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"tomio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:50 min | Last month

"tomio" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The discovery of jonah by sir walter raleigh. Although as i am persuaded deonna cannot be entered that way yet. No doubt the trade of gold from thence it by branches of rivers into the river of amazon's and so it death on every hand far from the country itself for those indians of trinidad have plates of gold from ghana and those cannibals dominika which dwell in the islands by which are ships pass yearly to the west indies. also the indians of perria. Those indians called to curry's choji apple. Tomio cumana go tos. And all those other nations inhabiting near about the mountains that run from pari a thorough the province of venezuela and in morocco pana and the cannibals of guana pa. The indians called asa. Why coca i j and the rest. All which shelby described in my description as they are situate. Have plates of gold of jonah and upon the river of amazon's the vet right that the people wear croissants of gold for of that form the guangan's most commonly make them so as from dominika to amazon's which is above two hundred fifty leagues. all the chief indians. All parts where of those plates of jonah undoubtedly those that trade with amazon's return much gold. Which as is aforesaid columnist by trade from jonah by some branch of a river that followed from the country into amazon's and either it is by the river which passed by the nation's called his nato's kerry puna i made inquiry amongst the most ancient invest traveled of the orinoco caponi and i had knowledge of all the rivers between can amazon's and was very desirous to understand the truth of those warlike women because of summit is believed of others. Not and though. I digress from my purpose yet. I will set down that which has been delivered me for truth of those women and i speak with a cacique or lord of people that told me he had been in the river and beyond it. Also the nation's of these women are on the south side of the river in the provinces of taipei go and their chief est strengths and retracts are in the island. Situate on the south side of the entrance. Some sixty leagues within the mouth of the said river. The memories of the like women are very ancient as well in africa. As in asia in africa those that had medusa for queen others inside the ah near the rivers of today's and third madan. We find. also that lambeau marcy..

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"tomio" Discussed on "The Forum" Celebrity Podcast

"The Forum" Celebrity Podcast

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"tomio" Discussed on "The Forum" Celebrity Podcast

"And sank that as we segue an ingenious way. Your friend Ron. Fuller. He has a great book that's out Ron Fuller Welsh brutus and we were laughing 'cause we did a podcast the other day with Ron that a tiger was actually seen. In, Knoxville Tennessee and it was seen and they still haven't caught it and they don't know what happened to it, and if it goes into the I told I told Ron the best thing that can happen you as if it goes into the smoky mountains and never found I said that could be the best thing. So and Ron Please get his book as well as we do shameless plug. Brutus as we've been marketing that as well. Ron is such a good friend and we we love to death but last question I don't want take too much of your time Mick. What will lead Akimbo Bronze Book Phone Oh sure yeah. Robert was a mentor for me in. Nineteen Eighty, eight, and eighty nine when I worked with him in Memphis, and then when Ronald when rob was the booker. So I've Ron doesn't think we've ever met I think we met once so but it was a long time ago when Robert Tomio Jacko I love I can't do justice to rob's voice you know. He's got that great voice. and. He told me his brother had a book was wondering if I could take a look at it. I thought it was going to be a memoir on I thought. Well, you know third generation wrestler promoters probably going to be a good book. So when it arrived, there was a novel I was Kinda surprised. No, I don't read many novels anymore. Yeah. Unfortunately I started reading them cynically when I became a writer. And I found I can only really enjoy the works of authors who had praised me for my. Otherwise. I was like college good writing Updike. You know writing about pros you know so. So I don't read novels like I used to one time. I was really fast reader of novels but once I got into the book as Oklahoma this guy knows how to create characters. Taller by Ron, and so he obviously has you know you can tell people what the plot is in one sentence and it's a great plot light biggest lion the known in captivity gives us loose in the smoky mountains. Yeah. That's a cool plot but it's the characters that ron creates surrounding the plot of that. Make it work. So I, I just people go out there I think it would make a great movie I know Ron said one reviewer. Know compared it favorably to jaws sal me that was you. Yeah Lawrenson I did a review now everyone's taking it so but yeah, I, am what's funny is Jim Cornet thank you jim well, obviously loves you but Jim gave us some really great plugs. Thank you so much Jim you're very kind even though a lot of people don't think. That you were very kind to me and to Florence A, we appreciate it. But Jim had said you know what I I'm not scared of JAWS I don't go in the water I'm scared of Bruce because the I'm on Land Iga me wherever I walked wherever he was. So so so I thought that was really good but rond great book last. Question I don't want to take too much time Make a wonder what are some of the things that you're upcoming obviously Cova you had your? I. Love on Youtube seeing the your comedy circuit where you're going out talking about your career you're going on stage. Are there any dates that you have I? Notice you have some dates? Is it just kind?.

