19 Burst results for "Talca"
"talca" Discussed on True Crime Garage
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Yuka Saso Wins US Women's Open on 3rd Playoff Hole
"Talk about the the women's open yuka sasso wins in the playoff. A lot has to do with her winning the playoffs. But also a lot asks do lexi thompson blowing. A five shot lead on the back nine so she wins a playoff three hole playoff over nasa yoga. I think talca hotel yeah These were the two best players in the back nine and they both eked out. One shot leads over the worst player on the back nine. Who is lexi thompson. I'll let's start with sasso first career. Lpga to a win. First major winner ever men or or women from the philippines I believe that she's going to jump into the world top ten. I think to number eight She's she was fortieth entering week. I think she's jumping into number eight now She can barely make a swing without people comparing her to rory mcilroy and The conflicted answer about that is that the rory comps are very real. I mean i was kinda screaming about it last winter during the twenty twenty. Uso women's open because we're swing is so darn identical. She literally has studied it on youtube. She watches a lot. He watches swing a lot and she wins her first major at nineteen rory when his first major at twenty one. The comps are not going away. She seems like a modern frighteningly. Good female golfer. And i'm excited to watch her future.
Wet Notes for 2-28-21
"This is wet notes on scuba shaq radio for sunday february twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one. Well i up today. I'm going to do an update on dry suit talq now ever since i've owned a dry suit i've been using those little pouches of talk to dust my wrist seals and neck seals. And that makes it easier to put on especially if it gets a little humid. Well we used to get these little pouches from magnet who then became gear aid when we could no longer get them from juried. We switched to getting them from diving unlimited international or dui. Recently we ran low on these talca pouches. Wanted to order some more. But do you. I stopped producing those talk pouches. I guess i'm guessing near some concern around. The safety of talk i noticed has been in news over recent years. So donna reached out to peak from dui and he suggested cornstarch to dust are seals. Make sure you do it every time now. That sounds a little strange to me. But it looks like people are using it in place of the talq. We'll give it a try. And i'll let you know how goes cornstarch. It's not just for cooking next up. Is things start opening up and we travel outside the country. We're going to need to get tested for in nineteen before we can come back well. Resorts are out there. And they're starting to accommodate their customers and making it easier to get tested. So for example. I just saw where enroll roett to resorts. The turquoise bay dive resort and the mayan princess beach dive resort are offering onsite cova testing on thursdays and fridays. And then what happens. Is you'll get electronic. Results are available in three hours. And then you'll have a hard copy the next day now you still have to pay for it in a costs about fifty bucks. Then i also check the cocoa view site down there and roett tan and it looks like they are also offering onsite testing but their prices coming in at eighty five dollars so it looks like if you're going to travel to row attend you'll find it easier to get tested for corona virus and get back home as long as you test negative but i think more and more of these dive operators out there are going to provide that cova testing or options for people so that you can go travel and then make it easier for you to get back home. Also last i think a couple of weeks ago. The president of the united states signed executive order. One three nine eight and with that executive order it mandated. That masks are to be worn on all public maritime vessels including ferries. What does that mean for dive boats. Well deana did. Some research and found out that this mandate includes commercial vessels used for dive charters and dive related activities. You'll need to be masked up upon boarding disembarking and the duration of travel. Obviously this can only apply to us. Operators i think this makes sense and i'm sure common sense will prevail given our unique circumstances when we go diving way back in the beginning of two thousand twenty i did a segment on dive travel insurance then in mid two thousand and twenty. I noticed the divers alert network. Dan their travel insurance was not available on their website is back now. However there was a short article on dive newswire that indicated that there are qualified cove in nineteen related cancellation and interruptions covered. There's a lot of detail on their website. You can read through. Essentially they cover prepaid travel arrangements. If you your host at your destination you traveling companion or family member test positive for covid. Nineteen there's also levels of coverage while traveling but you need to do your research. The good news however is that the dan travel insurance is back and it looks like they are helping to try and address the corona virus issues. It's always a good day when i go out to the mailbox and that the latest issue of the journal of diving history has arrived. That happened earlier this week. The cover of the first quarter two thousand twenty one magazine features to five women who made up the team of tech tight to mission six dash fifty. Which was america's first off female saturation team. The five women included peggy lucas. An hurley hotline renata lynch true elena schmidt and sylvia earle the journal of diving history. Formerly historical. diver magazine is the official magazine of the historical diving society. Usa and is part of your membership. I can't wait to dive into all the articles i saw. The other day that there's been a an oil spill off the coast of israel and lebanon and it's impacting over one hundred miles of coastline. Now what's a little disconcerting about this is that they don't know where this is coming from this washing up on the beaches. It's the seems like there's some sort of gag order on the release of information. I'm just not sure why there was. Also a thin whale washed up on the beach apparently with oil in its loans. They say this is undoing. Much of the progress made over the last thirty years. Let's hope they figure out where this is coming from or where it came from. And if they're able to minimize the impacts and finally here's some really big news in the scuba industry especially related to scuba tanks. Luxembourg is getting out of the aluminum tank business on february twenty third. Luxor held their fourth quarter and full year. Two thousand and twenty analysts call and that's where they announced their divestiture of their aluminum product lines now. The rationale according to their press release is that they wanted to focus on high performance magnesium alloys zirconium catalysts and high pressure composite cylinders. Guess to profit margin. Just wasn't there on the aluminum tanks. They plan on selling those two aluminum forming operations in the united states and one in the in the uk. But we don't know who they're going to sell it to just yet more to come on. This is it as it. Unfolds now luxembourg. They produced a lot of tanks. And there's a lot of them out there and we're going to see what that does to the supply chain as we move forward. Well that's it for wet notes for february twenty eighth two thousand and twenty one here on scuba shock radio
