20 Burst results for "Raba"

Chelsea, Southampton secure FA Cup quarter-final berths

ESPN FC

02:48 min | 2 months ago

Chelsea, Southampton secure FA Cup quarter-final berths

"Just a couple of matches on this thursday southampton beating wolves score of to nothing and chelsea one winners away to barnsley. Tammy the goal in the sixty third minute. Chaka his lobster robson frank. Leboeuf join us for more frank. Start with you very impressive from chelsea. Would you not very impressive. But the most important thing is to go through When you play against so-called lower team or smaller team boss well default how the way they had to the field. Remind me The the way we used to play the ethica many years ago or to kind of two decades ago it was a wasn't pleasant game to watch but for chelsea the main thing is to go through indeed. Because of graham. One neil off you go home and you think about the quarterfinal. That's the only thing we can say. Jaakko what was worse chelsea through the first hour of the match. The pitch pitchers kind of paul for the costs from from bucknell d. That was decent pitch. But not i understand the issues that pitch like that might read And similarly bentley just made it difficult for chelsea. They will predictable i. I didn't see them scoring other on. I kept mystique trust the job done. That's that's the only important thing interesting. raba what did you think the match There are plenty of chances for barnes. The thought shock watches different game. Well a couple of chances but chelsea made it really difficult for themselves. Everybody was talking about bounds. They've done the homework bounds leader. We're going to press her out the field they we're gonna make it difficult. They were going to put their from. Plays and stop josie planet from the back. So what did chelsea duplat from the back on a bubbly bitch kept on giving it away midfield and they made it difficult for themselves. It was crying out. The big diagnosed replayed from the center hav into the white when the wing backs will play chuck took made the right decision to half times. Change the system so they got more space for their full the play bulls forward but bosley will holding such a high lime pressing so high the field. It had to be the case that josie when in behind them and they didn't do that until it was too late but they just about eight dumb bravo. it's four straight wins now for chelsea undertook. Oh can you see some signs of progress. Not today i couldn't but in in the league games they have been a slight improvement. I think he knows what he wants. From these teams play with a back three for those three games. I think he knows exactly what he wants. Midfield he's wingback high up the field as well the area where we sort changed. It is whether it's play with mainstream ensues slot in behind him or two strikes wanting behind but you can see what he's trying to do. I think the players know exactly what he's trying to do. Each system the players today almost eleven of them so it was always going to be difficult. But i can see system coming into play. I think the players understand that system. And i think chelsea will get

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Kuwait emir, 91, flies to US for medical care after surgery

Buck Sexton

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Kuwait emir, 91, flies to US for medical care after surgery

"The emir of Kuwait is expected to seek medical treatment in the US, saying it's 91 year old ruler Emir Sheik Sabah Lama, Raba is fine to the United States for medical treatments. His office says The trip comes after a successful surgery at the weekend. There are no further details. The news on the lack of clarity on shake Subhas condition is prompting speculation about another possible power struggle within Kuwait's ruling family shakes. ABA has led the country for 14

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Leaders: Gisle Rabesahala

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:45 min | 1 year ago

Leaders: Gisle Rabesahala

"Today's leader was a celebrated politician and was devoted to fighting for freedom and her country. She lived through era's colonialism and independence. Let's talk about Giselle Raba. Saha Jeff just sell Roberts Hollow was born on May Seventh Nineteen Twenty Nine Antananarivo Madagascar at that point Madagascar was a French colony. Gazelles family was very politically involved. Her father was an officer in the French army so she spent most of her childhood moving between his different postings and France Tunisia and molly when he died in nineteen forty to Giselle and her family return to Madagascar ask are those. Zell initially dreamed of becoming a nun. She decided against it by the age of seventeen. She was deeply involved in politics herself in the mid nineteen forties. Some political leaders about a gas car led efforts to become independent failed to do so through legal channels some some became radicalized and decided to take more violent measures in nineteen forty seven. Malagasy nationalists armed mostly with spears attacked attack. French military bases across the island. It became known as the nineteen forty seven. Malagasy uprising in response the French French killed many of the nationals estimates from the French said be killed around eleven hundred Malagasy nationals while Malagasy estimates were way higher around one hundred thousand casualties. Giselle was actively involved in a campaign for the rights of political prisoners from the uprising. She fought to free thousands of prisoners. She gathered a committee to support. Prisoners families wrote news articles to attract international attention and worked with members of parliament. Element petitioned the French president. In nineteen fifty six Giselle became the first woman elected as a municipal councillor. She was also the the first woman to lead a Malagasy political party having founded a party called the Union of the Malagasy. People in Nineteen fifty-eight Giselle United. Five nationalist nationalist organizations to help the Congress party for the independence of Madagascar. After a series of revolts Madagascar gained full independence in nineteen sixty when France agreed to let it become autonomous. Giselle then shifted roles from General Secretary of the Congress Party three to Minister of Culture and revolutionary art in that role. She committed herself to protecting people's heritage. She founded a national library. Prairie in nineteen seventy nine oversaw. The publication fifty works in the Malagasy language restored more than twenty five national monuments organized artistic mystic competitions and create the Mala gase copyright office in one thousand nine hundred five. Her policies helped promote national creativity. Giselle served as minister stir of culture until Nineteen ninety-one ten years later. She was also appointed Deputy Speaker of the Senate in addition to her roles in government. Giselle Zell was also on the editorial board of Nationalist newspaper. That opposed French. Colonial rule for much of her life. Giselle never got married or had any children when she was asked about her decision not to do so. She said that she preferred to serve her country instead to Zell wraps a Halla passed away on June twenty-seventh seventh two thousand eleven one day after the fiftieth anniversary of Madagascar's independence. After her death local reporters described her as as mother courage. Mother of the nation.

