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"sakano" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

Papo no Auge!

07:11 min | 2 weeks ago

"sakano" Discussed on Papo no Auge!

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"sakano" Discussed on Burning Zozo

Burning Zozo

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"sakano" Discussed on Burning Zozo

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"sakano" Discussed on The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast

The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"sakano" Discussed on The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast

"GONNA be fascinating but it's going to last for six months. Yeah that's Man I'm we have People be there with us to know like the culture and has speak being We'll just go arrested and have them help. Get One thing. We'll like. Yeah that won't happen. I'll order that not going to happen. I did the same thing I was like. Okay good so I'll take was you're having or wherever the best thing. Is that you just for me every time as this was looking. Abby is are looking back at me just like I'm looking at it. Yeah I've A. It's so weird because our exotic light we have have rocky mountain oysters. Yeah and stuff like that and then you hear what they have over there. You know maybe rocking on wisdom is not so bad not not so bad at all. Okay first of all they will hear If they if you're gonNA show night I talk about being in special. Ed announced the brightest guy ever and we went. Tell me about that by the way. Ah You've come I think. Did you sit com happy. Like you used a comedy dangled Sakano overcome that part of Your Life and you've just excelled so much at it. Then it's not even a thing anymore. Hobby Improv and comedy has been a big part of my life was a little kid. I had trouble speaking out stuff. And UH my brother's at four little brothers. Just grab whatever I wanted to learn how to really speak until your big four or five years old and Throughout life I would just Improv. The office I got through school I would read the back of the book. You know where exactly And so I I never really did that did when I got to my senior year I start finding humor and doing shows doing comedy and school. They do that thing where you don't do well in school. You're not going to be able to do these program right. Yeah you enjoy and that was actually what pushed me to Fight to actually try and boy was gonna be in Special Ed. I got normal applied this year. Yeah normal classes like my freshman year in college. That's what I did. I liked the approach. You said that you like Improv. The book I kid you not. I don't think I ever read a book in High School. I read very little my entire life but I have. I read a lot but novels. Just not my thing so when I was given given the assignment same thing skim through it and I'll just like come up with a whole story about the book I remember reading Prior to high was holes uh-huh. That's the only book I remember reading and then through ice whole story. I told it to brighter as I was supposed to. Read the book to Karate Kid doing a book report. I wrote movie in the book. Report Forty Times eight is like. I don't really think you read the House. I I liked the movie you want. Uh I don't know what to say. The movie was better than the book. Yeah man that's a thing you can so right. The movie necessarily my Improv skills. A lot service can be in the movie gas so few bluff it and you say sorry. Kids are watching this and Ula. Our attorney take tips and writing down right now. This is how I you did how watching movies I had a movie. I would write a few things out of it. What their names were how they dressed stuff like that way? You're giving the tips on how to cheat. Sheet the bus. Yeah all right do it again. I'll tell you my tech the doors to after movie. Read the back of the book right. If there is a movie you watched a movie toilet break down. Everybody's names you right. The main points because of main points Dow chains in a book. Right you I don't get to detail don't you don't get too detailed Kazaks Wayne Day star realizing like this way that happened in the movie nodding a blog. Because I'll tell right now. Your teacher also watched the movie correct. Karang get too detailed. You just write the main points and who the characters are and what they're that gets you a beer. See or name what did you. How'd you get a lot of bees? beat out get into the relationships. Relationships are always same. Same in the movie and the book because we'll talk about the characters relationship because they're changed the relationship they don't change and people will get angry. If you changed a relationship and a book the to the movie of you get mad. Yeah yes you're writing your you're right. I heard that sonic is new. Sonic will be coming out. That you said I saw the old Taylor and the new and the comments on it are so okay so the thing is is that the sonic the hedgehog movie is coming out. They created this sauna character. That looks a hundred percent like nothing like the guy in the game right. Yeah and so people went. Nuts wasn't a natural version of sonic at one time but it wasn't the part of the gate 'cause they need like more for something. Yeah I think that's what I thought like. There was an older version. So my son that exploited Dag. You don't understand. The movie movie came out was about to come out and everybody went so crazy about the way sonic lung they re the whole part of Sonic. It took like two more a years yet ambusher back far yet like almost two years he said now the little do looks just like the video game. Yeah which I who the right my whenever come up with a movie it looks nothing like the movie that you talked they write about. Yeah why would you create an and care about me. They used a blonde haired lady yet. Though I mean I I mean fun. They come in Bonn icy her point. Like why Ukrainian est you. You did that on your ears. There's movie and fasters in billion dollar companies that are like they stay nailed. It people are so angry with the trail right away. They were angry about the teeth to no matter like it. You can't give that animal right either. You're doing it like I like people. People get angry about that so they released a new trailer. Looks very much like the video game and Silas. Either I'm going to see it and you're gonNA yeah I'm GonNa Watch. It is so funny because I told you I used to work with with kids for a long time and at first before you got arrested for work. I'm just kidding comedy show. I don't work with kids anymore. It's okay I know but you You realize I before I started working with kids You don't see knows i. I wasn't watching those types of movies and then like when I start working with kids on my movies are actually really fun. I mean I don't know if I know you. You have cancer I have to kiss. My son likes big mouth which which to be is not. It's not very key children right now. It's a very adult cartoon. You're yet but I don't I still love. I just can't get into watching the cartoon kind of show I don't like that I don't Wanna I wanNA see real people here it is. I got your understand. The jokes are so funny. You know a lot of the people on the show. Why washing because my son now? All of a sudden like a comedy efficient Ottawa fourteen. He's like he watches every clip on instagram. He's a youtube like maniac. If there's there's something on Youtube which there is everything on Youtube that fixes something tells you something. My son is watching five times. He's Oh yeah. I watched it on Youtube. Let me show you how to do it. Do you get it I I realize like one stuff you can. Yeah you go down the whole like all of a sudden you start watching in which is another one on. Take Tom this with Phillipi. Dude you start watching take talks and you're you're you don't stop your so hooked yet you're in it. Just it's unbelievable. Unbelievable Ghanaian right. You think that people are not gonna like go create all this stuff on take talk. Just because they're like I spending time in their lives to make these little quick clips but then they make great stuff and I can't stop watching it It used to be like a lot like vine provide do. 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"sakano" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Of turning a ground ball into a double play now field straightaway the one one is off the inside wall too wires pretty deep centerfield sakano by it's a hard decision to make because you got to hit her with power you don't wanna let a ball over your head for game over but a base it to center field and i don't think polar is going to have much of a chance to get ahmed with his speed two in one the pitch is in a dirty goes by vote to the backstop occur ball bounced And now the winning run is at third. and in a three one cow may bruce bochy will decide just to walk kelly put the force play on at home with the double play in order and that's what bill While pitch a huge play though. And so the intentional walk grow load them up for the leadoff hitter, gentler, Castro that curb ball hit the back tip. Of home plate. which made it impossible for vote in in to block it in any other way just getting extremely lucky So. He dropped down the form is the proper form. And then it hit the, the back tip of home plate. took a crazy hop so now the castro who by all those stat cast numbers is one of if not the fastest sprinter in baseball very fast so that's a factor j it's a double play is not going to be a real likely possibility have the infield ian bases-loaded extra innings one out first pitch and it almost hit him and the castro got out of the way for the first time all year lacasse stroz the specialist in getting hit by pitches if he gets hit the game's over i think he accidentally didn't get hit he wanted to get hit by that one he turned that elbow in and it just missed him it cut away the cutter wanted oh the pitch he lives over the leap of longoria games over on base hip bags he'll win three two tim la castro smoked a liner over the leaping attempt of emma longoria and there goes the giants chances of sweeping this series diamondback salvage game their first win in a while they celebrate on the field i hit and two walks wild pitch was big play an emmy game winning single by tim low castro does the giants in the final score here from arizona in ten innings just the second extra inning loss of the year for the giants three two two diamondbacks a frustrating loss for the giants you were hoping for their first three game series sweep of the year and just could not get it liebeck's in that with three runs on seven hits with no errors the giants to runs four hits and no errors the winning pitcher is angry mac andrew who pitched a scoreless tenth inning and he is now four and four and the losing pitcher Is Mark Melanson Manson's record is now three and two. The. only home run to the whole game was hit by kevin pillar of the giants in the seventy his tenth home run this year and that tied the game The. Janez is today was twenty five thousand and seventy one. our producer engineer has been walt.

