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"tadashi" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast
"She's really twisted the time and she's dot com oliver so for my entire family all her klaly. It's just name. That's the name that state. When i went to the school in saudi. My name is oliver saying it was just basic. Yearbooks have it's quite it's quite something but then when when we moved we moved back to england. This thing does have inter- yeah you'd be surprised right but you know we we moved back from. Saudi moved into. Move back to your show. I you know it was made aware to us as maybe style using a real name now and then so you use my real name and then eventually just shortened down year after year until like three letters does so i went through school and you need to be known as dies and that was fine. I had no problems. But we're coming up with names clinic. Tadashi business naturally. Her nickname is dash. And yeah so that made sense again. We used to work in the same. Plenty okay yeah. She's a she's working another clinic at the time and it just came to a head where we felt that we just need to do our own thing and it just you know we. We have a great business relationship and it works really well. We're business on his first. Then we're friends seconds. Which i think works quite well for both of us to be honest. You must be nauseated. Pushy does exist. but she's there on our website. Material is quite cold all the time. So jacqueline hyde. You'll the colonel sanders of the brand. Somehow you listen to sons of enlighten them sangidoe's more than i do and lighted the test to that table tennis..
"tadashi" Discussed on The Wrestling Radio by Arnob Chakraborty
"Chesty it's common coming. It's coming but we want to see this match. Yes definitely watch this. He or she on the harshest match and this was advocating. Also and tom wilson jr ben duting a denver dynamite. Tadashi issued a challenge to the window. The night i'd be. Us heavyweight championship boat. Now turn she. is that time and place residence tortured. La call it. just google tickets on ticketmaster dot com and go to you. Thought it's only. I don't know we'd rich majesty. Do reach place. Always these japan and go to japan. What's in japan for grants. This is very interesting. yes. I really very rarely i. I love this major plan for essay. And this and jerry. Debbie rizzo grants next paper. We was coming and there are so many stars here as good brothers and just say chair wide and we see about that say also year hand as a match was everything interesting and mystery partner. John mosley was also here on new japan. Pro wrestling next match grants. This was averaging awesome. Okay so finally. That's that to ending on the tadesse. Parker steve. You'll love this podcast. Then please follow and listen on spotify. Google podcast apple podcast stitcher and many mall. Jails follow. just follow. And now i applauding and now sorry. It's available on youtube. And i'm gonna and right now. I just uploading because it would be coming very late. What don't worry. I will give such a good assurance that this is coming this each and every episode is coming. That's the main final thing and find out. It's coming okay. So by see on the next episode wrestling not sponsor right anchor. This is another sponsor. All host. Kind of my..
"tadashi" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"And hurt and get hero to really admit that what he's what he's feeling. Is this incredible sadness over losing his brother. And then they max it's like well he's like yes he's gone. But you just says very simply. Tadashi is here and then he starts showing all these videos of tadashi building. They max and and talking about his desire for this robot to help people and he'll people and it's just beautiful moment. Tadashi he really didn't deserve and the other moment to that we'd It's not on the list but just really quickly is at the very near.
