17 Burst results for "Pila"
"pila" Discussed on See What Happens
"The internet how did not go with that all right so you explain to them about like the which is like megan markle who's just had a baby congratulations not that she's assume you listen to our podcast but anyway you never know she could. She could be interested in this mexican american <hes> mexican talking about food today no but the details because she's married in the royal family now and they have certain protocols yes there. There are things that they just monson do after all. If it was royal family watt his own advanced embarrassingly they don't eat anything that contains means garlic or onions so why don't know i pretty much everything you need a car how l. d. or how do you go life with garlic being part of being a princess as one thing but you gotta give up garlic for that. I gotta say oh no. Thank you not giving up that bedroom. You know why would you. I mean that's a bit much well. I guess there are used to it it. You know they're used to it yeah because they have never <hes> okay. Apparently they have never eaten that. The never eaten garlic mike the queen's garlic doc no we never had like pasta like italian pasta with garlic apparently not because she has affairs thanks to tan versus. Who's sleeping with ah information see. This is going to be conscious. Remember i said in the beginning this is gonna be the most controversial show actually who knows she might another one accused someone and have some garlic reasons so they don't stink. Yes air store name. Sorry you can't do that now. Now meyer and i go like sorry yes well. That's too much stuff but you know what are very dear friend. Nobody know who's dali and i know. How painful is this this our good friend nino pila from from from from australia well. He's he's really from italy from italy heels beliefs in australia. He was raised in australia from from the lower part of my beautiful beautiful city. Yeah yeah city. What's the city call. Remember eight pete how you doing scotland late stand the essay astrology and we have the privilege of going there lovely family ends. There's about two thousand two thousand yes and <hes> incredibly beautiful pasta and beautiful soup oop first time akita bread soup exactly that was the first soup ever for for the <hes> the little one miranda it was alleges and he was so much. We have so much food good well. You know if you really really have real good home cooked. Food people know what they're doing. The whole thing was beautiful yeah. She was late eighties and she was still cooking everything. I think that's why he lives so long. Is this your still could use to want to eat you want you got your garden. You're out there gardening and stuff. Why would you wanna die if you got your garden. Cooking your own food and tastes good near surrounded by what people do now that you mention it yeah like for instance on on my instagram. Some people sometimes send me messages rag messages and some of them are creepy ignored apologize for those with others asking to come upstairs. I like how come you guys are not huge with all the things that you eat. I have to say if you cook your own food. It's harder to gain weight too seriously even even even process or exactly because when you on have like preservatives yes. I think that's what it's made is making people getting bigger preservatives. Tips preservatives are bad. They are yeah. They really are yeah. There's this one there well. There's this one called. <hes> was just reading about it. Calcium professor sure i if you can't read it. I don't know about that. What about dumb. People can read anything like me. What are you going to say well. Then eat eat bananas. Something you can read okay. Yeah seems to easy of demarcation line for food. We can't pronounce it. I can't pronounce apple to no but i think look whatever that you have to relieve..
"pila" Discussed on Connected
"From just a music streaming service like a full experience, and you've got to think that is in line with what apple wants out of this sort of thing. Because if they do this, you know, Shirley Spotify and others would would come along as well. But it doesn't apple music more sticky, and it gives if it were to take off it would give artists or reason to hang around with with connect. What what ab- side was there? Why would they share just an apple music where they could just tweet about it or put it on Instagram or someplace else, but if you enable all of these layers like you're talking about becomes this sort of world in which artists and their fans can stay connected. And I think that's that'd be really cool. I I would love this. Finally is more of a frustration that I have right now with music that I would like to see down better because of so much more potential. I like the apple music service to reorganize its editorial and curated sections and content that they make the I don't know if you noticed but in recent months apple started. Featuring Bobby Shane these Meany interviews with artists whenever they released new album you property seem this they are like Pila knee segments wear. They are available only in the description field of an album. So if you're go turn how you see a string of text, and if view more it expands into these long page of questions and answers, and it's like, I can see how you had the right idea. It's awesome. You have interviews where artists can go into more detail about each track or the theme behind found one where it's just like a description of every song on them up. Lincoln this show nuts to this specific album. I found just as an example in case you've never seen it. And it's available as a block of reach taxed in the description of album, an epilogue has been doing this for months for a lot of albums and for a lot of different sections of apple music. And it's mostly a hack. Really you're using the description field to embed this curated content that somebody worked on in your editorial team. And I think all of these should be formatted more nicely should be embedded not in the description field of an album Bushell be its own section in the outbound page or DR speech, and you can go beyond this stuff. Again. I don't know if you know, but bits one is still going on. And what drives me crazy is that not only is beats one as undiscovered little as it was four years ago these point, but they're still not a good way to view a daily schedule in on the iphone and to program. Your listening to say.
