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"papu" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

04:29 min | Last month

"papu" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"It'd been closed for independence day l. to go beach l. Toko combing pig is the most popular tourist destination in all salvador. For great reason it is a small beach town with two main walkable streets beautiful sunrises and sunsets and world renowned beaches for surfing. You will love spending the rest of your day at l. to beach. It has incredible sunrises and sunsets. Depending on the time of year you visit you may find a rock surrounding you and swimming restricted. I visited in september and found the beach were riddled with rocks intense currents and nine plus foot waves for safety reasons. Swimming was permitted to about knee. Deep water and i made friends with lifeguard or one of the lifeguards salvador. The view that the visas lenny which was super sweet. And it won't take you long to get there since his only about an hour from san salvador and keep in mind. If you're following the itinerary you'll go on the walking tour then you'll go to rainbow slide. And then i think it's about an hour so from rainbow slide as well too. But it's super easy to navigate. You can put dollars dollar cafe and your gps slash ways to get to the beach in the middle of el chico's slash platoon co. You will find the famous. Elton kerak shaped like a pig. Lying down on its back and i have images and the blog make a stop at surfers shock for smoothies. Los amigos for juice and papu says my favorite spot or delay cafe for all day long breakfast. Great wifi and a greek co working spot depending on when you visit how much time you have you may want to add adventures in surfing in l. tinkle beach which based on locals recommendations is typically the best like november december january. Ish just to give you a gauge. And i also went surfing and costa rica and i have an article. Show a man if you are curious as well as behind the scenes videos on playa toco as well. It's easy to see why one day el salvador is not enough either way. Don't skip el salvador. Beyond the land of the volcanoes rainbow slide and world famous beaches. There is more you may want to visit lead with other florez and suci toe to which i'm hoping to visit perhaps on my next potential visit. You haven't yet definitely check out my one day travel and top ten things to do around the world guides. There is a reason why the tourism campaign focused on telling me and us. And you hashtag. Don't skip el salvador and may be the smallest country in central america but it is rich in culture history and adventure whether you want to spend time in the capital roaming volcanoes or surfing the waves at the beach. You will love it. Have you visited el salvador. Before is it on your bucket list. Now you haven't what interests you the most to do here on one day el salvador. If you haven't you guys check out my instagram at katrina. Julia fit within less than two days. My real on the rainbow slide. Got over four thousand views already. So you'll probably definitely love it and feel like a kid in a candy store slash better than a kid in a candy store. Because you're on a freak. You're imagining yourself. On a rainbow. Slide in the middle of volcano. Any who you leave a review on the show and your website and or instagram. I will shot you out if you share on stories and tag at katrina. Julia fit at fit live. Chretien i will reshare and create transform and inspire you are born to all tabs on stay wellman money. Marketing scissors and travels to create a life visit already head on over to the blog. The podcast and the threes to jump start your transformation. You're ready dive into online courses. The live event or the retreat. And if you wanted to create with our community on an even deeper level definitely check out. Our internships are influence her collaborations manage and grand engagements. Let's..

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"papu" Discussed on GG Over EZ

GG Over EZ

06:24 min | Last month

"papu" Discussed on GG Over EZ

"We need idea for hundreds on coming over. I said i'm coming over here. that's possible. Yeah and i'll edit it. So that's had the cuts and stuff like that. I'll even cut to like blues. Michael sarah always i. I miss cutting the podcast. He's still here. We're good cutting up. The podcast was always fun. That was always like a a nice kind of disconnect from my normal talk to me. I'm disassociating really. Wasn't i would just like re-watch it and then just go through it. And just like monotonously like cut slide cut slide. Lied just fun though. It was like a really nice easy editing kind of thing monotonous and boring but easy most speaking of cut slide. Hello needy puppies this morning. take the ball take. I haven't needy cat. he like did you. Do your dogs wake you up at like three. Am ever enough. Only if they like really have to go like they're whining or something. That means they probably got papu value olive because office probably just chilling already netflix. Oh yeah well. It's a matter of if we can catch him in time if olives whining that she's really gotta go because she's good it anyway after ninety eight. Thanks for listening. And you're watching speaking of cuts in slide. You said yeah. I was trying to think of it on the fly but then i got distracted. I really have cuts slight a plot. We do have some topics to talk about today. That we move to back question mark. You actually played it mr fruit. What was it like a while. we're just we're going right into it. Okay can start at the desk so we are destiny. Podcast that's true the season and then which queen stuff the fact that so many people were like astonished to see me playing destiny to supposedly this video game. And guess what you can play some video games and take some breaks from video games okay. I feel like it's the only the destiny community the community. That has this idea that like if you go and leave destiny to play another game like can't come back you can't come back. It can come back. It's like an elephant in the room. It's luke smith at luke. Smith comes closet and says i stream that it's like what sprayed us look at the mirror and say destiny two three times and luke smith. You fucking some fucking forty year. Old dude from minnesota just comes on just like you're fucking pose. Not what advice. But it's okay so true bad like It's not that i went into ice rink destiny too. I was so scared to go back in the destitute directory. I streamed in the destiny one directory. Like that's like a. It's a serious problem. I was just like whatever i was doing. South on and i was like seventeen hours in so at this point. I had like an hour left. And benny was like. Hey let's just play some destiny. And i was like whatever it'd be funny and everybody will freak out and i was like but i refused to go into the destitute directory. 'cause i know it'd be like your back. Wait i thought you quit. Hey man You can't just come back like that. Hey man hawk moon like really like not. I like i'll go to the desi directory. The void that yeah definitely to had its which queen slash new season reveal where they unveiled what which will be when it releases february twenty twenty two and then a little bit of what we got where going on with the new season seasons the lost as well as during december will be having a thirty year anniversary of bungee servants coming and going there and i hate started like this. But i'm going to say it say it's it was whelming. It was okay about the witch queen. Reveal yeah it was okay. I was like yeah but like it wasn't it didn't blow me away which should be i guess at point. I probably just have unrealistic expectations. But like what would it take you to be blown away. That's what i'm waiting for like. I mean the glades cool. We about that I like eating sharp bright. Or what's grave weapons that you're talking about. Oh i think he's talking about the environment owned comes into the new. The new the new type i thought it was like the new land. They called it like yeah well. That'll be swamped. Savage dream world thrown thrown while gay my bam but is it any different If feels like a dream you play by the rules anyway New soups the for for the enemy. Now to me. I didn't really expect new subclass Because they're finally putting the lights glasses to the stasis treatment which is good but they didn't show us anything and all were getting apparently is one is like some fragments for only void. I wish they'd be like yo. Here's the whole white revamp but they're just gonna rolled out slowly. My problem isn't like the supers classes or anything it's just like i want the loot to mean something i want. Well that was my other problem. They're like look at all this stuff from this new weapon on my cool. But how much of their is gonna is gonna be like. Is it gonna be like. Are we talking. Whatever the fudge that moon one was. I can't remember the name shadow. Keep whatever where it's like. There's like ten weapons the entire expansion. Go crazy I think destiny has has become a cycle for me in the sense that big new expansion taking king or something like that comes along. I play.

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"papu" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:48 min | 2 months ago