"tadashi" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"I think what it would do is if you go through one portal. You exit another portal. But what happened was one of the portal's got shut down so when the so when calkins daughter went in the portal in one of the portal. Shut down the other. One ended up breaking since she was locked in this limbo state of like wherever so it's callahan's mission to either return her or get revenge on cray so that that's what his motive is so actually see. He has kind of valid motive In at the very end. I mean he's brought to jail but you can kind of understand where he's coming from and why he's acting the way he is and when when heroes when hero basically employs baymax to kill him. Which doesn't actually go through with but he employs mexico it and in that moment you actually kind of feel bad for for kalugin like he. He's just an older guy. He's just he just really misses his daughter. And it's the scene where it's like. It's like dang hero like are you. Why are you being so villainous right now yet. You know what i mean. So they like to play with the l. so like how his name is hero because he shows villainous tendencies a couple times. I don't think that he would be a villain. I think he's completely hero now. But i think that in the context of this movie was very fun to see someone named hero. Be kind of more like a villain Now this movie does give me incredible vibes and that. I wanna bring up here. So what made this movie. Work is something that i wanna talk about the time that we have remaining in the segment. This movie was a superhero movie creek. Granted big hero six or superheroes different abilities bubble blah cool however it's not solely about the superhero stuff. What made the incredible is great because they were superheroes fighting. No it was. Because of the po- the politics and the society that the superheroes were living in and it was the family dynamic of you know the mother and the father going through hardships and you know siblings hating each other and being rivals there being a baby in the family haven't taken the so the family the family Aspect you know those aspects of the film really made it something worth being relatable to and you know syndrome as well as a very good villain. I would say the syndrome is probably a better villain then kalugin however i do think kalugin is a good villain and i think i think cure six really plays on this not really about a super like not really about superheroes type of film. It really was about hero going through the loss of his brother and trying to cope with that and also seeing him finally moving on while while not forgetting his brother but almost like acting with his memory in mind and it was. It's a very beautiful idea that it that it goes off of I also want to touch upon. What i think a sequel would look like because i did mention that. I think tadashi could be alive with bay. Max's final words of the film being you know to. Tadashi is here and whether that means that he is alive and well could be. I mean it certainly could be. Tadashi is a smart kid. We are. We are to assume that he's dead. Because i wouldn't imagine that. Tadashi would be alive in not show himself to his family but he you know. I think there's potential there for for that kind of a plot in the sequel. Where maybe he's a villain..
"tadashi" Discussed on KGO 810
"I C. A Tesla markets and Maur, 21 passed on America in the morning business with CNBC's Jessica Edinger stops coming off a day in the green after some late session buying yesterday, investors shrugging off some new tensions with China. The Dow closed above 27,000 for the first time since early June. Gold is at a nine year high earnings after the bell last night, Tesla reported its fourth straight quarterly profit that made it eligible to join the S and P 500 index. It's a big deal. It's going to drive more people into the stock, although shares have already had a huge run up over the past month. Microsoft also reported quarterly results that beat expectations. Some compromising seems to be happening in Washington over that $600 a week unemployment federal bonus payment. It ends with this weekend's check for nearly 20 million out of work Americans. Democrats want to extend the 600 bucks Republicans would dramatically reduce it to just 100 extra dollars a week, certainly assigned that lawmakers believe that there could be unemployment crisis in this country. That they would need to keep those benefits expanded at some level CNBC's Kayla Tadashi in Washington, the NFL season. All of a sudden may not happen, and it's all because of money, they cannot come to a deal over Playerssalaries. All players are scheduled to report on July 28 players are demanding they get paid in full. CNBC's Scott Walker. Kevin O'Leary has an interesting take on Letting businesses fail. So there is talk about letting businesses fail in the pandemic. Got 20% of my portfolio was really hurting, and I actually don't want the government to prop up zombie companies anymore. Let the market be the market. A new America will emerge in 36 months. It's going to be more profitable. What we're about to do with this next round.
"tadashi" Discussed on KGO 810
"Democrats also support stimulus checks school funding of roughly the same amount of Republicans. And small business relief. But they also want a trillion dollars in aid for state and local governments and for unemployment benefits to continue at the level of generosity as enacted in the cares act. CNBC's Kayla Tadashi in Washington, Microsoft owned linked in is cutting nearly 1000 jobs in the pandemic. WalMart setting aside $400 million to pay bonuses to employees and it plans to close on Thanksgiving Day this year. What are investors looking at as the presidential election? In November looms, investors are making some plans for their stocks. The election now about 100 days away, many you're not worried about a Biden win just something else. First Risk is not winds. But just the outcome. Not being known on Election Day means the possibility with mail in voting could make Bush for score in 2000 look like child's play, And if you remember the U. S economy was slowing. In November of 2000 and we didn't know who was president for six weeks and ultimately and pushed us into a recession. Strategic research partner Dan Clifton on CNBC, and there's Jessica Edinger at 23 after the hour. Well. The airline industry has been hit hard due to the pandemic. Airlines in the U. S. And around the world continue to keep their head above water for United Airlines. Things are not looking up here's correspondent Jeff McKay with details. United says it burned through about $40 million a day in the past three months, but says that amount is slowing to about 25 million in the third quarter. Airlines are scrambling to adjust operations too hard to predict travel demands his covert 19 infection surge in order to cut costs. Chicago based United says that more than 6000 employees have opted for voluntary buyout packages. But furloughs may still be in the plan. United reported an adjusted net loss of $2.6 billion for the June quarter. Revenue, dropping 87% from a year ago. I'm Jeff McKay, 24 after finds for not wearing a mask exceed $1000 in these major U. S cities. In America in the morning continues after these messages. Liberty Mutual insurance Company presents.