"pila" Discussed on Historical Figures
"And to save time. Transporting them back and forth. Everyday Schindler founded much easier to smuggle medicine and supplies to his workers. Now that they were out from under girth constant watch by the middle of nineteen forty four over a thousand workers lived in Schindler's camp, his fortune was dwindling, but he used what money he had to provide his people with whatever market rations he could obtain at this time the war. Was not going and Hitler's favor. And the Germans were being pushed out of Poland by the allied and Russian forces Oskar and Amelia Schindler had to cultivate, relationships with SS officers, and their wives and spent most of their money bribing contacts and buying rations for their employees in the fall of nineteen forty four when it became clear that they were losing control of Poland. The Nazis ordered all plash off and it sub camps, including Schindler's capped to be emptied the remaining Jewish population of crock off was to be sent to their deaths at Auschwitz it fell to Schindler to save as many as he could will discuss the greatest part of Schindler's legacy. When we come back now back to the story. In nineteen forty four Oskar Schindler learned that all of crack offs Jewish prisoners, including the thousand that lived in the camp near his factory were scheduled to be transported to nearby death camps. The Nazis were growing ever more suspicious of Schindler Ammon Guthrie and German SS agents made frequent surprise visits to the factory to inspect Schindler's operation and terrorize his workers on one occasion. Girth caught one of Schindler's men. A twenty year old man named Isaac Pila sleeping underneath a table on the factory floor girth tested, Schindler's loyalty, by ordering him to kill Isaac instantly. Schindler's simply hit Isaac across the face and told girth that he needed him alive. Good. Let Isaac go and the young man remained a part of Schindler's workforce until the end of the war now that his workers were scheduled to be sent to their deaths. All. All of the skills and connections. Oskar Schindler had cultivated as a spy and businessman were put to the test. He could not allow the men and women he'd guarded for so long to be murdered. But he also couldn't afford to let the Nazis know, what he was up to schinder was walking a tightrope between his morality and his own interests stressful line between saving his Jewish workers and looking out for his own safety. Schindler said of this time that quote, I no longer accepted anything uncritically and came to trust only my own judgment, my own humanity and sense, of empathy the suffering of the persecuted that I witnessed every day as well. As friends who thought the same way, I did helped me overcome the conflict within myself, and quote Schindler met with all his most powerful contacts, plying them with vodka and money campaigning to move his factory out of crack off and back to his. Homeland in Czechoslovakia there he insisted he could continue to produce armaments for the Nazi forces. And of course, he'd need his Jewish workers to run. The new factory at first nothing happened and all the officials Schindler spoke to ensured him that his campaign was a lost cause cinder left crack off and traveled to Berlin Germany to plead his case to various Reich officials there his requests were not approved and all hope seemed lost. But at last someone caved to Schindler's requests and authorized him to move the munitions factory. He was given permission to move seven hundred Jewish men and three hundred four hundred Jewish women to Brennan writes Czechoslovakia as part of the deal Schindler agree to transport two box. Cars worth of Ammon Gertz personal belongings out of crack off to Czechoslovakia to keep them out of the hands of invading allied soldiers. Here is where. Schindlers famous list immortalized in Steven Spielberg's, nineteen Ninety-three film comes into play. Although he did not write it himself. Schindler commissioned two of his Jewish secretaries to make a list of all one thousand workers he was allowed to take with him to Czechoslovakia the names on that list with Schindler juden or Schindler's Jews Oskar referred to them privately as his children. They included those who worked in Schindler's factory and whatever close relatives. Oscar could persuade the SS officers to allow him to take Oskar also attempted to convince other crack off business owners to do the same thing. The factory owners were all moving out of Poland to escape from the encroaching western front of the war, but they did not all share Schindler's concern for their employees euless magic, a fellow factory owner and acquaintance of Schindler's ignored Oscars pleased to save his Jewish workers. Madge said quote. Don't waste your breath..
