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"ramaya" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"ramaya" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Must pay personally the $10 million because that law is made for normal workers. So the amounts are reasonable amounts that the worker can justify and can have in this bank deposit. But when you speak for a play that must have 10 million, we must show how we made those 10 millions and if you paid taxes to have those ten minutes so a club can not come give you the 10 millions and you buy out your content. The cloud must come to you with 20 million, you pay 10 million taxes and then you pay your buyout clothes. But if you indicate that in a country with a sentence of the club, all the closes, it's a different thing. My version was saying that he could decide the third party or a third club that could acquire rights for a certain amount that was different for every market window. And unfortunately, Ronaldo or better fortunately, Ronaldo really exploded in Barcelona, became one of the biggest sensation in football. And Barcelona wanted to erase from the contract, those closes, because they did feel the fear of what could happen. But Ronaldo was very happy Barcelona and we were more happy than him because it was doing fantastic and everybody dreams of playing in Barcelona. So we started a negotiation for a new contract. But unfortunately, we couldn't reach an agreement not on the numbers. But on the formula, because they wanted most of the culture paid through different entities, not personally to the player to companies, image rights, something that we did not feel the need to expose the most important player of the world. 22 years old of age, to the risk of some financial and fiscal problem, we wanted a federation contract with all the taxes paid and a clean situation. And we couldn't reach a solution and thought that only for that reason Ronaldo left Barcelona, not because somebody was so stupid to think that playing for inter was more prestigious than playing for Barcelona. But in inter, we suddenly signed a very normal federation contract. Everything was there with a gross amount and an amount and everything was clear. Giovanni just please can you remind the first time you saw ramaya play and the first time you saw a Ronaldo play? And what you felt not so much as an agent may be, but more as a football fan, could you fit her where they were going to be there were geniuses and they were going to be amazing. Do you remember? I follow more Mario than Ronaldo because Ramadi was already quite an important player in the Brazilian league. And he was playing for Vasco da Gama. At the time, I was managing other two three players in basketball gamma. I am not ashamed to say what I always thought about Ramadi. I think romario in those days, it was the matador of the last 30 meters. I think I've seen Ramadi doing things that I've never seen any other player. And I was fascinated then and I'm still fascinated now when I watch some of his goals. Normally the genius are number ten. It's very difficult to find a genius number 9. It was a genius number 9. Everything was very fast. I never saw.

