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"woori" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

Thoth-Hermes Podcast

03:15 min | 7 months ago

"woori" Discussed on Thoth-Hermes Podcast

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"woori" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"woori" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"It doesn't look good when the team is struggling as badly as it was when Beckham was being as visible and distracting. He was once again last night and the fact with a couple of exceptions in the last twelve months, he hasn't exactly lived up to the price tag or the billing. So I think that Woori browns fans what about the steelers a another big day for Chase Klay Pool Devin Bush injury there of course could. Could be critical such a good player, and it's a time of recording unclear as to how serious it is. We would think based on what we saw last night and the word coming out of a steelers media that is going to be a long. Injury but. Nevertheless even that that takes the shine off it. Looking good right. Rothlisburger is now almost twelve hundred yards eleven touchdowns just one pick. Eight and eighteen last season with abject backups. He's obviously an absolute difference maker and same question about the steelers that I asked you about the bucks. Are They Super Bowl contenders thing? I do think that but I wonder again, is that the weakness of the AFC that all of a sudden it's not. It doesn't just feel like, Hey, it's the patriots and it's everybody else and it used to be that way for years and of course now, and then you'd have a team sneak up the middle. And make the super. Bowl and obviously Pittsburgh was that team with Big Ben going well, I you know in that Patriots era beating Seattle and in the other you know other big. Ben Super. Bowl, losing to the Green Bay packers What are we talking ten years ago now it's hard to believe that's a decade ago but I I also do look at Pittsburgh schedule and if I Who the best team they've beaten is here's who they beaten that giants, broncos, Texans emails, browns it. Might Be Eagles by a bit in Philadelphia gave them a great game the week before in the so-called Battle of Pennsylvania. But that's not a murderer's row. That's the for those games have been at home, and now they play three road games. Here's the Road Games Titans Ravens cowboys. And they gotta make those those Home Games. Rogue Games rather they haven't played yet again four or five at home to start and now three on the road. So we're going to get a much better idea but again, eventually it's the it's the old bill parcells adage of set up before your record is your record and Pittsburgh at five and is accumulating wins. They're not having these ups like we're going to. If we're going to criticize Pittsburgh for who they've played were also criticizing teams like the Rams you know like the like the Indianapolis Colts like the chiefs last week against the raiders when they slip up and lose to what we think is an inferior opponent, it gets pointed out and Pittsburgh just hasn't done that the saints of. When Pittsburgh doesn't do that they deserve a lot of credit and what a battle if you asked me to pick right now between the steelers and the Ravens in that division I'm not sure I could cause Pittsburgh Scott that tradition and that infrastructure like we're back to where we were when Big Ben was in his prime and Joe FLACCO was admittedly in his prime and it lasted a few years eventually a super bowl winning quarterback where those steelers Ravens playoff games and those steelers ravens regular season games were just cannot miss and When we get those games in the in the AFC north this year that's going to tell the tale I think there's clear and distinct separation between Pittsburgh and Baltimore, and obviously the to Ohio teams and Cleveland will be boy of Cleveland gets in. It might be by virtue of that seventh playoff spot at seven see being available because I don't think they'll be one of the top two wildcards of their to make it at all. What do we think is going to be the wild cod, the requisite record for it definitely ten six, right It's hard. It's eat now. Yeah. It's hard to see t missing with ten and six, and if you look more, there's been more winning in the AFC intra interconference games rather between the AFC NFC majority of them have been won by the AFC. But that said I think the West is a little I, I wouldn't gift anybody in the West Wildcard spot I wouldn't give any gift anybody in the East I think we all. Thought the Patriots Mills were playoff teams New England got to pick it up and I I don't think it's too early for Miami. I think there are a year away I just can't see it I. Know they've had they had an impressive win against San Francisco but everybody's going to do that to the New York jets the jets are legit threat a legit threat to be sixteen team this year now maybe more so More. So than anybody in recent more. So than Cleo lemon dolphins more so than the and sixteen lions got themselves Matt, Stafford in two thousand and eight The jets have ten more games to go and that doesn't feel like that many for the New York jets. So AFC wildcards are going to be really really tricky to judge and and it's the north, the most likely division where you might get to wildcard teams in to me but the browns are going to have to win their share of games against good teams to do that the Cleo. Lemon Dolphins. Loving that. stated. That's right. Well. Speaking of unbeaten teams added again credible bowl contenders you gotta you gotTa scribe. That's the titans now. Absolute Thriller Against Houston and he's the critical thing right? Derrick. Henry pick it up. All the headlines and and understandably. So of course, two hundred and sixty, four yards, two, hundred and twelve of those on the ground that ninety-four Yada which incidentally, Greg. His top speed during that ninety, four yard touchdown run twenty one point six miles per hour. That's the fourth fastest top speed in the NFL this season and he's carrying co he's carrying quite a lot. To be running that speed unstoppable, it looked as always does with Derrick Henry. Like the. Video game footage that we saw blade ESPN thirty for thirty documentary the best that never was. About Marcus Dupree, you're watching highschool footage of him, and if you haven't seen it, it's on ESPN player. Go Dig that out. It's a brilliant documentary, a ultimately as an uplifting story drenched in in tragedy as well. The clear in the title lead this was lights out the best footballer. Anybody had ever seen the best run back never see and he'd go back and look at that footage greg of Dupree. It looks like he is running through as an adult running through kids and that's what Henry looks like in the NFL looks like. Everybody else around him who's been shrunk by about seventy percent of normal size and he's running all across them. So he was absolutely dominant, but it was Ryan's once again you know as well as anyone on this show, we were banning MVP debate at this stage of the season that's nonsense at this stage of the season. So we're going to talk more about the best players season so far runs hamill absolutely has to be in that conversation wall attack team. We talk about teams with identity right in the steelers make a great point about. What they're about they they understand whether now they know how to do it such a balanced side, the steelers, right you've got all three of the magic. You've got a really powerful game.

