18 Burst results for "Unda"

"unda" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:34 min | 2 months ago

"unda" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"APP, to be sure you don't miss a single episode. Are Australian blogs from down Unda there in the live. I got to put this up here. This is an ongoing joke. The Chicago. Pips Jeff Harmon hates Big Ben Still G is true I hate him he's got that's obviously a joke. All. Right. Last segment before we get to the trivia part of the show to finish everything out, let's talk wasn't fantasy football We've talked about this Ad Nauseam that we are on a family we love daily fantasy but some people I think you guys are both in traditional leagues to yes. Yeah Yeah look. We have one this year I'm in nine. I only do the daily fantasy because I don't want to own time for that now. These are longtime leagues though. With my family like I got two nephews and niece niece's. Husband My my brother, you know it's a family. We don't even regular draft. It's an auto draft. We just take order to give us and then we play and talks back for me. It's like brokeback mountain I just can't quit you. Oh my gosh. Moving on. I can't believe you did that. Okay, well, serve Dave's. Offer a few minutes. of WHO's a fantasy must start guy you're like if you have fantasy, you're gonNa want this player if you have him on your of inner traditionally or if you're playing daily, Ganassi's worth the price who is that player for you in this game on Sunday I'm going to go with a player that it actually is on by traditional fancy team. I'm GONNA go juju. Smith. Schuster. I like last week I was kind of torn. Do I go with him? Do I go with Keenan Allen. Do I go with with? Calvin was a Kevin Ridley for the for the. Falcons. Didn't play Ridley by the way. If. He did but I'm like. I'm like, Oh, yeah, I'm GonNa Roll Ju I, WanNa keep rolling with you. I would. I don't know if daily fantasy if I'd spend the money I need to for him but for traditional I would If you're still looking for for value daily fantasy I, still think James Washington's decent play there too. Okay, Brian? All right. Since a Dave's taking more than one and took my James Washington. Pick. I'm going to go with my other one, Cortlandt? Sutton. For the broncos I think I was limited in practice today. Yes. But I think he's after listening to know your enemy last night. I drank the Orange Kool aid with that I. He's dangerous I really think they're going to be going his way. So I'll go ahead and say sutton but I'm loving Washington this week for a daily fee. I mean just like Dave said in daily fantasy he's economical I'm GONNA probably go out and grab him I love and Dave could save with me GRANDPA STRONG CAM We need those t shirts. By the way we've got a GRANDPA strong t-shirts. Okay. I'll look into it. So for me I'm looking at you won't. I'm a we'll talk about it. So I'm looking at this fantasy thing and. I am not sold on many ofensive targets from the passing game of the steelers this year because unless Juju has two touchdowns in week one I feel like, Deontay. Johnson. Could be that in week two could James Washington week three it could be chased Klay Working Brana weeks four and five I. Just don't think that there is that one guy and they haven't had that one guy since Antonio Brown left that you're like I can trust him you know who you can trust. The steelers defense. I mean, let's be honest. The steelers defense even daily fantasy football if if they don't give you more if they don't give you double digit points an awful day for them I mean you think about you the accident accrue the takeaways that they get. They typically lack the they typically keep opponents points down, which gets you more points if you're looking for someone. That you're like man needs someone to that's going to give me points that I don't think there's a defense out there. There's more trustworthy in my opinion especially going into week two against drew lock at home. I really liked that defense What about guys someone you're like do not play this person who's at Brian here's a WHO's who you benching James Connor. I've benched Tim and traditional leagues to my traditional leagues. Dave. Melvin Gordon don't play anyone against the steelers defense on the ball until someone actually does something. What Apple Saquon. Vans McDonald a again he might be that guy that catches a touchdown or two might have a stiff arm her around the world again but you can't go into a game expecting that you're just going to be disappointed. It's just like last week I started rob. Gronkowski thinking the Tom Brady's GonNa just pick that connection again. Two catches for five yards on those a stinker stink fast. So I would say Vance McDonald let him go let him go what about a sleeper real quick what about asleep or pick someone that you're like you know what you might find someone else but this guy, might. Might turn out some points this week with his opponent Brian. WHAT HE F-. Let's go. Chase clear chase capable. Okay. SNEAK UP Dave. See this you called it right with the steelers offense. They've got so many guys as part of the ball round. You basically have to guess right each week and it's it makes it really tough. So let's go. Let's go run. I'm GonNa go Ben Rothlisberger because when you look at Ben Rothlisberger early again, do I wanNA, play him a he can turn the ball over a bunch. I. Think him being back at Heinz field. I've been going the defense. It's GonNa. Have some young secondary players know AJ boy because he had torn labrum in his shoulder he's not playing. I think the Ben Rothlisberger put up numbers I'm not saying he's GonNa, throw for five hundred, but he could put up some touchdowns I. think it'd be good. So there you go. Let's get to some trivia to finish out the show. Dave, we have. All right real quick this. This isn't this is just interesting. We're looking at the steelers we're looking at the records and we're looking at the playoffs. When was the last time? The steelers won their opening game and did not make the playoffs..

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"unda" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