"papu" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"Maybe isn't the best to covering the tight ends just yet. That's what show here to do. You know we've talked about. Is he gonna wear to green dot. Which is going to be a position okay. He's going to be the guy that can cover somebody. I mean we've seen him pick off base and rudolf. Enough times. That i think and i think bend we be like okay. It's good to have some of this on our side. Finally what what is it with with the green dot. you know. that wasn't a big deal until just a few years ago. Now it's like. Oh they're the they're the head ranger you take out that power ranger and you take out all voltron. Does it matter who we making a big deal about the green dot. Well i don't know. I think it's one more way that we can separate one player from the rest. I think whenever as fans we see a player given additional responsibilities and additional duties. We think it's at the expense of everyone else. I don't think that's necessary the case here. I think this is a guy that you know. Maybe by him having a green dot. Maybe by him having the calls that let's bush just kind of run out there and free lance and hit dudes and ron and just be super athletic joy. I so i don't see it as a shot at the other guys. What i do kind of wonder about is we're gonna shelbert degreen dot and make it all the calls a guy that's been on the steelers roster. I believe at this point four days more than you and i yeah. He's watched about as much steelers footage as baker. Mayfield has so you know. Hey i don't wanna i don't wanna you know. Deflate the air out of this exciting situation. You know joe showboat a guy. We didn't even know we needed a week ago. Now is here to save our defense but look at the conversation on twitter. A lot of steeler fan super excited. But where were the jacksonville fans. It was a lot of crickets coming out of jacksonville as far as this. I don't even think jacksonville new. They had this guy on their roster where was blake bortles. Where was that guy. Come meeting us up at ireland's bar and grill walking in with his blake bortles jersey. Do remember that guy and then when then he switched to to what what what was divall. is that what. That's like the chant that's duval county florida. They go do all yeah. I was driving by ireland's all night. I didn't see blake bortles out there celebrating this. They're crying about the the departure of schober. What's that mean. When i look on social media and i don't see jacksonville crying peep about losing this. I think it's a little bit of a what a team was wanted. Fifteen hundred or whatever they were. They had the first overall pick. I don't think you're concern as a fan. Base is geez are linebackers are struggling in coverage. Like i mean sort of like you know. All my house was reduced to rubble. What a problem it had with the addict. I think it's it's i disagree with just a slight bit. I do think you know what i saw on twitter and maybe even slightly less toxic circles and you but i doubt it because it's twitter is that i think folks were worried about who what linebacker can cover somebody. I mean for lotteries. And so it's not nineteen ninety-seven anymore so you don't need to big dudes just running right at the line and sitting in the box and tackling your two hundred sixty pound running back duty the guy that can cover a wide receiver for a second and a half. And i don't know if we even had that guy before show came in. So i mean it's it's i think it's more like okay. It's almost like we went to a yard sale for like a house that got hit by a fire. And we're like okay. We'll take your painting and we'll give you ten bucks a state sales. I highly recommend it. Look hey don't be surprised. Steeler nation if our linebackers are still getting burnt by whiteouts out there you know. I don't think schober it's gonna come in and run made demand with dez bryant. Anyone out there you know maybe dez at this point bill. Yeah i mean. It was single people on twitter bryan. Yes i mean. I think it's a steelers tradition. Going all the way back to james farrior getting burnt out of the backfield by you. Know a jacksonville running back or if it's going to be a wide out so be it. I just don't think that we're gonna see the kind of success on defense that people are expecting with showed. I think we're still gonna have the same struggles that we deal with every year. I could certainly see that. I was going to say i can get go back even further. I can close my eyes. And i still see alfred papu running through the defense in the afc championship game with the chargers. But i think that. I keep coming like i said i come back to that thing about the second half shelbert can buy them an extra second half. Maybe the pass rush gets there may be. That's anger maybe that seismic maybe that keeps all four guys that are trying to block. T. j. watt may be that opens up that extra space. I think i think that's a bet worth taking because again. I keep sit with the alternative. Spelling wasn't buying that second of the half wonderful interception against lavar. And then i think that was kinda add like explain. Splaine's highlight reel is two plays right now and they were great play. He contributes at still a great little place. You can tell me a motivational speaker with those great place. And you're like dancer dine. Yeah I wanna pivot a little bit. This is still kind of within the deal. But kevin kevin colbert okay. People are just just a deluge of praise onto kevin colbert which you know wholeheartedly deserves every every. But let's not forget that he's not. He's not the perfect. Gm out there you know for every for every you know every schober signing we've had a larry green or who also had a couple of good plays against the bengals but he had honest. No one knew concussion. Thing anyone thrown off. I mean dante. Moncrieff or morgan burnett or blunt. Even bostick bostick. So you know we. There's a whole lot of praise out there. i've seen. I'm trying to find the tweet right now. I saw some some. Some guy was Had bought the a jersey with colbert. Put colbert on it that that might be. That's a bit much. I saw the tweet where someone had made their own. T shirt that said in the style of the godfather. It said the general manager. So there's already colbert. Merged wearing out there. If you if you're out there at the stadium with kevin colbert jersey than you know. More praise to you. But yeah i mean that's but you know this comes off to me a little bit suspicious a lot of this. I don't want to say. I don't wanna say that for a lot of fans that kevin colbert is our white night but there's another partner in the room with kevin colbert. And that's mike tomlin. Certainly who doesn't get the same type of praise. That colbert is certainly getting this month. Okay sure colbert has done. 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"papu" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

04:05 min | 3 months ago

"papu" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"papu" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

02:46 min | 8 months ago

"papu" Discussed on Radio Adventiste Béthanie Pétion-ville

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"papu" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"papu" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

"This sem jumps on a who saw has also the one the and heavy and as many letica sir here and with e via so more rahmatullah he to the he led the be debated tim had almost mohammed ali mohammed. At putting every year the wouldn't but at night because some button collini keep that combine human bomb while we were there listeners. No blunt indego by today who are by keeping his lap up within the asset. I'm glad that her by the as alum doing. And all those one hour getting thirteen and at a guy Caraba papu and it through our mini away but get there. But the glad being bra biden being islami at the abc. Had then god oprah november. We would say tokat wedding and tango. mobile here. city won't butter at those but blue to mazi ding ding and put kamara in carolina. Were we as the next galley. But don here when blue duck yes ender took me with the program. You need win. Over the dan but one bad at those that dr barry vowed didn't e- e daddy as they are yell he diabougou so i'm gonna very to cover the avenues that gary had putin degree. Genetic being in monticello shall i yes among others. Dini eddie will go to companion. Who by my hands the blue. We generally onions that there are more than and makes edges jakob building among the peace among noble bagman. Yeah it was the top a that then equity program make the idea by his love. Listener is about any shala that i'm by then mission to la massana. Then come on and get that informatica but you get the infamous needed up on hannity typical wanting here. You think about Bernie manila sorry non here in shalah a fumble idea of into january. Any anyone would ahead and yet the conrad massey's why did you got Needed bandai meet Mung lhasa. Nineteen charlotte dilemma. The calcuta but the The i'm bullish the secretarial We should've shell. That gas will win mayor kinney slough by a set the Casulty douglas the idea. That muscle quantity Idiot pensive opinion can be a monopoly in kenya. The win the is so w get to induce cananea again. So as nasa call real. This caller here can the room. Where but i did want to get you. Look smoke in glowing. Senior us now. They gave me in kindergarten. Puna the bad guy Taffeta get the Editor big alabama taffy. One in me. That i'm not the character who will be Home in charlotte beside to get equity away. If i did. Fm i thought shop with into an animal than the guy. The gun but my sweat. Yeah he shall we be other mccallum unless you get not how did you got december. The our tuchel balkan kaiji gb not analogies ding. Tell us to hit his allies. That then daniel my shadow..

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"papu" Discussed on World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast

World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast

12:25 min | 2 years ago

"papu" Discussed on World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast

"Hello and welcome back world talkers unofficial over more fan cast. I'm joined around here my by my bestest buddies who did not have the idea to trade me for or to sell to that too the king in the crypt or something. This Schuyler I did I did not put forth that plan I was. I heard there was a plan to get rid of me to put me in the dungeon. Not so much a plan plan to get rid of you but just a temporary bargains. Ah Get Schuyler back briefly. Yeah we needed. We needed him to edit some of our episode so we gotta get him back because so well hello everyone I am Chandler. I am back again here on the podcast again. We heard from Schuyler and that was Dan. Hi Everyone I'm Daniel and I noticed we're one short part Yes yes what did you guys do. A what did we will when we came to rescue this time. Yes we obviously had to fight the skeleton king. 'cause he was holding holding you prisoner okay. Let's who Daniel made the bargain for with. Yeah it was it was. It was not a great contract so we had to come back in figure ear out the deal which rose into a very brutal bloody conflicts. ooh but we ended up taking down this skeleton king and why it's ever the lucrative sort of Opportunist is the word. I'm looking for the opportunist yeah he is now a new skeleton king covered in flesh so were were really excited for him in his new position. So go ahead. If you'd like to leave him your regards go ahead and write in and let them know that you're proud of him It's all linked to now that that is very interesting. I mean it sounds like skeleton king and is now more lucrative than podcast. I know who would who would think that you know. podcasting is extremely lucrative especially when he has a space like ah dungeons specifically for podcasters like I. It's a it's a strange thing that he's targeting that demographic of individuals But I mean I'm I'm I'm looking forward to what why it's able to do in terms of restructuring that that business model well we'll see well listener. We are so glad to have you back. We actually we are so excited to announce and you may have seen the video that We have launched our official patriotic page. And let's let's see what we can do to get back. Maybe maybe this could be a lucrative a thing to us and the podcast all on the right track that we can make more content. We'll be talking more about that at the end of the podcast this podcast episode. So make sure you stay to the very end to figure out how you you can help us get Wyatt back but today we're going to be talking all about lower right skeleton King's everything I we saw with awesome. We saw some spooky stuff there. Lor So we're GONNA be talking a lot about today. Just our general thoughts feelings. Everything about the Laura Season Twenty nineteen which you guys think overall I think overall I definitely definitely really enjoyed it. I think I don't know if there's is ever going to be a time when we don't enjoy it podcast about it. Just I would say that Laura was a very a heavy like emotionally or even you know just because it was really spooky. It's the Halloween type of season. There's a lot of that Creeping Insult Salat of that impending doom that we so often like to talk about that Really prison on you. Kinda brings brings a heavy toll. Yeah and I think the the one of the things that I found most impressive about Laura's just you know they they were kind of taking this horror storytelling elements laments of what was going on. And if you've ever dipped your toes into the horror genre sometimes those things can fall apart pretty quick and what the stories. Actually we are and are like really going four but I think in the end what Lor did great was taking the this horror genre and turning it into a really cohesive storytelling format so it was a wasn't without its faults and we'll get to those later but I mean overall I think a good a good take at the horror genre in a live fantasy interactive theme park form. Love IT I. The one hundred percent agree. I think they tried some things that that worked very well. I think they had some challenges of their own as a park. In some internal L. structural changes that. I'm that may have changed some things. So that's Kinda. Get into it first and foremost the story right. The story was wasn't a hunt. Was it a a story what I mean. They advertised originally was a haunt right a bit more so of a haunt I think I could. I saw that especially. I don't know I like it. was there the whole time. But as the season progressed in lower the story like the main stories that the darkness had returned through the portal. And that the you know the darkness was taking over the town and so as the weeks went on as the days went on they would slowly be more and more haunt actors. But I'd say initially Sean. When we went through for the first time it didn't really feel like much of a haunt for me? It definitely did later on in the end of October but at the beginning for me it seemed a little slow in regards to haunting and kind of in a little bit too story as well right it was kind of like we're still in September and a little hesitant to get into the haunt but also hesitant to get into the story as I kind of what. I'm understanding there skyline. Yeah that's Kinda. That's Kinda how I felt about it or or ultimately ended up feeling about it especially the in comparison to how you know lower ended up. You know wrapping up right. In comparison to the end I would say they. They're they're really really figured out there groove With what they were doing in terms of how much story how much haunt how much of these things. How much growth in these different different areas do we want over the course of Lore? So I mean it's at least for me like projecting forwards. I think this is a good example of like okay. You know. Even if like they might not come in at least they didn't superheavy with guns blazing Papu at the start of lower they. They certainly whipped those guns out and started firing wildly closer towards the as daylight to handled. They they really brought got it awesome. Well what did you guys think about the questing right so we had the story we we as world walkers what we do is we quest in their right was there quests yet we do. We do quest a lot especially our group there are quite a lot of groups that go and they just like to hang out with some of the characters and we certainly like to do that as well but especially for me when I jump in there. I'm really looking for those quest lines and for those story moments and as far as like AAC I guess main questing as you would have it again. The beginning of the season was a little bit slow in regards to that. I did have a lot of really fun. Like character. Interactions but For me the question seemed to shift a little bit in regards to the way it was functioning It seemed less information based Like it has in the past passwords. Were ferrying information from one character to a next or telling a character. Hey this is what they said. This is what they are like agreeing to you. Said hey go to this person. CFO Bargain for this. So we go there bargain for that and then we'll come back say yeah. They accept that they didn't seem to really be a lot of that. It was more about like making the cure identifying darkness in the park Less ferrying stuff in kind of in a way more of observational things which were really fun. Though I I'd died I would agree about that. I would say as well like there were more elements of like what felt to me like. Oh you're you're now the action action adventurer you. Now get the opportunity to dig in the dirt. You get the opportunities to like physically make these cures you get the the Like as scholars pointing out like overall I felt like the questing setup in general kind of received a overhaul We saw some new elements come in As Laura was going on that tried to sort of give a baseline to to`real L. of like hey here's how you can play our game a little bit better in the form of gazette which gave some story and really fun and interesting ways as great photos in there like it felt like Oh man I am reading the ever more newspaper this is sweet and then in that is like Oh. Here's a little snippet of go talk to suds or go talk to this person. Go figure this out and it plants in your head There is information in the past and here is activity now to build the future so like it at immediately at least in my mind gives you a sense of a place which is what I think too to`real is really all about So good Gr- great stuff on the gazette I'm excited to see how that develops because has like like everything with evermore. It's never going to be perfect. I think they're going to want to continue to grow and develop and tweak and make these redesigns to make it more effective more accessible and so on. That really was such an amazing addition to the park that that Evermore Gazette to allow newcomers and old timers alike to learn new things to There was a help like help. Wanted Section am some fun comics and different things really at a great addition to the park. And something that has been needed since the beginning. Absolutely It really helped people like start into like simpler. Things they to find out that there is that there are things to do here. It's like and without calling him quests Because it was just people like saying. Hey we need help awesome. Andy needs help solving a murder The new coven of witches which is in town are looking to gather people. Go Talk to them about that There's a barrier. That's trying to be erected in town. come and talk to the specific character to learn how you can help with that. The really did function as a really good tutorial and as a part of that I think in regards is to question. We saw a lot more of of evermore trying to push group activity between like guilds and things I specifically really enjoyed joy. What it at least in my mind appeared to be like a training week like or a week or two kind of helping set it up for instance some of the characters in law got infected And then they were quarantined to the infected zone but some of them still had stuff to do such as sir. Philip Humphry. He still had mailed to deliver so as a World Walker one of the quests or tasks that you could go on that you needed to Escort the townsfolk around and then it ended up becoming really help full full in the next week or two weeks when one of the quests turned into defending the townsfolk from other dark. Bloods so it kind of trained you a little bit of. Oh Hey you just need to walk character around town to. Hey now we need a group of people to surround a character to walk them around town to to protect them from from enemies enemies and I really enjoyed how that was kind of set up like that but I guess you only really get the tutorial if you're coming multiple times but it was fun to see the progression. Yeah I I and I would say the the the group based sort of escort activities conceptually are simple enough that you know someone can see it and probably jump into it fairly easily..

