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"tokyo hotel" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Let's see, let's do a couple more movies. Who played Doctor Who originally? They changed the roles too. Well, Doctor Who is like an alien being, so Doctor Who has to come back in the show. But the original actor... He keeps coming back as a new person, but he hasn't played him in this movie, though. Really? He hasn't played Doctor Who in the movie, yeah. Let's see, a few more movies. Perry. Perry, just come. Curse of the Fly, the third one. I've got a Whopper and a Big Mac TV right now. I'll tell you what, man, it's not bad. It's not bad. He commented that this is a great entertainment. Oh, he's fascinated with that. We were talking about it on the phone, the science of what you did. He was like, the science of it. How am I going to do this? And when I ate the buns by themselves off the Big Mac, like I said, they're their own entity. You don't realize how bad those buns are until you eat one by itself. You said that it wasn't like real bread. It's not. It's got a thicker consistency to it. This is why it lasts. That's why it doesn't turn green. It doesn't get moldy. When you eat it by itself, it's just weird. It has a weird texture to it. But that's leading up to Luther. The Luther this month, guys. That's right, the Luther. I never laughed so hard is the last time you put that on. Last year I ate, too, a Big Bubba. You know everybody, Big Bubba's going to be commentary. He's going to do the commentary again. Everyone loved Big Bubba. And the Luther is the king of sandwiches. Absolutely, king of Thanksgiving sandwiches. Often imitated, never duplicated. Have you stuck any green bean casserole in there? I have. Whatever you have. Whatever I have. And it all goes into a sandwich. You know what I did one year? I called it the Luther 2.0. I took stuffing, because I make the greatest stuffing. I'll give you my recipe. Off the air. It's the greatest stuffing recipe ever. And I put them, I pressed a waffle, a stuffing waffle. I did two of them. And I built the Luther in between the stuffing waffles. It was so good. I'm getting an attack right now. And I used the gelled gravy with mayo. Oh, it's... You took a waffle, an actual waffle. No, I took a waffle maker, right? The press, like a waffle press. You pressed the stuffing into it. And I put the stuffing in and I pressed it, yeah. And I had two thick stuffing. That's actually pretty cool. But you used white bread? Oh, yeah. No, I used potato bread, actually. Does it disappear? This has been finely crafted. Yeah, I understand that. There's definitely a technique to eating it, too. Yeah. With minimum spillage. And the thing is, literally, it's like six, seven inches tall. High. When I saw you eating it, I said, your whole desk is going to be a mess. And it wasn't. I was like, whoa. I've mastered the Luther. I've mastered the Luther. Is the Luther coming? You could eat a Luther on a subway coming home from work. I could see you doing it. I mean, again, I've mastered how to eat this thing. You can eat it while driving. That would be a test. I don't think I'd want to put anybody at risk for the Luther, though. Because if it came down to hitting somebody or dropping the Luther, well, I'm getting sued. That could be the next Internet craze. People eating the Luther, writing a news cycle. Oh, yeah, the TikTok craze. Yeah, let's do the Luther while you're driving. What if he makes a Luther with another, like a burger? Is that sacrilege? Fucking penalty box, you heathen! Penalty box. Are you kidding me? What? Put a burger in the Luther? It is meat with turkey. I might give him a double miner for that. He might get a double miner for that one. You're going to get competition for that. He's going to do it. Good. If he does that, he'll get a one-show suspension. He's sleeping. He'll get a one-show suspension. I think he pissed him off. Ooh, that's the uppity Italian look. Who pissed who off? He threw a burger in with a Luther. He looks like the Godfather right there. Is Lou withholding on us? Is he withholding right now? He's about to sing. He's looking off into the distance like he doesn't hear us. Uh-oh. He's reaching for something. Lou has removed himself from the show. He's going to try and get back on and the computer will crash. He removed himself from the show. We thought your computer would crash. He just grunted. No. He just grunted into his microphone. No. Let's go back to these movies. Entertain me. Entertain me, yeah. Oh, come on. Let me see. The IPCRIS file. Yeah, that was a good one. That was with Michael Caine. Michael Caine. Michael Caine. I'm Michael Caine. Hey, hey, I got this one. Terrible impersonations of Michael Caine. It does the Terrence. Jesus. Just a little bit there, love. Just a little bit. That's much better than what Mark did. Yeah, I'm not good. Dr. Goldfoot