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"raba" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Dreaming and playing lotto and to get practical, because this has been the easiest fucking time to make money in the last hundred years. And if you haven't figured it out, you just might suck. I'm serious. It's true. Like it is cold. But honestly, I'd much rather give it to cold give you at least a thought to think about it because it's fucking true cold instead of fucking pandering to you. And then when you fucking crash into really her in, like all those people that said Raba you can do it. They're not around. And so please get practical, please. Learn how to make money if you're a business person. And so that's where I'm that. I love to do some Q a thanks for having me. Respect so everybody that creates a channel because set their own price, people paid them directly. Yes, we split the revenue and fifty fifty and you can use crypto. Okay. I want to know you were earlier YouTube yet. You wanna be earlier. Reflections probably not. But, like let's talk it through. So the first thing that's interesting is what's, what's the revenue share? It's a fifty fifty split. So apple gets thirty cents for every dollar, we split the rest with the content creator. So, so the seventy that's lefty, mean correct. Thirty five Senator creator thirty five sent us. And so what are you doing to get my thirty five cents? So we're incentivizing influencers right now to sign up for the app and be part of it. When we launch us out by south was right. So you think that you're gonna get seven or eight people that have a little bit of an audience, and that they'll be able to then because they're on, it get other people to jump on year. So we had one hundred users in it from LA. A some top influencers, and some creators that I can't mentioned right now but they are influenced usually the reason that I've seen a lot of apps like this usually the reason this app, scares me is because people underestimate people love to say, oh, you need to come on my thing. And I've seen this show over and over because you're on YouTube, or you're on Facebook or you're on Instagram and they're not paying you shit. You need to come on mine. And that's how we're going to do it, which is the right argument. Right. The problem is those platforms have fucking eyeballs. Everybody's a big shot when Instagram's bucking giving you the algorithm and Facebook and giving you the wariness, but when you go over to a new platform, and now you're asking your audience for their money. And there's nobody actually there that model has been a real difficult model to happen. There's a very big reason why there is still no platform for content that is working that way in a world where influencers have been real. Now for thirteen years, don't let this current state of Instagram like trick you long for Instagram, there's been influencers on YouTube now for twelve years, there's been influencers for a very long time. And a lot of places when you ask people to pay for content that ship better be real because it's unlimited fucking content out there and second of all everybody thinks that they can move them. But everyone of these Allister's over the last five years digitally have done some version of their own app have been given equity in some new startup has the same exact business model as you and none of them have popped..

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"raba" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"You know on both divisions that wanna fight by the chew she's defend the title game. You know until I six so. You know, I think same among that. They and I saw four she for me, you know, very humble. You know, just the same person. She just. What good person? All right, Dan, Tom our fight analysts. What do you have for Conan Silveira? Hey, coach. Obviously before you're a coach for people that don't know you Fahd had many fights with many memorable and great fighters. But of course, one of the more memorable ones if you look at may history was your fight with soccer Raba and not to get back into that a rehash that Conan. But obviously that was ultimate ultimate Japan where you have to fight soccer Raba twice essentially, go back and having to come back out. And I read an article of you explaining the pressure. You felt it was a different era. MA was awhile west back, then but the pressure that you felt to come back out and fight. And and the things that sometimes go on in the back rooms of ever made that the fans aren't aren't aware of. So I guess my question to you now as a coach do you kind of is that a point of pride for you Conan to be able to help guide your fighters because you've seen almost everything. Right. I mean is that something really big for you to be able to help your? Writers and not that they'd had to go through the same thing. But you know, being able to advocate an and make sure things go right back there. The only thing I would you say was robber. I believe the two fighters than I thought really made me go a lot was sock. Robert definitely in Melissa Smith. Him was something makes me way. Wait three years to go back to him. You know, I knew why a loss, you know, by you know, so going back to the soccer other situation. Definitely was that wasn't called may back. Then was called anything goes one. Eighty name for that. You know, it was create just like just feel years ago. I I was number one was in place. They didn't speak the language. Shit. What are they say wasn't a situation? I understand why have back to five guy in the same night. Then I just one, you know, and I fell I felt if I didn't go back. My life was dangerous. You know, when I look outside on my on the dress room. I saw Japanese ings, you know, in the black suits, man. You know, why team mafia outside? I just waiting for my answer. I'm to go back or not. I mean, look back and say, no what experienced, but that's. If I didn't fight. Then I I don't know if talking to you today, you know, exactly I sell about it. You know, suck Raba second time kind of guy. My guy myself out of control was just the fact that I felt I want to get over with this go back to the hotel pack, and that's what I did. You know as soon as the fight was over. I was like, oh, let me go back to the hotel. My shitting leave. I stay in the airport waiting for my flight. So yeah, I mean, I don't like to talk about in. That is me, you know, when I when I lost the first time, I didn't tell anybody. Then I blew my knee on on the week of the fi then I could walk. I didn't feel like, you know, they don't want to know about you know, we feel they want to resolve the five, you know, as chanting because I was a chain in extreme fighting. I should say something I can't fi gotta push the fi Hugh another time another day. But I didn't do it in. I experienced guys know my fight is I tell I try to, you know, brother, say, maybe this ways other way to do things, you know, and glass thing is being working, you know, that that's awesome to hear coach. And I guess just one last question along, you know, along those lines for me is speaking of your experience..

