18 Burst results for "SHOKA SHOKA"
"shoka " Discussed on League Rundown: A league of Legends Esports Podcast
"Really really good. Really good right now. See this team comp synergise so stupidly well with wral and what she does it's rogue. Had no chance here. Shoka had a fucking plan and they executed exactly like they wanted to. And it was brutal. I am excited to watch shull games. And that's a strange statement rogues comp If you didn't see the game ziya probably the most offensive eighty carry. You can pick in the metro right now with.
"shoka " Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"It's important is important agreed. Don't get it twisted the rules. Because you're you of course it caught up in yeah promotion and it's important you have to. I agree with you betcha though we got big suit. Joseph supermax rodriguez. Everyone always say they're gonna be fight of the night and this and debt but few of us got the accolades to back them up. Sign with my team. We get you in fight of the night winters. That's right that's where i'm not a four horsemen supermax. Let those bags and he puts on shows. Big that's what i want to put on shows didn't use it a banger people to watch my fights and be like y'all that was fun. Say he moving up for alaska. What did you mean alaska. And even he was fighting. Mario wait yeah. But but shoka was saying one seventy five. He was going to go down. A mammalian. looks really big up top. You know what i'm saying. He's like he's got like linebacker. Upper body so ohno. How big alaska really is or what he'd wanna fight at but dope it. Would it be to say. I beat somebody from alaska. That's everybody can say that member listen. S dopey out twitter mortgage instagram. You're not man next sports. Any ex u. p. sports talk. Check me out man. You go live all the time all the time..
"shoka " Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast
"Erected in honor of the Buddha. and. Then the legend goes at one hundred years later when the Great King Shoka. Who was a? Follower of the Boue. Took over the kingdoms of India. That he opened up these stupid and read somehow redistributed magically. The shore era. And use the relics to erect eighty four thousand. Stupas. All over India. So that everywhere you look there would be a place to worship the Buddha. So these stupid are wonderful. Precious. Miraculously. But not like this. This. Is Never before seen or heard. This Stupa for one thing is far more elaborate and beautiful and decorated than any of the other students and also none of them. They're all built. Those other stupid people saw look they build them the head carpenters here the stupid comes out of the ground. And apparently doesn't leave a big hole either just comes out of the ground. Plus. It is five hundred. John. is in height and two, hundred, fifty Johnny's in width and depth. Jonah is a measurement of distance. Usually said to be eight miles. So. This is a four thousand mile. Tall Stupa four thousand miles high. And two thousand miles wide and deep? This is an amazing. Architectural. Feat. So you can imagine. Sitting there and seeing this thing. Slowly, but surely rising out of the earth. You would be totally flabbergasted. As was everyone there. At the time. As if that weren't enough. Out of the Stupa. Comes a great booming voice. Equal right to the magnitude of the Stupa. Speaking. And it says this voice and I'm reading here in Watson on page one, hundred and seventy one this voice says excellent excellent shock your Mooney world honored one that you can take the great wisdom of. Equality. A law to instruct the body sought fas guarded and kept in mind by the Buddha's the Lotus Sutra of the wonderful law in preach it for the sake of the greatest semblance it is as you say, shock you money just as you say world honored one, all that you have expounded is the truth. So this giant voices affirming all that we're now hearing. WHOA. So now we really if we had any doubts at all. That this Lotus Sutra teaching was significant. Now we know it's significant. Totally true. What the voice says maybe gives us the first actual clue. As to the content. Of the Lotus Sutra. Heard any content yet right really. We've heard all parables justifying and. Thought to we haven't really heard any content. This gives us a little clue. It says. This voice. That the Sutra is about what's called a great wisdom of equality. Great Wisdom of equality, which is a very specific. Teaching it's from the Yoga. Tradition. That tradition. Maps Reality to eight consciousnesses. And The eight consciousnesses of the Yoga Char tradition are transformed by awakening. into the five wisdoms. So this is what awakening is the eight consciousness. Flipped around transformed. into the five wisdoms. So. I think. quickly. I can just give you a little background just to make it Comprehensible So. According to Guitar, thought. Everything is consciousness. There's only consciousness. So what we call mine as well as what we call matter. Is All consciousness. It's not mind and matter. There's only. Consciousness. And consciousness is analyzed for the sake of helping us to understand into eight types. Of Consciousness six. Since consciousness. Is. Six types of consciousness is ears, nose, tongue body, and mind. The seventh consciousness is self. Consciousness. Consciousness of you know. Being a coherent person which we all experience. And the eighth consciousness is called ally Jonah or storehouse consciousness a kind of beyond self or. Uber. Consciousness in which the entire cosmos. Mind and matter is contained. In these eight. consciousnesses are characterized. All of them. By impermanent and suffering. Until They're revolutionized by awakening. And that's when. They become. The five wisdoms. So, what are the five was? The first one is called wisdom of such nece. Bear. Sometimes, it's referred to as bear. Non Conceptual awareness there's lots of different ways they talk about it. But basically it's sort of like reality itself the basis for all the other wisdom's. Purified reality. Including everything. The second wisdom is called the Great Mirror Wisdom. And it is a transformation of the eighth. Consciousness, the ally vision non when transformed by waking becomes the Great Mirror Wisdom. In which Everything is perfectly reflected just as it is without any distortion. Exactly. Like a mirror which will show whatever is there good or bad shows it perfectly in the mirror. And, the third wisdom is the one mentioned. By, this great voice in the Stupa. As the teaching of the Lotus Sutra, the wisdom of equality. And we've been talking about this right equality universality as being. What the Lotus Sutra seems to be. Teaching us. And this is the transformation of the seventh. Consciousness self. Consciousness when transformed by awakening becomes. The Great. Wisdom equality or universality. Now. It's really to me very beautiful. That the Yoga Chart Teaching its system of explaining Dharma. All teachings are say the same thing but there's different. Traditions of explanation in the Yoga Chara. Is the only Buddhist teaching. That is willing to admit. That there is self consciousness..
