has progressed and i want to get into some of the play calls from saturday to how do you think coach. Fangio has handled this very important quarterback battle. Yeah i think. I think we're still in the process of evaluating that radio if he lets go on another week and then chooses teddy again. Then you'll say well why is he waiting on If it goes on one more week you really gotta think they just really want to see it from drew that would be them pulling for drew But i think i think for the for the most part. There's been some mixed messages from fangio. That's probably been the most confusing part. It seems like at times the goalposts have been moved of what needs to happen for a guy to win but vicks at it's beginning of training camp. He wants to be a quick decision. And i think he knew that it wasn't going to be a quick decision and now we're finding out. It certainly is not a fast decision. And i thought it was interesting. How you know. It just seemed like a lot of times when you guys ask questions especially about drew. He would kind of more the answer into hey teddy's looked really good and then when you guys would ask questions about teddy. He stayed on teddy so to me. That was either a no brainer..

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Pleased bears fans anyway if they can just hang around a little bit. I think this is my hunch anyway brady. I think they're gonna move the football. I really do. I think with dylan quarterback and some skill positions and some really good depth. That seems like it wide receiver that they'll be able to move the foot and some maybe some improvement upfront with their offensive line. Be able to score some points. I just don't know if they can stop anybody and that's going to be. I think the real key for them especially moving forward apple to see you game and they get into conference schedule You could probably move the ball with dylan. Mccaffrey quarterback and score some points. But let's hope outscore the other team. Yeah and that's the thing like you said the defensive side of the ball. We got the quarterback at least on paper. It looks like the bears. Have the quarterback for this conference feels like some other things might take care of themselves but defensively. Yeah you do ask. What are the strengths of this defense. I know transfer rj pots coming in from cincinnati. Big name but of course you know you do wondering back your my okay. Why didn't it work out there. And what is the fact that it didn't work out there but it could work out here. Different conference different different level of football. Yeah exactly and there's there's a different story for every player in that roster. There's no question about that. I think there are some transfers talking some people grady Who came in thinking. This is a former. Nfl wide receiver now coaching especially. If i'm on offense. I'm loving to see what he dials up. So let me transfer just to be intrigued and get a chance to play. And it's like his son dylan. He didn't he wasn't gonna get a chance to play a whole lot so he's going to transfer and if you're going to transfer one not go somewhere. You're going to play like unc from michigan or somewhere else but be intrigued by the head coach. Because i'm guessing he could probably get some pretty good offense plays lined up for you. Feel on that side of the football we're talking to gerry. Schimmel the voice of the unc bears. Jerry is this dynamic with ed. Mccaffrey is the head coach. Max mccaffrey's offensive coordinator dylan is a quarterback. I mean you've been around a lot of different teams. Have you seen a dynamic quite like this. no. I haven't not not head coach assistant coach and player night at all. I don't build. It's happened too often in college courts Here's what i do. Think about. Brady a little bit and i don't think it's going to happen in this case and i have a hunch it's going to be the opposite but usually these head coach player. Things don't work out real. Well i mean they just. They just don't seem to fit. We saw it. See you several years ago George karl when i was doing the nuggets always wanted his son on the roster and i always try to tell george man. I just don't think that's a good idea. I mean it never seems to work out. And the general manager of the team With with the nuggets off the same way and never signed his son and he was always the the twelfth or thirteenth guy for some other team but it never seems to work out very well. But i just got a hunch. This is different Just watching not sure. Exactly why breath. But just i think it was watching dylan after. He got the first two series and he'd wrote for two touchdowns and then he was done for the day last saturday but he run over and talk to the defensive players and greek guys coming off the field and talking to the thirteen guide..

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Big fan duel guy draft kings or any of the gambling. I don't know if that's personal question nowadays commercialized so you have an account. Yeah i have an account. Okay well do you wanna know my real the real story on this. Yes i tanner. Swint of noko now told me that if you get in the first time and they give you like fifty bucks to gamble with sweet all right. I signed up. But then you have to enter your credit card. I right of course. I'm leery of the. I'm a ninety year old guy trapped in a thirty five year old's body terrified of technology. I don't trust it Although i have the cell phone and i have all the stuff. It's just you know. If i have to injure a credit card numbers scares me so i said no. I don't think do this take me off of it. I emailed them and said. I decided i don't want an account. And so my wife and i sorta talking and she's of course into bitcoin right and i know you kind of i don't know. Do you know anything about bitcoin. I don't know anything about it. She claims she doesn't know anything about it. Either but she's like interested in it and so she's investing a little bit right so far. It's pretty good. Yeah so i said okay well. You know less about bitcoin than i do about sports. I know well has the listeners can attest to. I know pretty much everything when it comes to sports right almost pretty fair ninety percent so i said you know let me do this fan duel thing and when you get married and all that stuff it becomes a let me 'cause got st. bank account. Yeah she can look and go. what are you doing. Petting on the broncos that was a five point spreads idiot no so we decided to give it a shot this year. Nice so i reached out got my. I forgot my password. Of course because i have eight million passwords now and they have to change all the time because people keep breaking into them so go in. I tried to change my password. So the send me an email right code to get in all that said because you were you you you. You signed out last year. We still have your account memorized of course in the system. But you said you didn't wanna do it. Can we ask why the change of heart seriously that email. that's weird. just take my money. I have money in my wallet ready to spend today. I was going to bet on the broncos to win the preseason game on saturday. And i said i'll tell you the reason. My wife gave me permission. Can we get this thing rolling. So i've yet to hear back like come on. Is that not do. I need a written note from elementary school. All the sudden. That's super fun anyway. The point of this is this morning. The denver post had.