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"yanni" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"You know how sometimes you go in and you pay a lot of money for these massages and they have nice like yanni. I don't want to but they do have a lot of his music and it's you know it's like no i'm saying i like it and saying it's relaxing honey and go back to bed. Critique massage style. Is he one of the flipping clue. Flew flew really good it last night he was. I have a hot tub in my house and he fills it with vanilla like whip cream and he hides in the bottom of it and then walking me goes surprise and then he plays like a little song on his very son sacks and then he gives me massage but he likes to do it where he hides his whole face cream so that stick out as little mustache because he doesn't want me to look in his eyes he doesn't want me to be distracted he just wants to be like an invisible force. So there's just hands coming out. And then he massages me. But i can always see his mustache. Just i have a frame of reference whereas faces home punching so anyway i thought he choking on her own spin whipped cream getting their own He played pan flute. He oh yes that to know usually well. They keep kenny g. Because i know interest with him for please don't say that so loud no nothing she was just saying. Look at me crazy talk. He's back to sleep no he. He plays paradorn sometimes too because he likes to put on underneath creamy hands on a wig kinney plays the saxophone just to be like him but only in private anyway. How is mexico. Nice strip larry's really. It's it's i think it's time but we want to answer the self quere square quest free qua- care self care. Yes will you talk about how you would take lots of medicines for everything and but then you realize just to like clean your system out. I'm going to let the dog out really quick because he's winding at the door. But will you talk about the Who let the dogs in. Mademoiselle myself for sesame street that was you remember barkley. By the way yes big berkeley berkeley. There was a whole song. That goes in and out in and out. is this. what a dog's life is really all about i. It comes in and he goes out every time. Your dog wants to go out. Please think of that song. Big fluffy irks story. I think it's it is. We've got a call it okay. Well does joining us. Thank you for. Activating may cool sculpted abdomens. They were wanting in do. Can you do a foreign after. If you are accountable to the world we will. You will keep up your Possible hourglass fifth possible. Our you post your progress. It'd be cool i will. You can look at my little cheat body with two ships out of the edge of it now. We'll see how it goes. Yeah i will totally. I like that count ability to.
"yanni" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"K european town. Hey fuck racism. That was a poster that i have my wall fisher fishbone. Hey so everyone myself care techniques are if you start feeling sick get some zinc pills good. I did start to take care of myself by instead of pushing through it. I really said what if i were my own. What if i really cared about myself. How would i treat myself in the sickness. And i said i would go to the store and i would get some zinc gumy's because i know that that works in the those things and then instead of going out late on the couch and they got orange juice in high vitamin c. Things and i said. I'm going to care for myself as if a mother would care for a child to good myself and but normally i think a lot of women probably do this. He just pushed through it and go. It's just you know you just want to get through it and continue and then again. I'm going to pamper myself and also went to the crazy time massage. Which is another form of care because a lot of people don't what do you mean again. Oh not korean day. Spa this is tai. Yeah he's the ladies who like walk on your back with monkey. Toes grabbed the your back with their feet. And it's the little handstands in chinese thai. Kicks handstands on your back. Yeah they just the disarray on your back. Grab your flanks after cool. Sculpting length is a weird there's a lot of flank grabbing there. Some in inured just kind of naked with your underwear but then suddenly you're being thrust to sit up in no towel boobs and pull an arm over your head and do these weird things and pulling the lega and so you're just anyway so you like this because it's stretchy and mushy and get the blood flowing or because it's forty dollars now dan. Yeah but it is. You know how sometimes you go in and you pay a lot of money for these massages and they have nice like yanni. I don't want to but they do have a lot of his music and it's you know it's like no i'm saying i like it and saying it's relaxing honey and go back to bed. Critique massage style. Is he one of the flipping. Crew flew flew. Really good it last night he was. I have a hot tub in my house and he fills it with vanilla like whip cream and he hides in the bottom of it and then walking me goes surprise and then he plays like a little song on his very son sacks and then he gives me massage but he likes to do it where he hides his whole face cream so that stick out as little mustache because he doesn't want me to look in his eyes he doesn't want me to be distracted he just wants to be like an invisible force. So there's just hands coming out and then he massages me but i can always see his mustache just so have a frame of reference whereas faces home punching so anyway i thought he choking on her own spin whipped cream getting their own. He played pan flute. He oh yes that to know usually well..
"yanni" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"They do a hands massage and they take a double gloved hand and they need your belly like a big pile of frozen dough. It's really not this. Is i filmed. It is on our facebook group page. If you wanna see my fat being needed it is wild. It's crazy so yeah and now right now so this is day three. I got it done on saturday. So today's monday It's it's still and sore so it feels like a weird done a bunch of situps and it feels like i have a sunburn that just turned into like a number of my screen at seven thirty in the so. Okay wait so they frozen your fat cells and you're supposed to poop them out. Can we just get to that pressure of people to vote their on a stick. And pooping out fat cells. Yeah they massage up. That just breaks up the old broken up outta postponed tissue out of sites at a post Selves fat cells. And they just metabolize your body metabolism over and they just get excreted how your body gets through to stuff and it takes three weeks to resign yanni. I'm sorry yanni was just. How many saying. Oh that's great. And i just wanna say here or ask him where his trouble-spots where's where's his stored. It's underneath. His mustache has a very one one giant fat upper lip that is above the upper lip. It's like upper upper curb links. Take us i think so. Something like go ahead. Sorry he's been excuse. You got me yanni young model. Oh yeah sorry. Three months three months you see results. So i'm going to take some before and after pictures and Once i scrub the sharpie off i still haven't scripted off and then i'm going to get my flanks done speaking of slang stakes the calling your back fat. Your bra under brian area in muffin can really call the flanks. I don't know just you're the official back fat area and the whole point is i have no waistline and i would like to wear a dress with a belt in not look like a big hot dog with the belt on because i feel like i just go straight down a tree trunk of a body type in i have no curve and i've always wanted to know what it's like a welcome to my world. I've been water. Weenie my whole life since the name weans but really go if you slip up home but you know what. It's great because people can sit on me. It'd just be like writing the log ride out mexico. Oh pace full circle home language. it's a tillage. Yeah so the wasteland. Let's just i'm getting go downhill pretty fast here folks so i. This is my last chance. Well you know. Middle aged hormones are changing. I just know things are changing. I can tell it's really hard to Diet and exercise and keep my body looking the way it did and this is just going to be a nice little jump. Start to get rid of that spot and then incentive to keep it up like i don't want to drop all this coin and then just flip it back up again with the speaker. Yeah it's right. Did he gain it back now. I'm just saying he kept it away and kept it off okay. I couldn't spell know why. How about mama june. From a from new girl show nonni bougie. She did a gastric bypass thing. And i think gained it all back so really. It's tough yeah. I just watched intervention and a guy was addicted hand sanitizer in he had gastric bypass and then after he had his stomach..
