19 Burst results for "Thai Thai"

What is love?

Tai Asks Why

04:12 min | 4 months ago

What is love?

"King is my brother. He's eight years old, and he's feisty and energetic, but he has some really good ideas. Hi, it's me He. was talking about. The question is what is Love Like one of your brain, it like someone and the their brain like like you in some. Kind of like that. Have you ever been in love I? Love My mom and dad knew yeah, so guess. What is what's that like? When I kinda love, you guys because Moiseyev Blink. Relatives and also I just live with you every day. Where have to adjust to you? Do you know why People Love Each Other? Because look the needle we put us. Yeah that that makes a lot of sense. If there was like there, there's probably a part of your brain. That's like I. Have to pass these genes on. Yeah, what do you feel when you feel love? What? What is it like well I. Love You, but it's hard to. This guy is just like someone that you just like. Uncomfortable comfortable around talking to and like. Don't get embarrassed about crime. That's Lov. Yeah, 'cause. You known them for a long time, and we also have to kind of stay to go because what bothers. By and I love you I. Love you. Bye. My brother said something really interesting there about how love actually is in the brain now I'm a science guy. I really think the brain is cool. So I did a little bit of research, looking at love, and how it works inside our brain, and what I came across. Is this weird thing called oxytocin? It's a hormone. Would in your brain that makes you connect with people? A lot of people even call it beloved hormone. And I came upon this really awesome psychologist Dave. Jennifer Barks Dr Bart's is an expert on oxytocin and how we build. In general I'm a professor of psychology. At McGill University I want to be honest. I! Looked at who you are in did a little bit of research about your work and it? You're pretty awesome. Let me say that. Thank you. Now I know this is a big scary. To tackle question, but what do you think is love so I guess? My preferred definition of Love was one that was put forward by the developmental psychologist Mary Ainsworth, as an affectionate tie that one person or animal forms between him or herself, and another specific one a tie that binds them together in space and endures time a Thai. Thai. And just getting, but I really think that definition is awesome. It's like we're floating time space, and there's just a string that keeps us together that transcend space and time. I like that I'm gonNA use that from now on. Greg. Why do you think human love? We know love plays a role in procreation, but it's way more than that. It's really there to ensure that the caregiver stays in close contact with the infant for warmth protection nutrition, just keeping the infant safe in contrast to other animals in the animal kingdom, humans are pretty unremarkable, lacking physical strength speed, big claws, big teeth, so as a result, humans really evolved to be very social animals, living in the group was their defense mechanism strength in numbers, strengthened numbers exactly, but like nowadays off to worry about getting eaten by bears not trite. No you don't, but you still have to worry about you. Know Illness, and when we don't have those social connections, we don't do as well. Lack of closeness increases risk for morality.

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What's Your Miracle?

Recovery Happy Hour

09:05 min | 6 months ago

What's Your Miracle?

"Today's episode is a Doozy Greg and I cried to quite a bit, and some of that had to be edited out for time. We chatted for for a while, but this is one of my favorite episodes because we talk about neural. A miracle is defined as a surprising and welcome event that is not explicable by natural scientific laws and is therefore considered to be a work of divine agency. A highly improbable or extraordinary event, development or accomplishment that brings very welcome consequences. Greg story is full of miracles, but that's not unique. You know I think. The miracles of recovery are widely talked about in our community. Don't stop before the miracle happens is a typical a ISM. Hey, that's because it's true. There are miracles in your sober future. To happen when you least expect them, and they're rarely, if ever explainable. Greg spent the last of his drinking and drug use career as across country drug dealer. In his twenty five years of Sobriety Yeah Twenty five years. He's accomplished some crazy successful feats, but most recently he has founded an runs startup recovery in southern California. He's attack speaker and he has a beautiful healthy family. That's a freaking miracle. Friends being able to turn your life from that into this is miraculous, and it's possible for you to even if a miracle just means making it one day without drinking. So go grab some Kleenex Hunker Down Let's talk to Greg Champion. Hi Greg. How are you I'm doing well. Trish good afternoon. Happy Happy Hour to you! Happy Happy Hour! Thanks so much for Burson, down with me for a little recovery. Happy Tonight and for sharing your story I'm thrilled to get to know in. Learn about the past twenty five years real quick. If you just want to give us a a brief introduction, and I'll ask you the same thing I asked everybody else. What is your name? Your sobriety date, and would you have described yourself as a high or low functioning drinker? Our well first of all. I just want to thank you for the opportunity. My name is Greg Champion on my sobriety Dayton's eleven seven, nineteen, ninety-four. I can tell you that I was facing five years in prison so. This was a nice kid from a nice city with private school college degree, and my disease took me on the brink of facing five years in prison, so I would consider myself. A low bottom got an. We'll get into that here in just a minute real quick. If you would just tell us just about you right now, you know where you live. How old you are! What you do for a living married kids hobbies anything like that name's Greg Champion of fifty one years old. I live in Pacific Palisades California which is just a suburb of Los Angeles. I work in a recovery business and I. Have a wife named Jennifer. A nine year, old daughter, a lease, and a seven year, old daughter name Annabel and some of my hobbies. It's funny I do some of the same hobbies as a kid I body sir. I skateboard and I'm obsessed with mint chocolate chip milkshakes from Baskin Rob's. I love that milkshakes her a hobby. My minor oreos right now so. Comfortable, well, let's get into your story and here in ten minutes or less. Tell us how long you drank cal long it was a problem and why you decided to stop you know. My story begins at four and a half years old. My father was killed in a drunk on your car crash. and I felt different. A mealy filled different because I was gonNA have a dad I. everybody else had two cars in a garage two incomes their DADS were there soccer coaches at our liberty coaches. And so from four and a half to two nine years old when my mom remarried I definitely feel different. And my alcoholism showed up before you even took a drink. A Trish, I I I, I did three things very very well. I got great grades I was a superb athlete. And I was also bowling and I use violence as my first way to medicate my. My mom remarried when I was nine. She married an old World War Two. Vet, a guy who was there on d day, the great thing about this man was that he taught me at a Thai Thai. Shave my face, open doors or women. Really old school ways I think lost in a generation or two, and I'm grateful to them and most mostly unbreathable that he was seventeen years a sobriety. And is exactly what my mother needed and in many ways exactly what I needed, misstep misstep. but what happened was for me was puberty. Right around twelve or thirteen right his cougars kicking and I was entering my freshman year of high school. I found a solution alcohol, marijuana and cocaine I also wanted to show off in front of the girls, and so between the peer pressure of school, looking at pretty girls, and the availability of drugs and alcohol I was well on my way to find my new solution to my inner pane. Did that for a few years might pattern. High School was that I would drink on Friday. Nights drove on Saturday mornings I would again drink on Saturday nights throat on Sunday mornings in the insanity of that going on for four years straight still not hitting square in the is. when all my friends were. Being talked to about school counselor colleges to go the Trish. They were going to cal and Stanford and Michigan Texas Nice Schools in my career counselors, talking about trade schools eventually ended up at a trade school. Arizona State University. and as many no, let's Party School and my alcoholism. Just blew up from there I began doing ecstasy lots of cocaine. In I got out into the real world. And light, actually the day I graduated I got my first you is. Six months later I got arrested for assault. In a bar. A few months later. I got arrested twice in twenty four hours in Mardi Gras. And here's the sicknesses disease stretches I was. There Bourbon Street my first night and went up to speak Irish combination. This is new rules what? What can I do and he says don't piston the streets and don't fight and streets. and. So Trish I'm GonNa have you guess what two things I got arrested for? Did you see while you were fighting with somebody or I'm not that multitalented. So the happened I and less than eighteen hours later, I was led out got back on the streets. got drunk and high again it could not find a bathroom, so I decided in the streets and got caught one more time and so. I have a nice arrest record there in the lovely speakeasy of Louisiana got to be the most eventful twenty four hours I've ever heard of by the way, but I don't WanNa. Take, I. Don't want to interrupt too much. Go ahead, but no, it's crazy. I was real resentful for a lot of years that hey you guys took away my Mardi Gras. You guys, you guys room. I buzz. You know for years. Even sober years in a one old-timer pulls me aside goes. Let me tell you how. How God works God put you in those paddy wagons to save your ass. Because what would happen if he would've stayed out there, you would have been stabbed. Shot would hooked up with some girl and probably got S. t you don't know what would happen, but both those times. He puts you in a paddy wagon because he did for you. What you do yourself and it hit me right between the eyes young. He was right. He's absolutely right. Then I went back to the San. Diego Start Working and I had some resentments. I was promised to a high paying job at a college. I. Was only making nineteen thousand dollars a year and I was working overnight, said the TV station. I don't know about you, Trish when I would get out of work at three o'clock am. There's certain people that are out at three am right. And those lower companions I found these he's lower companions were were girls. You can't bring home to mom and some drug dealers. and. They asked me if If I had any friends on the east coast I, did and we began shipping large amounts of marijuana out to the east coast. and I was part of that process. Eventually I got arrested. In an airport with fifty pounds of pot.