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Oh, yeah, I got my Cobra Kai T shirt on. It's my favorite T shirt. It's lucky, and I'm going to bring the sun's another win today with it on. All right, So now I gotta shift gears. Cobra. Kai. Did you watch the Did you watch the series? Daniel son? Of course. I mean, it was great, wasn't it? Oh, my gosh. The resin greatest show ever the references back to those movies for our generation. I understand that people that don't get it, but for the people that watch those movies What a hysteric. I loved every minute of it. How do you think Chris Paul got back into the game? Mr Miyagi. Mr. Miyagi, put those hands together. Yeah, started. You know that Z how you do it? I didn't know. I didn't realize you were such a fan. I I thought I was the only one who watched that. And I love that show. I watched and I binge watched. I was the one good thing about Govind 19 years. We had the opportunity to binge watch a lot of stuff. Yeah, Way. Watch that. It was great. They're coming out with another season. They had, like, three or four seasons. Yeah. Yeah, it has been terrific. And and the and the cheesiest fights with The kids and the Marlins stuff. It's so good. I know. I know. It's so good. So I've got my Cobra Kai T shirt on and I'm ready to cheer the sun's up. Yeah, I am too. You know, I think the town is getting excited Honor. If you are the breaking news a minute ago after tonight's game, they're gonna be increasing the next game at home for the sons to 16,000 fans in the arena. I mean, why? Why not? Yeah, it did You go 3000 more. Yeah, It's incredible. I mean, but I don't get it. Why don't you just go all in? I don't know. I have no idea. Are we waiting for people to get vaccinated? Because I'm over that If you're not vaccinated at you, that's on you. I think you I don't I don't get why you do 16 and not 19. I guess Maybe there's not much of a difference. But I don't know why you wouldn't open it up. Maybe it's just the optics. We don't want. You know, we don't want a full arena. We want to make sure people are safe and I'm like, Hey, at this point, there's only one person I could make sure you're safe. That's you. If you go get the vaccine, you're safe and you're risking it. Amen. What's your question this morning? Here we go. Here we go. What are we most likely to see Tuesday in Game two of the Suns Lakers playoff series. All right. Hey, the Suns win be Ah, Lakers win. See LeBron flopping around like a fish. When you take it out of water. Can we go with two of those? Can I go Suns win and the fact that we're gonna see LeBron flop Would like that. I think that's fantastic. Yeah, and I think that's gonna happen. I know the Suns win this game. The Syria is over and my pig. What was that? What in the world was, you know that? I know what that was. What was it? Was detoured and detoured. Add up. I want to just say I want to ask him right now, if he burped teacher, Dad, did you just burp on the air? I don't know who that was. I don't know where that came from. I don't know what may I haven't eaten yet? Wasn't me. So how many times you heard that in a conversation wasn't me running May Esso? All right. So here's the question I have for you. Where are you gonna watch the game? Watch it. I'm having a party and I'm not inviting you this time. I don't blame you. It's my punishment. Listen, there's a lot of times I want to fight with you, but I can't. I have no argument. What I did was horrible. I owe your wife a huge apology. I owe you an apology. And I'm never gonna live it down. Yeah, I think you're probably right. You've been banned from the house. It's not me. It's my wife. She banned you said if he didn't come the first time we're banning him so well, you know. Well, I'll see if I could get you all that banned list and, uh, you know, hopefully there's a second round so you could You could kind of, you know, make it up to us. I will do my best. How's that? All right, Thanks. Tell you showed us up belching on the air. I really have no idea where that came from. But that was about Ray GIs. I'll see you. Thanks. Gate of The big Q poll question of the day brought to you by your valley Toyota dealers, but that burp not so much brought to you by the Valley. Toyota dealers. I have no idea where that came from. In a moment. What we're going to talk about is the economy. There's a mixed bag that's their inflation is on the increase. Housing prices are causing await, You know the wage gap or the wealth gap? We're gonna talk about some good news as well. So stick around for it, but first Tombstone Tactical. I was just talking with Brian over Tombstone Tactical. They have got 100 radical A R 15 and stock for just $594. If you're looking to get any ar.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:56 min | 11 months ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Of the karate kid, Ralph Machi o, who was Daniel son? And of course Mr Miyagi has passed on. But here we are. Years later Cobra Kai Daniel son, who he thought it gives Johnny back in those back in those days where they're older. Now they get kids now and you start seeing older. Other characters from back in the days goes more in depth and Ursula, but we need to talk about is this We have been missing this type of TV. You know what it is? Okay. The secret to good TV is a little bit corny. You need a little bit of corny When you say things like, Oh, that's not realistic. You know what? Maybe it's not. But sometimes it's good for your imagination. And by the way, another number thing that we've been missing the music the quote If you call it, I don't call it corny music. It is good music to me when and when they play field Collins last night. Oh, I was so happy. So when I saw a lot of people posting about Cobra Kai, So is it a big hit? Man. Yeah. Yes, yes. 27 minutes and episode there's 10 episodes in season three. And I warn you, I'm gonna warn you right now. If you have chores to do Aaron, you need to run or things you need to accomplish. Don't start Corber Chi. Until you have done those things because I promise you, you will not move. You have to know. Karate kit, did you did you have to be a karate kid fan to be able to appreciate Cobra? Kai? Yes. I'm not gonna lie. That's I'm not knocked me out. No, I'm sorry, Ursula. I polish body chops me out. Come on. Now. Do I think you still you might just think it's corny. Like for example, I love gardening. I'm nervous. See? I don't know if you've ever done this before. Have you ever set your Children down and say Hey, hey, come watch the show. We used to love this show. And then your kids are looking at you like You really like this crap? Okay, We're working, working to do that this weekend. I asked both boys because they're Eric's gonna go back to college in about a week or so. So this weekend's gonna be our last weekend together. We're gonna watch my favorite comedy. The movie vacation with Chevy Chase. I thought it was so dang funny and I want to see just If they would think it was funny. I was about their age when I washed it. Or maybe maybe a little bit older, but I thought was the dang funniest thing. So I want to see if they're gonna appreciate it too. Okay, but kinda look, Ursula, you're gonna have your kids like to you. They're gonna go Mom. That was great. No one will not like. One of whom will tell me the truth. Air Even Eric is Eric a line exactly. Stephen. Stephen. The type of you like that was great, man. It's terrible. Yeah. What was your favorite show? Coming up here? This one. Here's the.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Me. I was bobby eat. I am not washing. Should you wash your stakes before. You cook them stinks. Water runs water out of stakes. I do that thing open. Soap awesome his. Yeah or a prepared this faith supposed to wash your chicken. Watch how she raw chicken before cooking. Can rick increase your risk of food poisoning. That don't wash it. That's basically just asking for more choline. Salmonella water from washing chicken under a tap can spread the bacteria onto hand work surface clothing and cooking equipment. So no yeah you just don't be stupid. Don't wash your wash your today marks fifteen years since the world loss. Alleged recipes died. You want to say anything nice. You know it's always bittersweet day for me recipes. Mr miyagi i think overcast coming back next month hopefully already if they had any balls. Drop it today from yagi. Either december january january for pet for pat morita Became his real name isn't biaggi.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Boy. Yeah, I like it. I make it easy to rap over. You know, it's not too fast doing it as one sure. All right. Okay course My name is alright. And I'll say congratulations, Biden. Congratulations. That was terrible. And I I don't want I don't want to call anything This beat seems hard to rap over really slow. You want Teo? There's gonna slow with those little fast trickles in the middle O. That's what does the fast trickles give my concession wrapped? Ready? Peanuts and Cracker Jack. I coming back. That's concessions. You know, my rap is all that's very over. I thought it was easy for something. This one was lying. Main make relaxing. 77 579 to 5. Mr Miyagi up in this small trees. I say bonds among the effort. Cooper Kat till we die. What? What? Strike first? No mercy. You heard me Make your concession rap now. You say wax on we.