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"sakano" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Grew Yonne at the plate. Nine home runs. Thirty eight runs batted in amongst the league leaders, here's the too high on a fastball that ninety one out of the crouch Santana to get it and runs the count full as the pitch count climbs here. Of course you would expect with ten strikeouts to be around ninety pitches. Where Josh myth is. Right now at eighty seven. Try to put away grew Yonne and keep it a one one game here. The fifth inning and the payoff pitch breaking ball low for all four and that load them up. Believe it or not. That's the first walk issued by Josh Smith today. How about that attend to want strikeout-to-walk ratio at this point? Well, I like the approach in that at bat by Josh Smith Jammie. He's been cruising. Right. Along today? I know you're facing the guy who's one of the hottest hitters and the I L but he's gotten them out of time today. You do have to be so and he was still careful wasn't like he was feeding him. Heavy diet a fastball event of the three to pitch. They go to a break. You Baldy kept it low enough. It was Tyson, but grown did a good job of laying up and it also goes to show the trust that he has his catcher Sakano to block a ball with two minutes scoring position like that. Yeah. Maybe also how much confidence he has the movement of app. Breaking ball. Visit to the mound for Santana after that, walk. And again, I think, at this point not the worst outcome facing the red hot grew, yo. And now he has to deal with Mitch walling who is struggling albeit, he's one for two today. Waltzing entering hitting to seven on the season. However, has picked it up as of late, as Jim reference, all tied at Iran basis loaded in the fifth inning. Smith throws. It's a bit low. Yikes. On the H this by a hair. That's ball, one on Walden walderings seven runs batted in a home run this season. Red Thome batting gloves, Blackstone bath from the left hand side of the one pitch. There's a strike same level. This time gets the call for the home plate empire. Mike Wiseman a ball and a strike on Walden pond. Socks took a one nothing lead in the first inning Lehigh valley tied it up in the second here in the fifth nine of that Iran basis loaded to gone in the one pitch just outside, and that is the same location that he did not get on ball one. I gotta tell you. I think the first two pitches were pretty identical now from up here from looking at the replay on Nessin plus now this last one looked to be a little bit more outside, but still pretty close back to the drawing board and the two one pitch swung on at foul tip back for strike, too. And I think it's important here because Smithfield says, though, we should have had two extra strikes on those pitches, not to get frazzled. Or dejected and it goes right into Walden for struck. Could be approaching the final batter. Nasmyth is over ninety pitches. Saleable to get Waldinger here to end the top of the fifth inning basis loaded to gone. It'd be a two here. It is. Breaking ball is low went to that. Same location. Outer edge down zone and now push come to shove here with the bases loaded in a three to count. And Bobby pointer is up at just started throwing in the bullpen so Smith's definitely nearing the end of the line here. Can't get out of trouble here at the top of the fifth inning. And now he wants to run through the signs again with Santana. Oh, this is indeed a pivotal point in the game basis loaded. Paisley and grew Yona board, China put away Mitch wall to retain a one game and the three to pitch. Breaking ball that a call third strike Walden knew it as he slams the helmet. And that is Cade number eleven a season high four, Josh Smith. Well, a good crisis gone the waste for the Philadelphia affiliate here the Lehigh valley. Iron pigs at Josh Smith. Keeps it a one one contests. They'll strand of loaded we go to the bottom of the fifth all tied at one from Pawtucket on the PawSox radio network. At bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one.

