18 Burst results for "Naiko"

"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:59 min | 4 months ago

"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"On promote well yes for sure. festival My youtube channel of just starting my youtube channel for those who don't know i am a singer. Songwriter producer and opponents. No not not yet. Not yet when the money runs out okay. Let's it when you know when needs become must And so yes do acoustic covers of pop song classics be releasing my music this year End of general releasing original music. So find me on youtube. Negative neko naked without naked naicho. You can also find me on. Instagram nocco facebook thanking night. Go and we shall be in touch them. Make sure to let comment subscribe. Is it naked because you sing that close on the so naked naicho was again a name. The it offers a joke Between me and master caution. Who's the phone drove. The company i work full while speaking on stage and then he started making jokes about naked. Naiko identity just came out of nowhere and then he kept on talking about it. And then i started realizing this is actually a good branding because You know i've you know when you set up your social media you wanna have something that no one else has taken so i wanted nyc nocco taken a tried nanka music music is taking like music official too. Long sucks in nyc. Oh what music not adopt music. Not dash music nike slash music. All of these things. So i was thinking Naked naked without the eat worked. And it's a the main and i've got the all. The social media handles all so when people hear the would naked. I mean tons of towns in the month they wanna go see what this is about. What is that right. People are curious. And when i see those no actually naked then you know then it's okay because you know it's funny because people wanna see naked people or people people have this. This was the word oppression. Over by student. The difference between oppression and repression. This oppressed need to experience sexuality because as humans we are you know given its. There's a tabu around sex. That's why it's always in the forefront of humanity. You know that's the reason people go out into clubs because they want experienced sex and you know people have this. They'll here naked. Like oh the other be embarrassed to open or above but everyone wants to see nudity. Everyone wants to see something to do with six polity and then when they actually do see it that person will be judged or they'll be like other to selling themselves or all you know and many times. I thought i actually do my youtube. Channel topless and ethel. well no because to felt they would have sold. It would have got me the the subscribers in the following but it wouldn't be for what i it would be for the fact that this dude playing guitar in his home studio topless some people might find it offensive and they'll share it. Some people might feel attracted to it and they'll share it. Some people might find it funny and now share it so it will be attention for the wrong reasons. Like let's talk about their rights and on the howdy. Thanks for listening to me episodes If you could remember to write and review code after you've listened fantastic and also subscribes so when already sydney one you get an identification and also plays stay friends on site shows about me focused now on oppy back later. I have a great day and speeches syrian..

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"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"A result of the light beam so unknown loud so it's a one and he put it all back if he looked at the universe is all lights and if there was no light than darkness. So there's no such thing sound. It is just disliked which is vibrating. Quick enough that we hear a sound. So that's very powerful. What what came to my mind when you said that because everything has a sound vibration which comes some light vibration and it's not that in a different. It's it's so it's vibrating so quickly in terms the light that we can hear a sound and years ago with the cups and the string. I tried to do my neighbor and it didn't work. That's because i could still hear them. Because i only fucking a meter away but i thought the concept of it because if you speak it's my breaking through the cop for the shrink you put your air like when they say show from the ocean to your ear you can waves. I fuck off. That's nonsense bob looking at that now. If that show was being in that ocean for years is completely charge of that vibration of the waves. Right that if you put it to your air fool you never. Rock can absorb sound for more than say a sponge or whatever that you put that shows you air if it's vibrating from the migrations and they see that you hear that sound and say like listen to you on the phone. I recognize sound. Naiko i listened to the sound of that show. I can hear the ocean gun could be. I'm nick nike this like father christmases that you. Oh ho on down. The chimney is far the christmas but if somebody's going ha ha ha offering a burglar's just run up nick. Mum's mum jewelry because he's laughing so now that difference between harahan. I hope is different. So maybe you can hear ocean sounds through show and yeah just kept. My you want is very very interesting. Man you have like a frac toll mind like once thing would trigger something which will trigger. Something sounded she slight vibration vibration really quickly and we hear is a sound when really it's just the some it will comes down to the sunday night and then what about after the said said that. Be thinking about this. Recently the son has got so much heat. Back when say the middle coles or the the top of the sun coz that is so much heat in the middle of heats up again. It's almost like if you have a barbecue outside right. And it suddenly drops really drops cold temperature. It was off. Just go out and get code. But if you've got the sun blaring the temperature of that call was going to be consistently next to say twenty degrees so you can cook a bugah a cook as quick. 'cause it soviet burnt down but it still containing consistent temperature so i thought wow they say. The sun is fifty big on the earth. Whatever some thinking..