"tadashi" Discussed on Ledlow & Parker
"We really appreciate it taking your time. Please stay safe. Please no problem Gotcha. Gotcha appreciates y'all be safe. I see you around when everything and Y'all y'all take care good good. We've been finishing all of these shows from our homes to yours with something. That's good something that made a smile or laugh this week One thing that brought a smile to my face a cameo as you may or may not know as a platform where fans can personalized videos or or send direct messages to some of their favorite athletes are entertainers for three days. They hosted an event called Cameo cares and several of the people that I admire including Loughrey. Tadashi Mandy Moore What we all got to do is choose a charity that we wanted to benefit in some capacity cove in nineteen relief. I chose Hungry and the goal for cameo was to raise a million dollars for those who need it most right now the case I think one of the things that makes these days so special is seeing how many thing regardless of their separate is looking for ways to give to others. Whether or not you know it's ever seen whether or not it's ever heard about exactly kristen whether or not it's ever seen or heard about it's doing good things and being kind just for sake of it and with all these You know videos going around. I came across a quote from an actor. Comedian Jim Carey that I admire and he's very smart and deliberate. He said imagine struggling with being homeless. And someone comes with a camera in your face to give you a meal and you have to take it. Imagine that feeling. Please stop doing that if you go helps one do it with kindness and not with your ego and I really just thought that that spoke to me in the way people are being kind these days I you know. I think it's really important to raise awareness and money and to do things like that. Do it for the right reasons and do it with respect. You know the respect the people I giving you know this. The importance I think of a platform is that there is an opportunity to challenge others to give but keep the people in mind. I people always the priority and we wanNA thank some of our people. Todd Gurley Chris Paul. Thank you so much for taking the time to join us on loan. Parker Candice. It's always to see and talk to you too. It's always amazing beyond set in that. You admitted that I was your favorite C. P. Three so I'm just I'm just GonNa say that okay I lot. That'll do it for this week but we will be. Back Scribe Emmy tell all your friends about ludlow and Parker..
"tadashi" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Of other and it's also not white at all, like it's very tight as well to do basically, which is why you saw somebody going up the inside again this year. But yeah, I wonder if the fact that Valkyrie he took a strong line on. I wonder if it was just a case for something new where he was going like he knew the once he had, like committed Tadashi part of the truck, he knew art. He was going. So it's like that whole thing of windows indecision, and drivers don't know what the wins doing. Sometimes you end up having a problem. Whereas if you gotta drive is doing, it's kinda makes maxes mind up for him almost. Yeah. But apart from that they were they were all clean at threat, the first slop, the only thing was Kimmy on. Stroll on the hairpin. They had a little bit of a top there. But yeah, they were pretty much all happy happy and they're not going through. Did you watch the boards for that opening lamp? Clip? Okay. Yeah. In the highlights they have. An on-board of signs is start, and it's yes. Hard easy. He I think he called it like. The best overtakes of his career, and it's it's a mate. He does this thing. Like he just looks like he's just keeping his foot to the floor and hopes that the cars that he keeps momentum. And that the cars, get out of the way, and they do. And it's just I don't know. It's kind of magical Lincoln in the show notes. Shock you calling. Sure, I mean, the, the next things I have is, is all Claire. Yes, I it's all Claritin, it seems to be all roscosmos. Well, let's kind of where the action was. Which is shame because there's not really all that much seating there. Although if you're up on the hill, I think if you're pretty good view of it. Yeah. At this little. I guess interestingly considering it's kind of where he'd been tire burnt or flat spotted his tire on his on his qualifying. But he had this tactic of taking every kind of a ridiculously tight line, through Russ costs like you have to educators is way under you know, he's, he's off position by ten places. He's trying to gobble up as many positions, econ early in the race any nobody would it like this was really cool to watch this. I feel like the first three laps of these rices tire strategy goes out the window people are fighting position, especially. Yeah. In this race for mon- for VeriFone cars to be this close are just type packed together for the first couple of lapses coming unique. And I f one at least they really really go for it..