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"tomio" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Things. Commends positively really great things are happening. And a lot of places but. We met, and we like each other, and that was very important. The loss US North Korean summit in February, and it abruptly with no progress on resolving the dispute of Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions. Correspondent Laura bicker who's the voter says analysts are divided over the wisdom of Mr. Trump's latest meeting with Mr Kim. Hissy this handshake as a way of breaking barriers years decades of mistrust, that has existed between the United States North Korea. Yes, is what what but it's a what with a deeper. Meaning others are wondering whether President Trump's approach is a bit frivolous. Whether we're putting denuclearization to the back burner. His approach has been very different in it's almost reality TV style, politics, as many people have termed it, but it's got as this far I think, here when it comes to people in Seoul, and certainly when it comes to president moons blue they have welcomed as approach protesters demanding civilian role in Sudan, have appealed for launch scale demonstrations today for weeks ago, security forces violently broke up protests in the capital tomb, killing dozens of civilians this report from Tomio Ladipo sedans opposition groups, expect today's demonstrations, to be the largest since the third of June. The military blamed the violence that broke up that day on in. Infiltrators among the protesters, despite multiple witness accounts accusing the security forces of being the attackers ahead of today's much the military's, again, warning of possible subatomic, even though it says it will provide protection for the demonstrators, but the protests groups complain of continued repression the sedan professionals association say security forces stormed at headquarters on Saturday and prevented a planned press conference from taking place. Police in Hong Kong have begun a big security operation to discourage renewed anti China protests in the run-up to Monday's aniversary of the handover the territory to Chinese rule. Hong Kong's main convention center has been sealed off access to the square outside is restricted well news from the BBC. The Saudi led coalition against who the rebels say it's intercepted to drones targeted. Saudi Arabia coalition statement said, one of the drones was heading towards a residential area in the southwestern region of and the other was bound for his own airport near the Yemeni border. People in our Bena will vote today in controversial local elections shadowed by as their rift between the country's two. Most powerful leaders the president Ilya matter had ordered the postponement of the polls, but his decree was rejected by the prime minister at Rama guy. Delauney reports albana's electoral commission has ruled that the polls should go ahead. Even though around half the candidates running unopposed, the United States has also indicated its support for holding the vote as scheduled the police will be bracing themselves for trouble. The opposition have been holding regular anti-government protests since February some of which have turned violent, they accuse Mr. ram of corruption vote-rigging and collusion with organized crime. Spanish officials say for as far as we started as a result of an intense heatwave burnt, an area of more than one hundred square kilometers afar that began in the central town of rock. Some Friday has now forced the. Accusation of another village. The authorities sent more than thirty craft and helicopters carrying thousands of liters of water to tackle the house. The South African two time Olympic champion runner custody. Semenya is competing later today in the Prefontaine Classic in California in want may turn out to be her last eight hundred liters raise Semenya has naturally, high levels of testosterone, and as recently easily outstripped her rivals and her primary distance earlier this year, she lost a legal challenge to international athletes rules that would force remodel athletes to regulate their to social levels. But she secured an injunction against the rules in June. BBC news. Six minutes past seven GMT. Welcome.

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"tomio" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"So you put those two things together, and you say to yourself, all my goodness steel is not doing well here, these companies are actually not doing well, the people that use steel for inputs are not doing well, we're not adding jobs. We're going to get into an election season and things could get really, really Harry here, because if no one's winning this trade war. Then we got a problem. And I'll just go back to if you're looking at it through the lens of the stock market. You're looking at the winner of this trade war altogether. Wrong, you know, investors at home. Are in your position. Karen where they're always long. They will always belong in their portfolios Brian, what do you do in this market environment? Well, I do normally where to like to do when things trade down into jurors I'd like to buy and buy when there's blood on the streets, even if it's your own. I'm actually not really buying anything right now because I think it could get materially worse. I think wouldn't shock me at all to see some positive trade rhetoric in a tweet somewhere that wouldn't surprise me. But I think each time we're going to have less and less bang for that tweet because companies are really are not disarray. That's the wrong word, but they're confused, and that makes them sort of tentative and tentative is a good thing for the economy. So I don't really do a lot. I don't panic and sell things, but I I'm going to wait and sit on cash. I think we will see a bigger downdraft to employ that cash quickpoint. I think this is really interesting to note this week, we had to really high growth, high valuation names. The text base we had workday. And we talked about it the other night, they reported in the stock sold off about five percent. I think it was kind of bounced a little bit over the last airshow show. But this is a company on a gap basis that loses a lot of money like a lot of these new issues that have come to market and have done very, very poorly. If you think about some of them, and I think it's interesting to see that if that were to top out with Paolo Alto networks. If there's also a darling, it's down an awful lot in a very short period of time when you start losing some of these darlings that people were just kind of dismissing valuation and dismissing gap losses. That sort of thing, that's one of the things you really don't wanna see when you see the five hundred which looks like it made a massive double top, or head and shoulders, or whatever you want, so you don't wanna lose those high sentiment kind of names. And I think we might be starting to lose those right now. All right. So where can you find value in today's market, who better to ask them? The dean of valuation himself Oswaldo to modern, he joins us from San Diego. Professor, thanks so much for being with us again. Thank you for having me. So let's start right off with where you're finding value. And you say go to the stocks that have exposure to. China, which is the they're the areas people are fleeing. I think we have to make a choice do in value. Do you want to you kind of have both in this market because he wants safety? There is no safe place in this market. You can by high dividend yield stocks, you can buy cash cashflows dogs. They're not going to provide the protection on price. So if you want, you got to go, where it's darkest and it's DACA straight now for companies that are most exposed to China, the Boeing's, the caterpillars in videos, the apples, and I agree with, with everybody on there, which is the market is pricing in an extended trade war, which means a Bindi. Stocks are not buying them for the Neo Tomio buying them for the long term, how much of a strong stomach you have. But that's what I look at. When people talk about this market, and they like to say, not just a value, but safety, when you say, high dividend stocks Jimmy the typical dividend payers, such as the consumer, Staples names partner. Are those stocks value in your view for no, the, the value, as long as you're okay?.