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"ramaya" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"ramaya" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Spell on a man that makes him think his penis. Dissipate is Hang out man. it's gotta go. Take a piss really quick and i just her. Oh my god my pocket gone. Somebody always from fucking barbie. I'm flat and fraud. God damn it while the devil can this book is dick obsessed and sex. These weird man. That's what i'm saying. He kramer has some repressed shit. He might be gay for all we know it. Just you couldn't be gay at this point you could just into fucking s dude. I think he's just really into like kind. People up in torturing them and just getting real fucking weird was percent a kink so in actuality removing of a man's member the which can only make believe under an illusion that his penis is has left his body according to the manual. Where's martiniuk man like. Is that no allusion. Then can you feel it and still feel it but you can't see it. I mean. I don't know mylan territory can you. Can you feel it but not like kit. That's what's weird is like a phantom limb thing no no it's gotta be like you can't see it. I don't maybe it's just a way of explaining that she she just belittled you so much until that your caucus so fucking useless and tiny that colds ear like you're like i don't even have a dick. I don't know what avenue i. oh man ramaya kendall. I don't know what this means. in about. Four hundred years there will be these toys created and they will exclude The members they will have bubis but no nipples and they won't have. Dick's have malibu house set and a convertible. Where'd you sample one. Trial in particular is notable for led to the creation of the mouth mouth. Carry them in. Fourteen eighty five. The trial of helena schubert to place and in this book austria austria fauria. Austria people knew her as a strong independent women. Vocalized her feelings. Which is someone who stood for the rights. Obviously when heinrich kramer was in innisbrook innisbrook to hunt. Which is there helena insulted kramer bucky you dick kramer than and then. She's supposed to be cursed kramer and spat. His feet spat like high insult and a lot of cultures. Just like fuck you yet. That's a big and so special back. Then she called him heretic for his diabolic against women and told people not to listen to a sermon about witch-hunt hunts so she's probably could be a good catholic women she just thinks that mentioned so much superior women shouldn't be so mentioned be superior to women in all these contexts and kind of like was like fuck. You just fucking yeah thinking about it this way like okay. So this is the gutenberg press right. So the bible's probably been out in circulation for a little while now now whether or not you have gotten your hands on it. And her village. I'm sure certain parts of it or somebody in the village has it and has spoken certain aspects of it now. If you have a society that is used to the church using the fire and brimstone angry. God repent you fuckers repent and you get to the jesus you know him and love your neighbor. Cool each other. Stop fucking killing everybody. You know what render that unto caesar. What is caesar's so if you're somewhere and people are doing certain thing then. I guess you'd better do that. But hold hold love in your heart and fucking love each other right not all about note dear god no the fucking old testament is bloodshed and revelation is just psychotic bloodshed with dragons. That's why i don't read the bible. I read more of the kerala. What i've met read more of the bible can get killed if i say that organized religion as a tool of control i'm not gonna attack one in particular but it is good stuff in all of them and then there is some just abhorrent fucking examples of behavior them inherently. Humans should know kay. Don't fuck your neighbor's wife. Yes that's probably a good thing. Don't you love your neighbors cool with it. If your neighbors cool that y'all wanna swing then fucking do your thing. Maybe don't yeah yeah exactly. They've you do what you want. The i just think the whole thing is don't fuck kids. Don't murders people be nice to everyone. Everyone is the same person we are part of this constructive of of consciousness that beyond this. We don't even know who we really are. I'm really buzzed on this episode. So i think a lot of us took into account the shed that we were talking kindergarten. Which is treat other people the way you wanna treat us lot better off then you got the satanism version of it which i do like is treat others like they treat you know for sure that they deserve. You're an asshole to me. I'm going to be a fucking asshole to you. And that's how i see it if you're a dick to me i'll be fucking dick to you but if you're super nice to me i'll be super nice you but i start conversations like that if someone every time i go anywhere grocery store to buy something to go to the vape store to buy weed. I say i appreciate that. That's my saying. I appreciate thank you. I appreciate that i even if they're doing to. Some of those is just like i'm paying for my groceries. I appreciate that. Thanks for being here. So the store stays open. So i can fucking shit sucks a lot and i'm sure that you know retail. We know how it is. That's why like whenever. I go to a restaurant or something and somebody's like oh i'm so sorry we don't have it like dude. Don't even sweat it. I know it's cool. So karen began obsessed like this obsessive vendetta. Like literally against helena shoe embared where how we have you said. He fancies her. he wants to give early case. I'm i'm literally getting getting drunk. Like no doubt. I'm getting drunk. Accused her of like a big ass. Cup of vodka binge drinking whiskey straight this entire campus. I did last night. I drink way too much. Whiskey then slept a one thirty. So i was just gonna protest tomorrow so i gotta be on q. So accusing her of using witchcraft. Who kill a man. Who's going against helena shall would so. He came to came excessive with this vendetta against her and accused her of witchcraft. To kill a man during the trial against sir. Kramer question helena about leviticus sexual activities. Ask like so the book of the bible. The one that forbids same sex relations and shellfish wearing clothes of two different materials and she's on her period and attacking her vaginal status. What that means. But who'd want to fuck bishop. George glossier sad kramer. Her assumed too much that have not been proven and kicked him out of town during the trial he was like you know bro. Like you're just yelling at this chick for just speaking against what you.

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"ramaya" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"ramaya" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

"So there's that that i would love their strikes us no harm in it. you know. it's just to kind of teach them how to select which direction what you do when how they feel afterwards in hopefully we'll have more data out of to be more systematic to kinda. Give this what you do. When they're feeling this. This is what you do differently. Our the other one is rtm's and that is a potential treatment. And i think that there are some case reports of people just trying it in patients deriving benefit that's long-term But again we need to learn more to find a better way to have more consistent results so from the initial aspect. Where you mentioned about the rehab. You mentioned that visual stimuli It has been noticed in people with nbc as stud- do have increased provocation bid up to connecticut and Do you notice that. Could that be because patients have this especially spontaneous cases because it might rain of associated as well because there's a predisposing migraine it's so commonly seen in ramaya grains or patients who are coming in Underlying migraine and have a spur deficit. They just steamed hit that wall. Right when me especially doing Optic network training with. I think anybody with chronic Lease they start using. There is a start using More it's more that more describing Research data supported a hypothesis of what's happening in three pd so they do have like what. They get very visually induced dizziness. And that's because they're using there is war there's actually increase use of the of the cortex in suppression of the record. And so i think similar things are happening. Indeed yes you don't have to have migraines to have that visual sensitivity but migrants definitely makes everything worse and so but when you expose them to the vr stimuli. There is one it's direction base of you do one direction. They'll feel sick. If you move. They'll feel much better you know and they really tolerate the other direction when it works. Okay so it's a lot of qualifiers but if it works there's a direction preponderance and it's it's very interesting. But that's how our brains are. Organized with direction proponent direction specific neurons so it makes sense. So what is your advice for patients when they come to you. What does the usual patient education that you provide that you would like to share with all of us so with patients. I say most people get better spontaneously You have to be holistic about everything. Try to get good sleep. Hydration try to reduce stress which is easier said than done and cvt because all that helps with the brains sensitivity to stimuli Definitely i always trial of the arena. dis protocol just to see if it works and then when it does work they feel much better and then medications despite what they in the literature..

