17 Burst results for "Twenty-Seven-Year"
Wendell's World & Sports
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"I can't tell you what the landscape is going to be to attract the non boxing fan to go ahead and drop eighty dollars to watch a championship fight. So when does world is sports. I'm your host wonder wallace so glad that you could be with us. Special dedication for that segment was giving to fight. Fame amanda vasquez. I short short hope you learn something from that dissertation ending the podcast with this as you know. I'm a big fan of the food network channel as you know maybe outside of watching the live events sporting events on espn and watching frontline on pbs american masters on pbs watching wrestling on the usa network in Tnt and when basketball comes from watching the sports watching sport on t. and tnt and espn really just for viewing content. There's no channel. I watch more than the food network channel again outside of any lie sporting events or wrestling shows. I'm all about the food network channel. Tuesday prime time is chop wednesday is Guy's grocery games. Thursday used to be Beat bobby flay and then friday. Yeah of Diners drive ins and dives. I can tell you man. I i know my Food network channel like to sit there and like watch that all night long. You speaking above that but Some some sad news from the from the network Bobby flay my man. Bobby flay beat bobby. Flay in the food network are partying ways after after twenty seven years. Now i haven't been watching the food network channel for twenty seven years but i used to watch iron chef america every wednesday at eight religiously. I used to watch all the shows containing bobby flay even a couple of the Reality shows that he was on kind of breaks behar a little bit twenty seven years. The relationship is over. Seemed like superstar. Chef bobby flame. Food network are poised to part ways after twenty seven year run. That has made the restaurant tour in businessman. Speaking of lay one of the country's most recognizable culinary figures playing in food network have been in negotiations on a new contract for.
What Difference Does It Make
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Every family member every friend. Fayatte co workers are might be twits and He did a shoe totally personalized lawyer. Jokes made fun of me. I was on cloud. Nine was all done that said this is too much so here. We are twenty seven years later still doing it. And you see miranda.
The Fantasmagorium Show
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"Show. Candyman scares up the number one spot at the weekend box office. John show is a forty nine year old man. Pay playing twenty-seven-year-old in netflix cowboy bebop adaptation. It's called acting and ben affleck. Robert rodriguez team up for some hitchcock on the royds. Let's go and we are live. Oh steve what's going on today sir. Oh not too much. I was actually working on the audio book. Ooh version of my book..
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on The Mini-Break
"He's qualified four five of them got a lucky loser into one of them as well. He's made four. Atp quarterfinals you look for in in his career in terms of atp quarterfinals. He's made four of seven. He's made his career have come this season. He won two challengers at the end of twenty twenty. Unequivocally they helped twenty-seven-year-old now and you look for him. Twenty seven years old given the extended primes and the extended age range of what it is now to be prime player in professional tennis. The extended physicality that's needed. Which is why you see. A guy like vodka. A guy like a fujita vich continue mackey mcdonald. Marcos garrone tennessean grin play. Their best tennis in their late. Twenties is because there is a physical component. That for some guys just comes a little bit later and for ivanka. It's absolutely come this season. You look at the success. He's had across the board here this year. Twenty two and twelve overall in atp level matches outside of qualifying. You look for him. You know just in general here In twenty twenty one. Four ilia ev- asca. I believe this season. And i want to be incorrect here. He is thirty four and sixteen overall. I mean he's gotten it done in qualifying he's gotten it done in. Atp level matches he's had success on hardcourts. he's had success on grass courts. He made a semi-final in munich. On the clay courts as well where he beat reuss ivorian mackey and zero in three sets before bowing out tian leonard. Struve you look for ivanka. Overall this season against top fifty players. He's five and six against top twenty players three and five. That's the profile of top fifty player and he looked for iliad joschka now in the atp rankings up to a new career high of number fifty seven. You look for him in the race to the year. End finals ev- asha currently sits at number. Forty seven overall. You look at the advanced metrics elo rating wise ilia vasha currently in terms of overall illo number forty three twenty twenty one specific alot his Twenty nine and sixteen record. Good for thirtieth you look at how his numbers would translate again over these last fifty two weeks overall thirty four and sixteen is ilia adagio. You look for him here Again i wanna make sure. I'm not incorrect. For ilya of uscca over these last a fifty two weeks. Hold percentage eighty three point one. Break percentage twenty six point five that eighty three point. One hold percentage would trail chore rich for seventeenth overall amongst top fifty players. I mentioned again. The break percentage for ilia of varsha twenty six point five percent. That number would rank behind casper. Rude a good for about seventeenth again. So he would be a top twenty club now. You'd probably have to adjust for competition and a lot of his has come at the atp to fifty level but when you're winning two thirds of your matches at the two fifty level you're going to become a top fifty player particularly when you're doing it across surfaces as elliot ev- ashby has done quietly one of the best stories of this twenty twenty one season guy. I would want no part of early in the first few rounds of new york. Big sur again. He's your modern player. Six.
