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"yamaguchi" Discussed on Masters Podcast Club
"Hey. Everybody Win Klay by here and welcome to another wonderful issue of masters. So so grateful to have this platform with all of you. Of course, as we are recording this, we are in quarantine a little by little country is opening backup. The planet is opening back up and that's a good thing. But just the fact that we can still move forward and make things happen. None of this has slowed us down with the opportunity that I've had to interview some incredible people in and today is absolutely all about that. I am here virtually with a very dear friend of many many years probably. Thirty years, Melissa Yamaguchi, and by the way, this is not the first that I interviewed. Melissa we were trying to figure it out. I think the first time was probably twenty years ago back before there was even the term or that the phrase of a podcast before that even existed, we were still city down and recording the voices of amazing leaders, mentors and I have often said that some of my best mentors and teachers have been women and I have a small handful maybe not even a small handful, a large handful, but the small handful of wonderful women that I love and I support. Them so much they are my go to people you better believe that Melissa is part of that list. So Melissa once again, thank you so much and welcome to masters. Thank you when and I just want an as you were regaling like the history and a little bit of how everything started. Kept, flashing my head. You've always been on the cutting edge of everything I. Remember you walking around doing these and everyone was like, what's he up to what is he and here you are. You've always pioneering lead the way, and so I am honored on for multiple reasons to be affiliated with you as a friend with you at any but that's certainly not the least of them. They take you sweetheart probably back. Then I was doing this out of desperation..
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"yamaguchi" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"yamaguchi" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast
"With a Lotta gravy honor. Oh I mean that's that's the way to go okay. So what? What do three cookbooks. That inspired you the most You know in your career I would say number one would be. You know the wool from the Culinary Institute of America definitely you know because they're the ones that you know kind of like you know. Put My career on path right the professional chef. That's extremely important. Anyone of Nobu Masahiko says because someone. I have been fence for now. We've been friends for about thirty thirty seven thirty eight years. Oh Wow yeah and and then I just I just saw him recently and You know we we. We share dinner together at his restaurant. Nobles over here in Hawaii on Oahu. And he's just a very very very a just a good hearted man and he's just to me you know. I look at chefs as a talent. But but you know that has talent. But you know I look at chefs stat out. That really have the The heart and the beauty of of people trying to help other people. So yes that beauty. Great Human mean side look at his cookbook's because you know I can see his personality and that book and now move which makes me happy in I'm very very proud. That he's been able to do what he does. And the other one would probably be you know Michael McCarthy's California cuisine cookbook. From years ago because to me you know he was one of the one of the guys that really started this whole movement of being avangard in our in your restaurant you know just producing great food in having a lot of chefs in working in your kitchen. That had talent. You know guy like you know ten frank and Jonathan Waxman. Nasty Silverton Jim Brinkley. Zach Rule Gordon Knock. Arado saying union you know all these great chefs have come from. Michael's Hitchens this incredible. So can you give me three dishes that you could not live without S- cooking or eating or a number one rahman differently you know just love. Rahman any type of Rahman in any type of the Rama would be number one and believe it or not just a simple asta in our love noodles so then the other one would be anything with Rice. But you know me. I like anything to do with Roy. Hop Price is no no just just plain white rice okay in a and a fresh aid yoke from a nice fresh chicken in anybody that can get it is put our WANNA try. It is not. I have not told in my frigerator three five days a year. There's always a knocked. The measure conscious of Japanese. Yeah Yeah Yeah. What is the strangest things that you've ever eaten I don't know if one of the few things that I've eaten my life that I don't really care for maybe as I just got the knack for it would be the Durian Yeah very putting her cannon holding so it's Creamy in it's nice but for some reason you just I never really got really enjoy it. One thing that I you know earlier on was I was eating crickets. Which in a is not bad you nike grilling this or like Kind of like a flower as a base for mostly fried in having a very very sweet soy sweet kind of like a coating on it vis to crunchy. I don't really care for it because it's just it just to Christy. I'd rather have it a little bit less Christie in a little bit more juicy so you know I don't know okay. Yeah you elect to Chris and then then no drinking gall bladder juice from fish in also from a from a snake I mean that was a different but oh well that I never even heard of wow with. Where did you do that? So we in which parts of the World China and Korea. Okay many many years ago okay. What's your pet peeves in the kitchen? Aw just you know. Electric to be clean. You know just clean environment. You know to me clean. Kitchen is a happy and to me. You know clean as you go along and to present yourself Miceli. You just have to have a very very sanitized working area because that affects you know everybody