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"woori" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"woori" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"Right. So it's, it's a it's a it's it may sound. Selfish to watch reduce your own suffering. But when you think of how you can be better for the people you love most in the world to say, nothing of the strangers who also have to, to interact with you. You know, out in public. It's, it's a piece with being truly selfless. Your, there's it's not zero sum. You really. Yeah. I mean, if they can foc- if, if I, I mean it is a little paradoxical, one of the things one of my goals is to be able to deepen the time that I spend with the people that I love, and when I'm spending it with them. That's what I'm focused on. I'm not thinking about what somebody said on Twitter, and I'm not thinking about, you know what I what happened earlier that day or what's going to happen tomorrow, or, or anything like that. I am focused on what we're doing right now, but it's with them, you know, it's with these people, and that's, that's. Important to me. And so it'd be a kind of a sad irony. If it ended up diminishing my attachment to those people, which I was in some sense, trying to deepen or at least improve the quality of our day to day interactions. What? Yes, those, I think can be quite distinct. Attachment is not synonymous with quality. In fact, attachment is the thing that. I would say reliably reduces quality because it was just so quality is, is a matter of tension and, and breed them on your side, as your free of the picture in what's like to have your, your daughter or son. If you have one come home from school. Right. So, and you're, you're talking to her about how how the day went and you know what, you know, our house, the test and all of that stuff. You know what, what's going to make this, a, a perfectly satisfying experience and wearing you are exactly the kind of father, you want to be, and you get all the feedback that you are that to type of father from your daughter, and what's going to make it a, a lousy experience. And attachment is not going to at least in. In most sensitive that term is going to buy toward the lousy right? Interesting of all the ways in which you are tach, met your special attachment to your child can make you, you know, judgmental and impatient. And Woori about the kind of person they're going to become right? You're putting pressure on them that is completely pointless. You're communicating conditional love rather than unconditional, love all that. It all goes sideways based on those variables. Whereas if you just if you're really in touch with what a miracle, it is to just be standing in front of this person who who's sharing your life, and you're in touch with just how much you love her and how beautiful that moment is, it's a very different type of attention. And it's, it's really it's the thing is you can't hold onto it right. Right. All you can do is have it again in the. Moment be based on on your, your free attention. And this is why mindfulness is a kind of panacea because it is, it's not a matter of holding on to this thing that you can't possibly hold onto. It's a matter of, of giving the next moment, whatever it is your full attention. And temblor may be if, if we got to that level, we could be more poly-amorous compulsive. Hey guys, I forgot I have a heart out at in fifteen minutes. Okay. To take my daughter somewhere. Now, you don't need to. That'd be taking somebody else's..

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"woori" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"woori" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"woori" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