"yanni" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"It looks like a big randy hotdog eraser. Attached to big vacuum hose. And you lay down on the chair they drawn you first of all so they like really outline your fat and shame you in front of a mirror gets for their own show so they can charge so much as they make it like. I don't know yes. It's very new up. It's dramatic a decorative art piece. I actually posted the videos and my commentary on our facebook group so for all the listeners other go to facebook look up groups look up mouse and wings and you have to ask to be added. It's a private group. Because i wasn't going to put this a super publicly just for the people that actually know us in my care about us. We'll make 'cause. I've tendered Anyway yeah so they stick these ones on you and turn on the machine attached hoover and turn it on in it since term narcissism. Sorry go ahead all right. Let's get get into a little. That knows like but but but and you lay there for thirty minutes each section and it just feels like this vacuuming super cold things stuck to your stomach and you watch the big tv comedy central Dumb and dumber was on and the movie. Tammy was on starring muslim. Girthy and susan sarandon and actually turn the sound all the way down and just watch the pictures. Because i was listening to podcasts. This sounds like it would make me punch someone Having cold arm you like having a cold thing to you it would make me want to punch. Yes i did. I punched out the technician..
"yanni" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"There'll be things that have murals and bright colors but drug house. You look beautiful cute drug house. Oh kind of funky neighborhood. I heard there's some good cute ones on b-street drug houses sister. No i know but but yet writing tended to. Oh i know. I know no no. We're just going back and forth. Anyway i know. I know i love you. I love you on youtube william. Tell me tell me about your trip to mexico. we everybody. I was in mexico. Everybody we win. is the first week of summer with the kids and we went down to puerto vallarta a little resort area vallarta and spent a week with the grandparents and The pools in the water sleds and the iguanas and crocodiles and toads and pictures are excused. Ten forgive me continue. That was it but -squitoes -squitoes got some bites. Look like it was beautiful. Post storm weather like you guys were in some hurricanes. That's right yeah. I forgot we facetime. Well we did What's up nicely. Shout out to that great app where you use wifi to call people abroad so you don't get any roaming charges heat the you just said feminism back twenty years. Did you just call me abroad. But god you would not believe the things that happened before seven thirty zing zing ab exactly. I was talking about yanni. She's something about you. Better get your yawns out your yanni's out. I was like he's on my bed right now and i made her imagine if he were secretly tiptoeing behind me. I'm talking to my favorite image. Was you saying that he was on the pillow next with is big moustache crumpled up and i called his mustache fierce because it is goals. Goals for everybody fierce mustaches. Please just wish someone would sing like someone had one of those because probably some men out there men out there if you mustache. That's kind of flowing. Kinda like seventy sam words. It's kind of soft in long. But maybe grew it out over your lips that were you..
"yanni" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"Sleds and the iguanas and crocodiles and toads and pictures are excused. Ten forgive me continue. That was it but -squitoes -squitoes got some bites. Look like it was beautiful. Post storm weather like you guys were in some hurricanes. That's right yeah. I forgot we facetime. Well we did What's up nicely. Shout out to that great app where you use wifi to call people abroad so you don't get any roaming charges heat the you just said feminism back twenty years. Did you just call me abroad. But god you would not believe the things that happened before seven thirty zing zing ab exactly. I was talking about yanni. She's something about you. Better get your yawns out your yanni's out. I was like he's on my bed right now. I made her imagine if he were secretly tiptoeing behind me. I'm talking to my favorite image. Was you saying that he was on the pillow next with is big moustache crumpled up and i called his mustache fierce because it is goals. Goals for everybody fierce mustaches. Please just wish someone would sing like someone had one of those because probably some men out there men out there if you mustache. That's kind of flowing. Kinda like seventy sam words. It's kind of soft in long. But maybe grew it out over your lips that were you. Saying menu poked a little seen through and then sing your song. That's out there a little comb with tissue paper in the kazoo style but with hair. Look maybe it would add a little trill to your voice. I don't know what never knows what would happen. When a little trills and thrills go ahead might be like a little vocal carwash scrubbing back and forth. Creating a little bubbly noise for you. I don't know he could experiment. I'd like to see that or if anybody would like to come over. We can have a moustache car. Wash competition just come over my house because by was really dirty and then just had people who came over but only in way. Peter t shirts and you came up with your long moustache. And he took a little section of the car. And then you start from top to bottom with your sons you put on a water like who can clean the fastest. But you could to your hands on your back mustache. It's a soap and suds mustache..
Kraken Kick off Expansion Draft by Taking Bruins' Lauzon
"Carey price remains property the Canadians after the crack and passed on the net minder in the NHL expansion draft instead Seattle selected Panthers netminder Chris trigger and gave him a three year ten and a half million dollar contract Seattle took on to become attracts selecting flames defenseman mark Giordano and islanders forward Jordan Everly other notable players chosen early by the crack include lightning center Yanni Gordon maple Leafs forward Jared McCann Bruins defenseman Jeremy Lauzon was the first player taken by Seattle I'm the ferry
Vasilevskiy Shines Again, Lightning Blank Islanders 1–0 and Advance to Cup Finals
"The defending Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning are headed once again to the Cup finals after winning game seven one nothing over the New York Islanders Friday the game winner came a minute forty nine seconds of the second period a short handed tally by Yanni court who came off the bench unabated took a pass from Anthony zarroli and beat some young for alarm off glove side well first of all in the DJ just before we scored I think we had two or three thank grade block shots and I think that the goal doesn't happen if those guys don't go down and log those shots the eighteen save win four hundred US Leschi was his fourth consecutive series clinching shutout an NHL record Tampa Bay will host the Montreal Canadians for game one of the Stanley Cup final series Monday night Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Stamkos, Vasilevskiy Pace Lightning's 8-0 Rout of Islanders
"Total domination by the Tampa Bay Lightning netted them an eight nothing shut out over the New York Islanders and now one win away from their second straight trip to the Stanley Cup Finals Steven Stamkos struck first forty five seconds in the captain would score again on the power play in the second period no one expected in a nothing game let's let's be honest there but you know you are and everything you get and now we're gonna get a an extremely desperate team in and that you know they're proud group over there you know we know their rings gonna be rock and it's gonna be a great atmosphere so but you know I think that's where our heads are at Alex killorn finished with two goals and an assist Yanni gourd on reply to Lucien each with a goal and Brayden point extended his goal streak to eight games under about Slutsky stopped all twenty one shots and remains a perfect twelve in in playoff games following a loss Baltimore's again Tampa
Point Scores Again, Lightning Beat Islanders 2-1 in Game 3