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"tomio" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Number one hit music station. Fred, Nancy are on. So we got into this last week conversation with a friend of mine, and we're talking about Italian beef sandwiches. A couple of weeks ago. And he's Johnny's you gotta go to Johnny's part for Italian beef. You got it's the best. It's the best in the city. Now I'm not trying to fight with people because there is. Beef. Hey, everybody. No, not not trying to get into that. But then he was like bought, you know, I grew up around there. And if you ever gonna take you there, then I'm gonna take you to alpine for an Italian sub we gotta have that. And then if you're if we're out there that we should go to our minds for pizza, and I suppose. Armand as suppose I've never been while we're doing this. I'll take you to gene and Jude's for the greatest hot dog in the world. So that is what this is become as in the next couple of weeks. We're gonna have like a tour food which will be Janis, pine armand's, gene and Jude's now for him though, he would argues the best, but he also argues. These are his neighborhood spas, so he grew up with these, so they may be the best. But they're also the ones that he has the most nostalgia for attachment to. But this is what I wanted to ask. Eight five five five nine three five is our number. If, if you were to go on a food tour of Chicago that included four three or four stops, only three or four and MSN. This makes any sense. You don't have to be breakfast. Lunch dinner, we look with. We're talking about a beef a sandwich. A pizza and a hotdog okay in this particular or the flu shots, Ben Ponzi. Oh, by the way, it's his list. No. But what would be on the list for you, and I have a feeling a lot of these places are going to include the places that you grew up with in your in your neighborhood. Because if I were I mean, because the places I can think of in my neighborhood. That I would take people or if I were to say like these places that I have a fond memory of our even great food places. I grew up with because he'll you to the meal, whatever. But who would what would it be for you? You're all timid Chicago food day would include and I'm getting a bunch of these, like my favorite. My favorite taco place came and say total Naoko hotel Neo. They don't have to narrow their Tomio catered are single to my apart. Did they did the Maya was?.

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"tomio" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

NFL Talking Heads

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"Injury risk than hitch my wagon to Tonio Brown being thirty one going into the season on a new team with a very inconsistent quarterback. And a lot of you know, a lot of volatility in that situation. I be happy with either one don't get me wrong. But for the sake of this this argument, I would rather have Odell Beckham. It's it's close. But I'd rather have. Yeah. Yeah. I think more. I think when we're talking about this Pacific example, I think we're similar with Tonio Brown discussed that in terms of where he is in the pecking order around number twenty right around the Mike Evans, Adam feeling calms. I think that we just slightly disagree on sounds like Oto Beckham more because I've seen what he's done last couple years, which is it's tough and seventeen season was completely hurt. But it's like at the same time. That's kind of how I feel like this is the kind of player he is like he is really good. He's also kind of hurt a lot. He doesn't score touchdowns because his offense can't scores. So I guess we're just probably further apart on Oto Beckham in this example that necessarily. But again like he he had ten plus ten or more touchdowns each of his first three seasons with ally. Manning in New York, and then he didn't play much into seventeen had six touchdowns in twelve game. So this is still guy who's going to get you ten touchdowns over a thousand receiving yards and over one hundred catches or ninety one hundred catches. So I don't know Ryan who's who side you land on with this with ODBC Antonio Brown. If you're picking an in the middle to end of the second round, and you can only pick one of those epic one of them who you taking. Yes, I'm going back because the reason that you know, I think that we consistently can can Markham in that area that it's been finishing in whereas Tomio, I'm. I just think in football that when people take time away from the try to come back, it usually disaster. So I am really well on Jon Gruden John expect openly I said earlier that I wanna see how and fills out the rest of their salary out in the rest of their new to that draft. I into make nothing much decisions. I so I think that I had with with how far down the Coliseum air seen on ground troops out too. Now, I see what I expect this. No. But I can see if I could proceed scenario where week sixty seven he starts completely shut it down because you get some new place. It's not any better. It's getting worse..

