18 Burst results for "Mushin"

"mushin" Discussed on I Got This Today

I Got This Today

04:36 min | 3 weeks ago

"mushin" Discussed on I Got This Today

"To wash my show. I got this today. And other commute when moore mushin episode so today the dated seven seven last day of season one. So i have to record this today and tomorrow remember tomorrow. I episode of season two is coming out so stay tuned and if you want to know what there will be in season two and listen to the episode hundred of these in one so in the special episode. I'm taking questions from instagram. Sees what are your hobbies than this podcast. So this is a very interesting question. And today morning. I've posted to new episodes so remember and take them out to so about my hobbies i hobbies door to have a lot of things in as i mean person something i really love is just I'm kind of addicted to just that. I even i don't want to play it. I takes there whenever i am free. So just is one of my hobbies than writing. of course. writing is my bush hobby from dilute. Like you knows. I written somewhere about it williams and i've also made episode on one of them on mother's day few remember recently. I'm working on an ideology writing a book. Which is really interesting. Which came into my mind. Of course i will not tell you that it is confirmed. I'm still working ordered other than that. I have really interested copies of electing things. I love to collect different things like years earlier. A used to collect some pokemon guards which i left. Of course i now i have many of them actually and the thing which i still alert is which are special events printed on back of them. You know the coins which are especially Back on them. And i am talking about indian coins by the. I love to collect them. I have around thirty of them in the collection like symbol of agreed instrument. I i love to collect. Because i collect them. I don't buy that. I usually find them by buying something or taking something from the shaw. And that's how collective war and i forgot. I'm big guest hobie. All the most enjoy is reading. Vide- the nazi create. But i am very good reader. I know both fiction and nonfiction routing. If you want you can recommend some of your favorite books to me on my instagram foresaw. But nowadays. i don't get so much time for eating or even writing twelve standard studies. Ideally i know once threads standard is finished. I will have a lot of free time in college. And i'm really interested to know about what are your is so please tell me. What are your hobbies mr because the feature of ankle which helps you to ask question to your audiences to the not working so you can answer this question on the program india me. Your trabis feuded books for show and he is. I won't tell you that we were officered newsletter. Now you know about the latest episodes released of the podcast at your immune so you miss any of them. Go to the description of the orchestra ashore. And then you will find link click on it and subscribe is completely free and i am also planning to put some bonus content out there on that platform so don't miss it so that's it for today's episode. Guys i will see in the next year for shah jaw. your d be soured disclaimer. This forecast is based on my views. And obedience don't mean pordenone sentiment or this any through or individually..

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"mushin" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

05:01 min | 2 months ago

"mushin" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast

"Maybe you legs Sagacity game hold. John because specimens it's quite cool. Yeah it is. This had some amazing games. I think it's pretty underrated console. A lot of people. Think about the the fm mvp games. That were obviously pretty bad. But i think there will also some pretty cool Traumas probably also on the mega city. Like you know. Probably the game. Flink the misadventures flink amazing pixel out. I think it's probably my favorite's the mega drive. Mega city games Yeah the will of cool games for mega-city also. I read that. The i think people should be careful about something maybe But i put the many of my biggest game on the Like a book. You know sleeps. Transplant phipps right. This is destroying the city. Really because you know what you're you're right because i've got some that i had back in back when cds and cars were thing and you'd have those big books in your car and now when i go back and i find i found some recently. It's like they're stuck in there like the. The plastic is melted to it. Yeah i hadn't thought about this too. Pvc is making some reaction with some saying it's so stupid the conservative product because they know so. Yeah i saw. I saw the must sagacity. You find out was a capacity talk programs and maynas doesn't have any parliament that's what that's why zarate recently a sagacity counties As decals it's a Is not the real our Some kind of child. yes tehran. You mean the mega the this. Yeah yeah that's a pretty good thing. Speaking of mega-cities we ever planned to do an exclusive mega-city game sometime or i many must of the game that you don't really see you you sit there. Fm mvp game in was made like a two thousand five we. I was almost completed. And then the guys who made the footage because he was based on Like a deal on jobs or yeah some kind of guys who are doing boron just series and then the owner of the the copyright of this change his mind that man i game like we haven't made the packaging and there were saying okay. It's not full screen. Is that for screen. It's almost footscray. Ok sickest The memories a vase more. So you gotta make vague complicated game mushin you gotta make preeminence against leeds impossible. Okay okay. there's no no enough memory. Foam is not enough memory to store. The graphics.

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"mushin" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"mushin" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Picture of suits. He isn't a real boxer. he's a wrestler. he's an nba player. He's chook youtube is all time. Oh that's good. They were the nba player. Think i brought that. He wrote a play. They robbed saying robinson. We should feature that. I might put that. You don't want to put that quote for the newsletter and the weight center is always that i quite enjoyed everyone stopping salts. A lovely capitalists and all these all it was called raw raw mushin brawl most. Tm is up. god all right. Well i did on that. We'll see you back here. Oh we're doing other street right. Yes we'll do wednesday now most. You're looking at me. Five is Yeah it's seventy seven o'clock wednesday. Garrett bowles pitcher. Oh those and be ten renault. Seven o'clock game on wednesday kohl pitching ten and so yeah Yes petard of you. Fucking tune in for that was awesome We'll figure out a way for it to be super attractive. Gannon tudent same thing you through all out. You'll your us yet. But that's show. We'll be back here. This john sterling losing to shorthorn in sports.