Anxiety Slayer

03:46 min | 3 months ago

"unda" Discussed on Anxiety Slayer

"We often receive questions about how to slow anxious breathing down or what to do and breathing exercises make anxiety feel worse and that's what we're going to be talking about. . Welcome back. . Nanga. . Nation. . Thought. . This was a particularly interesting conversation to have because I haven't had the experience, , but we've heard from so many who have that sometimes breathing is a trigger for anxiety. . What's that all about sometimes when we have an experience with breathing that's uncomfortable than it can become a trigger. . So if we have an anxiety attack then <hes>, , we sometimes have sensation that breathing's becoming difficult or sometimes when we feel really panicked with sacom breathe or I feel like I can't breathe. . So then to. . Try, , and bring your attention to the breath. . Becomes challenging because fixating on something that's. . impove the anxiety experience before so sometimes. . That can happen. . which ties right back into what happens to us with how things I'd when you start to pay attention the physical sensations that are occurring in your body and Experience all the anxiety around that as a result now that makes sense. . Yeah absolutely. . Successfully, , how it walks. . And this really I guess begins. . Then when we noticed that are breath has become a trigger. . Whether it's rapid or shallow breathing or. . However that affects you. . When you start to feel anxious. . This is reminded me of a question we had. . Some time ago about somebody, , the unnoticed exertion was increasing their. . Anxiety. . It was a chapter at lifted very heavy television into the back of Van Helping Somebody Move House, , and he starts to fill up short of breath and he started happening episode. . And didn't make the connection the overexertion fill. . For, , similar. . Elevated, , heart rate shore breath feeling the you know you need to sit down from an at, , take him in. . Unda was only when we had a conversation and I said, , what were you doing when when you start to fill up ninety stars hope hoping a mate move will lift in these big televisions that Aladdin's realized. . Oh you're exerted, , but it feels. . Similar or even the same. . But again, , as we've discussed in recent episodes, it's , the mind making thing of the minds Mike and a story out of that sure because he anxious mind will always go to that negative bypass of of what might be wrong. . So same with breathing if we're feeling anxious already amway becoming sensitized to breathing sensation symptoms in our body feelings in our body around breathing. . Borough forward vast upon our attention that because it just fills was is like folks in on the thing that's already raising red flag to his thing it's elevated. . Sure an fortunately, , there are other things in addition to breathing that can calming as Diety, , and the key is to keep trying different practices until you find one that you can trust. . Again the mind will always tell you this doesn't work. . A certain comment recently from somebody said in I've tried tapping it looks delay doesn't work and the just this week received a message from. . Young friend of Mine Who's completely starring cited tax with tapping. . That's awesome. . A among told me she just taps all the time just taps all the time and she completely gone top of it does work hit does it really works? ? In watching it work in feeling it worked for twenty years. . So yeah, , we just need to. . Give things go. . Challenge. . Your own mind when it says nothing works an experiment until you find will helps you. .

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Thinking about breathing makes my anxiety worse

Anxiety Slayer

03:47 min | 3 months ago

Thinking about breathing makes my anxiety worse

"We often receive questions about how to slow anxious breathing down or what to do and breathing exercises make anxiety feel worse and that's what we're going to be talking about. Welcome back. Nanga. Nation. Thought. This was a particularly interesting conversation to have because I haven't had the experience, but we've heard from so many who have that sometimes breathing is a trigger for anxiety. What's that all about sometimes when we have an experience with breathing that's uncomfortable than it can become a trigger. So if we have an anxiety attack then we sometimes have sensation that breathing's becoming difficult or sometimes when we feel really panicked with sacom breathe or I feel like I can't breathe. So then to. Try, and bring your attention to the breath. Becomes challenging because fixating on something that's. impove the anxiety experience before so sometimes. That can happen. which ties right back into what happens to us with how things I'd when you start to pay attention the physical sensations that are occurring in your body and Experience all the anxiety around that as a result now that makes sense. Yeah absolutely. Successfully, how it walks. And this really I guess begins. Then when we noticed that are breath has become a trigger. Whether it's rapid or shallow breathing or. However that affects you. When you start to feel anxious. This is reminded me of a question we had. Some time ago about somebody, the unnoticed exertion was increasing their. Anxiety. It was a chapter at lifted very heavy television into the back of Van Helping Somebody Move House, and he starts to fill up short of breath and he started happening episode. And didn't make the connection the overexertion fill. For, similar. Elevated, heart rate shore breath feeling the you know you need to sit down from an at, take him in. Unda was only when we had a conversation and I said, what were you doing when when you start to fill up ninety stars hope hoping a mate move will lift in these big televisions that Aladdin's realized. Oh you're exerted, but it feels. Similar or even the same. But again, as we've discussed in recent episodes, it's the mind making thing of the minds Mike and a story out of that sure because he anxious mind will always go to that negative bypass of of what might be wrong. So same with breathing if we're feeling anxious already amway becoming sensitized to breathing sensation symptoms in our body feelings in our body around breathing. Borough forward vast upon our attention that because it just fills was is like folks in on the thing that's already raising red flag to his thing it's elevated. Sure an fortunately, there are other things in addition to breathing that can calming as Diety, and the key is to keep trying different practices until you find one that you can trust. Again the mind will always tell you this doesn't work. A certain comment recently from somebody said in I've tried tapping it looks delay doesn't work and the just this week received a message from. Young friend of Mine Who's completely starring cited tax with tapping. That's awesome. A among told me she just taps all the time just taps all the time and she completely gone top of it does work hit does it really works? In watching it work in feeling it worked for twenty years. So yeah, we just need to. Give things go. Challenge. Your own mind when it says nothing works an experiment until you find will helps you.

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"unda" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"unda" Discussed on Front Burner