"Greenpoint broke a one one tie with twenty seconds left in the second period and the lightning held on to beat the islanders two to one and take it to one lead in the series Yanni Gourde opened the scoring for Tampa Bay midway through the first cal Clutterbuck tied for New York late in the second but he didn't stay tied for long before point scored just as a lightning power play was ending to put the lightning ahead to stay the park just a good mountain lands are mistaken so it's a it's a lucky one I thought that that PK did a really good job so it's something to look out for next year four point it was his eleventh goal in the playoffs he scored in each of Tampa bay's last six games I'm well you guys
What the Netanyahu Family Did to Palestine
"Then when we left off a we were talking about The netanyahu boys beaten yoni They're kind of ping pong back between the new state of israel and the united states. They don't really like it in the us. They think it's shallow and you know they. They wanna be back in israel and they're also frustrated at their dad because he he didn't he didn't kill anybody so in july of nineteen sixty four newly adult yoni went back home adult At nine hundred sixty four and he joins the idea phase three years older than bb bb still back in the us student. High school shit. Yanni became a paratrooper. Which at the time was pretty much the most elite unit in the new military He subsequently went on to train as an officer And in general seems to have been pretty good. It became a soldier now. Yonis absence was devastating to his younger brother. A baby would spend almost every one of his summers in israel usually alone because his brother was in the military he worked part-time back in the us on evenings and weekends so he could afford the airfare to spend every possible moment of his time That he wasn't in school in the us back in israel he was a good student but was noted as being very detached from other teenagers. That said his years in the us did rub off on him and his friends in israel noticed that he had adopted an american swagger over the years while he was fashioned in pop culture definitely rubbed off on bb politics if his second home did not so benjamin spent his teen years in the us during the explosion of the american civil rights movement. You know martin luther king and all that that's all happening in the us while he is an adolescent and the struggle of different groups within the united states to attain equal treatment under the law seems to completely passed him by like his father. Bb disliked most american jews who were liberal intended to the democrat. In fact the only thing about the united states that he preferred to israel was capitalism. So which is interesting because israel in this point is is a quasi socialist state under mapa right like businesses and whatnot are heavily centralized run by the government. it is not very much like the united states in this period Mvp likes all of the things that are militants and austere and and a kind of aggressive in end ethno-nationalist about these release date. He hates the socialism
Benn's Overtime Goal Gives Stars 4-3 Win Over Hurricanes
"Jamie Benn's goal at two forty four of overtime lifted Dallas to a four three victory against Carolina then second consecutive overtime winning goal he also had three assists in the game Carolina clinched their third consecutive playoff berth with the point while the stars remain two points back in Nashville for the fourth and final playoff spot in the central stores led to nothing in three two but the hurricanes rally twice tied the game with about four minutes to go on a goal by Yanni Haken Paul Joe pawelski notched his twenty first goal for the stars Bob Stevens Dallas
Gourde Scores in OT to Lift Lightning Over Hurricanes 3-2
"Yanni Gourde scored in overtime to give the Tampa Bay Lightning a three two win over the visiting Carolina hurricanes Tampa Bay took the early lead when Tyler Johnson said Alex killorn streaking across Carolinas blue line the warm roof is back and shot up over an outstretched Peter moresque he would end the night with the goal assist and a fight or what's become known as a Gordie Howe hat trick I haven't had a ton of fighting each other whenever you get a fight you're always hoping that you can get it going assistant to get it on on on the game winner in overtime really special they gave me the puck everything's the club's traded power play goals in the second period Brayden point netting is nineteenth of the season and Andrei Svechnikov goes thirteen marker for the hurricanes Carolina's Brady Shea evened the score in the third but neither team could get the deciding tally in regulation forcing overtime Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Lightning extend dominance over Stars with 2-1 victory
"The Tampa Bay Lightning won their fifth straight as it heads the Dallas Stars two to one for lightly now for no consistories is season under that's a Leschi franchise record twelve straight wins of the nats stopped sixteen of seventeen shots the outdoor lantern two door opening goal lighting overcame a first period deficit on a pair of second period goals by Steven Stamkos power play goal an unassisted goal by Yanni gourd he now has a goal in four straight games Robbie Hance notch the stores lone goal Bob Stevens Dallas
Tyler Johnson breaks tie, Lightning beat Panthers 5-3
"Tyler Johnson broke a tie on a power play midway through the third period helping the lightning beat the Panthers five three Yanni Gordon Brayden point each had a goal and an assist as Tampa Bay opened a four point lead over Florida in the central division Alex killorn and nephew Joseph also scored Curtis mackel Haney stopped twenty nine shots to improve to three three and one just trying to make that big save at a key time you know I've been pretty fortunate to watch the other guy doing on countless occasions and he's always there to pick the team so you know it's nice to be able to do the same tonight but that's kind of what's the mandate from the steam and every now and I need a big save keep in that game Gustav Forsling Patrick corn question carver Hagee scored for Florida which lost in regulation for just the third time in fourteen road games I'm Dave Ferrie
Vasilevskiy, Colton help Lightning beat Blackhawks 4-2
"The lady earned a four two win over the Blackhawks is Ricky Ross Colton broke a third period tie with his second career goal Golden Gate Tampa Bay the lead at five thirty two of the third off a pass from Matthew Joseph Victor Hedman Alex killorn Yanni court also scored to support Andre that's lefty who stopped nineteen shots in his tenth consecutive win confidence going on as you said so our team when extremely well not the outcome moves the bolts back into sole possession of first place in the central division two points ahead of the Panthers in the hurricane's Dylan Strome and Mateusz yeah mark had power play goals for the Blackhawks who have dropped three straight and five of six I'm Dave Ferrie
Chicago Blackhawks Open 3-0 Lead Against Tampa Bay Lightning, But Go On To Lose
"YANNI Gord Andre plotting Victor Hedman each scored power play goals in the second period. That Maroons 1/100 career goal also came with the man advantage, giving Tampa Bay a season high four power play goals. Gord finished with two goals and two assists as the Lightning and proved to 17 4 into tops in the central Division. All their goals came after the Blackhawks built a three nothing lead the lightning or three Oh 11 on their six game road trip after a 63 comeback win over the Blackhawks. Johnny Gord Andre plotting Victor had been each score power play goals in the second period. Pat Maroons 1/100 career goal also came with a man advantage, giving Tampa Bay a season high four power play goals. Board finished with two goals and two assists as the Lightning improved to 17 4 into tops in the central Division. All their goals came after the Blackhawks built a three Nothing lead. Matea she and Mark had a goal and an assist for Chicago. I'm Dave Ferrie, the lightning or three Oh 11 on their six game road trip after a 63 comeback win over the Blackhawks, Yanni Gord Andre plotting Victor Hedman each scored power play goals in the second period. That Maroons 1/100 career goal also came with a man advantage, giving Tampa Bay a season high four power play goals. Gord finished with two goals and two assists is the Lightning and proved to 17 4 into We're down by three goals. We need to get things going, and Eyes pretty obvious that if we don't turn the ship around at that point that there were not, you know when that game, So we started working better like trying What up with you shift together, And then we scored a few goals kind of give us a little bit of momentum. Matea. She and Mark had a goal and an assist for Chicago.