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"mushin" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

05:23 min | 4 months ago

"mushin" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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"mushin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"mushin" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"It's a real thing affecting all sorts of companies. I in in lots of different categories but for samsung to say okay shareholders. Heads up. things are going to be a little wonky this next quarter and here are the reasons that we you know we. We can certainly point to true evidence as to why we would have a harder time with this but at the same time. We're not going to many notes where we think it's the right time to not try to push a product that would eventually be seen as a lot of people as oh a failure wanted it. Well they might want it In slightly different circumstances for whatever reason samsung has decided to put all their own behind one flagship brand this year and note. Fans have been worried about this day for a long time. So was very quick to be like. Don't worry we seek to put it out next year but seek is different than promise so you know if you want to be anxious about it there. There's room to interpret that there. I do think it is probably more of a marketing market estimate decision than it is a temporary chip shortage decision. I think if they thought they could sell the notes they'd figure out how to squeeze out of them well. The week in media foundation announced that it's going to create a new. Paid service called weak media enterprise for use by companies that need customize access to its data. We we appear has an api available to anyone. That's used by companies like facebook. Amazon apple google all without charge that free. Api will not companies may still use. Choose to use it for free. But we can media. Enterprise could deliver data faster also customized formatting and easier to handle and also provide new options for sweating or posting one examples. An option to get the most community vetted at its own articles instead of just the most recent one so google has been the victim of you know. Somebody does a little vandalism on wikipedia just the right moment it doesn't get caught and it shows up in google search results that could prevent that. It doesn't happen that often. But i think this is incredibly smart see misreported and headlines everywhere as wikipedia is gonna make the big tech companies pay. They're not the the big tech companies can keep doing it. Exactly the way they're doing it could pedia is doing is saying. Hey we think it would be worth it for you to pay us to make it better than what you get now for. Free surprised that this is their first Mushin say their first. They mostly fundraise. That's how that's how we stays afloat. This seems like an interesting way to pay a little bit. And they're not really taking anything away from anybody. This doesn't affect end users. You and i can still go to wikipedia whatever info we want and benefit from the site in the ways we always have but this is an interesting new way to monetize it and sure enough like i think leucopenia pedia could make the argument that their website aka the vast array of content available at wikipedia. is already this massive thing that everybody relies on every search engine shows Upfront results from wikipedia. They all do it in some way or another and so they're all really important thing right but they don't pay for that in a in a meaningful way. So i guess this is just about wikipedia making sure that they provide the value for the price too. So these companies say yeah..

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"mushin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"mushin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Bathsheba Demuth: Environmental Historian