so so. That's definitely my be okay. Cleanliness so chef. I want to say probably be when another good accents but Mahalo Mahalo thank you so much and Of course I was very very excited to have you on the jests. I was hunter. You know for me to have you as guests. I hope you enjoy the conversation. And I'm sure the guests listener enjoyed the conversation as well as a pleasure to be on your show Manila. And Yeah thank you very much for the invitation and you know I'm always happy talks food and talk about you know everybody cooks differently and I think everybody has different ways of cooking. And you know everybody Jew but at the end of the day now to me cooking is extremely important. I think Language it brings people together. Food brings people together and when when they can share a bowl of rice or of east bread. You know. They're able to relax more and they're able to communicate better. I think and become friends so I think it's it's great that you're having this podcast you're able to show the world or the world or to have people understand that there's different ways of enjoying food and talking about food and what what's more important or not important and everybody has their own opinion so great thank you so much. I really appreciate those kind words. Recording this episode was it unique moment for me and I hope it was a great moment for you to next time. Miami Howie and hopefully it will be in twenty twenty one. I would love to meet chef Roy Gucci Person. You can find the show notes from this episode on the website flavors that come and please follow us on facebook and Instagram at flavors unknown. Make sure to subscribe to the Buckfast and please share it with your friends and colleagues as I always welcome new listeners to the show next episode. We'll put us back into the covered. 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"yamaguchi" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast
"The of both so. That's that's pretty I mean. Yeah I'm back then in eighty four the only place she found Paul Ryan the Chinese restaurant or a jeopardy absolutely and then so eight eight so critical of usually date for you because You celebrated like two years ago like you. Thirty Years Anniversary of Roy's restaurant. So congratulations and you created the so-called H-how infusion concept so how did you come up with and with its new created? It's I'm guessing obesity these only in France as but can you tell us a little bit like the journey in nineteen eighty seven. I moved away so right after. It closed three to five north. I moved to Hawaii because I wanted a restaurant in Hawaii because they felt that. That's my upbringing. You know a lot of Asian culture here so in one thousand nine hundred four. When I first opened Roy's I wanted a restaurant that not only served. You know the the flavors of might pass. Which was French in Japanese. But I wanted to add the other elements because while I was at mit three eighty five north. I was studying a lot of different things and and trying to learn more about the other Asian countries and more about Europe so so when I opened Roy's I wanted a restaurant that number one have state of mind of Hawaii but yet us all the ingredients you know the local ingredients from Hawaii and then at the same time you know. Concentrate or have the emphasis on on seafood. Because this would Hawaii is known for but yet at the same time all all the great products fresh products like fruits that are from the island. So I started this restaurant. Roy's keeping that in mind so I started to add a lot more of the Filipino or Korean or Chinese Vietnamese flavors in to what I was currently doing from the three eighty five north days and added more of course of the European element so Orillia a global kind of flare but yet utilizing the ingredients for Lakers success from day. One because obviously everyone knows about like the fantastic explosion and you'll growth and all the the restaurant. Roy's that you had you know everywhere so it's like a hit from from day one. What does this make this way you know? I was very fortunate because about six months. Prior to opening Moi's there was a feature article in Bon Appetite magazine. There was about seven or thirteen pages in yard and in this whole article was about me and not about a specific restaurant but but I was doing up until then so when I open. Roy's people are waiting to see what I was doing. Solve very very fortunate that that something like that happened. So that was kind of like the marketing tool that that worked to my advantage. So so when I Open Kippur started to write about a guy anymore Yamaguchi. That opened a restaurant in the suburb. Because where we open the rich in the original. Roy's Kayce. Yeah it's far away from far away from From the Hustle. Bustle of the city is more. Yeah just went there. In fact she weeks ago so yeah it was a driving distance so anyways to make long story short people were looking forward to it so we were incredibly busy from the start but you know we were busy. Fortunately because people want to see what I was doing and to see what was going on so you know the the Yes. The restaurants busy like in the following years. You wear partly created lecture this group. That was called the Hawaiian regional cuisine. And so what was the main mission from this group? I was fortunate again when I was living in Los Angeles and working in Los Angeles. I was able to see the the Hawaii The the so called California cuisine movement where you know a lot of the chefs got together and talked by local ingredients specially when I worked at Laremy Taj the chef-owner John Virtue. And you know if the chef de Cuisine Michelle `blanche. Nobody grew harake over there so so he started to grow Harvey Corvair and he found out how you know somebody who was growing in etc etc in. He wanted them. You know he he wanted the Muskogee Dobkin. You wanted his own fall gras and wanted you know