Gourde helps Lightning rally for 6-3 victory over Blackhawks
"The lightning three oh one one on their six game road trip after a six three comeback win over the Blackhawks Yanni Gourde Andre polite Victor Hedman each scored power play goals in the second period taprooms one hundredth career goal also came with the man advantage giving Tampa Bay a season high four power play goals scored finished with two goals and two assists as the lightning improved to seventeen for into we're down by three goals we need to get things going on and is pretty obvious that if we don't turn the ship around at that point that we're not gonna win that game so we started working better like trying to put up a few shifts together and then we we scored a few goals that kind of give us a little bit of momentum the T. S. yeah mark had a goal and an assist for Chicago on the ferry
Vasilevskiy 3rd shutout in row as Lightning top Stars 2-0
"The Tampa Bay Lightning extended their win streak to five Tuesday night shutting up the Dallas stars for the second straight game with a two nothing final Andre vessel Leschi was sensational in net stopping all twenty eight Dallas shots he now has three consecutive shutouts and is not a lot of gold and ten periods of play Andre Palat scored the eventual game winner early in the game while the lightning were on their first man advantage Tampa bay's penalty kill was perfect again killing all three of Dallas's power play chances Yanni gourd sealed the win with just seconds remaining in the game scoring the empty net goal I'm Baltimore secondo
McElhinney leads Lightning to 3-1 win over Hurricanes
"Curtis Michael he stopped thirty one of thirty two shots and got an assist on the game winning goal to steal a win first Tampa Bay Lightning who beat the Carolina hurricanes three to one Thursday night I got a hand for guys I thought we hung in there and you know we got a great shot to get that second goal and and then we hung on for the for the most part but you know huge two points for everybody in that restaurant tonight the hurricane struck first with a pretty place started by Sebastian aho feeding a streaking Jesper fast who threaded a cross slot pass to Brett Pesci for an easy shot past mackel Haney but that would be their only goal of the game despite outplaying the lightning for much of it Tampa Bay managed to even the score in the second McHale circuit Jeff getting his first of the season and Yanni Gourde went top shelf to beat James Reimer for the game winner Barclay Goodrow added the empty netter late in the game Walter Marcia Cano Tampa
Love: A Ghostly Wife
"British occupation was essentially away. And at this time bengal was described as a paradise among nations it was world renowned for its textiles silk and shipbuilding and brahmins had some of the highest living standards in the world. But they're stately. Homes was still surrounded by jungle and there were more than just tigers lurking within those trees. My wife room is beauty has always outshone. The moon has. Skin is as brown as fertile soil and halla is and cillian perfect. She is resplendent and she is loving and she is kind that i struggle to see her as she is. Time will heal this as it heals all such troubles. But i can't forget what happened to her in the early days of our marriage. I was so preoccupied by her beauty the neglected to know her. Maybe if i'd spent more time with her in those first few months i would have noticed. Something was wrong sooner. Maybe i could have helped her. Before my dream marriage turned into a nightmare. Several years ago my family set out to find me a suitable bride. My mother worried that if left to my own devices i would pick a woman so lifa for her looks and not the help she could bring the family. I disagreed with her at the time but looking back i can see that she was right. One of my options was ruma. Whose is stole my breath away. Deep brown and veiled with dark lashes. There was a smile within. That only belonged to her. She kept her gaze to the floor during that first conversation. But i did everything i could to make her. Look at me if i said something. Outlandish enough is would flit to mind to see. If i was serious in those small moments we found a place for each other in our hearts. My mother was less enamoured. She whispered the mulu. Pushy made was inedible. Do you want our kitchen to be. But i would not be dissuaded as the firstborn son. I had been put in charge of our family home after my father's death and my mother was to guide my wife through the first months as a housewife. I knew she worried about training a novice but i confess that it did not matter much to me. I was too smitten with rumor and since she was from a good family. My mother could not eliminate her remarried on an auspicious day. Both family priests at the stars were imperfect alignment for us. I told my mother that my heart had sound judgement. She didn't agree. She conceded that a wedding date forged by the hands of destiny was important but it was not the sole foundation of a marriage off to the celebration when the guests went home. Rumor an i settled in to truly speak together for the first time voice was even more beautiful than half face. I helped her remove her jewelry and brush her hair. I confessed my mother's fear hoping to play. It's a joke and assure rumor that she had my support in all matters who shop she. Said cheeks flushing. I can certainly learn to love you. But i feel your household lost. 'cause it was true that room bond every rotea she cooked and move dust about the floor instead of cleaning it up. I offered to hire more seven to help but my mother refused. She took on the task of teaching. Her and rumor agreed to try but room and never quite learned and for five years. I eight overcooked. Button and undercooked rice with a smile on my face. I loved her and the masters of the house were her. And my mother's business not mine then. Several weeks ago things began to change one day. Room made a pile of rotea for lunch. None of them were bent then a dinner. We had the best big yanni i'd ever eaten.
Stamkos, Gourde lead Lighting to 5-2 victory over Predators
"The lightning for no at home after Yanni Gourde scored twice in a five to decision over the predators Steven Stamkos notched a goal that made him the team's all time leader in power play points with three hundred one passing Mar tenth St Louis anytime you're up there with meridian in Vinny and in the record books here in Tampa that means that I've been here a long time and and then fortunate to have a lot of success Greenpoint not replied also scored for the lightning while Andrei vasilevskiy turned back twenty five shots point tallied with just zero point four seconds remaining on the clock in the first period making it three nothing that's a Leschi blanked the predators until easily Tolvanen and Mikael Granlund scored in the first five forty one of the third period I'm Dave Ferrie
Eichel scores in shootout, Sabres beat Devils 4-3
"Jack Eichel scored in the shootout in Linas hallmark made thirty one saves for the sabers in a four three victory over the devils Yanni Corcoran tied for the devils with five nineteen left in regulation his first NHL goal we've been struggling lately with the scoring so I'm really happy that I was able to help the team after the game and I'm not I'm not too happy about it because it wasn't enough I could return to the game in the third period after taking a puck to the math and briefly leaving for the dressing room he scored in the first shoot out round before all mark made the goal stand up Victor Olson Tobias Rieder and Eric Staal provided regulation goals in Taylor hall had two assists the sabers at three OO one one else's dropping four of five to open the NHL schedule I'm Dave Ferrie
How to be Two Ways strong: Dreamtime science and finding yourself
"I'm am bob. I'm from kabul queensland coming away from queensland knowing anyone down he coming down here obama self. I was a little bit like nervous anxious about what was going to happen. I can elect make friends. 'cause i'm a little bit shy but eventually i mean caitlyn now i'm caitlyn. I'm from leading new south. Wales was really awkward at first meeting. New people are being part of a big crowd is really scary. Say i'm tony adamson. I'm a student at the university of adelaide studying a bachelor of science in wildlife conservation. Biology to yanni attained his cantonese ago as a year. Ten student herself in it triggered this enormous event in her life. Afterwards which you'll hear about next week but as a mentor he. She's living with this bunch of smart fifteen year olds who all applaud from right across australia to be here. Artem land to adelaide kabul cha to coffs harbour and for some of them. This is going to be the first time they surrounded by this many other indigenous people there i night. Some don't have much knowledge about their indigenous heritage. In fact how would you describe what feeling students have when they first arrive at this camp. Yeah definitely Nervous unsure of what to expect a lot of them are feeling a little bit vulnerable especially vulnerable in their cultural identity. I love it. I love my culture. Much like those a lot that i need to learn. I'm katie nugent. Catherine megyn i'm from queensland and just the feeling like when i'm on land when i'm with people who have a close connection to the land i just feel something as it's pride is like a really warm like feeling like i belong kind of thing and i want that connection. I don't know scott the feeling like it's only my stomach. It's a good feeling. I have a certain but it makes me eager to learn about my own culture and like we from two. When i can imagine that many of the students that you're working with don't necessarily feel a strong connection to culture yet. That's a really powerful emotion. Orange provocative question. A lot of us do know that we've lost our metro part of our culture. Ghana elda rosemary. Wang inane is here to support the students through the next nine days in her role as a cultural later on born. Fifty five psalm. Sixty three. And i can't speak language. I was born into policies that was about assimilating and being raised on missions and reserves way you contained and