"tadashi" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Team with how need them who was, I think the greatest stunt mail directed smoking ban it and also a Hooper and those those guys paired up for my favorite move all time, which is Cameron? Yeah, that that's a movie when we did not mention that earlier. We've got a lot of blow back on that one. Yeah. No, it's in. It's my single favorite all time I saw. I was like, probably the probably the first semi adult, you know, like like would have been PG thirteen now film that I saw twelve thirteen years old. And in fact, for mardi McGee tonight, and this is a component throat because of. Checked out when I said adult assorted to say a dull film, and I was like, anyway, there's a, there's an adult film featuring cannonball run, but that's a whole conversation. But yeah, so by total coincidence, Marty ni- are the open. We were going to shoot for premier show tonight involves a tricked out ambulance, and we kinda made that happen and when go roll into the parking lot here low bit, I'm excited because there's no better tribute for me to Burt Reynolds than to jump into a trick ambulance in burglary. Now that's that's something and you know bird. He did a movie, believe of last year. A friend of mine in Knoxville helped produce it. And I was telling telling me about being with bird. It was about an aging movie star. Yeah. Yeah, I saw is greater in the I just recently read his autobiography, which I think was actually. Written six or seven years ago founded at Barnes and noble order and bought it. And there were, I thought I knew everything about him and he's very, as movie stars with mustache tend to be he does brag a little bit about himself. I was not aware of how big the deal he had done a shore. Yeah, I call my dad would this now Tadashi Berea, he's that was a huge thing. And it was very obvious in the book he's very honest about his his his feelings for Donna shore, his feelings for Southfield. Yeah. I was in New York this morning on reading the gossip column, one of the New York papers and Sally field. I think her memoir is coming out. She just turned seventy one pretty hard to believe when you when I remember her on flying lying. Right? Yeah. But. He, I think she said that was one of the regrets for life sit. Yeah. I remember when when he was nominated for speaking of though phones when he was nominated for boogie nights, yeah, which was a think dealing Oscar. I think he was. Maybe it was known for deliverance but didn't win should have, but he was nominated and really believed he was gonna win for boogie nights writes about that in the book about how bitterly disappointed was, but Sally field was kind of had this renaissance coming as well, and she'd been in far scope and she's in Lincoln. And I, I remember there was a Barbara Walters special, like the always the Oscars and the interviewed. Burt Reynolds Sally field. It was very obvious separately how they still were like both of them, said blue. Like I, I wish I could go back and have that over again, but we all will always have smoking ban at wanted to. Yeah. It. It's a, it's it's one of those deaths and and you know, all affect people in different ways. And it seems like we're having a lot of them lately, but it certainly touched a lot of football in a football guy and loved his university and was an a really good athlete was it was grateful and co-owned think he was. He was a co owner in the Spurrier. The Tampa Bay deal. Right? I think so. Yeah. And USFL with John Bassett yet there. Yeah. Yeah..