"What. What would you say to some people that would argue that the system is working? It is defending people's rights. I mean this bill was scrapped eventually on on Monday. The Hong Kong high the court ruled a controversial ban. On wearing face masks was unconstitutional. The ban was enacted under emergency legislation on the grounds of calling months of political unrest. Rest it bars. Anyone from covering their faces during public assemblies and sparked uproar from pro-democratic protesters and supporters. Well I think all these things happen too little too late if she got accepted to people's wish and scrapped the bill. You are after the march on June nine my dear friend none else. What you've seen in the past five and a half months would have happened because the people people would be happy because that much on the ninth of June was very peaceful like all the former marches in Hong Kong? Not a single bottle was broken but she refused the day ended violently protesters pushing through barricades trying to storm. Hong Kong's legislature an eruption of anger after after a protest the Hong Kong government acknowledged was peaceful the crowds notable for their size and diversity. Fear over the government's extradition bill hill is widespread and then when she finally caved in to did not withdraw the bill. She said the bill is suspended and it will died. After the session is Osso. Repeated internal deliberations over the last two days I now announce announced that the government has decided to suspend the legislative amendment exercise so she is refusing to accept the people's which she is very stubborn. So what do these protesters want. What is their end game here? Well I think if I wanted to be scrapped and then and of course. The people want amnesty amnesty. Who for the people who were arrested during the protests? That's right there's about four thousand five hundred now right I know and and they also want the setting up of an independent commission of inquiry. Okay looking looking. Who Y it all happen? And this is something that's done in a number of times before and out timidly of course they won democratic elections. They're not asking independence. Some may be maybe a small number but the vast majority are not asking for independence from China but they want to have the right to elect our local government including the chief executive and all members of the legislature. I can't help but notice noticed I've been watching these images all week and there's so much violence right now. Do you think an inquiry enough. Do you think promises around elections elections are enough. Well of course I mean things have gone from bad to worse and there's no end in sight. It's terrible terrible. You your right to question whether an inquiry will satisfy the protestors but right now as we speak I still think the majority quite vast majority of Hong Kong people that of course would include people in the Pro Beijing. N- Cam I didn't they support this inquiry and you must understand that Hong Kong is a city that is completely split Asanga Unda there are those who are very pro democracy some even support the violent protests. There are those who don't eh one change and there are those who are very pro-beijing okay but this inquiry I think is the thing that many people would support. Can it help I think so. We end every or the violence no but if many people are prepared to accept it and think it is a fair fair and truly independent inquiry many would stay home as you said look at all the protests that many people coming out not all of them engaged in violence but there are many standing there handing out water the bricks and everything right. Stay home if we have an inquiry this inquiry. Do you think Beijing will even let this happen. Adding more democratic positions to Hong Kong will China. Let that happen well. That's the sixty thousand dollar question. And so I think it turns on. What does China want to do more correctly? Ray What does President Xi Jinping wants to do to Hong Kong is Hong Kong still US SPO apple important to China. All the presidency wants to destroy Hong Kong and just allow it to sink to the bottom from the Victoria Harbor. As we speak I think Hong Kong is still important. Why is it important? You mentioned before that Hong Kong was awash in money any well you see they. Actually many mainland Chinese in Hong Kong investing living you know many Chinese companies he's here they dominate our stock market so they are benefiting directly and also China I will financial sector is very important. Gotcha to China. They say a Shanghai may one day take over motion or whatever over from Hong Kong as an international financial. Oh Center and people just laugh this no chance. They don't have the rule of law and the currency the remain be is not freely convertible. They have to rely on Hong Kong with the IPO's and all these things so they know they kill. How's that going to help the country so so is it fair to for me to say that the idea here is that Beijing wants to preserve Hong Kong the way it is because it is a safer a place for international commerce? You know because there is some kind of rule of law there. It's it's used as a gateway war sure but I think thank you say they want to preserve Hong Kong as it is that is not right. Okay they won't Hongkong as a gateway you'll right but they they want Hong Kong as a gateway for international commercial and business activities on their terms but my dear friend breath. That's not going to happen if you take away. Freedoms the rule of law what is left. We'll be like Shanghai.

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"unda" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"unda" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim

"Welcome to the good Muslim, bad Muslim podcast. This TASR in today we have a special guest high Emmett. Unda Jarar Runda, welcome to the show. Hi, welcome. Welcome to me. We have a special guest today, because Zara, couldn't make it she is doing her rock in it amazing stage show live show on behalf of all Muslims up in the bay area. San Francisco, we're so proud of her so proud. I think she's almost sold out or ticket. I know it's so amazing. Yeah. If you're there, I hope you side if you're not there you should go. See it. And you should be regretting not going to see it. I've seen all of his jokes five times at least over the course of all these years. Yeah, it's funny. It's worth it. I'm very proud of her. It's super funny. It's unique. It's really necessary thing super necessary. Yeah. And so in her stead we've run. I will try to be funny. For people who don't know who you are. How would you describe yourself? I could describe myself like the way that people who hate me describe me or I can. Like some of my favorite hate mail things, I've been called a camel Kant, which I would love to be like, the name of my memoir, but I don't think my editor would be into it, 'cause name, I'm a fiction writer primarily. I also write non fiction. I've written a novel and a collection of short stories I teach creative writing at Fresno state, and I am also someone who likes to talk shit and cause problems on. Our favorite kind longtime listeners of good Muslim, bad Muslim, you know that we've given run a good Muslim award in the past. And then we that was a really beautiful day when I found that out, and then we stocked, you, and then I found on Instagram like renders, L, A, I'm needed maker, my friend, totally metoo was like, oh my God. And then we chase rundown favor. Yeah. In the same neighborhood. I love that. And then we became friends, and now she's on our podcast, which is how I feel like I want all of the good Muslim awards to happen like some awards, then I want them to become my friends. Absolutely. I would be so naughty. I would I would be giving them to like people. I thought were sexy. Oh, yeah. We haven't really done that. We've been giving mostly the good Muslim awards to women because I feel like women don't get enough platform. But women can also be sexy. What's that doing? The by one. Yeah. Yeah. They're totally just honorable reason I'm giving these awards. I love the idea of giving awards to Muslim people who usually don't get or words because I don't know. I feel like let's necessary. I agree that I'm so glad that you're on our show. And we've been having a lot of fun since you came to LA, which I'm really excited to jump into talk about. Yes. Either Mubarak aide Movado. We just finished the month of Ramadan. I've been really stressed trying to get back into things post Ramadan. Yeah, I got really sick the week after I'm done, then I was just like okay. I need to get back into being healthy and whatever's. Yeah. And I got like really upset by my family who spending time with over eat. Yeah. Boys happens. But how is your eve? My hate was really interesting because I was in Kuwait. So I went to Kuwait, the last four days of dawn, five days of done. Yeah. It was really interesting. We're the stores open all night. Yes. Stores were open mostly are only at night at one point, I was not fasting. I was on my period and driving with my mom and I started drinking water in the car..