"talca" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"It was a great. Which what are your bandmates is laid up right now crash into. Ut from crash into side-by-side. what's that all about as john. Man you guys were hot dogging dogan. I wasn't there. You weren't even present. Now he definitely was john's always kind of been reckless with an atv. John's always been reckless for the atv. So he he was definitely hot dog and it was definitely a. Who's this now. John was he plays named john. Jeffreys guitar player. Oh so tell what happened. He was in the pursuit of game. He was running down a hertel literally. He went to cut one doughnut from dead stop and he rolled it and and he didn't have a seat. Watch this pogue was actually with him. And he was buckled in good news so he they poke said they're all three times johnson. They rolled once. We don't really know so. Nobody saw except for them. But there's a dispute about whether it was three roles or one role so okay he's at a standstill and he's like. Let's cut a cookie for no reason. He was on one of these like jacked up like it was a police razor. It's like this big jacked up kind of top heavy vehicles so and it's very powerful so he just gun and when he did it just completely flipped over and i don't think he he definitely didn't think it would do that cracked skull it did. It was pretty serious actually has fine. By the way he'll be he's gonna make a full recovery good very good. What's your what you guys connection lately. How did you get into hunting and fishing. Were you in one hundred fisher before music. Yeah way before so talk through that like the you like kind of like to hunt and fish kind of like music. Yeah i would. Music was so foreign to me. i always was. Yeah been i liked it. I loved you know music. He listened to music appearance. Listen to music as a kid but nobody would your parents. Listen to you know scattered. Hank williams junior. Alan jackson stuff led the typical stuff like that. You're throwing allen. Jackson was skinner than believes you. Say yeah that would that would probably they would. Have you know like some you know old rocco country and then they would have been listening to like the current stallworth talca. Yeah good job those guitar on the why question that make sense. You're conveying like a variety. Yeah rather than a style of. Yeah for sure because we have a lot of ratty. I think how old are you. I'm thirty five so yeah but play. Music was kind of born to me because nobody in my immediate immediate family really played musical instruments or anything like that Or wherever in a band but we always fished in hunt so if you would ask the my younger self out. I thought it would have been. What would you do when you grow up. I would probably how efficient hunt not play music. Grow kind of poor. what yeah. We weren't super-poor. But i would say you know middle class or lower middle class. I my mom cut hair. My dad worked at a prison guard so that not super lucrative jobs. How did you how did you dad handle. Being a prison guard was he. Did he get that kind of like anger was he now. Well he was cool. We're we're not saying that that's taxing job. Guys get yeah. They have to deal with a lot of crazy stuff. But we're we're from. That's like everybody family worked at the prison because there's like seven prisons outside of our area and so when you're from our area you either leave or you work for walmart or the prison system area so from palestine texas around round there. I'm actually from nature's which is about ten miles fifty miles outside of palestine which is just in east texas. You grow up to go to recruit. We grew up playing playing baseball when we were young. Since we're real proud four or five. Yeah so that's kind of how we kind of how we met and then way bass fishing was always real big for us when we were growing up and like our dads would take their vacations around like when we were on spring break and we would go to like fork every year camp. Yeah it's awesome. I wanna hear. I wanna hear you tell the audience about about your thoughts on eating bass says the senate you know people get our turkey about that and i don't you know if that's what you wanna do. I don't care. It doesn't bother me. But i always thrown back you know. Have you ever eaten a large. I don't. I'm sure i have when i was younger. But not recently or anything so you guys knew each other four or five in fisheries in your family's yeah did you guys have. Did you guys have boats and stuff back then. Relate fishermen. dad had an old champion. That like like rigged out as i never had a boat until i was older so we pond hopping unless i got to go with like your or likes to my dad's friends or something but yeah fishing and hunting. I mean that's how we grew up. That was just in our dna is just. It's like breathing jazz. He didn't eat those bass. But you guys grow up eating eating game and stuff. Family taylor ducks Yeah crop up stuff like that dove and then but your your parents split up and you're young yes. Yeah how'd that play out..
"talca" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"Uh-huh and then The next one. Maybe not in. This is recognizable reasonable for who they are is versus other kind of interesting this all parage son legacy thing kind of going on here. Kind of serendipitous. I guess yes no way But Ray Burton who is the father of bassist Clifford. Who is a member of METALLICA? died when the they have their Their bus accident academia I think has passed away last week at the age of ninety four So when I mean METALLICA. Everyone talked about Talca several times last year especially but They were. They were a close knit family. That particular combination of guys that when clift died in that wreck it l it Obviously that has an effect on on people but Even though so you know obviously they had to move on career wise and get a new bassist and and all that They always kept ray. Kind of part of the METALLICA family and Ray would be and ray was very active in keeping cliff's memory alive So he would be he would be at shows he was at The Sim shows San Francisco last year. In the second night Johnson there were a couple of rows away from him. We could see him from where we were sitting. So so. That's a it's really. It's just really cool to see this. You know And all the METALLICA members if you go on there some of them have their own personal. Social Media's obvious but on the official METALLICA instagram They made post kind of coming just from the metallic a family but then each of the guys has also posted several pictures of them with ray throughout the years so multiple posts song on instagram. Giving them each an opportunity to talk. Talk about Ray in what he meant to them so that was really cool. It's just I find to see this guy who looks like he's somebody's grandfather. That should be you know maybe at the park watching his grandkids and great grandkids. Run around and play. But now he's heavy metal rock concerts Having Fun with the rest of us fritos predate cool.