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"papu" Discussed on World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast

World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"papu" Discussed on World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast

"Hello and welcome back world talkers unofficial over more fan cast. I'm joined around here my by my bestest buddies who did not have the idea to trade me for or to sell to that too the king in the crypt or something. This Schuyler I did I did not put forth that plan I was. I heard there was a plan to get rid of me to put me in the dungeon. Not so much a plan plan to get rid of you but just a temporary bargains. Ah Get Schuyler back briefly. Yeah we needed. We needed him to edit some of our episode so we gotta get him back because so well hello everyone I am Chandler. I am back again here on the podcast again. We heard from Schuyler and that was Dan. Hi Everyone I'm Daniel and I noticed we're one short part Yes yes what did you guys do. A what did we will when we came to rescue this time. Yes we obviously had to fight the skeleton king. 'cause he was holding holding you prisoner okay. Let's who Daniel made the bargain for with. Yeah it was it was. It was not a great contract so we had to come back in figure ear out the deal which rose into a very brutal bloody conflicts. ooh but we ended up taking down this skeleton king and why it's ever the lucrative sort of Opportunist is the word. I'm looking for the opportunist yeah he is now a new skeleton king covered in flesh so were were really excited for him in his new position. So go ahead. If you'd like to leave him your regards go ahead and write in and let them know that you're proud of him It's all linked to now that that is very interesting. I mean it sounds like skeleton king and is now more lucrative than podcast. I know who would who would think that you know. podcasting is extremely lucrative especially when he has a space like ah dungeons specifically for podcasters like I. It's a it's a strange thing that he's targeting that demographic of individuals But I mean I'm I'm I'm looking forward to what why it's able to do in terms of restructuring that that business model well we'll see well listener. We are so glad to have you back. We actually we are so excited to announce and you may have seen the video that We have launched our official patriotic page. And let's let's see what we can do to get back. Maybe maybe this could be a lucrative a thing to us and the podcast all on the right track that we can make more content. We'll be talking more about that at the end of the podcast this podcast episode. So make sure you stay to the very end to figure out how you you can help us get Wyatt back but today we're going to be talking all about lower right skeleton King's everything I we saw with awesome. We saw some spooky stuff there. Lor So we're GONNA be talking a lot about today. Just our general thoughts feelings. Everything about the Laura Season Twenty nineteen which you guys think overall I think overall I definitely definitely really enjoyed it. I think I don't know if there's is ever going to be a time when we don't enjoy it podcast about it. Just I would say that Laura was a very a heavy like emotionally or even you know just because it was really spooky. It's the Halloween type of season. There's a lot of that Creeping Insult Salat of that impending doom that we so often like to talk about that Really prison on you. Kinda brings brings a heavy toll. Yeah and I think the the one of the things that I found most impressive about Laura's just you know they they were kind of taking this horror storytelling elements laments of what was going on. And if you've ever dipped your toes into the horror genre sometimes those things can fall apart pretty quick and what the stories. Actually we are and are like really going four but I think in the end what Lor did great was taking the this horror genre and turning it into a really cohesive storytelling format so it was a wasn't without its faults and we'll get to those later but I mean overall I think a good a good take at the horror genre in a live fantasy interactive theme park form. Love IT I. The one hundred percent agree. I think they tried some things that that worked very well. I think they had some challenges of their own as a park. In some internal L. structural changes that. I'm that may have changed some things. So that's Kinda. Get into it first and foremost the story right. The story was wasn't a hunt. Was it a a story what I mean. They advertised originally was a haunt right a bit more so of a haunt I think I could. I saw that especially. I don't know I like it. was there the whole time. But as the season progressed in lower the story like the main stories that the darkness had returned through the portal. And that the you know the darkness was taking over the town and so as the weeks went on as the days went on they would slowly be more and more haunt actors. But I'd say initially Sean. When we went through for the first time it didn't really feel like much of a haunt for me? It definitely did later on in the end of October but at the beginning for me it seemed a little slow in regards to haunting and kind of in a little bit too story as well right it was kind of like we're still in September and a little hesitant to get into the haunt but also hesitant to get into the story as I kind of what. I'm understanding there skyline. Yeah that's Kinda. That's Kinda how I felt about it or or ultimately ended up feeling about it especially the in comparison to how you know lower ended up. You know wrapping up right. In comparison to the end I would say they. They're they're really really figured out there groove With what they were doing in terms of how much story how much haunt how much of these things. How much growth in these different different areas do we want over the course of Lore? So I mean it's at least for me like projecting forwards. I think this is a good example of like okay. You know. Even if like they might not come in at least they didn't superheavy with guns blazing Papu at the start of lower they. They certainly whipped those guns out and started firing wildly closer towards the as daylight to handled. They they really brought got it awesome. Well what did you guys think about the questing right so we had the story we we as world walkers what we do is we quest in their right was there quests yet we do. We do quest a lot especially our group there are quite a lot of groups that go and they just like to hang out with some of the characters and we certainly like to do that as well but especially for me when I jump in there. I'm really looking for those quest lines and for those story moments and as far as like AAC I guess main questing as you would have it again. The beginning of the season was a little bit slow in regards to that. I did have a lot of really fun. Like character. Interactions but For me the question seemed to shift a little bit in regards to the way it was functioning It seemed less information based Like it has in the past passwords. Were ferrying information from one character to a next or telling a character. Hey this is what they said. This is what they are like agreeing to you. Said hey go to this person. CFO Bargain for this. So we go there bargain for that and then we'll come back say yeah. They accept that they didn't seem to really be a lot of that. It was more about like making the cure identifying darkness in the park Less ferrying stuff in kind of in a way more of observational things which were really fun. Though I I'd died I would agree about that. I would say as well like there were more elements of like what felt to me like. Oh you're you're now the action action adventurer you. Now get the opportunity to dig in the dirt. You get the opportunities to like physically make these cures you get the the Like as scholars pointing out like overall I felt like the questing setup in general kind of received a overhaul We saw some new elements come in As Laura was going on that tried to sort of give a baseline to to`real L. of like hey here's how you can play our game a little bit better in the form of gazette which gave some story and really fun and interesting ways as great photos in there like it felt like Oh man I am reading the ever more newspaper this is sweet and then in that is like Oh. Here's a little snippet of go talk to suds or go talk to this person. Go figure this out and it plants in your head There is information in the past and here is activity now to build the future so like it at immediately at least in my mind gives you a sense of a place which is what I think too to`real is really all about So good Gr- great stuff on the gazette I'm excited to see how that develops because has like like everything with evermore. It's never going to be perfect. I think they're going to want to continue to grow and develop and tweak and make these redesigns to make it more effective more accessible and so on. That really was such an amazing addition to the park that that Evermore Gazette to allow newcomers and old timers alike to learn new things to There was a help like help. Wanted Section am some fun comics and different things really at a great addition to the park. And something that has been needed since the beginning. Absolutely It really helped people like start into like simpler. Things they to find out that there is that there are things to do here. It's like and without calling him quests Because it was just people like saying. Hey we need help awesome. Andy needs help solving a murder The new coven of witches which is in town are looking to gather people. Go Talk to them about that There's a barrier. That's trying to be erected in town. come and talk to the specific character to learn how you can help with that. The really did function as a really good tutorial and as a part of that I think in regards is to question. We saw a lot more of of evermore trying to push group activity between like guilds and things I specifically really enjoyed joy. What it at least in my mind appeared to be like a training week like or a week or two kind of helping set it up for instance some of the characters in law got infected And then they were quarantined to the infected zone but some of them still had stuff to do such as sir. Philip Humphry. He still had mailed to deliver so as a World Walker one of the quests or tasks that you could go on that you needed to Escort the townsfolk around and then it ended up becoming really help full full in the next week or two weeks when one of the quests turned into defending the townsfolk from other dark. Bloods so it kind of trained you a little bit of. Oh Hey you just need to walk character around town to. Hey now we need a group of people to surround a character to walk them around town to to protect them from from enemies enemies and I really enjoyed how that was kind of set up like that but I guess you only really get the tutorial if you're coming multiple times but it was fun to see the progression. Yeah I I and I would say the the the group based sort of escort activities conceptually are simple enough that you know someone can see it and probably jump into it fairly easily..