controlled to be manipulated soccer logically to deny your aboriginality and your cultural beliefs concert understandings and practices today. Rosemary runs heroin company which she calls the australian institute for loss and grief developing a model for healing based on her own experiences of being dislocated from her culture or congo. We missed business. I can't do ceremonies. can't practice sorry business in a traditional way so it goes back to. What do we mean as average people. What do we mean by culture. Because pre seventeen ninety eight the traditional culture very powerful structured wise of of living and being for thousands of years post civil tonight in saw it was part of that so so what. I didn't learn why can't teach my children what children can teach my grandchildren. It this program here with these kids there. My grandkids generation. That no even this than me. Yeah we've got a responsibility to these young was. Do i think talk about. What do we mean by culture because we're living in a very very continue sitting now and that's what makes aboriginal summer school for excellence in technology and science run by the sea siro unique this intimate blending of culture with science indigenous science to two way learning aboriginal people in australia have been practicing science and scientific method for sixty thousand and eighty thousand one hundred thousand. Since the first son came we have been practicing the scientific methods through medicine through nutrition through architecture through agriculture through physics through astrophysics and it really is quite accurate when people describe acids the first scientist said what we were doing now it may not have been the language of western science that we're so used to hearing about now but it's undeniable that it was science and practicing the scientific method
"yanni" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Celtic woman didn't even exist as a group before they were assembled by producer for the purpose of debut in on a pledge drive special. These shows were inescapable. Pbs Stations Get the rights to air a special not just once but in some cases six seven eight times a week that adds up to a whole lot of potential eyeballs for about a year and a half two years. He couldn't get away from it and people would run it back to back if you look at the role that pledge plays and how much money needs to bring in. It was very difficult to not play that show over and over again. Something that you viewers a public television. Want to see our programs a second and third time. The regular heavy core viewers. Were very upset but this constant but we brought in a lot of new audiences. I think deadlocked our music special. So it's a tradeoff. Yes the constant pledge drive airings had succeeded in turning Yanni and John Tash into unlikely household names but for a lot of people those names became shorthand for bad music. One woman that you broke up with for an actual real reason. Marin russillo dozen. Hey Johnny is not a real reason disclaimer. About the John Tasha's album. He got that not suitable for any living thing at red rocks. Thing is awful moving on the reason ever got to me and never will is that. I'm just as surprised as anybody else. You know than anything. Great has ever happened to me when triumph. The insult dog. What made fun of me. It was like well. I feel like I've been recognized for all this crazy stuff at the red rocks. I listen to it last night that I haven't had so much fun since. The doctor chopped my nad czar. It still seems pretty crazy putting everything you have into a pledge drive special in the hopes that it'll make you a star and it's probably even crazier today. There are some artists still trying to follow the self produced. Yanni model right down to the single name and the outdoor Greek venue nestled in the mountains of northern Greece. Ca Story comes alive with the sounds of Pablo's Mediterranean Guitar Music but Crossover Success on the magnitude of the Yanni phenomenon. That's probably impossible. Today the media landscape is just way more fractured than it was in one thousand nine hundred four and today aspiring musicians may have better less risky platforms like youtube but Yanni and John Tash. They didn't have those opportunities at the time. Whatever you think of their music. Their strategy was brilliant. They came across in ingenious quasi. Diy Way to find an audience and they were willing to gamble big to achieve their dreams. Conan O'Brien said if the guy who used to read the celebrity birthdays on entertainment tonight is now playing piano and millions of people are coming to see that and we all need to go to our closet right now. Get Our clarinets out because anything can happen and and it's true it's all I think I was sort of the poster boy for quit your job and follow your dreams. John Peche has a memoir later month. Yanni has gigs this spring in north central and South America and river dance is also in the middle of the twenty fifth anniversary tour and PBS. Is Still on the air studio three sixties. Evan Chung produced our story coming up. How a series of why novels about Blonde twins in California made a big impact on one schoolgirl in Nigeria? I was reading this stuff up voting school so I just read it on my bunk and side dramatically like God. Imagine the things I could do. I wasn't trapped in this fortress the transcendent power of Sweet Valley High. That's next on studio sixty. Have you ever wondered what makes somebody exceptional in business? A lot of professional development books events and programs claim to have the answer. But we all know. There's no one-size-fits-all key to success figuring out how to be anything. Effective Salesperson or a successful entrepreneur is an individual journey. One that involves a lot of trial and error and willingness to embrace change the relentless is about those journeys and what we can all learn from them hosted by doctor of Psychology Julie Gerner. The relentless goes one on one with extraordinary people and tries to suss out the mindsets and behaviors that drive them to get to success. Listen to Dr Garner. Talk to leaders across industries such as entrepreneur and author of radical candor Kim Scott as well as venture capitalist arlan Hamilton. You'll get to hear from the best about how they've dealt with rejection what they've learned their successes and failures and how they're continuing to move forward whether you work in sales or are simply interested in what it takes to close a deal. The relentless will inspire you to think about success differently. Listen and subscribe to the relentless today. Wherever you get your podcasts.
"yanni" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Jose Kara's Placido Domingo M Chino Pavarotti performed their first concert together in nineteen ninety as part of the World Cup in Italy. But the three tenors made their biggest mark during another major weeklong event the march. Pbs Pledge. Drive now's your chance to do your part as you call wagers or very important to get all the telephone to the studio busy the quick refresher on what the deal with. Pbs Pledge Drives is a started in the early seventies. Pbs stations needed money. And they couldn't make it for normal TV way because we couldn't air commercials Commercials Fund Commercial Television. We were not allowed to do that. Pat Callaghan is director of membership at Arizona Public Media. She's been fundraising for PBS station. Since before they really figured out the whole pledge drive thing in the old days would just put a slide up after masterpiece theater and then sit there for five or ten minutes while the announcer would be making the pitch over the slide soon enough. They adopted the familiar. Pledge Drive formula. The point was to get donations from people watching at home. Which is to say from viewers like you during a pledge. Drive stations block off a week or two where they periodically interrupt programming to make direct appeals to their viewers. You just finished watching a marvelous program. Why wouldn't you stand up? Call the number on your screen and and become a member. The problem is unlike most public. Radio shows normal. Pbs shows don't actually work that well for raising money in part because they're hard to chop pledge breaks look at frontline you can interrupt that look at Nova. You can't interrupt that. There's a long story arc there you can't slice and dice it but pledged show successful. Pledge shows have little story ARCS says that they build for fifteen or twenty minutes and then you go to a break. Fifteen to twenty minutes to go to a break. That structure is perfect though for concert films so. Pbs Stations often fill their pledge drives with one off specials even if they're completely unrelated to their usual programming. Laurence welk television's music man. When you build a music pledged show you come out on a high. I mean I can remember big band specials where people would get up and dance in their own homes. They were telling us. The three tenors. Concert special wasn't made for. Pbs ABC had actually aired it the year before it just got repackaged for the march ninety one. Pledge Drive where it defied. All expectations never sign anything. It was just amazing to be on the studio floor and watched those funds. Just keep ringing and ringing. And Ringo three tenors. Concert promises to be one of the most popular events public. Television has a copy of the. You can have that for your gift of one. Hundred Eighty dollars tunnel made a ton of lane and then it just spilled over and spilled out out into the mainstream. The three tenors became household names Yanni and his producer George Barris. They saw what was happening. They saw the PBS. Pledge Drive as a platform or better yet they saw it as a catapult a catapult that they could really launch. Yanni'S CAREER FROM. We just knew that if we could get on public television. Once you saw it you would get absorbed by it and come back for more. We had nowhere else to go. We weren't with a big record company. We weren't with a big management team. We were the unknown guys on the block. Nobody believed in us. Nobody so Yanni set out to prove everybody wrong by making his own concert special with George Barris