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"ramaya" Discussed on ANPT Vestibular Special Interest Group

ANPT Vestibular Special Interest Group

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"ramaya" Discussed on ANPT Vestibular Special Interest Group

"So there's that that i would love their strikes us no harm in it. you know. it's just to kind of teach them how to select which direction what you do when how they feel afterwards in hopefully we'll have more data out of to be more systematic to kinda. Give this what you do. When they're feeling this. This is what you do differently. Our the other one is rtm's and that is a potential treatment. And i think that there are some case reports of people just trying it in patients deriving benefit that's long-term But again we need to learn more to find a better way to have more consistent results so From a the initial aspect. Where you mentioned about the rehab. You mentioned that visual stimuli It has been noticed in people with nbc dad do have increased provocation bid up to connecticut and Do you notice that. Could that be because patients have this especially spontaneous cases because it might rain of associated as well because there's a predisposing migraine it's so commonly seen in ramaya grains or patients who are coming in Underlying migraine and have a spur deficit. They just steamed hit that wall. Right when me especially doing Optic network training with. I think anybody with chronic Lease they start using. There is a start using Obsession more it's more that more describing Research data supported hypothesis of. What's happening in three pd. So they do have like what. They get very visually induced dizziness. And that's because they're using there is war there's actually increase use of the of the cortex suppression of the record. And so i think similar things are happening. Indeed yes you don't have to have migraines to have that visual sensitivity but migrants definitely makes everything worse and so but when you expose them to the vr stimuli. There is one it's direction base of you do a one direction. They'll feel sick. If you move any other retro feel much better you know and they really tolerate the other direction when it works okay. So it's a lot of qualifiers but if it works there's a direction preponderance and it's it's very interesting. But that's how our brains are. Organized with direction proponent direction specific neurons so it makes sense so what is your advice for patients when they come to you. What does the usual patient education that you provide that you would like to share with all of us so with patients. I say most people get better spontaneously You have to be holistic about everything. Try to get good sleep. Hydration try to reduce stress which is easier said than done and cvt because all that helps with the brains sensitivity to stimuli definitely. I always give a trial of the arena Dis protocol just to see if it works and then when it does work they feel much.

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"ramaya" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"ramaya" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast

"People can't even get windows to run winded is when they did build it and so there there's a lot of confusion out there and i think a lot of people i don't know why they just maybe it's to feel better than everybody else but there's a lot of highfalutin kind of discussion. That goes around. It's like dude seriously. Let him play people playing on the switch and they're happy. I'm gonna dishonest. If it's doom that game suck day one but our park. What was that like f-. Ps six fbi. Also as many pixels ramaya m says people don't even know they can buy necessary an insult themselves. It's easy but you have to know what can connects to what. Yeah or you watch that video. I saw yesterday called. Listen to what ram sounds like when it breaks and it was haunting he pushed in and it folds over your go like inside now by the way it's not only that the ram broke. Its that it broke inside the fucking ram slot. So now you've got all kinds of issues even pulling it out. There's you know not a hundred percent. Sure i would want to put it into the rams stick in there without going in and trying to clean it. All like is a disaster. So yeah it's it's not as easy as people just absolutely think. Play with what you can afford. And what works for you. Concerts and p. says garbage stock. Ac jv played no rica blade point. No i wish i had. We had i was getting ready to and too. Many reviews got a review today. A review tomorrow review or sorry reviews to do they all post next week so just been super busy doing that. Consoles can easily with a full fledged os. There's nothing consuls can easily have a full-fledged a good one ar did you guys see that like There's a couple of games that have put the keyboard working on the on consul to better. Yeah yeah john. John says it's weird. I've absolutely no idea what you guys are talking about. Which is why council gamer. Nothing wrong with that man. nothing wrong with. What else do we got for discussion points. So i wanted to bring up.