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"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:05 min | 4 months ago

"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Will compare what is life. They'll think of themselves for though think. Okay i m the library. I am dead i am alive. So they they Associate life with human activity but people have awareness. That water is alive that there is living things in everything. Some people even don't consider trees in the plant world is a valuable living world. You know some people don't even realize that the earth is a living thing breathes you know it's the whole complexity of it and it's insane that because we have the natural world and the human well demand world and we separated for some reason at some point to get separated we say it's manmade whatever is manmade his earth mate so is it manmade to play plastics. We say fossil fuel this is from the most delivered us a bottle from space. And it's insane. It's insane when you made that connection and everything you do everything you touch everything you drink. Everything constantly contact of has that earth vibration motherfucking of i'ma behind this qazi. That's made from earth if you put it out in a field and put it there and compare it to surrounding trees and grass you think. Oh it's technology. Where does technology come from a man but all those metals come from the components the lick rocks or whatever. The glass comes from sand heated sand. The in a when you when you if somebody is like pasta right. I simply medics medics would do. Is that will shine a light in there. I why because it will respond dan. I is responding. Which means that audio is not dead. It is alive. If you give a plant light it moves start to grow right so when people think plot is just not alive because it's not moving. It's wrong because we give a light. It grows just like he put light in your eye. It moves backwards and forwards. You know it's quite funny. I saw this Video.

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"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"naiko" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"Stop so as you say you realize conscious as a conscious person that we are the system and it failed us individually so we hate the system but we learned we understand the system and how it's there for the jet the whole of humanity basically. You can't hate it even a you a from it and you get what it's about because as you said people were dog without water but we know that just drinking tap water with i and fussell crap in isn't good for us so again it's true you can't hate the game when you're using the game advantage and then that comes down to just i find it always comes down to just live your life for you and look to other people because as you said you'd start teaching people you want to help people. They're not listening than you become like annoy. Think fucker man united and then you will note. I am blessed one who has this level of awareness. I am the blessed one already a just by knowing this and they do not i win i win and that is it surrender. Let go to everything else. Because you win the fact that you know this and that is when you become a jesus among a buddha gandhi because you're knowing and you see everything and then you start to have peace and understanding of the world and just i'm grateful of life and then you imagine you're you're rock and space rock rock and everyone just one existed there in the head and then you realize woke melons got water and food this so much water looking down from fucking space and you can see is water stopping watch whatever the place they walk go to that ocean and like because he salt because data rates the body. They've got a car because they haven't evolved to same as america has so the has to come down the helicopter and then there's too many people to carry them because his handicap heavy is gonna fucking crash in august and he. It's not as simple as it is. And then millions fucking walk in landmark. There's plenty of water. The wind for this tapped to be built. What done was created because somebody just built up and they said give it manifest fish forever. Fish eats today teaching. No-one taught how to use the top. They just put a tap manufacturing back to america. Is that what happens. In the tat. Doesn't work well if the not if they lose the not or it gets rusty at any discrete job. Numbers screwdriver. The middle of the desert. So then it's like three complicated. I got lost like towards the end. Man how did you get onto top with screwdriver based transactions. If you just keep doing everything for everyone do they. Were no way you came from to get that. If you just put a tap in the middle of say africa in the desert requires a boat and shop for another boat you now. I need a screwdriver. Buckets got a ho in a bucket from can't wait three months america. Drop down a basket of supplies because that helicopter required fuel he posted the fuel tax payers..