"talca" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac
"Join me today Ed. Hey if cult cast were Turkey. He'd be the dry white meat. Soup is here. I depends depends. What kind of meat? You're into yeah I like little white meat also with us. Every birdie needs that succulent juicy. Dark Meat Lewis Wallace is here. I can't wait to see what what part of the trip also at peak also with us. He's like that weird new dessert. Your aunt brings to dinner. It turns out you like it. David Pierre any back with us after many months Gobble Gobble the you David. I'm happy that I wasn't the giblets bag right boy. There's a joke in there somewhere. I'll take the crazy thank desert. There's a joke in there somewhere. I got to remember that for next year. The jobless bag okay. This is our Thanksgiving the episode cast and boy. What a show to we? Have for you guys this week. This is going to be all about the Colt of Mac. It's many things you might be thinking. What is the cult? AMAC landers going to tell us about that and we're GonNa talk about some of the best stories inside his new book. The Colt Mac. Two point zero and the cult of Mac one point out which came out. What like ten years ago leander? How long ago was yeah? I was about ten years ago. Yeah it was. It was yeah didn't perceive the website cult Amac or did it come out after It preceded it. Wow so it was. It was the beginning of the cult of mandated that idea you documenting the rabid fandom that exists in the apple ecosystem right and now we have version. Two point. Zero coming out outs. And it's GonNa be fun because we we're GonNa talk about a few stories here. First of all jobs Steve. Jobs the opera you knew about Steve Jobs the genes Steve Jobs. The man. We're gonNA tell you about the the musical Steve Jobs experience. You didn't know you needed to see also Kansas fest. The world's largest just gathering of nerds celebrating apple swapping old software hardware and copies of one of the best magazines. Nibble Nibble magazine. Zine which the personal favorite of mine I got a whole stack of them. Also the story of Alex Jason a teen who used his lawn mowing money to build one of the most rare rare and impressive apple collections. Quite a story there. And then we're GONNA wrap up with historian Dmitri Sheena I say that right David sounds right Talca Nelson anyway a man who built a career pipping out the iphones of the rich and famous. And then we'll probably have some other tangential story Ori Sprinkled in here of the craziness that happens within the cult of Mac. Don't you think I mean there's there's so many stories to tell hold on. I don't get to. He's got going to start telling you what I really dive in yet before we deal. Let me give a quick. Thanks to squarespace for supporting this episode..
"talca" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Patterns on a pleasure. And honor the pleasure is all yours also Ryan's here. Hey Ravi, ROY. Man. How you doing Ryan? Just keeping it real. Are you still say that? Keep it real real found out who Ryan was a little bit earlier today. We got a lot in store for you, by the way, take confession Tuesday. It is, we will be, we will be asking a question that came to mind because of a moment that my wife had this morning. Post about something that you didn't know about nature, until recently, my wife looked out the window this morning saw birds and then it all unraveled from there. And anyway. So it got us thinking that maybe you've I mean, I recently found out that novels were real blew my ever loving mind. So that is our question today. But we found something out about Ryan. I he despises change in twenty-six. You would think as a young millennial, yes, he would love James. Let's switch it up. Can we do that? You know, anytime you bring up any kind of change negative or positive does, by the way, if I came to Ryan today and said, you know what I'm thinking of, like adding twenty thousand dollars to your salary Ryan's. I take on that would be well away. So my paycheck amount changes. So I don't know why that is. Because I'm I'm the same way not that agree. Change resistant. Yeah. I like yeah, whereas I am like what can we change? Interesting, probably to detriment. You know what I mean? You can you can crave change too much, or you can resist change much much. You're right. But Ryan strikes me had he been alive. When Thomas Edison was a lot. He would have been the guy at city council. Now, wait one minute on behalf of the candle, they've been around for millennia. Let's wrong. What's wrong with the horses to over like le-? Let's hated for. That bastard. Anyway, I have my own old moments. But mine have been coming more physically less than mentally lately Stevie BOI. Getting his deep squad on. So, yeah, I tore it up at the gym us. I mean, reckless abandon what people saw I mean, there were, there was a crowd around me at one point clapping and last night, I was I had squatted down my phone just I plugged, it into a charter, and then I squatted down to check my phone before he went to bed, and as I was squatting down. I thought, oh man. Like that's weird little cramped in my back that I'm getting or whatever. But I stayed in and I was dedicated to what I was doing on my phone at that point. And then I stayed there for probably about thirty seconds. When I stood up that little tinge was trying to tell me. Hey dude change positions. Pronto. Dead. I know have this really weird like spasm in my back in the middle of the meat hawks in my back here. Listen. Oh, a strong back. But man, Donna, it's really can't be that strong. If it's no evidently hurting. Oh man. I did something. And now I have to I had ice at the whole drive in. I think my ice bag pop because I got an and had a massive wet Mark on the back of my shirt. This the second shirt, I'm wearing today. Gosh, I kind of similar moment. Yeah. You know that, that thing at the gym where you do your inner and outer size. Yes, the hip doctor in abductors. Yes. I do that almost every time I go to the gym. Really? I'm just trying to tone that area. Well yesterday I was feeling the after-effects. Sure, in an unusual location. Well, it's right near there. I think the thing I think there needs to be a modesty curtain around that. That was in our college gym. And I was like, why are why is this? See, I don't care about that because you're usually facing the wall. You're not facing people at least at my gym. You're not facing people. You're just facing into the wall. So nobody's looking at you opening your legs. That's not how it was set up at my college, and I thought, well, goodness gracious. That would be like the guys having, like a pelvic thrust, machine or something like that. This feels very suggestive guys very suggest that I will tell you that it does affect other muscles, in other than the inner outer side, mostly the inner portion if you know what I'm saying? I would think that, that makes sense though because I would like your growing. It's like right up in your groin in your hip flexor. Yeah. Yeah. So even I even more central over more. Right. And I'm like, what is that feeling I didn't realize it was so weak? Needed to be. Ryan. It worked out. Oh, is your body filled? You recently. I just noticed whenever I go, biking, my, the area down there where the seat is didn't use to hurt so bad. Worse. But now if I go on my bike rides around the lakes, I just look like a pirate with rickets you talking, the but area, you're talking the jewel, the whole everything. I think in the the I think, well, sure well, I think it's the more he area. The the Twitter the in between. I don't think it's that I think it's, it's everything. All right. Okay. They're discussing by. Yup. It's, it's a it's a it's a an exit. Okay. What? It's everything to. It's sure a little bit everything. Why haven't they mastered the bike seat, yet, or yes, yes, we all need to be a bicycle pants that have the padding in it just make them all like a bench, and we need the thing. The pointy part. Yeah, the more narrow park. Do we need that part? Can't it just be a fat? I. I I love talking. So cryptically everyone knows what we're talking about. I think you need that to prevent rubbing loving. Yeah. We used to call that caddy crack when I can't he'd when I have six or seven summer's, by the way. Thank you guys. Thank you guys. If there was a long day out there caddying, you know, walking a lot, then you would have to apply something just to relieve yourself of the rubbing. We'll goal bumped I forgot to get your shower to shower. Oh, no. I know it's in there. I don't know. 'cause Elizabeth Ries that, you know, not job was like, wait. Is there talk Talca kill you? Where's I'm okay with anything killing me, by the way, can I ask a question real quick? We running out of time here, we're going to be asking this today on twin cities live, Elizabeth Ries makes a breakfast every morning for her children. And it is comprised of eggs, toast. I think bacon maybe sausage and various fruits. Wow. And I said, yeah. Cool, we do cereal. Maybe toast, but that would be in lieu of cereal. She thinks she's normal. I think I'm normal. So we'll be asking that question today and a debate will ensue. She doesn't understand. She's she lives like she's a like she's a hotel chef or something like that. Yeah. 'cause you're just moving up. Let's go hit the bus. Yeah. Five hours are probably a little note doesn't matter. She would always do that, if she had to get up earlier than she would get up early enough to make of her love language is making food for people seeing. Yeah. That's, that's what it is. I'm like, you guys want sugar this morning and cool. Let's do that. Little pep in your step feed yourself the boxes right there. All right. Well, I think you just do you, man. Okay, whatever works for your family. I thought I just wanna say thank you right now. Just lifting out. Physically ellen. Right. I'm going to go all righty. Hey, you guys. I don't know if you know this, but it might not be the year two thousand nineteen we cannot, we cannot overstate this week. There might have been a mistake, a major clerical error. And if you're a conspiracy theorist you're really gonna wanna hear this. I thought this is bunk. And then I started reading I thought, well, dang. Is it, we'll dive into that until you what year, it might actually be on the Donna in the show on mytalk one zero seven one, everything entertainment. Second chance, romance, charming and very respectful and believe in being honest fun. And, you know, I thought you really great going on in life,.