in the bikini machine. How are you getting this from? Vincent Price, Frankie Avalon. Oh, yeah. What the hell? So that's like Beach Blanket Bingo meets Dr. Fives. Yeah, kind of like that. I prefer Beach Banket Bingo. Beach Banket Bingo. All right, who got movies? Give me a movie. Cat Ballou with Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin. The hard-drinking Lee Marvin. Yeah, what do you got, Mark? Family, I don't have anything. The Devil's Mistress. In the Old West, a female vampire preys on unsuspecting cowboys. That sounds kind of cool, actually. Die Die, My Darling. It's supposed to be like Fast and the Killers. So there's all these die movies. Die Die Pussycat. The Bloody Pit of Horror. Drive-in movie. A photographer and models go to an abandoned castle to shoot some sexy covers for horror novels. Unbeknownst to them, the castle is inhabited by a lunatic who believes himself to be the reincarnated spirit of a 17th century executioner. That's a plot. And by picking an executioner as a character, they don't have to worry about vampire royalties. Yeah, that's right. And let's do a couple more. I'm out of your way. I exhausted my list. All right, let me just bring up one more. I know it's in a libido. Ooh. A young man visits his ancestral home accompanied by his guardian and their respective wives, where he is plagued by the memories and influence of his murderous, psychosexual father. Whoa. Psychosexual father. They were right on the borderline of Grindhouse back then. The invasion of Astro Monster, right? Let me see. One more good one. Frankenstein versus Baragon. Yeah, the end of World War II. Germans transport the immortal heart of Frankenstein's monster to Japan, when it's seemingly lost in the bombing of Hiroshima. Years later, a wild boy is found, born from the immortal hearse. This is more fun than music. Wait, so, Scott, the heart wasn't transplanted into the body of a boy. It just mutated. It just mutated, yes. So the heart of one boy grabbed little arms, little legs came out. From atomic, just the way Godzilla was created. Atomic energy and all that stuff, yeah. Yeah. All right, let's see. I'm going to do the top 10 this week in 1965. I can't believe I found this, by the way. This shit gets hard to find sometimes. Number 10 this week in 1965. I'm serious. We should think about a movie kind of side podcast. You never know, right? It would be all about the movies I've never seen. I'll just sit here like an idiot. That's because you don't want to research. I know. I'll watch them. Number 10 this week in 1965. 1-2-3 by Len Barry. 1-2-3. Number 9. This might be one of the greatest videos ever made because of one girl, okay? If you've never seen it, you have to see Hang On Sloopy by the McCoys. You have to see the video. This girl is one of the most naturally gifted girls I've ever seen in a video. And this is from 1965. I don't know what happened between then and now, but you just don't see this type of girl anymore. I don't know what it is. Now you've got to send us the video. Smoking. Absolutely smoking. When you see the video. Oh, and she's just like a perfect 10 almost. Number 8 this week in 1965. Remember, Hang On Sloopy. Watch the video. You'll know exactly what I mean. As soon as the girl enters the frame, you can't take your eyes off her. Number 8 this week in 1965. Positively 4th Street by Bob Dylan. Number 7 this week in 1965. You're the One by the Vogues. Number 6 this week in 1945. Roy Head in the Trail singing Treat Her Right. Number 5 this week in 1965. Everybody loves a clown. Gary Lewis and the Playboys. Yeah, they had a lot of hits out here. Number 4 this week in 1965. Keep on Dancing by the Gentrys. Box watching the video. I can't find the video. The girl was called Lisa Leonard Dalton. She was known as Sloopy Girl. Oh yeah, there's a reason. I came up with something. Deconstructing a Myth. The Sloopy Girl Dancer. I'm telling you, she has her own following. She mesmerized me. She was a blonde. Yeah, but she was that girl. I did find it Mark. Oh, send it to me. All right. While Scott does his Top 10, we'll watch it. Number 3 this week. Yeah, that's fine. She's worth it. The Sloopy Girl is worth it. Number 3 this week. If anyone was going to bump me, I'd let the Sloopy Girl bump me. I'm telling you. She's kind of up there in my iconic women, like with Carly Simon's mouth. She's pretty sloopy. I'm telling you. That's one sloopy white girl. I'd like to hang on to that sloopy. She's a sloopy white girl. She's a sloopy white girl. I'm going to use that in my daily life. There you go. Way to bring it full circle. That's one sloopy white girl. There you go. Way to bring it full circle. That's how you're supposed to finish a joke. Finish a show and bring it back. All the way around. And don't do a bad British accent. That's right. Number 3 this week in 1965. Get off my cloud, the Rolling Stones. Number 