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Jackie Aina: From U.S. Army Vet to Beauty Influencer

Just The Sip

13:20 min | 1 year ago

Jackie Aina: From U.S. Army Vet to Beauty Influencer

"I've been running into this woman. Unread carpets for the past two years and I've been begging her to come on justice sip because she's got one of the most interesting stories. You guys please welcome beauty influence extraordinaire. She is the Serena Williams of the beat. Jackie I now I got Jackie Jackie. Hey Jackie Jacob Jacob could take a Juki. Check your jacket. J. T. How's everybody yes to your first just to say. Yeah. I know I'm excited. I'm interested in you because you came up on my radar a few times in the beauty industry doubling in a good way in a very good way. But I have to say you. Beauty bought bloggers got more drama than a real housewives of Atlanta episode. Are you kidding me like it's? I don't know why why it's been like that like I feel like it's progressively got crazier and crazier in the past four years. And I don't know I don't know what the catalyst that I was. But you're shook we're in this and we're so too but I'm shook because I it's not like you just having this spat on mine. It's in Glamour magazine. It's on the Newark. Graham says see massing but what happens when you guys to be honest because I always say like on the beauty influences situation. Grandmother is of the island descent. So like would we see somebody who's got the energy online when we see you and we want to do they never pull up. What what is it like when you see these people like in? It's like nothing because they're not about that life so I'm here and you're there and we're clink clink and I'm waiting okay. That's what I thought. I have more champagne thank you yes yes no. I mean I love very and you know also like I'm thirty two so for Youtube. I know this is going to sound very dramatic but for Youtube. That's like a little older. Yes so a lot of the people who are like considered my peers like ten sometimes even fifteen years younger than me. So let's talk it out. Let's you know if there's an issue that's the small issues I've had with fellow other influencers and every time I've tried to like be the bigger person and talk about those things. It's just the my okay so this was just like not really what it was like the cloud in the PR. Sometimes people do sometimes. People really are like attention obsessed and I feel like we see that Nachos with beauty like we see that with like even like talk. I'm like hall like these. Take these tweets Algebra book. Like what time is it like in school or something but yeah a lot of people and I feel like that's just? The wave of social media in general is that people just love the attention. That's why they're there and you know people say things sometimes just for the reaction I I swear I feel like some people like to be cancelled. But how long did it take you to realize this because you're even in the beauty space ten years eleven? Technically this eleven years. How long did it take you to realize that people just want that attention? So they'll come for you. Go try to beat you into that. I mean I would say the first time I ever had like any somewhat spats with anyone was probably like not really until recently like three or four years ago and you know you just it just becomes a like you said what you said. I said what I said. I'm not going to engage. You know I'm not going to egg it on. I'M NOT GONNA further encourage it and also I think it just depends on the magnitude of like what's happening so there's things where it's like. Oh I didn't like that video whatever like mocking and then there's bigger things where like if you say something about me that affects like not just me but like people in my community. Yes and I'm going to speak up and it's not gonna be like a Opel. It's going to be like a well. Let's actually talk about. Let's breakdown let's break this down. And make this teachable. You know what I mean before we get there because that is a big part of your platform is that you gotta take. It is that you speak up for people of Color in the beauty of logging industry. Because there's not a lot of you. Yeah there's not a lot of black women. How is that possible because the prize be surprised? I feel like the biggest hurdle that I had had to overcome with my growth was. Youtube is very visual. So when you're on online and you're scrolling through four page looking at people's thumbnails subconsciously when people see a black girl or a black guy we're talking about like four or five years ago. It's gotten a lot better. And people got an open more now but like back then it was like oh she doesn't really look like me. So why would I watch that video where I would get like comments from some of my followers and they would be like non black people and they would be like yeah? My friends are always like why? Do you watch that black girl on Youtube like she doesn't look like you think about how that translates offline as well like do you have non black friends in your social circles. Do you engage with black people in your everyday encounters at work so and people really think like that whereas I feel like I don't know if it's just like a culturally like a black people thing but like we tend to engage with everyone because we're open to it but sometimes it's not always reciprocated. Millie and and so literally translates onto YouTube. And that a lot of people who look like me have my complexion on the darker side. They are people are looking at them now and its beauty so everything is visual with being right so they WANNA learn how to apply a foundation but they think they have to literally watch someone who looks exactly like them doing it but not necessarily not necessarily. Because I mean if I'm teaching got a contour like if you already know the colors you're gonNA use. I'm teaching the technique you know what I mean. You're watching me from my personality. You're watching me for the technique if I'm reviewing a new skin care product. Why does it matter? If I'm black away it doesn't really matter. They're not I mean now. Of course I understand to some extent you WANNA watch someone who looks like you. You WanNa Watch someone who relates to you. But that shouldn't be the only you know the only barometer for like enjoying some content thing or two about your eyebrows but by the way y'all still live from US anyway for. Oh yeah yeah floors the blogger. Yeah which makes it like kind of even a double edged sword because it's like black women are literally like one of the most copied and emulated people on the planet. Yes but they don't want to consume that constant from us they wanna consume it from someone else. Who's sure you would rather go to see it. The girl learn it from me instead of. Just come into the master himself like why would you go to Daniel? Signed with? Mr Miyagi is sitting right here. That's how people think it's crazy but who do you think three million people tune in to your Youtube Channel? Because obviously you've broken the mold. You've obviously fought through the race situation. How did you finally get to that? Which is still present though like I still get it all the time even at three point two million seriously like you'd be surprised like I still give comments on my videos and they're like why do you raise and it's like dude. I've been here eleven years like are you getting the like change can change. It is what it is like. This is what's authentic to me and I credit much of that because it's consistency thing so it's always been something that I talk about so it's always something that people have had a chance to. You know like at writing or it's not surprising. I laid allow I have those conversations like when I hit a million when I hit a million youtube there was literally no one darker than Tan. That had ever done that before. And Youtube. And the beauty world others honor them comedy gaming. They're different but on the beauty world. Huntingdale was many this was. I think I got a million late. Two Thousand Sixteen. That is so embarrassing. That in two thousand six hundred twenty sixteen there was no one darker than Tan. That's crazy in the beauty space that had hit over a million subscribers. That's insane I know but it happens because a lot of people are just you know just so closed off to like what they could open like. They just weren't open minded. It's very simple. They weren't open minded and like I all. I had those conversations. I put it out benefit why you know Darker Tan over. It's weird and like a lot of people were like. Yeah I never thought I never noticed that. And it's like let's talk about. Why have you found that? In the last four years darker people have follies Alma Tricia. Bright Grass is like well over three million. Now Nima -taying hit over a million like there are so many women that Shalom I think yeah. I think she hit a million as well. My fellow Nigerian sister. She'll black the Nigerians do not around lay amp peak mill. Hit over million to. She does more like hair and beauty and stuff like that so you open the door. I mean like to me. It wasn't about like of course like who doesn't want to be the first. The first is epic sad that you were the first exactly exactly and to be completely honest with you. I remember the first time I ever talked about this video. What I said was like honestly even if it wasn't like I just need to see that it's possible. Yes like some black women just needs to see that it can be done. And if they aren't seeing it they're not going to believe in themselves they're not gonNa have that inner motivation because it's passed how it's because it isn't because history has shown us that isn't because media is showing us that it isn't because the mainstream you know what's mainstream showing us that it isn't so if we don't get an example. Then how are we going to break down my barrier ourselves? No one hundred percent but I also wonder. 'cause I like to play devil's advocate and also like to wonder though Because you've been so outspoken. About having people of Color and darker skin tones with beauty brands with big lines with big retailers. Like that's been your mission and you have been stake standing firm on that line. Do you feel like you've lost money in las opportunities because people don't want to go with the easier option absolutely now. I don't feel like that problem because the doors opened like the conversations are way more like conversation and they also don't WanNa drag. They have to kind of like me that you know. Meet that standard because I love. Social media makes it a requirement now like they don't accept sub par they don't accept not embracing ride complexion ranges. Like they just don't accept that twitter is waiting. Twitter is sweeter black. I'm black and I'm going anywhere nearby. Let me stay on this. I have a love. I have a lovely really because sometimes I'll be like yeah we. They didn't deserve. It was nice not to go to beer literally legs. No when they wake up and they're like we ready to drag somebody. Who are we gonNA drag today on his hand? Witnessing it is bad just like scrolling. They do him pates. Beat them right now. You don't like twitter. Gail black twitter. That was bad. That was bad. Was it black tutor for her or I feel like people collectively. Yeah but I'm collegue. I go into black twitter because I have the most access to the most access to black twitter. Yes but you can also like Google black twitter and see like there's this and then you get the right ups possible compile. Basically they'll take all the shadiest tweets and do the write ups and it's like Oh has bikes. Whatever you know. I've been come by. I've been come by Stan. Twitter black twitter lake wine twitter. I'm sure there is one I mean at this point i. It doesn't like it just can't get any worse than like what I've already experienced like at this point. It's all the same to me now. I've literally little. I would say pretty pretty much every group that you could think of as competitive and sometimes it's like not even intentional like I'll say something like oh I didn't like this. Oh one time freaking What was I Damn Superhero movie with the? Dan knows where he wears the ring. Oh you're talking about a insurance. I was like yeah. It was good but I didn't really think it was good. And then the avengers hive came for me me. Is I think tank him. Glue down before you snatch off my lace nine thirty in the morning and you let it dry that it they're like hey we know y'all then we know you like ten hours of sleep wake you up at seven point five and let you know how we worth when you have you ever been woken up to a dragging like you. Just wake up you pick up the phone and you're like Jackie today each Jackie. I tweet it one time. I'm going to tell you I'm GonNa tell you drag you. Let me let you know. I tweeted because I bought like these beyond say tickets. They were like four seventy five a piece like three but good seats. They were good okay. I was ready but then beyonce was on the Mrs Carter Tour in

