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"sagawa" Discussed on Broken Record
"Record was nine eight again. The guy had a huge advantage or may not the matters but he was very skinny. Very Tall. Tom. You know in in in his lung capacity total lung capacity was almost apple. Who was pretty extraordinary sunny. That's that doesn't matter but anyway I thought somehow what I saw was by living in the sphere. Just lie decided to do the scare before by Living. There would acclimate become condition. But also I thought that ice by not eating for that amount of time metabolic rate would slow down and suddenly be able to hold my breath much longer. That's what I was hoping for but it does doesn't really why started cracking stuff away so it doesn't really work like that. Then I went back trained. The Bureaucracy Jin hypothetical record at that time was ten minutes. No real visuals on its. I started training to static apnea breath holding oxygen. So I got my first. Try and add a bunch of friends. There that word up nor basketball surging doctors owners when they saw that I was under for fifteen minutes. Nothing they pulled me out because in their mind is like the body candidate order that that's not also and I was like. Why did you do that? Spine in came in with pulmonary expert with telemetry and everything attached. I had done a twenty minute and two seconds breath. Hold before the Oprah One which seventy four twenty minutes in to second breath heart rate dropped it a beats per minute and they've never seen that and so they pulled me out once again. I was like why he do that. They were like 'cause you're about to go into cardiac Cardiac DEBT I was like perfectly fine. The body does things it adjusted adapts. And I don't know if there's something to just accepting the situation riding through the Alps but it was. It was pretty amazing so when I had to do the world record which Tom Z. Posted right before I mean he went on Regis killing it to sixteen thirty two from hypothetical. Thirteenth Nasdaq okay. Got Analysis so I got twenty so I felt like when I do override. Be Okay getting to the seventeen sixteen thirty two in Longworth fold. What is what are the phases of what's going on mentally you want to? Ideally it silly but you WanNa keep your eyes closed. You WanNA do your your brain takes a lot of energy so you WanNa Kinda minimize on everything just to preserve. Oh to want to shut everything down as much as possible that I do is I just I. I used to be Al Bank of names visit. All different places absorbs drift onto the ocean going into the abyss of the oceans. Kind of go all over them when so when I did it on stage and stuff like that much show. I didn't do that move. I go upside down but going down. I realized this Dini's through it upside down and I realized why I think he was doing this. Because if you think about the way mammals that are underwater creatures. They big breath in. They died this way. So if you think about it when you're upside down at first. Your lungs aren't forcing the air out there forcing it's that physician is going into lung so it's like. Ibm upside down in is a much easier position. Hold your breath. The only getting their takes energy even getting out of it. When I'm upside down in the water tank I kinda relaxed on the skirt asleep. Knock go to sleep. I mean go to that place just didn't make sense. So what was the last one will after that? When I got really cocky and Mike trainer working on it's like can never do a stunt that you'd have to prepare for you need to do it and understand what you're doing. I did this upside down thing and I figured I'd done like six hours of Sagawa's thing I can do sixty hours upside down to six hours. I've been dry upside down for. I like you know nightmare among side down anyway that that was a disaster of disaster. Shut down for a long time. Did stop national that with the electricity whereas in a Tesla Coil. Seventy three hour standing up which was really hard as expansion of the ankles start for risk through the metal chain mail. Faraday seat I was wearing and you know one time and I had electric water. Our strength spitted out the ARK it. The water went for Lasted from my heart. And even I think I'd burn marks on my toes so that that was a really really difficult one in the last one I did at my daughter was born like not doing anything anymore. Like this done so I just went back to the magic stuff. Thought something I've been working on. It's been that has been so fun. Can Amazing Right now. I'LL REC- we're just working out dreaming about playing with it. Thank you but there is one that I love this. The opposite it's not about you know survive on it. It's more about the opposite. End the best more about our tree and beauty and things like that. Hopefully they still even in the shows that I've seen I've seen you do stuff. We still end up being in a tank water for a really long time right. Well Yeah I mean I. Can't I love those things I love and to me? How's that magic me? That's the real magic to me. It's like the bodies capable doomed things that we can't even imagine that the body was standard. Do that's magic. A human can go without air for twenty minutes and two seconds are now the records twenty four minutes three seconds. That's magic as the body. Do that any of the things that you've done Just think about any techniques or anything that you've learned that are helpful in terms of people who were facing struggle. I think rule number one is accept everything just the way it is so as well number one and then try everything in your power to understand and to solve for what the best possible approach to fixing the situations. I think a lot of it starts with like correcting little things that you can manage. Ourself Beautiful Ben. Thank you for telling me stories. Thank you thanks again. David Blaine for jumping on Zoom Polish. Rick gave his latest special the magic way aired on ABC earlier this month check on ABC DOT COM for details. Broken record is producing help from Jason Gambro meal about Lia Rose Matt Loboda Martine Gonzales pushing industry. I think he's expecting beats. I'm just in Richmond..