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"sakano" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"There. Just downtown sexy. I don't think I've ever been downtown factor me, neither, I don't think zinze ever been done. But they got a pretty cool downtown. Wylie. There's no downtown factory sexy is like the better end of garland is way. Look at it. The slums of Wiley. Okay. Well, the bad kids move. Yeah. But it's actually hasn't figured out, though that backyard at five is dated end. But they put the kids in activities in the back. So there's an area just for the parents. I mean, of course, the kids can come in. But all the kids migrate to the back. We're working on working on keeping those kids out. I mean it's. Kids today man, if they can open up the venue one, one of these little towns up at the colony could do it opened up a venue, where we can we can go to drop off the kids right in come back later and Gumbo. So the city is taking care of them, right until they're twenty one or so. Right. Yeah. Or at least till tomorrow. Yes. So the basically the incarcerated for you. That'd be. But Jin you bought your house, how long ago and sexy. Two thousand three thousand three sixteen years ago. That's all right. So you. You've probably got all you're going to get out of that home. There's actually I think they talked topped out. Yeah. Okay. Home. But then, and now it's, it's an affordable home. Somebody won't wants to go over there. Really? I mean think about how much further you have to drive north or east to defend a home. You know, less than three hundred thousand dollars quite a ways. Yeah. Probably certainly not out in Tarrant county. Tarrant county Justice, Jay Z, excuse me, Jay z, so illness. You know, those homes out there. Hearted fifty three fifty four hundred thousand. Yeah. Neutral, level points, north Fort Worth is like I said, it's often you think your property taxes, are how now what if your house is worth four thousand? Chunk of change for sure. So you're advocating her to sell her login. I you called Anna regarding earplugs in. We'll and play the tape on recall that the comment. But I, I remember. You'll hear later. All right. Okay. Well, all right. Thanks for calling in. Talkative jim. Bye. There. Another happy homeowner in sexy, Texas. I like selling about their property taxes. Say when they moved the facts about factory like live out out in the country and then the country caught up with him. Yeah. It's right there. I mean, George Bush drive right, right. Past fire will well once fire will mall got and, and George Bush was that old. So you had now you had access to the, the rest of the world as prior to that she had to go down to LBJ way south to crossover. And then if wanted to go, let's say to Frisco, yeah, I mean, that was that was a heck of a deal. But so when George Bush came in and gave them access. Well, a lot of the, the Argyle's and Justin's of this diff- w area or like this acsi of twenty years ago. And but it sounds like their rates coming, right? Yes. Absolutely. Yes. You're exactly right. The, you know, like I said, sexy back when Jin possible out there, sixteen years ago. That's how long she's been out there. Yeah. It's completely changed. And we were looking at two lane two lane roads out there. And we've talked about it infrastructures a little bit earlier. That's what that sought to town. Our side of town needs to get get a move on, because it look on, we've got so many houses coming in so many folks, moving in not just Tarrant county, but Dallas county as well. That the infrastructure needs something needs to be done. Well, you know, I was in flower mound not too long ago and they've got they've got a lot of interest for further. Yes. That they've really I mean, they're they've raised the bar, and they're in it. You know, these these landlocked communities like sexy or the colony or Capelle. You know I understand their situation. But when get way out there or gal. Royse city. Justin. Hasslet Justice Xs. Yes. Argo then excuse. You know, I mean. Make one point two here. So in these small towns, all of a sudden, this growth comes will the city management, and the people that are working there, there cow town folk. I mean, they do not used to this kind of stuff, they know exactly where to go now. And they make they have they have to go through a big transition to bring in much better resources in terms of management, so that they can implement these kind of bond programs enough things that are this. So I'm just on their side saying give a break because these guys are small towns to the. Executor employee employees. Now, they're taking on the four hundred houses, new homes, a year that started three fifty guess what? Well, okay. I see where you're going with that. But I disagree because I think twenty years ago, you could say that about Justin Texas or northern men Tara county or didn't county communities. I'm signed for the little man. Yeah, I know. But. You know, some of those little little communities have not done anything to help themselves. Greenville, Texas is one of those it's remained the same size even though it has a large employer. But the homes are coming out there, because that's where the land is more formidable. And roy. Same thing's happening in those northern tier county IRS, so or northeastern, so I don't I don't know that the good old boy, you know excuses. There you can't run with this for out. You know, like I said, twenty years ago, maybe mean they could see it coming. I guess I've been here for thirty five years in traffic, always been bumper to bumper to thirty-five to your point, though. Murphy, texas. I just did some business up in Murphy, Texas. And we'll tell you that they have risen that they're, they're, they're in the give they're playing good exception. They are really they've done a store you go from east. Plano to Murphy in then over to while, you know, while he is good too. Okay. While he's good. But there's a I mean like you're driving through there. I drove through it every day in. I mean Murphy they had it figured out. Well, they, they built a great city hall. They came in and I mean that was a a campus. Okay. Kind of like grand prayers and built a huge campus city hall. But, but this was countdown. Right. So now they're built this great city. And then they got a great high school and they raise the bar. I mean they don't have any forcible housing Murphy to say. I mean, there's sort of three hundred employees. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So you do win on that one. So often for the small guy. Well, I think, you know, about poor Sakano or walks ahead, t-, ROY city, cuddle, mills, remember years ago, and somebody told you, they lived in Melissa, then AllState or something you thought we're the hills. Man. That's I mean, now you go from Allen McKinney. You're there, you know, there's really no. You don't build there any desolate area before you get there. It's kind of like the early nineties driving. The south like I played at Alito played football there and probably the bumpiest road. We ever ovent wrote on was from thirty five down seventeen on farm road that time to lane in probably more on that road. Bill figure. And you drove you drove that direction today. And what are you lades pretty much roundabouts and everything that you need to get there? I think it's just a it's a problem that our local governments have in managing everything it's not just here in North Texas or Texas. I was reading something earlier this weekend regarding my home state of Mississippi. And a lot of the casinos are closing down will, I remember when they all came in twenty five years ago, the thought all this money's going to come in on the roads in the, the schools? There was a big thing. The schools are going to be improved. Education is going to go up, you know, so we can start expecting more out of our education system. They were happy it. 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G7 countries to simulate cross-border cyber attack next month: France