Nice You Know Johm division and you know so so he was doing all of that stuff. You know getting together with different people. Growers and farmers and ranchers so when I came to Hawaii I said to myself it would be kind of interesting if shifts would get together and with. Peterman was already doing a lot of that stuff. You Know Chefs. You know working with growers and and stuff like that you know. We were able to put a group of chefs together. Who were you know? Had the same kind of a goal and vision and Mina. But you know you're working with local farmers and getting the fresh ingredients and working with local ranchers etc so so that was the start. Very start of this. Why regional cuisine of Guinea people together in being more conscious of using and utilizing in working with local products? Because I mean there's a great abuse. Local product can Hawaii with obviously shellfish bed coffeen CONAN Medina Guyland is of the way while now like this week Maui Union. And so on bed. I've read. I think that you are saying that. They were not really used by the chefs. You know at that time that they had on the island and most of them were European. So why do you think? That's what was the reason for them not to To to use like those never show local ingredients well back in the old days you know going back thirty years before Roy's open. There's a Lotta European chefs in Hawaii and working in hotels because hotels where the places to go you know. Independent restaurants weren't really a hotel restaurants. There were the spotlight in the European chefs. Wanted to bring in ingredients from far away. Because that's what made their restaurants special right get over soul to get veal chops to get You know be from somewhere else to get a trolley solar get the Atlantic cod or you know the Atlantic Salmon or whatever. It may be those. Were really a selling point and making their restaurants glamorous whereas when I first opened I said to myself you know what I wanNA use local ingredients because I saw that movement and California's I said I'm GONNA use that. Low only use Hawaii's local ingredients and showcase Hawaii. And that's why you know. The Hawaii regional chefs movement was extremely important because we wanted to showcase what Hawaii had the offer. Not Somebody from faraway or products from far away but products from our shores. Let's talk a little bit about your creative process so obviously you inspiration comes from Hawaii. But can you be specific? Give us maybe some some example about like your soliciting spearation how you go about creating lecture. A dish on the menu to create. You HAVE TO BE INSPIRED. Then to be inspired. I think I think you know you have to enjoy life number one and two. You know you have to love what you do and you know being fortunate to be in Hawaii where there's a lot of beauty and there's a lot of you know. Just the greatness of being here is is just an inspires me to do good on a day-to-day basis into learn in progress. So for me finding more local ingredients in order to find a source for better things but the first thing I always do is you know. Look for things. Look for ingredients that I wanNA work with in two. Not Everything has to be. How can I not everything has to be? You.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on flavors unknown podcast
"Every amazing flavor is an amazing human who has perfected their craft. Welcome to flavors unknown a behind the scenes look at new flavors on the chefs pastry chefs and bartenders who create them with your host Emmanuel. Who Hello there for a few months ago. I had the immense pleasure to record an episode with Celebrity Chef Roy Yamaguchi it was just before coming nineteen and I was just coming back from a trip to Hawaii. So much has changed in a well since I am your host Emmanuel Laroche and you're listening to a piece at forty three of my podcast flavors unknown beating of Food Industry for more than twenty years both in Europe and in the US and every other week inteview trending chef pissy chef and bartenders around the country if you are new to the show. Last week was an exceptional panel discussion with three guests. Chef now me Pomeroy from Portland Oregon Chef Ian Boden From Stanton Eugenia and Chef Gabrielle. Crosser from Manhattan. They shared their votes about covey. Nineteen and its impact on the restaurant industry for these new. Ap's Today. I want you to close your eyes and imagine that you. Are you know how at the famous restaurant? Roy's and that you have a unique opportunity to meet chef Roy immaturity high chef. How are you? I'm doing very memo so I'm very excited to have you as a kiss to on the podcast flavors unknown? Thank you so much for being on it today. No problem budgeted the end the show with you. I have to say that You know you are Foamy and a lot of people. The father of the Hawaiian fusion cooking style and in fact back in two thousand three. I was one year that I arrived in the country from France. And my first Vegas Vegas. I discover. Roy's restaurant there in. I discover you as a chef and then you'll cooking style and I literally fell in love with it. Roy's Vegas at that. Time was my most go to a restaurant every time I was going to Las Vegas so I'm very hundred. Then you to have you today. Thank you so I would like you to explain a little bit to what's how I- infusion is and how you came to create. Its but I think that maybe I we should probably restart at the beginning. You were born in Japan and your dad was from Hawaii. Your mom was from Japan. And then you'll grandfather live in Maui correct. You spend a lot of time on Some of your vacation in Hawaii so i. I'm just curious about how you can tell us something that time. And what kind of kid aware you at that time. What kind of house sold for very fortunate because I grew up with in Japan On a US army base. So I was able to live the lives of you know maybe the Japanese how they live and also to so called