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast
"I I'm not sure how much you know about but my country but you know we've had a phenomenal time since nelson mandela was released in prison. Twenty seven years ago both highs and lows I mean really high highs..
Democracy Now! Audio
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"The law makes exceptions only if the pregnant person's life is endangering disproportionately targets people of color. Lgbtq plus and low income people in other reproductive rights news the mexican state evita crews voted to decriminalise abortion joining just three other localities that also allow the procedure up to twelve weeks of pregnancy mexico. City oaxaca and i'll go veracruz feminist collective la brew hostile mar that's the witches of the c- celebrated the news adding. Let's go after the twentieth states that are left in honduras. Dozens of afro indigenous gotta funai leaders and supporters took to the streets of the capital tegucigalpa. Tuesday demanding the safe return of forget of land offenders who were abducted from their homes a year ago by men wearing police uniforms. All for men were members of the group black fraternal organization of honduras among them was community. Leader twenty-seven-year-old out. Birth snyder santana and other news from honduras. The us state department has been former honduran right wing. President video logo and his immediate family from traveling to the united states logo is accused of corruption and accepting bribes from drug traffickers. He rose to power in two thousand nine and a contested election. That took place after a us back. Military coup overthrew honduras democratically elected government. That same year logo is backed by the obama administration. French president emmanuel macron has been identified as a potential surveillance target for morocco in the major data leak of israeli company. Nso and it's pegasus spyware. Fourteen world leaders including south african president zero ramaphosa and the pakistani prime minister in ronald han appeared in the list of fifty thousand phone numbers that were people of interest for nso.
Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran
"The sarah is a checks and balances as worries about it because she's gonna probably and You know a couple of walls you could avoid hitting a couple of walls you know but all right i just wanted to say that i think i think you guys to make a list of wire so phenomenal of posted framing and something really expensive and stick it over your toilet bowl so the place we mostly sitting you see it all the time you know. I'm just do really good. I mean it's a little working a but if you're feeling stressed out and you're overwhelmed and we're not the laura read about you the more. I was breathing. I was holding my breath. Worried about your mind. Well in that what can they do. But you know what you could do it all and as often as you want as much as you want as long as you can nurture of the talented people that you've handed to not assist you with it but handed to that takes a lot of trust and that also takes finding good talent. But you know it's great about a creative person they attract creative people. Somebody who's like really left brady kind of dollars and cents deductive reasoning for some reason creative people that really want to work for them. I don't know why maybe they've smell something. I'm not guilty. I'm not going to get bored with this guy you know so you eat a good boss and like give people room to feel confident. Bring their ideas. And that's where we're like. Montana is very young so she's in her twenties so we go to her. we go. You gotta tell us like we know what we're doing are we. How how do you make a real like. What do we need to be paying attention to what. What's a trend that we're missing like. How do we get our clothes on the right people. And then all these creative ideas like listen. I really think that we need to focusing on body inclusivity and so i really think that there's these girls on tiktok and let's send them close. Let's like shown your clothes and different bodies. Let's like she thinks about things from a twenty seven year olds perspective instead of a thirty seven year. Old not great helpful. We were also we. Were very very hyper alert of our strengths and our weaknesses. And you know to be clear and we've talked about this a little bit but we just want to reiterate not we have not been pounding the pavement and fast at even even remotely. We've been the payment and other areas not the fashion world so for us all of a sudden to be in this position where we have this brand. And it's selling and people like it and we're at nordstrom. We have an unwary walked into a building infrastructure of central brands. They are on the scene. They turn out her..