News in Brief 8 August 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. The unprecedented impact of climate change is increasingly putting the world's food security at risk a new u._n. U._n. Study revealed on thursday the special report on climate change in land from the u._n.'s intergovernmental panel on climate change or i._p._c. warned that more than five hundred million people living in areas affected by desertification and are being negatively affected by the climate crisis one way to cope would the changing climate the report suggests is to improve the way we produce and consume food noting that almost a third of all food produced is simply lost or wasted. Another proposal from the authors of the study is a switch to diet that require less land and water featuring grains fruits and vegetables and sustainably produced meet meet the u n mission in libya un's meal has called for the authorities to thoroughly investigate the brutal abduction of national politicians see harm sagawa gawa- from her home in benghazi mississauga was taken by a group of armed men who injured her husband and relative on the seventeenth of july the the missions statement expressed its deep concern at melissa guy was continued enforced disappearance and complained that the reaction of the authorities provided little hope that that she would be found mill stress that silencing the voices of women in decision-making positions will not be tolerated and reiterated its strong commitments to support the full participation in the country's political life and unless governments in the middle east and north africa prioritize peace and stability the region will fail to achieve the u._n.'s sustainable development goals. The u._n.'s children's fund unicef has said launching a report focusing on the goals related to children and young people the u._n. Agency stated that without improved education and meaningful work opportunities the region which has the highest youth unemployment rate in the world faced the critical risk of a record increase of five million out of school children and a rise in youth unemployment of more than ten percent. Many young people feel that things are getting worse says the report with a deterioration in their quality of life over the last decade and only half of them have confidence in their own governments. Governments unicef is calling for an urgent boosting expenditure for early childhood care quality education gender equality and youth employment in a bid to reach the sustainable development goals conillon u._n. News.
"sagawa" Discussed on THEMOVE
"They can control it more. Are there fewer that getaway stores might have a better person. I don't I mean every race every rate. Every race is difficult for the breakaway to see the dynamic in the in the you know just the predictability of it is always the same. It doesn't matter what race it is. I think it's a little different at the tour because the stage win is so much more valuable and also if you get teams that start to get quote unquote desperate if they hadn't won a stage and then they have to try to get these full these breaks back their directors or just Barkan in their ear like it to the front and and try to salvage their tour and so before I forget my I have I will never pick him again to win a stage a win win to win any bike race. He's let me down to any time but but as a compromise I peter Sagawa's my patrol of the day he was he was he was the Peterson gone of old he was right there. He was quacking like crazy in which we can get into but I'd love to talk to define quacking a will hang on his except when he finally went. I mean his acceleration. He immediately had a bike link like that. was you know it wasn't a full field. According to the results or was about seventy five riders left but man he was that that punch I mean some of the obviously Viviana dropped caleb you and dropped but far and away the fastest guy there and so onto quacking so quacking his just a is a I don't even know the origin of quacking leading Belgian origins at a Belgian worked Flemish word. I don't know if it's an actual Flemish word but <hes> it's definitely used a lot in Belgium yeah so so <hes> I am a quaker is a is a real thing is a real person at least in our world right. Walker is a guy you know who does a lot of quacking now Harry which still what is quack quack in and there's times in the sprint or if it's a classic in your in your in your fighting for position before for a critical climb you get quacked so what happened..
"sagawa" Discussed on KTOK
"Swap them into Wednesday beyond the headlines now. This morning's Mike Gavin is here with look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, you might think that your dog is carrying around more germs than it's further than you are well groomed beard, but you might wanna take a second look at that. A new study suggests the opposite. According to the Huffington Post. Researchers in Switzerland wanted to determine whether evaluating humans and dogs in the same M R I scanner would be hygienic. So they compared the bacteria counts specimens taken from eighteen bearded men and thirty furry dogs. They also compared the level of contamination inflicted by the dogs and bearded guys on the MRI machine. Turns out all the guys with the beard showed high microbial counts compared with only twenty three of the thirty dogs. In fact, seven of the men had so much beard bacteria. They were at risk of getting sick. Of course, bearded guys aren't buying it with the founder of the pro beard group or a pro beer. Group saying that the hands in hair of the clean shaven no doubt contain all kinds of unpleasant things as well. He also believes this is just another example of pagawa phobia, which is an extreme dislike of beard Sagawa. Phobia has ever heard that one? That's my face has begun, a phobia. I don't but my face does. Because I can't grow up. I'm a little cleaner. I guess perhaps than than some of these beers. Guess that's that's just a weird study, isn't it? Yeah. Your dogs. Like nobody ever said. Boy, you gotta clean up that beard because you, you know, this is the reason you're sick. I mean, this is kind of a risk of it. Yeah. I don't know why they picked bearded guys not just people in general because not everybody walks in has a beard, everybody who walks in Switzerland has a beard, but you know, they're not they're not the majority of the population figure women in and everybody, you know, what I mean? So. Doesn't make sense Switzerland. Everybody else I think it's a requirement that you have a beard. That's part of that connection. I think I've been passed. It's definitely a lot. And Gordon Ed a granite thing to the list of reasons for bizarre baseball injuries. Blake Schnell the young award winning pitcher for the Tampa Bay rays will be on the shelf for a little while after breaking a toe on his right foot over the weekend. According to Snell, he got out of the shower at his home one day and saw a quote, granite thing that I don't like looking at next to the shower, and he proceeded to lift it up to try to move it. When he did he says part of it came loose and fell on his foot fracturing his fourth toe and sending him to the injured list. Snail admits that it was really dumb to try to move the granite thing. And as valuable as he is to the raise he might be wise to hire someone to move the heavy stuff in his house from now on maybe hired interior decorators wealthier people who are stronger than him perhaps. Something the granite vix is weird. Yeah. It was to do this shower one day, and there was this granite thing. Yeah. Baseball players, especially pitchers. It seems like maybe they have more time on their hands than other players do say once every five days or so they get themselves into more of these predicaments.