as director Johnny and Linda. Personally footed much of the bill which was somewhere around two million dollars all with the specific purpose of licensing it to PVs pledge drives even though they had no idea if it was actually going to get serious airtime. The question was how much how many stations that was the big risk. We didn't have any guarantee on that. I mean that definitely was the big risk. If you're gonNA take a gamble you might as well go. All in. They concocted an audacious spectacle we needed to create something that would make what the bigness of his music was appropriate to the imagery on television a hired the wheel Philharmonic Orchestra to lend an Unexpected Majesty Yanni's keyboard compositions and they booked an epic outdoor venue the Acropolis the apogee of all that has good and noble in modern man. And to be clear. Yanni was not already going to be performing a second century Athenian Theatre. This was not a big in Japan type situation. In fact he'd grown up in Greece but he had never played in Greece in his career. He wasn't a superstar there. He wasn't a superstar period but he played one on. Tv dressed head to toe in all white snapping. His fingers punching the air to the music was like doing an Olympic opening ceremony. George viruses background as director was in sports. And that's the approach. He took to the concert. First of all you need this. Spectacular scene set wide shot. We lit the Parthenon. We let the audience not white but in Violet. Rosa Pastel Colori. It was like painting the picture. There weren't even that many people at the concert really George Barris made it all seemed bigger with wide angle lenses and skillful camerawork. What I call power shots touch on the hands of the cello pan up to the face of the cello is. Let's find the faces that a moat emotion who is an incredible overhead. Shot from a high angle. Gyp The comes down to the keyboard in a rush to the crescendo of the music. And now you're getting Feilipe Yanni's Yanni at the crop. Never forget that man had never heard music like that and the beauty of the production itself. I mean it was glorious. The camera loves some people. And the you know they they loved you I after. Pbs stations saw the finished product. Base started airing it during their march. Nineteen ninety four pledge drive and over the course of the drive it just gathered more and more momentum station scheduled it again and again and again sometimes back to back in a single night it just kept raking in money and then you had to just get up from your couch or your chair and go over the following list fascinating fabulous. Yanni's good looks didn't hurt either considering the target demo of PBS Pledge Drives Fifty Five Year old women had never seen anything like this have been fifty five on the CD. Version of the concert was released at the same time within three weeks of the start of the pledge drive it shot to number five on the billboard album charts for an instrumental new age live album. It was unheard of Yanni. Had never come close to that before now even his back catalogue started to chart. You look at Yanni's through numbers. They were just off the charts. I mean he was worldwide. I don't believe about the PBS special. It would happen absolutely not. Yanni's two million dollar bet paid off the three tenors might have seemed like kind of a fluke but Yanni's meteoric rise showed that a PBS PLEDGE. Drive of all things could launch a career and one person who took notice was another struggling new age composer. You could see what pbs was doing and it was really the the discovery channel three tenors. And Yanni right. Nobody knew who these guys were. People actually did know who John Tash was but it wasn't for his music tonight. I'm John Bash. Home alone made MacAulay Culkin. Be Hottest Child Star today. Now the million dollar kid is in a new movie. It's called MIGRA. I was at entertainment tonight and I had been hosting for eight years. I was at that moment and had been for the last five or six years trying to get a record deal and I could not get record companies interested in me. John did manage to get some of his. Compositions used in sports broadcasts is the NBA on NBC. But to the public he was eternally. The guy played from about fifty people at a time and basically back then in fact I remember getting hired my band and I are four of us. There was a special event at Nordstrom's shoe section. We played Background music. But they keep telling us to turn it down. I I realized that if I was going to have a real full time music career that it was going to have to be some big event what I needed was something like a PBS special to to make a whole bunch of loud noise. But even after Yanni's Acropolis Success John Tash had to convince. Pbs You know. They joked like we didn't know your musician. What are you gonna read the celebrity birthdays with the trillion? It's Thursday July twenty eight actress. Elizabeth.
"yanni" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"And some Delilah this has been a pleasure. Thank you so much for spending especially this much time with me when you've got to spend the next five hours on the air. Thank you thank you so much. You can hear Delilah on the radio seven nights a week and online twenty four hours a day. Hi this is Delilah. You're listening to studio three sixty coming up. How performers like John? Tash became unlikely musical stars in the Nineteen Ninety. That's next on studio three sixty something I look for a lot in. The projects take on a certain degree of life experience and almost as sensitive expedition for myself in the team. That's going to set out to make this film. My name is Brian King filmmaker and the director of evening our films based on a book of the same name the evening hour was written by Carter. Sickles Raden shot the film in Appalachia in Southeastern Kentucky a lot of what the book contained the drew me in was a combination of a very specific geographical setting and landscape with a very compelling story and portrait of Rural America. That felt completely unexpected. And New to me evening our tells the story of Coal Freeman who works as nursing homemade but also deals drugs on the side as a way to make ends meet ultimately kind of interweaves that story with issues of family home and place that I think are also quite present and challenging throughout a lot of rural America and before Brayden set foot in Kentucky dropbox. Was there every step of the way for him and his team? It's where myself and the director of photography could trade images and ideas about locations where the makeup artist and I and actors could share ideas about tattoos and makeup treatments and hair color. It was a really important tool for us to be able to discuss in many cases when we might be in different cities the fluidity with which you can share information ideas notes. It's hard to overstate the value. A dropbox helps filmmakers and their teams make their best work. You can learn more about how your team can use. Dropbox bring great ideas to life at dropbox dot com slash film studio threes sixteen back in the nineteen nineties. I wrote an op Ed. For The New York Times where I tried to make sense and make fun of an inexplicable pop phenomenon that was sweeping the planet. Another single name star. Yanni was a huge deal at the time this new age composer and performer doing concerts at the Taj Mahal and the Forbidden City in Beijing. He released his live at the Acropolis album in the spring of Nineteen ninety-four which sold more than four million copies. This baffled me and my times s I propose facetiously that Johnny success must be the product of some powerful global conspiracy because this young Yanni guy and his music were so completely blah. Lots of people agreed. There's one guy the worst guy the music the Yanni man. You know Yanni first of all anyone who looks like a magician and doesn't do magic I don't like oh no. This is yawning. This guy is the biggest pothole I've ever seen in my life. So how did it happen? How did somebody who made? What sounded like high-end Muzak? How at that moment of Nirvana and a tribe called quest? Did he emerged as this superstar? Studio Three Sixty Seven Chong has the answers. The nineteen ninety. Tv special of Yanni's concert at the Acropolis has all the trappings of a musician. Doing a victory lap. After really hitting the big time there was set against the backdrop of the Parthenon backed by no less than the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Tossing back. His dark flowing locks as tap that his synthesizers while an enormous crowd cheered them on. But if you thought that this was Yanni's ward for being world-famous you'd have it backwards. Yanni wasn't on TV. Because he was a star. He was a star because he was on TV. Yanni was a niche player. He was big in his area. But that's relative George Barris produced and directed the live at the Acropolis special and worked with Yanni for years. He wasn't considered a big player. In the overall music field. Yanni's field was the world of instrumental electronic new age music. He had been releasing albums for a small new age label since the mid eighties and they got respectable sales within that market but the general public dismissed all that stuff as music for hot stone massages or being put on hold. He was being buttonholes. A new age artists and there was no superstar Andrea. If Yanni was well known for anything it was for being the new boyfriend of a celebrity opened. The front door opened the door. I took one look at him. I lost my heart. This entire one thousand. Nine Hundred Oprah episode is actually devoted to dynasty actress. Linda Evans and her meet cute with Yanni. It was as if he was made. Just for my eyes. I mean there's nothing about exposure was nice but Yanni wanted to be more than talk show fodder the frustration was. He was hitting like a glass ceiling. But we believe in the music we saw there could be used in a lot of other areas than just in elevators and that was the challenge we had to get it out there and let the public decide the what options beyond he have. His music wasn't really radio. Friendly an MTV wasn't exactly making a lot of room for instrumental new age composers. And then..