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

08:37 min | 1 year ago

Bathsheba Demuth: Environmental Historian

"This episode of is on Conservation I spoke with author and environmental historian Bethsheba. Demuth Demuth is an assistant professor at Brown University who specializes in the intersection between humans. Ecosystems ideas in history the work that I do as an environmental historian is broadly focused on the North American and Russian Arctic and particularly the relationships between people and animals and people in Ecosystems. More broadly over the past two hundred years or so. We talked over. Skype demuth was in fairbanks as the professor was performing research for her new book. Her first book is titled Floating Coast and Environmental History of the Bering Straits. Npr called it. A quote deeply studied deeply felt book that lays out a devastating complex history of change notes. What faces us now and dares us to imagine better in quote as we proceed and get into this interview. I will note that I spoke with Professor Demuth while she was at the university library so it can be a little loud in the background at times. It's a busy place. I can promise you however that this will be one of the most compelling and interesting accounts of the history of whaling that you had ever you look so cold yes. It's a little chilly up here. What's the what's the weather like right? Now it's actually a pretty Balmy day today. It's about twenty degrees. It was about fifty degrees colder here last week. You've you've draw the line pretty much anything around ten. Just can't do it for me of all the things that makes this whole conversation. That much more interesting demuth was actually drawn to the Arctic in her young adult life and even lived in the Yukon for two years. And yes doing all the things that you're imagining right now tracking bears hunting. Caribou FISHING SALMON. And yes even. Husky Mushin Dog sledding and no. I'm not making that up. She's that for real your your first journeys out there. If I understand right was your running dog sled yes so when I was eighteen I decided to take a gap year as we. Now call them although they weren't really called then And went to a little community north of the Arctic Circle in the Yukon territory to be a dog handler which is basically an apprentice to somebody who has a dog team and I knew nothing about sled dogs. When I moved up there I was eighteen so I thought I knew something about things but I really didn't. And that was my first introduction to the Arctic. Okay and how long you said you do that for two years. Yes do you. Do you still remember how to do it? I mean I. It's kind of like riding a bicycle except in this particular case. You're working with dogs so you can remember how to do the physical pieces of it but you also need to have a relationship with animals. You're working with so. I'm sure that if I had a team and I spent a lot of time with them would would all come back because I would be making that relationship with dogs but I'd like a bicycle. You can't just grab one and go right right. Yeah that makes sense You don't have to get to know your bike. I right I probably ended up working appear because my dad read me too much Jack London when I was a kid. So there's definitely a literary connection in there now. I could do a really poor job of basically giving it a synopsis of the Book. Or I'm sure it would be much more articulate coming from you Tell us a little bit more about the Soviet whaling And more specifically what you found so fascinating a about that topic. Yes the book that I published. Just this past fall called floating coast looks at basically the the past two hundred years or so along the Bering Strait both the Russian Arctic and in the US Arctic. It's a it's a two country history but because it's an environmental history in some ways it's a history of no country because it's looking at processes an an animals that don't really matched onto nation state borders and the the the project is kind book ended no Pun intended by could have two episodes of large scale whaling the first one being in the nineteenth century for market whalers capitalist wailers most of them coming from New England in fact some of them from where I now live in Providence. Who were coming up to kill bowhead. Whales for oil for lamp oil mostly and then the book closes with a couple of chapters about Soviet whaling in the twentieth century. Which in many ways is just the socialist analog to the to the capitalist wailing in that it is Quite excessive it kills whales far outside their capacity to to reproduce. And keep keep up with the demand and those kind of frames of the book in some ways. Show the things that I found really interesting about this part of the world as a historian. Who's interested in the ways that people's ideas influence the environments? They live in and vice versa. Which is that. It's a it's a place that has a very similar ecology on both sides of the Bering Strait. If you drop down on the peninsula or the seward Peninsula Chukchi Peninsulas in Russia and the seward Peninsula's in Alaska. He can't really tell one from the other right. And let's you know the place extremely well. Because the the flora and the fauna in geology are really comparable but of course in the twentieth century. It gets split by these two big economic ideologies that imagine each other in opposition. Which is you know. Capitalism and socialism. So it's kind of a natural experiment to see how these two ways of managing environments in some sense that the Soviet Union the United States brought with them interact with Arctic species and in the case of Wales they do it very similarly which is more or less trying to kill everywhere they possibly can ya. It's like it's kind of shocking especially when you talk about like as a concern of how many whales are being impacted or what that's doing to the ecosystem comes up that the answer kind of always came back to will. Don't worry. Technology will save us from. That will deliver a positive outcome. Okay can you elaborate on that? Yes this was one of the really interesting commonalities I found between two groups of whalers who were operating hundred years apart from each other or more and in two extremely different cultural and economic contexts is at the end of nineteenth century moby. Dick STYLE TALL SHIP. Whalers call me. Ishmael an ordinary seaman before the mast on the good ship check. What found out a man on Christmas Day of the year? Eighteen forty four on a thousand days. Voight very aware that when they entered a new population of Wales and a piece of the ocean that they hadn't been hunting in before that they would they called. Wailing it out or fishing it out that they would kill off an enormous number of the animals that were that were available locally and that they were doing this and getting further and further from home. So they're aware and using the word extinction by the end of the nineteenth century but at the same time as they're talking about extinction they're basically saying well if we put in place some technological Improvements if our ships get faster. If we're more able to navigate around the sea ice will be able to still catch these whales and there was this kind of belief that because Wales were really intelligent. And all of the whalers nudists and talk about this in detail that there were more whales. They were just shy or had gotten smart and were hiding in new places. So there's actually a couple of lines in Moby Dick Melville talks about you know the whales are just hiding behind the Arctic Sea ice and then after the Second World War the Soviet Union sort of follows the same pattern in that they have very sophisticated marine biology by that point in many ways the the research that so the marine biologist or doing is ahead of what's happening in the United States particularly when it comes to studying ways that whales are social animals and able to communicate vocally with each other They're they're way ahead of what's happening in English. Speaking Countries but at the same time as an aware that that the populations of wheels are dropping but at the same time. They're convinced that as long as they just kind of keep putting more technology online. They're going to be able to keep killing