the American military base. So you know the best of both worlds my father as you as you mentioned. My father was born and raised in Hawaii. My mother smokey now so you know. Being born and raised in Japan gave me the opportunity to live a great life being able to taste than three need a lot of the Japanese cuisine and at the same time living on base in dealing with the commerce military commissary of stuff for us. You Know Fried Chicken in you know hamburgers and French fries with gravy on it. Now that stuff so you know th th. There are a lot of times being able to do that. Every other summer I used to come to Hawaii and then spend time with my grandparents and my uncles and aunties relatives. And that's coming to Hawaii and to be able to do that so I mean it was definitely incredible childhood. So that's why basically you know. My cuisine today started with those roots. The roots of my father my grandfather's cooking so being able to taste the flavors of their childhood in their their Upbringing so early on in life on the meals that we ate at home you know of my father did most of the cooking than those were the flavors of Hawaii the flavors of his childhood. So that was kind of like. That's what that's what I embrace. So that was good stuff. Can you give us some example? What kind of food? The was your father. Grandfather you know cooking too important dishes would be chicken. Tikka which is kind of like a choice in kind of a sugar based broth kind of sauce as to the other is my my my father's cooking USA make beef stew and you know here in Hawaii. There's a lot of tomato that's used as a base too so you know some some make it more watery than the others but my father was more of a Kind of a soup. So it's a lot of tomatoes involved in a lot of beef broth and Chunks of Stu me my dad being you know from Japanese Being born and raised in Hawaii but yet you know his roots are in Japan because of my grandfather you know he would turn the beef stew into curry the day after so my father would make a huge pot of beef stew but the following day he would put curry pace and he would make Japanese curry so the the flavors that I enjoyed. And of course you know maybe one day a week. You know my father white by some frozen chicken fried chicken from That's been frozen in you would bites the the. Us military commissary would have fried chicken. So you know a very diverse kind of a in the Hawaiian in the Asian flare of And what kind of vacation did you have on Maui in Honolulu when we first landed in Hawaii with the start of You know spending time with my grandparents. Father would always take us especially when we landed on you know. We landed on wall who the first thing he would do is take us to the Thomas Shero fish market. Because that's where you know you would get a lot a lot of the Great Trish Fish in Hawaii. So the first thing he would do from the airport after my auntie would pick us up we would end up going to the Tamashiro market and my father would buy some. You know fresh fish. You know whether it be he or whether it be you know some other. Paka power whatever's available and then and then we would take that home to my Auntie's house and that's what we would have as the the first the meal in Hawaii every every other summer. Can you describe to us the momentum when food became really important to you and when you decide you know to work in that space since my father really loved to cook understand that growing up my father really loved to cook in you know. Even though he was a career military man He was a civil servant working for the. Us Army He loved to Cook a limited inspiration of him. Cooking came from my grandfather. Can Grandfather was a w-will verse man? But at one point in his life in the early nineteen forties. My grandfather actually had a restaurant on the island of Maui. Hollywood help them like in the restaurant not really cooking but you know doing the odds and ends of washing dishes and all that stuff know I guess he had you know because of that you know he he had this love for food so so as a kid growing up my father would do all the cooking would take us to all these different places and so we saw that early on in life and then so his love was to cook just about every night so he would do all the cooking you know my inspiration of wanting to cook came at a very early age when you know my father would have. Teriyaki marinate in the kitchen and I would invite my friends over and you know we I would i. Would you know get the Teriyaki marinate and stick a piece of chicken in there or some vegetables or whatever it may be on the barbecue and so at an early age of maybe you know in my twelve thirteen years old? Fourteen years old is when I was you know really cooking these little teriyaki sticks and making some pepperoni tried pepperoni with steamed rice. And stuff like that for myself by You know my my brother and my friends at one time decided that this is a profession that she wanted to to take Yeah well you know fortunate or unfortunate you know. I was very young about sixteen years old. I took home home home economics in high school. I took that because a friend of mine goes eight. Roy Meant you know we. We should take home. Make because you know and I said well what was mic. And he goes well. Don't worry about it. We can meet a lot of girls who say well okay. Well it sounds sounds pretty good so they'll call make but ended up you know it's to learn the basics of cooking so so once once I took that I I I mean I really fell in love with cooking it even more cooking at home. You know making that Pepperoni and the Teriyaki is one thing but you know when I was in that cooking class getting potatoes and chopping vegetables and I made a roast Turkey and you know I. It just felt good in school. Counselor GOES HEY boy district. He made tastes pretty good. So you ever thought about you know taking cooking as a course for something to do in your life and I said.