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"raba" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on WTVN

"Over there snow as people were pretty much staying the lanes. Everyone's behavior yourself. Picked up and there was about a mile or really bad wash was throwing windshield now airport most off the road. So real real transition just from Dublin to the airport. That's impressive. From what airport? Me through getting the snow out. Okay. Good stuff. Eric. Thanks for the update. We appreciate it much. Let's get more. Now from the man that gets paid to talk traffic, traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens it's from TempStar heating and cooling products. Trying to steal your thunder. It's okay. I'm just trying to help if you just play the thunder around. I can I can just let that go. Yeah. No, it's good to hear from the wheels on the ground out. Here. We do have one ramp closed up north to seventy east and three fifteen to twenty three in the north side fix that ramp is still closed on several disabled vehicles seventy westbound exit to Wilson has been reopened. We've had several spin out accidents throughout the morning. We have a report of a traffic signal out down in grove ports. Ports. A London grow port. Roar. So watch for that. If you're down on the southeast side of the county Raba tweeted that at me and during the last during the six o'clock hour appreciate the heads up there. Several other accidents coming in earlier to seventy south of main streets also Hamilton road at Loughborough three seventeen unlocked born, that's a disabled semi reported there. Now, the disabled thirty three and fishing. Oughta these around this morning as well you want to triple the travel times you have right now especially into downtown. Even though it is starting to transition to rain some that travels to very slow of looking at thirty three years to looking at the snow covered roads down here for the very most part. But you're fifty minutes from hill. Don Dailey up to to seventy traffic sponsored by Mako. You might not be able to get a new car with a tax refund, but you can make your car feel like it's brand new all it needs is a great paint job coming to make oh today. Get your dream paint job during their tax.

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"raba" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on WTVN

"Sitting together. Host whoever built Raba at the CIA knowledge. J two black holes sizeable say golf balls tennis balls spirit together control so controlled their tire brevity their entire Bank getting feel everything about that shift. Just controlled from inside the power source dry source. There would have to be no external porch to drive well wh-. What if there's no? I mean way we can see in science fiction that sometimes these. Rox asteroids were used as weapons by the aliens. Are they were actually used the ships in some way? So if they're planning on retrofitting rockets on on something called Rama now something on asteroids meteors, what makes us question. The idea that a more what wasn't built like that. And it was definitely the easiest thing to use as camouflage. Definitely the easiest thing to fool people into thinking. It's it's an interstellar object. That's. Comet that's not a comment and yet once again, I'll be leaving several other scientists at Harvard are doubling down and saying, no, it's a spaceship, and it's not the kind of space ship that we're used to. That's correct. It was floppy. Here was turning twisting that doesn't make any difference though, control later controls yet for all. Right. They're all gravitationally flip. It tells us a lot about what can be. And what is and there's a lot of strange things that are yet to be explored to prevent a collision course with an asteroid and planet earth and even mining these asteroids, so from Altima fool to a memorial to others. We're seeing a change in attitude and coming close again to possible encounters that may or may not be good or beneficial for the planet's triple.

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"raba" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on KTRH

"Wonderful. Well, they're calling it Rama. That's another thing. I find wonderful weird calling Rama especially back when they wanted to call them amo- Rama. And it was a rock that was quote, a spaceship. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Our source of that the best I could give up whether this is a while outside. Strange. Face light, gravity. Warps? Would you get to black holes spitting together? Supposed to ever built Raba technology. Two black holes sizeable say golf balls TATA's balls spirit together control, so take control their entire gravity. Their tire feel everything about that. Shift is controlled from inside the power source dry source. There would have to be. Oh. Porch to drive. What if there's no? I mean, we can see in science fiction that sometimes these. Rocks asteroids were used as weapons by the aliens. Or they were actually used as ships in some way. So if they're planning on retrofitting rockets on on something called Rana now something on on asteroids meteors, what makes us question. The idea that a more wasn't built like that. And it was definitely the easiest thing to use his camouflage. Definitely easiest thing to fool people into thinking. It's it's an interstellar object. That's that is a comet that's not a comment, and yet once again,.