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"I was like. Oh and now we're talking. You know where she's like. Oh bullshit I don't have to due at Marvel says anymore. Let's make everyone fat black and Asian awesome and bitchy and like great. Let's go with it and that really. It helped me start to see like. Oh my gosh. Of course. Of course there's limitations when you're in this hyper commercial setting versus a more independent setting well and then also like the comics and art in general is really reflection of your time. So it's really a reflection of the things that are going on to you personally you but also the things that you're dealing with in your world and when you're working for a giant corporation Ak Disney you end up in that situation where your your perspective doesn't matter though what everybody in the consumer is saying that they need that. That's what's going to matter. I mean it's like them taking the ancient one in turning her into a white woman. You know China like that's they're like no we were selling to them so we have to cater to them. We can't actually show a character after and be true that character's origin because we have to make money when I think the other way I've heard it described as yes that's one direction -ality the direction to think about is the people who are in charge of these companies are racist are homophobic. Our classes are sexists. The list goes on so they can justify themselves with the market market and say no. Oh my God. We could never acknowledge that Elsa might be gay we can imply we could never. Oh my God I can't be gay. It's frozen because no one watch it in China and it's like okay but you're also an asshole and that's I'm been noticing patterns with that with the Disney remakes and how they're putting diversity in but they're putting diversity in a way that erases history. I'm really not okay with because it. Just you can't erase history and like the new lady and the tramp that so my husband hated it can be loves lady in the trump and it was pretty bad if they had retold lady and the tramp in Modern Day it actually would have been way better but because they tried to retell it back in Victorian Times go. They did that but they made darling a black woman and then they made her family like black an high-society Victorian New York so it was Kinda like that's like interracial couple in Victoria and New New York. No that would not have happened like and they had a nice house and everything and her aunt. Sarah is like this Super Victorian in lady like their big money. I was like that's not like in our history. That's not something that would have been. Okay there there's a lot of struggle that people went through in that time period that you need to acknowledge because it happened. It seems like some sometimes what we take as a request for representation and people are like. Oh I'll just paint rainbows and skittles just be fine and I think it amazing counter example which the rights of which are problematic. And we can talk about. Mostly Sarah is. Watchmen watchmen is grappling with race. In a way that the world of watchmen watchmen wouldn't under Eleanor's control and love you more. Don't be mad at me and but it really is taking it seriously and saying like what would would it mean. If a superhero won the Vietnam War. It would mean something. It wouldn't just be like uh chuck history on and then to say like what would they be like to have superheroes who don't look like people are supposed to So I think there are better ways to grapple with these issues and we're just we're and that's an alternate history not saying that things are gonNA be exactly like they are now with the parallels or what makes it so potent would make it when you watch Regina King thing fight racists. You're like book. Those chose like our world is only slightly different but also terrifying. And that's I think that that deals with the problems that we have versus excluding them. Yeah it's the band aid because we have. We have diversity and black representation in a big Disney movie but we just you know negated. The fact that in history this would not have happened and Disney has a habit of doing that where they're like. Yeah the we were super crazy racist because Disney was super crazy role. He's a product of his time and I mean Donald Duck were swastika. Turn as a Nazi like those are things that happened the I feel like need to be acknowledged because where they are now it shows growth. It's nine we've always been you know. Happy Perfect Little Disney. And we didn't actually need to grow for many struggles. Were were perfect. The WBZ started running before some of their old cartoons. I don't know if you've seen this disclaimer. It says these. These are representations of the time. They're going to be things in here. That are not okay by our standards today and I I pardon me. Stop playing that fucking cartoon like maybe we could just make new cartoons but also you know. That's an effort. But what do you think of that. I actually like. I like the idea being acknowledging it but making new cartoons like. I don't think you should erase it or revisit. It essentially because it has it's happened that's part of the history. It's part of where you got to where you are now and I don't like the racing things so like I like the disclaimer of this is a reflection of the times. So yeah there's things that are not okay here check out this new thing that we're doing and then you can go and look at a new thing that's like way way better. And it's also like just fucking higher craters where people of Color we actually know how to make it as better again. Just just GONNA come back to it. Because I've been watching it. A lot lately watchmen like when you have a writer's room that is diverse. You're going to have better results in terms of racism in particular. Yeah I mean storytelling you in general and I think that that's just really disappointing that we can't like I feel like half of us get it and then half of us but I don't understand why. Why does it matter what what someone's braces? I don't know why does it matter. You'RE RACIST WHY RACISM IS WHY on its perspective. I mean you can tell. Somebody's story but it's really not your perspective. You're you're either way you're going to put your own perspective on on that story. Oh yeah and that's I mean with Mike Kelley. It's a Hawaiian comic so I had to send it off to like a Wahoo and get a bunch of people all to weigh. In on the first time I released it. It wasn't on par with being culturally responsive and now that we're releasing it. I Have Hawaiian artists and have had people look at the story but I still acknowledged that story came from me like it is inspired by and it brings in a lot of cultural references of Hawaiian mythology and particularly the their story of beauty and the beast of like the Goddess Palay in Pool. But like it's it comes from me. It's not from a Hawaiian person. So if a Hawaiian person were to tell that story it would be very different in the voice that they use in. Even though I've had people look over it and they like it and they love it. It's it's a story of something that I fell in love with told from my perspective and I think that's really the most important thing is to acknowledge knowledge that you may love something but it is always going to be your perspective. The only way you're going to get the perspective of that community has to have that community. Tell that story readily radio until I was just thinking about that because you see that a lot with like a queer representation. You'll see like you know the straight guy who is writing and doing the whole series or something and so he's like I just speaking as a lesbian. I just don't move move if this is something that I would say or if anybody I've ever met would say or if you've ever medal as be. Oh my God i read a novel that I will name. The magicians and he literally describes Alice's breasts is heavy thirteen thirteen and I was like I would like you to come in person soon and describe to me what a heavy breast is because I've touched her breasts and glue my own dot com heavy into that one. I don't think he meant.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"Dot Gov dot. It's actually just based facing New Zealand but actually the portrait question Jason Momoa and the Rocklin just because I wanted to draw them so pretty look I look at the Rock and I'm like sometimes I'm mad about your politics but I'm never mad about your body. Don't have it in me. And then I got Jason Momoa and I'm like I'm happy about your politics and happy about win win. I don't know this is what I research. Certain things about your portrait right. Yeah I know most of the most of the portraits were just liked the way people looked her because it was a tribute to them in passing away. Actually the first portrait did was Mr Miyagi and that actually was the first strong I ever sold. I was thirteen and I did Mr Miyagi and it was in like sorry. I got distracted because my two girls right there the it was in a coffee shop and somebody on what he walked in and he saw the dry and he was actually friends with Pat Morita and it was right after he had died and so he was like. Oh can I buy that and I was like no. It was like really proud of it and it was like my first portrait really and he was like he had to fight me for it that he was like like well like I knew him and it would really mean a lot. I was like I like all right. We'll serve you better so he bought it but it was is pretty funny. 'cause I was like clutching. No I looked Pat Morita. I WanNa give it away interesting. Business model can't have my art. I love it. I'm not critiquing it. I think it's brilliant. I wish I'd known you at thirteen. Everything else was actually for sale. Except for that one thing not. Yeah Yeah I know. Especially 'cause like Mr Meagerly reminds me of my dad like my dad is just this little oughta guy. He's like he's been called Yoda and so yeah I was like no. I didn't want to sell it but I ended up selling it to him so I was. It's like you're lucky you knew him. Because if you didn't have to be hanging over your bed to this day definitely in the portfolio just because I was so happy with it yeah I love it have conventions changed a lot since you first started being involved in organizing. Yeah Yeah yeah a lot what I would like to see more of a push towards independent creators young. Also what we mentioned just with the rehashing superheroes. It's very rare that you actually have that highlight on independent definitely and then just in the convention scene. It's so much. And so many pinups and like while that is awesome. And there's this weird little gray copyright area for raise. There's not as much push for artists to actually do things things that make their own name right. They're constantly kind of doing the fan art thing and that eventually is like GONNA run out. And then they don't have a way of kind of making in their name or their art because their niche is the fan art. Right and that's I think that's something. I'd like to see. More Push. More encouragement towards creators is to actually do their own thing. Whatever that is even if it is that where they want to draw for the big companies like but they're actually doing more than just conventions to get into those drawing for the companies and the art walls? Sorry minor mini rant walls. Dr Neil crazy because the most conventions have that standard of eight feet tall and like Denver. Pop Culture does not hold that at all. There's a lot of times where those walls are like nine ten feet tall and they end up blocking people and so then they blocked with like independence. That are actually trying to get their characters out there right. Yeah I was thinking about that That I have tabled comic conventions before and generally what the deal is is you are surrounded by people who are selling like t shirts and fan art and so like you're the one comics person in like very long row of like people selling t shirts and just seems like a weird thing to experience at a Comic Convention Goes League. Yeah I mean like I love the Merch on. Yeah I'm a fan being able to see other people's renditions of their favorite characters and everything. Yeah but that's the like I think. There's that weird little little area. Where where's the line that you draw where like here's a really cool rendition of Steven Universe? And then here's also my other stuff. So you can kind of use that Stephen Universes like but I grab but then you can sell your own stories or something like that but when all the artists who are amazing artists like they're really super skills. I'd love to see them do things that are their own right. I was thinking too in Zine fest. They had to adopt a rule that was only it was like eighty percent has to be scenes at your table or something along those lines And I didn't know why people did that for a long time and then I went to one where it wasn't like that and I was like Oh because people are selling like glitter U.. You t shirts on either side of me and I didn't sell single seem like the whole time I was there. So yeah maybe they'd have to adopt something like that going forward. Yeah I don't know I mean like pop. Culture has gotten a little bit better about wanting to have more diversity besides just the fan art and then I think there's there's just like a thin line there that you have to figure out 'cause like I mentioned those Fan Art Artists Army right. They are super talented so they shouldn't be discredited as artists of course but red love for them to be encouraged to do something more than just the Phanor Definitely feels I. I'm seeing parallels so tell me if I'm way off base but between the way that some comic artists and really just doing marvel or DC work or maybe dynamite. But we loved tonight. So I'm not talking to you. But you know they really. That's what they end up doing instead of. And then they end up putting their own creative work on the back burner on the back burner on the back burner and then. Just don't get to to it and I think it's incredible that people via yellow like finding that balance right creating a remarkable amount of independent work. That is high profile. I mean