"pila" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Like, I didn't see them post about the thanksgiving episode who I I didn't see them be like, oh Lena's. Are you know what? I mean. There's an interesting thing where for like, I think the white commute. Unity or just like other black cler- Pila gate, you know, black men times. It's like, I rarely, you know, see a lot of that community say, oh, yeah. We see her are we know her. That's our leader. I think because a lot of them are very much like, you know, what we are community because a lot of them have fan bases on like, you know, have is sort of these sort of they like, they are like sort of a sub group, and I see the foul a lot of them on social media. But and I'm not asking them to make me that person. But it's interesting because I don't think that day sort of needed someone like me because they sort of exist themselves in their own communities in a in a weird way. Where like not in a weird way. But in a way that is is is not needing Hollywood to validate. Do that's actually really cool. Yeah, it's interesting. 'cause like they they have I'll see they like they have like web series that they are part of they do like shoot. Like, there's a show called Liz factor. There's you know, this this rapper Tempa this person I card of the body. She's like a she's. Exotic dancer like I knew that. It's like, they it's like they you see them post on about the now as you some of them like we follow each other cya who is also queer rapper super dope. I got to meet young. I may but it's like day con of a young amazement of I think a little different, but they really do have their own thing. You know, and I just try to be supportive like some of the leaders have a clothing line. I'll stews oh clothing that like I was rocked for, you know, really DOE closed. I always try to support queer Brown people who have any kind of business. I always to support it Sheila Rasheed who does close as well. I was so it's like I just trying to support the community as much as possible and rip for them as much as I can. Because you know, I feel like we are a unique little family. You know, we are we have things in common. But but it's true. Like, I don't know if they're always like, oh, yeah. Lena's are are posted because their their own postage ocean. Next Sumi like does it feel weird then to have peop-? The people that did lose their mind about the thanksgiving episode. Like, I mean, I loved it. Thank you. And I post about for like similar reasons of wanting to like connect with the community. But obviously like, we're not exactly the same person. Like, which is how does that feel it feels it feels amazing like people that come up to me? You know, a lot of straight white guys come out and say, I love that episode. You know, was I think is very interesting. And I think that's what artists would of doing his job because I couldn't be more different from that person. But they're seeing some of themselves in me or in that experience, which is not their experience with the whole mission is to be a specific as I possibly can which I really was. I was very voluble in like kept it all the way what hundred but what experience was. So that way, even though I was really specific is sort of create this sort of universal thing about everyone's almost feels like feels like an outsider and their family when they go home for thanksgiving. Whether you're gay whether you different whatever it is. And and that was really interesting, but what mitt the most was when queer people particularly. Queer people of color came up in jail. You finally told like a story that like October relate to that's what happened to me. And I mean, like Asian people, I think that people, you know, Indian people I mean, it ran the gamut and they were like, even though your stories about being black. We're like that was my thing. You know, I'm not saying or I'm Asian American or things like that..