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

G7 countries to simulate cross-border cyber attack next month: France

"For the first time g seven countries plan to simulate cross-border cyber attacks on financial institutions with the aim of exposing weak spots. Jake Sakano reports at currency seven president France says the exercises will take place next month, the simulated cyber attack were roll out over three days and target twenty four financial institutions, according to Natalie oh fell from the Bank of France, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England have already tested their systems independently. But this is the first cross-border simulation among g seven nations. Officials hope the exercise will expose risks and weak spots at central banks market authorities and finance ministries. According to a recent study by the financial sector accounts for nineteen percent of cyber attacks making it the most common target. French finance minister Bruno said cyber threats are proof that g seven countries need more multilateral

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"sakano" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on Z104

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"sakano" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Inform yourself kind of be out of your little while. We'll take the reins for the next hour or so or three or four of your life Monday. The twenty second of April. I'm Doug Stephan along with Jennifer Hornby, Tori, Keelan hero, schilling his controls. All's well with the world because we're all here, we're supposed to be and Jennifer you'll get started with I guess there are two directions. We could certainly go in as we start this hour. Well, sad direction. Actually, not the way that many wanted. To celebrate Easter. There was a huge bomb blast ripped through churches luxury hotels in Sri Lanka. The death toll from those attacks rose dramatically to two hundred ninety that included dozens of foreigners police announced new arrest over the country's worst attack for more than a decade. They were more than five hundred people were injured in the Easter Sunday assault that saw suicide bombers hit three high end. Hotels that are popular with foreign tourists and three churches unleashing a lot of carnage in Colombo beyond in Sri Lanka to additional blast triggered a security forces carried out raids searching for the suspects. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. But police said this morning that twenty four people had been arrested so far too huge amount. And so this is not the way obviously, anybody wants to see the Easter holiday celebrated their I guess a lot of Sri Lanka's are asking how this could have even happened and there had been some warnings about possible attacks. But the fact that this was allowed to happen in three different locations as police look for the suspects. It's still pretty unbelievable. So they're looking into the reasons for this. There was a radical Muslim group that was linked to some vandalism of Buddha statues in the area. They plan to hit prominent churches, and that was one of the threats that they're looking at. Into right now. So investigation still underway. But that was it probably the biggest story, I think of the weekend and just unfortunate that we're in this place where we just there's still just no respect to people's religious freedoms. We hear these stories all the time. Sometimes it's it's Islam who are attack. Sometimes it's Christianity that is taxed, but nobody can seem to figure out how we can respect each other's religion. That's just it's unfortunate on the whole lot of a lot of Christians that live in this area in comparison to them Buddhists. And that's right. I mean, it's like seven percent Christian and ten percent Muslim the Muslim. And there is very small to moderate lot of Hindus. Just another example of the ridiculous, focus on my religions better than yours. And if you don't like, my religion, I'm gonna blow you up kill you. These extremists in all religions have them. It's not just the Muslims. It's they're they're the because that's not it's not true to my knowledge that there are extremist in the Buddhist faith. I think there have been shown to have in Pakistan. And India some extremists that are induced, but the business about just being so extreme and the number of people that are involved in this thing the number of people dead injured. The explosion supposedly kill the perpetrator. Then you find more people all over the place. They at first said it was domestic a militant groups that did this. And now there seems to be some foreign link to it. It's hard to know at the moment when you look around and and and put the pieces together for this. And there's much you can say about it other than what Jennifer just said. And then the idiocy of people who believe that their religion is. I remember being taught when I went to catechism, and I wasn't even Catholic the stance of the church, according to the catechism, I had a girlfriend that was Catholic. That's why I went. Sakano girl. She was in the cataclysm cataclysm. That's probably a slip of the tongue. That's what appropriate. Yeah. This having been taught that my religion or religion. This religion is the one true religion his such nonsense. And that's what people all worked up. They all think there's is better than the others. It's like my mother's better than your mother, my father stronger than Europe father, or whatever this silly things are that seem to be much more in focus these days than they used to be. And I look at my yesterday. Mas. And I went to the playground to play for couple of hours and all the kids were getting along. They were playing with each other. And they didn't know from. Nothing's a little boy named William came running up two miles into know him and said, can you be my friend and said, yeah. And so they went into been around played I posted a picture put it at Facebook page for DJ via put it on my own page. Just the two of us sitting there in a little box playing and then he would run around and grab whatever little kid. He could see in the parents were talking lady said, oh, he's so adorable. Young child who's have been washed with lots of ideas that are hopefully progressive and good and loving, and we all can do that. And then I'm not saying, oh, Doug and his family, so