she's doing James Bond coming up which is pretty incredible but at the same time. It's it's not the norm for most people who are writing and illustrating western comics. So I think it's a really good point. I think we there is space me and I want to read more independence stories. We're constantly trying to find more and more independent comics to read. So if if you're listening or if you're in the audience and you have an independent comic like send it to us like we wanna read. We want to review it. We want to help you find your audience. We talk about the them on the show too so whenever we find new ones. Yes yes. That's one I feel like most of sonnet Takada. She started out as x x twenty three drawing. Now she's got monstrous and it's when you see creators do that. There's so much more that can be said in independent comics and that's actually that's actually perspective. That's actually something that's coming from their heart that's their story. So it actually broadens the world a little bit more when you end up working for marvel and DC see. You're very stuck to their agenda. And it's Kinda the same thing in terms of comic funds when you're doing for the fan in everything you're actually stuck to the popular culture. You're not actually having that freedom to be able took express yourself as an artist in some ways because there are like the nudity things and some of the stuff that I might say something to you as an artist. You can't actually express it because you're like okay. I'm I'm the pinup artists so therefore I have to have pinups of all of marble in DC. And that's the only thing that you end up showing you don't actually showcase the stuff that might have come from your heart or your soul just like the things that you hide away and you Jain your room instead of actually being able to have an audience for that and possibly being able to touch other other people in that way totally and so. Let's look at the other half of that the consumer like what would you tell. People is the best way to support people doing their independent work as well. I honestly I think people know what they like. And just because it's not specifically Steven Universe doesn't mean that you can't not like it. It's their styles but look very similar to Steven Universe and it's kind of that being an open mind like if you love Stephen University. Somebody who's art is super similar. Why not look into their independent artwork and they're independent story because it could be very similar to Stephen University? Then it's just it's a branch off story that you get get to learn more of and then that can be your new. FANDOM doesn't mean it replaces Steven Universe is just another story that you fall in love with totally I love when I find ah comic. That's like an independent comic. That may people aren't reading or and this is like a terrible example blinking on ones. That actually no one's heard of but I remember going from Kelley Pseudo Connex Captain Marvel Marvel to bitch planet and.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"They're all over the place but I actually loved it like look more into that in kind of like they acted a little more because the the person who brought this up brought it up as a question at the very end of the presentation. So it's like oh my gosh. Now I'm GonNa go home thinking of this stuff and like making parallels it's kind of funny but I definitely want to look more into it and learn more about that because I'm also curious if that was intentional channel because of the time that it came out I think I remember reading something that Stanley that was like along those lines. Right MHM Yeah I think so so okay not a team but if you could take any character from anything any comic and he an existing property pretty and take them in a direction that you think is either better or more interesting or just knew who would you do. And where would you take them. I I've always loved x twenty three. So she's like the best mia she's been one of the characters that I loved the most especially just because of her resiliency but Also like when I started reading her was right around highschool and I actually was a cutter for a bit there because the some of the stuff that happened with my brother and seeing a superhero superhero cut themselves and actually deal with a lot of the same things that I was dealing with was super important to me because I was like this is this is like a superhero. You know these these are the characters are supposed to look up to. That are like they're supposed to be tough no matter what but then seeing a character that was tough deal with like internal pain pain and like expressing it physically. It was really interesting to me and if I were to kind of take her in a different direction I think I'd like to go away away from the new Wolverine because I'm not a big fan of the way marvel and DC kind of retailers characters. and Like I love the. She's kind of followed the legacy of Wolverine. But at the same time. It's a way to hold onto that. Copyright you know. It's a way to kind of keep us liking wolverine instead of developing developing x twenty three further and having her her own character that we can latch onto token. That's I mean that's that whole talk. I had this past week about dissecting superheroes about that about how our superheroes are actually. They maintain the status quo and a lot of the Times. They're actually like they solve a lot of problems without people actually having to solve those problems race when you have many of iron man. Who's like obviously he does all the tech and everything and he saves the world with his tech and then suddenly you have Robert Downey Junior? Who's saying he's going to claim the solve? aww Climate Change can't talk so climate change by doing some universal tech and suddenly he becomes Tony Stark and so now people are thinking that they don't have to work is hard at climate change because Tony starts going to save the world exactly and you see that kind of play out on film and in comics ally and it's kind of their way of putting a band and eight on things like we need more diversity in comics okay. Superman is now Asian. But he's still superman but he's Asian so you got your agency for like a year and sustain Mike as much as I love miles. They did the same thing with Spiderman. Like we need more black and Hispanic superheroes okay. We made Miles Morales fearless. But he's still spiderman so they didn't they did it without actually doing it. That makes sense right. I really love that point. You know it's not. I hadn't really thought about that. I mean you know. I've been thinking a little bit about a lot about how the vendors films have set up exactly what you're saying like they make us want to look for an Elon. Musk to save gave us. We just got to find the right good guy and tech. He's GonNa be the one and they're like rockets into space undoing undoing like fucking up our ability to track whether or not we're going to get hit by a meteor. Thanks John Work. Nice work iron man. I wanted to go back actually You were talking about Laura Kenyon something that I think was really interesting about kind of what you were talking about. And what I've noticed about that character and I think the storyline that they were pushing with her was for a minute. was I thought with Wolverine. There's always that like he's such a bad ass and like he gets flake rolled and destroyed and like all of this and he always bounces right back up from it and I think that's something that they really started to delve into more with Laura was her capacity you to still feel pain and the fact that she was also throwing her body into harm because that was what she felt was her job always like she was the person and who was opposed to fix this situation by just being while they might do in the wolverine saying like punches as in like punch a helicopter in the face like all of that kind of stuff so yeah Jellicoe take it out and she does actually take out a great white shark in one jerks. Just come up again. And they're all over comics. MIRA throws and Co Shark at someone America Chavis Abbas throws a shark. Woman it's like these are the things we live for. Doug Bollinger ridiculous. Yeah I was just wondering I guess that was part of Laura's personality that really clicked with me and a lot of ways where I was thinking of. How when you take a lot of responsibility on whenever never you're you know maybe like a little bit too young to take that level of responsibility on you start to find these ways of just kind of putting your body into situations and being like I'm here physically you know and this is my job to be here and like I? I don't know I was just thinking about that. And just wondering if that had anything to do with how you relate to the character. Yeah Yeah I mean. That's one of the things that I loved about. Her is that she's still had that capacity to feel pain ren what I liked about it was that they showed her being vulnerable. Oh but being strong in the next panel like she actually was allowed to process her `vulnerability and then kind of rise up and be the tough superhero but it it throughout most of her story arcs like she's thrown into situations that are common for a lot of girls especially like girls in the world today. It's like those situations seeing them actually play out and seeing her conquer them and actually get heal from them and move onto the next thing I think was super important and then when when they kind of did the whole new Wolverine Story are the still kind of touch on that with her character and now that she has like criminals sister rain on it better but of course you you they kind of. They changed her character a bit. She's more woolery. And then she is Laura Kinney right and that kind of bugs me like I would love to see more about of Laura like actually Laura's story and not so much revisiting wolverine in kind of replaying that well and like you were saying turning her into into like this masculine thing that she doesn't have to be right like she doesn't have to be what Wolverine was to be valid hero or to be so when we look up to and I think that's the same thing I just piecing together as we talk but like like you were saying miles is like miles is so influenced by Peter. I mean even look at into the spiders and and you have to wonder like Oh what could miles miles didn't have to be Spiderman. Exactly miles could be such an incredible hero in his own right Yeah it might be thinking about this for the rest of my life Vicky down the rabbit hole. Yeah no I love that please. Also under upset I was looking at your poetry or drawings of celebs and I just love them. I mean Jason Momoa my God you should go look at it Vokes Bartram and I'm just curious like how do you decide who you're drying. Where do you get your inspiration for those from? I've always loved people actually like portrait's are kind of my Lake de-stress and stop thinking about stuff. 'cause being an artist it has the capacity be very rewarding and then it also has the capacity commute very soul crushing when you deal with certain clients and when you're doing graphic design and like late paychecks and all of the crazy stuff that comes with being an artist so portrait's I've always always been able to just kind of lose myself in like drawing people a lot of the portraits. They did actually are people who passed away so have lay on their Alan Rickman and I do have a Bowie that I have not finished which I need to finish. But Leah was like it's so emotionally evocative like you can tell will you were really connected to her when you were drying it and it's like it feels good you know because I feel like live is yes. She is. Everyone's because remember but really. She's hours Mike Young Luke skywalker damn on Sola General Goddamn Ghana okay. Like I'm pretty happy about when people were like she shouldn't have been as my I was like you shouldn't be able to be near me. I of course. Of course she has the force four she has the force thank you. It's in her family. Oh we can all do whatever we want whenever we want but a a woman using the bull that is basically all the commentary on Star Wars. Right God okay. I guess you know I love that. He has done every panel. He's on there like. Oh so what's up with like Finn. And and they should Bimbo. It's funny that you say that. But that scene where rose kisses like Finn. I felt squeezed out out was like sexual harassment. A- like freaked me out because I signed no chemistry between them whatsoever. And that's like I don't know that's like a little mini pet peeve of mine when people just randomly kiss right. There's a bubble there there. There you have to feel out you can't just like rush and kissing like I can't be how things bless arose. TICO rose don't get US wrong but like I. That's interesting because that couple. I don't really know I didn't see it. Yeah I didn't see it throughout the movie. And then like seriously when she kissed him they were like really weirded me but I think if in the next one if it turned out that he didn't like her I think that would actually be a better story arc then if he suddenly was like oh I loved you the whole time. You just didn't see it trying to couple everyone off to where they're like at the end of. I'm sorry we're going to talk about voyage at the end of voyager like after they've kate spade attention now after like but making it clear there is nothing to coattail has a thing for Jane Way and then you know we all. I don't think that seven of nine and J we have we have a thing and I'm sorry if this is too obscure for everyone get over it but then at the end of the mind always always live and like even Gerry Ryan was like what the fuck like. You told me literally not to play this like we were in love and then you just shoe wanted in at the end punch somebody. Also they did on the magician's recently was like I can't even get into that. I can't even it. Sounds like every poison ivy and Harley Quinn story where they're just like they're gay and having a good time like wait. What did you mean mean are they? That's how I feel reading all of that. It was gay. They had cannon gay. Yeah that's what we have fantastic how little we ought archive of our own..