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"mushin" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Neville, told us all the stuff, you said yesterday, you thought maybe with some gamesmanship and turns out the two players wanna down the two centrebacks outnumber, right? Were right there in the starting eleven. Yeah. I think it's always smart. I mean not. Say that they didn't. They weren't question marks and Mushin is how big are those. Like what was the font on those Russian marksman knows like nine ten or was fifteen and really doubt when you get knocked on the ankle it hurts in the movement. Like, when it's, it's not a sprain, like you had to play through the pain. So I'm not surprised at how and played the illness. So, you know, Milly bright, she was that said she got she got put a tough test today. It looked like she was told to shut down Graham Hanson, from Norway, and she definitely harried Hanson enough. The Hanson, probably had her worst performance of the World Cup. Even though she stills on the bulletin to just wasn't as effective with the ball. When we saw the Norway lineup is soon as it came out. We were know if it was in the green room or in one of these hallways here, you kinda hinted that you knew what the plan was going to be as soon as you saw the lineup. What did you mean by that? And do they get it wrong? So at lend they like to play a four four two. So when uplands not in the lineup you know, that's she come. She comes in the second half as a forward is one of the two, you know. That they're going to go more defensive because then they kinda still play or save now comes in for outland and she plays that right wing bat. Right. Mid and she does a lot of defensive tracking because what they're trying to do is shut down the wings. But on she plays more on the right hand side. So today, you could just tell it was more about Mindy, like I just think the, the ball movement was so incredible from England, especially Lucy bronze on the second goal Ellen white starts that. So this is what's Ellen white had a great game. But it's not just because we're finishing or even her dummy that she might say done that we all know she was probably trying to shoot it. It just went through a legs. But what she did is she got that ball off the back played it quick to Lucy bronze continue to run. And then Lucy bronze played that beautiful ball into parachute. Then let it go. I mean, it was just so worked that it was impressive in the Jill Scott. Right. That was another player who's played in three World Cups, and has now scored in every World Cup. She's played in, but it's really Hurley riding runs and the timing of those that's impeccable because. Offense. That's really tough to pick up and the midfield from Norway very similar to do their game against Nigeria could not keep up with the pace, not baseness early on, like overall quality or what I think of their careers. But if I had to pick a full were left in this competition right now based on today's form. I think I'd take Ellen white, and I include Alex Morgan in that. Do you think she's the best forward left on form? I think her ability find pockets of space and quickly released the ball and the accuracy that comes along with her being so composed. It's almost like the game slows down for her in the box because her ability to skipper, footwork right to hit at one time. And also, it's a quality of service is getting some excellent service, and then other times, she isn't she needs to take that a second touch, but that I touch controls the ball so well. So I think yell abra Bush wrote this, and she said, you know, the one thing in the always does. Well as it strikes the ball really, really. Well, there's the technique on the ball in terms of passing and straight driving. The ball is just so good. And I. You can see that Ellen white her on the half turn her with her back to goal. She just knows where to be, and she's calm in those big moments to put away. So right now, she is, as full Noah put droppable, and I think that's a really good adjective for. So we.

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"mushin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sports gear. Hope you Jessica chatting hope, to jeopardize the ad we see several women athletes, European wrestling champion m a fighter and Lena. Marshon ova, they're all saying modern Russian women should be assertive, and independent the ad is edgy for Russia. But nothing too controversial the outcry came when the ad campaign posted this slogan on Instagram page. Don't sit around hooked on male approval sit on a man's face. Not just the main office of Reebok didn't like the ad, but it wasn't really my responsibility. I was just expressing my opinion as a blogger do feel that ad went too far was too much too soon. I think this was good for the Russian audience vanilla, western style. You know, these strong women are great stuff. You see in European ads? I don't like it whining and saying, let's respect women. This doesn't work here. People don't give this isn't Europe. It's not America. It's a completely different mentality. You can tell that Mushin Kulov is Frank and how she sees feminism and male female, power dynamics, her Joan, rivers can we talk approach has won her a lot of fans online, including men. I have very much and very many male support. What I want and Dan, the stems it to between key. Keells man to not only woman if there's something unusual in how marshingkolova is talking about feminism. It's because she herself is unusual in Russia, especially for women. It seems as let your mind that I'm from a really small town in Russia's far north. So since I was a kid, I was always told be modest be quiet, but I was always wild in eighth grade when I was fourteen I started working for the newspaper, I would write controversial stories and people with threaten me and tell me to shut up and be quiet. You know, this is the custom in our country here in Russia. You can't be this modest person in the room and that's what I always tried to do. Zelina marshingkolova and later guarding the woman I met in Saint Petersburg at. He's ribs. They have different styles. But they agree on a couple of key things. I believe that the younger generation gets it. They don't need to go in depth to explain to most millennials jen's ears, the fundamental reasoning behind why men and women are born equal as motion Kulov apply. Pointed out, younger people are constantly online, many read English they've been exposed to these ideas and something else, there are many different schools of thought when it comes to feminism in Russia, for later, gotta that's a sign of strength. So she throws communal, but a heat and yesterday, some of them, radical separatists. They wanna work with women exclusively others are more liberal. I believe that all of these movements are important and are moving in one direction because they all influence society, eventually miss, I'm willing to work with everyone. Women men to animals as long as we actually cause some change, one last voice now and this from the useful perspective of an outsider, there is more, hyper masculine way of interacting with my peers, who are male, Emily, Fleming. She's a college junior studying Russian through the Middlebury college program in Moscow, Emily told me the story snapshot of female and male interaction that shows that even in Moscow among jen's ears. The unlearn curve of old habits Steve, Emily went out for coffee with a friend, the young Russian, I left to go to the restroom, and came back and picked up by backpack and was about to carry it for me. And I made a point saying, no, like let me carry my own backpack. Like that's something that I wanna do. And he was offended like physically offended that I had actively defendant, my own backpack carrying perhaps it's a cultural misunderstanding, you know different expectations awkward outcome. But Emily didn't think the explanation was so easy. I'm very direct person. And so I just it immediately. And said listen, I wanna carry my own backpack. It doesn't mean that I dislike you, I think he was visibly frustrated. Maybe it's a story that points to more than cultural differences between the US and Russia. Maybe it's that feminism is maturing differently there from here, or maybe we as Americans are misjudging what progress for women. Looks like in Russia, women in Russia are incredibly tough an incredibly resilient, because they've gone through a lot of stuff. So does. Take the word feminism for there to be a strong woman if we're talking about strong women in Russia. I've met a freaking ton of them. American college junior. Emily Fleming has the last word today's story from Russia. Thanks to Charles Maine's Moscow and producer. Daniel often for their help, by the way, our social.