"sagawa" Discussed on THEMOVE
"This is their Super Bowl like I don't I don't I would I have wanted or thought I would have seen more organization there make sense. I wrote down some names that were in that. Chase crew was down to like what seventeen seconds something like that. Cigane Kristoff Matthews phenome- mind van arts Vander, Pol Nason Valverde and young girls like. These are like all the heads of state who just watched it. I guess look look if the three steppers quick steppers that were there if you're the director, and you're going, okay. We've got Matthews gone of all whatever all these fast guys. So let's say we organized, and we bring this back, then then you're only play is to try to then create another attack. So we're you're alone. Or you're in a group of two or three where you can win the sprint. You come to the line with those seventeen guys with Sagawa Matthews, and these you lose so I guess hearing myself say that that's probably what they were thinking still. I would if it were me in the car. I would I would have gotten organized pulled it back and then tried to reshuffle the deck like, let's not the fuck cares. If we get second see talks often about the politics of orchestrating things. And. I mean. Why why did this not happen? Like, I mean, I understand that. They're like, I don't wanna pull everybody in and kill my legs and save it because it's coming down to a sprint at this point. But like how does that happen with all these great leaders that had just you just watch this kid roll away? Yeah. I mean, look, that's the way it works. I mean, it was a brilliant move by him. He talked pretty openly. And all the post race interviews. I saw and he was in that group. He was with. He was on the wheel of Greg Vermont who everybody thought was going to be a major player GV was not, you know, making a an acceleration or anything, and so his director Andres clear German rider been around a long time knows these roads like the back of his hand just said, look if you feel good go and he did. And so I mean, look there might have been I if that was sa- gone or if that was Greg van Vermont or or that everybody would jump might they followed. Yeah. So so then yeah, you do benefit. I don't think they underestimated him. But I think he does benefit from being not not being him. But not being one of those other guys. Right. And so. But hey, look, so many times and all this shit comes together, all these factors come together. So you'd never wanna bike race they go. Yeah. We'll let you have a little TV time. Maybe. Yes. Maybe. No. That Benesch is traditionally headwind to the finish till one of the finish. Right. Look. That's that could change everything that changed what happened to the finish make it. But, but that's that's the way by grace and works, but all those directors are on the radio going, you know, they know it's a tailwind finish. They're all know that right? Okay. Let's let's talk about how changes his life. Well, I'm gonna tell you how it's gonna change his right away. Crazy that that they watched this happen? When he was after the race. But and I'll think he was on the phone actually purchasing the car at the time the big deal was they said, I guess he had made a deal with himself for the team or his whoever he if he were to win which you probably never thought I was going to win. He was going to buy a Ford busting. Afford mustang. Really? He now if you're a talion, I mean as Americans we glamorize the Lamba over there. That's a better question. Do they work on Ford Mustangs, that's exotic to them? I I love that. In fact, if I I love it too. If I was in marketing at Ford, I'm getting this kid GT five hundred Shelby. No, you're not. Yes. I am. It's awesome..
"sagawa" Discussed on Reveal
"But in the nineteen seventies. The federal government started using it to crack down on industries that kill lots of birds unintentionally millions of birds were saved, but by issuing a new legal opinion, the Trump administration stopped using the act that way and halted the fines and prosecutions. This was a triumph of industries influence, I analyze public lobbying records from twenty seventeen that specifically mentioned the migratory bird treaty act. They show oil and gas industry groups paid lobbyists nearly a half million dollars to influence federal agencies and congress other kinds of energy companies spent heavily to lobby on this two industry groups also sent emails to Trump administration appointees at the interior department. One of those emails led me to Kathleen Sagawa in her corner office on the twenty seventh floor of a skyscraper in downtown Denver. It's not a particularly clear day. But it's not bad. You know? So it's a good view cash lean represents oil and gas producers as the president of the western energy alliance. She downplays the impact of her industry's lobbying on Trump appointees. They did not need much prodding from us. Actually, they were going. On that path before we even talk to him Kathleen sent a long wish-list of environmental policies industry, wanted the Trump administration to weaken among them was the way the migratory bird treaty act was interpreted, we were the ones who are being targeted. She points out that the federal government ranks cats as the largest bird killers collisions with buildings come next. Do we prosecute those who live in buildings who happen to have a bird smashed into their window? No, those are inadvertent bird deaths, just like sometimes birds get into oil and gas equipment and deaths result is well for decades. The federal government had argued that urge dying and oil pits was different than bird smashing into windows because companies could take steps to protect birds some companies disputed this in court Trump's top lawyer at interior sided with them. He wrote a legal opinion saying it's only illegal to kill migratory birds. If it's done on. Purpose. The administration later sent out a memo with examples if you power-washing offshore oil platform to get rid of a bird's nest that's illegal. But if you're power-washing an offshore oil platform and bird's nest happens to get washed away, that's not legal. It's a reasonable way to continue to protect birds while moving forward with energy development with a new interpretation of the migratory bird treaty act..