Man arrested at New Mexico compound is son of imam with possible ties to '93 WTC bombing
"About what was going on inside a compound in New Mexico. Where Clayton county man was arrested in, a raid and. The mother the Jonesboro boy thought to be dead, talks about the ordeal our in depth coverage begins with WSB. Pete, combs, reports the man is, now accused of plotting school shootings thirty nine, year old Tadashi hush missing along with his three-year-old son Abdul Ghani for eight. Months turned, up at a desert compound in. Mexico Colorado state line towels county deputies raided that compound Friday and, found, one, Hodge. Another, man three women and eleven children Monday they found the body of a small boy thought to be Wajda's son Abdul Ghani now prosecutors say in court documents while hush was. Training, those children to use guns with the intent of sending them to commit school. Shootings officials want one hush held without bail meantime the attorney for the mother of that missing boy tells channel. Two action news his client was already struggling with The likelihood her son. Is dead, she's completely shocked and trying to. Come to terms with this information the information court documents claiming her, estranged, husband, was. Teaching, kids how to use assault rifles for future shootings the last hour she's still trying to regain her composure she's she's having a hard time right now at authorities are still. Trying, to identify the body of the small child found at the
"tadashi" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"Who's that who you talk to it is for can shopping watch hoppy working shop working to stop shop industrials in immigrant this fixing this commercial unit hvac on the head hvac them saying project nominee to get on my momma turn into exotic yeah yeah you know you know i'm just doing the right thing family to do good night for you and blue you know who's fucking key oh shit the pitcher no feature tadashi going on tour okay as i say is that ocean movie future in like so my future and iggy pop we're going on tour pop iggy pop i'll be wild eyed ticket for that the be fucking shit show lizzie that don't you wanna hear virginal lust for life with future the future is johnny and food enough food for life fencing new news less to life for life is a great song because it's about heroin addiction and they use it for like royal caribbean cruises this year this is about dope me realize like like my sister loves the movie brown sugar you're saying obviously like the soundtrack had dangelo on or whatever i believe so i could be wrong and it was able whatever it was about hip hop it's yeah it was about but brown sugar is about heroin not those we heroin no because he's chocolate high in it like mixing like like i'll do the dope and then i'll smoke the entire but like yeah brunton russia tan in lust for life he'd literally says at one point he says hey man where you get that lotion i've been hurting okay papas original michael anti talk about fucking cool julio exact talking about churkin's unreleased trackers coal julio julio hanke we gotta do song julio base is like every each verse conan for the ten this is my twenty fifth call pickoff up shit find you i'm gonna five picks oh hey hey hey got worried you you around you up i didn't think good good it's the worst thing to here on the other end the line is like nam dry pompom when you're tearing your your connect me like he's dry that's like you your girl yeah thought you was having a baby and the stick comes up is not a baby just in the bathroom akagi time talk you devastated dogging focused on the side sure hit the uterus like baking soda while said i don't i don't stress about having like china have a kid like on purpose you can't do it that's gotta be watched it i've never that's the polar opposite of you never encountered that sorrow mira world this is a mural somewhere like david again take temperatures this shit like degrees okay we could do it now okay gotta be the worst bro.
"tadashi" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"I'm a game journalist which going getting is the real deal you're going to get you're gonna get from me what i think is the quintessential review all right because on the game and because i'm gay journalists on the kind of guy that is going to give you the straight scoop i'm gonna give you the truth because i see right through the the horse bucky the horse dung the cup who i see right through all of that and i gave you the real because you know what people have been lying to me fill whole i have on a cat on a gay man gay journal now if you don't mind can i use a little bit of the shorthand doug short hands tuft understand i don't frankly either that or i don't make deadlines somebody who's literally the shorthand first movie that we went out and saw this past week was of course insurgent inserts move very instant move i'd say that the moves public gonna do real good i like it i like it a lot the robotics brought play by ryan potter lives in a city stanford san francisco whatever the hell it's called fan friends suck yo that's it and he lives near his older brother tadashi his closest companion is baymax these are robot and it sounds like the most messed up checked up f to pilot after plot you ever heard in your life and i wouldn't go across the street to watch a piece of garbage like this but i did and i was pleasantly surprised so i give it three gave up at only one gate thumb down on the duck dangar gay scale what does this what does that mean that you know what general you're late to the game.
