17 Burst results for "Tomonori"

"tomonori" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"I'm assuming you saw one in two loved them. Yes okay. i haven't seen any of you. you haven't seen me. I'm ready learn few. And i'm just a guy standing forever. They guy yeah. I wanna hear what you think. What do you what do you think about this okay. I'll tell you what how. 'bout this i'll tell you what i think of the trailer and everything. Yeah i mean it season three. It's not for you. It's for me as somebody who watched season one to. But i want to see how it can. How can speak to you. Maybe but you as a fan. You explain it to me of why i need to become a fan okay but before you do that. I think it is a cross between dexter okay. Great and santa clarita diet. Okay good i think i think it hit its mark okay. That's exactly where i was feeling. How as vibe as well. So if i'm a dexter fan. And i don't necessarily have to be a santa clarita diet fan. Okay sure you might say. I saw an episode. If i'm a dexter fan. I might be into this though. If your dexter fan you definitely would be into this. Okay it is. It is not as righteous as dexter. But it is as clever was into dexter for two seasons and then it kinda lost me like most things do is coming out owes xs coming out and i'm excited for and i hope it doesn't lose me in the first two episodes. Anyway so yeah. Dexter is great. Because he's avenging you know killing bad people as a serial killer and all stuff. Scientists spoiler about dexter. He's turned his serial killing desires into serial killing for good right right. Yeah so you know in you. That's not so much the case it's not for good. It is for pleasure but you know you kind of have a. There is some sympathy for amanda. I even forgot his name. It's been so long since i've seen seasons one and two but yeah so i the season one and season two. It feels like they're building up to this. And i'm and i'm hoping that either this is the last season or maybe nick one more season and then we're out you know foreign you're out. I think it's good the first season it was him by himself and he's kind of that wholesaler. Serial killer nece killary nece to it second season. You know he's he's finding his way and he's you know he's getting with with his perfect other half kind of you know and this third season is a babies here so like what is he gonna do with a baby boy you know. How will he continue his his. Tom p pary and peeper peeper tomonori. I dunno and all and all of his His keeping of tokens of different things. That he like spies on and all that stuff. So he's a creepy dude but he's very very methodical and very very clever in how he does things and i and i'm sure we talked about this when i watched the first season but just to refresh you on it. I watched half of the first season and it was something that rg wanted to watch. But it wasn't for her at that time when she was much younger it was her idea to watch it or she wants. She had heard about it in social media and wanted to watch and her friends are watching it. Okay so i said let me watch. Watch it on screen it for you. And i watched coupla bezos..

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"tomonori" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Defocus Media

"He was a usc guy on did some of his work. At vanderbilt undergrad in interestingly he was a psychology background so a lot of his training was in secca. physical Were a lot of his train. Was in the methodology and the understanding of how stimulus hassle through the visual pathway in becomes either a sensory reaction or a motor function in so i was very very fortunate to be paired up with someone who from optimistic standpoint a lot of what we do is cycle physics physiology in a lot of news cycle physics. You know the entire manifest refractory sequence is physics so there's a lot of value in finey duck bassey there at the university of missouri And really after that. I found myself back in the air force research labs and now hearing them in san antonio texas working at the basic training censor gateway the air force and then i have tie ins to the seven eleven human performance wing where we directed energy biophysics research retinal injury recognition research and how to do protection versus performance in operational environment. Fantastic chris i wanna dive in A little bit deeper to some of the things that you walked us through i do. I do really appreciate that The first thing that actually makes me laugh a bit is you are well aware that my wife is also thomas from minnesota and she actually had seventeen people in her graduating high school class and i think she was related related to three of them. Something maybe that'd be a future podcast in minnesota all right so the first thing that caught my attention you know. Even though it's not yet to the topic of the the advanced degree is your decision to do the airforce optimistic residency Was a bit different than what a lot of our Current residents have to make our when their when their decision comes into play. There is certainly a number of a folks that enter their up to metric career and then decide later to go to a residency but more often than not it students in their fourth year of optometry school making this first career decision and i actually had a podcast. What already about that. What what led you specifically was just a thirst for knowledge was well. What will i just happened to be lackland anyway. Amaze we'll go for it you know. Would you think you would have done the residency. Had you not been in the air force and you just went into optometry practice for two or three years. How did this commodification for you. Making this decision absolutely. It's a fantastic question. I really think that head. I not join the airforce in head. I not bend assigned to lack under airforce base which head the training ground for the Air force program. At the time. I really don't know if i had done or would have done the residency and it's not that i didn't have a thirst for knowledge or wouldn't have wanted to pursue it. I think even speaking from are the standpoint of a lot of my classmates wanna graduate of tomonori school. You know you're kind of on this path that hey now i need to find a job start a family buy a home and you get life gets in the way for lack of a better expression that it's not that you wouldn't have done that but now suddenly you have a child on the way or you bought a home or you bought a practice or you'd like to settle down and you know for many automata students you've just done four years of undergrad. And now you just completed four years of thomas school and now you're ready to make your life your own again and a residency for all incredible opportunities in the doors. It can open requires you to yet again. Compete essentially find a match and go somewhere else in the country in work for someone else for not as much as you would. If you were to say go open the doors of your own practice or work commercially for a while or join a university as a faculty or clinical member so I would say that. I was very lucky to be in a position to have those three years. He kinda figure things out. And i would say at the end of the three years my desire to do the residency was absolutely peaked. Because there were so many cases where i would see an have a vague understanding notion of what the management techniques were with a diagnostic techniques were with the differentials were with the ultimate treatment and management would be. But i remember being a little bit envious because sometimes you would speak to the second the thirty ophthalmology residents who've had hundreds of cases. And you've made seen three or four in it. All came down volume for me thing that the residency really provided to me that i tell everyone that ever asks. It's all about the number of patients if you can work in a disease setting where virtually every single patient of yours has either a systemic disease when with an stomach manifestation or has an filming disease at an advanced state. You're going to give very very good at the easy stuff because every single patient of yours is complex. And so i think that is what the up residency added to me. That had i not done that I think there would always be a piece missing from where i'm at today. The i really couldn't agree more. I think he was very very well. Stated in a huge take on for. What is what i mentioned before. What of people is one of the first crossroads decisions in their optimistic career. All right so you mentioned that while you are at scott air force base. The alert came across to you. In some way shape performed that there was a opportunity to go on for a dod air force funded phd. I'm was it only a master's degree option or both at the current time it was only a phd option I have heard later through the grapevine. Bit a few years. Prior there was a ms envisioned science option but that had no longer ban on been offered to us and the rationale was is the phd allowed us to be our own independent investigators. Meaning when you do your graduate training and we go through in do your experimental design and some of your bio statistical analyses. You essentially gain a little bit more insight and how to write an nih grant insight and how to actually develop a rigorous well designed study that has robust results that can meet statistical significance. And i think the rationale from the air force standpoint was they wanted someone at the phd level. That just had an extra year maybe an extra eighteen months to span going through those paces and writing a grant and doing a full dissertation that peres you for what is needed when you write a project for program approval or if you are writing a grant proposal new matter who the funding authorities they want someone who has gone through that written a couple brands and got comfortable with a master's student is absolutely capable of that. But because they're timeline is a little bit shorter than a phd route. They don't have as much experience. And i think that almost ties right back into the residency route. It's not the you know a talented ambitious fourth year student couldn't do exactly what a resident could do. It simply just means that resident had an extra year to see more things have a higher volume of patients and get a little bit more comfortable with the things that are going to do on a daily basis. So that's why a phd was the only pathway offered at that. Time got it. So did the airforce decide. The topic focus of the phd program was whether it be vision science or physiological optics or did you have an opportunity to have a voice in that decision at all yet. Interestingly that.