The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee
"Have a change in bowel habits. You're losing weight yet. Fatigue lightheadedness you get anemic. We're not sure why abdominal pain that you can't explain. These are all reasons to consider getting checked because the earlier that we start the better we will be keeping you safe and chuck are colon cancer screening program which has been around since the nineteen nineties has been extremely effective. All right so put this into perspective. We are seeing. They've actually did. A recent Projection was published on april seven of this year in jama they did a recent production of what they expect to be the main cancers in terms of risk in terms of death all the way out to twenty forty so for the next twenty years. And what we're seeing is that colorectal cancer is on the decline. Generally speaking that there are other cancers that are emerging and becoming more problematic. Why because we're being attentive to it with our screening program but at the exact same time in the exact same research article published in jama. They said so. Yeah we are seeing the decline of colorectal cancer butts in people between twenty and age forty nine by twenty thirty nine years from now we expect colorectal cancer to be the number one cause of cancer related death in people aged twenty to forty nine so it is emerging in a younger population. So the point being. We need to be vigilant. We need to get checked as early as possible as long as as early as they will allow us. And if you have symptoms that prompt you or warrant getting a colonoscopy i would strongly encourage you to do it and this is the practice that i live by for my own self and with my own family members. What's the youngest you've ever heard of somebody having colon cancer outside of having a genetic so their genetic conditions that can that can put people in a position where they could develop colon cancer in their twenties. I had a patient once who was twenty seven years old young african american man twenty seven years old and and he was having rectal bleeding and he thought it was just hemorrhoids. And you know being a twenty seven year old male. He wasn't eager to come to see me to get a colonoscopy and Ultimately we did do a colonoscopy and diagnosed the mccoll rectal cancer and it was. It was heartbreaking Boy that's a tough one Questioned from betsy. This is one that. I'm sure that a lot of people who are hearing this right now are watching us. Live are wondering as well a wants to know if you have been eating plant based diet for years. Do you still recommend getting a colonoscopy one hundred ten percent without any hesitation or reservation at all. I saw betsy. I had a patient once who was a.
NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Fourteen four. That's right in between what one number two would do when they did in minnesota. I know they did reveal but a twenty million the twenty million dollar wide receiver. We haven't seen the bang bang for so his first year in buffalo was your age twenty seven year. So that's the deal. I mean julio's coming in. That's why i'm just getting to the compensation. So would they give a one The one jefferson a one and a five right. Yeah so it was a one a one. Plus and then That's why the conversation was more for stefan digs than what you get for. Julio julio's thirty two years old to findings coming over at age twenty seven five years difference five. Here's a prime five years difference. He was in the sending player. Like that's the thing. He was still kind of inching towards his prime and i would say the year in buffalo was bitchy of his career in terms of like putting it all together and i think he proved his value and turns you talk about locker room value. He proved his value because he completely helped and played an instrumental role in josh allen. Becoming the player that he became so it was a one a five and six last year's draft and a fourth year and then a four in the next draft so yeah it was considerably more. But that's why again. I think people this three things right. It's the it's the age it's the contract and it's the position so maybe the position might be a strike against you. But he had eight in the contract. You know working in his favor big time. And that's why that's why he's the different compensation for these players. Yeah i mean it is. It's crazy to think about nothing. The next receiver. Who was do a payday. Think davante adams is do a paid it and it'll be interesting to see how the packers handled at on. The i mean while dealing with the aaron rodgers deal you know and so i mean there's so many different things in play when it comes to wide receiver stuff but the davante adams. An roger situation is one to monitor because if they cave in and pay aaron rodgers what. We assume that he wants to deal to be sweden. What does that now mean for. Devante adams because they also went out and paid aaron jones when no one of us thought there was joan. So is one of those things you talked about emotions and those things. It'd be interesting to see how this plays on the locker room. Let's have some fun. I thought we bring in nabil here in In go through and try and find the number one pass catching duo in each division..