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"raba" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Yeah. I'll say it is we've been hit by a lot of trouble with us is we have been here. Long enough to really get hit with a boss ter-. Eventually, it's gonna happen. If we're still around. I'm sure we will be. But you know, they are gonna run out against. It's happened before it will happen to get whenever stories like, for example in the bible talks about a flaming sword. I mean, you look at the sky you see something would look like a flaming score soared in the sky. Somebody leaves a trail that would be something like a Commodore remedial. You look at the bearded dragons of old, you know, they always said that the bearded dragons were the maybe the comments or the meteors in the past you here in old Celtic lore, the flying pig or the pig dragon that would fly it would leave behind a trail. And all of these things are ways to describe the ancient tales of meteors in the in the reaction. We have with rocks coming from the sky. There was a time though in France in the seventeen hundreds where this type of study was banned. They were saying that there are no rocks that come from the sky, and and so. The study of rocks in the study of asteroids is relatively new. I mean, it started up again, I think in the eighteen hundreds I mean, relatively speaking about what you know, anywhere between a. One hundred and some odd years of studying this stuff and it hasn't. You know, and we're still trying to discover how we can beat the odds of being hit by a major major stone. And it'd be able to check them. I mean, they were challenged back in what NASA challenge back in the year two thousand to actually try and chronicle and number all of what are known as a poly in class asteroids ones that could be dangerous to the planet, and they went out and did that because it was Ernest to do. So now, we're exploring these asteroids were exploring these rocks. And and of course with the new Rana program. We're going to be fitting them with with rockets, and we're gonna use as spaceships. So we're gonna use them to push out of the way with rockets we have to. That's the fast I ever alive. That's wonderful. Well, they're calling it Rama. That's another thing. I find wonderful weird. Rama especially back when they wanted to call a more mo- Rama, and it was a rock that was quote, a spaceship. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Well, the power source of that the best I could come up with this is a while outside. Yep. Up. You know, you get straight face light, gravity warps. Where'd you get to black holes? Together. Host whoever built Raba at the technology to black hole sizable, say golf balls tennis balls spirit together control so controlled their tire brevity their tire field. Everything about that ship is controlled from inside the power source that drives source there would have to be no external porch to drive. What if there's no? I mean way we can see in science fiction that sometimes these rocks asteroids were used as weapons by the aliens. Or they were actually used his ships in some way. So if they're planning on retrofitting rockets on on something called Rana now something on on asteroids meteors, what makes us question. The idea that a what wasn't built like that that it was definitely the easiest thing to use his camouflage. Definitely the easiest thing to fool people into thinking. It's it's an interstellar objects. A comment. That's not a comment and yet once again, AVI,.

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"raba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Traffic and weather together. I can tell you right now. The traffic is far worse than the weather out there. Let's get to rob Hackel. He's got the details on the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. Brought to us by Uber dot dot com. Hi, rob L, O, Nicole. Yeah. What it till Friday. It's been on route twenty four certainly unusual there. It's been jammed off a one twenty eight down to a crash working between Harrison boulevard and route twenty seven still seems tough through there and one twenty eight southbound is going to be heavy from around the great plain avenue. Need them down towards route twenty four then heavy to route three northbound Chevy Braintree to twenty four and route three south is slow down into Braintree? Well, getting there on the expressway on her way. Kristen Eck in the mall Frei insurance copter. What's going on Christian? Well, this isn't good Raba twenty on the expressway. South rather? It's jammed his crawling O'Neill tunnel that goes down towards the gas tank a very brief little bit of running room before. You're right back at granted out down at the Braintree split northbound on the expressway that slow from. He's built up to deposit that jammed from Andrew square up into the northbound O'neil tunnel. Kristen Eck insurance copter hike waste is Chevy Allston Brighton to crash clearing near the framingham service area. That remains heavy past four hundred five eastbound heavy route sixteen in corner BU to south Boston downtown the deck to celebrate square. Liberty connect, you're busy both ways. D'oro drive east back to mass. Ted Williams tells filled in both ways and Ninety-three northeast heavy leaving the city up past the cloverleaf next report four forty three WBZ's traffic on the threes. Do you need to see a medical specialist fast? Stop waiting.

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"raba" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"We'll start with baseball and it's the American League championship series with the spotlight tonight. It's a pivotal game. Number five. Boston leaves the Astros three games to one Red Sox can win the pennant tonight. Of course, we have an interesting pitching matchup as expected. Justin Burland who's been excellent in the postseason so far. He'll try pitch Houston to a game. Number six. David price who has not been affected so far for the Red Sox. He'll get the call for Boston. You'll get underway about eight and a half minutes. Again. The Red Sox trying to clinch the American League pennant at advanced to the World Series which begins on Tuesday night off of the National League championship series. Of course, the dodgers lead the brewers three games to two. Of course. It's Thursday night. Football amazingly already on the week seven of the regular season Broncos and cardinals tonight from Arizona Broncos won their first two games of the season there now on a four game losing streak. Meanwhile, the cardinals just one in five eight twenty eastern time kickoff about twenty minutes from now as for the point spread the Broncos are one point favorites heading in. We do have college football tonight as well. First quarter, Arkansas state lease Georgia's state, thirteen seven coming up at the top of next hour, Stanford and Arizona. China's state in a key Pac twelve battle NBA tonight. Lebron makes his debut in a Lakers uniform. It's a late star ten thirty eastern time there in Portland for the blazers are the Lakers coming up in a couple of minutes bulls and Sixers from Philadelphia and the heat wizards from Washington. I'm Jay Berman there in a league of their own when it comes to your weekly picks on fantasy football Saturday night at ten eastern seven Pacific on CBS sports radio. This is Brandon Tierney with a CBS sports minute. So you want Raba Red Sox Astros? Got a lotta that wants some debate as well. They got the bay to come on. That's a home run. I don't care what anybody says that is a home run. I know west was in the middle of the usually makes mistakes made. No, the one home run out to they got host so to the Astros. But what about the other stuff round the game? You know, the actual baseball stuff. How that Grabbi Benintendi, you dive. And you don't get that. That thing rolls to the wall. Everybody scores. Good night game over tied up in the series. Now how about the grand slam by Jackie, Bradley, jR? Here's my problem. How do you throw a first pitch change up? The change of sold about the art of deception get somebody leaning out in front. Get them out of whack a change up on the first pitch you deserve up Obama on that. That's just sloppy.