"tadashi" Discussed on The Body of Knowledge
"You had me with with needs analysis and your sorta lose me bit with mental skills in personality chart garbage here so here we go andy is going has start on his sorry tadashi might have to call this stuff but made me in the show now this might be twominute show a lot of that stuff for me feels really will we feels really santa monica e feels really very california he yeah don't talk should about california i mean look i i i'm fortunate enough to have a couple of callers cal state fullerton that are some of the best sports psychologist in the world so i have moved a little bit on that needle yeah um apparently they kinda know what they're doing somewhat but the rest this stuff i'm the honest i've done some this personality testing before i felt like it was complete garbage an utter waste of time so sorry if i'm offending your jared but you're going to have to move me a little bit here on why this stuff is not just utter california to rich with not real problems garbage i think i'm up to the challenge and i think andy's nazari at all i am really not maybe maybe if you could start by giving you know those at home in honestly myself a little bit more permission and what do you mean when you say mental skills water personalities tougher maybe what's were the most common mistakes or misunderstandings with these things yeah so a little bit about me i have been in the shrink conditioning cross fits movement coaching world since two thousand eleven and over the past two and a half years i have been pursuing a masters in sports psychology through john f kennedy university and the mental skills coach is a title that is being thrown around by those that are pursuing their masters but not pursuing their it so for those that don't know.
"tadashi" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"That's that's what it's about. But she does have I've always she does have a pretty sort of retro style a little bit just like a hint of sort of like nineteen sixties on a new type. You know? I was gonna say madman. But yeah, your sounds way better than maybe. It's more fifties. But yeah, there's there's something sort of Adleman entered the sixties. That's true. There's something sort of understated nice about her hearse style. So it'll be interesting to see what she wears off is on her for. Sure her and then also Allison Janney. Yes. I love Allison Janney. You know, I think. She definitely proves that you can look sexy. And that word is amazing for, you know, many reasons, but I think she proves you can be sexy at any age, you know, when she went up on stage at the Globes in that very body. Con dress granted she had the bird, which I thought was hilarious. It was cool. And it really again, I think that was the best we've ever seen her. And then I know she wore a custom boo Mohapatra address to like the BAFTA recently. And again, it was very elongating and very flattering. But it didn't age her. And I think it's nice to see actresses of a certain age for lack of a better term, really embracing. Celebrate their form there and there's swung Janus for lack of a better word. Right. I mean in Hollywood, it can often seem like there's you know, I forget who said this. But you're either like babe, or you know, grandmother, I feel like Goldie Hawn said that and maybe in harsher language, but so it's nice to be like actually there are women in between, you know, like dowager Queen and like sexy. Young owns knew that are. Dowager Queen to be on. That's one of my five another another starts podcast. But yes, I agree. And I think you're going to see her definitely do that Meryl Streep. Of course, who always just you know is refined polished on the carpet. And you know, who I actually think we'll do it very well. But also kinda just bring like a fresh layer to it as Mary J who is also nominees this year. And I just I cannot wait to see what she wears. I remember she was wearing like an optic white like Tom Ford situation to one of the various nominees lunges or something to that effect. And again, it's cool. You're really seeing women champion their bodies champion themselves and push the envelope. So Torey, which is which is a lot of fun. I'm excited to see what Lesley Manville wears. Did you see phantom thread? I have not. Oh, it's fabulous. I know. Laurie Metcalf, Octavia Spencer. Okay. So supporting actresses, we have some exciting people to Verschoor Octavia Spencer has definitely been has collaborated with Tadashi Shoji who I know is not you know, a household name. But like what again their chemistry is similar to that of a Kate young Margot like it's very collaborative and Octavius not a sample size. And I just I always loved that. They're able to come up with something super creative super flattering that will eventually then trickle down in the source, which is awesome. But you just get that confidence from her on every carpet. She's having a good time. She looks good. And she feels good right? She always looks gorgeous. Totally I love Laurie Metcalf too. I do I do too. I I mean, I saw her on Broadway. I think she's amazing. Yeah. No, how about how about the fellas. Charlemagne? Can. I just say can I say like swoon. He's he's incredible. He's definitely become the red carpet, darling. On the on the boy side this season. He's worn a lot from Belutti Sal around..