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Why Metabolism Declines With Age (And How to Reverse It!)

Living Healthy Podcast

14:12 min | 2 years ago

Why Metabolism Declines With Age (And How to Reverse It!)

"At blog at l._A.. Fitness Dot Com so what is metabolism exactly well scientifically. You'd call it collectively all the chemical reactions that take place in the body so a metabolic rate would be the rate at which it you those processes are happening so we in terms of what someone would equate that to would be like in calories per day we think of a metabolic rate as calories per day but there are components of it. It's a breakdown are you. I'm curious to know what those are. The biggest one is called resting metabolic rate and so that is just as we're doing here. We are awake and we're sitting so that is all the energy you need to breathe your heart to go <hes> organs to function and to be awake if if you were you know comatose we'd call it basil but really everybody's pretty much awake during the day so we call that resting and that comprises <music> at least seventy percent of your total energy output then there's about a quarter and had various per person but as about a quarter that is the <hes> physical activity component and just because you spend and thirty minute walking and I walk with you for thirty minutes. WE'RE GONNA burn different calories so that varies by person because of their body composition and training level and etc and then there's this tiny little sliver called called and you'll like this. I'm curious mic effective food so there's an actual energy cost to breaking down of processing digesting transporting up taking that your food so if you've ever heard that Oh celery is negative calories. That's the concept that it comes from is like for the three calories. You've got nets talk. You actually live hinder. Bring you down so their components to metabolism cabbalism <hes>. There's three main components right. Isn't that kind of work coury comes from like the that's how they determine how many calories are in food. They will have to look Bernard or something they basically to see how much energy we do. We need to expend to break this thing down Tom exactly and and even the term calorie has to do with heat generation right yeah go into the definition. Don't ask interesting well. At what age does metabolism start slowing down. I've already passed that point is it starts at about thirty but I'd say that it becomes more evidence probably <hes> for women at around fifty in fermented like forty okay so give or take obviously for for different the people it's going to be at different times. Are there ways to reverse that or like. Stop it from happening. You can tell Kansas has been thinking about this for a couple of weeks. You have a birthday recently trying a to stop the aging process in general Debbie. Most of the decline that that comes with age actually has to do with a decline in lean body mass so <hes> the weight gain that people see Middle Age has less to do with the decrease in their metabolism and probably just more to do with sedentary lifestyle and getting too many calories for where they're at okay so that's why it kind of gets. More important that you do start finding ways to exercise the older you get and not just exercise because sometimes that you know the whole concept of okay get my shoes on. Get this special outfit on can sweat in and then spend the specific amount of time in a specific place doing a certain thing. It's physical activity so if I thought if I added up all the things I did when I was young I go. I go to the dog park. I watched my dog. I run with him. Sometimes from end to end I see the other dog parents and they're sitting in the Shays as they're looking at their cell phones I go to the playground at the park and it's the same thing you know. All these kids are climbing on the structures in the running around there giggling and their tagging and the parents are watching so I think we become very much <unk> spectators as we get older and just less participating in physical activity. Oh man that cut deep is like spectators in life. You'll participate in life. Never stolen pass you by Wynn is the last time when the last time you you wrote a bike or walked to the grocery store. Well I get to items that you could carry. I talked to the grocery store almost on a daily basis good for you good for you can't as well tasers. There's this elderly gentleman in my neighborhood that I see of religiously on on a daily basis. He looks like a sweet little Frenchman with his cap and he carries his bag. You know that he gets every day. He's lean you know now. He's he's not a pat on any extra pounds there and I think you know the nature of US driving everywhere contributes not that affects your metabolic rate. I'm just saying that the lack of physical activity as we age compounds pounds the fact that we have less lean body mass and we're not using that quarter of our capacity to affect our calorie burn right so are there ways that you can help increase your metabolism just kind of physical activity well and physical activities the best one because if we say it's the metabolism is all the chemical reactions going on so then you want to build more muscle and you went to burn more fuel so really really what are the two things oh well that's resistance exercise to build muscle and it's the cardio or endurance type exercise to burn more fat. Those are really the big primary things <hes> in order to retain lean body mass and keep your metabolism up and having more muscle on your body you'll just start burning more calories at rest right and so little bit yes it's less than you would think and I don't mean to Papu anybody's you know strength training goals a but when they actually equate the amount of calories burned per pound okay gaining five pounds of muscle is like burning fifty calories a day right another fifty okay oh well if I eat twenty I five hundred fifties like a dry and it's not much but if you were to stop eating something that had fifty calories of value every day I don't know like two pieces of candy or something then after a year you drop five pounds. Fifty calories now makes oh yeah if I could save myself five pounds a year. That would be great. You know it's interesting with metabolism. It makes me like the human body is amazing like I've read about some things where you can over the course of the year. Our bodies are so good at kind of just understanding what we really need I guess and so sometimes you can be within like maybe only gain like a pound but that could be like thirty five hundred calories off or something of what you're you. You really needed that year technically and it seems like it's so amazing over the distance of time like how we kind of naturally equilibrate that way so I could see like we're fifty calories with some extra muscle could make a difference when it's compounded like that and if you have more fat mass it does not play as well. No <hes> fat is metabolic -Ly Different. You know it's not it's not being contracted like skeletal muscle and your body wants to as you said have more homeo- stays ace it wants. It almost wants to stay where it's at so if you've gained ten fifteen twenty pounds over the last couple of decades well your body now wants to maintain where it's at now present rain not where you were and so that I think in fact makes it. Harder tougher keeping keeping weight gain at bay or trying to lose weight once. You've got it right yeah right so it's probably better if you can catch it early start early. Now that you know around what would you say thirty search to slow down so knowing like okay when you get into that mode like bone. Is that the same with bone health to like it starts to peak bone mass is probably in your late twenties or by the time you're thirtyish then really what we're all doing is is trying to forestall the rate of bone loss from getting you know to osteoporotic levels and in your bones you've always got building and breaking down going on so you're just trying to keep that building ahead of the breakdown right right so just try and catch it early jump into the gym early start eating better earlier yeah. That's the idea is there even a way to measure your metabolism. It doesn't seem as simple as like stubby on the scale to measure you know your weight or B._M._i.. It's impossible and like like is that something important that people should know well. There's a couple of different ways to do it but I think if someone needs to count calories if they just don't have an idea or there's a certain plan they WANNA fall. It's a certain calorie level. Yes you could approximate it with an equation. There's a couple you know scientifically valid equate equations like Mifflin Saint Joe or Iron Jones and they take your age your gender your height your body weight and then on top top of that. You're adding your physical activity. Those even have some variants and margins of error like fifteen percent <hes> but you could get it measured by like you said Andrew <hes> calories and food. That's burning it so so we call that a calorie meter chamber so indirect Calorie Mitri <hes> is one way to measure a metabolism or incentives barometer die said that right incentive speranza train. Oh Yeah so basically you you could do something but it's like breathing into a snorkel and it's not very or the I've read about. There's some like intense ones where you're like in a room for like a day or something and they're like pulling the I like not pulling the oxygen. That sounds terrible but it's it's. It's a very clinical medical thing but it's like it's not gonNA walk in and do a laboratory coach at cal State Long Beach because you were doing some plenty the of something and I even sat in one of those body composition egg chambers forgot the name of at this point sorry but <hes> you know the laboratory setting is really need but it's not practical hydrostatics wing in dunk tank. When's the last time I actually physically saw a dunk tank right now right and do you even need to be that precise with your again? Only if you're going to have a caloric value of what you're eating to match it with right so <hes> if you've been gaining weight or you want to prevent weight gain than burn more calories and eat less right and if for some reason someone is like wow I just can't keep up my you know I keep losing weight or you know I still am so thin then. It's like your need to on more of what you eat counting. Them is just labeling it. I mean it doesn't right. It's always one of those two factors either. You're not burning enough or you're not or you're not you're eating too much or it's the opposite doc yeah. Are there certain foods that can help with this with with speeding up your metabolism in the short term. There are some that can affect your your energy burn for the day. They're not going to hit hit or make a dent in that that long term the bulk of your resting metabolic rate that's part of kind of who you are <hes> but we know that <hes> like Green Tea <hes> hot chili peppers some things like eggs is our beings ginger cold ice cold water the kind of like the digestion of the salary when we talked about <hes> warming up the water to room temperature costs you know is a as a clerk cost. You take energy to do that so if you cold water your body needs to. Hey I gotta heat this up. He's energy to do it yeah right so drink. A couple leaders cold water with ice cream. It's like oh it's so it sure does what about what about green tea ice train to get deficient metabolism. You also have to have an adequate amount of the B. Vitamins because those are actually within the reactions that that process. Is the food and turn it into energy for your for your muscle cells and so forth so you're you're B vitamins like firemen and Riboflavin and <hes> paradox scene which is B.. Six so the multi I think that <hes> candice asked me about off air and and getting good sources of your B. Vitamins to keep that metabolism converging happening. I gotta say Riboflavin is one of my favorite words of all. I always loved that word. I don't really know what it