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"unda" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"unda" Discussed on The Fractal Marketing Podcast - with Gerard Doyle

"Together. Those workflows in solutions in the white feels works is it's a lot more challenging than just picking a I can bet you curious tonight. Is there you exploit trends of like topics right now in areas that everyone's kind of experimenting with the area where the challenges of being met that you can kind of elaborate on. So we get a sense of guess, the cutting edge of you Xs right now, I guess like five years. Ago. Everything was kind of at based it was a lapse on your phone or you'll ipad devices, something like that. Whereas now everything's really moved to cloud platform. So pretty much only apps that reliable now. Awesome, cloud Bice Facebook, everything that apple does him in the Google does is all pretty much in the cloud. And I think another state state-owned from that is where we starting to get into things like mentioned reality and sort of wearable devices act lived on a great job with the experience on the watch. For example. I think the the market is kind of fragmenting because in the future, not everyone will be just using a phone to interact with perks that we using a smart watcher of mentioned reality glosses, though, any number of other devices in your conflict sample. So there are going to be always other devices in ways of interacting with platforms that we probably on familiar with yet. And ultimately, it's gonna be quite a challenge to design these different experiences, these different apps that he used in all kinds of different contexts, and I guess testing them in understanding what works. Doesn't it's a bit of a bit of a new frontier, actually. And then, you know, who knows where it's gonna lead in the future much is a huge challenge. I mean talk about virtual reality just hardly thrives the whole user interface window. It's a whole new environment which they to deal with. But you know, diversity is the challenge. It's the it's the the difficult part of the job that I'm I'm guessing you probably relish, whereas if ever was logging on in the same screens the same devices Siamese devices, you communicate dull. So I can I can say this issue. A lot of fun challenges there for you yet. He knows where it's going to go on the teacher. It's pretty amazing actually everything is starting now you need to go self driving cars and everything like that. And that's a a US or prompt challenges will as well as technology in high with is required to make the damaging avoid heating. Anyone you know, how do you control? And ultimately a lot of the things signed to become alternated with his very little sort of interface and interaction with a user or scenes almost transparent to them that you did not physically touching. Green necessarily. So I think that divorce is in experiences again evolve from literally interacting with a screen to something that's more abstracted than kind of blended in with the rest of the reality, your rain, and you you'll almost not sort of nauseous unify civil almost disappear entirely until in eighteen track was in many of the actions. Remind phased is down just bike dean tragedy at night. Like, we just grow up. I mean, I think we're with kids of an age, which means they were born looking at the idea, there's an ipad screen, and they got the idea that put the finger on and every parent with kids ten years and year Unda have had that experience where they're looking at six month old going hang on the worked at what swiping us on an ipad. And you just realize that's just the power of the whole user experience. When you've got a six zero ABC wax it out and on how to get rid of pitcher, I can Chinese screen, and the great thing about kids is that I mean, not only those experiences incredibly in Shoda because you directly into. Acting with the objects on screen since obstructing at bar amounts or tied. You actually touching the object you want to interact with I mean, apple did an amazing job with you'll you'll gestures where you sort of pinch your fingers, or you turn things around on screen any felt like you actually sort of touching the objects..

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"unda" Discussed on Night Call

Night Call

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"unda" Discussed on Night Call

"I love it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. Get get together any way you can like that's just like working at Walgreens now like oh. Somewhat. Yeah. You used the internet to try and make yourself fame. Any to twenty nineteen. I'm I'm a little less on board with the song itself than you guys. You know, I do love crossover hit. But this it's like I can't deal with the minor key songs re really down with nine inch nails agile right now. I do only FANG lipping or those horses in the back and Wrangler on his beauty. Can't tell me nothing. Cyrus remix, which truly elevates a song of the summer because the other reason. To the rim is that it went to number one on the country charts and billboard decided it wasn't a country song because they are racist. Yup. And that is the reason why because there are so many songs on the country charts right now that are totally rap country. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Rap country is existed for a long time. White people. Do it all the time so much talk wrapping especially on mainstream country radio which both secretly listened to you all the time. Getting my car. It's all just spoken like now Sam hunt. Sam hunt him highs girl, and then she came. He's like the Drake of country is not my favorite at all. But the little Exxon when you hear it it is like an Semak, it's an earworm it just brings me down a notch. Like I wanted to just lift me up. You know, there's a lot of sad songs about horses. That's my thing. They gotta run runway run free. I mean, he's just wants to ride until he can't no more. I'm I'll allow it. And I also love that the visual for it on the official YouTube laying red redemption, which just takes it to another place. I just feel like I feel like the crux of the hajj Unda. That's what we're calling it. Right now is like this reclamation of cowboy imagery for all people and like this digital age which yes for it's not like country music's being popular. But this has been a thing I've been thinking about since they were mean to be on say the words because that was right before the election. I remember thinking like what the fuck is wrong with people. Why aren't they just like welcoming beyond say for deigning to give country music of bump? On the right? And they were so mean and racist about it. And I was like maybe America has a lot of problems. We haven't really dealt with yet. And then I could it be. I couldn't listen to mainstream country music for a while after that because I was like, wow. If I just think about all these people being racists that makes me don't think that it's necessarily the all the artists. But I think it's like a lot of the kind of powers. I went through definitely a bunch of the winter for sure and not just old school people. Which is what's weird? And again, I went through a period where I was just like any song had country in it. I would just like replace it with racists in my mind. Yeah. And that was a fun game to allow me to listen to those songs racist. I'm a little bit Iraq. Whatever makes. Yeah. Yeah. Makes you raise us. Yeah. It works. They work it works out. But this is the little knows. And Billy Ray Cyrus song has will allow country music to redeem itself. By welcoming little Naza into the country stablishment as they should. They should I still agree with that. Yeah. They put the song. I believe the remix. The billboard decided also is not they still won't put it on the country charts..