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Rob Garnet One More Wave

The Coastal Athlete Program

06:12 min | 1 year ago

Rob Garnet One More Wave

"Welcome back to the coastal. Athlete. Program I'm your host. Shep today. We are joined by very special guests. We are joined by the record surf operations a US Navy veteran. Therapy advocate, a waterman, a good friend of Joe and be good friend of mine, because we're all part of the one more way, family, Ladies and Gentlemen, please welcome to the show Rob Garnett Rob. How're you doing? Then fantastic thanks for having me am. Champ and Danny Danny met you before but SHEP. We've talked a couple of times on the phone, so it's cool to be some of the zoom. At least on Zoom. Danny is our producer, and so he's going to be helping out doing the editing and mixing the episode down and things like that Joe is going to be joining the podcast just a minute. He was transitioning from from pork. Chop actually up to his apartment. He's coming back doing some surf therapy sessions. My guess would be out of Pendleton or something like that. As usual on Wednesdays, Joe is on the road living the mission so rob. Before. We get too deep into asking you. Questions I just have to ask when it came time to transition out of your career in the military, did you? When did you know that you wanted to get into surf therapies specifically? And when did you know that like this was going to be a special moment? I. Think when I was so I retired from the navy and two thousand fifteen and so that was kind of win Wave, actually becoming nonprofit, and so I had a couple of buddies Alex and Kyle. We can talk about later. That were trying to get going. They've been doing it kind of. guerrilla-style for before getting official, and so I kind of knew about it before retiring. And then it kind of kicked off. For ME I. I was volunteering here and there with more ways. I had some other gigs so right when I retired I started doing government contracting jobs I did that for a couple years before spending a lot more time volunteering than later coming on. As employees. So, Joe I just ask some general questions. Trying to do is cut those questions and stuff at the back, so feel free to take the lead, and you have the floor sounds it sounds like you talked a bit about something about diving for the navy and then sports. Now we're talking about why I came the navy. Sorry to repeat it, but. I came in hoping to be Navy diver. I've been a commercial diver for about six months in Galveston. Texas after drop Nettie. Collagen thought that'd be a good transition and When I tried to join the navy, they said the Dow closed and that they dove at butts that I should go try that. Sounds like a good idea and so. They had me take a job. That would allow me to go to buds. became a parachute rigger, so I went to school i. By Mos got my. Parachute rigger on. And then off to buds I, not really no one else doing. My parents were hippies so military people. No one wants to be joined. The Navy so really did not get into. So I imagine was a little bit of a surprise to show to buds. Learn what that school was or. Just just the suffer faster not quite ready for nicely. I imagine imagine that's quite interesting. SUFFER FEST! I also can imagine that doing the work that you did. Know you and I kind of a little bit of your background. I've imagine that really helps. Set you up for the mission at one more wave and getting on top of things and getting things moving. You maybe talk a little bit about that. Of maybe some things you learn from the Navy that you apply now at one more. Share just. Learned a lot towards the last couple of years at Miami my time in the service. How can help people in much really from? I've been injured several times while on active duty at spent time at the. At Naiko which I know, you're not talking about for jokes. The National Intrepid Center of Excellence Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic says Maryland runs, and so I started my treatment probably. This is probably two thousand ten zero five years before I retired, and so I have a lot of time to spend time with other folks that had had you know whether it was PGA s or All the kind of things that were happening to people are not super physical, but burying paxil sleep issues, and so I got exposed to lots of different therapies, and I just knew man. This is can't wait to spend more time doing this. And, so I was really excited because I learned all these things in the navy, but how can help other people at learned a lot about the va have across his work for compensation took care people how some days are better than others. Some states are Oracle, and and what? I didn't realize. Your percentage rate affects how you get treated to I was treated well, but I'm on a different ratings on people's. It's tough so I definitely learned a lot, you know. Early on about how to help other people do this and it really as you've seen Joe out. Watch people's faces. When you get to give him some equipment whether it's a board or a boogie board or people that have had nothing. He's got a wet suit like our friends in. Santa Cruz just the amazing transformation that happens. Not only from equipment, but from the community that step we all share the Melcher that we love. Not Picking up cigarette, butts or cleaning off the flight deck, but you know going out von and be talking a little trash, each other encouraging each other and just share. That shared experiences is powerful so. Yeah I definitely can attest that shared experience than to be fair. No ship Naidoo usually pick up cigarette butts, but easily on the beach and they drive us nuts, so that's why. It's quite funny. Were you a surfer before you've got out of the military and got with one more way? Has. Started at middle, school on off and then did it alter the teens long morning. And then took several years off and then kind of into it later on, so yes. We're always at the beaches, kids. We're always bodysurfing. Trying to collect fins like my friend Joe Against. Debbie me and my fin collecting hoarding abilities. That I have for quite

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"naiko" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"naiko" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast

"Uh-huh listening to sort search from the legends. ALDA alda link's awakening remake nintendo switch and the arrangements composed by unknown. But Dan loan. I think this is the track trek. Plays like when you first land on the island and you kind of walk into the village. Sorts searches yes. Probably that point where you're looking looking. You're going into the forest to retrieve the sword because I can tell you from you. You get it from the force from the Beach Oh my goodness. It's been a long here. You're right I think it is the beach. There's a long time I wanNA play this because I just WanNa give me this feeling of plans again. This is the game that I played so much. It's like a long road trips. Kid I sit in the back of a station wagon. That have the Gameboy out the window trying to get the sunlight do. Do you remember those days cooler. Old that low point boy Naiko flashlights. kind of like a curly Q.. Opinion was like a box that sat on top of the the screen and it was like lit around it barely fit Italy shoving on top of the game boy. I wonder if I saw that stuff win. I don't anyway Danielson has A testimonial he says this track is a gift to my wife and son my wife and I grew up playing this game and it's very close to our hearts. I still play annually at the the very least we so often hung tracks. One another as we are randomly doing bigs it makes me think of adventure and embracing the challenges. That will come our way which is what makes me dedicated to my son as well. Well he means everything to me. I can't wait to share the Adventures and take on the world with them it is also gifted both Robin and the rest of the GM community without the heavy GM. I wouldn't have become friends with Youtube and the rest of the community as a wonderful world. All you in it holidays every it's kind of Nice because the chat people like multiple people were like asthma homey. They allows my home. Yeah that guy's just super positive very motivated. He wants to work on a project project game project this year to. He's got some big ideas. And I am excited to bring those to fruition as I as I toll Cameron and then he told me he was kind of strange but I would say like in chat to him. Does this meet your vision. I'm just working. Detoured your vision of what the game should be is. I'm just doing the programming. So Yeah so whenever he wants to work on I know he's he's got great tasting games. He's got. He's got very similar tasting as I have difficulty in shooters shoebox up. I'm excited to do that this year. If if that's where the wind takes US Sir William Take. She said about unloved music. I like that testimony. It's very nice. It's very family. Very friendly friendly. Very family oriented. Yeah I'm personally. It's the amount of people that I've met through. The podcast is and it really came to light when we were at accessed. It's a nice feeling I gotta say there's a there's a whole world of people that can just generally connect just from the museum like you go automatic and I worry about this a lot like we go there for me all these people whether it be band members or listen to the show and I'm always like we go out and they meet the shop meet. These people were nibbling all right as Robin. There's Pernille what are they like pornography eating gummy bears RAV. It's just you know walking. Drew here by looking at stuff. But he wants to do these guys land. Our hand with these dorks. Lifespan would've failed like whatever for all the day is happening. Everybody meets up. We're all weird. Yeah but we work well together. It's a good Good combination of weirdness and in the end the music and Games in general are connecting point to us and honestly sometimes it really is. That's enough sometimes. It's not something I expected to. I mean I guess I should have expected but it's not something I expected to happen so So well you know the the the the friendships and the connections that you've made with people people listen to the people. Just listen to music to do this this music so we should keep on moving so cornell. What's your third track? My last track for the episode prior to of course the bonus room is going to be tracked. Is mm-hmm this track may well be I'M GONNA go with this one. I have one for the close of this show too but I'll go with the dedication. So title is from the Gang Shimagami. Ten say four area and the title track is battle a one and the composer is Ryota. Oh Taku Zucca and yeah and against welcome back. You're listening to battle. Eighty one from the game Shimagami. Four intendo three D. S. composed. Yoda Kazuko Zucca. Track plays and the narrow dungeon at the very beginning of Shimagami tense. A four and why in the heck when I picked this track who who is dedicated to well in those already been done in by number of other people. I'm doing the same thing where I'm dedicating this track to every listeners of the show pleading myself health but mainly to everybody on the show and the reason being is because battery one please and hear he beginning in this game and unlike a lot of RPG's in my personal thing thing is Jimmy Gamay tense. A four actually starts ridiculously difficult. It gets easier you progress through the game because as you play the game so you get more demands which makes you more versatile. Because you can customize your skills to fit any situation you need them to ultimate game becomes much Katie. Because you have a you've got swissarmy so to speak but early on. He don't have very many monsters. Most of them are weak. And your car figure out. What the heck am I supposed to do? You're how am I going to become decent snuffed. Get past the mandatory the mid point of his dungeon. How do I even play this game? And at on the Internet and see a lot of people out there gave up on his game because of the difficulty of this dungeon crushed Nokia. And he just couldn't do it but as we are. We are also dealing with some pride difficult times in our lives respectively. All of us have our challenges right now everybody says twenty twenty s New Year New Year that had died while some of that is true. The problems of the past. Don't just go away because the ball dropped in New York City. You still have them and we're still working through but what is worth noting. Is that the game. You might have faced some tough challenges to the previous year. But you'll get through Israel you'll get to them just like you got nar two and the men Atari Medusa and eventually found crazy. Oh Tokyo out with dirty ceiling. The point is you'll get through your progress to the next phase of what you're trying to accomplish and as you get better at what you're trying to do and it will become easier to accomplish each your defeat in the same line of pathway that you're taking so don't stop simply because it's hard at I b. b. persisted did I like the Gaijin perseverance. And you'll you'll you'll come out on top and that's generally my dedication from we all your all great people. You all deserve the best. We'll have the best because baby none of your slowing down any times. People in trouble very good. I think. That's that's that's what's important to remember. It's easy to forget ruhul real easy forgetting coughing and stuff. I do that to you do it to the man. It's human I think but to to be reminded of that and to have music remind you of that too is good and in this kind of dark wavy battled music from Shimagami ten say beautiful Dillard so my I track my last track. 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"naiko" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Bonobo the seven deadly chimps. So so here's the thing about the seven deadly sins. Maybe because I'm a visual guy and the seven cents were so commonly illustrated in the middle ages like think of drunken peasants rolling around among crab, people in man-size Beatles in Harare, sponge painting or hearty folk dancing to exuberantly during harvest and Abrego painting. I was pretty sure that they were some kind of middle aged concoction of the, you know, the monastery sure, but they are much older. Uh-huh. And and also have long been under the name the capital vices or cardinal sins. I've heard that I've heard sins Carlson was like murder murdering a cardinal. No burder a man. Whichever you need to do. So actually, the Greek spoke of a similar idea in the pre Christian world Aristotle wrote about a set of virtues in his and I'm gonna nail this Naiko mckeon ethics at either end of the virtue where a negative vice. So for instance, an overabundance of courage made you callous towards others and a lack of courage makes a person a coward. So finding the center of these attributes makes one balanced that this Aristotle's golden mean. Okay. So around three eighty AD three eighty sorry. C E a theologian named Evagoras Pontus, no doubt influenced by the Greek thinking about cardinal virtues and vices came up with the original list of the sins that became widely dispersed in the Christian world. And then about two hundred years later, they were modified a little bit and made into church canon by pope, Gregory the first pope, Gregory, not telling anybody anything, they don't. So. And I thought they were really a Catholic phenomenon. But it's not so many Protestants strains have it as canon as well and the seven deadly sins were frequently cited by none other than the holiest American ever, Billy fucking Graham. That's a real Bill name. Yeah. Yeah. That's That's true. true. So Billy past his great moral rectitude down to his much holier than thou. Son, Franklin whom in I only rectitude has been getting passed by pool. Boy. No, I think that's just fall Falwell junior is no I don't care who gives a fuck. They all have a son with a pool. Boy. Yeah. Boy in the trunk whom in an ironic twist for this story spends much of his time and energy these days supporting and.