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"thai thai" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"thai thai" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"And let's move on from this thing that it didn't work out. It's not a good fit. You're not committed to him in the short term more worried about the long-term. Let's move on. Well, I think when you look at the situation they. Have basketball. I would say they don't have basketball competent people in the room making those decisions, and you say, well, how could that be Jeanie Buss has been around basketball entire life? Rambus was a coach Rambus was was a special assistant all these sort of things it you say, well, how can they be when the brothers have been in the scouting department for so long? Rob Pelinka's been aged for so long, very true. But they've never had to hire a head coach. They've never had to hire personnel. People general manager president of a team. So they don't know how to do it. They don't know. How to go about doing it what they sit around and do is listen each other in at the end of the day. There's nobody in their room with that experience. That's the main problem. So what in my opinion what they should have done. What they should should do is hire somebody who has experience knowing how to hire coats. And on top of that. Lebron james. Signed up to go to championship win championships and put a formal team together on the court not to be traded not to be punted away. That's not what it's about. He signed off on Thai Louis, you know, he signed on Thai Thai Louis, but he wasn't here in the and let's say it's done key. That's where it gets interesting. If they decided that you know what? Yes, we know LeBron wants Tyler. And if you don't do it that's a bad move keep him in a funk for a while. That's the point. So if I run in a funk if I've got LeBron and he's he wants his guy he wants blue. And I said, no, we're not going to do it because he's asking for too much, and we're gonna go in a different direction. Here here's Frank Vogel, and LeBron's something less than fully invested in that decision than bad Amman. That's a bad move. That means that you you basically like Stephen say you getting ready to become a stock. You get ready to you got people lined up outside apparently going to be lined about side, or whatever the case is theoretically in the rain protesting. Phone. The fact that there's even conversation about something like that happening to a Laker organization fifteen years ago that will come like seriously like that that's only something happens to like the New York. Knicks doesn't happen to the Lakers in the last few years. It has calling them the mix of the west now. I don't know why here's the situation as to unpack. Number one. Stephen A is correct. In terms of the position of the clippers except suffered effect. They got an he's not deleting scores actually whale whose six year, but whatever, but in terms of that beanie organization with a lot of experience and a lot of deep pockets and being attractive in terms of especially to doc. It's been a coach that squad up. He is absolute correcting that that you can't continue to treat the clippers like the red headed stepchild, they won't catch in terms of culture, but they can build their own culture and undermine your own. If that makes the sense here as far as what's going on with tyrod Tyler. Listen. Let's calm. The hell down is calling the Goshi -ation. Right. If you look at it as a player there are players who get into negotiations with the team. And sometimes there are moments in which is reported by like an Adam Schefter or Ramon show Ramona Shelburne that the two parties are worlds apart, and then we'll have the next week close. Yeah. I mean, Clint cappella Houston Rockets right case in point they were worlds apart. Clint Cappello is going to be God. And where's cappella getting ready for game?.

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"thai thai" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"thai thai" Discussed on Get Up!

"And makes it more difficult to figure out the playoffs. So what we love difficult to figure out playoffs. That is fun. Let the game in when the game ends. If you can't finish it in regulation. Going home study for their chemistry exam. You have to you have to give the college football playoff committee. Actual records that do not have Taiwan. Why? Games into times. I get it. They're not actually having a compare metrics for who their top four teams are going to be you're in college football. You are comparing which the playoff era is fabulous because of this. But you sitting there Ed people in committee room trying to make a case for teams. And if you're looking at two teams at happen to be apples to apples, but one team had a game. It ended in a tie and the other didn't that's not gonna work. They're not gonna be able to with that. And bowl a tie is a reasonable outcome of a sporting event ended with a win allies Thai Thai Thai is no one likes ties, but it is better than this in my opinion. I would rather be able to judge a team based upon the game it actually played then put in some arbitrary put the ball on the two yard line. And let's make a really important decision based on the outcome of that one. If it's a tie, you can say the teams are equal or you can give a little edge to the waiting go. We decided that nobody at this set actually likes ties because neither one of you is wearing what can I? Sportscenter programme one more very quickly. One more thing. This game called soccer, right? They played. And all these other countries seems to be reasonably popular. To me that people at old every other country on planet earth seem to like that game ties shoes part of that sport. It doesn't seem to have destroyed them in many leagues. Also, don't even have a playoff blow. It also listen, no more ties on this show. And I hope neither one of you ever wears again. Sportscenter six eastern front Philadelphia with sage in Kevin they'll look at would flares under more pressure tonight in game three white or Joel Embiid plus loge with the latest on the Lakers for head coach and Kintu tongue of Loic improve his draft stock this fall, we've got more on him and our show as well after PTI on ESPN and ESPN. Now, let's get to the next piece of nonsense yesterday. Federal prosecutors played a recording of a phone call in which former Arizona basketball assistant Emanuel, book Richardson, told Spiring agent Christian doctrines that the head coach at Arizona. Shawn Miller was paying star centered the Andre eight and ten thousand dollars a month while he was enrolled in school when that news broke our own Jalen rose heard about it. And he had some choice thoughts on this development during his show. Jalen and Jacoby. That's all that's kind of what I feel like that's it only ten thousand the last time. I checked these coaches give multi millions of dollars from the school, shoe contracts. Appearances television radio got molting streams.