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"raba" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on Channel 33

"Is it a story that originates with you, or is it something that that you know, this was not a nation, Pete's dragon as a kind of adaptation, and imagining what? What, where do you want the the bulk of your creative time to go in the future towards things that that you are brainstorming or the? Are you willing to be for higher as well? I would rather not just be for higher like that's not as interesting to me. I've done a lot of applications at this point more adaptations than not, and I think of the things coming up one of them technically as an adaptation. And then the Disney movie is definitely got source material lined, but I treat them as if they were original stories. You know, I have to go into them that with that in mind, and I have to find that personal way in and if someone was to bring me, you know if someone who brought me old man the gun without Robert Redford attached, I wouldn't have been interested. It was just like, that's not, you know, that's not my Cup of tea. It was him that made it really appealing. And so it really just depends on on the project. People send me screenplays and I always read them and I'm always open to doing something that I have not written. But even if I were to find exactly the right script, I think it would just have to retype it all, you know, I'd have to like, that's my way into the story. And you know. There are times where like I feel like I would like to do something for higher. Like for example, when I was talking about a ghost story, I kept talking about how much I love the conjuring partout while talking about that was like, you know what? If they offered me the conjuring part three, I probably would do it and they did. But talked about this year. Yeah, there are those movies where I feel like I would jump at the chance to just be part of that machine or to just, you know, take my hat off as like David Lowery and just be the director of her higher and subjugate myself to that willingly. But by and large, I'm maybe that'd be disaster. I don't know. It'd be interesting to find out. It would be I, I would like to do an experiment at some point, but, but for the time being I'm approaching everything, whether it's an adaptation are not as if it's like as if it's something that's coming from me. Is there another actor or actress on the Raba Redford kind of bucket list that you'd really like to do something with? Maybe you wanna put on the world. I mean, I really wanna work with Brad Pitt and you'll like it's. Interesting. I've been thinking about a lot lately because I've been meeting actors for this new film and while doing press for this one with Robert Redford. So I think a lot about the comparison between movie stars then when he became a movie star and movie stars now, and this is not meant to denigrate any of the wonderful young stars we have now, but I think there's a sense of arrested adolescence with with actors. Now, like with with the type of actor that becomes a star, they aren't stars in the way that Redford was. So I feel in a way they need another twenty years before they get to where he is where he was when he was like twenty nine or thirty. I feel like Brad Pitt. Now you know, in his fifties is where Redford was when he was in his thirties, and I'd love to go back and watch spy game now and just see the two of them. You know at that that those two respective points in their careers, see how that feels, whether I'm onto something or not. I don't know. And of course, now Brad Pitt's at a point where he's doesn't really want to act as much anymore. He's not. He's. Very busy with his role. So I don't know if he'll ever. He's not gonna hit that point. It's different. The trajectories are different and with actors who are in their twenties and early thirties. Now the expectations are different..

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"raba" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"Yeah, there are a few of them in that in that promotion, but that's another book, another story, but we had, I would send her billionaire. And just to your point, Jay, he was fighting James, Thomson? Yeah, yeah. This huge muscled up raging bullet in the corner, and there's not like Senator million looks like he just got up on a bed hair muscled nondescript, what's? Yeah. Eleven exactly. Eleven seconds later. Nocco win for Alexander million. It was like another day at the office. They are invade or that's exactly what made him. I think in many ways and yet different. But you know, Brock Leser doesn't have to say anything. Thankfully, as the greatest man in the microphone in history with Paul Heyman to do what he's doing, but but that was fate. That's Brock. It's just their own that lets you know, they're, they're for real. Yeah. Yeah. Fade Horose reminded me of Dory, funk, junior. Just the way they handled themselves and the way I was like, oh, he's he's the Dory of 'em. Got it. The thing. NWEA world heavyweight champion during junior became another Canadian story. Still my nerd them. I like that you use the nerd voice. I do it on here repeatedly. So I'm not the only one, thankfully. So I remember like soccer Raba and I remember watching him in Gracie and going what is happening here. This drops like. He would be soccer, Robert Cada you guys. He brought tro wrestling pride became and the greatest thing there. He became the Gracie hundred Gracie killer the only person to be for members of the legendary Gracie family, but he would come to the rain in in the original tiger. That's what was saying, I'm a mass or band Vader. He would. He would all warriors like this guy was a pro wrestler, who's doing quote, unquote, shoot fighting with, you know, in real fight and to, and in the way, it's almost sad for me to see how it's like, you know, any promotion by the promoters job is to to get as much out of the commodity or the talent is they can because that's what they're they're in business for and soccer albumin. He got fed to the, I'll some of it looking back now and even I'm not lying. This is now going back for thirteen years for me, prime was amazing. But pride was also maybe the most brutal violent thing. I hope to ever be subjected to speaking Vanderlei Silva Yuki Kondo who was again. A early pancreas fighter in pride were allowed to stump their heads like you allowed to pick someone in the face. So Vanderlei was holding onto the top rope, which was a legal by the way, and he was stomping condos head. And at the moment, you know, there's more just in the Meuse zealot I can kinda, you know, like just now looking back. I'm like more. You were calling an attempted murder like, I'm glad that they're certain things that have a because, but that's again why it was so incredible and you guys would get a kick out of this pride fighting championship. You've seen the best looking young couples. I've never seen Moore, well, dressed men and women, and I'm talking a lot of women who would come to these price fighting events. And I'm like, this people in North America wouldn't believe this. It's like the old days, I guess the gladiator, but with a touch of some sophistication in class. And like I say, the production values were incredible. Like the if you guys get a chance and even your listeners, if you're able to hunt it down on YouTube, the opening. Tease for the heavyweight championship fight between fatal million Anco and miracle cop, obvious two thousand five. Again, the hairs already standing on my arm. It's beyond anything Hollywood has ever done in any trailer, and I mean that going watch it. And then tell me if you don't have sponsored or maybe shutting tour to it's incredible what they did, you know to like for all the the slag that you know thinking about, you know those those moments that the prosciutto it's fake, oh, it's it's phony and this and that. But you know, as performers and also as you know, as a commentator, it helps you understand the importance of telling story and whether it's whether it's a like a cool quote, legit sporting event. They're still a story being told as it happens. And you know person gives you the tools to express that and a different way..