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"mushin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Murder your baby in the wound and start the process now? Just call one eight hundred blah blah blah. Absolutely disgusting. And by the way, maisy, Geraldo, I'm hurting. That's just my opinion second thing that might sound in the house leadership, and I say this with all respect Kim Mushin couldn't start his arrest. The pressure. And gain I say this and I say this hopefully, constructively to my friends in the house leadership. The house leadership needs to urinate of get off the pot. The house leadership needs to die the president of the United States. Impeach him. In love folder, trial. He won't be convicted. They need to go ahead. And hold in contempt every single member of the Trump administration. So we can move those issues into our fortress. And yet back to the feet. Now, if they decide to go to the court route this through, I would caution my friends to be very, very careful. Because once it enters storm system, it becomes zero gang everything else, should just Connie. Triple eight.

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"mushin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"With a little scene in the Portsmouth hospital where we were being treated. Well, you got your belly full of food, even as a more hunger. Banks Mayes about you'll grotto putting him now. I guess oh. By the way, your friend of mine. Second made on another ship in the me today. Yeah. They picked up a couple of survivors from the center Margarita before we were rescued. Not interested. They were a man and his wife. It'll be dramatic as my was it. No, no, no, not poor Mushin Peter told, but friends of theirs. The Abraham Davis is you know, they've been symphony conductor. That's him wouldn't he like to know about the toes. You've got a flair for the dramatic snide. Sometimes it's dangerous to be so talented. Both of them what ganging up on me. We passed. Nothing happened. Only the whole melody was always with me. They might get morning in my head doll all. The one morning. Abraham David the conductor DEA retin of the pita toes..

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"mushin" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on KTRH

"Impasse is declared in mediation talks between the city of Houston and its fire union opening the door for two hundred twenty layoffs to allow for voter-approved pay raises under last year's proposition. Beat city attorney Ronald Lewis has firefighters wanted too much from the city such as financial disclosures. And a promise never to issue. Mass demotions basic just that there could never ever in history of the city of Houston ever, again be what they call mass demotion. Would you have any of your elected official? Promised today on behalf of every elected official who will ever be put in position in the city Houston that they will never ever authorize something that the union would call a master Mushin as it stands today. Firefighter layoffs will take effect July. First we all heard the storm last night and more late night storms dropped seven inches of rain across central Texas. Hayes county sheriff Gary Cutler updated the public Bagga said the the individuals the occupants of the onion creek all recovered in without injury. And so far we had one person missing. And we have not received any additional calls each. No one's come forward. Yet. The sun is now shining there and here, hopefully, it'll dry out the rest of central Texas, but Gumri county season nother helicopter crash and this time in a church parking lot, deputies say is small Hilla copter is crashed near FM for ninety four and antique lane. The only person on board was the pilot who is in. Injured, but it's expected to be okay. The Texas Department of public safety is investigating as we said. The big rain is over. Now, we had powerful storm that moved across overnight and brought heavy rains to some areas and strong winds. Sadly and kingwood woman was killed when she drove into a fallen tree in the road in northwest Houston, tree fill into a home at about two thirty this morning. No one was injured voters in several local school districts decided bond issues and school board races today. Some of the suburban communities also were holding municipal elections. Many say that the issues on today's Balan have greater impact on your day to day life, then gubernatorial or even presidential elections. Tomorrow is Cinco de mayo which makes this Cinco de mayo weekend. Aaa is offering free rides to home for people who may have had a little too much to drink while celebrating AAA.

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"mushin" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on WJR 760

"Why are they layering her over and over again? When you're that. When you can't see the loft voice. I like you say you just put Jack. Oh, man. Oh, man. Choices here. All right. John legend hands down per h. Kevin. Doc ID conscious. Got that. Patrice mushin. Forget me not feels hotel. Mellow africa. Rosie whatever's Kevin said. Anna. Doc akon. All right. That John legend was stolen from the equalizer. The movie. Remember the theme song the exact same phone, really? Lawsuit or you can Brown. Shocker. We'll go with her. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. Chocolate phone today, or at least her produce and love, Florida, Georgia. But I gotta go with John legend this a great vocal. And maybe because it sounds like a king. Equalizer. You're right. But I liked it. I liked. Since I didn't remember the song from the eagle is I'm gonna go with this one too. But that's not enough to overcome the majority Chaka Khan takes home the honor some guests Todd, by the way. Drummer with a little extra time. Yeah. I I hope that. I hope that there are other songs on the album that allow sink. That's right. That's all up. All right there. We go. Feels different on Tuesday. Chose. Message.