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"thai thai" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"thai thai" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Right now the other direction a two on one guy. Leans Zanan has it blocked off the window by harms and Perdue gets it right back. Very rarely do you see a player for Virginia. Make a poor decision. That time guys should have pulled it out. And let us team. Come join 'em. Now, the Boilermakers make across court pass passing guy with a steel. So he makes up for it stepped in the lane and got the ball back for Virginia. Two thirty five to go Cavaliers Bywater trip to the final four in Minneapolis. Oughta live. Guy. Shovels it off left side of Jerome he. Curls. Fires off the left side. No, good offensive rebound. And he's going to bring it back up top Virginia. Now key. Hey Clark on a high right wing directing traffic with his right hand as dribbles it horizontally across the floor over the guy guys got it over liberal Jinya bench Jerome in that same spot with tennis shoes approaching two minutes to play seven on the shot clock de Akita hands Jerome. Short long rebound comes out key. Hey, Clark Virginia. When you heard the Purdue fans booing because they thought that maybe Jerome pushed off on Edwards, but I thought Edwards flop to try to get the official to blow his whistle. And he wouldn't do it Virginia with a one point lead in the basketball, one forty to go tie Giral bouncing it around the yard stops on the wing picks it up gives it up top to the Akita back to Jerome seventy shoot Jerome crossover dribble. Drive to the free throw line Brita shoe fade away shot his jelly. Has the basketball? One point game. One twenty lap boilers down with it. Edwards comes into the front court turns to the official. He's going to take time out with one fifteen on the clock Purdue still has to timeouts remaining just one further. We are seeing we've seen some great defensive plays. We've seen some great offense ablaze. But recently it's been defense taking over and produce stepped up what they've had to do on the defensive end of the floor. Very rarely do you see a team that disrupts Virginia Virginia they're still in their comfort zone. When there's ten seconds to go on the shot clock. Most teams start to panic. But I was surprised at when the Akita got the rebound. I wasn't surprising. Brought it out. But that was the shot. They got they waited too long. And then Purdue did a nice job surprising to Rome by double team when he came off the screen. He didn't have anybody to pass the to he tried to throw it up at the basket that eastern was able to block it from behind. Both teams with seven fouls possession arrow is with Purdue to timeouts for Purdue won for Virginia bowl teams break. Their huddles Virginia sixty seven Purdue sixty six one of these programs is going to break through to the final four for the first. Time and over thirty years. Kline. Look into inbound gets it up top to Edwards Edwards on the right wing in front of us with behind the back dribble into a three. Apparently. Sex denied sixty seven minutes ago. Has forty points. Virginia's got to a key. Hey, Clark, which way the circle. Moving to the left side gives it to Jerome Jamal the corner to Kyle guy fade away three short comes down. His this. He stepped on the side. With forty three point five. Tony Bennett is trying to get the official that made the call on a baseline to go look at the monitor. And that's exactly what they're gonna do bobowski. Officials are not going to the monitor all Borowski just told him. I cannot go to the monitor for that. But I saw the replay on the monitor in front of us. He did step out of bounds. It was a good call by the official burger on the front court with a two point lead. Thirty five seconds to go twenty two to shoot Ryan backs. It up the mid four now off to Edwards Edwards looking over his head coach back painter directing traffic on the sideline to defenders Edwards between the circles. Step back three short. Resets up top. Sex. Maybe making biggest game has he flies for the offense. It'll be Ryan going to the line. Pile guy from Virginia didn't walk out. There was his man I for we've got a running start from the left wing and was able to pick that rebound up after the seventy one to six you throw off all that seventy to sixty seven and now big one is he'll try to make this two possession game. Sixteen point nine remaining Ryan. Lights off his hands on his short skits. The basketball back. The senior from Indianapolis. What's up lots of? Virginia. Rebound fifteen seconds to go. They need a Thai Thai Giral process amid court strike, ten seconds left. He's on the left wing, eight seconds. New york. And now, he's fouled. No jelly stern reaching into battle with five point nine. Matt painter the head coach for Purdue was screaming at his team to foul. It's a one and one with five point nine left in Virginia down free. Virginia still has a timeout left. I would imagine you would see him make the first Tony Bennett would probably use this time out to set up a play on a myth that he has to make this Jerome free throw seventy three percent shooter calmly hits the first one on that. Now, we look sober at Tony Bennett. As if to say, hey, do you want me to miss this or make it? It's going to try to make it five point nine left. Thanks a dribble left a short into the back. Four seconds Virginia. Seconds. Thank you. Fired at seventy s the horn sounds. Now, they're gonna go to the monitor and take a look at. It was tapped into the back court. Hey, Gordon, traffic brought up ahead to say. And he locked it up from fifteen feet on the ankle. And we're looking at the replay. He got that off are tied at seventy at over overtime. Believable. Amber half, the time Al will. But they elect not to use it and it pays off. Well, why Jerome was at the free throw line? Tony bennett. I was talking to one of his players that he wanted to put in the gate. I thought Jerome like we were talking about wanted to call time out today could set up a play. Mini sword onto free throw to which went off the front of the rim. The Akita was the one that got a hand on it. And knocked it out will past half four. Clark for Virginia was able to case it down. Everybody thinks he's going to heave one from half court. But he looks up and has the wherewithal to throw the ball key. K who's about twelve feet from the basket. He catches it. All one motion. Doesn't flip. It actually shoots. It. Out of his hands before the horn south now, the officials are still over there. Trying to confirm one hundred percent that it went in. But we saw it clear on the replay. That's good. If we are tied. I think they're trying to determine if there should be any time on the clock. Because there's there's no doubt that it was good. I mean the ball was halfway to the rim. I thought when from the angle of the other end of the floor as he lets it go the ball out of his hands. And then it drops through the net. And they say it is good seventy two seventy and we are going to overtime drama at an all time high and low book. What a basketball game, forty minutes. Not enough. We got five more. Now. Here's the question. We've continued to wait for somebody for Purdue to step up and help out Carson, Ed works. Moment. Carson Edwards at forty produced. Seventy points somebody has to step up and help him. Now. Remember their last game went to overtime. Carson Edwards played all forty five minutes. He's gonna play all forty five minutes this game as well. It's time.

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"thai thai" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"thai thai" Discussed on WBAI