"talca" Discussed on Nintendo Power Podcast
"On a haunting vision quest into Viking hell to fight for the soul of her dead lover. This is supposed to be very trippy game. When I understand. That's what I've heard the game has gone so much praise for its treatment of mental illness as and story telling and character driven device, so I'm really curious to experience it for the first time. And see what that is like in that storytelling because that's one of my favorite things about games is a great story in great while wearing characters specially female character. Elliot's she kick spot for sure I it's a really interesting game. And there's there's an element to it where something happens to the character. And. Without giving anything away. There's something to it. Something that's going on with this character that you know, is kind of hovering over your head throughout your journey. And you see at the end what what what that was all about. So it's a very well told story, and I liked the mix of action and puzzle. So it's it's it's my type of game for sure have no idea if you could even really compare these games. But when you talk about the kind of trippy serial nature of it kind of reminds me of eternal darkness on game. And then when you talk about the themes of the story, and I'm sure it's still different. But it makes me think of how much I responded to. How Celeste ended up being a story about Zaidi? So I just love that. You're getting a lot more experimentation in different types of of themes and stories in games now. Yeah, I really think especially the past couple years that's becoming more prevalent where there's always been that trope of saving the world or saving X person. And a lot of games Leer about saving yourself or sated century. Yeah. So I think that's that's interesting. There's a lot of stories to tell and it's not always just about making sure the planet doesn't blow up missed one of the best things about indie games is that I think because people, you know, a lot of these are passion projects or they don't have big AAA budgets. They can they can afford to be a little more experimental cool. So moving on another spring game. Well, this actually isn't a full game. But shovel Knight king of cards the deal. See? Which is you know, if you've been following on with shovel night for the past few years, they released a campaign for spectra night. And then they did one for playing night. Now, this is the final one with king night. And then also the shovel night's showdown deal, which is a whole kind of fighting game mode. That's being added to the game. And you know, we try to always slip in some way to mention shovel. Knight pretty much every episode because it's just one of my favorite games. And I've been looking forward to this for so long. So I can't wait to finally get a crack at it. And then the amoeba as well, I'm a big amoeba Horder. In fact, they're releasing them. Yeah. Playing nights spectra night and and night. Yeah. The three that have their own campaigns I- I- you've said so much about this game. What what more can I say besides it's fantastic. I you know, I played it when it came out on on weei. You how what is it four four five years ago? Now, it's a it's a great platformer highly. Recommended to those looking for a business Talca and a lot of challenge. Also, the music's incredible. It's in my frequent game playlist right now. I love the music. It gets me amped up for work. It is really good seventy have you had a chance to play much shovel night. I have not played what shovel Knight before. Because is this a starting point? I think it is. Because you mentioned that you'd played three most of the mega man games. And one of the one of the things you can really feel and playing shovel Knight is is a lot of that kind of classic mega man game play mixed with a lot of other things to even a little sticking with Capcom even a little duck tales with the pogo stick. But yeah, I think if you if you're a mega man fan..
