19 Burst results for "Yaris"

"yaris" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

07:10 min | 2 months ago

"yaris" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Who are all part of the CDC and you're working to eradicate four separate different global outbreaks at the same time. While also searching for a cure for that disease. Yeah. Wow. It's a lot of fun. It's like you are all a different, everybody has a different occupation, and each of those occupations can do a special thing. So it's like, if you have somebody that's a paramedic, they can do one of these things. If they have a researcher that you can do one of these things. And so it's really useful for to be able to have their special skills within your game and then you say, okay, well, if I can get to this city, then maybe you can get your character over here and we can eradicate this thing. And it's really neat. I think it was probably my first cooperative game too. That's interesting. Cool. Yeah. And then it also has three different legacy versions, one of which is an award winner. We'll get to that later, but we did talk about legacies earlier, so this is an example of something that got twisted into a legacy. Q is for Queen games. Again, not a lot I could put. It's like, I'm glad you had a cue. Oh, I had a clue. I literally did not have to think about the cube because I just like, there's probably other things I can do. I'm just gonna grab queen. It's fine. Yep. Game manufacturer based in Troy story Germany. They focus mostly on family or children's games, so lots of dice rolling, like kubo, or escape, or stuff that's marketed straight to kids like banana party. It's an adorable game of collecting bananas before your Friends collect all their bananas. Pretty straightforward. Yeah. Queen games has also produced two spiel desserts winners, Alhambra, which is a game of bidding to place tiles from a shared board onto your own complex in a Spanish court. And then kingdom builder, which is players using wooden houses across a randomized landscape to control the most territory. R is for root. Root is a board game created by Cole world and published by later games in 2018. We're going to touch back on a term we brought in earlier because this is an asymmetrical game, which later games specializes in publishing. This is a game where everyone is using different game mechanics to play the same game, but you're all trying to achieve a similar win condition. So in route, everyone is playing as different forces in a forest who somehow win the game. The Marquis de shops attempt to build buildings across the forest and expand their empire utilizing multiple pieces right off the gate in the game. The Woodland alliance, my counterpoint doesn't start with any pieces on the board, but they use their influence to run guerrilla campaigns and so dissension amongst the Woodland rinks, and then earn forces that way. They are adorable Woodland communists, and we treasure them. And then as a final counterpoint, the vagabond is just a single piece that is on the board, but they work with any of the factions on the boards to provide them with resources to earn points for them or to cut off their resources to earn points for them. Okay. So everyone's kind of playing a slightly different game, but everyone's trying to win the same game. Now when people are playing their own version while they're playing it, can things that they do mess up other players tasks? Absolutely. A lot of the times the Marquis de chat will see that the Woodland alliance is trying to start a rebellion in one of their territories and then we'll just move their pieces in, just like try to push that out before that they can succeed in overthrowing their control. Cool. Yeah. Which takes us to S, everyone's been waiting. Let's talk about spiel dish yaris. Yes. So this awards one of the top German board games annually to the best board game produced that year for the first time. And it's also considered one of the top board gaming awards in the world. The shortlist nominees for this can expect a three to four times increase on their expected production for a game and winners end up selling in the millions of copies worldwide. Wow. Which spiel does yaris you do have to realize this is specifically for the best German language game. So if a game is released outside of the German language for the first time in his later localized into German, the year it's localized into German as the year that it is considered for the spiel des yaris. Okay. Okay. Yeah, that makes sense. Yeah. And then spiel distillers also has some special awards that they'll give out the most traditional one used is the most beautiful game, which we'll talk about now. Some notable winners, 79 is the first winner of the shield is yours. That is the game hair and tortoise. The first special prize winner for solitaire game was the Rubik's Cube. Huh. Interesting. Yeah. And then we've got some gateway games in here. Settlers of catan, carcassonne, ticket to ride. We'll talk about gateway games in a bit. And then the 2021 winner of the award 2022 awards won't be till this summer. So we have micro macro crime city as the most recent winner of the spiel des yaris. Can I do a related plug here too? Please. So winner of the 1981 to be able to see ours for the game focus was Sid Saxon. And said saxons papers are housed in the library and archives of play at the strong. And over the last couple of years, we actually have worked on a project to digitize all of his game diaries. And put them online, and so now we have a research portal online for those. It's called the Sid Saxon portal. It's Saxon portal dot museum of play dot org. Anyway, on that site, we have about 35 years worth of his professional and personal diaries. And so basically every day Sid would sit down and write down every person he talked to every game he played in every book he read and then at the end of every year he would go back and index his own diaries so that you could actually go to the index and be like, it's 1974. Did Sid play monopoly this year? And you can go see all of his mentions on it. It'll be like, yep, February 1st, February 9th, March 3rd. It's incredible. So we're actually doing also a transcription project with these diaries because it's one thing to have the images up. But it's another thing to make them usable and accessible for people, especially to keyword search. So at any given time, we'll have about 5 diaries up for transcription. We're kind of starting at the beginning, 1963, working our way through. So at this point of recording, we have 5 full ones completely done, so in 1963 to 1960 8, are totally available online. All the transcriptions and everything. So when you keyword search anything on that site, you'll get all of the transcriptions for those. And we've had a couple of really amazing transcribers who are super game enthusiasts and.