2 this week in 1965. A lover's concerto by The Toys. Oh, yeah. That's a classical piece. It's a concerto. And number 1 this week in 1965. No surprise here. Yesterday by the Beatles. Fuck that Paul. I don't get up any of that. John can be jealous, but he got 50% of the song. Yeah, that's true. I forgot about that. So maybe he was probably like, okay, great song, but I'm getting paid. All right, let's get into This Day in Music. We can ride along. This Day in Music. This show was like a slow train leaving the station. It was a clusterfuck at the beginning. It started very contentious. Yeah, you too. You too was here? I just told the truth and got put in a penalty box. That's what I did. Yeah, well, it's because. Very draconian of you. Yes, that's right. Just face it, you're a flea in the circus. Count draconian. You're a flea in Scott's circus. That's right. On this day in 2015, Taylor Swift was being sued for $42 million for allegedly stealing the lyrics to her hit song from 2014, Shake It Off, which topped the music charts around the world. R &B singer Jesse Bram claimed in legal papers Swift stole the words from the song he wrote in 2013 called Haters Gone Hate. I'm sure they settled that out of court. 2012, on this day in 2012, Metal Hammer magazine published a list of top 10 rock and heavy metal mustaches ever. The list included mustaches worn by the likes of Frank Zappa. All the members of Black Sabbath except Austin. Tony had the best. James Hetfield. Lemmy. Wait, wait, James Hetfield had a mustache? Ah, his was bullshit. He had a Fu Manchu. He had like a Fu Manchu thing for a little while. Lemmy placed Freddie Mercury was at the top of the list. He had a tickler. Jesus. I'm going to go back to reading about Boyz II. Boyz II Cold had a lot of mustaches too. Yeah, they did. They really did. On this day in 2008, US drummer and singer Jimmy Carl Black died. He was a member of the Keys, the Soul Giants, the Mothers of Invention, and Jimmy Carl Black and the Manish Boyz. He also worked with Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Doors, Joe Cocker, Grateful Dead, and the Turtles. This, okay. I'm just going to say this. On this day in 2008, Shakir Stewart shot himself dead in the bathroom of his home in Atlanta. He worked as a music promoter and was vice president of Def Jam Music Group. He signed Rick Ross, Karina Pageant, Ciara, Young Jeezy, and worked with LL Cool J and Naz. On this day in 2007, winners at this year's MTV Music Awards held in Munich, Germany, included Avril Lavigne, who's named Best Solo Artist, and her song, Girlfriend, was voted Most Addictive Track. Addictive Track. Not even a read. Might as well. Muse won two awards for Best UK and Ireland Act and Best Headliner Act. Linkin Park won the award for Best Band of 2007. The German band Tokyo Hotel took the prize for Best International Act. Amy Winehouse won the Artist's Choice Prize, an award chosen by her fellow musicians, and the Ultimate Urban Prize went to R &B singer Rihanna. I'm telling you, Amy Winehouse was a pretty little thing. Umbrella. Okay. On this day in 2004, a man who allegedly stalked Australian pop star Natalie Imbruglia was deemed too mentally ill to be interviewed by police. A 44-year-old fan was arrested after turning up on the doorstep of the singer's $2 million home in Berkshire after flying to London from Australia. That's a good defense. I'm too crazy to be interviewed. That's a great defense. All that for one song. I heard the way he tried to sexually assault her, and when the judge asked him, how do you plead, he says, I plead insanity. Because I'm crazy over that girl. Luke got it. She must be blind so she cannot see what is being done. She must be adept so she cannot hear what is being done. I see Frank Glenn as a judge. You come into my car. Oh, this is bad. This isn't a good one. It was a sad day on this day in 2004. 61-year-old Terry Knight, former manager of Grand Funk Railroad, was murdered at his home in Killeen, Texas. Blue, you talked about this. We were talking about him on Sunday. Yeah, Knight was defending his daughter during a domestic disturbance when he was stabbed by her boyfriend. That's right. Donald Allen Fann. Knight began his music career by leading a Michigan band called Terry Knight and the Pack was good. A Billboard Top 50 hit with I Who Have Nothing. He also produced a band, Blood Rock, that had the number 36 hit, DOA. Did you ever hear that, Scott? Did you ever hear that song, Scott? Oh, I did. Is it the most depressing song ever written in some lyrics? It's the first person to count on someone dying. They're in an accident. It's wild. It's like the most depressing song ever written, isn't it? Yeah, it's creepy. It's more creepy than, it's not like season in the sun, but it's very morbid. It's very metal. It's very sanguine. It's very sanguine. Really. On this day in 2003, organizers of the MTV