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"tomio" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"I think it's the Lloyd Kaufman. Michael hers soul, we put that in movies, and with Lee we like comedy, but we're both kind of a dark sense of humor. And I'm extremely. Publicly minded a as Oliver Wendell own said. He was on the supreme court the Justice. The man doesn't live until he really shares the actions and passions of his time and return to return to nuke alive, aka volume two is a lot of fun. It's very entertaining. But it's it's it can change the world. It's it's a deals with major major major societal teams which festivals like Toronto or or or the thing in New York. The one downtown Tribeca in Tribeca and the hand, you know, they're they're not interested in that their budgets to high. They have to play it safe. Hunky guys night of the chicken dead should have been in Tribeca. It's a New York movie for Becca supposed to support New York, independent filmmakers it was. Well, reviewed it was when it opened in New York the theater in which it play was the highest grossing theater in the in the in the nation, but Tribeca was afraid of it till years later two years later three years. Later. They showed a movie poultry guys is about zombie chicken Indians. It's about the disgrace of the fast food industry, the obliteration and torture of millions of chickens, and then weaves at into the history of the extermination of the American Indians, and among other things, but that God forbid, you know, that's too much for Tribeca. So two years later, they they do play a movie about his ambi- beavers writing, absolutely, no political content. But you know, it was kinda goofy. They played at midnight. And they wouldn't get fired for that. And they didn't take any chances, and that's been the Thome away. Then twenty years later after Tomio Juliet would shit. Again, got good reviews, but didn't get into any major festivals got into about twenty of the better quality science fiction festivals. But the the festival's that should have been playing it. We're we're afraid of it. And now James Gunn is the God of Hollywood. Right. Guardians of the galaxy which is a beautiful. And of course, twenty years later. The museum did a chase, boo. Festival Shakespeare series, and they had three Romeo and Juliet movies, Chris and one was buzz limb and one was rally and the most of the only one that fills up the room the auditorium, which is a big one the only one that filled up the museum about an odd. Sort of told him was told me and Juliet at four in the afternoon, the other ones where it's six o'clock and right across right? The point is we are making good movies when making movies that are entertaining and movies that candidate change the world, and and everything in traumas war. For example, we made that nineteen eighty seven and be MTA Motion Picture Association of America. Totally disemboweled it for no reason. Yeah, they let Bruce Willis's dead. Of die hard, his pigment. We die hard. Yeah. Thanks. They. That was no problem serious violence. There's no problem, but the trauma cartoony goofy cartoon violence, and they cut out punches. They cut out dead bodies. They cut up bullet hits. They told me they removed everything from our movie, and it was at a time when we had just had the toxic avenger class of nukem high. We had a couple of hits and and they they told him. So the fans when they saw the obliterated from his war in the fans would look like they're Bambi. And they were they thought we were selling out. Right. And then the few toothless old men that the veterans that showed up to see the movie traumas war. They were like what the hell is this this guy attached to the head the general pets that's Siamese twin it's? Guy in a corporate suit. You know, known Terry industrial complex, what kind of war film is this, you know, so they really they totally screwed us. And they did that for many companies, but most of the little companies the living studios had it. So they would go out of business and stupidly news on money. But they can't that doesn't put us out of business yet over where we're hanging on where we're hanging on by thread..

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"tomio" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on 790 KABC