wonderful, but you expose kids to lots of different things. And that's how they grow up they grow. They go up. Exactly as to how they are exposed whatever they're exposed to. That's what they're going to carry with them if they're filled with love and hope and fun are they I mean, he's a four and a half your kid. So his every once in a while. But if you don't pay too much attention to it. Let them go off on his own. And figure it out then he comes back. And but I just I see that and see the beauty of it and the wonder of these kids playing together and having a wonderful Easter. And then I look at this and think what kind of people are we breeding because we're it's the history of the world history of the humanity that three hundred thousand years, however, long, the this particular species has been walking the planet has been nothing, but war, and and horror as it comes to, you know, a mimic the causes. Why can't we just get along? What is the why is it? Yeah. That's one of the questions in its appropriate question for Easter because it's the high holy days for the Christian faith, so concerned all of them. And then yesterday, I saw something in the LA times. Jennifer, some story about the going through all of the various six in the Protestant. Church and the Catholic church, and even the splinter groups within the Catholic church as to what really happened to Jesus. And was there was a very interesting story that I saw and I never seen it before about Judas and the way he talked to Jesus I mean, how do you know, who knows how they really communicate microphones around? There's a lot of the tradition that's passed down in the bible of what was said. But we all know that's flawed because we all know what happens at the site of an accident. You get ten people at the site of an accident. You get ten different stories. And so the bible is filled with all of these various interpretations of things that happened. The best example is Matthew Mark, Luke and John. They all tell the same story with the Tel in different way. So anyway. Speaking of stories headline in the LA times. Yesterday Muller report exposes all the president's liars. I saw that. I thought this newspaper or is this a is this the twisted sort of one of these cultural things, and then I watched some of the Sunday morning programs, and I was became more incensed as I watched some of these flipping back and forth to the various channels. And I I happen to have had some time last Sunday. Where was I last week that I had the time on coming back in Florida? You're sitting Lauren Dallas. So I'm watching all this crap on television and thinking it's the same sort of stuff as we talk about with regard to Sri Lanka, and the and the the religious differences that people have the political differences are just the same just as extreme. And. Sometimes it becomes. Yes. Religion. Right. It is it is. I think you're right about that. And so wondering what what is to be gained by all of this? Is the truth out? What is the truth whose truth is that there was no bombshell in the Miller report that had already been reported? So all you're getting from it. And this is in two years of work millions of dollars taxpayer money. You've had some just all there was nothing new is just put into one report. These are all things that people have heard about and they've known about and we've talked about and the way it sounding. You've got Republicans Democrats just spitting enough just to have more to talk about until they can get to twenty twenty who's running the country. Yes. Here. I'm looking at all of this stuff. This person lied about that one the other person, it's not a crime, delight reporters. Even if that's what these people did. And so and and I'm certainly no apologist for Donald Trump under any circumstance all of these people that are around him. He seems to have not chosen some really great people to be his not spoke people, but people who are support staff and. Hi, I don't know. I find it. Do we need to talk about it? And because the fag. I'm looking at the trending stories. This morning is baseball story. This interesting in basketball story is interesting and then Muller jumps out. He's going to testify. We're going to get to the truth of this. Why I want to know what the truth is? But what more how much more Steffi you're gonna get? There are people who don't like Donald Trump. We get it. They despise him. Got it. We figured out. Okay. So get somebody to run against him better than he is and win the election. You're not gonna win the election this way, you are you going to do is piss people off. And I don't see why the Democrats don't understand that. I just don't understand it teach mint process that went before when Bill Clinton they got there. The Republicans got their heads handed to them when it got to the end of the game. And you see that headline that Ken Starr's now against impeachment. The funniest thing. I read all weekend apparently in this in this circumstance. He doesn't think impeachment is the right way to go. And I it's crazy. He basically is. Yeah. I mean. With that. But actually, I have a question. I don't know that he thought impeachment was the way to go last time around he wrote the report, but did he did he condone the impeachment? Do you remember because I was a little too young to remember that I gone. Force behind it so investigator, it would be like he was the Muller of all this. So I don't know. Yes. I don't know. If Muller would be the one I mean did does your support impeachment. I think if he did he would have probably explicitly wrote that his job. I don't think it was Muller's jobs actually recommend something. Right. He just did the report, and that's it. And that deal with Ken Starr. That's why I was wondering how he felt about impeachment because I don't I don't remember that it was that was a few believe some of the Democrats Muller was Pacific in he saying not enough to indict. But there's a lot of corruption. Totally with Ellen Dershowitz on this. If there was something with obstruction. He should have said it, and if there wasn't something with obstruction. He should have said it by leaving it open dangling. He's created what we saw Sunday what we saw over the weekend. All the junk. That's been. Is not being done was being irresponsible. I think because he didn't have enough. He wrote it that way to create some problems..