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"raba" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Into Charlotte at multi-cap will. Kyle is a bitcoin Maximus now, heard right. The, I think that where we largely disagree is that Kyle us, I think, you know, he, I don't know for sure where Kyle stands on this because he's changed his stance many times in the past, although I find him an excellent sparring partner, but Kyle has seized bitcoin as totally lacking in innovation given, you know, it's it's resistance to hard fork to upgrade the network. I think he very famously said at one point late last year along with his fellow g. p. Vinnie lingam that bitcoin is dead. And so I think that that's probably the largest point of contention is that I think Kyle in the pursuit of other utility type networks like o.'s has has given much less credence to, you know what? What brought us all here and is is not considering all the innovation that that's going on in the in bitcoin right now. Rob. Raba Jeter that covered. Yeah. I mean, we need to understand naturally that the way crypto hedge funds work, whether consciously or subconsciously you don't really want bitcoin to win because if bitcoin becomes global money than I guess that's only like a hundred x, two hundred x return from here and is going to be like, is gonna take a decade or two or more, but you can't really get into the bitcoin pre-sale. You can really get in baton Hurley yet. Eighty percent discount on on sort of the Bitcoin's private placement at this point. So if you are a hedge fund manager or venture capitalists, then it's it, it's in your interest to promote these alternative theories, it's it even if your him is more attractive to you, he owes more attractive to you because. These networks are a lot cheaper right now. So if for some reason they overtake bit point, then there is that thirty x or more that you can make on some of these smaller our twenty fifteen x or more than you can make in total as a return as opposed to bitcoin. If just hypothetically, if bitcoin just keeps going up and everything else, just bleeds down. Then hedge funds essentially have no reason to exist unless they're active traders. So like venture capitalists, style buying whole outgoing investing becomes pointless in the eyes of LP's if that is to occur. Now I really like what Kyle has to say when he's talking about like technologies or blockchain scale ability in software, and I really respect his views in that regard in releasing carefully, but I don't agree with him when it comes to sort of the monetary economics monetary properties or. Mm particular blockchain does money. And when it comes to money, bitcoin is a lot better than cerium a lot better than ios, and it's a lot better than anything else out there right now, skill, ability, throughput speed up transactions, etcetera. That's not even in the top seven of eight of most important criteria that make a star Bali and so bitcoin is, as I said, incredibly hard to disrupt in that regard. We are seeing Kyle increasingly come to the.

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"raba" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"By the way, speaking of political affiliation, I saw for movie called death of a nation, and it's a play on the title birth of a nation, and it's about how Democrats are the true white supremacist not Republicans as you would think by everything. By them going, hey, we're the, we're super because we are white rice off. Faith based based off of the KKK. Do you think there are any Democrats KKK right? Like that's still big secret. I guess the Democrats are more like elite. They're more the elites in certain ways like they have more power in certain areas. Not really. I don't. I wouldn't say that. I think that I don't even know how to make sense. I know you both reaching, but I don't even know what this movie could. What angle this movie could begin to. Guess I far left, that's where they're going to go. The far left is some. I think the far left in the far right are similar in that they're both just like, yeah, they're polarizing. They're extreme. They're not. Reasoning with one another in any way, shape or form. So I kind of put them in the same category to be honest, true one wants children to be able to carry guns and the other thinks you should piece ending up no matter what sex, your main. Harmful. And I mean, there is well, the far left NT father, violent, I hate them. I hate shooting on quote my own kind because I agree with the left side a lot of times most of the times. But when you get to point where it's we're things of, so not good enough where we're, I'm trying we're talking about new words and we're evolving and we're trying. And sometimes we go slower faster than we would like to were than we're aware of when I become not good enough, no matter what I do. Right. So fucking exhausted. When I become your enemy, when I'm on the same side as you, I can't deal with it anymore. And we start arguing while on the same side, the movie's good. I happen to see zero percent from critics. The blue elite, you know, that percent six percent from the general audience which of course, you know if you are on team red, you'd be the only one thing this movie, which which sounds very much like propaganda, right? Yeah, fake news lib tards we still say Lebed hard when you leave this inks when you leave this movie, did you see? No. Good. I'll never see it now. It's ridiculous. It's it's simply because I saw you convince me no. Pask. Okay. You have to spend time with people use, go the theater alone. It's ridiculous in that in the top movies over the weekend, then it reached. Number thirteen is shocking. Compare this movie saying how Democrats are the true white supremacists and then when you get up to leave the movie look around. Yeah, wonder who's in that movie. Sure. Discussing our storm. Have your meeting right there. No, I'm not seeing this movie. I guess I'll never know. I thought I saw Reefer madness knowing that it's very much, you know, lies as Raba Ganda and it really scared the shit out of a lot of people into something terrible, terrible place. I think it changed a lot of people for the worst. I still had to see what they were talking about. But that's twenty minutes. I mean to say that the left is the true white. That's crazy to say that there are problems with the far left is accurate. I mean, look a little proud boy riots going on right now. Look at people coming out with Nazi flag. It was the one rule. We all new age. No to Nazi. Yeah, no kidding pages. It's the only thing you didn't debate in this world. Yeah, Schindler's List. You didn't have to go, sorry, I cut this movie halfway through. What are we talking about here? We decided we on whose side about the sucker man with the little girl. Bitch, I'm not phone for just give me more information. That's all I'm asking. Oh, the Nazis Bad. I see. Now I get it..