13:38 min | 2 years ago

"woori" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And the unique backdrop of Bethpage Black beginning tomorrow about thirty something miles from where our studio is seventy five hundred yards roughly, not the green just a real everything that you can ask for in terms of golfing challenge. And Nick Faldo's gonna actually gives a buzz. He's on the course now to try to find some good reception and the great, sir. Nick, six time champion major three three masters three open championships. I was doing a little research. Okay. Think you'll like this teak? Then this one thing I certainly want to ask Nick because I don't know how it's gonna play not so much with the wetness. That's yeah. Bill tells us right away. But the last five PG winters. All right. Kept going into sending order. Get good. Justin Thomas Jimmy Walker bolt as role right right in jersey Jason day and Woori are back in two thousand fourteen worry shot might have sixteen. The average score of the last grant the different time of the year. But still the the winning score for the PGA championship was to the average was two sixty eight the average of those five right now went back and two thousand two when tiger one he shot minus three and in two thousand nine that was Lucas Glover at Bethpage. They're winning scores were tiger was to seventy seven and Lucas Glover was to seventy six now I bring this up because historically the PGA championship has always been far less punitive than US open. Which is what was the only two major events outside of the FedEx, and the Barclays that have been at Bethpage. Do we see something that more resembles the winning score average to sixty eight in the five? Previous PGA's or the two seventy six and a half that has represented the less to events and Beth Pam to go with the latter. Which is obviously a higher score or more Kintu to what you're going to see a US, Open's tough courses. A Long Island is the tourist leave hilly rough and Nick Faldo cintoss a little bit more about it. But the especially with all the rain, and whether that means soggy, nece, slow, down, greens, etc. And less length or growth because supposed to be sunny for the next couple. We'll see. Okay. You said Nick Faldo, the great, sir. Nick FAO, those with us here on Tiki and Tierney lead analyst for CBS, of course, partners up with a great gymnast. And he's out there at Bethpage Cerdic. Welcome back to the show. How you've been buddy? Can you tell you a volume up guys I need you to be bit louder? We'll take care of that. We'll boosted. How's that Nick's a little bit better for you? Give yourself a good post. Post in key Posten, Nick is Ed or no one on again. I don't know if that Nikki you want actually try to call those back because I'm being told there's nothing. I got you. Now. I believe I can hear you. Okay. We'll try which audiences if they match. Okay. Okay. Did he say anything really eroneous will just chalk it up to you not being able to hear us? And we'll we'll get out bailout. Let's start with this. I don't know that we need to devote a ton of time to this. But you're a man of fitness. We know that you're all into keeping yourself fit six majors. I would imagine that Nick Faldo has an issue with John Daly getting a card. Let's we all love John. You know, he's, but but fundamentally you have to have an issue at this. Right. Yeah. Did nothing to do with it. It's I say walking integral pod plane professional Gulf leave that simple as that. Yeah. And it's not easy out. There at Bethpage. Because there's no you're not supposed to be on a card ever at Bethpage. He got to walk just a hack showing up on a weekend. So that's that's that's actually the interesting thing. The good. Oh, go get wake up at three in the morning and coming. Do they have to walk? Yeah. So. Yeah. That's it's quite he's he's managed to find quite an exception. The loophole in the the. Yeah, I reason I say that is because there's no cart pass. And so there's going to be places where he's going to have to walk. You know, just to get to where he's gotta go. It will get you know, a little bit of that later as the week goes on. But what's the course like it's been raining for the last three or so days, it feels like it should be soggy. But what can you tell us from actually being out there? No, the the drain amazing this phony adapt. So that you find in that sense. They you know inside the roaches. Fantastic preparation is amazing considering had growth from grouse about a month, and coaches Abreu. I think that's the only would you know about these full over five hundred. Yeah. And you touch the rough you'd better be ready small in what you do in all layup, and then continue but other than the funny thing. Review is is the guys would actually say, oh, wow. You manage to reach that green? Oh, wow. That's amazing. Why it my rescue? Wow. You've reached agreement rescue. It's not like the normal token. Somebody driving a nine to five fol now. Oh, wow. You manage to reach the green. So I thought that was funny. That's going to be fun for us. We like to see golfers struggle little bit because it makes us feel a little bit better. That's Sirnak Faldo six time major winner. He's got three masters three opens with a series at Bethpage right now on Tiki and Tierney. You know, when you talk about these these players the struggling to reach these par fours me one is what five hundred forty two yards or so how much psychologically does that change a golfer standpoint the golfing standpoint when they have to put a little bit extra of was whether it's an extra club or a little extra effort. How much does that affect them? Well, I think if you know, you can get it. Choose you still in the second show. Might be, you know, no, no more than normal. You you kind of have to accept to you. You don't want to force. You can pound it out the way on the naturally within you get on and do it. But if you if it's Folsom that one loss throughout the week because you know, you're swinging get at couldn't you hit one or two thousand eight and that'd be kind of you'll weeks I used to play within yourself. That's what it very few guys who would be pound out there that not alone. And and that send that game you don't make. And I said this to you before. But I can't wait to get your answer. There's seemed like historically there was a randomness to the PGA championship though, that certainly changed the last five years, you know, the big the Brooks kept gives the Justice Thomas Jimmy Walker. Maybe a step below those players, but certainly a good player Jason day, Rory. Those are the less five PJ championship winners, and you go back to guys like rich beem milk disrespect or guys like Wayne. Grady, more broke. They were just they get a random this. Why does it seem like the PJ championship is beginning now to resemble like maybe the masters where like the best players are winning again where they've got. What I did have a couple of withdrawals. Had it didn't have to cut one hundred in the world here. And and I think they hold hold organization at the PGA is really that thing is it now huge events when I play. Yes, we played moons ago. There's a look on the round the clock at but you could be out on the six and seven over fourteen fifteen and you found out of it. You know, you he was like out in the woods. And there was no my dad must be going going. And I think they they've changed that they've income the whole goal to whole fan experience. So yeah, it creates a whole atmosphere. You know the way. TV televised. You know, we we keep a drummer up as well with the coverage. But yeah, and then you get a few guys say and get major the key. Everybody is made is the most important events to win that they had that's the cat with the kind of own measured. So people guys really gonna step up on PJ down. You know, Nick, I was doing some numbers crunching here. And I mentioned the less five PGA winners, the the big names there and the average winning score in those events is to sixty eight to sixty eight to sixty eight point two and obviously going back to two thousand two when tiger won at Bethpage in two thousand nine when Lucas Glover won the average score. There was closer to two eighty to seventy seven change. Do you think this winner will be closer to high to seventies or high sixty s? To seventy s. Yeah, I g eight right now and sit in the clubhouse. As long as we me. Even if it does. You know, they got a brute of a day or two, you know, especially moaning sessions, these moaning sessions on Thursday and Friday will could be that could that could make or break. It just goes. Nick Faldo with us here on Tiki and Tierney CBS sports radio. All right. Nikki BT mention how you won three masters championships. One of those was in hundred ninety six. Yep. Exactly. So which means that you are presenting former champion to Tiger Woods when he wanted. First major obviously his first masters in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven now you look at them just a few weeks ago. He wins another master's a lot of people thought he was done in. You've watched this from both on the course as as a peer and now as an analyst he put into perspective how miraculous or fantastic this. This resurgence is Tiger Woods. Yeah. I mean, I, you know, I didn't think was possible. That's all the years went by an every is going to put this witch way from to flip the switch. But that just doesn't happen in our game quite like that. And he managed to thanks to. You know, this is this has been an eighteen months process that wants to back the full ugly back fusion when oversee very successfully gave him a whole new lease of life to where you could. Now, not only be go, but you know, could live life pain-free and the managed to build these game. And I think actually, you know, you you have some limitations with that spying which had away. I think help Kim because you remember how we used to scream every time. He lost his Lebanon downswing. He's had because down sixteen now he doesn't so actually swing. It looks really good. And then he gained mazing spirits from LA summit at KANU. Steamy was tied for the lead. I nine. To play and goes, I gave ago a year ago, the PGA, you know, he couldn't hit the Gulf cliche goes out into the night. If he can do that, you cannot do anything. And of course, you wins at as late. He then beat ROY a couple of weeks to the mouse, everything kind of. Started to fall into place. And then and then I it's a myself. Look he knows that the pressure needed for to win the masters, and you know, if it's the most intense pressure on that back because everybody's seeing success in fight it, and it's all about you know, when your heads. I goes, you know, then and and that's that's the number one thing you need. I guess he didn't even catch. So I kinda send one a great opportunity of Ican hang with these guy. He knows they're gonna get wound up and maybe can just slip in the right time. And that's exactly what kind of happen twelve. Hope is amazing. Yeah. He he got a couple of Great Lakes and Grey Cup. Because he got some fantastic breaks. He made too bad. He's out of the trees at fourteen says in Friday and on Saturday and Sunday, it's in the trees at twelve but runs rollaway through to the low quay. So he gets away with that. That was kind of lucky break in a way that how. Does full transparency. Could it be could've played those in to over and said he he plays them into one. So that was the that the huge difference that so and then the motivation of wanting to win again because he just wants to if you're gonna go out you want to go out as a champion if if if if he was to stop tomorrow, he would feel relief the, wow, I want again, everybody remembers me for winning provident remembers me he's having years of talk about everything. So that was what was amazing. And then it goes with the atmosphere at Augusta National eighteenth thing was quite unbelievable to help. And the celebration was with was something. You know, we I that's what I pledge that. We wouldn't have the same. They have again out in our lives, and it's not hyperbole. I mean, his mom was there. And it was so important for his for to see his kids for his kids to see them as. A champion, and yeah, exactly that was go. Here was I wanted my boy my kids into steamy? The champion seed see how tiger was used to play coming home. You know being up the e. It was it was the perfect stone. They get show. He he had to make you happen while Cernik Faldo, and I want to leave you with this year. You know, one thing we know about Bethpage in the New York New jersey area, there's a different energy. It's almost like a football event. It's raucous. It's crazy and the villain was Sergio back in two thousand and two. We know tiger get a hero's. Welcome any is there a villainous character?.