Tokyo court awards damages to female journalist in rape case
"In a highly unusual verdict that is being seen as a victory for the me too movement in Japan a civil court in Tokyo has awarded damages to the complainant in a rape case shortly ito says she was raped by a prominent former journalist and are you okay Yamaguchi and twenty fifteen he denied any wrongdoing and launched a counter sued for libel but this was rejected by the court miss Yamaguchi has been ordered to pay
Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen returns to Milwaukee for a fundraiser
"Oh seven Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen ease in town this weekend for a big fundraiser it was twenty five years ago that the west Allis native took speed skating gold appearing with him Saturday night at the gold turns to silver tribute at the Harley museum our other gold medalists including Kristi Yamaguchi and Bonnie Blair really is kind of a family and it's it's a it's a unique one everybody I think proud to be an Olympian and even no difference for everybody knows knows what the others have gone through to get to get to that point the Dan Jansen foundation raises money to help the families of people fighting leukemia the disease that took the life of his sister Jane met near WTMJ news I remember when they owned this city not just the city but were own this country I mean everyone knew Dan Jansen everybody knew Bonnie Blair they're all gonna be back
Japan quake toll up to 20 as rescuers dig through landslides
"People are dead and dozens of others missing. After a powerful earthquake. Japan's northernmost main island of Okada AP's Murray. Yamaguchi is in Tokyo and says the six point seven magnitude quake caused damage to buildings and energy supplies earthquake triggered landslides that crushed houses. And buried people underneath they breed and trees and also the damages to her generators caused a widespread blackout across the island's landslides crushed houses under torrents of dirt rocks and timber rescue workers are working frantically doing their best to read survivors. Meanwhile, the island's only nuclear power plant was damaged. But at first inspection. It appears to be limited island main thermal power plant was affected and three of its generators were damaged by the earthquake prime minister Shinzo Abe's. So that up to twenty five thousand troops and other personnel are going to Hokkaido to help with rescue operations the quake adds to a string of calamities hitting Japan over the last few months that include a typhoon flooding. Heavy rain in the heat wave.
Fortnite Streamer 'Ninja' Reveals Why He Doesn't Stream With Female Gamers
"This gamer Nadje Who apparently the most popular guy on twitch, says he's not doing streams, with women because he. Doesn't want to wind up not only putting. Himself in a situation where there rumors but her. Too but the woman as well and. They say here it's more. Than anything. Else a stark reminder that when it. Comes to equality. Within the. Gaming industry and society at large we've still got plenty of work to do why Let me finish reading the article before you start asking questions they. Say don't blame ninja though blames systemic sexism within the industry change has to start they stay with us is, individuals so if you, want to see this sort of behaviour curbed were all going to have to work better on it together and you remember gamer gate from a couple of years ago right yes that's what they're talking. About here where you've got people that will harass. Female gamers over every little thing if the most popular gamer in the world on twitch was a woman and she refused to game with men I would support her but I would suspect if, men came on. And made spurious allegations are. Aspirants allegations were made, about them or whatever that. They would receive harassment online two from the males that follow those female gamers and there's lots, of males that follow female gamers I think that Yeah I'm not sure that I agree with. That Claim that some. Men harass women simply because they are women some men do some women dislike men simply, because they're men and they do things too and that there's an equal. Amount of that and that doesn't indicate sex what I heard, in this article doesn't indicate sexism to me it indicates there is a the top gamer in the world for whatever reason as a man. And that he doesn't doesn't the top gamer the world does not participate with the other sex in order to protect them and themselves from harassment that I. Agree with the idea that that indicates sexism. I did not hear in. Indication
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Channel 955
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"yamaguchi" Discussed on KPCC