"pila" Discussed on High Noon
"And you had when the worst games your career didn't crack three digits so on the pass yardage Joan all three digits, but hey, man, the winter you do the post game interview. Yes, they call them not to there was Russell Wilson power posing as he always just confident as he always is. But his list of prepares fief is is there one for that the situation. I feel like yes. Repaired speeches for every situation ever even that he's ready. He's ready to take credit even if he was just a little bit shakey. But speaking of shaky our first named Kirk cousins your boy after Minnesota crawled it's way to all of seven points. Seven against shut out the Vikings today fired first year office coordinator, John D Filipo. So Bo who felt like the bigger problem to you last night. Was it Mr. cousins or was it the offensive coordinator? First of all, welcome to the NFL people talk about giving a deep Lippo, dude. A head coaching. John got fired from his assistant coaching job. I mean, I don't know skiing wise, whether the what was the problem. I know he wanted to run the ball less. Mike Zimmer the Mike Zimmer wanted to run the ball more. They ran the ball a lot more before. But man, they thought they were a quarterback away. And so they pay twenty seven million dollars a year to get this dude right here, yet guess what they look like they're a quarterback away. They also looked like their offense of line away to be fair to him and diva Lippo, but what was that the ball dead baggage as we know the broadcast gave him credit for presence of mind that is the opposite of presence of body. Got what have you? Thank God, really tabby as Mary catching that. Because if you didn't we would probably be laughing at this even more than we are right now. But you're right. They were running the ball. Second most often in the league last year thirty first underneath Lippo and indefens- of Kirk cousins. He in the first seven games, he looked fine Pila good at times. But but now, it's like what do you do when this is the guy who invested all that money? And because I don't think he is the long term solution to jump off the treadmill of mediocrity that this team has found itself off thing with me and cousins, even if the numbers looked better early. He looks about the same the circumstances changed around him, and in Washington breath was if everything was right around him than things could be right with him is a lot to ask any football team to have everything right around it. But that one has a lot going right ally goal, right? Probably the best pair starting wide receivers. In the league. They've got a decent running game there. Again, the offense of live becomes its own issue. But he is that he. Game changer, and he's being paid like and the stat of the day is that he is four and twenty four against teams with winning records. He's Owen five this year against teams that are winning. And we have this play in the game that he did wanna throw to both here. We have a special teams play it as a field goal. It has Bobby Wagner. Leaping over beeping over zone colleagues there, which is a problem. That's not allowed. You can't yoursel. Right. I agree. You cannot volt yourself. It does it look like he bolted himself. It looks like he put his hands on those. But he'd involved himself spirited law baby spirit. I want to get rid of the letter of the law as well though. I would love it. If you could just like cheerleader thrill guys into the air to block field goals. I want more of what you then do is affected -ly Aratu. Kate the field goal from football. There is the reason that room is there because otherwise there would not be a single field goal that ever through. But I thought he got over disable the tap little doubt la- tech. The trade off between no field goals and acrobatic field. Glint lock. They wouldn't be activated field goal blocks. Try there wouldn't be field goals. Sorry aid to be that guy. Dry solutions oriented, I. Yeah. Man, go next name broad and way last night. Lebron Dwayne Wade played last time the emotions were flow it public. Just how rare is this friendship. It's extreme..
"pila" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"It's worth just letting know them even your best friend. Don't hang up people who bring you down. Halo people bring you up. If you have negative thoughts own head tap them away meditate away release them does that bring you down. And now you're changing the channel over and over again, some the become where your life is full of UT add sweetness at delight and magnificence, and you're cued to that chattel acting like this book is such a gift because you give us a really rare tap shot into the attention that we have in our own minds and really bring together how all the mindfulness in all the positive psychology practices come to rest inside of us in and have it physical affect on us. They do absolutely appeal to that. I love the buck raven. Trained at about EEG what brainwaves dude. But by Dr at need, an EEG or Orion to tell when the stuff's working when you meditate new tab when he'd be the other thought, he practices the above just subjectively when you feel good you're shifting you'll level of neurotransmitters like Doug main like serotonin, like Gabba like holding like demise. You're shifting your stress hormones, like relevant quotas, all your your turning on beneficial hormones like the H E A. And that feel good feeling you get when you do it that lady Tony did whether to kids who was burned out who sat down in something. She was in bliss with tears out of her is when you do that that feel good feeling means you'll never transmitters are in balance, you're making Pila MIR's, you're making stem cells here having balanced in waves all of these one things happening in your body. And that subject of feeling of well-being is your purse. Title EEG MRI, gene, ship, all those things are you combat to them? But we'll happening inside of you. When you acquire these states that was Dawson church.