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"woori" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"woori" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"So at least two hundred thousand dollars if you call us right now, we're gonna custom designed for you an easy to understand financial review. Now this review will indicate if you're need of a full blown retirement plan. Now, keep in mind is no obligation or cost for this initial review to all callers who have at least two hundred thousand dollars safe for and dedicated for retirement. So if you meet that easy qualification, here's what you can expect that I we're going to run a forensic fee analysis. Now, this helps you untangle what's costing to work with your current plan or adviser will also help you those financial terms. Nights, those things that are existing in your portfolio that are eating your future live without even seeing them. We even got to show you how to protect your investments and keep more of your money in your account spokes. That's where you might money belongs. So there forensic analysis is vital, especially if you're not really sure what's going on your current plan and the next we're going to perform a tax analysis. Now, this will show you how you could possibly reduce your taxes. And if you do that folks, you do one thing that's very important to coach Pete you increase your personal cash flow for today and for the future. But finally, we're going to create a customized lifetime income plan. Now, this uses proven strategies and techniques and if done right, this could turbo charge, a retirement, income and most importantly, take that Woori out of with again retirement. So call right now, if you are one of the next fifteen people who call with at least two hundred thousand dollars saved for retirement Thomas is fantastic offer. I usually wait till later in the show to make it make it right now for people that are paid attention and joins us right on time. The first step really is to sit down with a financial coach. If something that we're talking about on the show today. Resonates with you and you fill the. The need to just get that second opinion. Or if you wanna make sure your plan really is aligned with your goals, and that very important risk tolerance that we talk about TD and.

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"woori" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"woori" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You gotta go wouldn't it be refreshing to see that kind of church discipline that would be phenomenal in send a huge message. But here's the thing. Stephanie we're going to have an article coming up coming out on Monday written by Woori at family dot org. And she is going to point out. The fact okay that twenty three states, including have the same laws New York. And then they allow full term babies to be killed just for the. Here's the reason as long as it's for the life in health. The mother, right. The health is really kind of. The right if it's the mental health of the physical health in so they find ways to do this. They get around it. I don't understand a fifteen year old girl in Philadelphia. This week has been charged with murdering her her baby. How can she be charged with murdering her baby? And it just makes no sense. So once it sucks, it's a baby. But before then is not. Well, here's the funny thing, I've got an article on our website right now, Illinois, family dot org. Written by a Reverend MacDonald who points out that there is a New York memorial for the nine eleven attacks that has ten names of of pregnant ladies. And her unborn child. It's a child not a choice or identify it that way, you know, so and so and her unborn child New York is forgotten day consistent. If nothing else does I'm saying if you're going to believe in something be consistent with it. Well, I love this time of year. We're looking forward to events. I love your of annual Bank. Would that's always amazing the best coming up Dr Irwin who was the retired pasture for moody church? I'm February twenty-second, it's a Friday. He is going to be speaking about Christians in exile. You know, we're we're living in Babylon these days and Christians who know what that know that story understand the reference. So I'm February twenty-second it's open and free to the public. You wanna hear Dr Luther come? Join us at seven o'clock at jubilee church and might Medinah Illinois, and that's February twenty-second on a Friday. And so you just go to your website click and just reserve a ticket or do you just show?.