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"unda" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"unda" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I just thought it was going to talk about Shirley. And also definitely in early and accent. Yeah. We've it's already happened. Like, it's already I'm already having to apologize. You don't need to apologize for my flawless impersonation of the people down Unda. We're here to talk about the USA versus the world special here for American juror, or as I like to cleverly call it the USA versus the English speaking world special one guy got dubbed over. Yeah. That one dude a full four other countries were represented Taryn, and they all spoke English for the one guy because those countries are Austrailia England and what Germany and Spain. Yeah. Two of them were from Spain. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. Hey, no, it's it's silly. That like even in this very limited scope link Europe is a big glaze and still we're repeating countries voltage times. And I think it's because they like made an effort to find people that spoke English. I think they are just like they really don't like having to do the dub over. Yeah. I guess so I don't know. It was not the. The widest range of international affairs. But well. Well, yes. So here we are USA versus the world, and it's pretty normal format here. You know, they're going to they're going to face off stage one stage two stage three and then a dual at stage four, and it's all about, you know, hey, Europe has the crown can USA take it back even the zero of the people were on Europe's team last year. So the defending champions like this is a completely different people because I'm really clever, and I like to make clever nicknames for things I also nicknamed team Europe team fake Europe. Wow. I mean, I mean, you get it. Right. Because it's not the real Europe team. So I call them fake hero finish the. The. Bake team Europe's there a fake team. They're not fake your up there very much as or more European because if you call McCall was Canadian. We're past that. Now, he's the Europe team Europe does not represent the country any of the countries anymore. It represents the spirit of the team in the spirit of the team was Canadian and his name was Sean McCall. Okay. So because John McCall is gone. This is now a team fakey era. Yes. Okay. Isn't fake Europe lake Epcot? I don't know. Caught his fake everywhere. Yeah. I mean, you could call Vegas fake, lots of things. That's true. We've been to fake you're up. Exactly Caesar's palace is based on a European country. Theoretically, theoretically, so we've really cracks that we have. So we're here they were there. And basically how it works is each each team is going to send one athlete per heat. And they're going to compete on all of the stages to athletes do extra two heats per stage and the person who gets the furthest the fastest is going to get two points for their team. The person in second is going to get one point for their team in the person that comes in third is going to get zero points for their team diction is really good today like compete athlete. Even podcasting a lot lately. I've been working really hard on my take European diction. Addiction fake European because son McCall's not here or you also being dubbed over. I am. I am. You can't tell because you see me listener. But I'm actually I'm speaking. But it's a different voice. That's coming through. It's it is still me that stubbing over me. But it's it's just it's not happening in real time. Okay. So you're speaking English and dubbing over yourself also in English. No, I'm speaking in team USA, but I'm dubbing over team fake Europe. Okay. I understand. And that's why the subtle differences in the diction. I'm surprised that you caught it so early. Well, we've been positive podcasting together on.

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"unda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"For some witnesses. But there were none. We started to look and see if there's any video. Found some video but nothing of the actual collision. The accident happened a long dark stretch of road and nearby residents say it's known to be a dangerous area for walking because many drivers just go too fast. And just don't keep an eye out for pedestrians. LA county supervisors are calling for action after acid spills or spill at the Torrance refinery about five gallons of modified hydrofluoric acid bleat while being transferred from tanker truck to attack Torrance firefighters say there was no threat to the public. But supervisor John is urging the refinery to move away from utilizing the potentially deadly chemical. It is only used to meet California clean burning fuel requirements. Dozens of transients in Anaheim have been a victim from a growing homeless encampment. Some of them went to a new shelter others trying to figure out what they're going to do next gene Kampman at Maxwell park was growing exponentially. And people who live nearby were getting upset with the sake of the residents around there the library. We can't allow people to use these areas as living space Anaheim spokesperson, Mike Lister says the city came up with a win win plan. They built an emergency shelter for the homeless and then cleared out the park someone to the new facility, but others say the rules are too strict if you're going to give a shelter we appreciate that. We would have loved to take it because it's tiresome out here. But I can't be locked down. I didn't do anything wrong. I'm not a criminal. I if I was a criminal gel. You know, she says she doesn't understand why she couldn't just stay at the park. But the thorny say that is no longer an option and those who remain could be cited or face jail. Time Cooper, Rummell KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Well, search and rescue crews are working hard to try to find survivors in Indonesia after a large soon. Nami hit the sun. Unda, straight wives. Oh, excuse me waves wiped out tourist communities damaging hundreds of homes and hotels, more than two hundred twenty people are killed that we know of at this point that's going to grow the death toll at least eight hundred people have been injured many are missing BBC reporter, Rebecca hence.

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"unda" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"John would have been I think really seriously injured Chad would've just hilariously. He would have had a tree if you're ever in that situation just commit to the grip chain changing that I was like, oh, it's tone. It was doing the moon around and everything like that. Okay. The letter to your family did it for science kicks equally Hughes. The by far. Do you think you could hang I let's right there. If you want to find out. Greeson something earlier that me dreaded you compare it to like the presidential fitness challenge. Physical fitness to take which made no sense as to like how healthy whereas child. Yeah. Did you feel bad? Yeah. It just was a public way to show your peers hell week, you're and hanging was one of the challenges. It was like the, but you had to hang in a chip position. Even worse. Did you guys have to do the beep test? It was called something that was a coal to hang something. I did a bleak. Whenever we never did beat tests in the US. Test back and forth. You the beeps gradually get closer and time and you have to run back from a correctly from wrong. Did you play a sport in high school today? I did track track. Yeah. So, you know, people used to run the lines for basketball. Yeah. Yeah. That's what a beep test is right. You run get faster, faster and. As time goes around or whatever it was. Yeah. I mean where does it put us all now? Adults. Regret fitness us. We now have a president that could never look. Finished test is to like eat too, big Macs. How much would you pay to watch? Donald Trump tried to pass the presidential fitness test. A lot of convince him that it's a thing that it's the it's the prison for finished has the president used to pass it. Obama. Did it? What happens is he'll get a he'll get a letter from Dr that says he did it better than anyone's ever done before in private cameras, and he failed it. We were all standing ovation for five when he was. That's like North Korea stuff. Right. Like elevate Kim Jong Il, he got eighteen holes in one. Nobody saw it. But it happened, right? Shot pudding or something like that. Right. History. I think it's real. All right. Let's do this quick little game. What was graces event who for track in high school? The different what are the different events. Well, you do like longtime meter dash jump running and jumping doing. Hang gliding Tang. That was another one I'm going to stress hang gliding. Get what's your guess? Javelins I'm gonna guess long jump. I guess she was a relay runner because she's a team player. So four hundred. Relate? What were you? What was your thing? I did all the jumping things that had hurdles highjump long jump and pull ball. Yeah. All this fun thing. Yeah. I did pull up because I realized that when I was in high school, which is like two thousand to three no women were doing. So I could easily score points or my team over the base. Six foot high. And I was not good at it at all like from an early age. I was tall later in highschool. Yeah. It was like five nine when I was like a junior. And so I was like I'll have to do is just kind of sloppily swing my feet over this Paul, and I'll get first place cool. Were you late bloomer was. Yeah. Because I did you for lady too. Yeah. Fair lady. I was. Yeah. Did you mastic for years stunted my growth like hugely? And then when I stopped doing gymnastics also my body was like we can grow now with. You just. Early enough. And then your mom's five pen, and like genetics are predisposed for you to not do see the clip of the guy voting and as the pole. The Pogos Unda, and he meets on the other side like his testicles on. Yeah. Perfectly catches him. A new someone who she ran track. I remember what what event it was executive trek was in high school. She said that she would always do. She would run with an acorn in her pocket, which he thought he couldn't run anymore. She would toss the last bit of effort with like just run fast enough to get to that corn. And..