"sagawa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In Petersburg, Ohio. Authorities find fake weapons and a fake bomb at a maximum security prison officials are calling it a situation that was serious but unique at the same time a sweep of the southern Ohio correctional facility in lucasville, uncovered the fake weapons and explosive device all of which were fashioned from every day items like batteries ear buds and eyeglass frames. A call to the media from an inmate saying there may have been a plot unfolding to take hostages prompted the search the violent past of some of lucasville inmates. Presented an extra level of concern. The prisoners said to be involved were placed in a restricted housing unit. Grenell, Scott, Fox News drivers are getting ready to start. Their engines spoke to reporters today headed this weekend Daytona five hundred days away from green flag waving the Daytona five hundred the drivers chasing for the checkered flag on Sunday spoke with reporters Wednesday media day, including reigning Cup series champion. Joey Logano who said despite coming away with the title in two thousand eighteen is last year. You know, I think that's the biggest piece in one of my favorite. Roger Penske quotes is don't trip on your press clippings Sagawa will look to become the first reigning Cup series champ to win the season opening Daytona five hundred the following year. Since Dale Jarrett back in the year two thousand media day. Coming ahead of Thursday's duels, which will shuffle up the Daytona field. Besides the front row with William Byron on the pole and Hendrick motorsports. Teammate Alex Bowman starting to the outside of him. Matt Napolitano, Fox News premiere of an exhibit based on the Broadway. Hit Hamilton will be delayed three weeks in part due to recent subzero temperatures in Chicago Hamilton, the exhibition was to premiere on northerly island along Lake Michigan on April sakes. But producers now say it'll open April twenty-seventh, they blame. Unexpected delays.
"sagawa" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"That's my worst matchup now. My. Next match-up is the one that I personally want. That's the bears for the Rams new on another shot at it. I wanted to because like you mentioned the Rams got another shot at the eagles this year they lost. Well this year the one gain that I've always referred to was twelve nine eighteen twelve nine eighteen twelve nineteen. What's twelve nine eighteen that was a Sunday night game where the bears at home to Sagawa Rams. And may Jared Goff looked like he was rookie all over again. They neutralize Aaron Donald took. That was the Dow was the game plan gave everybody around the league say this is how you stop Jared Goff. This is how you stop Aaron Donald. And the Rams was the only time in the this season. They didn't score fourteen points. I mean score touchdowns in a game because we get away jumbled Jaakko. Yeah. So we know that that was the worst jumbo Jackson. We do we do on the Rams post game show when the Rams score two or more touchdowns. Which was the only sixteen times fifteen out of sixteen games. They did with cheese straight up straight up listening to this. But the only game that they did not score two or more touchdowns against Chicago. So that's the game that I say that's the one I want personally because I get to go in beat the team that beat me because when I come to because when I play them again, they'll be at might look the same. I if they come out here to the Coliseum, and It's it's you know know. of. Guessing with the weather here. Second week in January. It's going to be somewhere the fifties. It's going to be a little damp, but it's not gonna be anything going. Does that defense with this? Because I know Jared Goff will be better. Right. Does the defense. Look the same. Yeah. I think the defense of the Rams, yes. Or no. Yeah. The bears still going to be nice. But I think that look at where the Rams defense is now that was the first game that keep to Lee second game keeps Lee came back was against the bare. So I still think that the Rams defense is a lot better. And I think that way Phillips found ways to figure out you're not just going to do this to Erin Donal. We're going to put him on the move. We're going to loop him around. We're going to stunt him. We're not just gonna lineup at one spot. We're gonna make you try to find where he's at. So to me that's the match I will want because I can defeat the team that defeated me and gave quote, unquote, the blueprint, but mate, Sean McVay, look like he was a high school coach instead of NFL tell you I'd like to see them in here at the top of my list is Dallas because I think. That's the best match. Right. So I got my worst than Seattle. My one that I want the most which is the bears but the best matchup for the Rams is the Cowboys because of their head coach Jason Garrett in the playoffs. Deck Prescott in the playoffs. That Prescott doesn't have a playoff win either. And I know they went to the playoffs two years ago. But they were in they were at a first round. Bye. He'd have one at this point. If if they're coming here, he's at least one Jared Goff. So I think that's the best matchup for the Rams because they are similar to the Rams. They are they need Zeke Elliot, you gotta feed Zeke when Zeke is role that team jumbo Jack..