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"mushin" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"This is the exact different family. This is from the Romans and other, you know, hippie thing like me, and you a hip young thing. I'm a hippie happy. Young thing. Exactly where we keep. We keep it jive as they say. This sounds like. I'm seventeen right. And so I'm younger than you. So maybe you'll generations a little different the bebop generation. I don't even know it's too. I think I'm generally shouldn't phone is that what they call it the generation phone. Yeah. You've just grown up and you've never known. Right. I always had a phone always online. Something like that. Right. So someday, we'll be born with the phones. Why shouldn't it be generation cell phone because we grew up with phone? Yeah. That's true. That's a good point your headline. Collecting your hands of liver spots twenty four. Yeah. Yeah. You get you get liver spots when I'm a generation to you know, when you use the rotary phone, you gotta you gotta turn it so much that you Hanser. This is very hunched over, you know. Okay. I feel attacked feel like you coming coming at you calf kissed experience, right? Kafka twenty talks about Comcast. Since the seventies about Kafka's since I saw a thing about a Woody Allen movie one time. Oh, yeah. Jesus you sound like Mushin, but clue and. Meat. You know, who that is? It was that must be a young reference that I don't get it. It is. Yeah, it's it's all it's a very young. Well, anyway, I I was gonna say, obviously, you're not Woody Allen because Woody Allen would never be able to release another film. Probably didn't tell the rest of his life believe it was hard to even get this one, you know, pass because people said your names to familiar, I submitted a bunch of different titles. But why didn't you just make up a different name since you made it up? Anyway, what different? Why are your eyes, narrowing to almost slits since you meet up the name 'cause you'll Rudy ailing and you made up your name. Why wouldn't you make it something like Bailey? Joe wtn's, isn't that your friend's name? This is just saying look, I don't know that this is where exactly where we want to go with this. This is like the second season of homeland at like episode four when they looking. Grabbing your hair? Say we could've squeezed a little more drama. This. I I thought I was being Matic second of all. Squeeze these lemons if you don't mind and try to get to the truth. I was trying to but I'm so okay, I'll bacteria. I'll be quiet, quiet woman. What you always wanted hush. Dear. Feeling you can smile little more. Oh, don't tell me this. Lemons Francey is right though. Tracy is right. You seem so Woody Allen s I mean, you have this like fisherman's hat is that what they call it. You know, those like sorta fisherman's hand. Yeah. I know what you mean. Yeah. And it looks I know that you have a big bushy moustache. But can I can I be Frank? It looks sort of like Groucho glasses like those ones that Woody Allen used in. Everyone says I love you. I have never seen that feel make I I mean joined the glove, but I for some reason I was there on opening night, and you're mustaches and totally snug dear upper lip your mustache, isn't totally. I mean. I mean, it grows on dry, right? Tammy Tut Tut ticket. Oh my God. I'm. Louis CK trying to make them. No, the movie guys just feel liver spots a flickerings. Yeah. From your Hispanic, but white Hispanic skin. Yeah. That's right. Goes. Yeah. Yeah. But wow. So is mind blowing. What do you want from me guys? I'm trying to make a movie. Let's do it. You've got I thought it was onto something. And it wasn't at all. No. You weren't ROY long Manso Lewellen. Yeah. Louie you refuse to be on the show while you're popular. And then the second you're not anymore. You come on. Look, I first of all I thought it was weird that you asked me to be on it, even after it was unpopular, but. Clicks squeaks. Cliques are very very important..

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"mushin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Big blockbuster stories you've gotta here, including does better security at hacienda healthcare. Make for better care. We'll talk about that story coming up or worse care. There is a woman who is getting a lot of attention on the Facebook. Thanks, Mark Zuckerberg who says you know, what I saw this. And it does not bother me. A woman said a security camera. Surveillance camera in her home. She said she was in bed watching television with her daughter when she received an alert from her camera, which triggered triggered by movement. Then he person was spotted in entryway last week. So I think it was in her in her kitchen wanted to picture of. Yes, go ahead. So the two women alone in the house opened the image and to their surprise. It seemed to look like her late son who's in his twenties when he passed away. He was twenty three years old. He passed away in two thousand sixteen. And and this woman said I saw his ghost right down to his beard. And that's that's what I saw. So I watched it's not that. I watched the video I watched the still picture. There's a silhouette of a man no Mushin about it. Yeah. I mean, you can see there's a of of a dude. Yeah. It's just not a blob of light. And the weird thing is you can if you look you can see that the person has what looks like to be a beard, and so her son had a beard was ABRAHAM LINCOLN. No, probably not in the kitchen. And if this were me, I would move wouldn't this freak you out? I'm not kidding you when I say this if that were me, wait a minute. Wait a minute. I would move it. If you if this was a family member, I would say it was your grandfather, I moving you would still leaving. I don't wanna see that. I don't wake up and see somebody sitting on the edge of my bed. I'm leaving. Well, mom says it I felt like he was letting me know he is happy and he is in heaven. I'm glad so wouldn't you take any kind of happiness? I would press on your grandfather. And I would move. I don't want to send me your grandfather. I'm following grandpa. I'm trying to tell you something. No. I don't want say listen when you're dead, you're dead. I don't wanna see I don't want to see you wanna see dead. I like that's why I don't want to be in a house where someone was killed. The was going through a whole bunch of things. I don't wanna live where there's a ghost. I'm surprised you wouldn't want to see your grandmother. Your grandfather bring comfort to you know, it would bring up pucker factor that would hit forty three. Okay. So do you like a Scooby doo mystery? I don't know if you say something like zones and run out of the house and put it on sale. You don't sound when you say that word. So I for. I forbid you to say did shaggy he was a historical hippie. Don't say souks, zonings, whatever zoo. The big four at four is coming up next..