Europe Awards reunited 500 screamers, recruited 500 screamers to attend this year's event. The music lovers were selected at an audition held in Edinburgh, Prince Street, guns. About 1,500 pop mad teenagers and adults screamed themselves hoarse in a bid to get their hands on a ticket to the exclusive event. Yoko would have won that 20 times. Oh, she would have cleaned the crowd out. They would have just all walked on that one. Don't even bother trying. This kid's pretty cool. On this day in 2000, Robbie Williams offered to donate his bone marrow to save a fan's life after meeting leukemia sufferer Joanna McVicar. Williams asked his fans to sign up as potential donors after being told of the desperate shortage of male donors. Wow. That's the dude that drives fucking Jimmy Page crazy. That's right. Next door neighbors. Yeah. Fighting over hedges and stuff right on the heights of your hedges or something. Yeah, which she's the one, right? Which was a song originally written by. She's the one. For Springsteen. No. World party. World party. What's his name? Oh. Carl Wallinger. Carl Wallinger. Carl Wallinger, yeah. That's a great, I like that version better than Robbie Williams. It's a great song. It's like whoever sings it. It's one of those songs. It's a great song. She's the one. But when world party does it, that's the original. It's just so good. Hey Lou, don't you think that Jimmy Page could like call Aleister Crowley to do something about that? We talked about him. You could put an X on him. Yeah, I don't know why he hasn't. This is relevant for today. This is relevant for today. On this day in 1997, Scandinavian Dance Pop Act, and I remember this aqua, started a four week run at number one in the UK singles shot. This shot is in American too. With Barbie Girl, a massive worldwide hit. The singles sold more than 8 million copies. She's a Barbie girl in a Barbie world. You couldn't go anywhere without hearing it. What year was that again? It's 97. That's the year I got out of the Air Force. It was the 80s. Was it used in the Barbie movie? Yeah. Scott's not going to see that Barbie movie any time soon. I think he has. I bought a ticket and I sat and I watched it. You would. No, I'm joking. On this day in 1990. That would be creepy if I sat in the theater alone watching a Barbie movie. Perry Dedovitch, the AI, said one song she didn't write. And that'll leave her earlier. Is that what it is? Is that what he commented on it? Yeah. And then he's got a whopper and a big Mac TV. Just remember Bob Snow. Godspeed. He brought that up earlier. He's got tentacles out all over the web. He does. His fingers are like giant. Squeeze. Like octopus fingers. On this day in 1990, American session musician and arranger Ray Polman died of heart failure at the age of 60. He's credited with being the first electric bass player in Los Angeles studios in the 1950s. He was a member of the wrecking crew. Not to be confused with the wrecking too. No. You know why he left the wrecking crew? I think he became the musical director on Shindig. Ah. And then what's-her-name sat in for him. Oh. Okay. Okay. Okay. Right. She had to replace him. All comes full circle. You guys get to get t-shirts. Perry has to make you t-shirts. The wrecking too. Dude. Yeah. Yeah. I'm going to design it though at work. Yeah. Do it. The wrecking too. I want one of those too. Nice. Somewhere you have to save milk crates and turntables on it. Sure. Self-promoting. Luke. He's getting all managerial, man. It's not my show. I just got my finger on the penalty box. He's going to whip out a cigar and just go. Yeah. I just want the name of the show on the shirt you're wearing. Guys. You want a cigar, guys? No. But I'm dead serious. You should design a shirt saying the wrecking too. That would be awesome. I'm on it. That would be awesome, man. Yeah. And then people say like, what does that mean? I'll be like, don't you know? Why don't you know it? Why don't you know what it means? You don't listen to milk crates and turntables? What? Yes. Who the fuck are you? Why are you talking to me? You know what? I'm supposed to. You're nobody. You're nothing. And you're from no fucking where? You're nobody from nowhere. So I wanted to, um, I, I, okay. So this guy, this guy that I met at the church concert a couple of weeks back. You go to the church? Wow. Battle of Menti. This guy, Philip Battle of Menti sent me a thing on Facebook saying, Hey, I, you know, I met you at the concert. I'm going to listen to you, to your podcast. I meant to mention it with the beginning, but you guys, so Philip, I'll mention them next week, but you guys just, you ruined it for him because I was, I was going to mention his name right at the beginning of the podcast. So Philip, it's their fault. It's the Wrecking Twos fault. It's not my fault. You were all, your brain was all corn flakes tonight. You were just like popcorn.