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"naiko" Discussed on Cleared Hot

Cleared Hot

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on Cleared Hot

"You see a guy sprinting through courtyard get closed, lined by literal closed line under night vision goggles. That's awesome. Yeah. And I think about that all the time. Right. And then I also will think about you know, like, I was telling you like some of the worst things I ever saw was the treatment of their own people with the conditions that they were living in, and it's just you know, there's carnage. It oughta line there's going to be carnage wars, not abroad sort. It's not a scalpel. It's a it's a balloon filled with paint, and it gets on fucking everything. Yeah. And and so, yeah, I do think about all. That's what answer the questions, honestly, you know, if if I gauge myself off of the the things you see in the movies, right punching a wall screaming yourself in the mirror jumping up from sleep. Like, I don't have any of that. I don't either like, I don't I don't have those those kinds of outbursts. And I don't know how often those things are. And that's where it gets really muddy. And because people watch a lot of TV or movies, and they see those things it becomes stigmatized, which is why I hate the d associated with post traumatic stress. It's not a disorder. Like, I saying I think of truly come to the conclusion that. It is a natural thing. If you don't come back a change person or with some issues that you need to work through. Then I think you're sociopath because he can't experience that. I mean, if you do come back that way you need to watch out because it somewhere along the line. It's gonna come out whether you want to accept it or not, and I left Naiko with a moderate diagnosis oppose traumatic stress. And I don't know what that means because I also have TBI, and I'm sure you do too from the blast in a mess this up a little bit because I'm paraphrasing with people with advanced degrees were telling me, but TB I in post traumatic stress stress, I believe have about fifteen symptoms each. But the issue is thirteen of them are shared. So I don't I mean, I don't know. I don't feel you know, I I don't I don't. I mean, I think we all can get road rage. A little bit. You know, sometimes I'll definitely have issues escalating, and controlling my anger. It'll go from zero to fifty but I can catch it. Right. So I don't have outbursts something's frustrate me more than than they should have definitely dove into tasks instead of things that are bothering me in. Sometimes it hits me hard like going to the Vietnam war memorial there. It was crazy. There was these bosses were coming and they were taking Korean war vets all of them in wheelchairs past the Vietnam memorial on the way to the Korean more just rocked me for I was there. I just wanted to take a picture of it. And kinda just take it all in because I happened to be near there. And I and I enjoy going to the National Mall anytime that I'm close, right? So there's residual there for sure. And I just I don't know..