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"papu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"papu" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I don't know. Fatally. Vision to see the French states should remain as main showed phone, not that we discussed a lot, of course. And we took the in terms of doing to reach about two thousand engines starting next year. We took a lot about on mount unease, very, very concerned about the future of the CO two that we use in in Vienna space industry. So we took a lot about new Hitech. Sure, we talked about the fuels. Retold about either Papu enemy Toko about the training. And how do we get jobs in fronts? But he's very keen to maintain. If you'll place the decision but is it helpful for company? The global. I see myself. Of interest as a French state to remain eleven percent, the only son of several. Because they want to do that. And keep the same kind of interest on the company. It's feasible, but it's going to be attitude, how much money you're going to have to spend to go at the college BMW the amounts of money is enormous huge Vic, it's nuts on which created in one or two us. We know that you are going to the inquisition of spending hundreds of millions of euro every year for the next ten years cooking the mill. Commercial aviation. Publish. Imagine people talk a lot about that. And we renew that this Ray's pizza very much in by that. But. Technology was a batteries today. You employed by five hundred percent five hundred percent okay..

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Google, AI And Lung Cancer discussed on Joel Riley

Joel Riley

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Google, AI And Lung Cancer discussed on Joel Riley

"Minutes. If you're looking for a second opinion, especially on medical stuff, yada. Ask Google, the tech company along with northwestern medicine developed AI artificial intelligence, a model that detects lung cancer from screenings now, less you Papu this, the AI outperform, six human radiologists five five percent. And the AI. Eleven percent less likely to produce false positives that according to research published in the journal nature, medicine today, trials and testing continue Google plans to make a available through its Google cloud healthcare, API. So,

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"papu" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"papu" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Skin, eight dramatic. Chuck Cooper Stena mas- radio Dirk passing wilt for six on the old time scoring list. He actually already been number six on this list. But everyone moved back spot when LeBron climbed to number four GO used to be a pretend nuggets fans, that's still a thing. Yeah. No. I liked. You bet them. No. No, no, no. I did not know that Nikola Jokic. How's my guy actually have a nugget sweatshirt? So I was more when we talked so much out of market NBA. Of course, when I was doing CBS sports radio because it's a national show. So I had two in the Knicks were so bad. So I had to be interested in something you're adopted team. Yeah. I still are I'm into I definitely am and joke is still my my favorite non bloke player. That's for sure. Well, then congrats to you because your six year postseason ban officially last night their spot a one fourteen one oh five win and Boston. The Pacers could have clinched their spot in the east, but fell in Portland one zero six ninety eight with Severino bathroom isn't the start of the season. The Yankees in agreement with veteran lefty GIO Gonzalez on a minor league deal. The former net would. And make three mil plus incentives on the big league roster or he can opt out if he's still in the minors by April twentieth. Our Sweeney Murray says gee will be encamped today or tomorrow, the Yanks had the raise this afternoon. The Mets set the Marlins both those games at one o'clock and as Eddie pointed out earlier this morning, and then Jerry quickly dismissed there is real baseball. This time tomorrow. I'm not dismissing baseball. I just said no one's going to watch it. That sounds like a starts next week for us with the Mets the Yankees, don't do this or you can enjoy the Mariners and as playing the first of two in Japan. Seattle will start each euro in right field in his home country. You see the throw he made I guess game yesterday the exhibition data cool like umpire camera. I was watching guys from that. It was just fun. He makes a catch. I would say right in front of the warning track and right field, and he throws a strike to third base. No, hop a line. I mean that guy can still play good for him. She played the whole season instead of bopping in be interested after this week. Exhibition. So by the way, that very old Irishman who called up earlier. Yeah. That Jerry, basically slammed down hung up on and insulted. He apparently is from like right where I live is that true frequent Sabar. Now a block from me. So you can go meet them, right? My guts remember that old thing Al said, he doesn't like maybe he hates your guts. I think here's the thing. If you met him out for a drink. You guys would be very good friends by the end of the night while he wanted to punch him early. Right. I understand that. But if Greg Madame at the bar for a for a beer or again. Jameson or whatever whatever he drinks, a beer or whatever. Yeah. I think you guys would be great friends by the end you frequent the same haunts there. Yes. The bar that. So someone reached out and said, I know that Patrick and he goes to this bar. That's right by you. The nicest guy you'd ever. Were you and you too would become very good friends? But he hates me. He hates you on the radio if he met you. It's like all these people on Twitter that kill us. Then we go out at borgata wherever you do a show. And like, I told you I told you suck last week. Vice is getting right, right. I know that would be this. There are a lot of that stuff does happen. But I mean, do I wanna go chase down Patrick to change his mind seems a little pathetic chase down. No. But if there was a chance meeting perhaps. Yeah. Do that's a good boring. They got the horses on it. I got the OT at this bar going there. You've been a little Gulfstream. I think you're gonna make peace with Patrick I'm fine with Patrick. It's him. He's the one who's got the issue here. Also, Jerry well Jerry's now. Where they live. Right. So that's not gonna happen. I believe he's probably a lovely, man. We'll FaceTime you from. I don't have apple not an apple fan. Sorry. Facetime Skype you from Kavanagh's enough. What does that son of a bitch? Guys, local hockey tonight. The Rangers have the Red Wings at the garden the islanders and Bruins in town as well and Dana white as a seven year extension to keep running UFC job. He's had since two thousand one that I can't find how much you make Sherry still. No. So someone had told me he still has a ten percent stake. That's smart, and he has a salary. I don't know what this is. But yeah, he's still makes gobs and gobs wanting good for him. The reason I bring this office here we're talking about like streaming service stuff and fighting and whatever else. So how about our guy the anti wilder turned down my guy 'cause nobody else likes them in here. But me, but no, delight them nice guy. So he turned down a hundred million dollars. From does own streaming service at signing, boxers. To do what? Go to Showtime, no fights though. I got to read the whole thing. I think he could make that in two fights. And if they wanted to sign him Salo seven. They already nixed that hold rematch thing they made all that money on someone's advice. Maybe he doesn't trust designed to stay in business and doesn't think he's going to get cash. There's a lot of money behind that though. Michael Biber thing. I think yes. Other big fighters have signed deals there too. So I mean there. Correctly becoming if you're a fight fan. I believe that's quickly becoming the place to go. See where would they have one hundred million dollars to give that guy? Honestly, I have no idea. Mr. Investors that have a lot of money. I'm going to lose it cash. So you're telling me does own said do you today? We're going to give you a one hundred million dollars guaranteed. Yes. But if it's not guaranteed as I mean, I think that's the point. Yeah. And the other thing with this is if you fight on there, then there's going to be subscriptions, which then leads to this money. I mean, if you're signing a contract is a boxer. It's not guaranteed money than. Yeah. You're an idiot. But the way I got to read the whole story. I'm not gonna do this thing Rahm, assuming everything, but I he's it's enough for to subscription everything. Well, I think that what you want though confused don't you love net flicks. What the hell if Netflix is going to give one hundred million dollars. It'd be like yes, I understand where they're getting it from. But Nestle one point needed zone does. Oh zone. Is it does own? That's what the DA. People say zone. I thought it was days in for a while or data zone. I think Cadel Alvarez has deal with them. And they keep putting that contract up against like Giancarlo Stanton. And Bryce Harper is the richest in sports, I know it's guarantee, but it just doesn't seem to be like an apples to apples comparison, but they're all in damaged. They're not messing around for ten bucks a month someone's saying that at some point. I'm telling you, this is not I know. It sounds crazy. But, but they are becoming the place to watch that sport. And once that is the deal, and they're the top of the top. And they've got all the boxers. They're going to John skipper is the executive chairman of this. I think they have a baseball deal to they at least have like. Around the league nightly baseball show starting they have all the Japan games. Does. I thought this was fighting. That's the primary thing and base. Standing there. Baseball fights, maybe WWE, we're WWE network and cricket the do. They get fired for SPN. For leaking news. Just got hired their baseball show. Okay. And invert. Yeah. To have. Now, just looking who's running this thing. I mean, you're talking about former guy ran Morgan Stanley guy who ran NBC universal. It's pretty still don't believe it still pulling it. He's still a poo poo poo internet. He'll never be any. Unch Memphis on. Papu amazon. Moore who that Papu ESPN plus Papu that you're saying zone, you're Papu, and I'm Papu in the dissolve. Okay. All right. I mean, listen, it's obviously in its infancy and the, but I don't want to pay for every little thing you want this counterargument boxing, pay per views. People are paying exorbitant amounts of money. So you're actually now getting more fights for much cheaper the wilder fury fight with seventy five dollars. Any you get a design subscription. It's ten dollars a month. And you're going to see these same fighters poop emoji are you propose? You see what I'm saying? It's actually cheaper now for someone who's actually buying these fights. That is very difficult to get people to hand over a monthly fee. No matter how low it is to get them to sign up for a monthly recurring charge is not easy. I don't know what you're talking about. But I do think that. The there in there with the NFL to poop emoji. Okay. Well, what did I got who do you give me big bowel movements? I don't think you're giving you pick bowel movements. I will say though that you're a boxing fan, and you say all right. I bought three fights last year for seventy five dollars a piece and now I have a monthly subscription one hundred and twenty dollars a year. There's going to be a lot of people that do that with boxing now with ESPN. Plus, so these other sports and stuff where you can get it for free shore, your regular cable subscription boxing's a little bit different though. Because this is actually a more affordable products for a boxing. I thought nobody watched boxing. I did enough people. Hey, there was fifty thousand people watching the Spence Garcia fight at eighteen t stadium this past weekend fifty thousand people showed up to watch that. So I mean, that's they have the Canadian rights to stream NFL Sunday ticket NFL red zone. And they're doing quite well with it Papu stupa mowed, my point is just it's a bigger company. And I think because we didn't we're not familiar with it. It's pretty big worldwide hoping if I'm in Canada, no poo poo for that. I'd like to see some NFL game for sure, of course, you would. Premier League soccer. They have my gun everything. Well, not the fighting network. They're here. That's the way they branded themselves, right? Buffer was a big part of right? You look into it though. It's like, it's a monster company. I yeah, I didn't know anything about the overseas stuff. I know when they introduce themselves here, it was about getting the big boxers to go away from because HBO is closed HBO boxing was no more. And they wanted to to pay all those fighters to come over and be dissolved exclusive pencil. That's what I say. Disown loses mind and a second there were part of a three hundred sixty five million dollar contract. They gave to Cannella Alvarez. Has cash well since this was two years ago. I'm sure he got it already from where though that just came from investors that didn't come from subscriptions. I don't give a damn where it came from that nobody gave it to great. But the made the money that's not the point. The my point is not guys making the money by point is are you making money. Subscriptions athletic there around those guys are making money not by selling subscriptions right now. But from people backing them and giving them cash right as they're trying to true still seems like this has actually been around for a while. This is not new it. Would you still as Deontay wilder turned down one hundred million dollars guaranteed? No. Yeah. If I have to collect that within the next twenty years. Maybe. Yeah. I think that it's probably not that. I think you probably get for each fight big purse would probably think it's one hundred million dollar four fight deal. Maybe you're right fighter. Nealer any of this money comes from in sports, the honest with you I see nine people at a met game. And then you're paying somebody sixty million dollars. I can't do the math on that. I just can't poop emoji. I don't I don't know how the books work TV money is a big is a big deal and revenue sharing and baseball. And those are those are sharing what too quick too quick answers. Well, I mean, the Mets aren't the only the only team in baseball. There's a lot right? There's the Padres who. No, one cares about the Arizona Diamondbacks. And no one cares about still but with TV ratings the advertising from that. There's what do you think and why gets for a spot during a mechanism? I'm not sure exactly. It's not four dollars. Yeah. They gotta be getting the money from getting the money from everybody who pays for a cable cable Bill. Right. That's TV. Was there the first answer? But you said, you didn't know where the money, I guess, I don't understand like if you had to stand on your own you wouldn't have that money. So in other words, if if part of the cable package, my grandmother wasn't paying yes network. And that's why then and they were only getting it based on which is why they'll never let you buy an MLB Mets package here. Right. Because they'll screw us in wine. They won't have enough people. Sure. I mean. Yeah..