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"sakano" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Instance, resulting in death. The message is going to be very loud, very clear, and I think very precise. Assembly member Jim Patterson is behind this legislation. He's hoping for a quick approval from lawmakers, and if it happens in the first year, and the governor signs, it it goes into effect that January dominate mckendry Cam, gene. Use a two hundred fifty million dollar lawsuit is filed against Twitter by congressman Devon Nunez the suit alleging the site shadow banned him making his tweets invisible to all but diligent users over his complaints about a political strategist and two fake accounts. The case for basically making is is this was an orchestrated effort so people were targeting me. There were Nana Sakano that were developed these accounts aren't supposed to exist. Twitter says that they don't have accounts that do this, and we have to all of these people accountable because if we don't our first amendment rights are at stake here the valley Republican telling Fox News last night. This is the first of what he says, we'll be numerous legal challenges. He expects to file in the near future. President Trump's feud with the late Senator John McCain McCain's family continues with comments in weekend tweets. Bob kosten. Teeny has the latest nearly seven months after John McCain's death. President Trump continues to criticize the Zona Senator which in turn prompts his daughter Megan to respond with arrows at Mr. Trump after the latest volley in the feud via Twitter, the president in a photo op saying his first issue with McCain was his no vote on repealing ObamaCare. I think that's disgraceful. Plus there are other things. I was never a fan of John McCain, and I never will be the few dates back to Kennedy. Trump's to saying McCain was not a war hero because he was captured by the North Vietnamese. Bob Costantini, the White House special counsel, Robert Muller's report on his Russia probe remains a source of anticipation and consternation. Linda Kenyon has the latest Senator Jack Reed joins with members of congress who say the Muller report should be released to the public. That's the only way you're going to give I think confidence that there's been a thorough full investigation, and that the facts have led to appropriate legal conclusions. The Rhode Island democratic Senator also says President Trump could minimize the impact of the report. Testify under oath before director Mahler answer all the questions that have been raised and put those questions to rest, we hope releases income tax White House says it expects to review the special counsel's final report on the Russia investigation before it is submitted to congress. Linda Kenyon, Washington. On Wall Street, the Dow up forty six points eleven to three.

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"sakano" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"What do you do? And she kind of linked up with gooney manga who's this incredible like force of nature Indian producer owner, Sakano tamen and produce the lunchbox and has so many ties in India. And so I met with her and then when I met with her discover that gooney was actually really close friends with Stacy Scher who is one of the parents in one of the producers involved in this film, and it sort of just all came full circle. And that really, you know, goonies connection really helped us kinda hit the ground running in India and get all the local crew and connections that we needed there. And when you got to Indio trying to piece the other in my own head where the story already was. And then what unfolded when you were there. So the suits at oakwood have paid for and sent this pad machine to the community that you were going to but had the machine arrived. Was it already shaking their lives? Or was that all unfolding as you guys were there with the camera? It was all unfolding as we were there with the cameras which is. What you want? And when we needed for the film, and you know was a big effort to try and time that correctly. So that we could arrive with our crew and make sure that we were really capturing sort of the before and the after the progress of this machine the presence of this machine. And when we first arrived in India there were tons of crates filling this room, and they were not unblock st-. You know, the machine was just sitting there, and nobody really knew what was going on. There was just this thing this alien that had arrived in the village was sitting tucked away in a room. So when we went there, the first time, we were really trying to survey and get a glimpse into this world before this machine and really understand. What is the mentality in the thinking around menstruation in this area? And you know, it becomes very evident. If you see the film the first like four so minutes of the film. It's sort of focuses on that taboo, that's just this really negative four. And this really negative source of shame that these women have to deal with. So I guess another issue that might have come up as to other of you, speak the local language. No, we don't and Sam and I were in India, and we were with our Indian producer monogamy cocker who conducted the interviews for us and the rest of our crew was local. So you know, is really important kind of on our drives in the morning to the villages for me and Mandy to have conversations about what the day was gonna look like what subjects were going to be speaking to what we already knew about or subjects and Mandy would conduct the interviews. And I would sit next to her. And then she would sort of give us like a one sentence summary every ten minutes or so so by the time, you're done shooting and you come back to the states. You really don't have a clue what you have. So it was really in the process of transcribing and translating the footage many months later, and then just sitting and watching everything that you realize. Wow. This is what we've captured. And I think it was that moment when we watch the footage back that we really understood like what kind of film we were making. Yes. And I should also add that action India, which is. The organization that's in Delhi, which is the grassroots organization that partnered with us they were the go between between the village and us does that make sense. I don't know. Anyway, they help translate for us. And then there was a time when Mendonca was able to Skype with the students where so she could translate. So the students could be kept involved that way, and then the girls learn international students in Delhi, do speak some English. So it's. It's like one two three four maybe even five different organizations. Sure, everybody. Lied emails female. I guess another thing is like when did you have the time to do this year?.

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"sakano" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

Defensive Security Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

"That's tina. So what we decided teenage drivers our nation state level attacks on our cars will there nations they level tax on my car insurance. Absolutely. Question. So this is going to court they're suing. So it'll be interesting to watch. How this plays out? Yeah. It's it's really interesting that. This Spanish food companies suing Zirk based insurance company in Cook County in the US. So no, there wasn't any court shopping there at all no not. I'm not gonna see how they can argue whatever the term is for being the proper venue jurisdiction. Hundred million hundred million dollars. So. You know, we joke, but I think it'll be one to watch because it absolutely could impact how these policies play out. And like you mentioned the premiums. Yeah. You know, like even so so if. If the insurance company ends up losing here. I I would imagine, you know, all these all the cyber insurance companies are going to do some introspection say Oli cow. We're we're probably dramatically underpricing the risk here because we wrote those policies assuming certain exclusions and those are no longer true. So I certainly dramatically underpriced my appearance fee for this show. I know that much that's that's fair. So all right moving on to our next story. And this is a follow up from one. We talked about last week title here is firms find a one million dollars for seeing health data breach. Data Sakano now for the old people in the crowd is that is that with a Dr evil one million dollars one meal, Ian dollars. Yes. I'll do the little pinky ham thing. So so the, you know, the deal we talked about this at length last week. There's two organizations involved one is Singapore health services,.