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"naiko" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"We get this Email, you should really hone in on this because this is your life honing cute guy moves into her apartment building. She says I met him in the laundry area. I gave my number and we went out. Okay. So much fun. We actually ended up going out three times and a third date ended back at my place. But since then he's not responding to my tax. And honestly, I feel like he's avoiding me. I never see him around the building anymore. I mean, this is typical isn't a typical what you usually a works out usually doesn't actually work out your full speed. And then you hang out. And then you kinda realize maybe that wasn't the best idea ghost each other. I'm just saying how. Yeah. I mean. I say when they get the milk for free. They're not going to buy the cow. Did not say that is that's the thing. They do said. Yeah, we just we didn't know if you were going to keep going. She said she'd brought him home with her that night. She did. So Jackie we have the background. Thanks for calling on. We're gonna call him live on the air here in a second. But can you tell us what happened when you went back home? How'd that Naiko? It was great. You know, like we went out. It was so much fun came back, and we hooked up a little bit. I mean, it wasn't like crazy, but it was like normal. I guess I don't know like. It made it to me, right. We're definitely going to go out again. So is there any do? You have a boyfriend girlfriend is there any significant other in the equation. No, I don't think. So I mean, it didn't seem like it. Girlfriend or like a die. Who was even juggling of? I think what could have happened is things seem so exciting and new come aboard they're expecting you. And then you end up come aboard. Siding and new love. Oh, jeez. They're expecting. That's..

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"naiko" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on KGO 810

"The basketball boy they called him bobby wanted to go pro some day so he was always out in the shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told them hey your wife wants you to take out the trash his mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how naiko could save money on car insurance so he switched and saved so it was all good wait to get on the road again music with my friend and you know much really wants to get on the road again if you're talking flying cars you're off roading you're going above all of that and you know maybe eventually dip we will get there hey charlie mogul hi i'm here i'm your host for the next hour we're going to talk about automotive transportation in the transformation that's going on all around us we can't not begin with cars and because that's the kind of the unifying factor and all of this and had a great morning got up early stopped in sausalito for cars and biscotti which is their version of cars and coffee which is a nice gathering beautiful sunny day like this people are out showing they're they're wonderful vehicles that they they like to own and operate and when we get to the flying car it's curious to see what happens with all of those now this kind of conversation can't happen on my own so i have assembled e eight team if that's that was something music we're playing last week stacey driving miss daisy thanks for being here this morning thanks for having me charlie stacey does not own a car but she likes to share her ideas about all of that got a little bit of a reveal from her last week that as long as the car goes fast and he's he's much happier with it yes yes and of course alex dak sets up to music and so much else i'm all about setting the tone for the morning yes setting the tone so let's talk about real quick i can't talk about just these gatherings we have in the morning i had a lovely visit with a friend of mine who has a a wonderful fifty eight triumph and it's a beautiful car and i told them we're going to be on the radio says i can't listen to it and i know some cars nowadays are made without an of course his car was made without a radio at all and we talked about how when we returning fifteen and sixteen fifteen.

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"naiko" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In the neighborhood knew about bobby bobby the basketball boy they call him bobby wanted to go pro someday so he was always out in the driveway shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told them hey your wife wants you to take out the trash is mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how naiko could save them money on car insurance so he switched and saved so it was all good baseman you're listening to art bell somewhere in time tonight featuring coast to coast.