"yanni" Discussed on Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen
"Who's on every night and listen to by about ten times as many people as all of you put together so when somebody calls me and says you know my husband left me last year and I just met this wonderful man. Our divorce has been final two weeks and I'm ready to get married again. I'm like no not on Delilah Queen of Relationship Advice and sappy love songs plus the magical time that brought us Yanni John Tash. I realized that if I was going to have a real full time music career did it was going to have to be some some big event that unlikely portal to start in the nineteen nineties viewers like you what I needed was something like a PBS special to make a whole bunch of loud noise. That's ahead on studio three sixty right after this. This is scheduled three sixty. I'm and I am sitting on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial spurt level of guard Thomas. Jefferson's vegetable Dr. I'd like to have the roasted chicken very well. Do Editing is all about timing. I tried to get a little bit away from the actual subject. You get sick of hearing replace right sixty with good Anderson as you may have heard. We are wrapping up studio three sixty at the end of this month after twenty glorious years as a public radio show in a podcast as well. It's never easy saying goodbye. But we'll take a stab at it in our special finale episode in a couple of weeks in the meantime I wanted to share one of my favorite interviews of the last few years for this radio show that is itself about a radio show specifically about another radio show host. If you ever switch away from your public radio station you may recognize her voice. You're listening to the Lila. Like more and more famous people in show Business Delilah. Rene Luke goes by just one name Delilah. She's hosted her national. Live calling show for thirty five years talking to listeners about their relationship problems. So you've been good friends for three years. How old are you and he has all the qualities that you would want in a forever partner. The and he's crazy about you. Yeah and the problem is what I do. I don't WANNA lose him as a friend if I were you and I had somebody absolutely crazy in love with me that I liked and that was my friend and was attractive. I would take the chance. And then she prescribes a song a particular kind of song in this case not a bad thing by Justin Timberlake to eight million listeners tune in every night. Delilah has also published several books. Every one of them about what which I know it all sounds a little tree cheesy but she knows that calls herself the Queen of Sappy love songs which is why with Valentine's Day upon us. It's a good time for Delilah when we spoke in two thousand sixteen. I asked her how she wound up in this racket. I have always loved music. My father was a musician. He had a country western ban. I was raised around people that danced. You know my parents would go out to The Eagles or the elks almost every weekend. So they can dance and they knew how to dance like Jitterbug Waltz and four step in to step and so music has always been a part of my life and my father was a wonderful lyricist so from the time I was small I loved music a particularly lyrics and I probably would be a musician except for one small fact Kurt. Which is what. I can't sing. Well then. This is your vicarious way to be in the music business I guess exactly but I love music and I have like this. This this Storehouse of lyrics in my brain so if you call me and you tell me a situation I can find a song that hopefully lyrically speaks to your situation. You have people feeding out. Give them the giver this or this or this is all in your head. Well I have a person feeding me. This her name is Jane. She's been my producer for twenty five years and so she has a little different taste in music and a different storehouse of lyrics in her head. And so we will argue back and forth. Where I'll say you know play Elton John GotTa love somebody like. Oh that's so yesterday. Let's play pink instead and and so we'll go back and forth and then I remind her Jane I'm the one that writes your checks so we'll go with what I chose and she'll remind me I'm the one that controls your microphone. So shut the heck up and probably ninety percent of the time I defer to Jane because she's smarter than me well. That's always a good thing to do with producers. But what isn't What is beyond the Delilah boundaries like hip hop and and and just straight ahead rock and roll or you can listen to that off the air comforts of my home when i WanNa get loud But Yeah I can't really you know straight up rock. Listen in the comfort of your home. When you're not trying to make the world love you on radio depends on my mood. I mean. Sometimes it's it's more rock and sometimes you know I love. I love the classic rock stuff from the seventies and eighties. I'm a child of the seventies and eighties but I also love. I mean I love country. I Love God. I love so much music. My son is into jazz and is in the jazz choir. So we've got jazz going all the time and blues and five of my children are from Africa so we play a lot of music from Ghana and reggae. Which they love. So it's kind of an ECLECTIC mix in since we're talking because Valentine about two Valentine's Day is do you have a favorite love song A lot of favorite loves you know the songs that were popular. When I was going to prom the song that was played at my wedding. You know those are songs it you just hear one or two note seven. It takes you right back there by my first husband. Who has who has passed longtime ago. You know always and forever by heatwave was our song and it's been done by Vandross and a number of artists but all I have to do is here like three notes of that song and Bam. I'm right back. You know saying I do to my first true love with that song and lots of motown songs which take me right back to a particular room in particular place when I was nineteen years old you know. Yeah and you just feel you're there now you say again self deprecating line. The Queen of sappy love songs are their songs. That are just too sappy. Even for for Delilah there are songs that are so sappy they That's like eating a spoonful of sugar. It just puts my spirit on edge. You know but unfortunately there really really still requested. And I've heard that one song that goes over. Your line is Bette Midler 's version of the wind beneath my wings..
"yanni" Discussed on THEMOVE
"I guess you know everybody has seen the little <hes> the footage of Aviv Vive Yanni being almost sure he he had it and then you know on the line he he feels immediately. Although it was just a few centimeters but everybody you know the one who loses in the one who wins even if you're transit three centimeters they know you know Soviet Union. You and I think the look on his face was telling the way he looked at <hes> advanced was <hes> was yeah really really big disappointment because I think he was kind of in that adrenaline rush of yes I have it and then finally seeing that he didn't yeah he must be really disappointed for those who didn't see it and Johann you'd be surprised at how many people listen to our podcast and don't get to watch yeah yeah. I I know Jay because you know the. The other day at I don't know if it was yesterday or the day before I think it was yesterday right that you <hes> you mentioned my instagram account and overnight. I got more than one thousand new followers so a lot of people are listening listening. You know we might we might become a threat for for Lance and George would be interesting. Everybody wanted to see they wanted to see your big gold chain. Oh Oh yeah yeah that's true. Let's do I got a lot of questions about that. I I still cannot believe Debbie. I still cannot believe that that was wearing that chain. I mean what the hell was thinking. I it's surreal you can't you couldn't pull this is off nowadays. It's Johan Underscore Bruyneel by the way give them a follow with what I thought was interesting today with with van art and Vivani is it came down to a bike throw in end you you can see that Venar through his bike a little earlier and longer but just the reach of his arms in body. Just a bigger frame just made it a bigger throw. I don't know I just enjoy missing it. Being that closer to finish really came down to the way they you know toss their bike forward at the at the line. Yes I mean yeah. That's obviously makes a difference on art is a big guy and he obviously has longer arms and Vive Yanni and his bike tro is a bigger distance than than Vive Yanni's and definitely ten..