"talca" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"The first ever not leave chats ever. It was not a great movie anyways. Go ahead. So travel was one of your heroes. Right. So I had gone this travel. Get read on I went to see like all the young high pliers that you know. I think Ray was also influenced by God denial Thunderbirds super Astro. They were like all on that show and afterwards Chabot stayed to watch Eddie wrestle. And so so I went over there to meet travel, and he was like kinda criticizing is this a Miami. No, this is in Doina Tijuana. Gotcha. And the wanna. And so so he was so Eddie was in the ring and who's kind of like critiquing him. And I was like are you related to that guy? And he was like, yeah, that's my brother. And so like when the match was over he introduced me to Eddy, immunity clicked real quick. Because almost everybody in the dressing room was mostly like Mexicans that just poke Spanish and Eddie was bilingual. I was bilingual. He lived in a border city. I lived in a border city. So it kind kinda just kind of clicked. And then when I went to white is he invited me to train in his backyard and starts at this point in time. You were like really a big bodybuilder type guy just trying to get into the business right at a time. When there wasn't a lot of those guys, especially in Mexico, where the body types for never kind of those big muscle guys. They're more. I always think of kind of the tiny co or El dandy at barrel chested guys are in shape. But they weren't looking like you. With the lattes the Avs and the chest. So for Eddie to see you. Did he take you seriously at first? Yeah. When so what had happened was coincidentally enough? I had actually quit my job. And I went with his own goal. Instead, you'll see we went on a tour like all these places like near the desert and one of them was to what it's WaWa, and I had forgotten that had he lived there. And I just went with his was went to wrestle. And they were like, yeah. Who's this big bodybuilder and the guy I'm training. Gory still alive going still alive. Yeah. Gory was still alive. Yeah. So so basically, he was like, yeah. You'd think he could do an angle and so that night they did some angle with me and it got super over. And they were like we want you to stay here. He met again because Eddie lived there in. So let me ask you a question just a quick side with the first time I ever met Ray. And this is a serious true story was maybe early nineteen ninety three. So that's fricken twenty five years ago with a guy called art bar the love machine, and that's. We could do a whole podcast just on the machine, but we were all staying in Talca the plaza Madrid in Mexico City and art was in the room. And I was I would just gotten there. And art was maybe looking for somebody to hang out with whatever was he knocks on the door, and he opens the door, and he's got this. He comes inside with a little kid and. Wow. He he pulls out some alcohol and some other party favors, and it's like. Abriel ios chewing tobacco. About. Hey, bro. You want to hang out? I'm like are here. You can't bring this kid. Your do. Get arrested. He's not a kid. He's eighteen years old. I'm like this guy. You gotta be kidding me. And it was Ramos stereo, maybe. And he said to me he goes, this is true. This is not a good member for this. He said I'm a big fan. Hopefully, we can work something I'm looking at him. And I'm a nobody. But. This guy. How much did you weigh them us probably one fifteen one? That's not kilos guys one hundred fifteen pounds. And in my mind almost asked him show me some ID case, but he's working in the business. So I met you in that timeframe in Mexico ninety three when did you meet Eddie Guerrero, I actually met? Well, I ran into Eddie back in Tijuana as well as a fan, I hadn't even started wrestling yet, and he would come over and do shows and Tijuana under the promotion of incoming mortar which was the biggest promotion at the time in Doina Mexico..
"talca" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Welcome back back back to the. See football podcast cast cast cast, but other what other news you have Cameron Jordan offensive in for the New Orleans Saints. He says that Big Ben is not one of the top five quarterbacks in his own generation. Do you agree or disagree? I so Brady you gotta put Brady Manny Brady manning. Rogers. Okay. Pre. Yeah. I would agree with that. That's for that. I think I've right away. And he says what again, but he's not a top five in his generation. Is there another quarterback the ahead of Big, Ben? And of course, I'm not saying they have to play the same amount of years as Ben, but like at least majority crossover like majority of biff Warner. What about I know? This guy doesn't have as much success. But Phil rivers, talent wise. I would agree. Yeah. I'm not. I don't know what he's successor. We look at Talca success you'd have to put up there too. Right. If it was success, but not top five no way, you know, how I would put. Well, Filbert was picked before Ben Raab. That's burger was heck life. You're looking on the same draft Iwo big bend. It was if he raise it was Twas it Twas the night before Christmas and all who around that, I'm Jewish. I don't know the story. Anyways, definitely debatable. But I can see it being on either side. But I would have put him outside my top five. See agree with Cam, Jordan. I do it is interesting. Disagree with any given bulletin board material, and I don't want to disagree with the man because he's frightening. Cameron, jordan. Yeah. Have you seen? He's a defensive end. So I have you seen him. Yeah. He's very interesting looking with that mustache that's supposed to mean. Look at him look at what he looks like lately because I saw I some being interviewed as locker. He. He is a he looks like a fun character. That's for sure. A lot different than when he first was drafted. I'll pull it up for you. But. He looks like he's been arrested picture. He's wearing like a jumpsuit of looks like. He's a interesting cat. That's for sure. He also jumped out of a swimming pool in landed on the side of the impressive that is one of the coolest viral videos. I've ever seen fantasy football commercial where ratio true jumps out of the buried sand. Like he'd powers out. I don't think I seen that. I remember that. It was insane. It's not real. But it was awesome. So Todd Gurley has not practiced at all this week hasn't ran the ram sign CJ Anderson. They released pharaoh Cooper who is a very good special teams player for them to make room for C, J Anderson. Do you think Todd Gurley will play and do you think he should play? He shouldn't and won't be because they already have their division champion and other so first round by. But if you see Janssen's talented, so why risk further injuring your best player play it safe weight. Well opposed. Season. Then let him argument against as you know. He gives them the best chance to win. And yes, they're playing the cardinals. But every game in the NFL can be difficult. There are really truly no easy games. Sometimes they're easy. This game is not worth putting him at red. If they lose than they lose their up eighty lose. Have you seen that offense play the last couple of weeks? But look at the team there. I know defense for the cardinals is good. Okay. So let me ask you offenses. This cardinals team can score on anybody. So I I give the favorite to the Rams the Rams played an eagles team a bad defensive eagles team. And couldn't score point couldn't score enough points. They look very bad for most of that game. I don't know, man. Like, I get what you're saying. It should be an easy win. I get it. But this offense has been struggling, and they don't have any confidence. Jared Goff looks horrible. Like, helix have Salih horrible lately, I know this because fantasy football purposes, but you know, in addition to watch she watching him just kind of getting his own way that play last week where he falls down. And then throws the ball to feet, and it lands and the votes. Like on man, go man anyways, Keenan Allen Melvin Gordon expected to play for the chargers, if they don't play do you think the ravens can snuggle in win. Sure. Sure. Sure. Sure. Sure. That's it. You got. All right..