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"tomonori" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"With the first team. It didn't take long for mike tomlin to say. Listen calm yourselves down. This is because of the hall of fame game. Don't read too much into it. Of course people read too much into it. But still dan moore. Junior has been making news outside of the fact that he was running with the ones. How in blocking drills he got into it cam. Scuffles have already broken out with two players is ahah bugs. I wasn't surprised by that. Isaiah bugs in carlos. Davis got into a little fisticuffs on the sideline last season in baltimore. So i'm not surprised that bugs is someone that's a little bit testy. The second player though. Dan moore junior. Might wanna look in the mirror and say did i make a good life decision today. And that's cam hayward why anyone would want to test that ban that man. Because he is a man he is a strong man. I don't get it so dan more my new look himself and say dan. If you want to have a long career you might not want to poke the bear. Ask quinton nelson from two thousand eighteen when you see the bad end of cam. Hayward's encounter so but dan moore junior. The thing about this is when you did like the scouting reports on dan. more coming texas. A lot of people said that he was a finesse player. Didn't have the aggressive streak that he has a size. He has the skill set but he's a developmental prospect. If i'm dan moore and i'm reading these things oh my gosh it's getting a fire under me like you would not believe. And i'm ready to go out in a certain myself in front of the coaches and say i'm not going to be pushed around by anyone not bugs not to it not hayward not lulu not warmly. It doesn't matter who you put in front of me. They're going to get my best. I have no problem with that. If it went too far. Went too far it happens. I mean anyone. That's old enough to remember a young antonio brown who was a budding superstar literally getting into fights with i taylor almost every single training camp practice. It was almost every single practice. They were going toe to toe. The veteran i taylor the becoming star antonio brown and they were butting heads. It happens it happens it might tomonori says it. Iron sharpens iron. Dan more junior. I learned a lot about him in this very short time based on the fact that he showed he's not scared of anyone we'll see if it pans out because he's gonna get a lot of reps during that hall of fame game. The next is kendrick. Green kendrick green as as an interesting camp. He did start with this. Starting starters. he was not listed as a starter on the first depth chart. Don't read too much into add. The steelers rarely ever have a rookie as a starter on the depth chart although najji harris is the starter at running back kendrick. Green is going to get a lot of reps in that hall of fame game. He missed a day for personal reasons. I really want to see what the steelers think of him by how they utilize him and how he responds but kendrick green the fact. They're even saying he's going to start. 'cause do i need to remind everybody out there. Jc an our not proven bj finney not proven kendra green not proven as rookie. They're given the rookie. The first shot. I have no problem they said. Bj feeney's going to get the start in the hall of fame game and then kendra green. We're gonna work in nope kendrick. Greens getting the start. That's significant all right. The next offensive player pat fryer second round. Pick out a penn state. This kid has been turning heads so foreign training camp. He is his smooth route running his tremendous athleticism his ability to catch the football. Just on sunday those reporting random wonderful fade route cottage to- tapped in the back of the endzone. Summer saying travis kelsey. I think it's a little bit more of a rob gronkowski type. I don't think he's as athletic. Is travis kelsey but any time you're talking about that type of mold for a tight end. That's exciting is. Heath miller was great in heath miller was probably one of the greatest if not the greatest tight end in steelers history but heath miller was.