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"raba" Discussed on The Incomparable

The Incomparable

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"raba" Discussed on The Incomparable

"He just sort of shows up as a as a as a scary, bad guy at a few points he does get to drop in on Robert Redford's kitchen briefings. That's that's. But he doesn't want a milk apparently represents to kill his housekeeper because she forgot her keys a well. That is a very funny screenplay moment of, oh, Robert Redford's really bad. If you didn't know already, he just killed his housekeeper. So now we're serious about this conspiring with a winter soldier wasn't enough of a hint. Well, just branching off of that briefly to question over there or not. Any of you actually believe that Robert Redford was a good person at any point in this poem from his insurrection onwards. Like, oh yes, totally plausible that he is the person in charge of everything and he's, he's. He's meeting with the the new world order, you know? Yeah. Yeah, I'm gonna say that I was. I was not sure whether he was going to be an out villain or whether he was. One of these. You know, he gets results, stupid, chief kind of guys where he's like the the bureaucrat who is trying to navigate the stupid, you know, world security, whatever group hologram, secret world order hologram people. So I I wasn't. I wasn't positive that he was going to be a bad guy. I thought it was possible that he was going to be kind of like an impediment but not a bad guy and turns out then, yeah, he was totally back. You know, as we've talked about all of this Becky stuff, I think maybe this is why a large part of why don't like civil war is because this foundation, this movie builds the foundation for civil war in it's so shaky and then you add and I know this isn't the civil war podcast, but then you add all of the convoluted we're fighting because we can't communicate and we can't talk to each other and look at us. We're big burly min plot point, and the full thing just falls apart for me. And I think this is why I think that I think you're onto something there. I enjoy civil war and I love where soldier, but they, they built a huge part of the plot, foundation of civil war on us carrying about the relationship between cap and Bucky. And it's strange because I'm not sure that looking. The winter soldier, you would say that that was the strongest part of the foundation upon which to build your next plot, right? Like yeah, I mean, a lot of people get murdered because three dudes can't have a conversation America. I win this rewatch thinking, you know, for a long time, I basically said, I think the winter soldier may be the best MC movie, but we'll see when I reward it. And I, I watched it and I said, oh no, I think I think I still feel that way. I think that this is a complete movie and a lot of ways. It is. I love the kind of spy thriller tone. I think the the Raba Redford stuff in the, you know, the in the glass building the try scaling, which totally destroyed by the end is good. I think the action sequences are good. I think Samuel Jackson gets the most to do in any movie here, and I love that about it. I think you could argue this is the best black widow perform. Yeah, so they get stuff to do or usually they're like way on the outskirts. But here they are really in the middle of the action with captain America, which I think this is MC you character utilization at its strongest, really. And so so yeah, and it is about something it is about this logical question that comes out of the first movie, which is in our modern era. What is the role of that of captain America? Is he supposed to just accept what our government does or is he a moral force? Who has to question what our government does, and you know, hydra being inside shield is obviously a metaphor for various kinds of things about corruption and moral decay and rot surveillance systems and the creation of surveillance state and government. You know, you're, you're oppressing you, or is it a protecting you and all of the..