The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"Is it responsible for me. To consider long-term commitments like marriage or children given my high likelihood of relapse. No those were the questions. I was swimming around. But the other piece of it that i began to grapple with are the ways in which the heroes journey arc projected onto survivors. There's this notion that when you emerge from a trial or a big trauma. You are better braver stronger for what you've been through. But i didn't feel brave. I didn't feel strong. I've felt breakfast by this experience and had no idea who advise or how to find my way forward and what i'd expected to be. The kind of final act of this owns experience. Which was being cured is actually the beginning of a very different kind of healing police. Say more. I would like to encourage you to continue. What do you mean by that. In that first year after treatment. I was held bent on moving on from this experience. I wanted to be a quote unquote. Normal young person and i remember looking to my friends have been interpret logical. Sort of i thinking to myself like what does a normal twenty-seven-year-old do and trying to do those things. Almost as if i was of play acting. And you know. I'd go out dancing with friends and then pay for it but three days in bed i would try to force myself to write about something other than elms to come up with something new and i just couldn't and what i came to understand is that moving on is a mess you don't get to compartmentalize your most difficult passages and stowed them in the past. You don't get to skip over the hard work of healing and grieving and recovering in really uncovering who you are in the wake of that and that instead i was going to have to learn to move forward with this experience with these imprints on my body and my mind and to learn how to integrate them in my present so i started thinking about the language of ritual and the roles of rites of passage. In these transitional moments we have birthdays and funerals and weddings and bar mitzvahs season morning periods. Beyond morning periods sees ritualized ceremonies that allow us to shoulder complicated feelings that help us cross the distance between no longer a not yet and what i realized was that there is no twelve step program. There is no right of passage for when you survive a trauma. Like i was going to have to create one for my own. And so that's what i did is. Tim takes a long inhale. Because there's so many questions i want to ask. I don't want to interrupt you train of thought that you mentioned. No one gets to skip the hard work of grieving recovering and or in some senses uncovering trauma or the difficulty through which they have passed. I would love to hear what type of work whether it ended up being hard or otherwise ended up. In retrospect being really valuable was. Were there any particular things. You did types of therapy. You experimented with anything at all. That really seemed to help with.
The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"A compromised immune system because of my bone. Marrow transplant i underwent and all of those symptoms were confusing and difficult for me to figure out how to carry. Because i think i was so fixated on a cure that when the cure actually came. I wasn't prepared for the ongoing ness of illness or really of living any sort of trauma. And i had this notion that i was quickly and eagerly and organically going to fold back into the rhythms of living but instead i found myself grappling with this dissonance between what should be and but was on paper. I no longer had cancer off paper. I couldn't have felt further from being the healthy happy twenty seven year old women that i expected to be on the other end of that is based on some of the reading. That that i've done and also in your in your tedtalk up. You had four hour naps in the middle of somedays. You still had to make visits where you did make visits at least to the er at points. I'm curious to hear how you related to expectations of you. Perhaps so outside of the physical aspect did you feel. There were certain expectations of you after lustrous called beating cancer and then a dissonance between sort of the the reality of your experience. And what was expected of you. So that question makes any sense. Absolutely i remember the day. I was discharged from the hospital on was finally done with these four years of treatment. Getting a slew of text messages congratulating me on being done and that seemed to imply an end point that i very much wanted but didn't feel necessarily true or accurate because there were so many unanswered questions that i realized i suddenly needed to figure out like the ones you just named. How do i hold down a job. If i need to for four hours in the day how do you begin to date when you're coming out of an experience like this and you still have a port near transferred you even or do you bring up a cancer diagnosis without. Potentially scaring somebody away..