"shoka " Discussed on ESPN FC
"Such a young age, its box office off isn't it? Was a joke made in the JALEN press. If you want to get into Dortmund's attacking line-up then you have to be twenty all-rounder. So. It's it's incredible. I remember seeing anything like it. So many plays going forward who really bring you to the edge of your seat. and. I think it's a you've got a brilliant site in to watch him by Munich right now. But this Dortmund side are going to be a lot of fun to watch this season I. think that's one of the most encouraging things is that this is all happening at the start of the season and it just fills you with so much promise was to come if this was a movie, I would suggest that Dortmund and a youngster very much the good guys, and then you'll have by Munich very much on the dark side because the be fully. We against Shoka this same who take no prisoners and we'll just keep going and they scores many goals they can. R.I.P, your mentions from buying vans. God. Came me. I have to say though this by inside I, just just a football point of August there in the stadium on Friday and was enjoying watching this team so much the flat, the enjoyment that they're having right now you saw it with that one move in the first half when Thomas Mullet dummied and Saturday. NAB RETOOK FIRST TIME TOUCH PASTA Xiaoqing defender.
"shoka " Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness
"Gary Welcome to the show. . Hi, , thanks for having me. . Well, , can you describe to our listeners what magic spoon radius of course magic spoon is a breakfast cereal company that I launched in April of two thousand nineteen. . So just over a year ago and we are recreating all of your favorite shout who'd sugary cereals but without the sugar essentially. . So imagine whatever your favorite junk cereal was an I imagine it worth more protein and less carbs zero sugar actually legitimately healthy for you. . But with the and texture of all those sugary cereals, , we we all loved growing up, , right? ? Yeah. . I had to look actually at the nutritional labels off both magic spoon and then fruit loops. . A popular child with choice of of many, , and I can see both serving of about one, hundred, , , ten, , two, , hundred, , eighteen categories, , but magic spoons. . Macro makeup is completely different I'm seeing that it's fruit loops gets like eighty five percent of their calories from cops out of which about half come from Shoka match gets nearly eighty percent of its calories from fat and protein. . How do you achieve that? ? Correct? ? So we've basically got a similar Carolina recount. . We've swapped the protein and carbs around and we did riot by basing our SERIO ON A. . Blend of protein slits, , we primarily use a milk pudding ice lit as well as a way protein concentrates and use that instead of the wheat flour or corn flour rice lower than most classic serials, , and then rather than sweetening with thigh high fructose, Corn , Syrup, , or perhaps akin sugar we use a blend of natural sweeteners that are essentially zero calories. . So specifically use Stevia and monk route and three those in a specific combination allows us to get as close as possible to that sweet tasted sugary cereals without actually putting sugar into the products. . I am because I was curious because I'm certain food scientists and then I saw you know like you have a blend of fruits, , Steve Young at Lowe's and the nets reason to really achieve that that flavor or is it something else as well? ? So that's the sweetness the flavor itself. . Ingram comes from natural flavors. . Basically Ryan's depending on ever. . We have a obliterate flavor, , for example, , some of us. . Are Real Blueberry powder in that Labor, , and then will actually get the colors from fruit and vegetable juices used in very small quantities. . So not really adding any sugar but are <hes>. . You know some of our flavors resemble US beet juice, , beet extracts read flavor fritzy cereal Spirulina to get a blue collar on our blueberry cereal. For . example, , the different gradients are different purposes but in general everything's entirely natural. . Even. . Though of course that doesn't mean very much nowadays but premium high-quality ingredients and high in protein sugar, , a would not expect that actually when you look at like a package off fruit loops that they can be actual flavors in it. So . it's it's quite impressive <hes> and you also have an oil plan with within magic spoon riot. . Can you talk more about that direct? ? So he's a blend of. . Highly Sunflower oil, , and then avocado oil. . Basically, , you didn't oil to bind the colors in the flavorings to the base of the cereal and we wanted to, , of course, , was high quality. . Fatty Acids <hes> rather than just like sure low-quality seed oils and so high elects unclear. Oil . <hes> pretty different from regular <unk> Orlando it fatty acids and those are the same sort of saturated fats that you find extroversion. . And of course, , avocado oil very healthy as well. . Got It and just going back to the sweeteners, , and now that in recent years, , the had been quite a few studies on a variety of different sweeteners and some of them half a good and some have a negative impact on one's microbiome worried as long fruit steve here on LAS, , stand on that. . Do you now that? ? Yeah, , they're good impact which is why we chose them. So . Chicago halls are generally very good. . So bunch of using things like A. . Recruits all tell which can have a negative impact on my own, , but also caused just looting and general or stomach aches and a pretty large portion of the population. . So we want to avoid sugar alcohols for that reason, , which right meet means ingredients are more expensive. . So obviously, , stadium for are more expensive than a lot of the other sweeteners that might still be natural but he come with other issues, , and so we wanted to avoid those issues, , which is why you chose these three. . Got It. . So
Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal
"Gary Welcome to the show. Hi, thanks for having me. Well, can you describe to our listeners what magic spoon radius of course magic spoon is a breakfast cereal company that I launched in April of two thousand nineteen. So just over a year ago and we are recreating all of your favorite shout who'd sugary cereals but without the sugar essentially. So imagine whatever your favorite junk cereal was an I imagine it worth more protein and less carbs zero sugar actually legitimately healthy for you. But with the and texture of all those sugary cereals, we we all loved growing up, right? Yeah. I had to look actually at the nutritional labels off both magic spoon and then fruit loops. A popular child with choice of of many, and I can see both serving of about one, hundred, ten, two, hundred, eighteen categories, but magic spoons. Macro makeup is completely different I'm seeing that it's fruit loops gets like eighty five percent of their calories from cops out of which about half come from Shoka match gets nearly eighty percent of its calories from fat and protein. How do you achieve that? Correct? So we've basically got a similar Carolina recount. We've swapped the protein and carbs around and we did riot by basing our SERIO ON A. Blend of protein slits, we primarily use a milk pudding ice lit as well as a way protein concentrates and use that instead of the wheat flour or corn flour rice lower than most classic serials, and then rather than sweetening with thigh high fructose, Corn Syrup, or perhaps akin sugar we use a blend of natural sweeteners that are essentially zero calories. So specifically use Stevia and monk route and three those in a specific combination allows us to get as close as possible to that sweet tasted sugary cereals without actually putting sugar into the products. I am because I was curious because I'm certain food scientists and then I saw you know like you have a blend of fruits, Steve Young at Lowe's and the nets reason to really achieve that that flavor or is it something else as well? So that's the sweetness the flavor itself. Ingram comes from natural flavors. Basically Ryan's depending on ever. We have a obliterate flavor, for example, some of us. Are Real Blueberry powder in that Labor, and then will actually get the colors from fruit and vegetable juices used in very small quantities. So not really adding any sugar but are You know some of our flavors resemble US beet juice, beet extracts read flavor fritzy cereal Spirulina to get a blue collar on our blueberry cereal. For example, the different gradients are different purposes but in general everything's entirely natural. Even. Though of course that doesn't mean very much nowadays but premium high-quality ingredients and high in protein sugar, a would not expect that actually when you look at like a package off fruit loops that they can be actual flavors in it. So it's it's quite impressive and you also have an oil plan with within magic spoon riot. Can you talk more about that direct? So he's a blend of. Highly Sunflower oil, and then avocado oil. Basically, you didn't oil to bind the colors in the flavorings to the base of the cereal and we wanted to, of course, was high quality. Fatty Acids rather than just like sure low-quality seed oils and so high elects unclear. Oil pretty different from regular Orlando it fatty acids and those are the same sort of saturated fats that you find extroversion. And of course, avocado oil very healthy as well. Got It and just going back to the sweeteners, and now that in recent years, the had been quite a few studies on a variety of different sweeteners and some of them half a good and some have a negative impact on one's microbiome worried as long fruit steve here on LAS, stand on that. Do you now that? Yeah, they're good impact which is why we chose them. So Chicago halls are generally very good. So bunch of using things like A. Recruits all tell which can have a negative impact on my own, but also caused just looting and general or stomach aches and a pretty large portion of the population. So we want to avoid sugar alcohols for that reason, which right meet means ingredients are more expensive. So obviously, stadium for are more expensive than a lot of the other sweeteners that might still be natural but he come with other issues, and so we wanted to avoid those issues, which is why you chose these three. Got It. So
"shoka " Discussed on TennisPAL Chronicles
"Tournaments and the last Fudge. That was awesome. I gotTA use that. Piano. Was So dramatic. So the way they do it is they take the best eighteen tournament results from the twenty two month timeframe and that is your ranking. So it really is a great incentive for tennis players to play because I mean, they could all choose to sit on the sidelines and lose nothing. But if they do play, they could better their ranking especially like for instance Djokovic, he could easily better his ranking because he got knocked out last year exactly and I mean we all assume that he will do quite well. If. Not Win easily I. Mean at least that's how I feel because he's been training and playing a lot like right I mean everybody's missing out on competition but he's got a good amount of training competition compared to the rest of the field. He also has this really strange bandage right now that he tested positive with covert months ago and assuming those antibodies are still active in his body. He probably is impervious to vid during this timeframe I guess that would be the same with Zavarra as well. Right But the NISHIKORI tested positive again. So There's a chance