"sagawa" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"He had the Robin costume on a mannequin, and he was talking and showing clips from the show and talking and then at the appropriate time, I got a friend of mine named Paul Sagawa to stand up dressed as the penguin and go went rank Wang when is a Robin costume. Robin costume now. Okay. Blaine normally be the Ridler the Ridler, but we only get a joker penguin tuxedo. And also the row seemed funny. So we had top-seeded we so we got him. We got him a cheap sex cdo, and we got him an umbrella. And yes, did he do technically? I love this a room full of people all we're like, no, that's the Ridler, and you tell anyone else's story. They don't really care. You're you're locked in. You guys are locked and loaded. So. Where when is it costume one is Robin custom that a costume and Burt boards just stymied. Any goes wet any answers. He said what? And. And the penguin said pulsa said when it stolen, and she was Mike that was my cue to hit the not Mike you, but that was someone else's a hit the lights. This is an important thing to know everybody out there in a movie if you turn off the lights everything goes black clearly touting eyeballs in real life at four o'clock in the afternoon when you hit the lights things go from very visible to still pretty visible gets slightly dimmer. So we did that the lights get slightly dimmer. I remember thinking, oh, that's not like it is in the movies. And then I ran grabbed the costume and took off through a back door. No one tries to stop you. This is the interesting. Gotten to that. But you son of. Who gives chase? But like these four guys that are in the Republican club give chase to stop the man who stolen the Robin costume at over two hundred guys in the bad. You know, the the evil in in the skull and bones type. Yeah, they're in the evil fraternity in animal house. Those guys are chasing me. And I was thinking as I'm running with the costume. Why is another student? I can see Burt ward chasing me if his hit wasn't out. But why of these guys chasing me? But I run as fast as I can. And I get into a waiting car with the engine running driven by a gentleman by the name of Kent Karlic. He's got away driver. He was the getaway driver. And I'll never forget. He was playing T. Rex's bang Agong. It was like, you know, Bank. And he tore he peeled out. We left those guys in the dust. We went back to our humor magazine in the basement. And we started just calling Burt ward. And pretending to be different villains saying you'll never get your costume. You know, where is king Tut? Like is. He by a phone at this point. Yeah. Burt ward, we knew were Burt ward was which he was and he was he he knew who had taken it. So he was calling us. We were mocking him over the phone missing. It's two hundred fifty thousand dollars. We were looking at it. It was made of old dried rubber from the nineteen sixties boots. It was a well worn pretty soiled. Pretty soil. Let's say Robin was up to no good from sixty six to sixty eight. And he didn't he never once washed his clothes. But yeah, that's that story. Well, and but you eventually gave it back or did you sell it off? We get it that because that would be a crime like I liked having fun. But I never wanted to go to prison, and I still don't want to go to try to trick you into admitting to a crime, and you did not so congratulations. Speaking of crimes. This is not one you have a new podcast Conan. O'brien transitions are terrible. They're really bad. That was done. It. Speaking of crimes, it's a crime that not everyone knows about your podcast. That's okay. Gimme a different thing than I can do a segue. Give you one why different finish a different story. Okay. Yeah. And that's how you make onion top nod..