"Dollars for hearing the incurable cookbook, and we're throwing in that rightous arthritis book as well. And Gary Gary null, are you on the line with us? My pleasure pitcher today. Thank you. Wonderful and congratulations on this book. Let me give a little background on. Why this book is so different than the other cookbooks published? In fact, my last cookbook. Well from four years ago, I did one and two years ago. I did then we have this one. Four years ago. It was the number one premium on PBS stations around the country. And the reason why when I asked the person who was valuating why is it? So successful. Because it made a plant based diet, exciting and interesting and artistic it wasn't just some healthy food put on a plate. Every single dish was plated as if it was a piece of artwork. And so when you look at a dish in a magazine like epicure or gourmet magazine or one of the other popular magazines people want, it'd be more artistic they wanna see something, sir. Better. The ambiance of environment is always important as well. Can I just say I I was looking we're gonna get to some of the recipes because I just love some of these recipes, but one of them rice threads with Thai Thai pie was at Taipei roster. Anyway, it looked as if the the recipe was floating in the air the way that this. This photo was done of this recipe. It was just amazing amazing over two hundred and nineteen delicious. Vegan vegetarian role food recipes are not all role. But there are some the big book it's five hundred fifty four pages. Therefore, it's the most comprehensive cookbook, but I want to do something different. And this is what really makes his cookbook different. Yes, you're getting original recipes. You're also getting recipes you can prepare. I never complete a book or a documentary or an article before people in the audience have a chance to review it. And then give me their feedback. Did you like it not like it if it's documented you fry was objective in fair or not and I take all this input seriously? And if I make a recipe that looks great and tastes great. But it's too complicated for people. They're not going to be able to use it. So what is the point? So I selected a hundred people from my audience, and I gave them each two or three recipes. Nice said try these. And if I didn't get on a score of one to ten in ease of preparation, a ten I discarded the recipe, but if it was a ten I kept it. So here's the key. No matter how intricate imputable stunningly. So in some cases, these recipes are you can prepare them easily, including people are not chefs. Not cooks. Secondly, everybody has a sweet tooth, but we see the consequences when we go out there and have unhealthy sweets. We're a nation that is unfortunately, obese with a consequence of heart disease and early death and cancer depression coming from that. So I wanna guilt, free desserts. One of the most exciting person book is why took rock a cow which is chocolate. And I showed you how to prepare everything from the most delicious chocolate pies and choc- chocolate Clair's and every type of chocolate, but do so where are you can use a natural sweetener, the Disney not high in in frock toast. That is does not raise your blood sugar level that has low glycemic factors. Meaning it keeps your blood sugar down. So even diabetics can enjoy these. I also considered most people don't have enough fiber diet. So every single recipe was getting them, more fiber. My goal was between thirty and fifty grams of fiber day, which is almost double the average Americans fiber. That's why we have so many constipation problems in gastrointestinal inflammation problems. I also wanted this to be anti inflammatory. Meaning when a person has a dish, if they should have inflammation in their body and most people do in fact, almost everyone who has dementia. Memory loss, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, LS, heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Arthritis and fibromyalgia. All of those have one thing in common inflammation. So talk about that talk. I let me just back up with you a little bit the title of this book, curing the incurable. I mean, what kind of title is that that must. We just finished one thing. So every single recipe in this book is anti inflammatory every single ingredient was for its nutritional powerhouse capacities antioxidants anti-inflammatory properties to turn off painting. The body to help cleanse deliver cleanse the bloodstream to help fortify the heart fortify, the brain with the nutrients. That's no easy hat trick to pull off because most people when they prepare a dish. I remember when I was a kid watching a James beard in and parent. Julia child prepare food food. I appreciated their personalities, but the foods were not healthy. And I had to prepare foods that are extremely healthy. Not just healthy. Not just tasty. Original. But extremely. Health-promoting disease, preventing disease reversing, but I wanted something really extra something I'd never seen in a cookbook anywhere. And it started two years ago. And took all this time to get this. And that is I wanted to find.

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"thai thai" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"thai thai" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Thanks, sarah. She missed him AMI. Sarah. Thank you. Mamas and Papa song. Because of the clues that Shia came. It's not chart catch. You can't hit those notes. Yes. She can. Yeah. She's amazing back. So that's why I think she's a top runner there. I started to Google is the lion on mass singer. And I didn't fill it in everything that popped up. What is it's occur dashing lady Gaga? Is. Well, the only big star that's ever done that show is Ryan Reynolds. Yes, he did it in another country. Yes. What was he had South Korea? I believe South Korea south. And yesterday. I told the story about how that thing got going in America. And I read it somewhere that the there's a guy who does these reality shows. He knows America's got talent started that one and he was having dinner. What was in a Japanese restaurant? I think you should measure Japanese, but anyway, was in Thai Thai restaurant with his daughter, and he had his back to the TV. And then everybody in the place was watching this TV show from another country. They happen to be showing it in there. And and a daughter who's like twenty four twenty five cents dead turn around. You gotta see this and he said holy cow. So he went on got the rights. Yeah. So he has a daughter to thank for another hit, Sean think he's got this makes three big reality shows that he he handles a now, I think we're finally getting to the point where it's really going to start to get tough. We had two athletes already. We had two comedians, and this is I actors, but we haven't had a singer get eliminated real Sanger..

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"thai thai" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Go to Al. Hey, al. How are you? Hey, good, man. How're you doing? We're talking about life, pre wall, etc. Down at the border here. Yeah. In the eighties. I Lisa live at power next door border patrol agent and all day long. All he would do was track. These people that came in through the border with fans, and he said he caught people from every country in the world, you know, German Thai Thai people Chinese Vietnamese you name a country. He said he chewed get from every country down there. They would all cross down there. What was what was like in the eighties? But that was way in the country. Yeah. That's when fifteen was like a two lane road. And it seemed like they take forever to get out there. 'cause I don't get like when did the fifteen become a monstrous fifty lane highway. Well, they've only been working on it the last twenty years, you know, they keep adding lanes and changing things around then they had to put in diamond lanes. You know, it seemed like they're just constantly always working on. It was constantly being slow ally. Appreciate the call the guy. To wrote it took forever to get from Escobedo San Diego because there was no fifteen. Let's see. Oh tomorrow. Tomorrow. Miles. Give me some water. My throats. Oh. That's right. He's still still not. I'm sure he's properly. I'm saying Scott. He's got plenty of liquids out down the Goths. It's going to be a little late today..

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"thai thai" Discussed on Maybe It's You

Maybe It's You

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on Maybe It's You

"Then these keys would not be lost question. Mark. I mean, it's it's not a great conversation. I have. Who makes the drone keychain we put a Thai Thai Thai. I dunno. I mean, Admiral tiny drone that's on your key ring when when you can't find your case you fucking hit the home button. But actually, I era born keys. I don't like it too. Big bug. That's pending. I don't like I have a book your where's my glasses? I have an I could you not they sometimes on your head. I have real glasses. I have prescription glasses pair of close yuppie readings and a faraway drive us drive. You stay in the car or can't drive K. Although I need them in the house for the movies. And then the close yuppies are real. So I only use them when it's real like, a jigsaw puzzle or very important reading of of something on a on internet's or on the paper. Sure and everything else is roster TJ Maxx three packs of glasses along longest they stayed missing the glasses. Oh, I know there they go, but just van and you have to get new glass, but I spent nine ninety nine and a three pack. Yeah. But look these are these are three ninety nine. I mean ninety nine for three pairs, right? I'd never guess. I'd never guessed it. Also, seems rude not to buy at that point. If they're nine ninety nine for three pairs of readers, where did they go? I just have my glasses on to show you where they now they're on the stool, I don't have glasses on you can't find them. So where's my glasses? Whereas mcglasson more important. Let's get back to the tiny drone. I would like keyring drown where it flies your keys, you hit the home button..

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"thai thai" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Are this week's digital life active is all about Google. We all use it. But you may not be using all the features about Google. So like, for example. I Google advanced search features. So what you can do is start tying in your searches with something else. So if you're trying to trying to figure out what happened to Kim from Christmas story at a Thai Thai or learn about the Royal family's annual traditions. Those answers are just a click away or what you can do is use advanced search, and you type a whole bunch of phrases into those fields. There's also quick and easy. Search message by thrown in a minus sign a plus sign. You could also look at just a particular site site, Colin commander dot com, and you put it in quotes. And then you can just search that particular site who can also make your life easier by looking at the weather keeping track. Your reservations do math. I'd also has a built in timer that a lot of people don't realize there's a translator you can run to searchers at any time. There's a metronome and all kinds of fun stuff up. Tune including pacman that's right over at Google dot com for a listing of all of these. I bet you're gonna learn at least a. A thing or two or three look no further than the official homepage of the came commandos show. That's KOMO A N D O dot com. And once you're there hit that show picks button right on the home page. Okay. People all over the country are like super excited because they're thinking, hey, Santa just left me a gift. So you go out to your porch. And you see an Amazon box that you did an order, and there's like a really nifty surprise inside. Is it a gift or is it a scam? I'll tell you more about that. And take more of your phone calls here on the Kim commandos show. Attention.