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"unda" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on Science for the People

"But it has this kind of lower flounce. So it has these kind of slightly overlaid double him, and you look closely at it and the under she makes particular point, which is really interesting the rating at I didn't understand why until I've made it again the undecided the flower. She said she'd be the same material as the jacket, whereas the rest of the skirt. She could be a different material. And it was like we want you just saying that she's just a she's a dressmaker, so she's making a particular kind of like material recommendation, but what happens is when the cyclists win. The the lady gets close to a bicycle would reach down to the bottom of the skirt underneath one of these foced flounces and underneath his a ribbon record that's threaded through series of rings that very concealed you gather the scout up to your waist at that point and tie it at the waist gathering through these rings at at with a bow or a note, and because it has double flounce one is tapped Unda and the one that is the same material as the jacket remains there and becomes this. What's called a double peplum just a AA that completely matches the jacket and looks like it continued government, but it is a short one in just becomes a much show to roll up from the. The ground up to your names. So again, cleese's the the ground incredibly easily enabling the women to cycle. She would get his good release these codes, and what is pretty much those who've lived through the eighties. Fashions putting much bubble skit it would then drop straight back down to the ground. Again. We've got Henrietta Mueller and her three piece cycling suit. She was a fascinating woman to investigate some of the coast as per the history of women's inventions. You I had to piece together the lots of fragment of materials across lots of different archives to try and understand with who they were were they came from what motivated or influenced them end somewhat easier than others end Francis. Henriette moolah was certainly one of is because she was a gentlewoman from Maidenhead adding buck shit. She was passionate women's rights activist. She was originally from Chile on that they've to the UK with family when she was young. But she spoke six languages. She was educated in Gooden not long after it. So stipend on out to women see. She advocated women's representation and kind of refused to pay a tax cosc- felt she wasn't represented him was actually taken a arrested for that. She didn't believe that women had enough of a voice in the public's face to set up the women's herald DeVos women's penny Pipo that employed women to write articles about also things not just kind of women's stories, but just getting a different perspective and paid them equal wages for equal work. She really was incredibly progressive end. It differ. Isn't it doesn't come as any surprise that? Because cycling was seen an amazing kind of a of women's in its patient. And she saw also this issue of Saka wear is being an opportunity to fit women's bodies. You know, better with this new.

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"unda" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Two hundred Unda and she becomes the owner of a movie theater under an alias and a certain soldier tries to make friends with their spouting film nonsense just talking film nonsense. And you know what member film nonsense always works. Nerds just talked to girls about films they don't wanna talk about and they'll totally be down with you. But. Through luck or whatever have you. He's a war, hero and film stars war hero turned film star, and he forces her to meet with Joseph Goebbels who is the Nazi propaganda? The main one who's leaking today, his newest film in theater in France, and now I know a little bit about Joseph Goebbels because when you study film and media, like I did even though I didn't watch the warriors bastards you learn about the history of German cinema and how ordinate was and the scope of all the things right. But in a scene of long drawn out conversation, again with with Nazi officers, especially with the chew Jewish person in in the realm of these people talking about how they're not human gotta. Do you have this long drawn out conversation about this film zebu and unsuspecting guests comes and joins the party and creates what would be considered? I guess an absolutely disturbing scene with the facade of this kind of fancy kind meeting over dinner. Yeah. Emmanuel, AME MU Jim, a hidden prisoners. He'll mini still on immense and offers actor tall doctor, his guts in for us. The mosaic come on. Does he falls and bourgeoisie. Applets.

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"unda" Discussed on Nintendo Power Podcast

Nintendo Power Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on Nintendo Power Podcast

"When I see ads for car insurance, any guesses? Yes. Yes. I actually was just talking about this game yesterday. Believe it or not Geck's. That's right. Since specifically, yeah, that was good. You got it. Geck's, yes. Okay. Anyway, specifically it was get sixty four the gecko. Yeah, sixty enter the guy. That's right. Enter the gecko. Do you remember that title? Our last one thirty years ago, this is August nineteen Eighty-eight. Cami published a side, scrolling space shooter for any s that featured the Vic viper ship from another famous ES game, and it was originally called salamander in Japan and he guesses. You said side, scrolling side, scrolling space shooter. Gradients. Gosh, I have the image in my head. I just don't know what it's called. 'cause I remember as as in Sodom Unda, which the Japanese title. Cheese. I, oh gosh. It's like super funky. Giant floating heads and is really colorful. I remember this I played. I don't remember what it's called, is it? You can even have a power up has a fist on it like a punt like a punching thing like it's got to be that he does not. Okay. Well, I'm sticking with my answer because I know that's where Vic viper was from, but if you're saying featured Vic, viper, yeah, I would consider this game. Maybe a side sequel a spin off yet. Gradients I. Oh my God. Yeah. No, I know exactly what. Okay. I can't. I don't know the name of it. I really don't. I'm see it and then you guys will just, you know, you'll remember kick yourself lifeforce. Oh, my life force. That's right. And the Japanese name was Sodom Unda. Yeah, yeah, that's right. I life force is under the name of the main ship, like honestly, I have no idea. I don't remember the story me neither did I didn't play it, so I'll have to look this up now, but still pretty good showing you goes one for two or three. Yeah..