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

12:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"Yeah. He's still playing around with winter soldier. He and winter soldier lovers for life by in your back to that question. I don't really know like to learn the hard question because there is like so many depends on which university vendors. Yes I like. Oh what about like a loser teams like make your doom patrol or your agents of hate would be your like losers you would put on a team together. Oh Gosh that's even worse like you realize how many characters there are. I don't usually do the team thing. Y- I don't really do the Dream Team situation very much. You know US either. We just just decided we'd break it out. Just we've literally never questions. We Salves Superhero Dream Team. I'd probably have we'll very funny. Twenty Three Stores Twenty Danny Moon Star I think there's like pretty much every X.. C'mon on his way above most of the night crawler is like a given. What was the first x men comics? You remember reading the Wolverine One. We already thought that I got more into the the cartoon than the comics. When I was little I got more into the comics right we? That was my entry point to superheroes was well well. Linda Carter love her but as wonder woman but but really it was the animated series x men. We're like that. I can think of the entire intro it was ringtone for do do that later. Deal in that idea are sound engineer. Kate was talking about how that was unlike her playlist. Like walking through the halls in high school and stuff just demanding. And you need a different podcast. podcast hard to spell but but you can find us at detrimental dot com jokes. So God why do I always like pause. Let's make get dark but I actually sorry. I was looking at your art that was commemorative of murdered and missing indigenous women and I was wondering you just talk a little bit about the art you created and whatever else you'd like to share about that. Yeah well the that particular piece which I should have just worn that hat that scarf by the way I made that into a scarf selling radio should not. But that's okay superhero talk. The image actually started out did it back in two thousand twelve the first time and the image. That's on the scarf. Now is actually a revisit but the first image I had done because I was dealing with the stuff from my family. Like my brother and everybody kind of enabling his drug habit and not really acknowledging it and so it turned into kind of combined piece where I saw a lot of parallels between how communities deal with news like that or like issues so people weren't talking about a hearing it or seeing it and that's why there's the handprints everybody was turning a blind eye to with my brother and then I was noticing that was happening with the missing and murdered indigenous women and and now thankfully there's so many artists that are starting to do awareness pieces so now I feel like it's a topic that you know people bring up but now we need kind of the follow up the action because a lot of the Times people are doing artwork and people are talking about it but they're still no nothing being done for those statistics sperm from two thousand seven to now. There's two thousand four hundred cases that are completely unsolved and in the particular government agency that was supposed to be handling this kind of dropped. The ball they they have no information whatsoever on two thousand four hundred disappearances and murders and there's nothing being done to really follow up on that so thankfully with like the bill happening and with people people are starting to actually try and do things The average age for women go missing is a twenty nine to thirty. So it's like right in my age and and A lot of the people who have gone missing are young mothers there. They like left behind their families. Their sisters aunties. It's pretty much eighteen through twenty nine nine and so it's right in that like college age and so With the scarves I'm actually hoping to kind of partner with a a community organizations or somebody who we can kind of use the proceeds from the scarves to do something. I'm not entirely sure what that's GonNa look like yet is thankfully when I I put the put it up online and asked for all these organizations I got like forty Hawass. Oh I need to go through and figure out where the best place would be. But I'm happy that I had had that many because if it was the opposite where I didn't have anything and probably be like way more doom and gloom right now go my God people talk but yeah people do suck in you know as sometimes. Yeah but are there any organizations that you know of the can be supported easily. They they wake. You have interacted with anything that are doing things about this. There's a couple of help with the families that are left behind like the kids. I don't don't entirely remember their name shirt right off the bat but They're super good ones. Because you can donate and you can help with the Toddlers there's and younger kids who've been left behind yeah I'll have to send you guys those right now. We'll bring her ours. I cannot remember what the nowhere organizations are called. We are literally putting you in the spotlight. It's okay so who are some of your favorite bitches from comics. I don't really like that's an interesting question because I'm like bitch in my brain equivalents equivalents to female dog so not necessarily like women. Okay all right. I mean favorite female characters. I could go on for a bit actually really do love Kamara Camara awesome and like mention Danny Moon Star. I've always loved her character. ECHO from daredevil Danny Mon star actually really liked because it shows. She started out super stereotypical with friends and talking to animals narrows but then she evolved to being the Valkyrie had a shield weapons specialist like I. I really like to use her. As an example of how things can change and grow right. I I started reading. Obviously like I read a lot of new mutants growing up and Danny Moon Star are even in that book to me stands out so much because even those first storylines is like professor executor manipulates everybody and like there's like the Brood Food and all of this stuff's going on but Danny Moon Stars the one who can see through it and to me that league you know. There's there's things whenever I read back today where you're kind of like yeah. It's like not to chill the talking animals things Kinda weird but lately but whenever I was reading it in the moment I always looked up to her because she was like the CO leader with cannonball inbal too and I think like that time you had storms like the leader of X.. Men and Danny Moon Star was like CO leader of New York and I love to watch her because she was his character who held old so much responsibility over every decision that she made. So there's this moment where everybody is at the Massachusetts Academy with Emma Frost. And she's like what's going on and she just has to get out of there and she just bounces and then she spends like the entire next issue. You just see her just like. I never should've left my team and just having this like a huge huge problem with an holding herself accountable to that and that was around the time that she started taking on like Valkyrie stuff. She got her cool horse bright wind all of that stuff like all of that story. I always look back at. It is just being Danny was just like the best new mutant kind of like. They're all really good characters. I loved her the best. She was really fun. Yeah she's the one who's GonNa like. I always thought like she would be the next leader X.. Men Right because he kind of set her up that way too. Yeah Yeah ours to feel that way. She's very cyclops. Eskin away but unlike the good never cared much for cyclops shirt. How could you you? Yeah my husband's working on that kind of changed my mind on a few things true. Yeah the cyclops people. They get it to you. It happened to me too to a jerk. You could like cyclops. And unlike the only cyclops I like is is the cyclops. WHO's in a relationship with both wolverine engine? Gray I mean okay. I'm in very new. The House of X now. So you have like this scene of like Wolverine standing between like Jean and cyclops and they're all having drinks and stuff and everybody on the Internet. Of course I like saw this one shot and was just like well. They're all in a couple now. Everything's they're all hanging out. It's great now. They also have these. One liners is between like Jeanane. Emma sometimes where people are just like. They're dating Oh my God like well they are in my head but so I tweet. I can't remember the the a person tweeted it out but someone who's a comics creator. Who was saying? He literally just got a direction from the company that was like Ono these two characters because they're the same gender. You can't make it explicit. You can imply whatever you want so I take that as permission to just gay bisexual Salaam Trans Queer. All of this is just like okay now comics better through. There are a lot more fun that way. I saw a very compelling argument. Emma Frost is trans and I will never see the character of this. You know how it is now. I when I heard that I didn't even need to read it. Ah Again I just like thought everything makes sense. It's great yeah and I'd like now I'm like I. I feel like that's been happening to me a lot lately in terms of X.. Men Somebody I did a talk on dissecting superheroes on the second of December. Yeah but somebody brought up the parallels between Professor X Magneto and Malcolm X and Martin Luther King thing in my brain was just totally like now. I'm seeing that. That's a really interesting right like how that was written by people who who lake. We're totally like white news right so you had like them being like well. This is what I think. The you know Malcolm X. would say and then here's what I think that like ah but also in the time the X. men came out. There's no way you could have those two characters be actually people of Color and have people read it and be as attached to X.. Men as it is and it was totally one hundred percent like nineteen sixty three nineteen sixty four the exact time of civil rights explosion. And Yeah. It's interesting to think about how that's changed over time do you D- do you think that there is more room for that conversation between those those two characters to go on. Yeah I think so. Yeah yeah I mean with X.. Men like honestly could do like multiple panels finals bisecting x-men visits essentially so much in there in terms of social justice and support. Gay Great Way. Oh they're all the a metaphor for racism. Apply almost anything..