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"thai thai" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Don't know how much of a difference that really makes let's be honest. But I think normal deserves me back in the lineup. I think he's played well when he's had his chance, and he's a big body traits having up there and they're going sell defense. But again. Yeah. Again, I I don't love you extra guy. I just don't I think it screws around with what you're formations Michigan right now has six cemented defense. They have they know who they're going out with summers are trying to work came in because they're going to need them at some point. Whether it's this year or next year they got to play in here. I get it. I understand it. I don't necessarily bother anybody. That's stood out to you last night. Besides the obvious. Besides into your point last night. I see Luke Morgan thought Luke Morgan played. Well, I thought. Blankenburg Midas turnover Nick polka guys like that. I thought the coat Arabia another strong team for you know, his capabilities. Yeah. The top wine. I thought played well I thought they played well last night, and they're going to need to play wall against tonight. Don't think for me tonight is is he's got play this guy. Get goaltending. You gotta have finally secondary scoring for the rings has been nonexistent here the last couple of weeks bots. It's huge come playoff time to pump push push comes to shove, usually. Tend to shut down one line. Those guys chip in like last year, Michael Pash or did guys like that chip index had a pretty good start to this year. Let's I want to see Jimmy labor get going here. He's a skilled guy. He's had some opportunities to score especially last week in Michigan state. And then again, lastly a guy like him guy. Like Luke Mortensen scored last night that those are key guys got to chip in. You gotta get goals other than your first light. And your senior Brenda Warren has just one goal this year to get him going. Get bread is not necessarily score goals out. Right. But he he's capable of doing it. And I think he's got to get a couple of a few here. You know, you look at the warring senior year look somewhere between five and ten goals. I think for a senior year right now, he's got one before Christmas. Gotta get picked. You know, he's got to pick it up. Let's look at the real quickly. Here. We got an extended pregame show today. But if you're if you're looking at these teams, why are we having so many times ties in and Thai Thai Thai Thai Thai if one of these teams that we've played Michigan state? I seldom Notre Dame. Wisconsin. They all Penn State. They all have one really good lines. So it's that secondary scoring that's going to be a difference in the big ten title. It is huge. And then again, you're looking at the guys that comes down to the guys that are aren't always counted on the top line can play special teams that he's got to be a little bit better power powerplays has got to be better and the goal, but I think the puck protection in your own zone. That's been killing Michigan. They play. Well, play wall play. Well, and then all of a sudden, boom a mistake. It's your dad, you know. So you got to take care of that. And I think the last couple of weeks against Michigan state and Minnesota last night stepmother throats, you got to wonder what the league early get another one get another one had that killer instinct, very some of those opportunities as nice goal. Josh northside last night. He missed two golden opportunities for that during regulation those goals. He's a first round pick does have to go in Andrew miracle. Look forward to your keys to the game later on in our pre. Game show.

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"thai thai" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Project as a very unhappy team like like in the preseason day their shots there shot selection was like what Milwaukee in Toronto. And the rockets were are doing now, which is just like a lot of the best shots. And now, it's it's not it's not bad. But it's also not good. And I thought last night against the clippers. They took a lot of ha-gi shots. Like right at the game. Outta porter. Took a terrible baseline fadeaway out of nothing early in the shot clock to that. That was like what is he why is he taking that shot? And then you remember all these guys we're talking about who's getting shots and who want shots. And if you watch John wall when he doesn't have the ball there. There was a possession last night with I think four and a half minutes left in the third quarter where the set called for him to give the ball to porter at the top of the arc and go to the corner and boy. He wanted the corner more slowly than than I did. When my parents to take out the garbage. I mean, he went there. And then there was this. And then he puts his hands on his knees. Because that's what he does. He does get the ball and Yanni who's making sixteen million dollars a year for some reason was late going up to screen for auto. So the timing of the play was screwed up and John wall in the corner. Just throws his hands in the air rolls his eyes and looks at the bench. And it's just like when you see. And that was like there were multiple things by other players like that. And again when you see stuff like this. This is a miserable miserable team that needs to get some ws. And now even Halloween when you're seeing Halloween yet. So I if if Scott Brooks is safe, and you've heard that and I can have like safe until like Thai Thai Lewis, save Saturday. What can happen because they're trapped? They cannot they have three guys who are going to make between them almost one hundred million dollars starting next year and Bill wall importer, I don't know what they can do. Here's a question for you. Who would you get more back for which guard, albeit it's not even close, right? Beal is a stock Bill is a been true last year the year before as soon as John Walstein, the supermax that became true. I I wrote this one of my view calms, the teams should be sniffing around Brad. Beal now dish should be talking illegally agent day should be they should be talking to the wizards. Because if this thing breaks apart, John Wall Street value is that it all time low because the supermax in next year, and the numbers are I mean, almost literally eye-popping and no there are questions about his knees and his condition. They're pretty well. Known autos fine auto Porter's, fine. I is a little bit overpaid fine. Good player. Lot of teams would be happy to have them. Bill is really really good in on a contract that is really fair at a position of high value in the NBA if porter had maximized if porter just became the best. He could be in like not everybody probably wanna pay him that. But but he just take the podcast with Sean marks earlier today. And Brooklyn we were talking about the offer sheets, right? That that order of offer. She should go in the hall of fame somewhere like the actual legal document of the offer. She with all its little tricks poisoned ills, it should be in the hall. Yeah..