"tadashi" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"And i had never heard of the kerr i mean that's how that's what i'm talking about i went into colgate pretty dumb and pretty average and then when i went down in new york nyu i had to struggle as an academic probation i did really well when i was there because i was focused ended up starting to learn how to study in think better than i did extremely well in my mba program but none of what i was doing really made any sense for me i was just going through the motions and i wasn't you know doing it for any other reason than it seemed like the right thing to do my parents were applauding may efforts i was getting the nimby a cpa society thought that was great my peers thought it was great i was a rockstar blablabla but i didn't really care about any that now in the book the way the cr talk all quite a bit about how when i started studying zan meditation basically upgrading the software my brain with my first master my first mentor grandmaster tadashi tanaka mora well that's when i started asked my own questions and to start to surface what i call my own setpoint that separately forced me to take a stand and make a stand when i finally went to officer kenneth school i got the interview that i'd been prompts i supposed to have an interview with the navy seal a leader an officer in order to get in well it it didn't happen i got the bill it but i still had to do the the interview so i went i did it off the kennedy school commander woody woodruff one a guys actually involved in starting the iron men in hawaii what an incredible stud he came and did an interview with me and in this interview after a staring contest where he literally looked through me for ten minutes straighten and talk about the sweat building up a my brown you know me breathing into snake announced shit you know the skies thousand miles stairs burn holding me is must be a lesson here in so i just calmly stared back in thought while the here's my first test as a seal budding seal off his.
"tadashi" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"That sounds like a good idea where we start all right well we're going to start with the biggest news of the week which is that we're amorous have been flying that this ban may be getting back into football that's right y'all the xfl is going back but not in the form it that we know it of it from the past me called something completely different is going to be formatted i believe differently than tadashi formed his own separate company to do this so it's not being done through wwe or with wwl money off is doing it personally alpha entertainment is complied with today were this week's gold above the five percent of his clear b a across a stark wasn't reckless i think once it was like a mix of class sank last week whatever was he sold sold five percent of that reaching two hundred fifty one hundred five million dollars from two hundred five hundred five million dollars home this will help him invest new professional football league that will be done by alpha entertainment envy him vkm ventures the ruc listen company is of course he named alpha entertainment and who champ because of course because um so that she would have laughed if he did v k vkm mafia or vk mafia moffitt oh you did know emmer to visit mcmahon decided to sell stock let it was at its highest let's be real the remarks but trending upward in the last six months to a point where it's up over thirty dollars share were for years if it was in the low twenty eight yeah eighteen to twenty two it's after longtime closed the dropped a little bit down to thirty something because of the sale stock but he has been took man is going back into football they have his company fell trademarks for the extra felt that we will be currently is person lifeinsurer mercy of extension fouled on trademarks for the extra fell that expire in january and that's where we stand football daybyday is becoming a reality we set here on friday mega f r i read the room on twitter i was like no no but then you it to the you've read one thing.
"tadashi" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
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"tadashi" Discussed on The Red Couch Podcast with Propaganda and Alma
"Is founded a a group called table turner's and is amazing dj in in the end the reality is this like if you've ever seen on me perform mcrae tashi tashi the cray tadashi kaby like any of these dues perform the do chances are the dude behind them actually spin in the track is a table turner and it was something that was inside of promotes our to release his gather these yang super dough djs who would love the lord and wanted to like you know really make a difference in the kingdom with their talents in dj of fortunately within like christie circles is such a new concept hersh what do we do it that guy remember our first few gigs when we were called the djs sake were group religious we were the djs so we were the promotes solve 20man 'cause they never saying you know like the concept of like in our and i oftentimes we out you know he was the first dj that i travelled with and they would say well we will come out for show we will come to a show and they would say stuff like hey will we get there hey can you think you think you're dj can like dj to walk in and spin for an hour and dj the transitions unlike the that's that's a whole other gig like you have to book him for that right edges the the like learning curve of get in the culture to get that how rude trying to make you do some work for free ever see he's a good boss he stood up he stood up for me so yeah yeah yeah saw an and i had to let him go home under the bus i sealed i got this woman mandrier this man go down no longer and i knew i do automatically that where where this guy's career was going i couldn't.