"pila" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"This final Saturday of October all coyotes since the get go. And the puck now is dead and a neutral zone. They saw just above the. Coyotes lying on the near side of the ice. Prepare the coyotes will have tomorrow completely off. Back to practice on Monday. And and welcome in the Ottawa Senators or came three of this five game homestand on Tuesday night at seven. Have a Bay Lightning. We'll finish this five game road. Three one in one. They'll go home to host the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night. I always will be doing something tonight that hasn't happened in a while for the Tampa Bay Lightning. The lightning. I'm only suffered one regulation loss into this game. And that was back on the eleventh of October. The second game of the season when they lost at home four to one. Seven one coyotes with four twenty to play off the face off cousins with a shot. Walker it off by the Bank. And the puck cleared by Adam Ernie on the right side of Matthew Joseph. He overskated it back into the Tampa Bay. Joe Puget behind Ernie on the left wing. It'll carry them into the lack of the coyotes net converse had back to play it. Here's to the line held in shot. By covert finds the glove of hot tea rata. Just as impressive. His goalscoring barrage over the last several games has been. The way that they have held the goals against down really all season long. I mean coming into this game tonight the coyotes. Had allowed an average of only two point one one goals-against per game. They had allowed one goal against in the last two straight and three of their last four and look up at the scoreboard right now. And we see only one goal against again tonight. And that was a fluky one. Now, a shot from the right circle love by ATI rutta, and we will take our final time out with three forty one to play and the coyotes in-command seven one over the lightning on the Arizona coyotes radio network. Live in concert. I see you tour. Pila river arena November. Now dot com..
"pila" Discussed on WSB-AM
"More headline for Monday, October fifteenth sorry jumped in there. I thought our show didn't have enough energy today. So jump in all the energy. I have. Well, here's a strong headline from CNN for you. Very good. Elizabeth Warren releases DNA tests with strong evidence of native American ancestry. This is an amazing headline it appears to me very strong evidence of very little native American ancestry. What does it? So I'm reading a story from the guardian the guardian s the English paper that exists to tell Americans. How stupid they? Oh. Yeah. So in this one it says apparently the DNA analysis determine warrants pure native American ancestor appears in the range of six to ten generations ago. Then here comes the next paragraph, which I think it's a completely wrong because they want her to be correct. That meshes with Warren's narrative that her great great, great grandmother was at least partially native American that would make Warren one thirty-second native American first of all if he says six to ten generations. I don't think great great. Great grandmother is six generations. No, right. So that's that's that's a mistake. She's saying that her great great. Great grandmother is the one that had the initial native American DNA. Oh, no still had some see it heard about right? She's not the original right of American. That's true. That's right before I'm sure the blood results are accurate. But I do want to say Pila Maya which means thank you in Lakota. You feel bad about Qatar pro-communist now. Yeah. Boy. Wow. She, but I'm so.
"pila" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"It's things like impact where like one view slides up and hits another one like one a screen slides into place in locks into place. There's one four selection changed and you're supposed to use these semantically, you're supposed to not use the wrong, you know, named haptic even though it might feel better for what you think you're doing. And so I thought by following these guidelines and by by using them semantically and everything else that people would like it and a lot of people love it. But enough people don't love it. That preference, well, they're all wrong because I love it. I like it too a lot for whatever that's worth. What about a watch playback? That's back. That's exciting. Yeah, this that's really funny. I almost have forgotten about it. It was the first thing I did this summer and it seemed like forever ago now, but it was like, I'm so frigging happy like overcast history with watch standalone playback is long and colorful and mostly awful because it's feature that I tried to do a long time ago, and I watch OS watch OS three when I was doing the watch west three version. I tried to do it. I don't think I ever said this anywhere. The reason I tried to do it was because somebody at apple had asked me to do it when somebody from apple ask you to do something you say yes, and that's that's generally good for your like he probably should say yes to that. And, and so I thought, well, if they're asking a prioritize, so I. Spent three months on it. I discovered during the course that three months that the API was just totally impossible to make this good or functional. It was especially frustrating because like somebody there had asked me to do it. So I assumed like they probably checked with someone. They knew possible and it just wasn't. And I was battling the API for months and I, I lost a good three months on this, and it was very demoralizing and very frustrating later on a watch west three, a couple apps came out that offered this and they used a trick where they basically identified themselves as a certain type of workout monitoring app, but without actually needing to use healthcare for anything. They were just some kind of fluke where like if you put the certain key in your Pila so you're watch out, you could use a much better API. You could use Aviano file player instead of w k audio foul play, which is terrible. You could use this much better in prostate. I, I think I've talked about this before, like in process for out of process, at least I haven't under the radar. And so this became possible. Decided, you know what I already built almost everything else for his feature with minimal effort. I can use this work around and ship this feature like today. So I did then overcast or then watch OS four was slated to come out and I got a phone call from some friends who said, hey. This is going to stop working. The reason it worked was a bug. We fixed the bug. That's not a fun phone call. No, and and and they were, they were very nice and apologetic about it. But you know, it was clear that they were not gonna unfixed bugs just for me. And so I had to remove this feature because I had this feature at one time. There are articles out there on the web that say, use overcast to have offline watch playback. Okay. And they, they, of course, weren't updated after I removed it. So I got an Email every two days for the last year or so sit from somebody saying, I can't figure out how to send to apple watch. I'd this option is not showing up. I can't figure it out what's going on. The real killer is at least half of those emails. Say I even paid for the premium version and now I can't find this feature. I want a refund. This feature was never behind the premium pay wall. This is just like what people do. It's like it's a common failing. They look for a feature that they heard was internet. It's not there and they see an option to pay for a premium thing and the app..