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"unda" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on The Starters

"We, we leave him for like maybe the night leave him overnight, and then it's like, let's break it up and do it all again. He does sometimes little ones while he's having his breakfast. It's like he's a piece you missed gave that twenty in. Meltdowns yet though, with a missing piece, not really does that's going to be. We do miss a few pieces, but he's kind of okay with it. He's like a because he's almost like a copy bothered looking for it. So it's just not. Not. But I think it's much fun and it's also great because it's like a non electric game and interaction you have with your child which is hard to come by the moment. See, find the border first set your strategy. I try to find the corners. Yeah, and then we sort of, but I let him kind of do whatever he wants if he wants to build it from the inside out. That's fine. If he's having fun, I'm having fun. We haven't found. Did you? Are you going to. Are you going to be one of these as you get older? Are you going to get into puzzling yourself? Because that's sort of thing. Now, my Mark. She loves it. Five thousand? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's all about him. And if he wants style was like, I'm just happy to. I'm just happy to to really wanna then branch off into my own area. He would enjoy something that's. Yeah, I like being that, you know being that keyed in that moment, it's right. I'd like to reframe the over under question. You doing a puzzle alone. I just I wouldn't have as much. Bonding with your son underrated. Way over. What do we do together in the bath. JD waterproof. All right. Try it. Who's do you enjoy them? I do. Yeah. I said under eight different fit everything. The way it wasn't your stomach. I maybe should we do quick review of the of what we rated thing. Okay. Actually we can't because I don't think we agreed. Unda generally said, we don't have to greet. Okay. Okay. MAC and cheese over this of chicken pizza. Oh, what a stunning defeat I took in that? It doesn't mean it's not overrated fair. Baggers that we all felt we should. In that much. Nobody's out by, it'd be jigsaw puzzle. From there. Even do it yourself baseball games. Tally was thing I'm saying under, I think drinking beer in the sun. It's great. It's too hot. All right. I don't wanna go over there. Pretzels. I feel like. The baseball game. All right. I have a great time. Turn up. Love you guys. Awesome. Thanks for joining us. I remember jigsaw puzzles with your kid or fun. Jake's electronic. It's just one race today. People..

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"unda" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on The Starters

"And then you feel then you have that film when you get up and you're like, now I gotta shower anyway. What's the? Yeah, try meditating. Okay. Okay. Ears under. Business idea for some enough there, Matt you. You brought up the water dropping era. The book dropping in the water, a waterproof kindle. People with by it. Oh, what if kindle? Yeah, I'm surprised they don't have that waterproof everything else. Maybe there's a you can put on these for sure. I guarantee there's a case that was guy was gonna end up there on a high, but Lee looked over at my little and saw that I had jigsaw puzzles on it and point to that like this and then other puzzles like a dog that wanted to go for a walk. So we give a strong opinion on severely under. Yeah, my six year old is right into puzzles right now. Doing them with him is the most fun. We having so much fun when you build at together and you get that piece that he was looking for and you put it in that the camaraderie and the bonding you feel and then when you can play it, it, it's so much fun. And now I'm just let let by many jigsaw puzzles as we can't. And when you build them, what do you do? Do you just break them up? Yeah, then we, we leave him for like maybe the night leave him overnight and then it's like, let's break it up and do it all again. He does sometimes let little ones while he's having his breakfast. It's like, he's a piece you missed gave that twenty puts it in. Oh my God. Any meltdowns yet though, with a missing piece? Not really because that's going to be we do miss a few pieces, but he's kind of okay with that. He's like, because he's almost like a copy bothered looking for it. So just not here, but I think it's so much fun and it's also a great because it's like a non electronic game and interaction you have with your child which is hard to come. By the moment you find the border first set your strategy. I try to find the corners. Yeah, and then we sort of wacky, but I let him kind of do whatever he wants if he wants to build it from the inside out, that's fine. If he's having fun, I'm having fun. We haven't found. Did you? Are you going to. Are you going to be one of these as you get older? Are you going to get into puzzling yourself? Because that's sort of thing. Now. She loves at five thousand. It's all about him. And if he wants style was like, I'm just happy to. I'm just happy to to be along with that. I don't really want it then branch off into my own area. I think he would enjoy like something that's not. Yeah. I like being that being that kid in that moment, it's right. I'd like to reframe the over under question. You doing a puzzle alone. I just I wouldn't have as much fun. Yeah. Bonding with your son underrated. Way over it. Do what would you though that what did we do together in the back. JD waterproof. All right, wasn't sure on juice. Try it, man. You couldn't nephews at least. Who's do you enjoy them? I do. Yeah. I said under eight. That's something different. You try to fit everything back the way it wasn't your stomach. I maybe what should we do quick review of the of what we rated thing. Okay. Well, actually we can't because I don't think we agreed. Unda generally said, oh, we don't have to. Okay. Okay. MAC and cheese over this chicken pizza. What stunning defeat I talk in that it doesn't mean it's not overrated fair. Beggars that would, we all felt we are No you one there. was fighting that much. Nobody's out by being based jigsaw puzzles. Oh, right. Unplugging your kid from there? I think even do it yourself. Baseball games. Telling what thing I'm saying under, I think drinking beer in the sun. It's great. It's too hot. All right. I I don't don't want want to to go. go. Temper pretzels. I feel like no, not at all. Pretzels at the baseball game. All right. I have a great time. Turn up. Love you guys. Awesome. Thanks for joining us. I remember jigsaw puzzles with your kid or fun jigsaw puzzles as opposed to an electron activity. It's just what raise the day people..