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"thai thai" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Off contest on the trampoline yesterday had to be judge. Thai Thai Thai. Competitive. Lot of contests house. Yeah. They just like them against each other to weed out the weak from strong. They don't seem to care who wins. They just like the judging part. Wow. So the late night comics took on the cabinet investigation. I expect to be annoyed by this. Then I have another cabin nugget. That is out today in the Wall Street Journal will played even though the voting is all but over. So how do you Joe is going to grade this? Oh, yeah. I will I'll give. Grade will judge them harshly in? But evenhandedly. For a tie. He boot somebody out of a comedy business them for life. That's right. Let's hear them. The FBI finished its report on cavenaugh this morning and delivered. It's the US capitol at four AM. And this is crazy. The deliver guy actually passed cavenaugh stumbling hope in the bar. The F B I report that was supposed to be limited to one week somehow got whittled down to five days, it's done. And when all of a sudden and finish the White House said they found no corroborating evidence of sexual assault. It's amazing. How much you won't find? When you don't look for it really is. FBI report was actually handed over to the Senate in the pre dawn hours what it was pre dawn in Washington DC. But as Brad Kavanagh said, hey, man is five o'clock somewhere. So to he's a drunk jokes and one the FBI investigation was a sham joke. Wow. That was a load of crap and annoying ads predicted. It's a rare radio show that airs something it's pretty certain will annoy the audience. I'll give fell on a C minus for his week effort Kimmel got a c plus just because it was a nice turn of a phrase sameday amazing. What you can't find. When you don't look in coordin- with a C minus plus being deducted a full grade for being a foreigner. Somebody check his papers Gordon banned from comedy for life. It's about time people who are paying attention at the time. Still talk about Anita hill and Clarence Thomas. And so there will be a take away from this event for decades to come and it will probably annoy me the rest of my life. To look forward. But I would like this to be the takeaway as the Wall Street Journal has a story out today. Is it true or not? I don't know. I mean, the Wall Street Journal, obviously thought it was true. There are legitimate newspaper that a friend of Dr Ford's was pressuring Leland all caller Leland because that's how Dr Ford referred to honor test first name. Well, right. But the they call miscues everywhere else. Oh, yeah. There too many people. All right. That's leland. Because I remember the Leland stuff, right? Leland. Wall Street Journal says that Dr Ford had some friends that were pressuring Lee, Linda change your story. And to me v take away from the whole thing should be this sentence that we've known for weeks, by the way from Leland was in the testimony. We've known for weeks. She was the person the doctor Ford says was closest to her at the time was at the party. They all ran around together with Cavanaugh this was her star witness and Leland said, and I quote in her friends are trying to get her to the to water this down a little, but she said and I quote two weeks ago. She does not know Mr. Cavanaugh, and has no recollection of ever being at a party or gathering where he was present to me. That's the takeaway from this whole thing. Right. These star witness for Mrs Ford from his Ford says, I don't know cavenaugh mean Ford saying they all ran around together at parties and stuff like that. Everybody knew everybody. I don't know him. And I was like, yeah. The end to me and the FBI I couldn't find any more in that. All right. What are you gonna do the person quoted in the big hearing that the whole world watched? Said I don't know what you're talking about. You're never going to satisfy people you're never gonna satisfy my angry, relative who venture spleen on social media. You never never going to satisfy the the people marching screeching in the streets against Kavanagh's. Just I don't know you just. Doug it. I'm going to use any time. It comes up in a bar conversation or a barbecue conversation fifteen years from now. Right. I'm gonna use that one. Millennials will people talk about it. What millennials think all the time and too much? So this better be good. It'll be too annoying things in a row when I'm tuning out Montiel's are now the largest generation in America. That's right. Yeah. Just sheer weight. So you wield a fair amount of political power when you're just the biggest number of people and again millennials thirty eight. At the older end to twenty to thirty-seven fair enough. There are actual generations. I mean, you don't like the sperm doesn't change or you know, there's not a Mark off the politicians don't pass laws. All right, a baby. Born today is the next generation well on these generations are so wide. I I can I could come up with a couple of Thirty-seven-year-old who have nothing to do with a couple of twenty two year old nothing to do. Right. They they barely recall when they were twenty two in their life is quite a bit different at this point in their attitudes. But anyway, having said that. The here. Millennials are more open to socialism in. This wasn't socialism is not defined in any of these things there whatever their perception of socialism is. And and that's true overall. But men are twice as likely as women to be open to socialism twice as like I'm shocked by that. I'm I'm.

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"thai thai" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Steve trevelise coming up talking about what went down at the hub. In Hoboken, talked about the pickup bars, they still any left. He actually tried to do it with physical contact. Eminem. Coming out with three new offerings numerous toppy peanut the Mexican jalapeno peanut coconut peanut next year. And I'm asking you. If you get a hall pass on any type of candy. What would that be Reverend? Bob Levy, he tweets almond joys. Like I do. I might choice. I'd go almond joy, although the chocolate covered bacon, then yell came up with you have to have an endless supply of chocolate covered bacon. Heaven heaven. I Mike is related to New Jersey one zero one point five, Mike. Hey, Steve, I heard the I heard mounts mentioned earlier, and man that that's a tough one. That's that's real high up on my list. But I the coconut I can only take so much coconut I love the dark chocolate. While coconut, so it's got to be just a plain old. It's it's not a real exciting candy. Hershey's special dark bar. So that's like that's the real hard. Healthy candy, right. The dark chocolate is good for your heart. Maybe in limited quantities. Could have all that you want. It doesn't matter right. Yeah. I'll take it. Sure. That you like the dark over the milk. I do. Yes. But not I've tried you know, you go into some storage and CD's kind of for lack of a better word gourmet chocolate bars that are eighty percent dark ninety percent. They're horrible. I really don't like them really plano Hershey's special dark, whatever the percentages. I think they mailed it. They got it. Right. And I love it. Did you ever go to Hershey Park? Oh sure now is the chocolate by because my kids my wife and kids went to Hershey Park over Labor Day weekend. I was working and they went and they come back with chocolate is the chocolate different in Hershey Park, one without the preservatives, or is it just like any other chocolate. I really I really couldn't tell you. I know they've got everything you can possibly ever want heard. They came back with a kiss the size a Cleveland. It's dangerous. Oh, man. I so you're going now did you were you dark chocolate guy from the beginning over milk chocolate? Or did you end up getting driven to the dark the dark side? What an innocent kid. I mean, you know, we had a supermarket, you know, couple of blocks from my house. My mother and father would give me a few, you know, fifty cents or whatever it was back. Then go get a candy y always picked up the Hershey's special dark. I, you know, every for a long time now, Mike, thanks for the call. See? That's that's the move get the chocolate that everybody else doesn't like the kid with the black chuckles. You know, get the call. They pick the brand when you're gonna you're gonna make choices because then you'll get more because people's adding want the dark yard you could have that robs in Washington on New Jersey one zero one point five, rob, hey, how you doing good? You. I'm doing pretty good. Okay. So now, I'm assuming the behold patch is not only for calories, but it's also for hives, correct? T- th whatever. It'll clear up acne. Sweater. Okay. So the only answer is lent chocolate covered cherries with the liquid sadder glass grade scotch. Wow, we didn't throw scotch into all pants on July twenty five year old crown Royal? I mean what? It goes it just goes together. Well, is way it's the Lynn chocolate covered cherries and a glass of scotch. Yeah. Yeah. And then throwing a good Arturo cigar? A smoking jacket perhaps for the rest of my life. Now, wait a minute. You know, what my wife tried to find the chocolate covered cherries, and they're not defined. I went to WalMart. They didn't have them. You got the WalMart. Probably. Yeah. I mean, you got to go to like the front counter and remember the reds during the red foil. Right. Yeah. Amazon got. Okay. Yeah. That was my mistake. All right. Like that. Rob thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five, I even like have you tried to Lynch truffles? They're really good the the Lynch truffles yet. But the chocolate covered cherries just with the with the juice in and with the syrup. Oh my God. That's great. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five call I got an open board. I can get you on. But in the meantime, like, I said, Facebook and Twitter going nuts with this. So I'm going to ask you hems is coming out with three new types of Eminem's. They've got the jalapeno they got the toffee, and they got the coconut. And let's say you have a hall pass that you could have as much of this one type of candy and never have to worry about gaining weight. Never to worry about acne have to worry about dental never have to worry about whatever. But you could just have all you want. What would that can't be? Would you want to see the names would be the for me the easiest fill the bowl of ams? You sit there with the big ball. And that's like you have to think about something. Like, this that you're not gonna get tired eating it. Bob leave. He puts in his tweet. I I could eat Robin joys and never get tired. I think like Vietnam enjoys after while I give full, but and ends I could see myself just sitting there, not even realizing I've eaten them just reflexively hand to mouth while I'm watching television or something like that. The giants Iran much more as I watched the offense just miss block after block. But that's another story drive you to candy. One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five Mike comes up with Snickers. We haven't had snicker ship sneakers or Goldenberg peanut chews. Although I'm afraid my bridge may fall out shooing the Goldenberg peanut chews. Now, the Goldenberg peanut chews. If you're going to do that. You gotta go milk. Chocolate dark the dark chocolate is good. But I liked the milk chocolate better Taylor guy. One for you. I totally forgot about this. Trader Joe's tied lime and chili cashews. I never had them. I mean, they're addictive really totally addictive there. There's there. There's a kick to them. So you don't like spicy not for you. But that trader Joe's Thai Thai Thai food right lime and chili cashews trust online. I can see the lime in Chile never had Thai before it's something special. I'll give you some money. Go to trader Joe's bring them into my night party. I want to do a three one. Oh, one point five. Now, here's some of what I've got here is. Get the live. We got a lot of Reese Cup Swedish fish, the Swedish fish, you going to be pulling them out of your teeth. That's a that's a candy that you would be eating that after a while. I think that you'd you'd be you know, you would you'd wanna stop. I mean for something like a hall pass. This is something that you could eat and eat and eat and never tire of that's a good. And that that's a tough one, Scott clothing..