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"mushin" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on Weird Wacky Wonderful Stories Podcast

"Was exacerbating the situation. Right. And if that Jared, excuse me had some kind of head injury where he should not have been moved your emotional rate reaction is a parent, you know, put end up killing your child, and I, and I think that brings up such a good point that in, you know, whether you're alone, or you're with a group of people when you have some knowledge of what to do you're still going to you're still gonna react emotionally. We're human beings. My gosh, if that happened to my son, I you know, I would initially freak out. But what I learned. Is that when you kind of know what to do, you might panic for few seconds? And then you kick into this weird sort of slow Mushin surreal mode in which you are able to take proactive steps. You're able you get into this weird zone where like your intellect takes. Okay. You know, what emotion you need to take a step back. I know what to do and that can make all the difference between somebody living in somebody dying in one of the drills that I was in. It was a plane crash drill with involving hundreds of people. This was been Los Angeles. A my job my role. We all got to play roles was to be the person that is not all that much injured. But annoys the hell out of all the first responders that person that is distracting. That person that is you know, I need help. Now, I need help when there's people who are on the verge of death lying over here. And here it was. So I open ING to me. How much were first responders have to deal with the human aspects of something when they're just trying to do their job. Mark father was a police officer. And can remember him coming home from work? Just sit in silently looking back on it. And I was not all I know that he was obviously protests in every dealt with that day. But yeah, I mean all credit to these people that go I day in day risk that lives, and and also put themselves right in in the path of some of the things that we all shy away from. Yeah. I mean, can you naked better choice? Now, you're trading by sir or Red Cross or whatever we are activated in major -mergency that we have the choice to say that. We cannot participate because we need to take care of our family, or we can you know, we want to take care of her neighbors we have that choice. But if you're a firemen far women, you know, you're on long force, your EMS or emergency technician, ambulance drivers up. Sorry. You don't have a choice. And if it's a major event the effects, everyone, we won't have a choice that knowing the will we so I don't think so I think everybody's going to need to either step up or step back and most people will step back. But you know, you do have a lot of people that in a big emergency or disaster. People step forward. They wanna help they want to do it. They can there's a lot of good people. There's a lot of good, you know, in human nature. But a problem is often when people disrupt first responders because they think they're helping like moving body moving people who were injured when maybe they. Should be moved going into building was that have not been assessed that could crumble down around you because you wanna go make sure there's nobody in there. If you have somebody trained in disaster assessment, let them go in. However, I know full well that if you're the only person or your you and your neighbors, and nobody knows what they're doing. You're gonna go into that building. And it's just a risk. You know, the people take towards the end of our time together. I just want to ask you something that's going to a little bit more. So the light-hearted may be I'm going put you on the spot. I'm going to I'm going to put you on the spot. He okay. So little scenario. There's a major disaster. Okay. On you, take the items that you've already prepaid, and you maybe decided that you can't stay in you'll hives on you. Because I know that this times when you go to Hong condign and times when you go to leave isn't shelter in place. Yeah. So in this situation, you'll have to leave on you. With you your emergency stuff that you've prepaid all of the stuff that you've left behind. What do you think? You would miss. I or my gosh. Okay. Several times that I was actually evacuated. Do you know what I took my my purse? Of course, my cats have any cats anymore. I would take you know, like kid now, actually I ended up taking my computer hard drive because my whole life is a writer with on that. The things I left behind in a what here's where technology is good. Here's where technology gets to make us happy. You used to hear people say, I'd take all my photographs all my photo books of my wedding in this that will now most low that stuff is on your phone or on the cloud or on Facebook, or whatever I think I would miss. Well, I don't know my books, but then again, we live in a world where we could most easily replace things may think Steph for my childhood that I have in my storage room, Raj. 'cause I know I take that with me this. I have you know, my people might pets at my basics. And I grabbed my hard drive, which is right in front of me. I, you know, I'll be I'll be okay, I'm at all the rest of that stuff is material. But when you pull it time to question like that a new Radi think about it. You realize ready that will in life? Do you really? Need other than the people around you. And like you said to the memories really it's funny because I was talking to Bella in bed last night before we went to sleep. And I said to Tolkien by the conversation that we were going to have today in this interview. And I said I'm going to ask what she would miss. I, you know, if she had to leave stuff behind, and so Bella turned to me, and she said, well, what would you miss I? And I said you DEA.