"So. Former colleague here. Zillion barbara. Amen, brother. Tears me up. Really nice guys. You guys didn't do a damn thing for me. Anywhere going public with that. Yeah. It really did hear me out. And then, you know, I'm my girlfriend works on the show. She loves me and said you've got to watch the show today. And so I did you've ever watched sports at your house. That includes when you're married to the ball player. So thank you for all the well wishes, and you know, I just want to take everybody on the journey. And I know that we have a lot of women out there that have survived in that are going through it, and I've heard from hundreds and let me tell you. I mean when I say when I put it out there. I did not realize that because a lot of women don't do that. And you know, like I said every woman has their own journey. You can't. You know, whatever works for you. I mean, Robin quivers was not in the studio for a year. They she went she worked from her home while battling cancer and there were rumors and this and that, but I always knew and that and she came back, strong and cancer-free. So my thought was well if that ever happened to me, and if I going through this with Debra Tate 'cause I found Dr Mems ick. Through my friend. Kathleen, we were researching the best for dab. And she said I found this woman, and I did due diligence research, and she was the best of the best. So when I went to see her it was kind of like, okay already knew her from dab. And we knew and I said to dab if I had to go through you're going through. I would just do a double mastectomy. But that's just me that she opted not to go that route. She did something they call a lumpectomy which zeroes in on the cancer. And then not quite as dramatic. Well, it I mean, certainly is in the sense that you're carving up your body. But but not taking the whole thing out. Correct. And so, you know, I I stuck to what I said I, yeah, I've got two little kids. I'm not messing around just because I want a boob. I don't I am in a different stage in life than to it's a whole different scenario. And when you've got like an eight year old an eleven year old that depend on you the last thing you're thinking as well. And so I did meet the reconstructive surgeon. I never held my breasts are my own like, I know a lot of people thought, you were paying their mind. I love in fact, the doctor said to me what give me some examples of boobs that you'd like them to look like, and I pulled on my pictures for maximum FHM. I was like I want her boobs. So they were really really great about it. And I got to hold. Br reconstructive breasts which is so strange for me. But did they feel like real breasts or do they feel like rocks? If just know they're fi- there. You know, I guess they're waited they feel she's so strange for me to think 'cause I was thinking I'm not going to put anything in it. She goes on you don't want. You know, some women can handle that. And the like I don't care but other women want what they want. But then there's reconstructive nipple surge. I'm like Nanan and said, the cancers, and you're right one. And I'm like, well, what's the save? I mean, let's let's not do this. And then Dr drew was just telling me like you can do the kind where they take grass from your ear. I'm like, no, no, no, no. No, no, I well, we resolved this last week were Steve Edwards was going to donate his nipples. I wasn't here did Stephen Dorothy they came in. They came in. Oh, and he said he'd do that. He he would donate his nipples. That is fantastic is Harry nipples won't that be a look fake boobs with Harry nibbles now that I'm going to be big old, by the way. They're gonna be settling classy with a K. So all the local news channels did the story. And it was the lead story on good deal. Eight what somebody just sent me sent me that that Maria did a very nice that was very sweet of her. Yes, I've got to reach out to her that she did a a little sort of a blurb on is nice. Yeah. Although I thought the tomb was rather somber I'm not even dead yet. God why the long faces people? That's not a diagnosis yet. It's not like getting in the car with me. You really could end up dead. No doubt. So yes, thank you to everybody who has been reaching out. And I've been listening and hearing from everyone, and I just wanna say, thank you. And really what makes me feel so great as seeing the ladies all messaging saying I was putting it off. I put it off. And you scare the hell out of me. I'm gonna go now. Because from I mean, literally, I two weeks ago, and I put that what one week ago last Friday, I was getting a Bama Graham, and in one week from today, I said to everyone I'm getting a double mastectomy if that doesn't tell you how scary and urgent this is how fast the world changing how fast the world changes. Yeah. Okay. So you don't have to give me a name. Yeah. But I wanna know, what's the zany Tomio Pathak remedy. That's been suggested so far you're gonna die. So when you put this out there people have their been. Oh, yeah. A lot of people that have gone through it and have people say, okay, stop. No, no, no. You don't want to do what you're doing? You want to opt for there's a place in San Diego. And I'm like, what am I going to drive to San Diego to get a second opinion. That's a homeopathic one. No, no. But thank you. And I appreciate that you've gone through this. And I respect that you got was your choice. But it's certainly not mine the all wheel diet, basically. No, I'm opting for an listen. I've known Dr drew for twenty six years and one of the first things he said to me was go for aggressive chemo. And he said it again he called me over the weekend. And he said be aggressive, and I said, I am and then my other girlfriends wanted to have cancer party say goodbye talked to the Tatas party. And I was like all down for it. And then today I woke up and I had twelve hours asleep. I felt like a train had hit me. And I was like for a party on Wednesday coming home from work. And then there's gonna be twenty women in my house. I'm like, I'm tired. I can't I can't do it hug over before surgery. No, you can't drink at all for a week before surgery. Oh, no. Thank you for the seven bottles of Ron Bauer which one I'm recovering with my fabulous. I gas. I don't even know when I can have. Drink again. But no, I'm not allowed to. Yeah. No. I was warned I do have to say. This is an appropriate cancer Gad's, the checkout live, I was just I had the head shaking. This is totally inappropriate. I'm like, oh, just you know, the day before you're going to need a couple of hops. Gee, you know, your patient. Do you know? No. Yeah. That was one of the things on Friday when I went in for it. They said no this. No that is. Oh my gosh. This is serious. No fun. We got I can't drink can't when do you have to stop eating? Oh, I think that's just Thursday. Right. There's tonight at midnight because we surgeries at six AM on Friday. So we just fell back. So I have a fail. You can hit a buffet right before. We did fall back. Did that mess you up at all? It always screws me up. Yeah. Which is why I've gone back and forth on that initiative that we get to vote on daylight savings time. So you're thinking if we don't have daylight savings that you're not going to be screwed up anymore. It's just going to be fine. Like life goes on. Wave is like never left last week. Last week. Like that for decades. My question to you is do you like that? You don't like it turns darker earlier, then I have a problem with. I don't care about any of that. I don't know how to change any of the clocks that is legitimately. My number one green on your stove microwave, real that one is still last week now with your phone it does it on its own isn't that wonderful, but watches smart appliances that do everything for you. That would be really incredible. I guess they figure if it can warm up your burrito, that's working out. All right. We got a big show for you today. Stuttering John Melendez is going to be here. He was here last week. Yeah. And you were gone, but he was he wants to be here when you're on the show. And so one of the things he did was talk about some of the people that he mentioned in his book he had positive relationships with a negative relationships with. Yes. One of the people who he trashed was Chelsea handler. He did. Chelsea handler was on Bill Maher this week. Did see clips where she said that. She's now a nice person that she acknowledges that she didn't use to be. Nice person now. So we'll play that sound stuttering John respond to that. We've got the thirty minute. Nonstop news blitz for you. Bob Beckel is going to be here. We have chatted with Bob and Bob James Ross from the KABC news department is gonna stop by a high school music teacher in Maywood was arrested on Friday after a classroom fistfight between him oh and a student, and it was caught on video isn't everything these days that you were supposed to bring the teacher and apple. Back at your forehead. Exactly poisonous..