The Erick Erickson Show
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Seven years into a twenty seven year marriage bill gates was having a fleeing with someone and a man there. There's more than just as creepy one source of concern for his wife was his dealing with jeffrey epstein. He met with epstein for philanthropic reasons. Don't you know better than fallas. Throughout the reasons. I suppose mr gates was microsoft's chief executive until two thousand chief software architect until two thousand six and chairman until two thousand fourteen. He continued to serve on the board until he stepped down in twenty thousand nineteen th do just tells creepy. He sells creepy. Now listen the there. There's a wider story. Here we should discuss there. Is you know the the founding premise of cunanan is that there was a there is a global child sex trafficking ring of satanists that is overseen by the cia and that donald trump of course was anointed by god to take on the child sex trafficking satanists. That's the actual foundation of cunanan. It has morphed from there overtime. But the deep state of the human trafficking elements have remained. And you know just because there are rich people who are human traffickers and. I want to be clear. I'm not saying bill gates's but just because there are a rich people who are human traffickers doesn't mean that there's some global conspiracy that there's not some maybe some of them chat and they're all in on together but all the all. So much of it intersects with jeffrey epstein now whether bill gates met for philanthropic reasons or not the fact that jeffrey epstein is at the center of this is a red flag frozen haha gates was in on it. He's a satanist child tragedy. There's no evidence of that but there is just continued evidence. That bill gates is just a creepy dude and his his billions can do it. And here's the interesting side of here. Is that the media is rapidly turning on him Know so melinda gates is now going by french gates which is kinda funny. Fritsch gates not french doors but french gates gates. You can see even more through by the time. Melinda french gates decided to end twenty seven year marriage. Her husband was known globally as a software. Pioneer a billionaire and a leading philanthropist according to the new york times but in some circles bill gates also developed a reputation for questionable conduct in work related settings that is attracting new scrutiny in two thousand eighteen ms french gates was it satisfied with her husband's lean of a previously undisclosed sexual harassment claim against his longtime money manager after mr gates moved to settle the matter confidentially. Ms fringe gates insisted that the an outside investigation the money manager. Michael larsen remains in his job. What wait what..
Túnel de vento
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on Túnel de vento
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90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"That doesn't fit. Okay. She said it's not a lot of people are coming and her son and his wife the kids aren't coming cuz of covert. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's the thing. It's like she's being a baby to yes waiting a bailing. So she takes out her dress. Okay this off. Halter style communion dress for a child. Yes. I wore this to my communion. Yes, I can't believe it. It's actually to be honest with you. It's the same exact cut as my prom dress just a different color. It is I know it is the same what happened to you also dress doesn't fit by something. That does suck. I don't understand like what her as a human being she is really annoying. So annoying I yeah. Okay. Can you imagine she's your manager at the chicken place? Joella's twelve has can you imagine she is your joy Ellas chicken manager? She is also the type of manager at that like if she pissed me off and I yelled at her she'd be the victim and like Chrome in the office and it's like, oh great. Well, she cries in the office so much. Yes, like I just I cannot deal. She's like a wet blanket. I can't deal with yep. The kind of fast food manager that probably like she's supposed to like check the employees bags to see if they stole anything on the way out and just trying in the office. Yes. Yes as a small so gives people like bad shifts, right and she won't fix it cuz she has too many personal problems. Oh, yeah. That is who she is. Yeah. She's you go out to her and she's like well find someone to replace that. I can't deal with this. I can't I have too much. I have an X from Morocco. And I know I have three boxes from Iraq. Now. I married a twenty-seven-year-old, you know, he's in Tunisia and he's here and his sister Macarena. He connected my credit card to his PlayStation two Rican Hazel. They won or E to try and address..