"yanni" Discussed on Drive with Us Podcast
"Yanni. I'm to over that. Pretty stop Randy. Nice cat. So nice cat. Nice work out. But you're not crazy into sports which is weird 'cause I kinda liked sports them. So they got each other's answers. You're not crazy into sports. But that's okay. Everyone at school at loves you. Because you're super smart. They let love money as kidding class that works. Yeah. You get teased by douchebag older, brother. Brad. Oh, my. It's. Well, luckily, you've got little Mark to take it out on hall. Oh, wait, wait. This is perfect because I got the older kid. You got them in. Okay. And there's a third kid. I guess you could say it's a circle of life. How funny is that that you got the middle kid? Name wasn't my brothers. Mark. All right either. But you have a I do not and my last name. Your older brother named Brad Brad? So Randy best cap. Thanks. How's it going after? It was sports sports sports. Intelligence GPA IQ. Funny, funny funny. That's India laughter. Head head. So I'm not apparently very that. I'm not very this. And also can't speak English. Apparently that works. You're no they're American Indian. You're like our own thing fairly intelligent. So you have your own language unless true. Okay. So apparently, I'm not very busy only like less than half this. She's like more than three quarters this. He so let us know if you're more this than us. I don't know even more this than her. But if it were this me, I'd really like to know or less, or if you're as this has me or less Nessie either way, let us know where curious what is your most this quality? Don't forget to connect with us on Instagram. Facebook and Twitter at dry with us podcast. And join us next Thursday for another episode of learn a little laugh a lot.
"yanni" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"I think the dress and the yanni laurel thing for whatever reason people feel so much more strongly about it because there's a certain group of people and i think i'm one of them where no matter what i do i can't get my brain to look at it the other way it's more striking to see that the dark dress and people are saying wait and gold yeah striking striking but there's actually a lot of reasons that that can contribute to this phenomenon with this laura linney anything one of them there's there's external reasons that can contribute to a certain extent like one is device dependent depends on on how you're listening to it from your phone off of your computer speaker in your ear buds some devices naturally will will bias towards a higher frequency or lower frequency so that could push you over the edge another thing that could affect it externally is your actual ear itself somebody refer to it as an ear print i'm not sure if that's even actually a real term but the the shape of your ear can actually accentuate some frequencies and and not others that could that could push you over the edge as well one way or the other but then there's the internal reasons another one that's maybe it's minor but it's still there is expectation if you if you read hey do you hear yanni when you hear this noise and then you play you you are more likely i think by certain amount to here yeah expectation could have another affect that pushes you over the edge but the biggest the biggest.
"yanni" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Terms of what you're hearing and it's fascinating to see people's reactions oh yeah i just chatted you guys image what it has turned into the visual space what awesome so let's play i hear hands down i'm team laurel all the way yanni i thought it was because i was old but then i asked a friend of mine who's like almost ten years younger and she can only hear laurel to like i cannot hear yanni unless i unless i read those articles where they've digitally removed a portion of the sound to make me here yanni but then when they put the whole thing together and i listened to the original file again it's laurel like there is no yanni team laurel all the way i was also team white and gold just only here yanni plan the weird yellowy yes yeah i think that's interesting that the three of us all here there's no quite well actually i'm hearing more of why m y right yemi i'm here yeah that's another i've read some articles that people saying if you hear yemi it's actually probably more correct but because because these researchers went in and they couldn't find that phonemes in there at all but still i don't hear it at all it's laurel you guys are monsters wrong so bob what what's going on logically here like how can is this preprogramed why sound like a neurologist to you so let me so this is clearly reminiscent of the dress hubbub from twenty fifteen where some people golden white and other people's black and blue and i'd let this love how vocis.
"yanni" Discussed on Deadcast
"Laurels the yanni one is upsetting sounding laurels the robot and then yanni is the ghost sedate gas on drew that's roth special guest in just a second but i talk about the audible dress phenomenon that happened yesterday with the versus laurel tore the newsroom part you know the second that it said the second i saw the tweet that said hey does this is the say yes to your laurel i knew immediately they would be halfandhalf you know what i mean like it was just was where it's like oh here we go again yeah i didn't have that with the dress it was like i was aware that as an old guy with old is i wasn't going to see what the younger people were seeing i think that that really did kind of split on age lines but this one was completely weird like dom said it sounded different if you had headphones on he heard one thing with headphones in one without just i've just all all the way through but i heard yanni all the way through i put on headphones and i heard yanni all the way through and then like someone did some sound modulation our own tim burke did some like modulate and i heard danny all the time but then there was another one where they just sort of alternated it was different it was a different person fucking with it and then and then i said to my daughter and she was playing it on her phone and she was sitting like i don't know six feet away from me and then i heard laurel so it it clears him sir frequency thing the gravity and the lady yeah i think we've been both agree that the polarity is definitely involved the but i'm just amazed that you heard like that you could hear the gani without hearing the laurel like i don't understand how that how that works but i think that's neat guy think what happens is because first of all people are just trying to do the dress thing again which we put up a blog we're not stupid seriously we gotta.
"yanni" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"I was hearing yanni and everybody else was hearing laurel okay because all about the same this is fucking with us land it's crazy so when the dress thing happened there were like these articles saying it was all about how our visual cortex interacts with a light reflecting off surfaces and our visual frame there's like this wire article where they're saying our visual system is posted throw away information but i've studied individual differences in color vision for thirty years and i just never really bought that that it was like color specific thing and now i think i'm vindicated i think this is proof that it's is not just colors that's basically how our senses interact with our brain there's this book incognito by david gelman that is one of my favorite nonfiction books that everybody should read but he talks about how they're way more nerves traveling from our brain to our is in that direction then from our eyes to our brain so in other words we see with our eyes but we also to allergic greasy with our memory like our memory fills in a lot of our visual field with just what it knows is there based on what you've seen in context so if that's true and if that applies to all of their you know sensory perception oregon's than you know your bringing so much of your memory and your personal experience to everything you hear that it is going to be totally different to different people basically and i think like i don't know think about how completely different it sounds when you hear a song for the first time to like when you hear it for the seventh time and you absolutely love it too when you hear it for the hundredth time and you're just like so tired of this song it's like it sounds like a different song and i i don't know i feel like that's partially what's happening with how this is hitting our brains i don't think i'm ever going to hear yanni i think if i do i'm gonna have to like bring the audio tracking the logic and start like fucking with the speed of it or something.
"yanni" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Oh jeez and the abc's but even a petrobras which has been ripping so if you wanna look at some of those names i just think banks are the place that are the epicenter of all this rising rates these guys are actually doing better and what's good for banks for now is not always going to be good for banks but right now again banks are the best combination evaluations and the most leverage to this economy the tactical yanni and the tactical laurel both like energy we did on what you call tactical gone back to yourself as his tactical yanni's day the ground in energy very tactical though because i do think that you're running to the end of the energy run so to speak so i think that oil will start to i do believe it's transitory i do think what high oil prices you're going to see them reverse i do think that you're gonna see the subsector energy space in particular reverse go lower so it'd be a biotech and retail we heard from macy's we heard from home depot home depot had a little bit of strong in may for the past three weeks exactly so i do believe that what you're hearing from the retail sector specifically tells us that the consumer is in good shape has money and they're going to spend their money and the sector's been so beaten up even the recent run that we've seen in the space i think still has longer together there are some natural circuit breakers to keep kind of the yanni mariani's in place though so let's think about it we have higher gasoline prices and a higher dollar that higher dollar may start to weigh on oil and gasoline prices that may be one.