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"tomio" Discussed on The View

The View

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on The View

"Next week we're getting our political view on with Joe in nica was to Rushie Kristen America, and Ricky are, oh, come into the place of be heard that it's a view just can't miss next week. We are back with the most amazing woman, Jane Fonda. I loved the documentary. I was telling you at the break that it was just so raw must have been very difficult to do. And in the documentary, talk about your famously complicated relationship with your father, Henry Fonda, and you say in the documentary and I was so shocked it was because of your dad that you struggled with anorexia and believe me for decades. Can you explain that then? Tomio was fat actually wouldn't tell me directly. He would tell his current wife to tell me to please not wear a such a small bathing suit, or blah, blah, blah, blah, he, he thought I was fat. And how old were you when he first started telling you that? When I started to thirteen came, you know, and, and I wanted to please him. So I figured I, if he's won't love me unless I'm perfect. So I, I have to be really thin and a really good girl not speak up too much. Certainly don't get angry, good girl. And you know, it's ironic. Because he had a problem with fat women, apparently because all four of his wives have eating disorders don't know about the last one, but yeah. So that was his issue. It was an issue. Yeah. And it was in his family. I cousin told me that the grandmother said that having women were evil. So you know, so that makes you, you know, it's like, oh, dad, he fell for it was his conditioning. It's not his fault, my fault either, but it took me, yes. A lot of controversies. You know, over the years you've been up link, you put. And that's a lot of people love about you. You've been a political at advocate, but especially when it comes to Vietnam, that is still a touchy issue for a lot of people. Some have not forgiven you for that. Hanoi Jane that image sitting on the enemy's gun. It's terrible. You talk about that in the half memory. Let's actually show clip of that. I will never forget the day that we came home. There wasn't a drawer in the house that wasn't pulled out and turned over. Everything was torn out of the closets papers were rifle desks were open. I mean, someone had gone through our house and it was done so blatantly and mess. I mean, I knew that it was. To scare us. I was aware that I was being followed, and there was very little attempt to disguise it. There'd be these guys in trench coats with dark classes. Did you ever think during those years? Maybe I should pull back. Maybe I should dial. You realize that if they're gonna go to all this trouble because whatever you're doing is effective. Yeah, I made mistakes, but I stopped the bombing of the dice of North Vietnam and that probably save a few hundred thousand or more lives and and nude, and it's why he wanted to get me. I'm going to accuse her of treason and I'm gonna, but he couldn't find any evidences State Department Justice department that forget it, go to somebody who's really dangerous mill though, you know, they say, oh, movie actors shouldn't speak up and voice their opinions and things like that because it matters when we do because it helps the voice, lift the voices of people who aren't famous and aren't heard that need to be heard you. And so my, you know, when they when they did all these things, it was just like, you're not gonna stop me. I'm going to dig my heels in and you'll see all outlast you. You've apologized. I'm still here..

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"tomio" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on Mafia

"What we told them there was an on him. Who's well founded fear by trying to kill his friend. Spalato had sealed his own fate during debrief. Collado revealed that it was Tony spurlock tro who had committed the unsolved Eminem murders in nineteen sixty two Spalato was arrested in Las Vegas. The notorious mobster had finally been taken into custody. On October twenty fourth nineteen Eighty-three Spalato was put on trial in Chicago for the double murder of Billy McCarthy and Jimmy Moraga twenty one years earlier, the FBI seemed to have Spalato on the ropes at last, but Tony persuaded his lawyer to agree to a tactic, almost unheard of in murder case. He waived his right to trial by jury. Judge Thomas J Maloney alone would hand out the verdict and sentencing, and in the end, the judge decided not to accept Collado statement, says reliable evidence and Spalato was acquitted. It was rumored that some judges were still tied to the mom and judge Maloney would later be convicted of obstruction of Justice for taking bribes. Spalato had escaped yet another murder charge, but this time he wouldn't get far. Law enforcement was finally ready for an all out assault, and he was hit with a triple whammy of charges. The f. b. FBI had painstakingly uncovered the mobs multi-million dollar casino skimming racket and in the autumn of nineteen Eighty-three Spilea tro along with fourteen underworld. Figures was charged with fraud based on Collado testimony. Spalato and seventeen others were charged with armed robbery and extortion and Coletta testified to what's below tro had feared most. He admitted to agent are Nolte that he had pulled the trigger and killed Jerry listener. But on spill Lotto's orders, he has Frankel Tomio Jackie under the orders of Tony's Vaudreuil to kill Jerry loser..