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"woori" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"woori" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"We're lonely fade. Yes. What is what is the game blood sweets and tears play like what kind of game is it multi player? It's a one player single player into matter of like being desert freak but like imbibing enough calories. And then and then imbibing calories, but then. Not removing them but exercising out through fitness. Yeah. So you eat like five doughnuts. And then you have to like run five miles. So whatever your video game about your life is a fit bit pretty much. Pretty much. Yeah. Fit bit also desert. Freak would be a great game or. Yeah. Oh, yeah. A great one. That's awesome question four what one aspect of you game? Like, do you wish was true in real life? What's that what one aspect of game life? Do you? Oh god. One one on extra lives extra lives. Yeah. Just let me come back. Come on. I'm on. I don't wanna game. I don't either game genie. Just like let me come back. Yeah. Something spoken to somebody. Who's never died. Oh, how dare you? Saying yeah. Just saying in question fi and this fits in real world. What you not steal this. You can go right to help. If heaven exists. What would you like to your gods say to you? When you arrive at the pearly gates, the Viennese dessert buffet is that way. People know what I look like they're probably like he must be humongous. No, I exercise frequently. But I have a very very. Relentless sweet tooth. What's like, your go-to dessert? Like, I mean, it's basic, but like cookies, I'm not really like an ice cream person. But like. Homemade cookies blow my mind, you know, like cupcakes are good, but like donuts or better. Yeah. Certain types of cake are like the best Princess cake is like so gave. But I and I. I don't care, you know, this Swedish or Nordic type of cake with like, marzipan and raspberry. Oh, it's the best. Yeah. Only had it in California. I've never seen it on the east coast. You never seen it. And so it's part of my well, I was about to say, it's my favorite part of being in LA that shouldn't be my. I have a favorite part about being. Podcasts. Listen, podcasts Princess. That's it. I like the wings that you rustic. But that's about it. The what the wings that? You russell. Those are good. Those are good. But I'm not I'm much more sweep and safer. Yeah. That's the that's where we differ. That's literally the only place. Look exactly the same Long Island ever both terrified of that one kidnapping that happened right in nineteen ninety both say, Mary, oh, Mary say, Mary Dario, brother Luigi, the funny thing is that the the real test of it all is like, okay. So super blank brothers say Super Mario brothers. Now. What's the like, what's Maria's like evil twin or whatever? And you say, why are you? You don't nobody says wary. Yeah, nobody nobody nobody. But mar for me, it's instinctively mareo Luigi and Woori. Oh, yeah. So I don't know. It's it's it's my. Hidden language from Long Island or a dialect thing. A flavor. Just real quick. What's the what's the dinosaurs name derides Yoshi? Okay. Just checking Check. check what What did did you? you? What else? I don't know. I just wanted to know if there's you she you she. See with the Google bring mareo linguini OBI. Just missing Louis. Saying reading. That's it's it's it's linguini. Me poss. Characters are already weirdly offensive. Luigi now officially linguini. Why they call them. Mario why? Because agree there there. There was actually their landlord his name was Mario. And when they didn't have any money. This is when they're making Mario's they had before his name was like video game man, Herman jumper, man. Name to Mario. Oh, after like, if you let us pay this month this rent a month late will name the character in the video game of working on after you, and this talion landlord in Japan was like, yeah. Fine. Mario what's so funny about it is he's like a New Yorker in Japan my rent money. Yeah. Showed up in a stain a stain white tank. Top like, a huge, bald spot unshaven. What's with all the Japanese people? Very good us is hard to get a good slice of pizza sushi. Shit. As a type in time. It's just angrily hidden doors. Oh my God. Yeah..