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"unda" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on The Starters

"And then you feel then you have that film when you get up and you're like, now I gotta shower anyway. What's the? Yeah, try meditating. Okay. Okay. Ears under. Business idea for some enough there, Matt you. You brought up the water dropping era. The book dropping in the water, a waterproof kindle. People with by it. Oh, what if kindle? Yeah, I'm surprised they don't have that waterproof everything else. Maybe there's a you can put on these for sure. I guarantee there's a case that was guy was gonna end up there on a high, but Lee looked over at my little and saw that I had jigsaw puzzles on it and point to that like this and then other puzzles like a dog that wanted to go for a walk. So we give a strong opinion on severely under. Yeah, my six year old is right into puzzles right now. Doing them with him is the most fun. We having so much fun when you build at together and you get that piece that he was looking for and you put it in that the camaraderie and the bonding you feel and then when you can play it, it, it's so much fun. And now I'm just let let by many jigsaw puzzles as we can't. And when you build them, what do you do? Do you just break them up? Yeah, then we, we leave him for like maybe the night leave him overnight and then it's like, let's break it up and do it all again. He does sometimes let little ones while he's having his breakfast. It's like, he's a piece you missed gave that twenty puts it in. Oh my God. Any meltdowns yet though, with a missing piece? Not really because that's going to be we do miss a few pieces, but he's kind of okay with that. He's like, because he's almost like a copy bothered looking for it. So just not here, but I think it's so much fun and it's also a great because it's like a non electronic game and interaction you have with your child which is hard to come. By the moment you find the border first set your strategy. I try to find the corners. Yeah, and then we sort of wacky, but I let him kind of do whatever he wants if he wants to build it from the inside out, that's fine. If he's having fun, I'm having fun. We haven't found. Did you? Are you going to. Are you going to be one of these as you get older? Are you going to get into puzzling yourself? Because that's sort of thing. Now. She loves at five thousand. It's all about him. And if he wants style was like, I'm just happy to. I'm just happy to to be along with that. I don't really want it then branch off into my own area. I think he would enjoy like something that's not. Yeah. I like being that being that kid in that moment, it's right. I'd like to reframe the over under question. You doing a puzzle alone. I just I wouldn't have as much fun. Yeah. Bonding with your son underrated. Way over it. Do what would you though that what did we do together in the back. JD waterproof. All right, wasn't sure on juice. Try it, man. You couldn't nephews at least. Who's do you enjoy them? I do. Yeah. I said under eight. That's something different. You try to fit everything back the way it wasn't your stomach. I maybe what should we do quick review of the of what we rated thing. Okay. Well, actually we can't because I don't think we agreed. Unda generally said, oh, we don't have to. Okay. Okay. MAC and cheese over this chicken pizza. What stunning defeat I talk in that it doesn't mean it's not overrated fair. Beggars that would, we all felt we are No you one there. was fighting that much. Nobody's out by being based jigsaw puzzles. Oh, right. Unplugging your kid from there? I think even do it yourself. Baseball games. Telling what thing I'm saying under, I think drinking beer in the sun. It's great. It's too hot. All right. I I don't don't want want to to go. go. Temper pretzels. I feel like no, not at all. Pretzels at the baseball game. All right. I have a great time. Turn up. Love you guys. Awesome. Thanks for joining us. I remember jigsaw puzzles with your kid or fun jigsaw puzzles as opposed to an electron activity. It's just what raise the day people..

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"unda" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"unda" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I love him yeah i think while the graham burden when i did not like no i don't like that one but uh yeah no unda note as the but now i thought i i love him i think they're great me to the last one was like a heavy that's all i have still haven't seen that one it's amazing it's amazing but it's likely without an abe on or grill on a horse yes galvanizing yeah as i said it's it's moses just like tarzan being chased by king congress like fonzie oh man that's great um all right so charleton heston taylor is a big asshole it's kind of funny now to see that but it's it's like i told my wife emily that's the whole pointed the thing is he's not the guy that you're supposed to really be rooting for uh because her flipping everything obviously with the statement on politics and race in the crisis them and everything yeah now the i don't know who's idea was to make him a dick by the idea of a misin th rope having to defend humanity is great and there is a very touching scene in the movie where at the end he finds like the artificial heart valve on any any clearly had a person that he loved it he goes away i'm not gonna say is like a guy new back home but he addle yes have been he had a lot of the same weaknesses and you could see that he cared about this person ounces of you know it's i think it's a perfect movie it's it's not the greatest movie ever made but it's uh incredibly entertaining all the way through and it is i could twilight zone this just enough of a message to not be.

"unda" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"unda" Discussed on Critical Role

"Of each step of the tightened your with in seems to cause you to shift slightly in the very very faint bit of dust be released from the tunnel around i'm just going to start because we don't know what's part of this is is the titans but an earth but some of the could have been made by kindled wolves at some point so i'm just gonna just assume that i'm looking for traps in look and listening for jumbled wolves unda campbell's okay cern taking a very very slow approach actually that's a the point of this look like it was carved by man from campbell dwarves or or met a nature make make an investigation check i unless the jewish internees eweek one upi which may be better than that of the him out there no no no no i four although i mean new much of this tunnel seems to be natural cavern but there were steps when you first came in the relex stone steps that were carved or placed with in the dirt but eventually were consumed or covered by uh silt anz loose earth them whenever the river seemed to have knocked loose ends began to flow over it um so you can see both lot of his his natural but there seemed to be at least in the few maybe like 30 or 40 feet you've made into the tunnel at this point you've seen elements of civilization of crafted and tree that merged with the terrain did we get a time frame of how long ago the script was built before like hold the script has been around i early age of our content so gust estimates from would you knew from and you guys both blamed the history this um well over.

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