"sagawa" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"A sponsor of the podcast. It's a website of an artist who displays and sells handcrafted baby dolls called reborn baby's okay. And it's got, okay. So. Hold on? Nope. Again. The last three just look to the last three. The ice, the fucking is it's too real that this. I don't like it because it's it's what's that thing with the robots close to human, but you can send something's off this very real, but something's often you know that something Geno don't say that's not scary because that things scary. But like I think that audio of someone being possessed by team care. We haven't contests here. We like, I think that that this being scary subjective because I'm not super scared by that MS. It. Oh, super. Scary dolls are a little creepy. This general. For some reason, it's like the skin tone. It's the is like, look at the skin tone. You know what I mean? They've replicated translucent. Yeah, it's translation. It reminds me of that episode of black mirror when. Split? Yes, she gets a boyfriend, but no, no known. It's like her boyfriend who dies remade version of. Yes, yes, Jaising. This is the name of the website. Baby reborn base. Yeah. Baby born into a baby, like my my isn't so much like looking at a picture of this is like, yeah, sure. It's scary. But like this is a real person who makes these real creepy ass mother fucking dolls that look exactly like babies. What the fuck is person do on a free time besides make baby art is, hey, welcome to the puck house. When you she probably a mother who loved her baby or you so baby. So she makes you so confident and trusting of this person who makes fake beautiful, artistic doll. I'm not scared, but I think she probably a lovely lady. Wow, I'm not scared Hokka. I don't want one, but I'm I'm getting you baby. All right now, the biggest one. It's huge. Scary, a giant lifelike. Baby is scary. That's scary. Another one I found was so it's kind of like one of those things that you have to experience in the right order to understand why it's creepy. But basically it's called ederim. Dark side of YouTube, and basically it's this guy who he's older dude, right? And he checks all the boxes of like an old guy on YouTube. It's like kind of being funny and it's like stupid and outta touch. But it's like trying to, you know, like an old person making videos trying to be relatable, but it's like an old person making videos, and so it's charming in in that sense, don't say me. You're not gonna wanna see me, it's it's harming in that sense, right. But then basically like his background, you look him up and he's got this horrible registered sexual sex offender. That's terrible background. And so then all of his videos like take on a whole different meeting on. Oh yeah, it's pretty fucked. Imagine being like a fan. Yeah, like exotic years. So good love you stuff. Yeah. And then you you find out that you've been put that that was literally the experiences, some people. They were like, oh, this guy made a reaction to the lips, and then you look back and you're like, oh God. And he liked that songs. Each chose. Like, but he's on. Yeah. He's jail. Well, he, he, I think at one point he was he was convicted. Yes. So he was convicted in nineteen eighty-seven. Got, he's got, it's creepy. Scrapie speaking of people, but it's it's. Be what you mentioned that taco you saw. Oh, yeah, that don't seriously. 'cause I know you guys are triangle, look it up. Don't watch. It is so disturbing to it's. I forget his name, but he's a cannibal and he's Chinese own assay, but I'll I'll look it up, but it's on fucking YouTube. He's, he's free and it's a documentary about him, talking about killing in cutting up, eating women and like how he felt and what he's it's so deeply disturbing. Yeah. Why? I don't know. I don't win a longtime ago. God hold on. But he's, he's not. Yeah, the the canyon about it's just the fact that someone did that and is now not in jail, say Saddam was his name. I don't know his name. Fucking hell. Sorry. Yeah, it's terrible. Say Sagawa's his name DAR es Japanese. Yeah. Like the serial killer thing. The people who like cannibalistic zero killers, people who don't literally, you're not capable of feeling remorse, stripping. It's disturbing because it's like a different species. It's not a human, right?.
"sagawa" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"He knows how much work he does for the team that goes on scene and unrecognised. But you know, again, just retiring her Herbie's argument and I think he's he's being a little bit provocative. There's no, there's nothing wrong with a race throwing up excitement every day. I think I don't think we should be putting. You know the, the slow, burn type races or stages on some kind of pedestal. And I think there's a kind of moral argument for quite long, boring stages and races that take a while to come to life. Why not? Why not have some excitement, some intrigue some drama every day. You know, thanks partly to the root, both the writers. I mean, don't get me wrong. I like a contrarian argument every now and again, but I think the fact that different an fails different to Jiro in the tool is refreshing. Particularly at the end of the season. You know, you won't people to be switched on and paying attention and enjoying the rice rather than kind of thinking, well come, let wind up the season and let's all you know we've had enough. We've had enough sun. I think paradoxically the well to benefits from the fact that the stakes all that little bit lower. You know, the two of the front is some ten. Tie. No one wants to concede an inch. And if somebody gets into sixth place, they're not going to try to to do something to move up to third and risk slipping down two tenths of fifteenth. Whereas in the well to there is a bit more of that sense of freedom. Valverde will obviously be disappointed not to be on the podium, but you know, he was trying to win the rice, not just settle for second or third. And and I think we saw that from a lot varieties. Miguel, anger Lopez, Steven Krause, like, you know their fortunes when in different directions in different phase of the rice. And I think as because eighties in the bay an absolute end, all of the season, your career and your salary is not going to necessarily be made or broken by slipping a few places gaining a few places. And I think that encouraged aggressive racing as as much as terrain and what was really interesting. The goat track finishes were spectacular. The state win for SCA Rodriguez to Lacombe Perot and for Michael woods on those crazy finishes to the highlights of the rice about the damage down overrule was not devastating. No-one. No-one really was put totally out of the picture by those stages. And in fact, it was on the the more kind of Moto finish on the first aid and door where Simon Yates turn a screw it. It was an and that was an absolute humdinger as well. We really, we really saw because perhaps I thought this is an opportunity to make some to make some some guidance we, we saw some really open racing and yeah, an awful lot to enjoy. I think to to really good stages yet to form the climax to the race and who'd have thought the star that that those three writers would be on the podium and the Ritchie port of Inchon Nibley who the two writers who were perhaps most people's favorite of the star with would finish, but we would. Really barely see them. We so Ritchie poor once or twice Vincenza nearly how to go on occasions, but they were far from their best. Credit to the both for finishing both are going onto the world championships. That was the reason for pizza Sagawa's well get not anywhere near his best, but he finished the race, but very surprising to three weeks. And for those three writers to be a bit part players really in the drama and an on on the podium. We have superman Lopez en masse and Siamese, I mean mass, the big surprise. And it's interesting to wonder how that will play with quickstep who have developed a team to target other races. Note gopher you. I thought this was their whole the whole strategy at quick that was to concentrate Resor ses away from the the all consuming drive to to challenge for a grand tour. And so the question for massive for quickstep is, will they build a team around him to support his his..