"talca" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Yes. Yes. So now, we'll go ahead. Sorry when Steve Spurrier coach Florida he loved to just best with LSU. He he'd be like, you know, what I I don't think we're going to let you wear white when when we go. He's the visiting team has to approve the switch. Yeah. Like like, we're white jerseys in Baton Rouge. Fuller or yellow that's it just drew insane. Because that's what these were like. Yeah. So all right. So with with those final four, let's say Notre Dame does get in. Is it a Notre Dame? It's real, and they could maybe win this whole thing or similar to the number one Notre Dame or whatever it was number two when they lost Alabama by a billion points a few years ago. I think you're better than that team. Mostly because their defensive line is really good. Brought it feels right now with Clemson playing the way it has the last couple of weeks like like Alabama Clemson now, they probably not equal, but they seem to be separated from everybody else. Like, Clemson feels like the only team that could go toe-to-toe with Alabama. And I'm not sure if you get when they hit kill mode. I don't think Notre Dame or Michigan or LSU able to hang them. Yeah. We could talk Heisman if you want. But I'd rather talk about who the best fullback in college football is because we're doing a trophy form this year. Ben Mason, he's yeah. He's number one on my watch list right now. I've created watchlist as of this very second. So yeah, I like Mason. I like the guy from Texas A and M and obviously the dude from LSU that paints his face. Twelfth man thing. Yeah. Just like that's ideal in the hair. Good. I a in a mullet guy. Yeah. It's it's quite a battle going who else needs to be on that list right now. That's a good question. Who else has a fullback LSU plays fullback? They do their full Beckett. He's the guy with the with the face paint. Right. Listen Talca is he still on the team? Yes. We could put him on. Those are my top three right now. Mason has actually had a great season for. Yeah. All right. Well, Andy, thank you so much. Hopefully, we see you maybe grab a beer when we see a Saturday night. Thanks for coming on appreciate it. And hopefully the Tigers win. I don't know how they're going to do it. But they got to win go talkers. It's coach listen coach. Yo your knows more than people think she does. He that's why it took it took me twenty five minutes. But I finally got it out to you the coach compliment I needed. Thank you know, you guys know that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we he knows all you have to do is meet the guy to realize this guy is very smart. Yes. Yes. And he could kick your ass. Yeah. Every single time number one in the coach kick your ass power rankings. All right. Thank you. Andy preciado it. Thanks, man. You get that interview was brought to you by the dumb. I just hold Hank. I was about to read this ad in Hank said, do you guys have those? And I was like, yeah. I've gotten to Dom sweater. And Hank goes, that's so f- wording, comfy, right? Zoe said was that your comfy so fucking comfy? I didn't know if I was led to say that. But fuck that they are very very comfortable. There cashmere sweaters. When you put them on you feel like a bazillionaire. It is my first time owning a cashmere sweater. And I'm hooked. I gotta.
"talca" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"They don't get a slip and they don't have to pay the twenty percents. That means they also lose their health insurance in Israel, they can access health insurance only through them lawyers because they don't have access to public health given the current political climate in Israel. Is there any chance of getting this law removed? We know that the high court itself to. A situation in said that asylum-seekers all becoming poor and that making people poor because everyone to suffer. I would say that I think the government insists on this, no, because ten years of efforts in policies that aim to try and push these asylum-seekers out the vol- essentially failed their plan to deport asylum seekers to soak countries in Africa, through secret agreements fell through, and the rightful solution would be to examine asylum applications of people in Ferron ineffective way and to give protection to the people who deserve protection Audi, Drori labral ham of the Israeli migrants aid organization as of speaking to James cope? No. Still to come in this podcast. This is a big deal. This is a commitment by this group of people who started the charter school. And of course, the families who are attending to say, we can do this. We can do this together, the opening of a fully racially integrated school in Alabama. In northern Afghanistan. Taliban militants have objected, dozens of bus. Passengers are South Asia editor on, but often at it. Origin has been following the story. This is the seasonal eagle are the Muslim villages festival, you know, tens of thousands of people will go back to their homes in religious and cities to meet their families and these three buses their passengers were coming from the northern Talca province going to Kabul. And these buses were stopped on the highway on suspected Taliban militants and took them to a nearby village. This area was under the control of the Taliban militants and one of the passengers he spoke to our colleagues in the Kabul bureau. And he said they were trying to segregate if the find out whether there were any government employees on soldiers going on leave, and they were trying to take them and later on released most of the passengers. And what we understand is still about a dozen passengers are in the custody of Taliban. Now on Sunday, the president declared. A conditional three-month ceasefire and we will waiting to hear what the Taliban was going to say about that. Have we heard anything so for the Taliban have not reacted formerly, but there have been some reports suggesting that they may not take up this offer this time because they have the momentum. They have been targeting the of consecutive forces in a number of places. They almost took over the city of Ghazni of week ago and people were questioning, why should they give up the momentum? But then there's a lot of pressure from civil society and religious groups urging the Taliban to go for at least a limited ceasefire during the Muslim religious festival of either Lada I'm roster, not rodgen. I'll South Asia editor. Greece has reached the end of its final bailout program. Her three emergency loan worth more than seventy billion dollars that stops the country having to leave the euro currency according to the EU financially at least things are back to normal there. The basis has been laid for a sustainable recovery. It says. Here's the man in charge of the us economy and finances Pierre Muscovite see speaking in Brussels. I know that these past eight years of being an exceptionally tough period for the people because this story has not only been about the billions of euros lent to Greece to see through the crisis. It has also been about the millions of Greeks who have each lived through their own personal crisis. My message to them today is therefore simple. Europe will continue to.