90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk
"That i was thinking was that she was going to put the court said over the dress to cover the back. That doesn't fit. Says she's not a lot of people are coming and her son and his wife and the kids aren't coming because of covid. Yeah yeah yeah. That's the thing it's like. She's being a baby to yes wing so she takes out her dress okay. This is a halter style communion dress for a high old. Yes i wore this to my communion. Guess i can't believe it. It's actually to be honest. You it's the same cut as my prom dress just a different color. It is to say. I know it is the same. What happened to you also is fed by something that does right. I don't understand like what her as a human being. She is really annoying so annoying. I okay can you imagine. She's your manager at the chicken place so ellas. Can you imagine she is your joy. L. is chicken manager. She's also the type of manager that like if she pissed me off and i yelled at her she'd be the victim and like cry in the office. And it's like oh great well. She cries in the office so much. Yes like i just cannot deal. She's like a wet blanket. I can't appease. He's the kind of fast food manager. that probably like she's supposed to check the plays bags to see if they stole anything on the way out and trying in the office and she can't yes Yes as a small show gives people like bad shifts right and she won't fix it because she has too many personal problems. Oh yeah that is who she is. Yeah she's you allows to her and she's like we'll find someone to replace gems. I can't deal with this. I i have too much. I have an ex from morocco. And i have three ex morongo. I married a twenty seven year old. You know he's in tunisia. And he's here and his sister macarena. He connected my credit cards his playstation two regan hazel. They won Ari to try and address. She doesn't want to right okay. There's no story line here. So she's gonna come out to her family and okay also why okay. But i do enjoy this. She says this is a quote. My parents are very religious. And then you cut to the scenes of them screaming and writhing around on the floor in the born christian church tracy that like freaked me out. Did you see the original. Didn't see that. I don't feel good about it because i feel like i think row somebody else's parents are like that too. That freaks me out. Noel why is she coming this. I mean not that. She should come out to our parents if she wants to. But she's like before..
No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on No Chill Enneagram: Watch Party
"Space suits are some of them are just sort of social habits emerges. Now you're just beekeepers. Yeah just you don't think the beekeepers are extremely broken. I all broken joy beth. What s your description. Or do you have one. I have you okay. You wanna verdy alluded to a show that will make you feel crazy. Because i feel like no matter who you are if you watch the show. You're gonna come out feeling less crazy than us and then also what's love got to do with it. The show Way say more about that. Yeah go ahead. Yeah i feel like you know the big question. I mean green card of course like any Watching with any middle aged person or if you are middle each person watching you're going to think everyone on the show is any for a green card sometimes when you're twenty seven year old slept like somewhat liberal person watching you some point you have this realization like surely not all of them are sure ya know right into then. It's a really fun game of like Yes yeah yeah. I totally agree with that. Yes been really fun but also so what's love got to do with. It is an interesting point interesting rhetorical question because it is like i feel like you're taking the sense like what if they are so. What like. it's a nice thing they're doing for them. Well and i think at some point like and when the couple's one of my favorite couple of this season They it sort of feels like there is most likely a spoken off camera but if nothing else an unspoken agreement of what each is offering the other person like yes you get to come to america and you get access to money and yes now you get a young beautiful bride but it's almost like that. That's enough for each of them. There isn't a misunderstanding. No-one like there's wool being pulled over anyone's is in a way. That is good enough. And i actually think that's really admirable that like you can find these arrangements that meet your needs and mutual lee. And maybe it's or maybe it's not No that's good. I think i think the key there is like i think people have to be honest with one another yes and then a little bit of an issue. There's a lot of delusion on this show. So gosh i've never see okay. I've never seen a show where the role of the friend played such an important role like you just were starving for someone to come in from the inside an inject a little perspective into people live and when it finally happened it was like golden. It was like really useful. You know Okay my description. I tried to like I did think that this was a judge show. But it has this thing where it actually sucker punches you every now and then with a little bit of empathy or relating to people like you after a while you like start to get where people are coming from in a way that i actually like actually made me.
The Face Radio
"twenty-seven-year" Discussed on The Face Radio
"Three in a row for the birthday started off with the berlin. I'm a good woman. And then we felt it with vernon garrett and shiny on who just finished with. Ill run and hide nor hair. Free cracking jones there. Su monsters mangum pin. I've just realized some. I don't really in lockdown to or is it three hours count twenty seven year absence. Like a yeti place what you wouldn't get caught you under the problem of. He's now he's now now to grow. Why did it shows you that though yourself do himself. I see i if i had to do that i often at. I'm no good at that. Coppola bears and then. Just get the old Tremors out and then just crack on just besson. that's why i've got no ears struggle even shaving shaving me at look at look at khattab acuity to get the echo enough to let calcutt mine You do you just saw crawled. You don't need to what for our new we. There's nowhere to go from his wellstone. Just shoot me. Punch all day.