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"tomonori" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"tomonori" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO

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"tomonori" Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"tomonori" Discussed on ANPT Balance and Falls Special Interest Group

"The balance and fall special interest group of the academy of neurologic physical therapy a component of a. Pta is bringing you this interview today. Welcome everyone. I'm here with a podcast for the academy of neurologic physical therapy bounce and fall. Sick interviewing william padua a neuro optometrist who. I was delighted to meet through the cat The american congress of rehabilitation medicine. Couple years back and this year we collaborated on a symposium for a crm conference their first ever virtual conference and the reason that i invited bill to to our audience is because he his work ties in with an area that i have long felt was under served and not well addressed with the stroke and brain injury populations that as a clinician. I've treated for. Oh about a quarter century now so with that. I'm gonna hand a microphone. Over to william padua let him tell you a little bit about his background and the developments. He's made that. I hope we'll see a lot more of in our practice to help. Prevent falls and improved balance for people with neurologic. Disorders will juliette. Thank you very much for inviting me to do this. Podcast to reach out to your members. It's it's great to share this information with you and i'm also Just like to state to the members that I'm i'm a strong advocate of physical therapy and the directions that the organization has taken physical therapy if worked with Physical occupational and speech therapists for costa forty years now and had some great experiences with a number of them. Some are the ones that are kind of the hallmark in your field. Too and on mention particularly one named dr christine nelson who was a well known in her field in neuro developmental. Therapy who i spent many years working with at her clinic in cuernavaca as well as at the institute here in guilford connecticut. So i i'd like to share a little bit of information with you and your audience about neuro optima degree habilitation tation for which When i first got involved in tomonori there was no such thing as narrow optimistic rehabilitation. There was no consideration for vision problems for anyone with fall risk or with a neurological problem. I did a fellowship at yale at the gazelle institute of child development. When i left there was in connecticut. I wanted to give something back to the community. The greater community. So i wrote up a grant and got funded to open up the first not for profit low vision clinic in the state of connecticut. So i got all these optical devices. Telescopes microscopes magnify closer televisions and opened up with the purpose of serving people. with glaucoma..

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"tomonori" Discussed on The Bellarmine Forum Podcast

The Bellarmine Forum Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on The Bellarmine Forum Podcast

"We have to do with our lady said impre reparation. Want bring something else up though because his communion hinting I just can't shut up about it. 'CAUSE IT, blows my mind. It seemed like we were further along on this topic in the nineties than we are today, people just don't care. They don't know or we have to bring it up, we have to tell them winter prayer rosaries. Theater. The Mind Nineteen Twenty eight. Young Japanese seminarian is in Rome. Happens to meet Maximilian Kolbe. He encourages Maximilian Kobe to come to Japan. Interesting connection. Right. We all know that Maximilian Koby ultimately did that. That young Japanese seminarian would ultimately become Cardinal Joseph. Acid Jiro Sato walkie, of Nagasaki. Small World sometimes in in in our lady's hands, isn't it? Letter From Cardinal Sada walkie. To Mr. Masahiro Tomonori. Was a prisoner Fujita sneer there. He's writing is shortly after John Paul tewes late Seventies. As Cardinal Speaking I've been recommending that lay Catholics in Nagasaki received the holy Eucharist on their tongues. I'm aware that Pope John Paul to also wants lay Catholics throughout the world to receive the Holy Eucharist on their tongues. Now. Cardinal tells what he sees this five years five years after the Japanese conference said this. Communion on the hand appears to be hampering the influx of God's blessings into souls. This has in turn triggered a sharp decline in the number of priestly vocations and. To the Catholic priesthood in Japan. Just as it has in Germany which has also introduced the practice of communion on the hand extensively. Now. SMART Cardinal. He recognized the holiness and sanctity of Maximilian. Kolbe. In Nineteen, twenty, eight, Our lady made him Cardinal Nagasaki where. Call became. He sees communion hand obviously, Colby inspired a lot of connection door lady. And he could recognize how bad communion in the hand was and see its effects. Pray Rosary Saint Maximilian Kolbe pray for us. Thank Michael the Archangel pray for us pray for those nuns. I I just can't. I can't get that picture out of my mind here you have nuns you know Wadey, see nuns in habits today. But to do that I mean okay. Maybe they maybe they felt bad. Maybe they were like, well, okay. This line is less people in.

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"tomonori" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Phone you. You're the you're the commonality. This definitely fun behind in Belfast Ireland, general, because of the troubles you don't, and it's literally led that in Beirut. They used to make a joke. During the day we'll shoot. Each other might will drink with each other. Crazy. I'm not sure certainly within sort of communities with. A lot of fun behind, but they were very very separate. Irish people generally have fun. You're right. I think so so then moving onto school. Were you were a Swat Clever Kate crafter? And what about your sister or she doing so my my sister is, so we wanted to same primary school and come come eleven time we both when the single sex schools. Because there were sort of grammar schools in the area. I certainly wasn't one of the most intelligent or gifted. Students for sure I come through most of the time. I certainly remember having great difficulty focusing and doing homework things. Appeared time I used to my mother such grief for not doing my homework. To actually at one point how the Gwenda the bank in my dad's office. You'll sit there. You do your work. So is so bad these days. You'd build adhd lettuce. Yes, sorry I kind of got through school. Do you remember the first time? Dentistry came on the radar to family. How did it happen I? have no family connection to Madison. Their dentistry at all. My Dad, the only thing the only real instruction says you just don't don't get involved in the bank. Parents tend to be yeah. But actually I do remember we could very little in the way of sort of formal careers guidance in school, so it was off the library and grab careers could just flick through stuff. Enjoyed Science mild so. The one of the things that came up was kind of Madison Than Pharmacy and optometry at an uncle, who's a? An optician was kind of on the radar. Because news event again, the my sister was kind of leaning more towards that part. I kinda just looked up down the street and careers. Actually, up signs interesting, the this new sort of working weekends. Type of thing is much more stable job so I am in my. Application form a union put. Dentistry is number one and. Pharmacy and Tomonori. Kinda wanted to stay northbound. So then the street in Belfast point had the highest. Grades to get in, so it was a doubtful that I was going to get there. so when I did it was kind of very thankful. Modesty Dentistry in Queens. Good School, good school as well. It was okay it was okay it was fairly a very small small colleges only at school. My. Trainer. Join A lot. What was then school like? Did you party? Did you so wealthy student somewhere in between dental school walls again? I kinda got through. To get through I. Generally. Party as much as I could but all the way actually from. All the way through school and all the way through unique I had the series of part time jobs so I was always working on something because you had to. Because you. Some extra extra car So all the way through secondary school I was working at a petrol station. We wouldn't be allowed no twelve years of age petrol. Delivering papers and stuff on the. Uni I had a series of bar jobs carrying glasses washing glasses. He worked up to working behind the bar. Then, sort of towards the end of UNI realized it was a lot easier working on the door and working behind the bar is knob. was that was so much more fun at much less hard work so I used to when I when I when I was Oxford. A my Jimmy's. The local so of town Jim were on the door. And this two things that they used to tell me about beat on the door is they used to getting a lot of trouble? And used to get all the chicks I generally stay.