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"woori" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"woori" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Really attractive? Really? Oh, yeah. Prematurely. Well, there's a lot to compete with. So, you know, this is like the. Catacombs and he plays her at once. And you're like, oh, it's pretty neat. But then I might say a little more. Visit enough staring your headphones. No, no. I need to jump a little bit. Harry status. Even when you go underwater, there's a muted version of it which would sound just like if somebody put up onto pillows over the speaker. The other one, please. So another clip another clip same song. But this is the sixteen bit style. It's got a real good. Genesis like Wayne. Yeah. I really do appreciate. But like I said I was kind of going through each of the and I like them, but they're just so reminiscent of a lot of those eight bit indie game or he makes that it was no one that really stood out trick word based on possible. Sound ships is something I definitely would admire. So I think this game really cool things of music. Transition his flawless like going back and forth. But I don't think it hasn't the tops stand up in this category. Okay. Good. It's not. I don't think it's stopped top three. I've got another soundtrack that. I think is very good. I'll let us y'all side clip. I did Jan you going to tell you. Oh, yeah. I get it. These are all very clearly there cut their fun in the. Let's. Crank it up. I have totally listen to this song before have you totally have one in the trailer. Listen to one of the other one. Very loco Roco. Yes, another one. And I would say this game shares some some some very basic DNA was like a local road in terms of its weirdness. Can I slow come called cherry? I love you so much Cheri love. It's got a little. Dot com. Oh, rubber duck. A lot pretty good. Game over and over again feels good. Yeah. This is it's real cute. Really good hearing. And it's it's quite good. But three minutes, we could just yeah. Just I could use the last you put in jail. I understand you brought a clip. Every time. Qin fab. Tang member got baked in the studio kind of did whatever. I got my bag. I mean, I I the original artist. Like, I'm sure this very well-considered. Oh, yeah. It comes off as delightful chaos is what I'm saying is. I mean, that's this game atonal in the right way. Lost on the longest needs to pay on their. All right. It's very cute. I feel strongly about it. But I like how weird it is. This is Woori. Oh guesting on here. Right. Right. Borrow you for this one. There. Where'd you? Good. Okay. Get the idea that it is super weird acute way. It's a very weird. That is very good. Who next? I really liked the end of the breach down track. I do too. It's very good Algo. It's it's another Ben Brenta joint. And it definitely sounds like it has a very simple style to T L F T L is one of my favorite soundtracks ever. Like, he's really good looking incredible. That just voting specific mood like for how simple it is. It makes you feel like you're lost in space and this game. I feel like is not quite as sorta co gimme gimme gimme old war machines. Give me a little bit old war machines. And then skip like twenty three seconds in. I know there's audio..

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"woori" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"Can have an instagram run a business but what also happens with social media's everything's not the truth but once it said is bible he sued i mean so so it's like even if i didn't do what someone said it's out there like the metoo movement you can just say van raped me no you can't and it is true it's true until it dies down you see what i mean so it was social media when someone write something it's true nobody cares about the truth when the li like charlemagne nobody cares about the truth and lies very entertaining fun and cool meco am i detecting a little bit of disdain that you might have for the metoo movement yes you are really lie we gotta get into this talk your shit i don't fuck the metoo movement if you want to go woori oprah turn me off the me to move house this because she first of all i didn't like that you know this is my thing i understand that a lot of women were putting some awkward situations sometimes by some very powerful men but how fucked me over is when oprah took got that award at the at the what was that oscar what what was that golden globes and she compared reecey taylor to the metoo movement like for me and this isn't everybody but this is this is what i take as a higher the highest percentage of the metoo movement women as women who are white not black who are white on a non black in hollywood in that entertainment industry going to get jobs for movies and someone saying or if you suck my dick i might get you the job and she sucked his dick and now she's complaining about it i had to do all these things he made me feel like i had to but you want something after that you got a movie deal you're wealthy now you're rich you all of them out i'm not not not all of them but i'm saying there's a lot of those who are complaining now you have a choice if you were raped that's different but if somebody just propositions you say i gotta dick right here and if you should happen to one is suck it you might get the job and you suck it don't you're not a meat no no why y'all what chose that okay a couple of things that dick fisher for big went their water bottle was in my face i move that dick all the way over bookcase i'm i'm gonna push back a little bit 'cause because i i like this i like this shit you talk about choices choices are based upon choices are oftentimes situational right like what unique in the hood right now doing dope there's a bunch of people are going to be like you always their choice build up it is yes at the same time you might argue that they had less viable choices combing other people therefore if they still was a choice it's still a choice but we have to look at how we correcting somme people's choices less devastating to their lives so in the case of some comparison by the way but i'm gonna let you could i'm not it's not a one to one is not by any means but when i the point that i'm making is that in a situation to where you've come out to la you want to be an actress you want to be all of these things you have harvey weinstein i'm whomever allegedly allegedly lawyers thing like in front of you.

"woori" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"Wall or being handed over unsold so that you could start to tap into the the rest of the companies in the economy as well provide incentives for maybe shares of companies to to go to to the place and after on them all different degrees of employees on ship that will be possible a great example of this in the us not long ago shabani the yogurt company you may not have heard of i don't if they have sales of a here but the was closely held privately owned not publicly traded and who is about to be on the public markets the owner allocated ten percent of the company to the employee so suddenly you've been working into bonnie you know getting your probably decent wage but suddenly you're an asset as well really interesting you start to create the political dynamics that would support the jaffa crecy into the future bit light while thatcher did with with council houses and stuff great joe thanks so much for joining us thank you very much for having me so what did you think i'm more convinced than was when took me wrong i've always loved the idea of cooperatives but you think of them as something a bit willy and hippyish side of the mainstream but it's just so interesting to me that the springing up like in laundry food i think that's what sort of very revelatory and it's not an a marginal pump the economy probably use this phrase before but also all the problems socialism's it takes too many evenings and you know i suppose that woori about two but it doesn't feel that it feels like you know list the way that you work because can be paid a better wage the profits can be fairly spread you can be more productive i mean you know i think it's pretty exciting cheerful appalled cost about ideas with ed miliband and jeff law do share your thoughts on what you've heard or if you have ideas for paper we took on future she can emails raisins at channel podcastone comb you can tweet his at chipper pocus of find his own facebook facebook don't come struck reasons to be cheerful podcast.