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"naiko" Discussed on StoryCorps

StoryCorps

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on StoryCorps

"Welcome back we've got three story core interviews for you in this episode and they all come from people who as kids got caught up in big adult problems we'll start with roy and i co at a hara nineteen forty to president roosevelt issued executive order nine oh six six which authorized the internment of japaneseamericans like roy naiko roy was eight years old then and he begins by describing the atmosphere in his hometown of clovis new mexico and the weeks before his family wasn't turned sheriff into plainclothesmen barged into the house and search for what they called contraband they took out my brother's box camera my father's shortwave radio and they took the axe to it and chopped everything up my father never protested never said a word do you just there and on night vigilante groups formed in town we saw the men were holding the oil tortures coming across to where we live if we're gonna burn down everything state patrol came roaring in and told us quickly to gather up where we can in pillowcases and whatever can fit into the trunk of their car i remember my sister kathy my sister mary in my brother bill and i to four of us were squeezed into the back seat of the sedan and we'd left into doctors tonight we're all crying we couldn't stop it was just terrifying and some months later we're putting into camps do remember those times i do remember getting on these army trucks i was probably five or six years old i thought i was going on vacation did you know that you are not going to return to your house again i was eight years old and i really didn't understand what this all meant and how it would affect our family i guess i felt we were guilty of something but what i didn't know when we released if we talked about some of these things even at dinner table we were silenced especially by my father who said i don't want to hear that so you and i maintained silence of our parents and we regret it very much you know i just feel that i'm want to go back except that pride pride of who we are.

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"naiko" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on The Jump

"That's determined whether you sign with them and not he's not going to play the game he could say when he won't but that's not going to about how you play or what you get paid yeah you can say what you want i signed which is give me my money i don't care what you do well i think for the guys you said they'll get a contract with wherever they go they're going to do i think they have time to see how this plays out you know and go from there and like you said i think at some point i've been situation for the owner says some crazy stuff that he actually said so and players we put that to the side and focused on each other absolutely well that's certainly true but you guys had a strong reaction to that and the situation so i sure did what do you think in a free agency meeting or no i think if you're a free agent you're looking at the players that are there the coaches salad play the gentlemen ozzy's making massive mistakes left and right he's done a good job that's all i kill this will be so interesting it is not over yet the job is not over yet we will rejoin you after this break stick with us got your back bc everyone in the neighborhood knew about bobby bobby the basketball boy they called him bobby wanted to go pro someday so he was always out in the shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told them hey your wife wants you to take out the trash is mum was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how naiko could save money on car insurance so he switched and saved so it was all good.

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"naiko" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on KGO 810

"Fresh come taste the difference is in the forecast for tomorrow at that drizzle hitting your windshield but then more sunshine on friday will bring us a very warm a weekend mid sixties the mid nineties everyone in the neighborhood knew about bobby bobby the basketball boy they called him bobby wanted to go pro some day so he was always out in the driveway shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told him hey your wife wants you to take out the trash his mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how naiko could save them money on car insurance so he switched and saved so it was all good armstrong and getty and we're talking with brian from certified heating and air conditioning lot of our listeners are turning on the air conditioning for the first time right around now what's the first clue that something's going wrong you know a lot of times when he i turn it on if it gives a damn kinda musty moldy smell a lot of times because there's whoa stuck inside the equipment and it needs to get drained or flushed properly before you start using it because you don't wanna blow that stuff around in your airstream and some of those things aren't a big deal because just because the unit's been sitting around for so long while we were using the heater and sometimes that right off the bat noise isn't too big of a deal but if it continues its it warrants a phone call to have somebody come out and check it because you don't want the system to sit out there and self destruct so listen if you notice anything like that give brian and company call it certified heating and air nine.

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"naiko" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"It's it's it's a lot of different stuff people are coating for it so i think like links for this is just sitting on get hub getting it up and running that's not that is not something for everyone but but i think that stuff can sit there and there's there's minor standings there's nothing like illegal about that aspect of this case like doom three with the source codes available if they can take that source code poured it into something that then compiles on the switch like that seems like a legal thing sure i am not a lawyer what's true speaking of dodgy legal issues around into this stuff i'm a paralegal okay totally different hell a lawyer that can jump out of planes yeah helped me with my discovery dude is suing naiko over the switch dock frying his switch that they make yeah but they've got us alternative yeah like their third party dachshund and little cable type things out there which is a bunch of these super cool to have but i keep not buying one because like enough of them keep destroying switches they sent one of those they sent one of those out and i like through it in a drawer going like oh we one of these days we're going to need a dock and this will come in handy and i'm really glad that i would it's is sitting drawer which ever used that thing yeah oh like is it a power mismatch what is going on is it some kind of yeah found sites i don't know how much you care to power management about about technical minutia but there is a site called switched chargers dot com.