"tokyo hotel" Discussed on What's the 311
"Welcome to the song and travel podcast. Oh, my travel podcast is Tokyo, Japan. The reason I'm doing Tokyo is Japan period is because when my baby was a little girl, she would always say, are you ever gonna take me to Japan like she was fascinated with the cherry blossom trees and stuff that she was seeing in Japan so this is why I'm doing Tokyo Japan so here's a few places you can go in Tokyo, Tokyo national museum. The temple. The imperial palace, the national museum of emergency science and motivation. Tokyo metropolitan government building gins. So James is like, you know, and New York, we have a Fifth Avenue, and in London have powers. So Jin's ginza is like that. You have to eat the Tokyo museum. You have the Tokyo sea life park. You have the Tokyo tower. So those are some things you can see actually in Tokyo, Japan. So let's see where you gonna be dining at. Any one second. So you have the you could dine at the honey toast, cafe, you could die not the bar rhythm. You could dine at the gym so 300 bar you can. You could dine at teas ten ten Tokyo station. You can dine at the heart of hearts. Fill those with some places that you can dine at so Tokyo has hotels, but their hope tells Tokyo to me is like the hotels are all 5 star hotel so you got the four season hotel in Tokyo. You get the grand hot Tokyo hotel. You got the imperial hotel. You got the park Hyatt Tokyo hotel. Hotel in Tokyo. And you got the capital hotel in Tokyo. So those are places. You can actually stay. So yeah. Go out and visit Tokyo, Japan, tell me what you think I haven't been at all. I don't know if I'm going to ever go. I told my baby, I'll take her, but then again, my baby, she probably gonna wind up taking herself so those are things you can actually do. And they have a lot of festivals in Tokyo, they have to sing song, festival, they have culture day, they had the emperor's birthday, they have a national foundation day, they got the art fear and Tokyo to anime and Japan. So yeah, go check it out. Tell me what you think. And I'd like to thank you for listening to sunny trial podcast, please get a 5 star review on speaker Spotify or heart video. Wherever you listen to your podcast that please share, please follow me at esso and I a 9 7 9 5 Instagram. Sonia Santiago, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube. Please follow my sunsets on Instagram, please listen to his album on Apple. And Spotify, please follow this young lady TJ VU lc, please read her book, black girl and orange. Please follow miss Carr on Instagram. She does affirmations every day. In a once again, oh, please listen to king's flex album..
A Lonely Olympics for Athletes Competing to Be Champions
"The Olympics are going to turn into a covid super spreader event. The city is under a state of emergency, and athletes say it all feels a little lonely. Here's NPR's Leila Fadel Emiliano Basso is a reserve field hockey goalkeeper from Argentina. He's in the hallway of his Tokyo hotel. This is where he's staying separated from his team in the Olympic Village. It's just him the reserve goalkeeper for the women's team and a couple Argentinian handball players. We took a bit it we don't have a more interactions. Between as they're confined to their rooms when they aren't at practice to limit possible infections. So this is his day, wake up in the morning and get very fast and it's inside the room. And they get taxi to go to a practice. Back to the hotel and get psyched to go to practice. I'm like silica gel and then the same. Well, today's you eat dinner were am dinner inside the room. So everything by yourself? Yes. Despite the difficulties, the separation from his team the 25 year old is ecstatic is fair Olympic. It's fantastic. Are you excited? Yes, yes, I'm really happy. When we finished chatting, he walks to his room with a Japanese newspaper and a translation app to keep him company for the night. Being an Olympic athlete this summer means little fanfare and lots of isolation. Foreign Spectators are banned. Japanese fans whose tax dollars largely paid for these games can go to events either Save a few venues outside Tokyo so athletes will see selfie videos of fans at their competitions. And here recorded sounds of cheers like this from the first U. S women's soccer match with Sweden this week. Echoed in a cavernous, empty stadium meant for tens of thousands of cheering supporters. When the sweets walked off the field winners, there was silence except for the applause of three team officials holding a Swedish flag.