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"papu" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"papu" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

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"papu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"papu" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We were talking with Sandra. And she was answering all of our dog training and behavior questions, and we're going to go right back into that. Sandra may ask you another question. I asked you about the Cree. And I heard you talk about the going to the bathroom inside the house. What is the best way that you recommend train a dog to go to the bathroom outside? Well, number one role is going outside is where you should make the most positive influences. So some dogs you can initiate that positive influence by food. I personally don't like to link food with potty because most dogs will choose food over relieving themselves. So they quick run out. They might be a little bit. But and then they go and render the handler, and they go K what my treat 'cause they rush it. And I'm like, well, I'm just gonna spend that five to ten minutes. I'm going to walk my dog on a leash too. Because a lot of people they think. Wow, this out just cut him loose. You know, maybe they have a fenced in yard. I'm like, that's great. But I want to teach him to go unleash. So that maybe I'm at my vet. And I gotta catch urine. Right. I wanna teach him to go when I say, so and it also allows me so if I'm traveling, and so many times, I mean, I've come across people. They're like, oh, my dog won't potty on a leash. Right. He feels to restart and I'm like, well the restriction of that. Is that if you travel or you move or maybe you're in a situation where he can't be off leash. Now. What are you gonna do? You know? So I really spend that time, and it doesn't matter if it's a puppy or a young dog or even an older dog that maybe he's never I mean, I come across dogs that have been on chains that have never really learned that channel of of threshold because that's the thing. You're you're teaching. You're teaching the dog to hold and then go when you say, you know, so when you go outside you're like, oh potty. Let's go pee Papu, whatever. And when he goes, and you know, too many people they get too excited. You know when the dog finally pain, and I'm like easy. And then we then have your party. I mean, again, I mean dang I mean when he pees let them know. Good side. And this is what people they contact me. And they have dogs that Mark or p in the house still in the dogs over six months old or maybe even three years old. I'm like, ooh, that's a problem. Right. And I tell people listen this old school mentality of oh, I got to catch the dog in the act. You could be waiting all day for that. Okay. And again, but if you're watching your dog, you're going to know when he's got to go, you're gonna go. Hey, you gotta go because you're going to see him sniffing or maybe he gives you a little look or maybe he winds, you know. So you not all dogs indicate either some dogs give you a look you gotta feel it. You gotta be like are you trying to tell me something, you know, your spouse across the room, China like signal, you you gotta be receptive to that. So I tell everybody like every dog gives us I we're just missing it. You gotta find the sign and in the same sense, this old school method of like, you got to catch the dog in the act like listen, if I've got a kid with a red crayon, and I know he's got a red crayon, and I walk out of the room, or you know, if I leave him, and I as a human. If I'm leading the opportunity to make a mistake. It's my fault by Secondly, if he makes the mistake. Okay. And this is where dogs they don't understand generalization. Meaning if he pees in the in the living room, and I'm in the kitchen, and I come back in and I find p but I didn't see him. Do it. I know who has the red crayon, you know, it's like fighting red crown on your wall. You know, who did it and clean it up and not say anything. No, you're gonna go. Hey, TIMMY, come here. What's that? 'cause I found it. So I. Listen, you don't let anything go unnoticed. I don't agree with people that say, oh, so you put his face in it. And I'm like, no, I just let him know. Like, dude, I found that like what are you doing? And then as soon as after reprimand, I don't care if I caught him or if I found it later. I don't care if it's even the next day people go. Wow. Really? And I'm like, listen, he knows he did it. He knows. He did it. Yeah. He knows you found it. But as soon as after reprimand, my puppy or my dog for the incident that he made a mistake on I immediately wanna make my negative positive. So I want to be like what's go. Let's go potty. And I don't care if we spent fifteen minutes outside and he finally takes a tinkle. That's a clarity. That's a huge bridge where he goes. Okay. I got scolded for this inside. But I got praised for it outside a negative now became a positive so many people. When they wanna go bad, blah, blah, blah. And then they wanna leave it there. People. Hold grudges. They go mad at any Pete in my house. I'm like, well, he doesn't realize a grudge. He doesn't know that emotional state. All he does is where you left it. And so what's not clear is where he can make it better. It's like anything, you know, if I if my dog made a mistake, I'm gonna show him. Okay. That's wrong. I'm gonna stop him or I'm going to stop his mentality to return to that. But then I'm gonna make sure okay. Hey, here's the better choice. And this is what makes me happy because Gus star dogs don't wanna mess up. They don't come out of the wound going. How can I screw human being? They and they literally are like how can I make their life better? Yeah. Yeah. So true. All right. So let me ask you one more quick question before we start talking about Floyd. Because I'm I am eager to get to story because he's got quite a story. So when you I mean, obviously, you know, what we do. Get your pet dot com. You know, my whole life and career has been dedicated to animal, adoption and finding pets homes. But so many people say to me, what do I look for in a dog when I'm thinking about adopting? How do I know what dot which dog is right for me. And so if you had to if someone asked you that question, what advice would you give to someone who's thinking about adopting a dog? And how would they assess that dog when meeting the doc, okay? So one of the things that I help a lot of people and doing, and I actually I tell a lot of people to go to your site a lot. But I tell them to do some homework for themselves. I meaning it's not about the dog. I it's about them. What are they looking for? What do they enjoy doing themselves? So they like nice leisurely walks. Do they like to hike are they were runner, right? What are their activities? Maybe they're the state home mom, and they've got two toddlers, and you know, they don't have any real activity other than maybe taking the kids to the baseball games and soccer games. So I I really want to understand what the client or what the individual is looking for. You know, so many times people they get set on a breed based on. Oh, I heard they're really intelligent, right? I see it all the time with border collies, pointers German shepherds. But that breed that doesn't meet them. Meaning they're not a border collie by nature. You know, like an older couple that the mentality of gogo like a border collie. They want the intelligence, but I'm like, listen, you can have an intelligent dog. And and you can get a bouldering mix. It's laid back. Maybe he's four or five years old. He's half that puppy stage. And and how enjoy books on the porch and and TV in the afternoon, and you know, almost in that retirement stage. Right. So I tell everybody I was like I want you to ask more questions about you. Right. What do you like to do what kind of personality, are you? Are you a laid back person? Are you a forward person are you super athletic? Do you have young kids? I mean, you have to like ask those questions, and I tell a lot of clients. It's like don't look at the story. Look at look at the dog in front of you. You know, there's also some temperament tests that I have a lot of people. Do I tell them? Listen, drop your keys on the floor. Right. Sounds funny right or dropped something on the floor. I don't care making noise. If the dog runs away he's got flight. Right. And also if. Social mentality changes. Let's say, you know, a lot of people say, well, why would you wanna start a win on Mike because life startled to you? Okay. And if I have a dog, that's got a nerve system issue. I wanna know about it right away. Okay. There's everybody has a different nervous systems. So sometimes if you make a big loud sound, everybody's different some people jumping scream, and they all my gosh. It scared me and some people are like what was that like unnoticed? I want the unnoticed dog. I want the dog that looks at the keys or looks at whatever maybe I dropped my wallet on the floor, and it makes a big Sud. And the dog is kind of looks at it and goes, oh, oh, well, you dropped your wallet. Are you dropped your keys and doesn't care about a stress or something that might startle him? So I tell a lot of clients. I'm like look at the dogs in front of you is he super excitable. Well, you're gonna have to ask yourself. Do. I want an excitable dog. Am I going to be able to change the successful state? Am I willing to work on the excitable state because everything can be worked on? But you also want to ask these. Questions of is the dog was other dogs. If there's if somebody says, well, he's good with females for sure. No for sure you're going to have restrictions. Okay. So many people want to believe that they can make a dog like other dogs. Right. It's kind of like people. I can't like everybody. Right. It's not underwrite unrealistic. So I work with a lot of people, and I teach them I said just because your dog doesn't want to be with other dogs. There's nothing wrong with him either. So true. I mean, we all make the assumption that all dogs should be getting along. Right. But that's it's affected. Meaning, you know, the whole socialization aspect is about everybody needs to be friends everybody, you know, they need to they need to play with other other dogs, and I really deal with it too much where people go into rescuing a dog for the wrong reason because they want a dog that can play with other dogs and a lot of those dogs in rescue aren't those dogs. No, those people wanted that type of dog, and it wasn't. So most dogs are rescue. They have restriction. So I tell people it was like, hey, you rescue a kid from foster program. You know, they got some baggage be ready to carry it. Yeah. No. I mean, I think that's really great advice. And I love how your answer to this. Question was not about the pet as much as it was the person, and it stood out you. Yeah. It's it really is. It's something we really need to look inward when we're thinking about adopting bringing a new dog door home, or you're gonna cap for that matter you really need to think about what is your lifestyle. And you know, one thing one thing I wanted to call out here too. Just in case people are listening to this from all across the country. And obviously, you have such a wealth of knowledge, I saw on your website. You do have Mike real tie real time. Canine. And that's sort of on demand access to you and other people like you is that right? Trainers. So real time canine, and I am wanting to widen that spectrum like I want other professionals. And honestly, the, you know, they're on my level. Meaning they offer the same spectrum of advice as far as like wrong. I have positive only colleagues. Okay. It's not like I don't disagree completely. Right. But that can offer support for people like again, I mean, I can only answer the phone so much. I can only see so many evaluations. I can only train somebody dogs day. But necessarily realtime canine is exactly like what we're doing. It is a virtual sometimes it's virtual videoing where I get to see like somebody. That's introducing their dog to a crate or they could be three hours away. They could be across the country. They could be right up the street..