that that doesn't hold up what was the time distance between when he had it and when he didn't have it I actually don't know any of those details. Yeah. Because I think well, here at least in the United States to CDC is saying approximately three months that the antibodies give you protection. and. You know who knows if the information we're hearing from our federal government is correct or not it's really hard to know. But I mean just just that feeling that maybe he can feel more free be less stress less worried about illness just because he has that. Kind of advantage. For sure I mean I don't I don't really see anyone. Taking them out personally but stranger things have happened. I know I've been joking on the tennis court with my local buddies like. Why even have the tournament just hand joker the the trophy. You. Know just give it to him and save all this. You know risk of getting infected. Yeah Right. But. If it's not Djokovic, you've gotta think all these young guns are saying look I only have to be Djokovic now, I don't have to be three and that's why it's always been impossible right? Like, okay. You can beat Djokovic maybe then you could beaten doll, but then you have to beat Federer or you know in any in any combination of those three. At minimum, you had to at least get through two of them back to back right which is nearly impossible nearly impossible and I mean very few people have done. It that I can think of I mean team is right up there. Right he's taken at all of them out I think Zavarra of beat Shoka Vic and better at. At the finals rat the London. Again. That's three centers which I don't think really count I. D-. In a slam, there's only like one or two people who have ever done it. Right? Right and I think the record even though everybody says Medvedev has a great chance I mean he he's never actually won a five-set. from if I. Understand that correctly. A. Five five set final I should say. He's he's been in a couple of them and he's lost them all so. Yeah well. I. Shall. We shall we play the game now who men and women like what's your call will? It's really hard right because you don't. Always know lead up tournaments other than Cincinnati which. you haven't here's lunch exhibition tournaments to go off of which joke of each and team and Zverev all did very well and but they were playing against. You know a lot lower ranked players in these weird experts like the ultimate tennis showdown had weird rules four quarters. All these. Antics right wasn't like right tennis and then The other ones also had had different scoring. You know the third set I think for some of them were was like A. A. tie-break type of thing. Instead of a full set. So Right I don't know that any of them have had really enough conditioning. To to know how they're going to do in five the best of five for two weeks for for a two week tournament which has always been the US Open. They've always said has been the hardest one because it's towards the end of the year and you're battling injuries but everyone's now super fresh but also. Super Rusty, right. You're also battling ton of heat. You know usually the soap in is really brutal. Really is I guess they do it with at the Australian Open is probably more brutal but you're right? Yeah, I mean it's going to be hot and then it's weird to it's got to be weird like playing a grand slam with no crowd right because you better believe that a crowd has so much to do with a lot of. Think when if Serena gets tight. Or? Jovic, or whoever right? who normally have like a ton of crowd support. unless they're playing Federer and Djokovic case but normally these people are really used to being able to get sort of pumped up and get a bunch of energy from the crowd support. And the like, how weird is it going to feel that they're playing for a grand slam with no one clapping no-one screaming you know I've got to think that that gives the advantage to the underdog whoever that is. Yes. There they're used to not getting the chairs in back they're used to getting you know kind of. Anti cheers. People cheering when they double-fault or people cheering when they hit it out you know. So they're actually going to have less of a distraction and maybe kind of evens the playing field in a lot of ways. I mean I think this is gonNA. Be The coolest and strangest US Open I can't wait to watch as much as possible because we're going to see like. Really. Crazy. Stuff happening I mean I. I think there's going to be. A lot of shocking headlines as far as like not only just who loses early to someone they shouldn't have lost to quote unquote but also who like, how does Corona Virus Play Who's trainers going GONNA test positive and they're going to have to withdrawal because you know they have to quarantine or something like that. You know. and then what happens like do we have a draw full of walkovers or do lucky losers get thrown in It'll just be interesting, right it'll just be a tournament we've never seen. Yeah I honestly. Feel like it's such a blip on the on the calendar just such an anomaly that it just shouldn't count like I really feel like the US Open should just be an exhibition until we actually get back to you know where everything is. Somewhat normal and and people can actually play again because I mean even if Djokovic wins you know that everybody's GonNa say, Oh, well, that's because it was the Cova Tournament. GOING GONNA. Totally discount it and I think I think it's actually different for Serena I, think if Serena wins I feel like they're going to give it to her more but who do you think is the biggest competition on on the women's side Is the as I think there's it helps and hurts her equally more than anyone. How first of all Serena is notorious for. Two players shouldn't lose too. Early on when there's a lot of pressure..