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"tomonori" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

On This Day Entertainment

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment

"And I was just really happy for him that he's been sober and that he's he's taking his arc and talk about a position of somebody who is humble in their sobriety rather than like. Lala or like Luanne on New York of being kind of pretentious. Their judgy about it like he seems really like focused on doing the work making his amends like being humble about it and I thought that was really nice to watch on television. I've liked James. I've never loved James. I think he's insane with like White. Conde stuff and I love that absurdity of reality. But he's just been so ugly nasty to people that it's just not been fun in it's been just played out too much for me with that sudden you mentioned canceled culture earlier. I would have been like fuck this guy. I'm done with him. I don't WanNa see anymore but this is exactly why people deserve room to grow do better. And if we wouldn't we would've all had this terrible impression of this guy and I prayed for James's sake his family's sake recalls sake that he's able to stay on the street narrow with sobriety because he is nothing but charming and likable Agree it's pretty shocking. Definitely and I think even the fact that Katie forgave him. I think speaks a lot to like. It must be genuine and real of like him being remorseful and making a man. Because I don't think that Katie Maloney like would have forgiven like she doesn't give a shit usually so I think for her to forgive him really speaks volume that scene at the Pool Party when she hugged him like was one of the better scenes of the season to me. Because we've just seen such journey with those two effort to come to such a lovely place especially when our world is so hectic in their so much like either side just constant fighting? We can do better we can learn grow and I am excited to see more of their blossoming friendship. Not even saying that. They need to be best friends but just to see them. Enjoy each other's company in social settings will be really nice. Yeah for sure. Can I get your hot take on Doing start with Tomonori ANA or Tom Schwartz and Katie. Let's work our way too short and Katie boy. Do I have a lot of opinions there? Okay so SANDOVOL had a really interesting. Arc- This season I've never seen him as the villain personally. Everything's done stupid shit. But unlikable stuff but it was really. I think played out to be the villain earlier this season. Yeah it was funny to watch that unfold. Definitely I was not on his side with the whole saucy sandoval fight That was totally uncalled for But yeah I think he's really bad at being the villain..

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"tomonori" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Defocus Media