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"tomio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So that was really funny. And then we sell talking about architecture and how should we do things. And then some of the mentioned the idea of, hey, maybe we should try to do because of the decoupling. We should try to immediate or pattern. So basically mediatory like it's like absurb modal while you say, okay, somebody subscribing to somebody's publishing may say, jeez, and in the decoupled matter in the mediator basically make sure right message right place. Correct. And I saw that was really good idea. And so I implemented a version of that. I called him a Senator and that was premature. Foes component of envious of what became envy. And it's interesting you didn't set out to make? No. Okay. No, totally. I mean, my my idea, the time was that I was blogging alert on those things and I wanted to have a set of components that I can explain once and then tell people, hey, okay. So I'm going to show you an application of essential that you can use Suzy, send that, and by the way, if you don't go into that all Tico, which it explaining to you what centuries? Right. And so that was the idea at first and then I went to Seattle once and the Jewish Smith's inbetween ahead. Joined identity mine actually in two thousand eight basis. Yadel. Yeah, for I was leaving in Switzerland. I was here first European employees. So I stayed there only European for about four years and and so we were communicating that I was going to Seattle all the time. And at the time we also happen to hire Joe Smith who was very, very clever guy, and he was that's funny anecdotes, but he was living in the hottest in nice building. Pool. And so he told me, hey, let's go and take a swim out. Okay, cool. So we went there and in the pool. I remember we talked about, what do you want to do this things that you're developing? And I'm like, I don't know. I don't want it to become this big thing. I'm probably just going to publish it on kotex right at the time, open source and then cows forget about it and took a different turn because when I published it, actually people salting using it. We, I was not expecting and. I started getting really requests for how do you do that or this. The best of using it as they see what it's missing. Yeah, exactly. And so I felt a few seeing send the trees. The idea was to do two frameworks. That's why I call to kit in the sense that you can choose. I mean, you know, you can choose the tool that you want, but if you don't want to use everything, I'm not prescribing anything. You can replace components with your own or you can use something else or you can build on top of it. Basically it's up to you. And then after that, I saw need a logo and I had a good friend who was a designer in Geneva and Tomio. I can't actually code, but I want to contribute, you know, it's an open source project contributor logo for free, which was recall, and that's how he took off basically. And when I came out the key was the logo, the logo, you know, you need to brand stuff to be for people to actually exactly exactly. So now. Give me.

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"tomio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"So that was really funny. And then we sell talking about architecture and how should we do things. And then some of the mentioned the idea of, hey, maybe we should try to do because of the decoupling. We should try to immediate or pattern. So basically mediatory like it's like absurb modal while you say, okay, somebody subscribing to somebody's publishing may say, jeez, and in the decoupled matter in the mediator basically make sure right message right place. Correct. And I saw that was really good idea. And so I implemented a version of that. I called him a Senator and that was premature. Foes component of envious of what became envy. And it's interesting you didn't set out to make? No. Okay. No, totally. I mean, my my idea, the time was that I was blogging alert on those things and I wanted to have a set of components that I can explain once and then tell people, hey, okay. So I'm going to show you an application of essential that you can use Suzy, send that, and by the way, if you don't go into that all Tico, which it explaining to you what centuries? Right. And so that was the idea at first and then I went to Seattle once and the Jewish Smith's inbetween ahead. Joined identity mine actually in two thousand eight basis. Yadel. Yeah, for I was leaving in Switzerland. I was here first European employees. So I stayed there only European for about four years and and so we were communicating that I was going to Seattle all the time. And at the time we also happen to hire Joe Smith who was very, very clever guy, and he was that's funny anecdotes, but he was living in the hottest in nice building. Pool. And so he told me, hey, let's go and take a swim out. Okay, cool. So we went there and in the pool. I remember we talked about, what do you want to do this things that you're developing? And I'm like, I don't know. I don't want it to become this big thing. I'm probably just going to publish it on kotex right at the time, open source and then cows forget about it and took a different turn because when I published it, actually people salting using it. We, I was not expecting and. I started getting really requests for how do you do that or this. The best of using it as they see what it's missing. Yeah, exactly. And so I felt a few seeing send the trees. The idea was to do two frameworks. That's why I call to kit in the sense that you can choose. I mean, you know, you can choose the tool that you want, but if you don't want to use everything, I'm not prescribing anything. You can replace components with your own or you can use something else or you can build on top of it. Basically it's up to you. And then after that, I saw need a logo and I had a good friend who was a designer in Geneva and Tomio. I can't actually code, but I want to contribute, you know, it's an open source project contributor logo for free, which was recall, and that's how he took off basically. And when I came out the key was the logo, the logo, you know, you need to brand stuff to be for people to actually exactly exactly. So now. Give me.