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"papu" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:09 min | 2 years ago

"papu" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of the the freeway was really devastating. So well, I. I had friends in New York City on nine eleven and they talked about you know, that experience and people literally walking across the bridge together Manhattan that was insane. And they didn't know whether going, you know, they're homeless down down like in the in the twenties or something like that. And they really couldn't stay there in the cloud of dust in the air just in shock, and it would be. I mean that was totally unexpected beautiful sunny day, boom world's over right? Turtle. Totally changes eight hundred eighty eight ten so. Yeah. So we had a three point five today. And nothing though, it's nothing. Of course. Sneeze. I understand that. But you know, it's it's an it's an exponential sort of climb on their mean. I mean, some people say the small ones show, you that something some people believe that I went online to the small enter like instead of the big one is just gonna. There's a story today in the chronicle. It's not true. Nobody said it's not an indication that it's not an indication that the big ones coming. Now, I understand that. But I mean, this whole idea is going to relieve some stress. No is though that's what on earth quakes are is a relieving stress. Your stand with the small one. I just read the article in the chronicle says exactly what you said. And it said tell Nikki she's wrong at the end of the Jim. Hi, you're on cagey. So are you ready for the big one? Well, you're asking about a plan. Kudos to Earl I've been appropriate for about fifteen years. He sounds like he's on the right track. I'm one of the guys it's got, you know, two hundred gallons of water in three months with the food. But as far as getting home, I will live seventy miles away from my work in for years. Now, I've carried a get home bag and truck in consists of about two weeks with the Supplies Plus weeks worth of medication 'cause I'm on diabetic medicines. I've pressure mitts and I crossed three bridges on the way to work little rickety concrete bridges, I knew they would go out data earthquakes. But that's just my plan is just to carry the supplies with me because I know I'm up walking home with something happens on work. Yeah. I had a friend that was in San Francisco when that happened, and he wrote a motorcycle out of town when the streets, raw, you could take a motorcycle, and you can pretty much go up on the lawn. And he was he got out of town. But I told my wife that and she goes, yeah. What about me? Yeah. Again, the kids right? Get a sidecar Papu. But you know, it's funny because I'm sure people kinda give you a hard time sometimes kidding around with your right because you're all prepped to. Nah, there's you know, they they might say like jam your way, you know, there's never going to happen. You know? Well, but I think of all the ones that the hardest one to be prepared for the hurricane because when rising water what are you gonna do? Yeah. But at the same time a hurricane warning about like, you know. Right. Right. Right earthquake. I mean, my goodness you're sitting here and all of a sudden the buildings on you. They can make fun of me. But it's peace of mind. As far as I'm concerned. I think I would feel so much better. I mean, the thing is is I know me if I had food and my junk food in my trunk and I'd start eating it. Coffee. Drinking it. You know, it's the survival energy bars. We've got enough calories to last a day. That it's not something I'm going to dive into. That's funny. Joke in MRs Musil, and you might remember the joke when he's trying to tell the story about the twilight zone, and you might remember this one gym where the guy Burgess Meredith placed a guy who loves to read and his wife's always telling them you. Gotta get stuff that you can't read and then there's a nuclear he goes in. He gets locked in a vault. He goes to work. He works at a Bank, and he closes it to read this nuclear war, and he comes out, and he's the only guy left, and he goes to the library. And he says all right. I got all these books. I get three eighty so happy. But then he breaks his glasses. That one. I remember that one. Yes. It is interesting to see, you know, I I think of all the ones the one that would not prepped for would be nuclear war. We grew up next to the Pentagon our home when I was a kid, and my mom tells the story was before my time, but about the the Cuban missile crisis and that they were in. My father's was when living with them. But my mom's trying to put stuff above the hole in the ceiling with the pipes and their neighbors like an your two miles from the Pentagon. Ain't gonna help. Hey, thanks for calling. Appreciate it, buddy. Thank you so much. Thank you. Eighty eight ten so we're talking about this, obviously. Because what happened and it's. The ramifications of of something like this. And with FEMA is female afford is our federal government prepped. Right. So we might be ready. But I'm pretty sure they're prepped. They're understaffed. Now. I mean, seriously, that's a big greed. Michael Lewis, the fifth risk. I keep telling people it's talking about the Trump administration right now reallocating funds. You know, he wants to steal money for the wall an national emergency from the. Oh god. What is it? It's a it's the army corps of engineers thirteen billion dollars in money that he wants to take five out of that. And that's disaster. It's only for disasters. So you start to pleading these areas, and that money people say, well, we can always put other money, but that money is used to train and to get other agencies to come in. If you can't pay them, they're not going to do it and getting ready for it. All right. Eight hundred eighty eight telling me get another call in here. Sue, hi, you're about your preparation. Are you worried about the big one? Yes. I do I live in Clayton. And I was working in Pleasanton. And when I was working I had a backpack under my desk, and had occasion underwear. Kinney shoes with somersaults winter socks case. I had to walk home and enough water in case I had to walk home. And I'm still laughing about the underwear sue. Case bigger, obviously, listen to your mom about when you were a kid about if you're gonna go make sure you have clean underwear because you have to go to the hospital. Yeah. Know something to consider is that if you like, Trixie and everything goes out, you don't want. You wanna have some cash you wanna have all denominations? And so I had a hundred dollars coins to the bottom of my desk, and you don't to spend twenty dollars on a bottle of water when you could get it for a dollar, right? And you can't go to the ATM can't use your credit card, and so you really should have like one hundred dollars available in small denomination. Well, let me just get the money part. But if if it was really chaotic, you know, what's a two forms of currency that really matter. No. Had say they say the spam really hits the fan. It really bad. Right. Okay. So money would matter I situation 'cause nobody everybody's like, you know, they just want the things you need our water in guns. If I had this money, or whatever you'd have to be careful because someone's going to take what you have exactly right. Yeah. Lot of nice people. You have to be careful. I.