"Tending to be kristi yamaguchi and so when i sat down on sunday night to watch this first out gay figure skater skate at the olympics i knew it was going to be an event but i didn't quite know that it would be so emotional for me personally me imagining what how i would have responded to that as an eight year old as a 10yearold as a teenager is that he's a feminine qualities his girlish nece his gayness frankly was so present and celebrated and he got so much applause and all of that just bundled together i just think as a kid that would have been a really vital moment of validation you can be entirely yourself and people will love you not despite it but partly because of it i thought a lot about how i would have felt if there was an atom upon when i was eight years old were ten or a teenager and something i wrote in this piece was that seeing him as a kid would have destroyed me and i don't mean that in a negative way i mean it would have sort of just torn me down to the studs and then maybe rebuilt me you know just a little bit more confident or a little bit more seen we have to address systems and institutions we have to make bigger broader changes but once in a while seeing this one individual thing this one moment can instil so much hope and i'm so glad that uh hopefully so many people saw that on sunday night when adam skated and we'll see it again.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I really felt the sense at all is this really happening and i just kept thinking about watching christie's gate is a little girl in wishing i could go back and tell my nineyearold self this was going to happen of but at the same time i had a job to do and i knew i had to be professional keep the conversation moving tickets back demoted to you're watching the olympics you secrecy yamaguchi she gets a gold medal what was it about that whole episode that inspired you well figure skating is an exciting beautiful sport to watch out and and i'll never forget that night watching christie skate for the gold the long program i was at my grandmother's house sitting on the couch between her to dogs and my grandmother was actually recording the competition mbh us so i got to read watch it over and over and i knew who christie was i'd caught like the end of her world championships and i've seen her nationals but i was pretty new till exports vandam and when she won it sounds a little silly but i felt like i had one two in a way it felt like things that i wanted where possible and it was you know kinda tough at times than i saw christie on tv like winning the gold medal and i saw her being cheered and i saw her on magazine covers and i thought i had dreams to end suddenly i think all those dreams just felt like a little more real and where possible through go on to screw to julie's wholesome kristi yamaguchi posters on your wallner bedroom had i did have a couple of posters um i also had her sports illustrated cover with her with the gold medal like in my room framed for a few years she was such an inspiration to me i actually had a few questions that i wanted to ask her if that's alright your report christie when we spoke before you mentioned like you hadn't realized how much the gold medal would mean to other people nad especially to others in the asian american community can you talk a little bit more about that in how you realized it was this huge deal and what the supported the community meant to you let's go.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Fears figure skating competition what are you looking for well i think this year is exciting for the us team airs a great opportunity i think for medals there for sure especially in the men's figure saying category the us team is led by nathan chen who has really up to the game in men's figure skating by landing multiple quads in his of routines so pushing the boundaries from like two to three quads up to five um is pretty unheard of so um he is definitely one to watch in the woman's side muraina gas sue who made her first olympic team eight years ago in two thousand ten in his persevered and stayed in it and she's actually going in as one of the only ladies in the competition to attempt a triple axel only been done a couple times before in olympic competition so it'll be history in the making she could be the first american woman to land a triple axel at the end lympics that would be pretty awesome i'm just curious is watching the sport trigger the same oceans for you when you were competing like you get sympathetically nervous i do get very nervous and you know what they've been through and how much this means of them men i in other athletes a you know even when i watch them another sports it's the same thing and every two years on the olympics comes on then comes around i'm completely enthralled in in inspired will speaking of inspiring grisly want us to turn to someone who became a big admirer viewers around the time of your gold medal in ninety two back then the cold chung was a young girl living in oregon now she's an editor in a writer in the washington dc area and she recently wrote a story on you christie for the online magazine sean to land as well as for the new york times magazine hayna coal hi thank you for having me so being on the line with kristi yamaguchi are is old hat for you now but how does it feel being able to interview your idle so it's definitely a lot of crime.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"You did not appear that out the checkup on that but you got your all the tally minute coughs and a good you know killed two kyoto horiguchi saturday not kyoto right i think something else hamaguchi i dunno know but they have to amount bigger streaks than earlier chandler's guy threw me on he's our weekly yamaguchi not yamaguchi and then yesterday i was looking at a map at where okinawa was and i thought while there is a place called yamaguchi lynagh italy early thrown off your but it's kyoji horiguchi the japan here china here okinawa here is that what believe oh oh can i was really further down south from that island the jet that japan is now don't ask me why i was looking in that area but uh we're maya oh so i have to check make and so one of the place to go to his tapol a g m sure dog again a big sat out by the way the typology i liked that site i use it a lot now sure dog comes in handy ano mix martial arts dot com they have the you know the abc event list and in doing so you really have to go through separate goes i'm not kidding anywhere from twenty two about forty events every week that people don't know about in mixed in there is your bella towards you you abc's and whatever and um there was only three events this week was an event japan are brazil and there was a stateside event and that was it so i know that nothing much was going on out there uh why am i am stopping why are you laughing tired of our academic of the big picture weeds aca's really funny oh a if it yeah.