"sagawa" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Restaurant reviews for food real food not people food he does like to eat it's just anyway obviously and he's still with us roaming straight he's still out there and apparently he he can no longer find publishers for his writing and he's complained about struggling to find employment which is i mean yeah dude you can't go around eating people and then and then complain that it's hard to get a job come on another thing he in his interview with vice he was asked do you have a message for all the girls around the world reading this and here was his response sure i would like to invite any woman who wants to kill me to step forward beautiful women only that would be the ideal way for me to die maybe they can shoot me up with morphine so that i don't feel any pain although i guess the pain is part of the pleasure dying instantly is boring so i want to savor the process of being killed an alternative would be to drown in female saliva wouldn't it be wonderful to be covered all over with women spit if i could die drowning in it that would be my alternate dream come true i'm a cowardly man who killed another person yet i can't face killing myself so i guess dying at the hands of a woman would be my way to redemption he had this incredible answer to this question i just it's just hard to wrap your head around how you could be declared sane and yet dream of drowning in women's insane person person should be in jail you got institutionalizes guy i really can't wrap my head around how he's managed to maintain freedom anyway now sagawa was living on the outskirts of tokyo with a new name in an apartment that is provided by the japanese government he admits he still has a desire to eat human flesh but says that he would never act upon his cannibalistic urges because he has no desire to kill another human being and yet he still can't help but see a beautiful woman in wonder what she might taste like which is like some shit straight out of american psycho or something it just.
"sagawa" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"If you're a serial if you're tending on being a serial killer in your you have this unavoidable urge to eat humans you would own a butcher knife who doesn't own a butcher knife anyway paying had to bail go get a butcher knife and then he came back and proceeded to eat various parts of his victim's body for two days he saves some other parts in the fridge for later which perfectly reasonable then attempted to dump her body the remaining parts in a lake but witnesses saw him so he was arrested shortly thereafter by french police this was all in france when he was arrested he was carrying two suitcases which is pretty big red flag if she somebody carrying two suitcases it's like fuck you got in the suitcases bro you most people only need one everybody gets one suitcase anyway these suitcases contained the dismembered body parts of rene heartfelt and according to reports when he was arrested sagawa uttered the following to the french police who raided his home i killed her to eat her flesh so he's pretty forthright about this whole cannibalism thing scott what was born in japan to wealthy parents of course and he was born prematurely reportedly small enough to fit in the palm of his father's hands so very prematurely he first experienced cannibalistic desires in the first grade which is fucking terrifying after seeing a male classmates by which he thought was juicy psycho yeah in a two thousand eleven interview with vice which you should all be familiar with it's a fascinating interview if you google this dudes name and so i s s e.
"sagawa" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"A brisket and pork but like this is this is serious shit king of the party pack if you wanna be the grew master goto man outfitters dot com slash grow master i'll have to set up there's four five second prizes too with gift cards and meat and all sorts of stuff you gotta do for chance to win is put your email address and it super simple there's going to be five winters one grand prize four runner ups get all the details men dot com slash grill master all right all right serial killers you haven't heard of really this particular installment of this recurring segments should be called like killers who still intend to become serial killers that you haven't heard of this dudes name is issa sagawa also newness paying which is much easier to say on jude eleven nineteen eightyone name rene heart heartfelt to dinner at his apartment under the pretext of translating poetry for her school assignment turns out though pang's true intentions were much different he planned to kill her and eat her having selected her specifically for health and beauty characteristics that he believed he lacked claims he wanted to absorb for energy which is a pretty common theme among psychotic cannibal through killer types after this poor woman arrived she began reading poetry to desk with her back to paying he shot her in the back with a rifle and then he passed out from the shock of having shot her when he woke up and came to he violated her corpse but was unable to pierce your skin with his teeth so he left his apartment to purchase a butcher knife which it seems like.