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"thai thai" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on CarCast

"How are you? I'm good. Thank you. Oh, man. It's been a little while it has. It's it's been a little while we see you at events. Title beach, which is at Goodwood. I don't know if we've seen you since pedal beach. The American. Yeah, the American, the American good, isn't it really man. I've been watching all of the Instagram videos from Goodwood revival. You follow, Goodwood revival on Instagram or Goodwood racing, or something on Instagram, and it's all these little lake one minute clips. Five, they're all fantastic. Like, you've never seen people drive these cars this way. I, you know, we saw a two fifty GTO like hit a wall. Unfortunately, that's bad. But man, I saw a video of a guy driving a Jag, I guess, like an e type and the hood kept popping open. The hood opens toward the driver. Right? So it's just kind of a clam shell that opens. And like I guess the straps on the side came loose for broke and it was flopping in and out, and it was the view is from the driver. He had like a helmet Cam or something in the car. And the hood kept opening a bit and he couldn't see in front of him and that it would close and then he can kinda get, and he was dying it up with two other cars in the hood opened first second, and you can't see it closed at passed them both. I don't know if they were just a freight like that guy can't see, but some fantastic drive in a guy in the cobras just saw at the wheel pass and people lapping people and the commentators like I've never seen anything like that before. It was just sliding every turn just going by man. This is crazy, crazy video. So I don't know why that popped into my is probably your accent. Oh, what I never get is a lot of these calls are owned by squarely, and then they hire full m- the wom- drivers spoke to rice them from the less person you won't in a in. You'll kind of GD. Oh, he's a formula and drive a who? Yeah. I mean, yeah, they can handle the car, but also they're going to turn the Brian off and they're gonna. They're gonna thrash. The thing. It's funny that you mentioned that because we're doing this video series on motor transport. Everybody. It's called Adam Karol. It goes racing and yesterday the second episode launched and we went and we visit, it's out good would. And we talked to the guy who drives Nick Mason's Ferrari to fifty GTL. The driver's name is Nick as well. It was very confusing. We went over to the car look for Nick Mason. He's a drummer Pink Floyd. He paid like fifty thousand dollars for this car in nineteen seventy seven, and now it's worth at least fifty million could be eighty million. He's the most unassuming rooks dive of medicine. They make my he's race. Yeah. Yeah. His race Ma this car race, Lama anyway. He's a guy who he has somebody. I don't know if he pays them to drive her to the guy drives it for fun. But in the video, it's funny because Adams like are, you know, are you frayed of the Flint wall? What do you do? And he goes, oh, I just take it easy at this hill-climb event because it's just kind of a parade lab, but he goes put at the revival is when I really drive it. And I was like. Was also some interesting stuff to me of the revival that now Thai Thai technologies got so much better..

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"thai thai" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

GSMC Technology Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"Just I don't know they they seemingly are lacking funds even though their market cap is that fifty seven billion what that does actually doesn't seem very high, very high for a company that makes cars of that price. So yeah, it is is what it is with tesla according what Elon Musk is more worried about. I, I saw a report earlier actually on ESPN the sporting sports outlet I actually heard about the actually heard about this company is called the boring company and is a company that you know must started for build tunnels. And he now apparently it's coming out and saying, he's going to build this tunnel from east Hollywood to Dodger Stadium to help with traffic problems. So he's going to be able to build this tunnel and put electric cars down there, electric vehicles. They'll shuttle people from the this subway station to Dodger Stadium to try and evade traffic, which means. Great. That's great idea. And he says, he wants to build a big tunnel system in Los Angeles anyways to try and help traffic, and I'm like, okay, great. You try to build a submarine to help the kids in Thailand, which would have been great to, but they didn't use it. Didn't use it you. You spent all his money on the RND research and development and testing of it and building up at manufacturing of it. I mean, oh, you did it very quickly. I saw the reports of that like a week and then a week later he had the tub marine was done, and then obviously he'd never bay Thailand. The kids were able to get out by the excellent work from those seals out there in that came from various different countries. I think there was. From Europe and also some from Australian and tie. There were a few Thai Thai seals as well that were though there to help get those children out. I mean, that was I remember that. What was that few weeks ago that happened. That was a quite those quite the experience kinda hearing at hearing it time by minute. By minute. I was we're getting alerts here from CNN from all these different things. All these outlets on the radio. Okay. One kids out. Okay. That was three kids out. Now. There's no way to the next day. And there's, I mean, they had guys. They had seals that were in the cave with the kids for like five days to keep them to keep them calm and everything. And then obviously having to get them out is crazy. I mean, yet keeping the key keeping kids calm like that in narrow waters underwater with the Breathalyzer on like that just is insane. But you can give a little golf clouds, he'll unless we're trying to help it out a little bit. Obviously the the submarine wasn't going to work that much anyways. In those tight. You see what the kind of they give you a little map of the route those those seals had to take to get to that, whether it's kids aware that that was not going to happen, that big submarine was not going to fit fit around those corners. Yeah, you could've put the kid in there, but. They were able to get the kids out. Oh, I guess old fashioned way with a with the scuba care, it was scuba gear or some sort of a Breathalyzer they use to get the help. Those kids get out of there. But that's just one, Tim, you'll Emma's trying to get involved again trying to help the world. I mean, yeah, that's great. But I mean now you're worried about your worried about building tunnels in Los Angeles or California, which seeming doesn't seem like the best investment based off of the earthquake issue that we have here in the state in the fact that at any any point. But like. It is scientifically said that Los Angeles will eventually become an island in the next. I mean. Thousands of years. I mean, God willing obviously. But I mean, just it's funny that I mean, yeah, he wants to build some tunnels and make it a better. I'm all for better metro systems, but it's tough when you have a fault lines everywhere and let me know what the catacombs Los Angeles even looks like. You never know leave it to you on musk and his team to excavate it and dig it out. He's a, he's a little hot water right now. I think you'd be. I think he'd be more worried about that as SEC, inquiry and investigation..