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"It is very easy to tackle sure as simple very very easy to tackle he put up a touchdown last night which might makes fantasy owners happy buggery you know he's kind of the clean assured on the dirty laundry pile to me that's that's what amir abdul is soldier so brooks i came in to the the studio yesterday and we work on a computer algorithm very big system trying to figure out who exactly can tackle amir abdul do you guys want to tested oh sure affluent generated i noticed give me a name and i'll tell you whether or not we can put all you put it into the computer we put it in the computer and then we just see if they could tackle amir okay i'm curious know it is a little bit past his prime mike ditka owing it digger me let me put an end yeah let's see mike ditka yes my could tackle amir abdul his older yes prizes me her it might decca yeah you're gonna wanna try well here's one i tried current nfl broadcaster tony romo money romo he had a bad back could he tackle and yes oh the back is all right i could who hackel amir abdul wondered i anything else i've got i've got one okay actor mark pau gasol her okay known for his of course of zack morris fame yeah god takes it took me a second a type men let me let me go into the unnamed yeah yeah so wow i earn tried this one a former us figure skater kristi yamaguchi.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To that moment lease on the ground crashing with his fingers in his years net light comes the thing about that white light is it it is filled with gamma rays which are basically like really highpowered intense x rays in that instant light hit some those gamma rays shoot through his skin into the cells of his body were the in a is where they slammed into water molecules their clustered around the dna in is very thirsty molecule has lots of water nearby it an odd gamma rays when they come crashing in they knock electrons right off the water mantra and it forms of these very reactive molecules called free radicals which become like hungary little beasts and they start to go after dna they're very greedy four electrons because they're missing in electronic displayed and they see this big molecule nearby dna they go right after an they start ripping electrons off basically cut it at various points all of which is to say that the moment delight hit him sutomo yamaguchi's dna cut shredded with a where did the where did the bomb landon proximity to him 'look right near it more was it miles and miles away he was about a mile or so away it's a little hard to judge but he was about a mile or so away and he just remembers waking up uh lying in the potato field so then what happens he wakes up and he has no idea how long he was unconscious because the bombs sucked up so much dirt that it's sort of made the entire area dark it was like storm clouds over the entire city so he couldn't tell a long he'd been unconscious but.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The listening to radio radio from wnyc heat are you there i am here hello okay they say hello hurry of good how are you good hey i'm chad i'm robert you'll see radio lab so to begin with we're we're we're talking to author sam keen radio lab regular and he has just written a wonderful new book called the violinists thumb and in it he tells the story which is actually lee kind of encouraging i think you got to get that part though you have to make it through the worst luck imaginable and a thousand year curse yet let me just tell us the fellas name uh the fellows name is suit tomeu yamaguchi is a japanese of course story take place in japan specifically on august six 1945 what does his job this fellow he's a ship the engineer he designed big noah terry and shipping boats four mitsubishi and mr yamaguchi had spent the last couple of months working in hiroshima but now finally he's gets he's about to leave the next day to return home and on the morning of august the six what's happening with him he gets part way to work and he realizes that he has forgotten his in con what's in in com it's a seal let they use to stamp document oh that was his signature which you know was important for his work so he goes back home to his boardinghouse gets waylaid by the owners of the boarding house he's at and they say would you come to have tea with us and he's very polite so he sits down for t for a while with them then harks back on the bus takes his bus to streetcar gets off the street car and he starts walking and at this point it's about eight fifteen in the morning scott about a mile to walk to get to the mitsubishi plant so he's walking by some farms to get to the city when all of a sudden he here's something overhead he looks up in the sky in he sees plane way way up above him and he can just see a very tiny back descending from the belly of the plane and he knows right away that's a bomb i mean japan is at war after all he's been drilled an air raid tactics so drafts the.