"talca" Discussed on Business Daily
"They want to finish Mitchell that will take over my life. After your land? Think after my land. Fiat enough to stay in the village since the bribe police, whenever they come to those given bail, then they Glenn Talca game to finish us. So what happened to the man who attacked you? He has been arrested and taken to go, but what has given them bay. But the second time for the third time in given bail. No Justice in Uganda. Justice in Uganda because no, using delaying tactics for four years now since twenty fifteen four years investigating this matter was then. He's not undone his shirt, and he's showing me stitch marks in his shoulder on his neck on his chest and on his leg. So he was attacking you with a knife with. That's like a machete. They cut me with panga. They give them the bay the second time. Again, they bumped me in the with all my children. I make an alarm. It is other people who are still me from fire. Again, this ministry bail these people. Can somebody tries somebody's life two times and again, no, actually stacking up against that one. I soon banning mean the defile is before he attempted murder filed before there's no accident. So you don't have a home now? I don't have it home. I don't happen even single copper in a thing to sustain life there. Bunt hall my properties. You still have your fun. You has them now who has your property. The simple Okada gotten so they actually they've, they've successfully taken your land. Yet it is Mitra this, not land there, even given us divided to us by the clam did and they beat the Klan leader in the presence of police. The just any Monday beating win. The police was so this doesn't respect the low, and I don't know. What the government is really doing on them. Who is the man who attacked you. This call. So he's sergeant. He's a policeman police still working up to now not even demoted. He is he still off to you, are you afraid? I'm so this before always called me late in the night. I don't midnight. They want to finish my call me in the house where I'm sleepy, s I talk now I'm just from police. One of my child disappear. I don't know where is whether they are. I doubt the, I don't know. Three days that child, it's not that because these people are anti my life day on my and the court is taking action twenty fourteen up to now we just have left my home burnt properties. My luggage is up, but I'm just living in the corridor. They look take action. On this report. Other people's land being taken her energy. Because these people have very many bad record talking minute people, and some of them have grubbed their land. They're using. And the one going is the policemen got cut me. He's just laughing at me. Right? You just will pause one hundred. On. One in the red t-shirts. Just laughing me right now. Any I from here crying laughing at. Looking at us and he's a policeman. He's accused of murder, Vinton Vinton, Maria. marriage, and he's just walking free. Well, I can't obviously verify all the details of this story. Michael's case is apparently still awaiting a court date. I have confirmed though that country, even to local Ugandan law, the police officer accused of trying to kill him is not only still a free man. He still has a senior position on the local police force. The problem in Uganda of getting the law to work for you isn't then just about a lack of title. It's a piece of paper showing ship. It is also made worse by what looks like a failing court system Julieta Tangiers chief magistrate in the country. She told me about the wider problems affecting poor landowners there who she says, sometimes victim to random criminal, like his Asians, rivals are effectively free to grab someone's land who's been arrested. She says, even if they haven't been convicted of any crime. Many times you'll find that an individual is falsely accused lectureship shall women would be accused of simple cases soon after the best of their spouse..
"talca" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Sixty one sixty which feels like if you're if you're twenty pounds less than I was at my skinniest and your bats bats just getting into malnutrition, right, right. Well, you look grown. Stupid. Scraggly beard, scraggly beard. Yeah. Well, this is strange. How how old are you now? Twenty six twenty six a couple weeks ago. Okay. Yeah, I'm in. I'm in a new. I feel like I'm in a new part of my life. It's interesting. You know, I've watched all your specials and your last special. I just I can't believe it. Wait, wait for me to say it's so bad. So that, no, it's so good. I saw you working it out at Largo, and I watched it once and I was a little bit high and I turned it off and I was like, this is sort of thing you should watch with notes in spread so like the so it deserves to be honored. Oh, that's nice. Isn't that weird about how I feel? That's very nice. Yeah. I don't know if it's something to watch high because I think part of it is about the aim Sidey people feel in their high. No, I don't know. I don't know. Messing does open with. I don't think there's a good. I don't think there's a real open dialogue about pot. That's healthy. What do you mean entry? I think that people are going. So the other way with pot, just because you know, it's not alcohol and it's not as bad as alcohol. It's good for you. Not. I mean, I mean, it can be good for you. Yeah, it can be good for certain types of anxiety. It exacerbates other types of can create anxiety. Yeah, in people that don't have it, I went through a period of why do I feel anxious every day? Why do I have? Why is my heart beating? Why am I so so nervous? Maybe I should try cutting out that psychosomatic drug every single day. I mean, if it's something you take when you're bored something you take when you have nothing else to do when you're alone can be really bad, really bad of it. Something for young people for young people, taking this out of boredom. Can. Borough you in your own head. Reate can create anxiety be being more air with it today. Rugby Board to being bored is okay, and I don't know. There's such a, there's such a positive vibe around it, which it is positive relative alcohol, but it. But it's relative Talca hall, which is if you were drinking like you were smoking, you would be a full blown. Someone helped us alcohol. You know what I mean? Really. So just just be careful. Absolutely, right. We have really gone the other way and I don't know if you've ever listened this, but you're very much in line with my thinking. I have a real love hate with it. Yeah, I smelled some smoke some. I don't wanna talk. I smoked. I'm recently and the next day I was talking about, I just done this show. Right. And during the show, the people didn't give me the light and then instead. So I said, is it time for me to get up? They turn the lights off. Like a gag and this upset me. You know what I mean? So then I got home and he took a little too, just like one hit of of Abe I have and I completely saw sought for what it was. Nothing. It was absolutely a went from being kind of agro sensation associated with alcohol. Sometimes if I more into that sort of like, fuck it respect. You know what I mean? That's elk hall, and we'd made me be like, oh, cares. At all, but you're also talking to somebody that, like I think it's very, it can be danger. I'm just talking for me if I'm not if I'm smoking, it makes me relax to a point where I don't get out of bed to write something down. Yeah, yeah, totally. I kind of need that edge. It's unpleasant, but I'm always kind of playing with my my rational mind almost like a brick wall, and I wanted to be tight and nice. And when I think it's titan nice then I'm like, okay, I can smoke a little wheat because it's almost too tight and too. Yeah, yeah..