"As me people had to curb that will take. Our profession are practices to the next level. And I'm looking for it so that I think this is a great time for a Tomonori. Even though financially was suffering will learning so much of how we Had all these holes in the way that we practiced in our business that it's just going to make a stronger better you know so I'm looking for willing. I agree and I really think I feel like optometry and ophthalmology. I feel like we're all kind of growing together during that time and I just love it. I love it likely to be a little bit of a devil's advocate on this and I'm not saying these are necessarily my personal use. The just some concerns that I heard from the an completely yet. The ECOMMERCE side of the website doesn't encourage price shopping of your optical in bold. Don't carry a one hundred percent selection of Independent. Ira and they are gearing Arabian or a frame. That is easily shopping online. And what you say or doctors that are concerned if I put my prices on the Internet. That someone's just elected this baby in somewhere else much cheaper. Well that's a fear for sure. We already optical. Don't have any Levada that we're moving to all independent and our main line. They're already independent so I'm personally not too worried about that. What I'm more worried about is the quality of the optic. So I am a huge fan of In-person fitting in person Measurement trusting my lab. So I guess my bigger fear versus price shopping. The frame is the quality of the Lens it makes sense. That's just for biased specific. Although you know what I see Jen is. Is this an opportunity right? So number one some vendors and not even allow you to put their stuff online like. You're not going to be able to put probably a chanel or exotic products and stuff of that nature because they. They don't like that right when I look at this as an opportunity for you to come up with your own independent I wear. It could be Jin's I wear for example right and that's something that can be at a price point that's economical or something akin you know go against Worby Harper. That's online that you could sell in brand on your own then. You don't have to worry about someone price shop comparing on that in hopes to push a personal brain when he comes to lead is you could probably only have three options make all you leads is probably polycarbonate and give recommendation of this prescriptions. Between this this works per year not needed. Come into the office and then have basic options of anti reflective coating in a photo comic lands and those are the only options that you may be only six a single vision as well but you you own the space. You let the patient what they can do and what they can't do and lease you do pick up some traffic on line for somebody to people that don't WanNa deal being in the office when some of those people that made by strictly online So that's you know an opportunity just outside of the box and maybe that'll work. Maybe it won't work this five to check it out and see the candy. Southern McBride scored in the future and potential concern. I personally actually have a little bit to telemedicine. So we're going back into patient care. Minneapolis might even be adding an extra hour to the. Because we're seeing less patients crustacean. But they're trying to help. Keep Your Business Afloat. Pay Your staff bigger employees. Maybe have to make your little longer to accommodate more patients after many offices doing that. And then we're saying we WANNA make sure we can still offer Thomasson because our cases like that so winner carving time out to your Europe now would even longer day to be Peter. Nc patients on your computer with that well. My thought is For for right now we're only going to schedule one hour so there will be a big Dr gap for us. You could squeeze like you could see a in person than hell medicine and I and telemedicine I wrote my thought would be and honestly I Talal. Medicine still have a lot of limit in my opinion because while I do a lot of dry and for me dry super comprehensive and I really need to see the person and so I mean I could get you. Entry Level Fish oil contracts exercycle at wash them check. But I can't get it. I can't show you your eyes. And that's where the meat is on Compliance so I don't know I think it's still has its limits to me. It would be both ways like a sub-conscious him check like follow up. Maybe like a contact lens check but I think it would. It's still for me a lot of limits and I'm trying to push where how it could work because like like you said we need to flex flex thing get creative and think outside the box. I'm trying really hard to thank how this could work. Yeah not unlike that concept of being able to check up on a patient for dry is because the one thing that we don't do well enough commentaries have enough touch touch points so data something every quarter when he set up at telemedicine call and say. Hey how're you dry is? What kind of issues are you having? You can at that point in time. Right down all the problems. That haven't haven't come back in two weeks. Reiterated all up you know. It's a crutch point where you head out the social media which is pretty cool. You know In regards to gymnast another question prior to that you were saying We're blessed Tom. We're so I saw something online leaked another day. I think it was Dr Lee I think what they're doing their practices. You know being that not all. The doctors enter practice at one time. Whatever doctors not in the office is actually telemedicine calls the way you know your carbon on both basis instead of doing our maybe up to every thirty minutes and then at Dr. That's not in the office in could actually be handling auto telemedicine calls that way. You're not getting swamped by work. And you can keep within those work hours as well and you both winning. Because you know what's going to the bottom line for you as well let the next part of this. Discussion is a little bit more prediction. We really don't have a good way of now. I have a feeling that things are going to be like in practice when we are seeing routine. Eyecare again how do you feel like Your Business? Long term is going to be impacted. Do you feel like in a couple of months. Everything should look really good or do you feel like optimus concerned in three or four months still about revenue sources coming in so. I don't think things will go back to normal for my prediction is like a year right. I think that going to beep for a long time. revenue wise. I'm really hoping to just crush revenue per patient. I WANNA really focus in on how we can be better not concerned. I mean I'm blindly optimistic. So maybe don't ask me but and that's why I try not view go down the rabbit hole on certain social media pages. If you know what I mean so I turn. I don't think it'll be normal. I think we'll find a new normal but I'm not concerned. Yeah I mean when you have this. Being when there's problems it equals two opportunity right. New Things are more so than yeah anything as we mentioned before. It's just GONNA propeller practices to be better and to be a better sector in healthcare a industry as well so I see us doing well but I think you know about six months. It's going to take John. I mean I. I don't think this has been in the o'byrne so folks feel comfortable with going into retail said. Exactly folks go into retail settings to the mall and just making it rained. Would Buddy and stuff like that? Their life is Great. But the other thing that you have to look at what happens in what. November election election affect the economy greatly. So what's going to happen? Then that's what scares me. You know the gay completely. I have some major concerns I don't want to be alarmist. I think negatively has no strong place but I am presented with receiving less fakes. Ragu capture rate becomes more important than ever with the way that was Lancer sponsored. It were taking vision plans again right when we restart routine care if my patients aren't making an optical purchase and they're saying. I don't really feel comfortable. These things have been touched even though we're cleaning. Obviously.

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"tomonori" Discussed on Joey Hudson

Joey Hudson

10:28 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Joey Hudson

"Tomonori Lucas, they've had to live through something no parent should have to endure on November the sex, two thousand and three. A customer found the bodies of four homicide. Victims at the superbike motor sports in Chesney, South Carolina. The victim Scott ponder, Beverly guy Chris sherbert. And Brian, Lucas Brian, of course, being Tom rain sun, they had all been shot at their place of employment there. This homicide case it lingered for years, local law enforcement, not able to solve it. Tom and the rain literally moved to South Carolina in hopes of finding their son's killer, they became involved in organizations like crime stoppers. They organized the printing of playing cards with their sons photo and other unsolved. Crime information that was distributed in the prison system doing everything they could in hopes of finding their son's killer. November two thousand sixteen sport. Moore county sheriff's deputies made a gruesome discovery. And there's going to be a, a special airing worn. I eight o'clock on headline news that's going to spotlight this..

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"tomonori" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Girl in pre Johnny race at SilverStone is currently set to be the last after the circuit activated break clause in their contract due to rising hosting fees. Carey says he thinks they can find a team that works for both parties. Britain's Tomonori is out of the Italian Open. He was beaten in straight-sets six two six two by Korean born a chore h yesterday this morning, you wanna contact faces American Sloan Stevens in the last thirty two. Still ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. UK Prime Minister Theresa may is about to table another vote on her Brexit deal in early June. Could this be the end of her career in politics, and you can listen back to a selection of our interviews at bloombergradio dot com or on your Bloomberg business app. For example, you can get that Mark mobias interview. We just did very fascinating stuff. This is Bloomberg. What would you say about the Jains from Bloomberg television? Here's Sherry an turn to a veteran of global commerce and policy Carlos Gutierrez, former US commerce and see the Tele company now co chairman of the Albright Stonebridge group, he joins us for an exclusive conversation. We have heard from the Chinese through their media with the global times talking about the US attitude Swain that they're driven by unrealistic anticipation that they've drifted between expressing optimism and arbitrarily waving the tariffs thick so. How would you say that you and Chinese negotiators have measure up so far? Well, I think there's no doubt that the the US has shown that it is willing to follow up President Trump follow up in a big way. So that that clarifies a lot of things because people thought that right one time that that he wouldn't go as far as he was saying he's proven he'll go that far. On the Chinese side. Obviously, they they wanna deal as well. But there are certain limits were just going to have to be more creative to get a deal that includes verification that includes enforcement that China can agree to. And I think that is that final issue that.