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"sakano" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"We'll say that commercials run its course with the two guys. This. Good for minute here. I don't hate them to on your side. I think the guy that makes me laugh. What else? I don't think I've ever had a sonic anything. I I don't don't think think. I do know that they hire funny for guys to run their thing. There's one at that one mall. We never went to Twenty-eight. Yes. He would never never traveled. I am shocked. You guys like those two Gibraltar? I think it's because they purposely go over the top guy sitting shotgun. Top-five commercial all time. I don't mind him as much driving the guy driving. I really don't want. They don't switch places they driver. I don't think. So. The same same guy. They've been mixing it up. They of the two ladies on time. See that. Be terribly. I don't think the guy jock on though is top five commercial guy in history. We talk about the fuck in havoc. Mr. Great, mayhem a awesome. Yeah. Genius idea about. Phone. I just sit on the lap. And the guy dies basically flow is definitely. Flow is definitely you gotta go with the gecko from Geico. Sure, he showed up last night in the middle of a game and just leaning on a mug at one point. And then he tried to spicy to spicy. And he just walks off the screen. I was like the gyco gecko just made like a two minute. Like like, just in two minutes. Segue celebrity even talk about gyco, really. That's what the Butte like that commercial. Did is so good. But if you like if I was in charge, you brought that as a pitch to the table, no way, we're doing. Okay. I gonna get go gyco. But then the commercial place, and I'm like fucking go. They also gave him an accent. You give it a little. In order. What do you order it? I had a cheeseburger tot what the fuck just what will it just felt like your reorder? No, she gave me my older skates. Rollerblade up what they still still in the winter winter, they definitely do in the summer. Wow. He just said, gee, skated at up to you. No, she didn't she walked it out. Cutting back not my zone. Players wells that used to if you're not getting the burger covered with chili cheese and Fritos you're doing it wrong. What that's an option. That sounds Marshall. Never had. I've never had sonic. Always wanted to sloshes the slush is always. Yeah. It's some special recipe or so seven eleven seven eleven choice, Choice then you've then had you've him. had him. You've never wear to sonic have. I said I never went to that one. What do you got around tough for the rest of the day? Studying for final them. I'm a college student. So nice. I don't want to study at all what year are you don't have to. I'm a junior studying mechanical engineering mechanical engineering sounds like probably gonna fail. Got a study for that one. That one feels like you've got to study don't worry about it. By the way, I just saw stat. I think it's one point two trillion dollars worth of student the most in the history. So don't even worry about it. Yeah. You're adding to here's added to us at that. Let me let me see they have the stat on. I've got a third of it. I think it was one point two billion or trillions really. Trillion. Yeah. In student loan. Did they got everybody in this thing? Yeah. Overs paying we were just gonna pay China me. They got you got you. Everybody because they told you that you couldn't become anything unless you go and get loans from us. Yeah. There right. Because without? English degree. I don't think I'd be saying here. I thought about sending to pub- the work at Muncie. You guys know what it's like. I wanted you guys have a little work at this, sonic. On your fucking skate. Good luck on. Party. What you say you? I said I didn't I didn't take my loans party though. Pat, little judgmental there from the sonnet guy. I. That you and good luck on your test. If I was to say, what is mechanical engineering anyways? Basically anything that all mechanical or something that goes together? Anything like involving cars involving us then be lines and make cards could anything that anything that moves or any sort of Sakano thing that moves jittery nothing that deal with wires or electric. Good answer there..

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"sakano" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm Marco werman and you're with the world me metoo sparked a global conversation about sexual assault and harassment. That may have helped some women in the hotel industry. Chief goal. They'd been fighting for for a long time, getting their employers to do more to protect them from sexual assault. This made headlines a few years back when a hotel housekeeper accused Dominique. Strauss Kahn the former head of the IMF of sexual assault. That case was settled out of court, but the problem never went away. Here's the world's Alison. Etta. Imagine this. You're a woman working in an office and you're in the middle of a meeting. All of a sudden you're male co worker starts to undress. It's hard to imagine that happening, right. Well, if you're a hotel, housekeeper, chances are it has happened to you. You know, knock three times and I'm assuming, oh, no one's in the room. So I'm gonna put my key and I'm gonna into the room. So this particular time. You are not answer this room in this guest is standing there completely naked. That's latonya. She's a housekeeper at a large hotel in Chicago. She asked me not to use her last name or the name of the hotel where she works. She's worried about how speaking out might impact her job. She says that when this happened, she was more than just scared. Like is it made me feel, discuss the angry. So I just kinda like bagged up and just left. She reported it to tour manager, but she says nothing was done. So as one of those things, it happens so much in housekeeping where you're manages, kinda feel like it was just normal and they just say, okay, you don't go back to the room today, but she did have to go back. She brought another woman so she wouldn't have to be alone. And fortunately, that guest wasn't there, but he wasn't asked to leave. So in two thousand sixteen when members of her union unite here wanted to ask her. And her co worker some questions about sexual assault on the job. She knew this was her chance to make change happen unlike okay. And one of my coworkers was sitting next to me and she was like, you know, just gotta lose me. Like, you know, they come and talking about sexual harassment, and I'm like, this is our opportunity Sakano share things that we deal with every day latonya and other housekeepers in the union set out to survey more than five hundred women about their experiences on the job, nearly sixty percent of women. They talked with dealt with some form of assault by hotel guest that lead to action last year housekeepers in Chicago successfully lobbied for a device to keep them safe. It's called a panic button and it was part of a citywide campaign known as hands off pants on. So this is one solution. It, it send a message that I was in danger in room that's refer Hodge. She's the head of housekeeping at the Witte hotel. She shows me how the safety device works. Press the button and hotel security is on the way housekeeping. Poach emigrated here from the nineties from what was then Yugoslavia. She's always worked as a housekeeper. Her story is not uncommon according to a study done by the American immigration council. The top occupation for foreign born women here in the US is housekeeping with nearly nine hundred thousand women working in this sector for having the panic button has made her and her staff safer. I honestly think so. He's a great think it is great. The Chicago tells are required to give this device to housekeepers, but sexual Sultan hotel industry is a global issue. So what are some of these larger chains like Mariot doing to keep their workers safe? Say in Paris or Dubai. There's such heightened awareness around safety and security. So we're dialing up in this space, but I think it's important to remember there's no one magic answer that's Erika. Alexander. She's the chief lodging services officer from Mariot internet. National. She's talking about the new devices. They're rolling out in the US and Canada, but the company has no current plan to put panic buttons into the hands of their workers in other countries..