"pila" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"And you know, all science speaks about this e. equals MC squared where energy never loses its essences, just changes shape. And this is what I've experienced with my friends who've died over the years. 'cause a lots of poverty where are trained in the Eastern Cape high death rate to aids and and epidemics like t. b. and hepatitis and lost about five or six. My friends from from tragedy and and poverty. And I dreamt about them some of them drifts when they entered the other world, and they came and visited me and they showed me, then they lives when I wasn't sure and dip. But it was enough for me to see how they're living on the other world and my. One of mine turpitude who are became very close to. He was the one who he's cross amenity introduced me to my teacher, I'm and he died tragically number of years ago and remember dreaming about him after he died. And I was out completely broken hearted because we were so close. And then I met up with his his wife and I sit to her mom, said, mother deport Pila and or the I dreamt about your husband and I shared the dream what I saw and she said, would it when or niece of says, you speaking the truth is I've had a Senate dream about my husband and then she did the funeral rites and ceremonies, which is a sign of bringing the spirit of the departed back home. And I remember nursing, my teach sick sister who eventually died, and I was taking her to the doctor and she was very, very sick and took back to her. And then we would getting groceries and shopping. And my lovely Frayn's wife, friend who died his wife so her in town, and she stopped me and she, she was very animated in her whole face was beaming and she single, I'm like, yes, mama. She says, sick paints. We finish the ceremony for my husband and depend ahead to dream. I saw him in other world and Amenia we have. We are Aqel and my husband is happy. So it's a sign of the is life after death. And when we do these praise, listen to our dreams and profound way at heels, our humanity heels or consciousness. And yes, the is death. But yes, the is life after death. Are there more things in the book about getting in tune with your dreams and some? Is it more of a memoir? Is their instruction in there as well? It's both if it is a memoir because I want people to get an experience of what does it mean to be an indigenous shaman, especially from Africa, what does it mean and the best way to tell the stories from personal experience because it is secret and and I'm not giving secrets way about the culture, but I'm sharing some of my experience, but they is chapter was shy, talk about on to humanity and through the through the story. I do give the reader insights in how they can develop certain experiences themselves, super fun. I wish I wasn't running out of time. I have to leave at three thirty, which means we have four minutes. But the last question's easy and you've been so wonderful to thank you. Thank you. Can you remember where it was like? Because we talk about death. We like to do something lighter afterwards. Can you think of time in your life maybe laugh the hardest you've ever left. I love the hardest. I remember last year meeting you then was pretty. We did have a really good laugh. Yeah, we did a contra member. I mean, they happened other lofts, but that was a good meal was me you and Mindy, and I think window is there. It was very funny. It was very, very funny here speaking about goats, and we talked a lot about goats loading. The goat was a pitcher, auditory, what? Goats I was being Vittore, but then it was extremely funny because this one guy was talking about there was this mix of seriousness and in profanity and this one man was talking about his experience and South Africa, dealing with a very extreme situation of traditional culture and someone who was sick and not to go into..