Japan, Tokyo And Olympics discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"The region has long been dominated by US stralia and their allies Florida circuit court judges suspended some looming recount deadlines, but not the sweeping really Democrats had wanted the deadline for recounts still applies for the US Senate races. It still is on with the exception of Palm Beach. Democrats say they will file another lawsuit. First lady, Melania, Trump is demanding the ouster of national security advisor, John Bolton's top deputy mayor record Al apparently, she didn't like the way her security detail was handled on her trip to Africa last month for the second straight year. Donald melania. Trump will not be attending the Kennedy Center honors celebrating cultural achievement the White House. Also saying. Not likely to see any winners of the national medal of arts or sciences announced either this is as the Trump's continue to distance themselves from arts and sciences communities. Local news twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Juliette? Ed, thanks so much. Let's get by conversation with. Yes. Because CEO of wisdom, tree investments in Japan. We've been talking about the third quarter numbers that came through out of Japan today GDP, but I could pick up again in the fourth quarter and some of the other risks to the Japanese economy. Yes. But what do you think the bureau J can do now because we still have the sales tax hike flavored for October next year as well. Meaning that till we could still have to see a little bit of supportive policy. Absolutely. I mean, the Bank of Japan is decoupling from the Federal Reserve, I expect that we would see no changes to the interest rate policy from Japan really onto well past the Tokyo twenty twenty Olympics, and you put your finger on the pulse. Here the issue is fiscal policy. The consumption tax will go up in October two thousand nineteen so prime minister is now putting together a budget some fiscal policy to actually counter the drag from next year's tax side with additional spending you mentioned the Olympics in Japan in two twenty twenty as many as forty related sites have to be constructed including a new national stadium, and they are running into a problem right now with a shortage of workers, they're having to bring in folks, I believe five hundred thousand. From places like, Vietnam and Philippines. I'm wondering first of all if it's going to be sufficient now or whether we're going to find. Japanese authorities in a situation where they have to allow more workers in and secondarily, yes, but whether this is the thin end of the wedge as it were in redefining immigration policy. No, absolutely Japan is opening up. They have no choice. Like you point out. The war for talent in Japan is just intensifying and Joff the construction industry and some of the low end jobs, you find that some of the leading companies like he touchy or Toyota starting to have problems procuring engineers. And so, you know, prime minister Ave is putting together or pragmatic immigration policy. The changes did pass parliament. And I think slowly. But surely, you will see Japan becoming more diverse and more often immigrant country and to that end. How much of a boost is the twenty twenty Olympics gift to Japan just forward-looking when we are getting a lot of speculation that the global economy could hit that slowdown in two thousand twenty. Yeah. The construction boom is going on here. You know, I think that over. All the booze from the Olympics will be about one percent of GDP, and you may have seen that the accedes not just Tokyo, but some of the regional economies, for example, the sailing events, you know, he's going to be held somewhere in the regions of Japan. So you know, yes Tokyo is the main beneficiary of the Olympics. But some of the other parts of the country will also get their shot in the arm. So presumably in twenty twenty there's going to be a huge influx of tourists coming to Japan. But how is it the tourism industry right now? Oh, fantastic. I mean, you know, you find that the occupancy rates at the hotels are running in the high nineties, I mean, literally ninety five ninety eight percent if you wanted to get a room in one of the Tokyo hotels for the next couple of months. I mean, you would have to stand in line and queue up. And if you are paying in US stolas one hundred thirteen eighty three to the della intensive Jan, yes. Because always great to get your insight. Thanks so much for joining us CEO Wisden trae investments out of tikey there for us coming up. We'll take you through the market action. We have been seeing a little bit more subdued action coming through in Asian markets today. The ethics two hundred in Australia. One of the west performance down by one point three percents and good buying coming through in the EMC