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

15:07 min | 2 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"What got me into you know actually now that you say it's kind of funny because my favorite characters like anime Weiser always the ones that have like the big hairs Geeta review show show for any USSIA. Yeah I think I might have a thing for hair. It happens the best of this discovery. A how did you because I saw that you had done a panel about Oh l. class this essentially like was it this last year it comic con it was actually a dink so indigenous knowledge and and social justice in question. I got to talk to Wendy in Richard Penny. Oh amazing I like I totally fan girl out and I luckily didn't do it on the panel final but all the volunteers that I was super nervous actually really excited because I was off in the corner bouncing circle they were like. Don't worry you'll do great right and I was like. Oh I know this is like nervous energy. This is exciting trained for this moment. My whole life exactly and actually we ran overtime. We didn't even get to all the questions that I had for them. We got maybe about almost halfway down the list and they had a lot of great things to say and it was. It was awesome like it was probably. I believe my favorite panel that I've ever done and it was kind of such a big circle for me because as much as I loved that comic it was also Like I mentioned very big for my siblings and and my brothers being kind of in and out of like being connected with him because he has a drug addiction and so that being able to talk to those two was awesome because it was just like a whole full circle thing for me. Yeah I was thinking too because they're like Two of the first independent creators. I think I remember reading I. I grew up with a lot of superhero comics around and archie comics. And like you know really famous. You know like I'm trying to say like corporate really nice away but you can't and Yeah so it was shaw highly commercial comics and then you have off Elf quest. which is like they did it themselves like everything was just in even to this day is still published through them right? Yeah it was. It was awesome being able to talk to them. And then I think because we talked so much about the indigenous themes they had found out a lot about Wendy and her kind of journey being being adopted and she always felt very welcomed in powwow scenes and so being on a panel with somebody who was native. She thought it was like awesome so he actually gave me a hug at the end of the panel and I was aw like total like this isn't anything I feel like. Wait what they were to. You is like what you are to me this at this we hear does this too much. I always kind of weirds me out these days now when people are like. Oh I'm geeking out I'm like over me. That's a strange. Let's get strange so I watched your video from. I am Denver the Denver campaign where you talked about a tale of Sand Creek. which is the comic you made with pop? Culture classroom for third graders telling the story of Sand Creek Man. I just decided we were going to go much darker very own home. Shifter Hi Mike. Let's theory some wounds. Oh I'm sorry. Well that's all right so I was just wondering like I willing to hear about what the process of making that was like. I just was obsessed. I mean the video I was like. We'll start over. Start over to her because you you have the incredible perspective on both framing graphic novel for a young audience but also holding to account the what the reality of what happened and I think that's really hard balanced to find. Yeah it was so pop. Culture classroom came into me asking if I could do that comic. I'm not Cheyenne and Arapaho. And so that's actually kind of the hard part is whenever you get into those stories. People are always feel like they should come from the tribe. So what I ended up doing was I went to An elder in our community who. I've known for most of my Life Virginia runner because she was actually her GRANDPA was a survivor of a sand creek. So He's actually the baby in the comic got put into the saddle bag. Agan sent off on the Horse and that story was like amazing. I wanted to interview her so I spent a few days with her and she pulled out all of her. She brought her regalia and she kind of talked to me about all these different aspects that I could kind of put into the story and then when it came to actually illustrating the story I have A. I'm pretty good contact George Levi. He's an awesome. Cheyenne Artist does a lot of ledger. Art and everything I was driving. I was sending it to him like Doc. Is this good. Does this look like am. I doing the right symbols here. Like are you okay with this. And he was like yeah. No that's perfect and so he had a lot of input on it as well. How and it was interesting trying to condense the story into only like two pages but I felt like to kind of stay true to that ledger? Art Style will that is. It's ledger. Artists basically drawing on soldiers letter paper. So if you look at the comic. It's actually on Old Ledger paper and I wanted it to stay in two pages. So it wasn't like an overwhelming comic it was more like an actual flat out story which is kind of more of a traditional way of storytelling. Amazing and ledger is a traditional form. As well let art. Yeah I'd actually started out in buffalo hide but during wars and everything then ledger. Paper became pretty popular. And there's there's like most of alleged paper that myself and my husband have like one hundred year old paper. It's pretty cool. Actually in this some of it has like people's grocery the religious and cashless and stuff on it so different medium to work with right instead of having like a blank canvas or a blank sheet of paper to be working on something so old So personal to someone at some point Can really incredible way to reclaim history. how did you get into working mm-hmm and being involved conventions I actually so for Denver Comic Con the first year. I wasn't actually going to go I had been to anime cons before so I had been to. Non does calm and everything but I was working at Takada American Indian eatery for that there and found out about about Denver comic con and was like sounds Kinda cool. I don't know maybe I'll go. Never actually been to a comic con and then I found out that spike was going to be there so I was like no. I'm going going going. We're making this happen and the awesome thing about that was I actually got to meet him and show him a drawing of him and it was during a panel. Why used my question to show him my drawing and he had the camera zoom in on it and he liked broadcast it to the whole panel? So I left like ear graydon super excited after that panel but is that the portrait on your website. Yeah Oh my gosh. It's so good I feel like it's so real I thought I would cut myself on his cheekbone spike. Yeah his reaction to that picture was like my favorite of all time because he was like. Oh my God I look beautiful. Yeah it was awesome to be able to meet him. But after that I liked the COMECON feel and everything and I kinda got curious to how I could be involved so the following year I actually. We started volunteering and was in the kids chorale. That was crazy. Also kind of put me on the path of doing education as well because I ended up in the Kids Crowley with twenty five five year olds all wanting to draw different superheroes and my co volunteer bailed on me perfect and so it was is just music and all these kids and I was there for a few hours and really really be so then finally got a chance to run. Run away from the kids crawl on my way to the bathroom. I actually walked by this booth. That said Native American comics and stopped and met Lee Francis with indigenous native narrative collective there and he was like yeah we we do native publishing comex and everything. And it's like. Oh that's awesome. I'm a native comic artist. Really that's amazing. We want you and I was like great. I came back later. And showed him my portfolio and then started working with them doing illustration in and then for a short time. There was editor in chief of his that little collective which then grew into indigenous pop acts and indigenous COMECON and I try and continued volunteering. And doing the exhibitor thing through Denver Pop Culture Con now and then also I started working for pop culture classroom right after that year. Amazing so tell us about indigenous topics so this was this past. Summer was the first year. We probably are not doing it again this year because I actually walked away from the calm just because I actually want to do a little bit more. Open it up a little more than what we ended up with with indigenous affects a lot of people heard the name and they thought it was only for natives and that wasn't my intention at all I was looking at indigenous as being more everybody so I was hoping news. It more as a different type of convention where people could connect through their heritage and through different MM perspectives because when you have specialized cons like indigenous comecon where everybody kind of comes and they all have the same opinion. You're not actually reaching anybody. Uh when when you're talking about issues like standing rock and things that people don't usually know about in native community like if you are preaching to the choir everybody comes already knowing so of course i. They're all going to bite your stickers and we all know everything that you're talking about. It's like you're protesting with people who want to practice that same thing. You're not actually broadening. The audience sir like sharing perspectives. And that's what I was really hoping for. Indigenous pop bax leave Francis also sold to Meow Wolf. So there's just been a couple of other things that I was like. Oh I wish him luck and he's still doing. Indigenous pop acts in Melbourne Australia. They had their first year which looked awesome. It was over Thanksgiving weekend so that was really cool. And then the next one in Albuquerque is going to be in March and so he's kind of expanding and building on that idea but it was always kind of lease idea and so bringing it here. Denver was awesome and I feel like we really good roots and we got some good connections from that but I kind of want to move towards so that's my husband and I are planning our own con for next year so it's called icon But it builds off of IPX and kind of more on what we were talking about where we want to expand it to everybody so it is independent based independent independent creators. But how we bridge that heritage culture with our current pop culture and basically how you connect with people through art. I was reading about indigenous pox. One of the things that stood out to me that you said was that you did want to complicate the notion of indigenous and say that it means from the land and so everyone is indigenous in some concept. Do you think that this conference this calm will allow you to do that better. Yeah I think so. For whatever reason you know people heard indigenous and they just assumed and then we had this really funny problem where I was like it did kind of the opposite because we tell vendors and other artists to come in apply A. and they'd be like boy. I can't participate because I'm not native and we'd be like no it's for everybody and we'd explain that whole thing about what indigenous means and they'd be like. Oh I realized I can't participate disappear because I have that one story I wrote when I was twelve. That has that token native character and then I was like no no no no we. Don't you appropriating to feel like you need to fit exactly the complete opposite. I think that's the opposite of what we were trying to do. Trying to make it so everybody fits in your own way and you can kind of share your perspective and your heritage because I mean a lot of people don't realize about white people have a culture cannot like yeah people kind of think that that's where the appropriation comes from and that's not. I have a lot of really good friends that are very in touch with their nordic roots and they bring that into their comics at the time and I love to be able to highlight that even with Wendy and Richard Penny when they bring in there's more than just like that native American inspiration they bring in all kinds of different cultures. Thing it's kind of the whole story of quest is like very close to Wendy because it's her own search for identity and that's one of the things things that we talked about on that panel is being adopted it was basically how she connected with things and it was her own way of kind of identifying. That's interesting yeah. I didn't realize that whenever I was reading those comics backstory. But now I'm just like click. Click Click Click. Obviously little things are happening in my head. Yeah Yeah of course was such a good cop just like now like us one thing in my head a little bit and thinking of you. I I haven't yet don't don't don't spoil. Yeah what are some of your other favorite comex. What are what are you reading a lot? These days So I've been reading the nightmare for Christmas Hero's journey because I love nightmare Christmas. I didn't even know that was happening. He's the pepper right. Yep Yeah it's super cute. Ll Hero journey not all heroes jury zero zero's journey. It's the dog.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

Bitches on Comics

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Bitches on Comics

"On comics. And what are your house Through your other Christina Auto Batman Beggar Guest Spear Superstock to have Christina here her. So I'm going to tell you about about her. Christina Maldonado. Bad hand is to Congo Lakota and Cherokee artists that hails from Taus New Mexico. Jayco her passion for community. Social Justice have led her to create through illustration a place in which youth in particularly indigenous. Women are empowered. She studied for four years at the Art Institute of Colorado and is an entrepreneur with big dreams. I can't wait to talk about these Christina worked as a community. Mutated liaison with Jeffco Indian. Education is the chief creative designer at studios. Llc I left part of it out and Co producer. I'm so sorry of indigenous Pop X. Denver's first indigenous centric pop culture and comet artful mature for myself. I mean you can. She is also a commissioner on the Denver American Indian Commission and remained strongly connected to local native art communities. Give it up for Christina..