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"raba" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"raba" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Are you telling me that the days that you guys to stay up the old price is over hell no bring back pride brune back those now level fighters stay up all night yeah man i didn't see doom and show gun and the rona and soccer raba crazy entrances eight and all that i mean this is just fight pass okay one more question did you catch the vision last year then i wanna see some of these going some of it i'm a snob i only catch a fighter too when chemo's fighting was watching but i i don't know dan i think you're far too generous yeah i mean some of these the actual match ups are great and all but i can't get into gabby garcia crushing somebody or or you know i you know i mean pride could get away with it because their meat and potatoes was some of the best of the best fighters and then they would sprinkle in some bullshit you know what i mean but i you gotta come strong with me if you wanna be rising or you know if you wanna be another promotion and you expect me to wake up at one am i'm all into these cards in the people were telling us online at least we're all west coasters here this card was pretty much how every seasonable european watches inundate if they're over in the uk they get they watch it like one am of luck and five in the morning that's just that's crazy i can't believe they've been doing this this that whole time doesn't get to stay up for the ufc you know what i mean again at least they're staying up for the of see probably watching everything i'm yet for the ufc they gotta stay up that late in the day and whatnot and i don't know i just i think the the hardcore level of the americans it's not quite there as it is for the uk those are some crazy mother fuckers seems like perhaps i don't know but i'd if i was living in europe i'd stay up for the of c i as north american just reisen no you're not gonna get me i'm just gonna wake up for certain fights or sometimes i may just miss it i don't know man i can't do it it is it is i guess man as far as this card this was already two thousand people thing what showed up last time they went to for which was the the great the go you know bench co hera was headline in that one thousand one is you wanna strip off more fights off it that's crazy talking my mind then like the the global expansion is key right now it sounds like you're just kinda greedy for the vegas cards could have been tough could've been on i think that actually is yeah i kind of kinda but i'm more concerned about why did they only sell two hundred and fifty thousand for a great chicago card what's happening the sport on that front than sure hope they you know sure hope they strike gold in singapore i mean i don't really give a fuck about that and here's the other thing dan i'm i like the nfl i don't like arena football league i don't like canadian football league i didn't like the euro nfl when it was around i don't like australian rules football i'm just not into that when you tell me reisen or any other show hey wake up at one eight am you're asking me to wake up for one am for rena football league or for hamburg versus london in the european nfl league i'm not gonna do it and i know you wouldn't do it either dude i'm up for all these cards i do white pass and chills stream i go watch all the atv's ten in the morning on a friday that's the bit kitchen russian card these things are often i make my hard court i took my hat you're a gangster then i mean maybe there was a higher level of hardcore fandom but i think most people feel like me man but i if that's what you're saying i'm not doubting you do better something's gotta give in your life though what what what do you give up to do that the outdoors and whatnot portent in the i got all the time in the world man i can take in miami and it's all about your own priorities in my opinion i let let's talk about uc the last pay of view and everything i.

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"raba" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"raba" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"A we need a doctor who's done surgeries i don't know maybe they can go in there with a camera and kind of poke around a little bit and and get some pictures as to what's going on in kyrie's knee folks this is becoming very very clear and we're gonna talk to brian raba bostonsportsjournal about this and seven minutes this guy wants to knock lebron james out of the playoffs and i wonder if the celtics were the number one seed if i was soon the kyri would be doing this if he is if they were the number one seed because it's pretty evident that the guy wants to play in the postseason that's why he's doing this now he's missed five games because of left knee soreness he sat out the second half of a loss to the pacers when the kind of flared up it started at the beginning of a month on march third where kyri said avenue starting to bother me a little bit but i really think this guy wants to knock lebron out of the playoffs and in all honesty if that's the thing that's going to drive him if what's driving him to get the team to the eastern conference finals and then you take your shot and see how well kyrie can play with a bum knee i'm okay with that and i heard people today as i was driving galvin all over the place people trying to tie in that gordon hayward would basically stop working hard to try to come back if kyrie underwent the knee surgery the knocked him out for the rest of.

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"raba" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"raba" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"One of the most prominent faces and apple media is rumored to be changing things up the birds highlights report from the wall street journal saying that beats co founder and apple music exact jimmy evine blends to transition into a consulting role in august that rumor comes after reports earlier this year that i have been would leave the company entirely an assertion that i have been has denied before we part ways can i remind you of another show i'm part of this week on the checklist by secure mac nncholas raba nncholas check and i talk about the facebook fiasco tied to cambridge analytica there's a quick recap of part of the story and steps you can take either protect your facebook data or nuke your facebook account in tire lay i still don't understand the whole situation to be on this but i know a lot more having worked on this episode and hopefully it will help you to search itunes for checklist by secure mac or visit the show site secure mac dot com slash checklist muko west can brought to you by me and sponsored by squarespace your place online start your free trial today at squarespace dot com use offer code moco west ken for ten percent off your first purchase this episode is also sponsored by ero the home wifi system that goes anywhere and covers everywhere get free overnight shipping in the us and canada at e r o eero dot com with offer code moco west cab advertising handled by backbeat media online at backbeat media dot com you can reach me a couple of ways info at mac os ken dot com or call seven one six seven eight zero four zero eight zero.

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"raba" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

Mac OS Ken

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"raba" Discussed on Mac OS Ken

"Sonic the hedgehog comics zone fantasy star to kid chameleon an altered beast will be the first titles to hit that should happen any day now after that says the peace sega plans to debut between two and three games midst classic library every month under the sega forever initiative what light bulbs thermostats and racoons have in common their all part of a very interesting episode of the checklist by secure amac every thursday nicholas raba and nicolas tanjug dropped some security knowledge on us this week the three of us talked about the internet of things what it is how apple is trying to make it better and some simple things to do to make talking to your toaster safer toaster talk not included but you get the idea it's the internet of things on checklist number forty two find it on i tones or on the shows site secure mac dot com slash checklist mac os can brought to you by me and sponsored by square space start your free trial the day at square space dot com and our offer kodenmacho s can get ten percent off your first purchase this show is also supported by people like you patrons through patriotic and find out more indebted your support at patriotic dot com slash mac os can advertising handled by backbeat media online at backbeat media dot com you can reach me a couple of ways in photo at mac os can dot com or call seven one six seven eight zero four zero eight zero.

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