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"tomonori" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on KCRW

"Recordings book on how were the made tenor in saxophone their mos- would sound probably recorded the most significant in their tennis genomes AXA phone is recorded probably since in there Coleman Hawkins. Coltrane So he was and rewriting miles the Davis. book You know, and we listened to Russian nineteen lullaby. fifty And I'll just eight was say one a sort time of a seminal year Coltrane for him was because in the miles Davis he pan. Like he fifty really six was sort fifty of proving fifty fifty his seven ground, and and he wasn't Coltrane doing any went two like miles original and said, material. hey. Like he did with a love supreme I have so or many giant ideas, steps you know, with in my Atlantic head, and and I with impulse just I records. just I He can't was stop recording playing basically, well-known while said, standards. Sort of why showing don't you what take he could the do heart out with of them. your mouth? One thing that I love about this is that it's just beautifully It seems recorded they didn't get mono. along initially. No messing around with the with the channels or anything like that. And they were recorded I'm not in Rudy really van I'm not. Gelder I'm not one 's hundred percent, parents sure. On though, I know miles house kicked him in out the of the living ban room because he was using. there little house Well, it's in Hackensack, it seems miles New Jersey. a tough guy. I mean, it's unbelievable Rudy Really? van Gelder was was was going to up Tomonori It seems school that he and really wanted started practicing Coltrane. up That's Thomas, fine and voice. then he had Without so much a lot work of for prestige instruction in or kind several of way. miles. And Didn't give out a and lot of instruction for did want for to for people blue who find note their own that he voice didn't he in their couldn't own practice anymore? rhetoric It's so musical funny when rhetoric. you pull Right. back the curtain I on just these have to these say recordings before we go into the giveaway. realize Just thanks that to it's a Erin federal very of the chummy very press common situation. and Yeah. Veronica I mean, Gonzales you basically of craft just recordings walk in from the street collectors and walk of in master through the living recordings. room. And there you Concord go. There's music the piano, group, it's sort there's, of their you know, deluxe everything, wing and you know, set up taught he was for very them. We studious wouldn't have this and meticulous incredible about Mike CD placement. and And type, of spectacular course. It was all too LP recordings box a lot set. of the pictures. So And by the way, here the we the go. We book have five in the copies both the CD of that the you're new looking box at set and train, the fifty eight immense the prestige heavy recordings. vinyl set, which is This just new absolutely box set highlighting fabulous. highlighting Coltrane's breakout They show year pictures chronicles of thirty the studio seven tracks with, over you know, five the compact Venetian discs blinds in the and background, marks the sixtieth you know, things anniversary like that one of these thing recordings I like for that prestige craft got records. the got If the detail. you haven't Right. wanna You give notice away the from little us in kind the past of Brown ninety days, cardboard Email us sleeves your name phone for the number CDs and address and to for tickets the at for KCRW the real the rents. dot com. Well, yeah. These I mean deluxe they used to package albums when are they had available seventy eight to RPM five lucky winners records are way non back transferrable. in the day. They'd put like Good sort luck. of like a thick Tickets sort at of KCRW not a canvas. But dot yeah, com. the cardboard so they did that both Well, on KCRW the on dot the vinyl com slash and rhythm the planet CD, is and where it's you one can stay of those little with details..

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"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Sign on smell amazing. I fucking love Semper Michio actually like forty thousand. And my first time. Okay. So those stories the pen paroles, okay? If that like a really long episode because they were in Mexico and also stuff happened at home where I feel like they usually ended up leaving the place, you know, and not much happened in Mexico because they didn't bring the villain than bring the Bill. And and it was just like, honestly, it was so stupid and boring. Like the jury does on the bed like I can't honestly next week looks even stupider and more boring. It's it's really it's it's losing its touch and show. Sad of me. They're all getting along and refused to mischaracterize that they did get along with and. Yes, and they should film with James because he really is interesting. But I have no time or patience for Billy or rock how whatever rock hill comes with James, which I get but Billy is so out of control. And like the way she took Lisa is so crazy, and all she ever says is she reverts she takes up for people. She's like fighting about things that aren't even about her. She's fighting James who gives it. And then she goes on to say, why am I responsible for James? He's just my coworker, and I love and respect him. And he just my coworker. But then she's out here. Every argument on James behalf. It makes no sense. But you invited places my coworker that I love I mean, you're my co worker that I love, but we're also sisters right now. It makes no says she was being contradictory. She she was complaining about not being invited to the engagement party. And she wasn't invited. Because I team. So she's like, myself human change is not my son. He's just my coworker. I'm like, oh, you know, what? She's right. She's out here every argument even next week. She's fighting about James in on the couch with Tomonori, Ana it's make up your mind. You want to take up James or not also an engagement party is an intimate affair, and I'd never seen her hang out with Jackson Britney, not only that. That's the thing. The reason why she wasn't invited that has nothing to do with James. They're not friends. You don't of St Louis didn't bring the point home because she felt on which was really sidelined. White. Yeah. Conversation just came out of nowhere. And who was a rat fucking Cina. She she was really pissing me off. Also, when everyone everyone is obsessed with law, and definitely Sheena has a complex because all the girls were made to law that and she was really the only one who was never really that meter, and they were friends, and then law became friends, the which is a we and now like jumped ship and hey Cina. But when there was Lalas so good to she totally. But when they were in the pool and being cute. Wow. Retrieve the deputy feels like insecure note ultrasound friends with all the girls that and her and Lila had the same trajectory coming into the show as not a real friend of the cast kind of like the town slut. She was with brandies husband yet Bala was eating married man and eventually the witches except her. But then she they never fully accepted Gina as she was when they finally accepted law..