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"thai thai" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on JKNews

"That's tied to a chair and she can't move anywhere. Yes, something is going to be having a brace bracelet or anklet for Zimmer beige. I was. You could go anywhere. They'll just electric. Exactly. And she put her in a hot one of those padded room hospitals. I commit her in there may this is bullshit and is crazy. That's why I'm never going to kiss. They're not gonna go to no fucking child daycare. They're not gonna even go to schoo-. It'd be so school. What is it. I'm putting a body ause. I already pictures kids. It's fucking nodded hair and they, they speak knowing lists. They just run. They build the mud hut. The back. This is how children's should be their feet are all black. Calloused would go be healthy. It was crazy. 'cause that's sixteen months old. He had only been there for a month and not even abused. So the other kids issues watching this fine. Well, that's the only one that is being reported. They all pause us just like, fuck this kid in particular, like maybe he was crying and that's what like, oh, thank you. He might have been the first one there maybe town that's like David. So unlucky cool gave it would have been that Kidman. Himself though. Oh, cool. I don't trust nobody. I don't know if I can take care of my kids. Sometimes she don't got a choice though, but I do. You do the job. No one wants to leave. That's why they have Majer. I rather live in a car, be homeless, and wait until my kid is strong enough or annoys the fuck outta me, and then they're gone. Either or so within two days sixteen you're ready to be a dad if they're sixteen and ready to fend for themselves, go on your way buck in that. This is the real world live in a car till sixteen through the kids, six kids sixteen, whether no, we're going to go around. We're going to go. Yeah. And then granpar- Katie milk, you know, just going to be around for sixteen years. We're going to go around. We're going to put me on a woman. We're going to beat around, you know. Smart street smarts. They're going gonna, have a mole it. I already picture with that book in Mola. One point is God. Yup, it's going to be an old gene. Everything. In Gotcha. Knows news what shoes. Oh, no. Go. Okay, cool. Thank God, no right admitted by pad Thai Thai. Yeah, or line extra lemon lime extra. A woman has been arrested after biting, another woman's nose off during a fight. Oh, shoot, you. Why would you want to eat someone else's Bill? Both hers? How do you even get that close? Probably like all like all wrestling. And then like she felt helpless. She was just like. Wrestle symptoms. You're just like dishes. You're just like this close in shit, frustrated and helpless oil wrestling in, like bikinis and stuff like usual, we've gotta watch videos out. You gotta make sure it's not anything that's video. That's rude. Wipes right here. Do I want to wash it with your wife is right to your DMC. Cal. That's so rude, but we don't want you with you get the engine starting. I'm saying, oh, I'm not good enough folks. Know your engine started because I know you like lesbian shit. Oh, yeah. That's our engine getting you always does. It just makes me a while. So lucky GIO. She's a class lawnmower. Okay. So the six we've been, this lady's name is Jessica. She's the forty one years old to go from Texas. Great for forty one by the way. No. Sheep got bit back. No, she's the one that bid look at her cheeks bit. A large portion of the victims knows who they're referring to us Tatyana offense, swallowed it. Oh, my, you know that bitch is crazy..

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"thai thai" Discussed on The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on The Bangkok Podcast | Expat Life In Thailand Via Expats from Canada

"T. because he's got above fifty pounds of amulets around his neck of all different sizes of all different shapes. Just hanging off. This guy's neck pulling his spine towards the ground, bending his skeletal structure out of order. I kind of look at these guys, and I think dude, really is one not enough for. You do you, do you find? Do you find the silly at annoying or do you find it sort of like a charming cultural cork? I do. I know what you're talking about. I, you know the my university helmsey right next to, I think the biggest amulet market in Bangkok just on the map, it's called the amulet market like, so I'm, I'm, I'm near ta Tom maharaja which has tons of amulet shops and stuff. And I was saying, no other, I know they're popular and I think a lot of different type people might might have one ambulant or or so, but you're right occasionally, you just encounter these guys like wearing many amulets like, I don't know. I I, I don't think it's a fact statement, right? It must be. It must be like that. What does that mean? It doesn't mean that they're like true believers. Yeah. The the only thing I can think is that it's like if one is good seventy five must be way. Better. Right? Because right. Yeah, I don't know what's going on there. I don't know why like certain people, but it always seems to be some overweight, dude, slovenly looking dude. That's got like a ton of these amulets. I'm gonna go, I'm gonna go charming. You know, it doesn't make any sense to me. It doesn't make. I don't get it. I don't know what's going on there. I don't know if it's like, could it be a person who's recently had a lot of bad luck? So they've. You know that they're just piling up on the ambulance. I'm not sure what's going on there. Maybe maybe I got it gets us the tie quivalent of like when when you know the night before a big test, religious people in the west would be on their knees, hands clasped in front of their in front of the bed every night. Please Lord, let me, you know. So I- judging if you want to do that, that's fine. But yeah, I, I don't think it makes much sense. But at the same time I think it's charming. Therefore it has to fall into the love category. I think it's an interesting quirky, little element of Thai Thai society that you can't loathe. So rock to leave. So yeah, love I agree, right, right. I, although I will say if you ever meet up with me and I'm wearing more than say three amulets you could say something to me. No doubt, no doubt about that. So as we mentioned at the beginning of the show, we'd like to say, thank you to Ray for lending us his support at the show shadow level. And Greg, what did you find out about, right? Yeah. Was it turns out Ray lives in Florida, United States of America, and he loves to travel. He's been to Thailand twice, which isn't a big deal for him because he's obviously used to being uncomfortably hot and sticky all the time. So in our Email exchange back and forth, Ray said he was recently in Thailand, Cambodia and Japan with a bunch of friends, which sounds like a great trip, but I did some digging around and I found some receipts from his trip at all. This stuff is out there on the internet, you know. Wow. Yeah. And I found something strange about this trip that Ray went on. He paid for everything really all on his dime. Yeah. And I found that a little bit curious, so so I did some more digging and guess what Ray is loaded and you know why I have no idea why he's a songwriter and his biggest hit is a song that he wrote about himself Ray of light by Madan for real. That's the actual Ray who supports our show. He is the Ray of light to the Bangkok podcast, so good on your Ray. Keep cranking out those hits my friend and we'll let you buy a severe on your next trip to Thailand. We're look forward to that. Absolutely Ray. You is one. All right. Before we wrap up, I'd like to have a special things so Oliver patriots. As you know, we don't run ads or have sponsor for the show actually matters a lot to us and we read really do appreciate this more..

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"thai thai" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"thai thai" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Give the same ones garlic a lot of ranch a lotta Thai Thai Thai Thai and Colin, likes to churn noble, which is one of the, hottest one Yeah Yeah so that's what we. Get we get an order a, tots and we play pull tabs until we run out of. Money Friday they're great yeah I'm not. Gonna do this weekend what are you're not going? To do. This weekend last weekend I bought a bottle of wine and I promptly when I got out of my car pulled up. In the drive rolled I opened my passenger door to get my groceries out in it rolled out and. Broke underneath my car so I had to go get a broom sweep up the glass because I knew, when I pulled away I was afraid. I'd put my tire so not only do I. Not have. Wine I potentially have a flat tire but, you did what all of us would. Deal I went right back to the store Championship right they're done pretend. It didn't happen get a new bottle Ten minutes later the. Dudes like Mike, Mike? Yeah I'm. Not going to break. This one he's like So, now we we. Refreshed things on our show a couple of weeks. Ago and when we did that we did not we decided that we want to keep. Everything, fresh so we don't really repeat a lot of, stuff in the eight thirty half hour, anymore however we're, going to break our, own. Rule, because dawn we have to hear passing. Notes again Because in the second one let's. Play both of them but in the second one the the mytalk player that performs as. One, of your friends is downright high sterile so should, we roll that let's let's play ball Yeah you should have, told you, in advance. And my apologies okay so here we go these are, real notes though this isn't. Written by Arthur these are, real don's kept everything right on my notes from fifth grade till through high school. Their notes their friends so here's our first one Passing a, note passes, me notes..

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