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on Beavercreek Christian Church

Beavercreek Christian Church

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on Beavercreek Christian Church

"From the story because narratives don't just change in these stories aren't believable in less. Someone else enters the narrative, enlist someone else. Enters it and shows them the better way unless. When trains them and shows them how to live their narrative, isn't going to change. This is the the Mr. Miyagi in the story or the OBI wan kanobi. Right. This is the, the maybe the Dumbledore, if you will. If you're into that. But that's how narrative changes. And that's the story of God, God watches Howard living he sees it. He sees the narrative we're living Howard grasping for things satisfaction purpose control all of these things that he freely gives us, and his heart is broken by, but he doesn't just allow us to sit in our dysfunction. He enters into our story. He breaks in and he shows us how to live a new life. He breaks into our story and then invites us into his. What I love about the story of exodus is the people get broken out of slavery, by God's mighty act, and then as they go out and there in the wilderness in exodus, chapter thirty three says that Moses takes a tent, and he pitches it outside of the camp far off from the camp, and he called it the tent of meeting, and everyone who sought the Lord would go to the meeting, which was outside of the ten outside the camp whenever Moses went out to the tent. The people would rise up and each one would stand his tense door and watch Moses until he had gone into the and when Moses entered the pillar of cloud would descend in stand at the entrance of the tent, and the Lord would speak to Moses, when the people saw the pillar of cloud standing at the entrance of his ten all the people would rise up and worship each one has ten door thus the war used to speak to Moses face-to-face, as a man speak. To a friend, I win Moses turned again into the camp has assistant Joshua son of nun a young man would not depart from that ten cigar doesn't just break in, but he actually then invites us to be with him. And that's part of that we often don't get to you've heard it said that God loves us right where we are. And I believe that's true. But I, I believe God loves us so much that he's not going to leave us where we are that he is going to show us this better way. He's inviting us into a better narrative..

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on KTOK

"According to Fox News Mullins dairy bar in Watertown has been giving away the frozen treats when temperatures plummet below twenty degrees Fahrenheit since it was founded in nineteen thirty to the festive winter ritual was created by founder, Frank Mullen, and his sons soon after they opened the place last weekend, they gave way at least twelve hundred and fifty single dip ice cream cones as the temperature. I dropped dramatic lows. And Arctic win surged through the region, as you might imagine people on social media had allowed. To say about this promotion with some calling it the most Wisconsin thing ever and others fighting back of the naysayers by conceding that if they're cold. Anyway, they might as well and choice of ice cream right fair. I think I'd probably go that direction. If it was me. Sure. Let me ask one of these deepen inciteful question will what ice cream is in your freezer right now, I have some ice cream bars in my freezer right now like Fargo like those that well because I can portion those out a lot better if I have a gallon of ice cream half gallon. I'm gonna I'm gonna just fill up my bowl with alien. Wait, if I have one bar, then I can portion that out in the city. That's only like one hundred fifty calories like whatever. So I have like those like strawberry shortcake bar, the the cream single ones and things like that. That's what I eat. Yeah. I wanna party with you. That sounds like so much fun. Talking about food on the show today by salted caramel and vanilla combo. It's kind of exotic. Yeah. Yeah. Thanks, the sweet and savory your labor. And if Hollywood Gordon is to be believed all criminals have some sort of calling card something that makes their legal activities special and identifiable to law enforcement one alleged robber and South Carolina took his cue from Hollywood and adopting a calling card street from popular eighties movie the Swansea. Police department posted surveillance photos on Facebook and alleged thief who before snatching a purse from an car at a gas station apparently stopped to do. The famous crane kick that Mr. Miyagi taught Daniel karate kid. The man in an orange shirt has seen striking the one legged pose in two different directions near one of the fuel pumps at the BP station before opening the car door and stealing the purse. Anyone who recognizes the wanna be all valley? Karate champ is asked to contact the police department who captured their post on Facebook with hashtag Mr. Miyagi wouldn't approve all valley. Yes. That's great. Thank.

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"mr miyagi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"mr miyagi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Us responsible folks know how to deal with this. But not everybody's responsible. So if you see somebody that's out. In this stuff. Somebody that's left their kids on a bus stop. When school is not going to happen somebody. That's let their kids play outside or somebody that left their animals outside call somebody. If you see something say something. Okay. And by the way, props to all the folks that do have to work and deal with this crap. Tomorrow, the law enforcement officers, the first responders the firefighters all those people doing God's work, you guys rock. Cheers to you guys. There are some ways to avoid frostbite though. Because what I'm understanding if you're outside with exposed skin and the worst part of this storm, I keep calling him the storm. I guess it's just a cold stretch. If you're out for more than ten minutes, you could get frostbite the temperatures are, you know, negative ten in the wind chills negative thirty. These are the things you need to look for blistering, turning black skin. Serious damage has already been done. If your skin starting to turn black. If your extremities are starting to feel numb you have that needle like stinging. It is time to get out of the cold immediately. And I didn't know this do not rub your hands to warm them up. If you feel like you may be getting frostbite because at this point the skin's already damaged, and you're making it worse. I just thought going straight Mr. Miyagi putting your hands together. Sanding it up baby would be the way to warm up. But no, that's actually making things worse. So just a little advice if you don't have a membership to triple A, it's time to invest in one of those because you don't want to be stuck on the side of the road and keep listening all morning all afternoon right here to ninety three WABC. We'll have the latest on how this bitter Arctic air is affecting the commutes to and from where you need to go. All right TK dove. Let's do a local edition of legal stuff.

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Missing hiker survived 6 days eating berries and bees

KIRO Nights

02:35 min | 3 years ago

Missing hiker survived 6 days eating berries and bees

"Missing hiker from Ohio was found. Down by Renard I don't know if you caught. This or not it said that he. Survived by he he ran. Across a bee's warm are a beehive and he started, killing the bees and then. Eating, the b.'s okay. For some protein and then he also. Was eating berries this guy's. Name is Matthew, he's. From Warren Ohio I've actually been. To Warren Ohio? Have you now my my mother, is, from. Newton. Falls Ohio okay and when we wanted to go to, the big town we'd go, over to Warren which is a, tiny little town but it was bigger than the town that we were. In the town my mother's from their claim to fame as they have they covered bridge in. A Dairy. Queen all right that's how big and that's all. You need seriously what else? Do you need we would walk down to the Dairy Queen and get. A dilly bar that was a great time when I, was a kid but so he evidently. Was hiking around Near he fell off the. Trail there. That's not really the interesting part the fact that. He survived on the bees? And the and the berries interesting part though in the New York Post. Story you've got to be honest fascinated by the bees. The eating how do you kill Anita Well, these, are relatively like preoccupied in. Other words if they're on a flour they're going to. Be really into work in the. Flower so you can just walk. Over and swapped to be I think we're both thinking Mr. Miyagi was chopstick kiddie exactly right yes okay no you just, walk oh you're gonna kill a be you can, just walk, over and swat it off I. Did not know that yeah because they're like they're doing. Their thing they're like it's work. In the flower they're. Getting, some? Pollen. Getting. Some, nectar there beyond, ccupied, hail zinc the interesting thing. Real quick though is that they evidently searchers used A computer model based on, the cell phone signals. And they took where his. Car, was and they were able to use. This computer model to narrow the search. Down to one square mile unbelievable and so they found him, pretty. Much inside of this model that, they had which I find fascinating We have so many lost hikers every single year that if. They can refine this algorithm to take okay here's where the car was parked here's the last, cellphone ping we're going to his level, of skill he probably wouldn't have gone way up that thing and right here's where we think that, he's. Probably going to be two point within a square mile I thought was absolutely,

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