"sagawa" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Steaming starting to steam up in air isn't it why is it doing that is it because we put the heating on now we turned it up a bit yes because you've turned off the akron so we're starting to st bump it's getting very steamy in the studio now for any kind of interesting reason believe me gabu station is the nation's worst the worst one in england glasgow's the worst one in the united kingdom gatwick is the worst in england and i don't know if you've ever been to gatwick airport but it is the kind of place where you think well if planet earth ever needs an enema this reportedly the point of entry because gatwick apple is a dump i mean really and truly is a dump it's horrible you have to solve the gauche eight your way through barry's they put barriers everywhere even though you got luggage she called get through because it's so paranoid you're gonna steal the trolleys it's grim and don't does southern trains through gatwick i think they do don't they misery that was forever one yesterday you see the story there was a two hour wait for the replacement rayo bus service and in the end southern ended up putting out a tweeting world really don't think anyone should travel to the south coast because of course the audacity of you and i expecting to actually be able to go and visit people on bank holiday unbelievable it's like malia mom and dad live out in saint albans and so sometimes on a bank holiday i make the crazy plan of thinking of getting on the train and going and seeing them because you know i get charged tooth and nail for using my car i get guilted into using my when i do use my car i made you feel guilty that i'm poisoning seals so i want to get on a train and of course you never can you never can on a bank holiday or so many weekends that's the thameslink service and i use the term loosely if you want to those people caught up in the stampede yesterday of gatwick airport to get onto the rail replacement bus service that was literally hellish i mean people were were saying it was dangerous at one point treatable for four double nine one thousand is the number to call sagawa capital has.
"sagawa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Well i think i think the thing the focus on here now so what we've talked about is the backdrop for the current scandal the current scandal is more specifically about what's happened since last week which is and that that's that less friday the national tax agency head he has saga quit now he had before becoming the tax agency chief sagawa had led the finance ministry division that submitted the documents to parliament and that was before he became chief last july now also on friday police were reportedly investigating a possible suicide in the death of a finance minister fischel who's regional office had also handled the land sale so what's not clear who ordered the documents to be altered now the real pressure right now is on finance minister tuttle also the question is was he to blame he said that it was a rogue ministry official who was essentially responsible but opposite lawmakers aren't really buying that story and according to some media polls the public doesn't really believe that story either so also job is essentially on the line he's resisted calls resign any said he's focusing instead on on finding out what's happ what what happened and on regaining the public's trust now kyoto news agency is now reporting that also might skip the g twenty finance leaders meeting in buenos itis next week that is a decision that also himself has said depends on the situation in parliament but you know if he doesn't go it would be quite a big deal especially given the g twenty finance leaders are expected to discuss the global economy and the potential for trade wars indies kenji stay with a semi broom buck in isabela stagger a how much trouble is is shinzo obey in or what might that a part of the finance minister also save his skin.
"sagawa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Oh you just said we were just talking about john skipper who just resigned as president of the company and you just kept saying repeating over and over again i feel off foreign i feel awful form and so i'm i'm in arms sorta sink in and my stuff and i'm listen to him i feel awful forum i and then the next thought i here i have a great friend who would be a great replacement as president of espn it it was the next thought and then the next thing that came after that is you think i could ever be as beyond present it right i mean maybe the vitamin had signed divide turned down the job like that's how it happened like where up there's an opening but but first it's like i feel so bad for but it it's like watching football on it's like watching football on sunday oh look i feel so bad for that guy his spine hurts there's a new gun running in the same place where the old with what you've got you've got a move on while still keeping that guy in your thoughts like ryan she's here went down and the steelers eventually wants thicket of the shock they moved on wall still feeling barely for in having him in his fought to get him vaughn right that that is where selfinterest resides out exactly where human compassion exists i do feel threatened or not but i'll tell you like john gibbons outrageous dummy is no but here's the thing though here's what i would say is the distinction i do believe that you think you feel terrible but i would say that that somewhat diluted when you're next thought is and who's going to be the next president like like that that i could see how you would arrive at a category of amine painted such an avid picture about what goes inside sagawa's head how it's just a factory of like 15 mini stu god's his and a conveyor belt with thoughts so he sees you actually feeling bad for john skipper and so he feels the need to also signal invoices are say you feel better that's exactly you feel feel bad so you feel bad say you feel bad but there's one voice what about also.
"sagawa" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The minor almost sagawa's detailed than what he dubbed yesterday more itcho he believes the sexual allegations against him were drummed up to attack his campaign never happened they never apple and obviously you don't years softly fia more says democrats in the mainstream media are trying to sink his campaign because of a week democratic candidate a democrat is eleven report very liberal they don't want to talk about his record they don't want to talk about his inexperience they want to defuse this just like they did you president trump suggested about bringing up the russian deal but some gop members like utah's senator mike lee have withdrawn their support of more in the wake of the allegations has been a tearful meeting at the mayo clinic in minnesota for a pair linked together by a face transplant lilley ross still needed the face of her late husband with meeting any his timely given me closure andy sanders put a rifle below his chin in late two thousand six and pulled the trigger he says this transplant is giving him new life you can stand in the elevator and not have thrived your face was here the atmosphere and other people lilley ross was worried before the meeting fearful of the certain reminders of her husband who took his own life but she saw a man whose life hedge change through her husband's gift since everything's happened his family said he wants to show the gift of a new face was not wasted we have an obligation now over uh uh as avenue everything in warning donohue president trump is in denying vietnam for a second day of meetings with asian economic leaders mr trump told attendees that the asia pacific rugby operation summit that he won't let the us be taken advantage of any more a wall street the dow down by 40 points more on these stories a town hall dot com the following is not an actor but.