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"mushin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Wearing motion capture. Yes. What is that? Like. Looks super comfortable, and it's just not even a delight for John carber. I was I was on like stilts this high. And been can't be camera on my back and the dots and the ridiculous unflattering, you know, Mushin capsule apps you in the desert for practically five months, all my. And then when they when the review comes out someone says, you know, ours carcass voiced by Willem Dafoe. How did I thought? Okay. Oh how movies? They don't and they don't they don't have to. I don't know how cards made but I can still drive in. It can get me someplace. But what's that? Like, it's. Pretending it's task. It's task. It's it's challenge. You know, we used to play basketball on stilts to try to get good with them. You know, I like it. I mean, I I'm like doing structured actions and having something come out of it. It's. Sometimes I've even I've said I feel more like a dancer than an actor because I really believe in the wisdom of the body. And I think I think all things emotional psychological from out of action in home out of applying yourself to doing things that doing actor actor do were. How old is your son? How old is probably thirty seven. Okay. I'm asking because. Me somewhere around that. He's four years older than me. He's thirty six. I'm good at math thirty six. Okay. Let's go with that. But the reason I ask is because it's always interesting to me, you almost always here actor say, I made a film. So my kid could see it or or. What would I thinking of? Get it. But I never. Here. I care, but that's not why do. Fighter bigger fish to fry wary about that. Think that was cool though, having you in spider man, doing things like that you grew up on movie sets the app around the theater's. So everything was cool. Yeah. Maybe that's why didn't need to do it for him. Because he was always pretty around my stuff. So we was me. I was him. We're family. I don't have to do. For. Tell us about your Pixar experience. Picks is great. I mean, I can. For example. Well, it's different because John Carter was one thing. And finding nemo was a mother finding nemo. Andrew Stanton is just fantastic to work with. And basically since you're voicing things you'd go in there, and you just bang away. All these different variations just to give them material to work with because they're animating you aren't animating to something that's already drawn doing the first year doing the first draft. And then there's lots of drafts after that. But he was a genius at being in the room and just giving you direction to put it on its head. Do it sideways. Do it in all these different ways. And was really fun. It was like a game of call and response. And he was you know, tireless in variety he could find and Pixar as a place was just amazing because everybody was turned on a do..

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"mushin" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"mushin" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy

"Yeah. We announced that two. So chef is fighting some Twitter hack from Pittsburgh as he calls it who I guess a audition for pasta Lytle lost a mantis in basically was making fun of the fact that Mantas deformed is that it was a charity case only one because he's deformed. He had words with chef. Now, they're gonna fight then we have mardi mush verse. And we should get him up here. Let's get guys up here. Yeah. We should I map Brown to people who truly don't like each other probably math around more doesn't like mush. And we'll get 'em oil. I think I might be the other. I think map around makes fun of muscial lot. But I think it like it gets to Mushin like that leads him to really dislike map branch more. So than the other way. I do like that storyline. I'd be I'd be a little bit skeptical because I just don't know of mardi mush can get that. And yet without smart enough to not like someone he get. No, he gets mad like map Brown will hook moesha's, man. Really? Brownhill stir the pot, and then muscial be like like whites come up or like map brain will text me something about mardi. But why can't he can just say that to me like the mushy there is there is legitimate dislike between both of them. I I knew that. And I, but I always just thought, you know, Matt Brown would get really pissed off. He has like no trust for Mario. She's just distrusted since the second. He came in a lot of it so map Brown was brought in and rigidly to be like gambling guy on camera. And he he was he's inter for whatever reason it's got like demoted to sales and then moosh who like literally as marbles in his mouth in like really a dumb human comes in and becomes like the gambling guy. And I think Matt Brown infuriates was like he's down the second floor. No fence second floor loser. Ville in like ill stuck down there. And in this idiot. We have upstairs do nothing who's on the gambling show. So that's where the hatred and map Brown gets mad because he goes I'm selling at. It's down there for this dumb ass direct go which would maintain a livestream yet. That would make me when angry as well. When you put it like that the animosity there for the from the guys selling the ads for the for the idiot upstairs just gets to live this cushy Marty mushy life, I make me mad too. Make me really mad. So we've got a hell of a ticket that is the Friday night before the Super Bowl is that. Correct. Friday, I propose the ball should be a lot of celebrities in the house, you're going to you're going to be a west waste management. I heard even though you haven't improved or asked or anything. Really? Yeah. So we're in talks right now with the tour about what exactly we can get out of the waste management where we've been repairing that relationship over the last couple of months once we know more, obviously, we'll be able to talk about it. They'd have a better idea. But yeah last year went to waste management this year. I believe we'll be there again, it's a little bit of a bummer. That's always the same week as the Super Bowl. But three not going to Atlanta at all. I doubt. I'll be in Atlanta at all. Yeah. What'd you think? By the way, I t's that piece of yesterday came out in a thong. Not Fong Speedo got two people going lot of us. The guy took a picture my ass. I saw I didn't even notice that till like people commenting. I don't blame. I always told you rigs. What if I told you gay guys love me gay guys wanna fuck? Yeah. I mean, you've been saying that since the elevator situation in in Minnesota where there for colleague guys love me. They will they see me as a piece of meat. They meet to the shit. I don't care. I'll never forget that moment with all. All over look me up and down. He goes. Whoa. And when I get this tan going gay guys, they flocked me. They really do what he was for. Sure. This guy who else takes a picture, my athlete that Tommy..

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