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"ramaya" Discussed on Books and Boba

Books and Boba

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"ramaya" Discussed on Books and Boba

"I mean maybe a jeep and fit and maybe five people next to the like. That's the roads and there are winding and i'm like there's no way they can make cricket here tour guide. I was like so Is there and then and then you know they also a really goes to the lake. Do fonder over thanks. A brother is missing and she has to think about certain things. And i'm like you a lake nearby. He's like no maybe about two or three hours away and in my story i say she walks to the league. So i'm like okay. So i fully recommend that if you're if you're writing about a real go visit that place before you you're right about it and then i luckily found out an drove down to the states. Two hours south filed miric. And that i was so excited because when we got to. You know it's on the foothills of darjeeling so it's still in the district of darjeeling. You can still see the himalayas So all of those does fit but this had flatland And you know you could drive up the hillsdale to ahead hill Deeply that were healy but it to had the flatland and it had a leak. So i then said it in the town of merrick i made a fictitious because i was so scared that still have missed a detail that people would have come at me for. So but i mirrored it around that down darjeeling. Yes please visit visit places that your eight year including in your book. If that's that's a fun adventure that attack on my ass that you think that stuff i can think of like i imagine a lot of out. There might not have been so meticulous. Because i don't know i feel like this type of the need to represent. Authentically is something that i guess we under represented people feel the burden of right one hundred percent. I mean i remember when my And the ark of the book was being circulated and obviously it. Just you know novus of other reviews coming. But i was also really nervous about what the indians were going to say about my book. And if you look at my reviews and you look a lot of the indian bloggers and reviewers reviewed my book outsold. Many of them will say that. Oh my god thank god. It was authentic. And that's kind of how i felt about. You know your books that even today you know. Even if it's an adult for a novel now pick it up and there's a part of me which is like you know inspecting for authenticity like a. How did she get this right. Did he get that right. And like it's an it is definitely this burden that we gary i mean you know. It's got one shot and you don't wanna mess it up But i feel like anybody who's writing any book should feel like that about the story that they're telling you know own voices or not Especially if they're writing outside their culture. I could not stress that anymore. I fretted about the domes that i used for her grandmother and her mother I researched online. But that's one the other reasons why i wanted to ask them. You know how do you how do it's what are the kids. Call their grandparents and their mother because like you said endesa to diverse country and we have so many languages cultures. We each call parents in a different way. So it's really important to get all of that down and even then you don't get it 'cause even in the same culture you still don't use the exact same words and they're still differences in dialects every single thing down but you know. Try as best as you can. I think i think a lot of authors from marginalized backgrounds. There's a lot of pressure and a lot of pressure is just you know self enforced a lot like i mean it's it's it's sad because a lot of white authors who borrow from our culture you know like i am not going to name this person but This person wrote a very famous book. That was based on japanese culture and his research was just reading banga. I'm not sure if you know who this is. But like you might so podcasts. Unfair and you know. I do wish that pressure was relieved for a lot of a poc authors. I do want to move onto the characters. Because i think a rea- is such a strong willed stubborn Brave twelve year old. I keep forgetting that. She's twelve years old. Because when i was twelve i feel like i was scared of every yes yes and i guess you didn't have to portland's to go save your brother now not i wish so. Can you tell me like a little bit about how you came up with. Ria and like why you decided to have be twins with rohan and how this plotline of saving her brother came about. Yeah so you know. I'm trying to think about why. I made them twins. I think i just wanted them. Closer in age for the story Felt because i need. Ron i wanted. I knew from the beginning that he was gonna go missing. Because i wanted the sisters saving the brother I didn't want brother saving the sister. Just basically didn't want to play into the damsel in distress stroke. I wanted her to do it. I also wanted to kind of flip. The story of ramaya. Where yes we're talking about husband and wife there but you know rahm goes to save sita and in this case it's like no i want to switch it so i wanna make real like rahm. Vilas like lutchman his best friend and See grow hennessy. So i kinda wanted to just sort of spin that a little bit and then you know. Obviously i wanted. I wanna re. I wanted to write a really strong female character as the as the protagonist So because of that. And i needed them to be closer in age. Because if he's seventy or sixteen doesn't make sense. That hurts twelve year. Old is going to you know. Save a seventeen year old brother In the way that she does on the books. I want them to be closer knit so i made them twins And and when it came to rea- i you know i. I just feel like girls always. Have you know to be the nice sweet girl. The smart goal the pretty girl the all of these things where i just want to be none of those. I just wanted to be her. And so i wanted her to be flawed as well. I think that's what all of us at twelve war you know. I think we were trying to figure out ourselves. I think that age is also an age. Where s kids you you you you go from a kid into a mini adult in training kind of thing and i feel like your emotions at that age Become really big. You become hyper aware of everything around you. You know a down. You're fine and suddenly eleven twelve. You are thinking about what your friends think about what others think about you You start really feeling these comparisons if you have a sibling doesn't necessarily have to be a twin. Like i don older sister. You know you're always constantly compared by somebody or the other You start picking up on things like re up. Except on the fact that you know sh hub. Mother is not e- quintessential mother of figure that you know one has i. She's different from the other parents and she doesn't have a dad and just navigating through all of these things and.

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