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"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"So I'm glad she's talking about as opposed to not talk to you. That's true. She's like bring the girls when she was like I want to go here. But you know, I really don't like to drive. It was two hours. That was so fun. Biggest that's like a four hour drive from LA. Yeah. That was really funny. What did she do before Schmidt Reynolds? And she had to drive. I'm Jackie I'm sure she's fine with driving. She wanted to take the private jet, obviously who wouldn't it. But then God like, she she spreads the well with the girls, and she's really elevated the show. So as much as she needs to talk about it. Go ahead. I'm just glad that these kids who like their microwave doesn't work at the same time as their air conditioning are also flying private. That's the interesting thing about inappropriate, which is really come to a head. This season is just like the. The confusion around their finances like one Tomonori Ana were driving trying a really nice Mercedes. And they live in an apartment that like literally has the same couches when news they can't turn. They can't use outlets while they grave, and it just the whole thing doesn't make any sense to me. No because they're making big from the show, but all the extra curricular activities on Instagram podcasts as well. But then it's like he has a nice apartment like she lives. But it's still small amongst her means. Yeah. But she's cleaning. She's one person, you know. Yeah. And she is the most recent one to move her apartment is the newest is actually in Brittany. They have they have a cute apartment. It's two floors yet. It's just cluttered. She just machine is nice. But it's far complicating to move. Yes. They're like me. They don't have enough space everything, and they can't clean up. So they should just move. I just wonder if any of them ever going to get a house, Tom Ariana? Just bought a house is what people are saying. They did. Yeah. That's been there their plan for a while was to not move out of this apartment. So that they. Saved money to guys that makes sense. Yeah. Oh, I'm so excited. I wonder if we're going to see them on the show that's going to be like a whole thing the fixer upper for sure this is going to send her guy. I to say something controversial. I don't like the tom-tom sign. It's too small. Yeah. And it looks like TT, and then one night only the cheese light up. Yeah. Well, did they have their names on Hollywood Boulevard is ugly? Wherever they are. I could deal with the new sign. Yeah. I agree. I didn't like like the branding. It was a little too. Like LEGO world a little too Gerry. Yeah. Very gear is very broken. Cock bells. Dad, always playing with gadgets, gizmos and gears. Yeah. Yeah. I think the concept was by MAURICE. Yes. Neom. No, it was it was a mediocre pursuit. Yeah. James crying in. Oh that was so funny. How he ripped up the letter because I don't I don't want you. want you send it. Okay. I'm going to sign. I appreciate that. He pointed out the hypocrisy in that. Agreed. It was extremely awkward and really funny and talented is just they're like, hey, guys. Like, I don't know. Yeah. At least all over the place. I know, but I really like him. I love him. And he's always stays true to who. He is like it's just who he is to not hate someone who called his wife out. But what's so crazy?.

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"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"So I'm glad she's talking about as opposed to not talk to you. That's true. She's like bring the girls when she was like I want to go here. But you know, I really don't like to drive. It was two hours. That was so fun. Biggest that's like a four hour drive from LA. Yeah. That was really funny. What did she do before Schmidt Reynolds? And she had to drive. I'm Jackie I'm sure she's fine with driving. She wanted to take the private jet, obviously who wouldn't it. But then God like, she she spreads the well with the girls, and she's really elevated the show. So as much as she needs to talk about it. Go ahead. I'm just glad that these kids who like their microwave doesn't work at the same time as their air conditioning are also flying private. That's the interesting thing about inappropriate, which is really come to a head. This season is just like the. The confusion around their finances like one Tomonori Ana were driving trying a really nice Mercedes. And they live in an apartment that like literally has the same couches when news they can't turn. They can't use outlets while they grave, and it just the whole thing doesn't make any sense to me. No because they're making big from the show, but all the extra curricular activities on Instagram podcasts as well. But then it's like he has a nice apartment like she lives. But it's still small amongst her means. Yeah. But she's cleaning. She's one person, you know. Yeah. And she is the most recent one to move her apartment is the newest is actually in Brittany. They have they have a cute apartment. It's two floors yet. It's just cluttered. She just machine is nice. But it's far complicating to move. Yes. They're like me. They don't have enough space everything, and they can't clean up. So they should just move. I just wonder if any of them ever going to get a house, Tom Ariana? Just bought a house is what people are saying. They did. Yeah. That's been there their plan for a while was to not move out of this apartment. So that they. Saved money to guys that makes sense. Yeah. Oh, I'm so excited. I wonder if we're going to see them on the show that's going to be like a whole thing the fixer upper for sure this is going to send her guy. I to say something controversial. I don't like the tom-tom sign. It's too small. Yeah. And it looks like TT, and then one night only the cheese light up. Yeah. Well, did they have their names on Hollywood Boulevard is ugly? Wherever they are. I could deal with the new sign. Yeah. I agree. I didn't like like the branding. It was a little too. Like LEGO world a little too Gerry. Yeah. Very gear is very broken. Cock bells. Dad, always playing with gadgets, gizmos and gears. Yeah. Yeah. I think the concept was by MAURICE. Yes. Neom. No, it was it was a mediocre pursuit. Yeah. James crying in. Oh that was so funny. How he ripped up the letter because I don't I don't want you. want you send it. Okay. I'm going to sign. I appreciate that. He pointed out the hypocrisy in that. Agreed. It was extremely awkward and really funny and talented is just they're like, hey, guys. Like, I don't know. Yeah. At least all over the place. I know, but I really like him. I love him. And he's always stays true to who. He is like it's just who he is to not hate someone who called his wife out. But what's so crazy?.