"talca" Discussed on Here & Now
"So when they go into depressed there in physical contact with other orcas in their community, one stays awake to kind of watch out. The thing that's amazing about Taleh is she's been carrying this calf. Now today's the eighth day that she's been carrying this calf, but it's not in one location. They're traveling the entire inland seas in between British Columbia, Washington state. So they've started at the strata, the strata want they've gone north Georgia straight to stop to Vancouver city. They've gone as far south is would be island, which is just north of Seattle. They've come back up through the San Juans. They've done this Luke three times so she's can carry this calf hundreds of miles and hundreds of hours at this point and her family is helping her. So we'll see her Taylor watched her. Do three breaches which. When they come completely out of the water and then splash and go back under its are three breaches, and he was no sign of the caffeinate that will maybe she'd finally let go. She popped back up a few minutes and she was carrying the calf. So sometimes she carries in mouth. Sometimes she carries it across rostrum. Sometimes it's on her back, but oftentimes somebody else in the community is carrying this for her. What do you make of the global response to this that so many people want to know what's going on with Tele orcas. There are charismatic mega-fauna. You cannot watch them and not feel a sense of off and joy in, you know, often often our motions, the depth of what you feel enjoy. You're going to also feel in grief if that makes sense. The the more joy experience more -bility. You have to understand grief. So I think what people are tapping into these Wales give so much joy when we watch them. That you're gonna feel that pain of grief, particularly if you've gone through grief in your own life, you understand that depth of pain. Although I I to, I'm trying to understand the depth of her pain. We watched in our communities, tribal communities, have pot latches that will go on for days to honor a member that's passed. We have Irish wakes last days we have, you know, open caskets and state situations where people come to pay tribute to significant community members that have passed in those ceremonies can go on for days. So we have some human traditions that if you think about those, we can kind of recognize that that I think it's the depth of the grief and what she's doing is honoring this castle that every member in this community makes the difference is important even after they die, is your group going to continue to monitor Tele for the duration of her vigil. Absolutely. We have another calf of concern. Scarlet who's Jay fifty is in a family group to Teluk was family group. So this is a calf that's severely Macy it. So we're also keeping an eye on her because there is a hope that if she gets enough food, she's gonna recover, but we're watching very closely their other researchers and monitors out on the water, but sound watches taken it on pretty much to be with Talca to try to provide that protection perimeter for her to have the space she needs for what she's doing, what she's going through. So yeah, we'll be out there. Jenny consent who is executive director of the whale museum in Friday harbor on San Juan island, we will link you to some photos and more information about this incredible story at here. Now dot org,.
"talca" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"I'd say that's going to be worth something someday it's already worth something do how many people do think in the world have an autographed first of all the playing card signed by veteran i have to i have to thank hard it's not a novelty playing card novel the magic gathering a novelty trading card well larry the gathering we need to come up with an entire trading playing card game based around larry the the the universe in in the legion hone receipt but that all being said i probably will miss lung the most because well i think it was a really hard night for larry and the lung and the long truck because you know if you look at an object it affects the objects and i think a lot of good vibes going into that lung truck which talca was coming out of a lot of metallica and aaron ice tea was coming out oh my god i oh guys lockhead the line was we were going in right we finally got an the line was nothing but stress once again vince a god bless them got there being physically threatened with gun violence three eightieths behind us a family no less this woman father of no balls and embarrassed sun and a real mom it's a it's a moments like this after statements like that but i'm glad that people know and tom stalking they still get you and i confused vince tell me how.
"talca" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Seven years of age childhood overweight at seven years of age was associated with increased risks of adult type two diabetes only if it continued until puberty or later ages outpatient talca administration by indeed welling pleural catheter for malignant a fusion by rehill button a gar from the university of bristol united kingdom this study examined whether talq administered through an indoor welling pleural catheter was more effective at inducing pleura desus then the use of an indoor well employer catheter alone after the insertion of an indoor willing pleural catheter patients underwent drainage regularly on an outpatient basis if there was no evidence of substantial lung entrapment at ten days patients were randomly assigned to receive either four grams of talca slurry or placebo through the end welling pleural catheter on an outpatient basis the target of one hundred fifty four patients undergoing random ization was reached after five hundred in eighty four patients were approached at day thirty five forty three percent of patients in the talq group had successful pleura desus as compared with twenty three percent in the placebo group no significant between group differences in a fusion size and complexity number of inpatient days mortality or number of adverse events were identified no significant excess of blockages of the ind well implore catheter was noted in the talq group among patients without substantial lung entrapment the outpatient administration of talk through an ind welling pleural catheter for the treatment of malignant pleural fusion resulted in a significantly higher chance of plural desus at thirty five days than an indoor and catheter alone with no dilitariness effects.
"talca" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"Yes yes welcome in two the and mckernan show i'm your host him hurting alongside producer the great john seem are aka the seamaster welcome in to another edition of the program hopefully you have subscribed but if you haven't please do subscribe and really offer a lovely review if he would of our programme must so far few episodes in at this point gary pagel a former senator jack danforth derek gold klay travis talca jackson and today cardinal president of baseball operations john mozelle all guest so far on the show with these longform conversations and i really enjoyed doing them and hopefully you've enjoyed listening to them if you haven't and you're just learning about it now go back and enjoy those even if you're not i've had a lot of people say i wasn't really a missouri football fan but listing a pangkal was a fascinating interview a number of people especially younger members of the audience really weren't familiar with jack danforth um and really enjoyed that conversation the derek golda back and forth me and him baseball noting out uh was one we got a lot of positive feedback on clay travis polarizing figure uh people loved hearing him talk about his career and and how it's gone from college football guide and now uh also talking politics and talca jackson the former saint louis ram talking about the nfl protests in giving his perspective on it and if you recall tie okha from his time in st louis uh always one of the best interviews but also incredibly intelligent and giving a perspective that uh i at least hadn't heard conveyed as well as he conveyed it on our show so please subscribe on i tunes or whatever podcast platform it you use and each episode of our shoulders to automatically go into your phone and you can listen to it.
"talca" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"But i seen first hand how there's so much more to these guys than just getting you the best deal they loves to give back to so many charities and st louis friends of kids with cancer ssm cardinal glennon backstop irs catherine cares saint patrick's center the list goes on and on that is something that is absolutely important ryan kelch ways out climbing mountains for charity he could easily just cut a cheque he puts in the work as well that's the kind of person you're dealing with when we're talking about our studio sponsor here in the timber current show ryan kelly in the home loan expert dot com team one eight hundred nine one six four nine four one eight hundred nine one six four nine four or go online at the home loan expert dot com salt upcoming for you taiyo could jackson the former rams defensive lime and i think he spent eleven maybe twelve years in the nfl got his thoughts on the protests and also the state of race relations in two thousand seventeen ladies and gentlemen talca jackson on the tim mckernan show so the reason i wanted to have you on the show is because i feel like any time you come on and give a perspective it opens people's eyes even if they still come away disagreeing with you and so from my standpoint as a white guy who got cut from freshman football i don't know how well i can truly convey the experience of an african american who played in the nfl you know what i mean is there is a gap there if you've got cut from freshman football.