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"naiko" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Member fdic paying more for paint doesn't make it better paint it just makes it more expensive the home depot carries some of the highest quality paint brands in america but you'd never know it by the price like top rated fair premium plus starting only twenty five ninety eight a gallon look around you can always find a higher price but you won't find better paint quality pain lower price now one hundred percents satisfaction guaranteed at the home depot more saving more doing us only see store for details everyone in the neighborhood knew about bobby bobby the basketball boy they called him bobby wanted to go pro some day so he was always out in the driveway shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told him hey your wife wants you to take out the trash his mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how naiko could save money on car insurance so he switched and saved so it was all good ready to become insanely obsessed then joined the eighty million people yes eighty million downloaded best teams best fiends is the beautiful super addictive game that puts your strategy and smarts to the test solve challenging puzzles and collect tons of few characters with new levels and events every week you won't be able to tear yourself away from your phone or tablet join the obsession click now to download best fiends for free or visit the app store or google play that's friends without the art best beans.

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"naiko" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"You're all right on that one tim thanks for doing this in stay warm out there hope he gets some thermals that all right you travel safely buster i'll talk to you soon everyone in the neighborhood knew about the basketball boy they called him wanted to go pro someday so he was always out in the client way shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told them hey your wife wants you to take out the trash is mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the other hand bobby had heard how naiko could save money on car insurance so he switched and saved so it was all good justin burland or the houston astros is off to a strong start to the two thousand eighteen season he pitched great against cologne on sunday night i got a chance to talk with them on saturday in advance of that start about his career just in your incredibly goal oriented some curious after you got your championship ring if there was a time when you went back to your place and you're sitting down and you're looking at it really taken time to sort of examine the whole ring actually no not yet it didn't fit so i had to send it back unfortunately you know really his offseason really wasn't that opportunity it was kind of you know you mentioned goals in the winning a championship one of them but grab the world series is over and got married and then after that much time i got home and everything calm down and he's like okay it's time to start working out again start folks next year so this this offseason was kind of crazy i never really had originated to to soak it all and or or anything it was like okay gotta.

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"naiko" Discussed on Guard the Guardians

Guard the Guardians

02:52 min | 4 years ago

"naiko" Discussed on Guard the Guardians

"If you're imaging if you need it. And then the next three week is all based on on healing. And it's a an entirely holistic care models of the point where you have all your traditional neuro speed. Path P T O T, you know, all that kind of stuff. But then there's all the additional pieces, which I'm I'm helping bring in which the canine there be equity and they're the art therapy, mindfulness yoga, no, kind of all these things that were really helpful at the Naiko Naiko things that helped me most obviously there were some of the basic stuff. But for me was the art therapy. And the canine therapy, you know, service dogs. I mean, you can't I'm a dog. I, you know, you're either a dog person or you're not. And if your dog person, you know, there's some amazing programs out there for that. So very cool before we dive into some of the mechanics around. What is t b I what is P T S? And then what the mbh is doing to solve those issues. How would someone who's listening who's a veteran or a retired athlete? How would they even know that there are suitable candidate to come see you guys in the first place because like I said before you know, I've got some stuff that rattles around in my head from being in country. But I'm by no means the worst. Yeah. But not even anywhere close. And I've seen so many my brothers and sisters that have way worse than I do. So like was what I envision is individuals out there thinking similarly saying, well, that's not for me because yeah, I've got some issues, but you know, this guy over here this lady over here is just so much worse than I am give it to that person. How do you? We're what are you looking for what I would say to those folks is I don't think you're taking anyone slot. 'cause you're not there's a slot for you. If it's not at the Marcus institute, you know, it can be in a lot of different institutes that are around there. There's some great stuff going on. But what I would say is, you know, what we are looking for and you can go online just look up online, and we kind of have some basic what to look for you know, if you've got a traumatic brain injury. You know, you're qualified no mild to moderate severe. That's not something that we typically can do just because when you're severe TBI. There's it's, you know, you're you're more coma. Coma. State kind of things that's not something that we're going to be able to handle but the Craig hospital here in Denver, Colorado is great for severe TBI. You know? And there are some other organizations that are great for that. But if you've got a mild to moderate TV, I. You know, do you qualify. You know, if you have some of the co morbid, psychological health issues that come with it, you know, the post traumatic stress things -iety depression anger things like that. You know, we can help you out. I guess the big thing. I would say is just I get asked all the time. Like, if.

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