"pila" Discussed on Help I Sexted My Boss
"Visit the podcast where Jordan and I have a bit of a vocal rest. So we know that today's questions and dilemmas role about. Day everybody needs good may. With little. And I always get make some this. You can find the perfect landing. That's when could you? Could you just get home. Be home. Hanaway rain closer reach day, but as usual, we don't know us come in next. These are all questions stories. Send imbue. The wonderful Jian nays. May Davis. This is from Matt in Southampton, oh, good. Lord, Matton Southampton, not one, the beliefs and brevity. Hello. Champs recently moved into a new apartment and haven't really had an opportunity to introduce myself to my new neighbors. Despite my lack of introduction, she's been at my door more times than I'd anticipate any neighbor, ten pm Sunday night, just settling down for a nice early night. I go onto the door to my neighbor asking to borrow potato masher and Pila moved in. Is it say. Does it say that. If I had one holding back, my laughter I passed them over and she barred them wash them and brought them back the following day. Jay later, it's nine pm. I just go down to the shower. The doorbell rings. My daughter's phone isn't working. I wonder if you could have a look at it for me. I happily obliged and source of the problem. When does my niceness stop and do I ignore the dole because of these requests, I don't even know the woman's name. She says he is plus older than me. So perhaps I have a cougar living about me. My mum's convince she's after me, help g so off the w. W t.. t f? Well, I would say probably initially it was an innocent request because you didn't necessarily know what you look like. She's well. Well, after him who answers the door in towel when the shower? Well, I think he can help the situation, recess potato mushroom Pila. What maybe he's moving store to your mother or went to Burnley. They sit my moment. Do we father? Is this like what the neighbor is mushroom? Peeler. No, we've never lived in south on. Right. Thing. I think you need to ten of all the lights hide under this. No, I think she blatantly funds his yet, but you need to give the the wrong signals. Don't give the rise signal maybe when you next to the door have quite a lot of the village people playing Saint grounds, Brittany. And that probably. Shop in a towel to doing the why? Yes. Thank you. I know I've got a good one for this. You need to give the wrong thing. You need to make clay, but no, in so many words that you know interested. So how would you do that? Oh, yeah. No, you'd love to meet my girlfriend. She he's coming over and a couple of weeks opened. But But yeah, yeah, no. no, I'm actually thinking of taking the next step. No, no, I'd never cheat on anything neighbor. Trying to void is my answer and tell her that interested. Basically not saying them was a week, even good advice. We all right, here's a view before we saw Olympia. I finished my. I'm betting out. So let's gene the bunny. Okay. I'll pull you. This is where I live. I have a parking space, my very own parking space for me. No one else. I didn't have a calm, but my partner does. And so the space is occupied a fair amount of time. However, increasing basis, the space is being filled by people who definitely aunt my partner. How do I deal with this flagrant disrespects to mine parking space. Right? Can I just say open often? This isn't even a problem. Visual driver show Dr you do this show Sylvan calm Austria. Will you could put a cone in the pond space? No. What? What was she saying? Definitely how do I deal this? Flagrant disrespect, flagrant? How do I deal with this flagrant dish pets, my parking space. If you've got a car Livia the most big deal. No, I didn't agree with them paying for that parking spaces. Yours you get to decide who punks Nisshin win. This is nothing. You could put it in sign up, delivery, imminent if you are. This is another thing that leads me on and people are going to be blown by this because I didn't always tell me is to London PICO, right? If you own a house in London bearing in mind, you've paid loads for it..
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"Actually designed modified it, but it's a keyed. It's almost like like an axle would ride in a in a bushing, but it's just the three printed film. The l. Filat wants to plastic. It's not the, there's no, yeah. There's no actual baron, but it seems to work fine. But you, I guess you could design it where there would be a bearing press fit bearing inside of a, you know. So how hard is that film it? Right. That's. Like how sure there's types that you can get, but is it layers. There's still like Super Bowl or I'm sure wherever I just answer my question probably though I'm working with PLA which is poly lactic acid, which is recycled recycled stuff. And the benefits of Pila is easy to print and doesn't smell too bad. When you're printing. Basically, you're descending plastic through a heated extruder melting plastic laying down on a plate and then building on that, and it hardens as it cools, it's great. So the Piel doesn't smell. But if being an ABS which is harder, but it smells like awful. I don't know when you're a kid. This is probably a very specific thing that I did. I don't know all kids do this, but I did it where I had my desk. I had a lamp in my bedroom, you know, an incidental light, and I'd take my action figures in like reshape the like if I had, you know, a human and his sword, like I would reshape his sword by melting it on the light bulb and like to pretty pretty clever. Yeah, used to do similar things. Films slope lacks wax carvings with that. Yeah. Okay. But if you've ever smelled Nolting ABS plastic than than you know the smell, but peel doesn't smell that bed. Depends on you can set your infill percentage if you want to something to prototype. It doesn't need to be super strong. You can do like eight, eight percent infil where it's just, you know, like a super light. It's not laying down that much film it for like the. Yeah, exactly. That's yeah. So do you want to go big? Can you print with that thing? Three hundred mil by three hundred mil by four hundred mil about twelve by twelve by fifteen. That's pretty big. The only thing I think of like would be a for like molding wax casting or something. Yeah. Cool. I'm I'm thinking about using it to make knife templates to design a knife in CAD and changed angles directions and shapes of things, and then I can pronounce, you know, just like templates late over the steel and then trace the inside of it with the Harvey. That's exactly what I'm using my ex car for like in one of my next videos this, it's it's very similar..