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"sakano" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"And then she asked tasha to watch her two young kids for the night, half joking, her daughter said, quote, I gonna kill pricey in yourself. Catherine said. No, of course. Not. Now now now now now now now now now now you just need to take the kids in, oh, that's the number of knows. Nine. Yes. So Catherine left her daughter's house at about eleven o'clock to go kill pricey. Now, guys, we're about to be heading into gold star territory. I don't. Where'd we talk about this for hand? We don't know of even is anymore because of the nature of of humanity, but just just know it's get kinda fun. You'll get your gold star shirts off and be ready to listen to this next little stretch content, warning content. Pricey was already in bed by the time. Catherine showed up at eleven thirty pm. Sakano thrim sat and watched Star Trek on TV for a bit, then began her preparations earlier that day. Katherine had swum by the thrift store bought a little piece of black, lingerie. As like thrift store on, think you should. Store, lingerie. Think about this swell even set the mood right there. They've been having fights. Yeah, right. So the thing that Catherine would use to to make up after a fight and said, she'd get real sexy. Yeah. So they go to sleep right prices office leap. She goes and she showers. She puts on the ninety. She comes out hits the boombox come Ston. Craig ING is only as she searched sauntering over the prices. Are you ready for guy? You won't give it shooting EA as nothing..

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"sakano" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on First Things First

"Sakano wants me to let you know that is bermuda grass oh i don't even know what that means the grass is bermuda grass thank you so much i was able to convince grass in florida golf courses right address obviously zone the gulf war come on thank you china grass jr they're all y'all hey let's speak in basketball let's face it the sixers were supposed to win this series they had momentum they had the moxie they had the big stars they had vegas but the celtics had consistency and quiet confidence and in the end they had more points when you get twenty five out of jason tatum twenty four at a jalen brown seventeen terry rozier you win games the celtics one games they beat the sixers won fourteen one twelve last night to advance to the eastern conference finals where they will face lebron james and the cavs here's tatum after the game incredible people you know after gordon got hurt and kyri and know smart down entice nobody expected us to the eastern conference finals so just continue to prove people wrong and you know have fun while we're doing it now gordon hayward no kyrie irving young guys not a ton of experience at all how are the celtics able to overcome everything they did to win this series jim is a really talented they got some talented players so we guessed they don't have the two most talented players but they have a talented roster they've caught lightning about with the young players twenty one year old jalen brown twenty year old jason tatum they didn't know if you tell the celtics eightman tell you them going to be a knockdown shooter really scored twenty points seven games in a row and the plo really jalen brown he's going to bell intermediate game he's going to vote a three point shot after being very one dimensional as a first year player they call lightning about they have a great system that the team is installed at their like it can be the next guy up and what i like about brad stevens what he does is when you fill in for another player they appropriate a certain number of shots that go with that position typically.

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"sakano" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on First Things First

"Sakano wants me to let you know that is bermuda grass oh i don't even know what that means the grass is bermuda grass thank you so much i was able to conduct grass in florida golf courses right address obviously on the gulf war come on thank you china grass jr they're all y'all hey let's speaking basketball let's face it the sixers were supposed to win this series they had momentum they had the moxie they had the big stars they had vegas but the celtics had consistency and quiet confidence and in the end they had more points when you get twenty five out of jason tatum twenty four at a jalen brown seventeen terry rozier you win games the celtics one games they beat the sixers won fourteen one twelve last night to advance to the eastern conference finals where they will face lebron james and the cavs here's tatum after the game incredible people you know after gordon got hurt in kyri and smart down entice i expected us to the eastern conference finals so just continue to prove people wrong and you know half on while we're doing it now gordon hayward no kyrie irving young guys not a ton of experience at all how are the celtics able to overcome everything they did to win this series don't then you didn't mention is a really talented got some talented players so we guess they don't have the two most talented players but they have a talented roster they've caught lightning about with their young players twenty one year old jalen brown twenty year old jason tatum they didn't know if you tell the celtics eightman tell you them going to be a knockdown shooter really scored twenty points seven games in a row and the plo really jalen brown he's going to bell intermediate game he's going to vote a three point shot after being very one dimensional as a first year player they call lightning abou they have a great system that the team is installed at their like it can be the next guy up.

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"sakano" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"sakano" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Washing any of the open i am a little bit not so much i don't allow my daughter olympia to watch too much tv so so whenever she's like naptime or something and i'm all my turn it on really fast on but when she comes down kinda tunnel so you started playing tennis is kid what was that like was that fun or did that become a chore that become a job it definitely was super super fund the beginning but as like a nine eight year old kid definitely sometimes wanna go out and play with other kids and do different things so then it became a little bit of a chore especially as a teenager was like more or less goal oriented oriented because you think you see these players you see these teenagers that are actually professional and it's like oh my god i wanna do that too and you realize that all the time that before that you want it to go out there and just be a kid into sakano play with everyone else you're you're really great perfomance moments that you spent that few extra little bit of time you know just working on your craft your kid you're playing some tennis did you ever stop and think i know i'm going to turn this into career and i can't even guess where this is going to take me was there ever moment like that where let's see we're tennis could go well my my dad he was always super super positive with both myself and my sister who you may or may not know.

tennis nine eight year