"shoka " Discussed on Test podcast
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"shoka " Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast
"What what surprised this is actually, for example, like Julio the mechanic hates Cessna sky masters, and that's because I I as as a mechanic. I didn't like Cisco they're beautiful plane, and the fly nice, and I know people love them, but as a mechanic that were nightmare and so naturally because I hated them Julio hates them. And we have for example, trade a plane tillers, we can't publish this says one of our biggest customers, you can't publish a a strip where you make fun of the system. Something we didn't think about, but that's course, you know. That's why we have more than than one strip month that we can choose from. But, but it's it's kind of those kind of things that that come up on regular basis or like, yeah, we we didn't think about this. And we would be in trouble. It's more and more of that really than than other things which stay clean, and it's kind of a challenge. Also, you know, be funny empty clean for the most part. You know, guys one of the questions that are our listeners might have is over copyright is publisher of this podcast in in others. I'm always very very sensitive to to copyright. Sometimes people eat across the line when they when they shouldn't. But you will frequently see some chicken wings comics, oh show up in a in a forum or someone's blog post or or elsewhere or or even just shared across peop- amongst people amongst friends, what's your policy on call it fair use of the work that you do first of all imagined trademarking product that's called chicken wings, basic food staple and the American diet. So so we spend a lot of time and effort getting that done even push through. But the way we look at copyright is. It's advertisement for us. I mean long. Yeah. We know thump is as long as you don't make money of it. We find so spread it around. Yeah. Exactly. And if you use your give this tell them that's your characters. This is your joke and even jokes, you know, sometimes talking worldwide, some some people come up with the same idea with we've accident laid done jokes with some what does this just like this, Gary Larson, Shoka, whatever. And that was totally not us trying to make the same just eventually sometimes worldwide people may come up with the same joke. So we we look at it. We're we don't go after people because it's free at ties meant, and we're we the more people show us around. I think the better it is for us in the long run cure. But it's actually really funny amid like this pilot acquaintance of mine told me long story about how he went all the way to Alaska from Austrian. He loves finding Alaska you win. From here. They are in weight back in finally at the very farthest outs airport. He could find you went into the Bill in the wings coming straight on the wall. Those are the yeah. Really love work being shared displayed everywhere NFL may plug that in real quick..
"shoka " Discussed on The Underdog
"You just take the best player and figure it out later. And I think that our debate is clearly that guy. Well, the one best player that they can't touch would be Zion has season. Yeah. He's in. Boy, he looks bouncy is hell, but I mean, he's always looked as hell it's just the other stuff that goes along with it. Yeah. Yeah. No. He doesn't fit them at all. That's the one guy that I don't think they by taking Carter last year. I think they preclude themselves from taking Zion unless it's you know, that that would just be that'd be a weird set. So with what they have a redundant it. But I think there are some those two I think Barrett makes a ton of sense radish would be interested in Shoka Nasiri little down in North Carolina. So it's got to be a one or three. I would think. Yeah. I mean, if you're slotting Levin and at the two, and that's pretty much all he can do right. Yeah. I like the look again, it's it's kind of a little bit contingent on done or else you could potentially play like a three guard ish lineup. Yeah. I think that you're looking at a one or a three I don't think you take another big, man. I think that would be just a total waste of a pick. So and ideally, it's a one I mean 'cause you took in it. I think just in. They hope would if he's not a six man would potentially be starting for them at the three longer term. If he is as good as you say could be that's just I don't I don't know that. I mean, obviously again, we're gonna play a whole season college basketball. So a lot can change. But I don't know who that guy is unless unless you can talk yourself into Quinton Grimes Kansas being a one I know he's kind of more of a combo. Don't like Darius garland defender build. I think he's too weak. I don't love trae Jones at too. I think he's got a lot of ties limitations. What about reddish? Do. You think? He he furnishes six nine. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, he's three he's a three handles the ball. He's not a one well and the any so passive to that he's going to be one of the most this Duke team generals, obviously can't miss television. Watching reddish is going to be really really interesting because you have to alva- personalities Zion Barrett. And is he gonna get completely lost on that team? And will that allow him to play to his worst characteristics, which are the nonchalance style? The kind of drives people crazy. I just I don't know. I don't know the Duke was the place to go for camera to maximize his potential. I see what you're saying. I think he's good for them. Like, I think for Duke when you look at those first of all you just take the best guys. They clearly that this year. But you know, I think he is good for them because they have Williamson and obviously Barrett. So they could use a little passivity. On that team when it comes to head the ball. But I I agree for as long term to dominate you would've liked to see reddish go somewhere where he could have kind of been the focal point of an offense. What would have been great Villanova Villanova where he grew up around there. Right. He sure did. He sure did. But no hard feelings if you can go to congratulations. Whatever. Anyway, bitter. No, no. Why would it be? Hey, we have we have Bryan on coming next year very excited about that. It's going to be finally these national championships are starting to pay off in terms of recruiting final. I mean in fairness, this is not a team that has been at the top of the recruiting rank the team that has done a lot with four star prospects. Yeah. But that's still pretty good. When you have are you with the best coach in the country. And I mean, yeah, you're definitely seeing it..