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"tomonori" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Because she's like I'm not going to confirm anything until I talk with areana because I don't wanna blow up her spot. You know? So Dax is just like, oh, and yeah. By the way, you should also tell James not talk about your sexual history. Either in front of all of us because like, you know, that was really gross not something. He did. I'm like, you're the one who just blabs to LaLa about this thing. Don't act like James of the only one just like totally lacking scruples. Yeah. That's something about your hands Hanser sexual history with his like, non bobbing me at all. So and LA like hit as sick lime. So then Tom dances into the restaurant and one of his stripes houses, I guess he's on his birthday, Blass and. Baker and Billy's like literally just loved. He's like CNN Myra not in here at all for scene. Just cut Sterry on looking at him with a with the soda gun going. Like, I've never seen someone look so angry filling up a glass of club soda. She's like. Just seating. So mad so Tom like walked over to her. And she's like am I in trouble. And she's like, I literally just got a call from LA. And like, dude, it's not that big of a deal, and that's probably not the that's not the answer. You should have. Yeah. You're trying to let it on your birthday. And she says reference mad. Yeah. Yeah. She says she's not ashamed about what happened. But she spits it told them. She's like my sexuality is not something that's used to sound cool to a bunch of dues. And I'm like. Straws are really made to use to cut up for cocaine either. But that's totally what they do. What this news did probably the every guy across the country. Yeah. She's probably getting high FIS from deeds every time she goes to Vegas. So yes. So she's basically lecturing Tom and being like, it's just like not your thing to tell like, this is my sexuality is not yours to go around telling you when he's like. Yeah. But I was slightly annoyed because I'm like like this is not gonna end well for Tom for him to sail slightly annoyed when she's like, you're using my sexuality around Jack's. He's trying to lead my bar right now get the fuck outta here. Like your hats knowing your faces in the wink, get out. He's like to as. Hat. The era. So now, it's time to get ready for the big birthday party. They skating already heading back and forth to get ready for the skating. Party kid is like the last time I went roller skating. I knocked the wind out of myself, which is something I really wish I could have seen. Who is dangling taco in front of a pit roll into Katie. So Tomonori on us. She's like, so obviously we have things about like when you talk about anyone sexuality without their consent. It's really not. Ok and he's like, yeah. There was part of me that wasn't because you guys were wasted. I'm like oh shut up you were wasted too. And by the way, why are you driving? K that's my big question. Kate taking the can this happen in the back of Newburgh next time. I'm more worried for you kids. That's a good point. That's a good point arrive alive. Don't drink and drive. Yeah. Lingus I'm not I don't think three, you know, someone going down on your girlfriend with probably be all that new in LA, but don't drive drunk. We've had Uber Nefer years. Okay. Excuse exactly. So Iran is like, well, you know, everything's out in the open now. And it's like annoying because I didn't want it to be that way..

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"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"tomonori" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Yes. I agree. There was like not that many people at the boarding. No. Racquel came so stupid. I want to talk about Brittany jacks and Tomonori Ana I love how LA LA firmly took aside. Ian Jackson like ran like a like a little rat and rabbit out to that. And I I'm Felina agreement. I really don't like how much Tom Sandoval and Arianna talk about Jackson Brittany, like they're, you know. I can't speak English like in a negative way. And talking about the death of Jackson's dad like if you talk about someone the death like, however, he's choosing to to internalize it like that's not your fucking business and is jealous because I just want to get married yet. And at one point Tom and Arianna where like the coolest couple like relationship goal and now not so much not so much anything. They're having a hard time with that yet. Tom looked so scary. Everyone looks scary. Did you watch washing-up inside with Lisa now they made such a good call. And I was the need. Also Therese has piece was to retire. I thought immediately, but they didn't interesting game on watch XIV. And they put up all the girls, and they also included ability which was weird because like she's not a customer, and who would make the best whatever. And they said who make the best real housewife, obviously law. What did the aiding the Loney? Like, it was just it was like she went out of her right now to say law because it was the truest answer. They also had about oh, she said who's the number one girl in this group and Lisa said. Saucy? Yes. She said thank God. She said it she has to every game. Like Jane to pretend like sassy like as it that I'm on this group in that like and that she's like she's done eating shit like shit eating season is over like, let her offend go. Rhino. What it was that? You thought like that saucy said she used all the words that Patrick that Patrick condescended towards certain in the that. She's like, I don't want to use this relationship. Look at this relationship myopically. Yeah. But I'm ready to galvanize. That was really good. That was so funny. Yeah. Fucking asshole knows Billy goat cheese. Yeah. Right. She was really rare for what else have you? And then she laughed at her own joke. She was so pleased with James his mom that was his family involvement is really weird and really sad and watch live. Andy said like you had the greatest one liner of all time. She she goes to Lisa. He really looks up to you as a mother figure. Lisa goes, your mom, this some of my job. It's yours. I don't know about the greatest one line of all time knows like and that is weird to like go to like admit at Europe, add mom, even though you're very much in like his life. It's not like, you know, gone out would go into Kirsten Cohen being like, you're more of a mom to Ryan than I like saying it so she can get James his job back. It's like it's whole families like really riding his coattails. But like get a job. No, totally like, it's really responsible of the parents like, okay, if his younger brothers one like be fake DJ's for a couple of years. That's not quite there's some college harmless, but his his. Tab lives with Paul and Paul is. Was that like PK? No, no, no, Paul is brother. No, Paul is. Like are there from the beginning of the season? Or last season. He was like. Jeans was like living with him. He was like this older man last season as a dinner. It was all very weird. And he was like living in like in a bedroom. Made the futon like a one of those stressing curtains so now his dad's living with that guy. What? Yeah. When I heard it, I mentally go back to pay attention because I thought maybe it was PK because they're all like Farren. Yes. But it's all weird because like James came in. And he was like this like rich British kid whose job was friends with George Michael Allen this friends with Lisa family friends of Lisa. So it doesn't make any sense. It's confusing. Wow. I'm really over like the Raquel storyline. I still don't care. No seaman. It's like, okay. If she agrees with all you guys in brings up with James, then like, that's it goodbye to reality. TV?.

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