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"tomio" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

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"tomio" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on No Agenda

"Yeah well how about some fresh all courtesy here what's up with that dr about it my god adams really weird what are these charges god now here's here's the best part he's like yes you even have some bogus charges a really nearly eight dollars and uh i guess gotta be porn play yeah bogus charged all right so tell me about the meet up i you know i i saw luckily that someone had a cardboard cutout head of mine on a stick i was very happy to yield to participate but tomio media had a ceremony afterwards burning it okay thanks buddy it is there people at about thirty people some one of the guys came in from one our producers came in from munich not all deutschland here's the hov and everybody else was you know from around the area when me mood london greater london and it was fantastic it's a women who showed up guy with a hot at they were all he yes it of incredibly hot and uh and then we had one of the guys is interesting he was one of these is set designer in our director for the star wars franchise oh really yeah over there startup it works out a pinewood era when they go i when they go to hollywood to pick up an award or some everybody hates them because they're that the harry potter studios as though i ask whether these three areas is because they're just because he did cheaper has yet attending around union nonunion and the taken away business that no wonder they hate him does is.

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"tomio" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"The findings could help maximise the efficiency of new solar arrays by moving away from urban centres where pollution is most prevalent for the next project researchers will expand to other countries such as india and look at the effects of particulate matter covering the panels that's an interesting uh story their tomio i was in beijing and elsewhere in china into a no 1999 and it was gray uh just from look paul pollution and i came back here and had about six months cough finally cleared up and so um actually if you look if you're among the people who were viewing our show today you can see the beach just outside studio on the facebook live or youtube or whatever it is and it's gray but fortunately it's it's just natural you know it's kind of cloudy today it's not that kind of particulate pollution thomas talking i have two quick stories or one just a tag onto the because it has to do with china some uses come out and just last week or so that china has decided it's no longer going to take the rest of the world waste the been our primary go to for recycling or something or other law those lines we never quite know what become of all the stuff but whatever it was is not happening anymore so that gray's really interesting questions role was about what is really mean to recycle on what what does become of that stuff and uh with her arm materials and our waste um secondstorey henao for something completely different quote the monty python folks uh this week a big rock chunk of ice has been hurtling through the solar system come at right angles to the point of the solar system and the scientists are realizing that it's the first thing we've ever observe that that we know for sure is from a completely different star system it came from another star and so he came from outer space it came from elsewhere in our galaxy probably relatively nearby in our neck of the.

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"tomio" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"This other gullible last night purdue duty michigan state of favor daytoday get them to favours the first favor was they roughed michigan up in that first hand or do defense was physical a nasty also right where she wants to take you don't tay somebody else want a piece of that to the second thing they the was knocked out the starting quarterback right here they did michigan state of favor but michigan had two weeks to prepare for this game home two two weeks martin tomio punched i win the face enamelled be paints they should have beaten should it be let him off the hook and he too i would like helping iowa god because they play states i watch these and here i think having a game before ms upping having a game off hynix i hate by weeks i hate by weeks by weeks if you're gonna have a bye week i mean if you got to have a bye week and i know this is crazy went about to say but you go you scrimmage ones versus twos ones versus words you have a control scrimmage because you've got to be hit but i know it sounds crazy 'cause all are all of the pretend to injuries that can happen and everything like that so give you guys some time off but when you give him time off you think you good marine press clippers each element of saturday lots of my allstate we hold yeah because you have much of that game lots of mega state look if they boom dave seventeen hawesville iowa what what i said it jim trestle thing some trust was office used that stink up the joint room but they came up with some called trust the ball which was run a ball give it to score lee signal game play to the right you make one mistake he was gonna civil netball now the trouble they didn't like they don't like his offense for ten years it was terrible with exceptional choi myth lubicant away there were were not male slick get excited about for real you think i told me away plan trestle both at bear offense he got do you not mr state only have one oneset goal of did like have more rain game or one of.

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"tomio" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"tomio" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"This is with serie universe nathan education unlocks a person's potential they believe an educated person has a positive impact on his or her community they believe that education is not something tang potted to legible olive did you all of it measure oh you are will be worry worch live longer cbs's jim chenevey has the latest from the helpful idle god reacts worry about their health so much you might think it could lead win early death and in fact some previous studies suggested is much but researchers at the university of rochester medical center if found the reverse is true hypochondriacs in general have eight lower risk of dying true their high levels of anxiety over there held can lead to stress related maladies but they also tend to take better care of themselves and seek medical karen advice more often jim chenevey cbs news the last killer whale born in captivity it is she world park his guy veterenarians at sea world shannon tomio began treating the threeyearold walker foreign infection last weekend but warned able to save a post mortem examination will be done to determine the specific cause of death opposition from advocacy groups four she wrote to suspended zorka breeding program last year francs it accounting cbs news when i adopted her she was a match gaps icheon licking missing for hot spot a thin doll co so i take the dog had evatt puerta standard run a milk heston treatment no result i hear your advertisement on a radio show yeah i t e.

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