"shoka " Discussed on AppStories
"Also allow me to mention another easy one. If you use good task. The reminder sky isn't that we covered a while back up stories, right? You know, the good task offers a collection of Syria shortcuts to view any list of the app, whether it's reminders list or smart list that you created. You can view the contents of least in theory, but also this means you can view the list from other places in ice twelve, voting search and shortcuts. So of course, I made a shortcut launcher that often the shortcuts app and shows me different good task, intense different good task shortcuts visually. So for example, in the widget tap on, it's called good task views. There's a listed says today, upcoming podcasts and family. If I tap on coming launches, the shortcuts and. Loads up a native good task shortcut, showing my upcoming list of for tasks that are due in the next three days and you can do this. You can follow these approach with any yours, twelve app that offers a native visual shortcuts intent. You can show these intense in the shortcuts up. Unfortunately, you cannot display them in the widget. That's why my shirk at needs to open the shirk atop and then continue their in the future. I hope that apple makes it possible for shortcuts to show you custom you is inside the widget, but for now you will need to launch the Shoka tap. That is very interesting. You know, with your backup ones. That reminds me of one thing that I want so badly for shortcuts, which is firing off shortcuts based on the time of day timers that that actually let you automate the process of running them as opposed to having to go in and run them yourself that geofencing, too. But you know, that's a whole. You can. Kind of fake that a little bit with like launch center pro and apps like that, but but that would be kinda cool to be able to drive up your house. The lights come on and music starts playing and the heat turns up or something like that would be pretty neat. Yeah, but you can't do that yet. All right. The last one I'm going to mention today is my morning routine, and everybody I think has some sort of morning teens shortcut at this point and you have you published as part of your twelve review. And that was in part a starting place for my own. And it's really just a conglomeration of other shortcuts that I've got on my system. And so I, I threw that electricity price one in there because why not? It's the beginning of the day, and I can see if it's if electricity is really cheap. Maybe I should go throw the laundry and and I added whether both both from carrot to get broader weather data and by local NetApp moa, whether I have, I have events which looks at the cow. Allender and sees what I've got coming up that day in that one's that part of it is based on on your morning routine shortcut. And then I've got the headlines which, again is also based on years, which goes out and and it reads like, I think I've got mindset for like the five most recent headlines from nine to five MAC, just to see if there was any overnight news and the apple world. And then Finally, I have it show me my any reminders that are due on that particular day, which I don't use reminders a lot yet, but I do use it for things that I have to do at a particular time if I need. I wanna be reminded at a particular time during the day to do a thing. I'll put it in reminders a lot of time, and it's nice to be able to kinda seal this of all those at the beginning of the day. All right, final one from me. Let's see. I'm going through my list and this is an obvious one, but I think if is a real problem filed download her. So. So. You can download files on.
"shoka " Discussed on WJR 760
"Job providing business community. So. Lose any sleep on that one. In the meantime, I mean just to show that that things can get really upside down in the political world, you've got this website bridge M I dot com, which is a far left leaning website. And they put out their truce go out on one of the ads about you and the Flint water crisis. And they said that that Gretchen Whitmer ads about you. And the fifteen phone calls that you didn't answer and all that are misleading attacks for the Flint water crisis in that you actually did exactly what you were supposed to do in. And that is simply come up with a conclusion of whether what they were doing was legal. It's not up to you to set policy as attorney general. It's up to you to check the legality of what they do as a council or governor or or whoever. Yeah. You know, the the bridge magazine, which is certainly not a Republican publication is the democratic side is called Gretchen Whitmer out because of misleading ads, and it's part of a greater credibility gap. And honest kept it Gretchen Whitmer has and that's because s because I haven't about five points from victory. They know where the shooting chambers is charging and surging. And and that's why issue on the pension tax. I'm opposed to the pension tax. She said I was faith in favor of it. Pre existing conditions. I've always maintained my supporter, maintaining preexisting conditions on healthcare. Same thing with the Nassar. She said she referred that charges to me nonsense came from the chief of police MSU. And now this thing Flint, if you can't trust your your governors, then that person running for governor, I should probably you may not always agree with me governor. But I'll be honest, and I think that's the difference. One of the difference. Between Gretchen Whitmer and Bill. We also we just story earlier this morning without per Shoka. The former budget director for the state of Michigan on this issue of fixing the roads because you want to cut taxes, and you say that we can still put more money into fixing the roads. And you know, your opponents say good luck with that. Well, guess what mister Shoka the former budget director says that's absolutely possible. Well, listen to Alison Elza, very fine guy. And the fact is Gretchen Whitmer solution for every problem is a three letter word tax and economic programs are economic collapse programs. It would take us pave the way to the lost decade. And whenever she says she wants to fix the road. She's saying I'm going to raise your taxes. And I think it would she'd have to raise taxes anywhere from twenty cents a gallon with the forty cents a gallon, and that's not going to happen. I won't let it citizens won't let it and so it's really about with. We don't cut. Taxes? So that we have a growing economy. Michigan fall behind the other states across the country, and I want Michigan gross state. And I you just go back with policies of more taxes, which crush jobs and would stop economic growth and drive more people out of Michigan. Like we saw in the last decade. I'm we're not going there. I'm not going to permit that to happen. That's why we're gonna win on in November six attorney general Schutte if you'd stay right there. You know, we gotta take a break. And then we'll be right back more with the Republican candidate for governor of Michigan Bill Schutte, Al D Chrysler Dodge Jeep brand your hometown dealer, just off I seventy five exit.