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"woori" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"A promotional image of cheetah wake scared yeah good point that's what i'm waiting for yeah trevor was a big drop but i i wanna see the design of the cheetah character he real interested that one is that why set in the eighties treat a print was hot maybe today's villain actually don't know much about the villain which i do always like when that happens when i'm not totally aware villain the my have no expectations maybe the villains from despicable maithri who was like an eighties child star stuck in the eighties wake was in that one too she was right yeah groups love interest so that's one too last bit of real movie news sonic the hedgehog in the sonic movies apparently going to be a juvenile delinquent are they nowhere to leap off with this one but is that a story line you like with sonic the hedgehog he's he's a delinquent juvenile delinquent i've always thought sonic was i don't know what age i've always thought sonic to be but in my mind he was somewhere quivalent to the human age of twenty two yeah yeah thought he was you know younger adult so knowing sonic is now a youth might change my opinion this movie a little more you you know know into the youth culture like edm and the what did sony executives say like the tough mudder off maters yolo across just pop in croix off why always use them the same age as like mario luigi because he was kind of counter tamari luigi from sega so i viewed him like that but delinquent young he's young gun yeah it's kind of weird right this mario held you think mario is how old how old is bob hoskins went by they did that sixty no i don't think mario's fifty i think mario is like thirty five you don't grow moustache like that as a plumber if you're thirty five i don't think ap mario had a mustache dog yeah i'm saying that the baby mario was just a smaller version of big mario that's what a baby is he was fifty one same age bob hoskins was fifty one when he played morio yes e fifty year old plumber though i will say i'm not sure that moore movie is canon always very good ole john tzaneen bob hoskins that's like the fifth time that we've had our name should be a motto is that his name then tammy emoto yeah mario twenty four he looks like shit yeah it looks like garbage he look for for twenty four i think it's just the mustache in the wait is him without a moustache definitely looks twenty four he's pretty portly younger brother then right so we even younger take yes i don't know look also need to say our ap dennis hopper was king kupa moody i guess i totally forgot about that i don't know how they decided on that one but yeah the early nineties were weird time before really had good computer graphics but we had enough computer graphics still be i'm bishops about some stuff and really pull it off at this one warrior older he likes to no way oreos younger than forty ultra look all these up how old is woori oh warrior forums dot com are you on the same side i am this is amazing what is what is warriors aid this so we are going to read it in a second we're we forgot the doing last week somebody said they've always thought warriors between thirty five to forty years old people seem to think he's he's just old yeah it looks like crap mario looks all that bad year warriors does look like shit at warrior has like the bags under under his eyes and stuff like that in fresh base with that mustache shaved off maybe jobs few pounds user crescent moon villagers says very fatty warriors in his early forties asked ligi right memorial in walla we warrior yeah oreo mall luigi there on actually to and google again our warrior and mario relate it's the first thing i mean i hope not based off most of the dvd's stated in intendo power magazines that worry was the cousin of the mario brothers but he has never been confirmed however yellow shares a mysterious relationship with wall we just a real mysterious relief like likely theory is that he is his brother though not confirmed you remember the mario tennis screen shots where like something looked like your crotch outline for luigi and people were speculating on the size of his dong right that's.

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"woori" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"I wanna see a stuff too i wanna see a promotional image of cheetah wake scared yeah good point that's what i'm waiting for yeah trevor was a big drop but i i wanna see the design of the cheetah character he real interested that one is that why set in the eighties treat a print was hot maybe today's villain actually don't know much about the villain which i do always like when that happens when i'm not totally aware villain the my have no expectations maybe the villains from despicable maithri who was like an eighties child star stuck in the eighties wake was in that one too she was right yeah groups love interest so that's one too last bit of real movie news sonic the hedgehog in the sonic movies apparently going to be a juvenile delinquent are they nowhere to leap off with this one but is that a story line you like with sonic the hedgehog he's he's a delinquent juvenile delinquent i've always thought sonic was i don't know what age i've always thought sonic to be but in my mind he was somewhere quivalent to the human age of twenty two yeah yeah thought he was you know younger adult so knowing sonic is now a youth might change my opinion this movie a little more you you know know into the youth culture like edm and the what did sony executives say like the tough mudder off maters yolo across just pop in croix off why always use them the same age as like mario luigi because he was kind of counter tamari luigi from sega so i viewed him like that but delinquent young he's young gun yeah it's kind of weird right this mario held you think mario is how old how old is bob hoskins went by they did that sixty no i don't think mario's fifty i think mario is like thirty five you don't grow moustache like that as a plumber if you're thirty five i don't think ap mario had a mustache dog yeah i'm saying that the baby mario was just a smaller version of big mario that's what a baby is he was fifty one same age bob hoskins was fifty one when he played morio yes e fifty year old plumber though i will say i'm not sure that moore movie is canon always very good ole john tzaneen bob hoskins that's like the fifth time that we've had our name should be a motto is that his name then tammy emoto yeah mario twenty four he looks like shit yeah it looks like garbage he look for for twenty four i think it's just the mustache in the wait is him without a moustache definitely looks twenty four he's pretty portly younger brother then right so we even younger take yes i don't know look also need to say our ap dennis hopper was king kupa moody i guess i totally forgot about that i don't know how they decided on that one but yeah the early nineties were weird time before really had good computer graphics but we had enough computer graphics still be i'm bishops about some stuff and really pull it off at this one warrior older he likes to no way oreos younger than forty ultra look all these up how old is woori oh warrior forums dot com are you on the same side i am this is amazing what is what is warriors aid this so we are going to read it in a second we're we forgot the doing last week somebody said they've always thought warriors between thirty five to forty years old people seem to think he's he's just old yeah it looks like crap mario looks all that bad year warriors does look like shit at warrior has like the bags under under his eyes and stuff like that in fresh base with that mustache shaved off maybe jobs few pounds user crescent moon villagers says very fatty warriors in his early forties asked ligi right memorial in walla we warrior yeah oreo mall luigi there on actually to and google again our warrior and mario relate it's the first thing i mean i.