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"Own today I'm going to help better connect, you with the investments and other financial vehicles in your particular financial portfolio Ask a few questions and hopefully give you? The answers to these questions, do you, think that there, is one superior in, financial vehicle to all the different. Other ones do you think that it's possible to have all of your money, in? Only one of these different money worlds and? Still be successful, and would you like to know how to maximize your retirement income so? These are things that we we have to discuss today have you really sat down with your financial consultant You sat. Down and done a wealth projection an individual wealth projection one that looks. At all cohesively getting together your IRA's your 401K's social have you done a social security maximization? Report or are you really getting the most you can get out of social security these are some of the things that we do? At safe retirement solutions your wealth projection will evaluate your lifestyle and? Your income needs during your retirement years as well as adjusting. For inflation and also protecting from stock market volatility Again this is rod Borelli I'm here every week I'm doing I've been helping people plan out a successful retirement now for over forty years it's hard to believe I'm only sixty three years old so I'm still a young guy. But I'm a baby, boomer like most of the listeners here on WCBS I specialize, in retirement income planning and again I've said you, may have, heard some of. My different advertisements I am not here to, make you rich my goal is to? Provide certainty during your retirement years to. Set up a guaranteed lifetime income that you can have this going to. Work no matter what happens in the financial markets that will be protected from the Dan terms in the markets and continue to grow even during those downturns This is something that I specialize until you coming up on a break again oh already so we're going to take a break we're going to break with. Traffic with Alexander Pila Tangle earlier One, five six five North, on It looks like a bit of a crowded northbound fort McHenry staying with the. Harbor tunnel the outer loop low. To, Curtis great but good across the. Key bridge all the way up to Essex. Rossville grew we're seeing a little bit of a proud coming on the interloop toward York road and northbound eighty three still heavy from hunt valley up, to Hereford and on the west side of town interloop heavy toward I seventy and ninety five south capitol beltway Not too bad I'm. Alexander Pila on talk radio six eighty WCBS high toddstarnes here did you know there's an average of ten thousand? Baby boomers retiring every single day that's over thirty six million new retirees in the next ten. Years all starting to collect social security and sign up for Medicare did you know a great percentage of retirees are. Worried they'll run out of money, in retirement and, many, are concerned. About not, having enough money, to maintain their, lifestyle in later years so, how would you like. To eliminate some of that fear and have a.
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"Coming kit why there's this this this in view of that characteristic from a lot of folks within the republican party of why can't we be more like that on the other hand i'd on a would want to touch it with a 10foot pole man i don't want fakery i wanna illu let's be real let's be real and a little sloppy and as long as the objective is to get to the truth that i think that's a large part of the pila donald trump what were eventually gonna get into a lot of news today that has to do with art with the president i'd states who happens to be a republican and i think that a lot of the appeal of donald trump and why he won the election last year is for this reason that that there was this sense of off thin tissot t in a things that people said about him again and again work he says it like it is not necessarily the i agree what i said right like it this really weird thing happened where people care the less about whether or not the agreed with him than they did about whether or not he they felt like he meant what he said that since of he he means what he says and he's not trying to pull the wool over my eyes that since was more important in a lot of voters minds than whether or not they agreed with every jot and tittle of what it is that he had to say and there are a lot of people you know being at the fair for three there's three days allotted were walking into the booth really really proud of preval of president trump being their president sure and you know when i had been there volunteering uh last year before the election there was like there wasn't that proud innis roy felt people were proud to be republicans are proud of donald trump i saw a lot of that coming through state fair their proud to come in and say yes trump the the trump the make america great great again hats off.
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