"shoka " Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Meter swim and forty k bike and ten k run. And even though it was tough experience of the sport from the beginning and yeah, I guess they had some good abilities, talent or whatever in a put, a lot of work in God veteran better and and you know, it became my job. And luckily for the last fifteen to twenty years of have been racing all over the world of professional athletes with some good results in them still enjoying it. And this point of my career getting old. There is a natural step two to step up longer distances in now. My mangoes, this I remind in Hawaii. Yeah. Okay. Are you more natural in the water on the bike or running. That's a good question because other beginning was more shooting the water because of my swim by ground. But as my training progress in, I go better. I think I'm I could be similar all three. So now I'm trying to be strongest a stronger on the by can also run because just because of the fact that swing y'all swing for fifty minutes in Ireland, but cycle, you're gonna be cycling for four and a half hours, and you wanna run a full Marthe which will take about tunnels to our cities. Humping I was forty, so you need to be ready consistent on the by him and have a lot of endurance on that final run. Okay. So world class time, is that around added up? Is that around six hours? It will be about eight hours. Yeah, foreign Shoka. Yeah, played our top race like Kona. Another racist people go under eight hours, but yeah, conus berry very special snot flat course is very windy and the heat is brutal there. So it's not a fast race. What we would call a fast race. Okay. In again, I wanna go back to why in a no, that that's the obvious question you get asked though all the time in, but I'd like to hear from you. Why do what is it about distance in endurance? That is fascinating too. Well, I love the. It was also my natural ability. I realized when I was in school that there were some kids Fuster than me when we're running short distances, but I was faster than Dan have more insurance than most of them when we had to run for a long period. And I was always fascinated by endurance sports like cycling running swimming yet. I know where other mice William comp at room, but most of the the kids they wanted to do like shorter vents. I one hundred meters. Fifty meters really faucet was more interested in longer distances because it was my natural talent than. The something about the challenge and of all the, you know, the physical pain that you have to to hold for longer that that I don't know. I guess to me, that's very exciting in retaliation. So we want to do it. His very exciting. Like I'm training right now. I, I'm laughing because I don't find it exciting. And I'm training right now for. It's about a thirty mile ocean paddle in about thirty miles in world class records around five and a half hours, and I'm sure I'm gonna come in around seven and a half eight, you know, and it's hard. It's just it's hard. It's very challenging for Shula bet. When you see yourself improve progressing in in when you finally achieve your goal is very rewarding. Yes, and and that's what we're really like more than depicted self that you don't really enjoyed when you're suffering. You know why you do it. You know what you want to cheat in drives you to to try to get better. Okay. Let's go into that for you. What is it that you're trying to understand unlock experience..
"shoka " Discussed on KTRH
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"shoka " Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast
"Man who's like regular Spider-Man, Spiderman wa. And then the ultimate spot of entries like in a black suit, and the story was based on the dimensions, the different universes being fractured and the four of them had to sort of figure out what was going on. Yeah, I never played that one. I saw stream to that one. I was watching a trailer now for spending PS four in this one because I see interface stuff. It looks like it's real now. I mean right now I think is probably a mission. So of course they're able to add a few things with the mission. Did you see the intro reveal that they did where it was going chasing shock through the prison? No, in that sort of reveal, they revealed fundament chasing Shoka through a prison. So the letting out all the prison guards, which is probably more than likely like the setup to the story. They revealed pretty much the sinister six in that they revealed. Shocker rhino scorpion volt. CIA and mister negative as villains in that sort of, I be cut sane, but then someone appeared and the camera was sort of from their point of view, and it was looking over everyone and then spun it looks at the camera and goes or no, it's you. And then it just cuts to black and it's like, Aw, who's the loss person? A lot of people thinking it's like Dr puss or another villain that they're introducing. But some people have said, well, there's a chance it could be MAs, Morales you could play as either of them through this new game, but there's no real confirmation that a very cool. I'm looking at this going back to being a kid playing the betterment. Oh, I think that I'm sad to see on the PlayStation site and it's a skill points. Get a head start on your website being experienced by having scope Weinstein, lock abilities from the start of the game. So if you're Billy's is that you do and oh, by pre ordering, will you get a cheat code like, yeah, that kinda sucks. But hopefully the skill point system is more of unlock this kind of web shooting, unlock something similar to that, but different like believe in spun man on the piss, you had to unlock the ability to string enemies up from like light poles, instead of knocking them out, could web into the ground. I then tools. And then if you looked another Steph option, you could be on top of the light pole above someone and you could duck down grab them and web them up. Yeah, like stuck to a light pole. I hope it's like that and not like put two points into strength points into Jilin, put two points into stealth if it's like that. It's not gonna be fun. I've never liked getting abilities from the. Go, I like a lock in them. I like playing the game and then be like, oh, now you can get this, then you try things differently. I hope they introduce a ton of costumes in the game because if they do a bombast ick bagman skin, I'm definitely buying it even if it's like five bucks. A lot of people don't know who that is, but essentially when Patos on put his Spiderman costume through the wash, he borrowed a fantastic full uniform and put a paper bag over his head and that was he's costume. Yeah. And for some reason, the papers told him them, bombastic bag, man. And he's a very niche reference that on the appears once in the COMEX for like one issue or something like that, but it was the dumbest costume. And it's so funny also. Yeah. The best thing about this is bringing so much into it and like we said with super smash brothers, they're bringing everyone back the inter trail for was just bringing everyone back and he is what we're doing. A lot of people said, all the presentation was too low. But the people who are really interested in smash. It was perfect because not only did it go through and show everyone who's coming back. It also showed them what they've had to change about those characters. It's like, okay, well, this person was in the game before they introduced a certain mechanic. So the like, okay, this is what we've done for this person. So this mechanic now relevant. They changed a bunch of moves. They changed how powering up abilities work like some asus canon sewn much. And then on top of that often said everyone is back. They revealed new characters..