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"woori" Discussed on History On Fire

History On Fire

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on History On Fire

"Authorities a setup banks all over latin america for the sake of fighting against the marxist ideologies and i'm the one who today's been betrayed and abandoned by the same people whom i've served so far so good makes sense your cows he goes on to bag the pope to kick out certain individuals thrum handling vatican business sees they are putting both the bank rumba roseana end devante unin dander as i was reading the latter i was thinking that calvi was fairly convincing any split to the pope by appealing to the idea of mutual benefit you know so far old the beginning of the let that he told med sans it was all very convincing but there's a moment as soon as i read the following sentence that i'm about to court for you i felt that shield down my spine because i was reading the wards of a man dig in his own grave it is the matic bar graph this is what caveat wrote manny are does making me appealing promises of health if i were to divulge my activities on behalf of the church many are those who want to low if i have provided weapons or other services to san regimes in latin america to out them fight our mutual enemies emmanuel does want to know if i have finance solely dr nash and provided weapons money to other organizations in eastern europe by woori not i'm not to be blackmailed i've always chosen to be loyal to you even if he puts mean danger.

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"woori" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on Back To Work

"One point you know the phasers if you use a phaser when you shoot the guy he doesn't like it's not like star wars where the you know the blaster hits you i'm hurt maybe i can survive in this like the phaser us go woori and you you glow for a second and then you're you've disintegrated you're completely gone and my boys like he's like where where are they going i said they're they're dead at that point he's like oh they're just disintegrated i'm like yeah he's like that's not a very good effect and i'm like he's like i thought they were being transported somewhere else i'm like not air their full on dad he's like oh okay well sixty seven skills right and and so like you know the whole thing with the with transporters he he immediately was like into the transporter thing and and has he has lots of questions that you know it really like it's very easy to poke holes in the plot lines of these episodes way more than i remember like back in the what seventies eighties when i was watching these like you know there was a lot of tension and like what's what's going to happen and it seems like my kids have both become so like you were saying the pace the pacing of the shows it so much slower and there's so much more talking and but you know what they did and i i want i don't know if this is okay i don't know how to feel about this and maybe you can help me they have for for the ones that are on netflix seasons i three seasons on netflix they have redone all of the exterior space shots alright they remastered them with new i've heard about this so instead of seeing the old enterprise which looks very much like a model they have used computer graphics to recreate it it no longer looks like a model it still looks like the old enterprise but it's it's a computer affect now and so one of the episodes we were watching was the one that had the one of your favorites merlin i know the the the one with the thole ian webb.

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"woori" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"Well come well come to these at third episode of woori week and the podcast parables from the past with me my guest today is nick long neck what's going on brother what up san thanks for having me my friend so brothers today we're going to have a conversation about the lifestyle of an entrepreneur and married lifestyle of an entrepreneur and where life can lead you um as we talk about that i'm gonna tell you some stories inside of what applicants i spoken to today i had couple of interviews today for warri week man and a half some interesting stories to tell about them in fact i had like 5 guys out of five guys are we signed in one guy so often often people as they came in how many interviews a week you you run i would say somewhere between fifteen to twenty interviews right and inside of that there is over three hundred application coming in every week and as well as seventy to eighty correspondents that takes place a once a man comes into an interview he's pretty much like inside of a conversation that will lead him somewhere and sometimes it leads them to worry week like nick i we're gonna talk about your interview how quickly that alleged to worry week and sometimes it's going to lead a man to a place where he can at least ask them questions i'll be the judge of that because sometimes i know that a man is not going to come to warrior week but all spent an hour with him any way so that he can see something in himself and that by itself.

"woori" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"woori" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"All right i'll ride well come to this second episode of woori week the podcast parables from the pit today's conversation is gonna be conversations of fathers and sun in the studio i have with me rusty ram and christian ram father and son both graduates of where we can what are you x are you guys doing good sam thanks for having us here today all right go very good good inside of this we're we're going to talk about conversations of what led rusty to worry week in the how his decision impacted christian and inside of that we're gonna hear christian story we're going to here rust these stories and we're gonna hear stories from three or four other fathers and sun that went through a similar journey about the most intense journey of father and son that i've personally witnessed inside of this game for the past four years has been the story of christian and the story of rusty also to began when to starboard rusty man rusty you watch the videos and then something inside of you said reach out just go back to that moment and tell us what were you thinking what made you reach out and what was the purpose in the goal that you were coming in inside of this game rustic sure so actually we just entered into this conversation last week well how i ended up in warrior and so it's the stories russia my mind and always will be.

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