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Do you have a response his idea was it to put yamaguchi on commentary wants to back this week it's not good what do you think about an hindsight it will of had to brew of freight deal just suck it was not good and i think that wali went to the jury school commentary a you know i said you know about three hundred times than that span of eight minutes not yet think they could have accomplished it with the promo very end of match and got the desired effect that they were looking for didn't work wasn't the commentary one great however i thought the match standard damn good match yeah an announcer greet meltzer said that uh venus laconic green but jarrett look good and the match wound up being better than most wbf openers um he gave it two and a quarter stars and i don't know will talk about him again so let's talk about tennessee lease character can you kinda described to me watt tennessee lee was here on a talked earlier about jeff share when he was first they were jeered jarrett but what was his role in the company will see strictly on air who was who was campaigning for him in this role of feels unnecessary an onsite thorough lauda guys were campaigning actually robert over the time portrayed uh mr lee by god and it was at this time to help repackaged jeff jarrett and be able to fia part of this entourage li great guy and we felt that he could also help some of younger talent watch their matches given some advice but he was strictly here as a talent and not be a spokesman for i ask was he strictly a talent kinda catch everybody up to what the fuller's history in the business may have banned us some of our younger fans may not know swell his dad bo his dad was a war leave welsh of leave a think i have it right that so my gotten along lineage long history of the family and his brother wron was a very successful promoter they only elevator tories continental russ lane a second third generation rosler's and from odor's in wrestling business very famous wrestling family so robert had a long pedigree behind it.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"Kinda like bed of flowers and treason whatever right outside our house and she usually goes the bathroom there but sometimes she just won't because she wants to go in the neighbor's yard near and i don't know our neighbors that while we just moved interact tober and so she there's a couple of spots it she likes to go to and i'm always cut six she small so all what i'll do is i'll stand in the driveway next to the one that she's the cheese pooping in so that it doesn't seem like i'm waiting i'm just gonna like i'll be like looking at my phone and then i'll very quickly go over and grab it right away from the spot now is that wrong show i not let her go and the other in the neighbors yards in all like what am i do i even you pick it up right away if i had a neighbor who's always lead the dot com the my lawn y'all wouldn't like that so trail keeper and your lawn even when i don't have a law and that's what i'm saying like i don't i don't have a frequent he cannot though they picked it up i wanna make it up what can you think i'm a savage sees him savages now i'm everyone that though you're invited lottery was report in jail if you don't pick up your dog's proved yeah you should go home i've learned i just let it go really man walkaway yeah as yeah that's ridiculous neighborhood this let's go to blasio he also i woke i will drive to your house intake in i will here takemura's do i w we need to capture this le let sensei now the official photographer leg i'm the lakers fudges do you see him lead the dog dargo not picking of you'll see nothing to what he doesn't do it in front of my yard but he doesn't other people's yamaguchi doesn't you in my yard noting on on on a fascist might step up and protect your neighbour.
"yamaguchi" Discussed on WDRC
"Of a we'll be shielded from the view of his attorney and media witnesses until after he's been restrained in ivy lines have been inserted in his veins he's on death row for the two thousand six killings ever hospital security guard and a sheriff's deputy now his attorneys of ask governor terry mcauliffe to commute his sentence to life in prison with no parole citing his mental illness transparency advocates say the public should get to see as much of the procedure as possible to make sure inmates are not being subjected to unnecessary pain for ohio man is expected to be pleading guilty today to a charge of trying to go to libya he had to join isis airing daniels is scheduled for the arraignment hearing today is alleged that he wired money to an isis operative in january 2016 and said he was interested in travelling to commit violence overseas and other pr problem for united airlines this time involving a woman from hawaii whose young son was forced to up his seats now she's getting an apology a refunded a travel voucher company is apologizing after passenger was forced to have her two year old son in a lab for the final leg of an eighteen our fly from wire to boston that's even knows shirley yamaguchi paid one thousand dollars for her son's ticket but as they were about to take off so monitored been on standby boarded the plane lane claiming to have the same seat assignment as the taught yamaguchi says she remembered the viral video dr david dow getting dragged off united flight bloodied and decided to see nothing in its apology united blamed a faulty tickets scanning machine for the air tomor godley fox news.