"shoka " Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In their road trip finale eight four to the round rock express tonight and our parent club the milwaukee brewers made up for that with a two nothing victory over the minnesota twins in milwaukee this afternoon for the third time this year the only offense in a brewers win came from eric themes as two run home run this time it was in the bottom of the fifth inning the pitching staff holds the twins to two hits as the twins lose their fifth straight game brewers first team in the nfl to win number fifty believe that is the case they win number fifty today the atlanta braves may have also gotten there actually know with their loss tonight they are forty nine and thirty five might as well go there next in the bronx the yankees beat the braves eight to five redhot aaron hicks hit his fifth homer in seven games kyle higa shoka cracked his second in the big leagues and giancarlo stanton at italy blast for the yankees in washington the boston red sox beat the nationals by a score of eleven to four edouardo nunez with a three run home run zander bogart's jd martinez also going deep as the red sox improved to fifty eight and twenty nine at wrigley field the cubs beat the detroit tigers by a score of five to three anthony rizzo drove in the game tying run with an rbi single in the fifth inning and the go ahead run on a fielder's choice in the seventh to lift the cubs to a victory over the tigers five straight wins for the cubs kyle schwab also adds a solo home run that's it for finals but if you games i beg your pardon a couple more finals we can give you in philadelphia the phillies beat the baltimore orioles three two to zach eflin continued to establish himself as a key piece in that rotation he's seven and two with the wind north of the border in toronto blue jays beat the new york mets eight to six yuli gurriel hitting a home run completing a comeback after a five run seventh inning excuse me that's lords guerriel junior putting the finishing touches on the victory in colorado the rockies beat the giants eight to one charlie blackmon spent nearly a month searching for the swing and pitch recognition that made him the batting champion last year but he hit a solo shot today as the rockies improve to forty three and forty three back at the five hundred mark indians beat the royals in kansas city six to four yang gums reclaimed the lead for the indians when with a grand slam to left field in the sixth inning it was his third career grand slam putting cleveland ahead six two four a lead they would never relinquish cody allen earned his one hundred thirty.
"shoka " Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"There was at the morning show no stephen no i know you're listening habits who was was the damn patrick nope was that colin yep there you're going wasn't calling who said it it was jason mcintyre who was on colin shoka got it he said that he goes it's time for the lakers trade lonzo ball because lavar is out of control i don't know how else to explain this to yes the lakers don't care what lavar does they just don't lavar can can shout with a bullhorn from the top of a mountain let me ask let me ask you this i worry about lonzo right why did they li i guess this was a leak they didn't say this it it it it came out that all young players any of our any of our young players can be traded any of them right was an opinion from an la times reporter but yeah it can't it got out and that happened a day after lavar returned to the united states of america i don't believe you think that's just the reason it's i i do and i think that the reason that they said all young players could be traded is that it's true if let's face it if you could bring into marquee free agents and go trade for leonard who are you keeping okay let me follow is there anybody untouchable on this current roster in europe should know sh no i don't i don't believe in touchable 's in any sport they well yeah sure you do like.
"shoka " Discussed on KQED Radio
"In washington last night let's talk to danny mackey who is a commentator and journalist in western western damascus he joins us live danny where exactly are you did did you witness any of these attacks we understand at least one of them probably to centered on or near damascus yes i'm actually based in western damascus at the moment i've been following the events in holter now the us attack for the last three months and i'm in an area in western damascus which is one of the sites which was reportedly targeted at around four thirty in the morning i wake up to laud allowed a series of bangs and strike which from the instant from off you could tell that they were us lead the lead attacks because it's different from the usual sounds of wall they'd here in damascus and after about an initial twelve thirteen twelve to thirteen attacks and missiles landing and you had the syrian air defenses which will quite located nato i'm based now started firing rockets and shoka tracer fire into the skies to try and down them and the entire attack took place for about fifty minutes on and off so you'd have a wave of wave of strikes and then a temporary pause and then it would start again and the three reported sites which we could tell which i could i could tell that targeted just from the sounds which were which i could hear what i e in bed which is in east damascus and that was the first wave tax which which sounded quite far away that would be consistent to be in an area further away from the capital the more i'm out the moment and that was better that research facility which was was known to have had laboratories and reset systems regarding chemical weapons the second attack took place in missouri military airport which is the only military airport within within damascus city itself and there was numerous strikes on that particular facility and the lost the last strike actually took place in an area would which is in western damascus and that's very net where i am so when the rockets landed in jeremiah.