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"papu" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"papu" Discussed on This Week In Google

"In the next three months when you sign up for a year. This one is a good price. I just looked at the regular price, and that's a much better price. Yeah. And honestly, I see all. All the time. In fact, we had because school we had a VPN advertiser before that offered a very inexpensive lifetime subscription, and we dumped them I didn't want to do their ads because I know what that means. The only way that that makes financial sense is expensive to run these servers the only way that makes financial sense is if they're doing something else they're up to some other way to make money on you. Right express VPN let to Papu. So can I go to if everything's the week? Yes, is Facebook's political ad are, okay. You knew this would be a rat hole. Let's get into it, man. Well, because it's it's it's actually fun. Where is it online? Is it on Facebook go, it's it's it's it's it's in the Facebook down the link there. And so the first that link put up is simple search of deals warrants campaign. Okay. Right. So I was gonna matter because a it says Facebook's. Advertising, tools might not work as expected when an adblocker enabled and be. I don't have a Facebook account. But let's see. Yes. It does seem to work. So these are so this is a Lisbeth these are the actual ads. Yeah. And and because he before little so pick this search is going to be who bought the ad over this, whatever it is. Elizabeth warren. So I I also did a search on wall. So and it does say, by the way, just great in the archive who paid for the ad paid for when it started. Then if you click on performance, okay, the bottom one of those you'll see an inevitably it's a small each one doing Z dollars less. And then you see who demographically male female age got it. And then you scroll down you'll see location. So she was buying women County, California. Right. Okay. So that many guys. So there were Trump add if you search on Trump, okay there's ton. It's also really telling the volume earlier this afternoon, I looked on Trump, and I saw his ads for after his speech last night. I had a scroll like twenty five pages to get to them today. It later on if you hours later because there's so many ads mention Trump now these are some of these two. Pro in positive pro, Nick. But it's interesting who's paying for these. So do we know for instance, it doesn't say this is a Russian like every town for gun safety is do we know who that is right now, but they have a pay and you go to that paid. Okay. As he was what I found it. I mean for journalists to be really interesting to see what messages around there and. Who's pitching? Once I looked at at Alexandria Cossio Cortes ads about her ads about guns ads about the wall and Alan west hundred. They're very very very small tested. Yeah. And highly back to even the Russian troll factory. Internet research agency didn't spend a huge amount of money. I mean, some of those campaigns were tiny. Well, this is why I hate to say this is why I feel threatened by.

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"papu" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"papu" Discussed on This Week In Google

"In the next three months when you sign up for a year. This one is a good price. I just looked at the regular price, and that's a much better price. Yeah. And honestly, I see all. All the time. In fact, we had because school we had a VPN advertiser before that offered a very inexpensive lifetime subscription, and we dumped them I didn't want to do their ads because I know what that means. The only way that that makes financial sense is expensive to run these servers the only way that makes financial sense is if they're doing something else they're up to some other way to make money on you. Right express VPN let to Papu. So can I go to if everything's the week? Yes, is Facebook's political ad are, okay. You knew this would be a rat hole. Let's get into it, man. Well, because it's it's it's actually fun. Where is it online? Is it on Facebook go, it's it's it's it's it's in the Facebook down the link there. And so the first that link put up is simple search of deals warrants campaign. Okay. Right. So I was gonna matter because a it says Facebook's. Advertising, tools might not work as expected when an adblocker enabled and be. I don't have a Facebook account. But let's see. Yes. It does seem to work. So these are so this is a Lisbeth these are the actual ads. Yeah. And and because he before little so pick this search is going to be who bought the ad over this, whatever it is. Elizabeth warren. So I I also did a search on wall. So and it does say, by the way, just great in the archive who paid for the ad paid for when it started. Then if you click on performance, okay, the bottom one of those you'll see an inevitably it's a small each one doing Z dollars less. And then you see who demographically male female age got it. And then you scroll down you'll see location. So she was buying women County, California. Right. Okay. So that many guys. So there were Trump add if you search on Trump, okay there's ton. It's also really telling the volume earlier this afternoon, I looked on Trump, and I saw his ads for after his speech last night. I had a scroll like twenty five pages to get to them today. It later on if you hours later because there's so many ads mention Trump now these are some of these two. Pro in positive pro, Nick. But it's interesting who's paying for these. So do we know for instance, it doesn't say this is a Russian like every town for gun safety is do we know who that is right now, but they have a pay and you go to that paid. Okay. As he was what I found it. I mean for journalists to be really interesting to see what messages around there and. Who's pitching? Once I looked at at Alexandria Cossio Cortes ads about her ads about guns ads about the wall and Alan west hundred. They're very very very small tested. Yeah. And highly back to even the Russian troll factory. Internet research agency didn't spend a huge amount of money. I mean, some of those campaigns were tiny. Well, this is why I hate to say this is why I feel threatened by.

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"papu" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"papu" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Records nineteen I've got at least twenty twenty lined up. Okay. Ready? First clue starts clock. NBA the king plays for the Lakers. Lebron James eagles quarterback. He's her. Nick foles. Carson Wentz hosted the today show till he got me to me. I'm our played Hannibal Lecter in silence. Anthony Hopkins Queen of disco. Let's dance the last summer. Only if one of by land two if by sea midnight ride of of the midnight ride of. Revere. Yes. She sold. The American flag Betsy Ross he yelled show me the money. Cuba, getting junior not Peyton, but his brother ally. Manning starting Braveheart lethal weapon Gibson discovered gravity and apple Thelma said Thomas Edison, no fan, frankly. No, no skip it third baseman for the cubs. Kris bryant. Yeah. She played Betty, Draper and madman January Jones. She's a one female judge on dancing with the stars carry Naba. She started Annie hall. Dang keaton. She's from the hills married to Jay Cutler, Kristen cavalier played Tom Hagen and godfather rubber divall. I'm going to give us credit for that one. I got sixteen sixteen miss the one that we missed was discovered gravity and apple fell had Isaac Newton. Oh crap. That's tough. There was some historical ones. You know, what I would have done to get me to say that. But the cookie fig. Oh, yeah. Sure. I could. But what you see great. You think we messed up a couple of them? Boy. Yeah. You struggled on foles. Instead of once we got that got. Ear Paul revere time. See Paul revere. It would be the guy. We would've said the British are coming the British. You're coming. I would've got that right away. Yeah. That's what he was yelling on his rights to Weston. Yeah. I thought it was yelling one if by land. No, he's doing the pressure coming the British are coming, right. That's the polar opposite yelling one one. Trying to let you know how the British were coming one. If I land. He made some choice horse. If you won no say if I wrote a me played a game. No. If you said, oh, he wrote a horse through Boston yelling, Doug, man, we're out of practice by land. You never had a Papu. So it's a Papu. So Papu say is like a corn pancake that can be filled with beings bringing on the sounds good. Talk to her. So would you have in it? I I liked the cheese every morning every morning, I would have Papu. So with an egg on top for breakfast interesting. It was it was Fant it was like El Salvador version of what did they know breakfast? What's the thing? You get a break egg eggs Benedict except to Papu, by the way, a lot of people a lot of El Salvadorians or people with Salvadoran backgrounds have called nasty or tweeted asked me how I loved I loved that. There was a beautiful country. Could you live there? I could live there. I want to clear up one thing that came up in fasttrack that several people have tweeted us about in this from Scott Sanchez. Thank you, Scott just to be clear. The Golden State killer is guilty of killing twelve people raping over fifty women and over one hundred break ins and robberies. They're now using DNA on unsolved cases, he was found not guilty on one of those cases. Oh is that? Right. Yeah. But he was still guilty of everything else. Oh, well, so so I think he's still. Still really guilty as guilty as you can be if anything Michael Thompsons back in here. Michael, Greg Bergman just sent me something that I know I'm astounded by planning about founded on NBA dot com that over the last ten games despite having a record of four and six the Lakers have the number one defensive rating in the entire NBA been watching over the last ten games. We'll the last game was the first time in fourteen games. They've held anybody under one hundred plan defense. Right. What was better last game? Specifically, what were they doing? I mean, obviously callous miss shots that they made it because the Lakers defense. They put a lot of pressure on them they really affected defensively. But in those last the games against the Knicks. They look like they're playing defense. The you know. Against the wolves. Look they're playing defense. Well, who who comes up with these living? Yeah, you're well. You're going to get into with Mason..

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"papu" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"papu" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"I'm thinking if you're throwing rocks at immigration officials, probably not going to be the most law abiding people. Once you're here to say, I'm pretty sure that that's also probably going to be the guy that throws rocks. When he gets here, you know, who maybe can't get a job. So he decides thinking a little stealing not a big deal decides that you know, it's okay to it to to drink and drive, whatever I'm not saying that every rock thrower automatically becomes a criminal. But if you're throwing rocks at officials chances are, I know biting by a country's laws is not really is not really your thing or a top priority for you. And so that's that's why we gotta have this the wall not the entire two thousand mile length of the poor. With Mexico, but in some places, let's let's let's shore it up. Let's try to do that. Without shutting down the government, though, just saying I don't think that is particularly good good business. But we will keep you updated on the wall the negotiations the shutdown the pilot Papu in the in the Rocky Mountain national park and unfortunate workers who are having to borrow money from friends to make ends meet also the go fund me account, which is adding up impressively. In fact, it just seems to me that. Yeah. It seems to me that we can't. It's it's impressive. What ordinary citizens can do when the government gets a little bogged down an interesting thought here from a listener saying are our representatives for or against the wall. My guess is that if you've got an ARA by your name, you would like to see some shoring up of the wall and you're for President Trump. My guess is he's got a d by your name. You think the while that we have is just fine. And that's the problem with this the shutdown in the standoff, neither side really has a reason to give in I would like for them to compromise. I think that compromise is is very often. Not always very often a good thing. And if half of the country and their representatives wants something and half do not maybe find a way somewhere in the middle. Maybe instead of its certify billion a wall. How about three billion and and and give some some some work permits to DACA kids. I I think that kind of works, right? I think that the shutdown is shall we say a little necessary. We get back we touched yesterday on the Romney letter to the editor exurbia, literature essay. We'll.

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