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"yaris" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

07:25 min | 7 months ago

"yaris" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"Goes by that time. It's too late. I don't know what The real and off having all these things together but it sounds like he's like a small repeal right or small matrix moment when you realize realize that a lot of the didn't you live. It might be because you were not accord. Sure of a lot of these small details and that's okay. That's okay for the simple fact that elise now time for seed things in different lens you guys have no idea how hard for me sometimes. Look for some reason sunny. What fifteen tournament minutes. But i know can't control that. I can control making the video. I can draw making happening. And these go way back when i started doing on la self-development especially with Approaching signing i to suffer from land. Because i was very insured kinda person and what happened was i knew i needed to do something. So i guess when at it as are approaching people twenty four night for me that was har now the cocoa calling. I call hundreds of people. And i'm okay with that will be Before was not like that now but time things go different. I used those guilty as deal with my daily life and becoming. I'm getting somewhere where the somewhere got got. Has those plan for me. Plans that in the moment might not understand but the more you know life goes on i. I'm understanding in something. That i notice is in base of things that i can control and on my own decisions. Huge fan of this process because it just it does show me a lot from myself. These are now under shoot but you know it is what it is. Now's the time to make things happen and control my life the same for you. you're listening. Control your mind. Control your life things that you can reach. Don't worry about the things that you can't because he will. He will drain you he will. That's why sales is a high paying job peterbilt. You just develop skills to convince to help people that they might not see things from the same glance that you do have an interview Couple of hours ago up up man they just. They have an interview for an hour and a half aim by the end of the interview. I was tired like tire. Hypnotized light So tire that. I knew something was not right. And by the end of the interview. The person just throw the question. The closing question way. She's basically the client need to qualify. And i felt like a klein. Because the question was why should i use be apar- of the business and i knew that question was coming and i like it. See just it's a psychology game anatoly. Sure i'm out with person. I'm a good leader and follower laura but they needed time to really think about it ryan because by the end of the interview. I felt like i was strain. I wasn't hypnotized like my body was so tired yesterday. That person's sent me in the way that i was going to say yes but i was going to say yes just to please her in. That does not me. I don't want that so let me just talk about it when my wife then things start coming in start coming in a way that i was like oh man i i just went through to this process right. Gee that's why you get paid well. Because she can just do skill make sure that she managed to use. Get people to do things that you know. They might not want to do now. What i control. What's my decision and not the police. Nobody and used to do the right decision which was not them happened so we go online these kind of people they are hated everywhere and i guess he why i can see why it's important for us to understand that even this twitches like that. We don't think that we should say no. We say no because remember. We can control that we can control say no we wanna turn-up leading people all those decision. We throw them for something that we should not not not do is to be congruent ourselves. This one was shorts from the. Pf music podcast this episode one hundred and fifteen beginning their gained after one hundred and fifty my next local. Make sure they subscribe. You're listening to a podcast. The romo ambitious honoree appreciate it. You're listening to a podcast ankara. Fm you can listen to focus on all the platforms spotify I radio all these great swing platform. You can do it and the show your friends. If you have any questions you can reach out to the pa for parkas. Jamila copy from uc deal dot com. And i will read them and also you can support. The polka. wanted to link description below where says support with this episode. Four hundred fifteen control what you can control now. This was your hose. Paolo yaris vargas a mouth piece..

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"yaris" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:07 min | 8 months ago

"yaris" Discussed on Cardionerds

"This may be the second or third opinion consultation. And what i've seen is when ambitious get to the super high risk with. There's no doubt everyone that she is going to see is going to say. Do not get pregnant. That is where the overwhelming majority is going to recommend even in a setting where you have the means to take care of these patients as you really. Don't know how they're going to do. They do well during pregnancy. But all of these human dynamics they can be totally different or detrimental. Save she has it will start him hemorrhage and now she's hypertensive and all she's shunting across so i typically sit down with the patient and i frankly go over the best case scenario and the worst case scenario and i have to tell you in my many many years of experience for patients who really have a strong desire and they look at my eyes and say doctor. I know i'm prepared to be in the worst case scenario and i'm gonna go with it. They do very well. I don't know whether saying well or their compliance or their drive. They they do very well. And i have to tell you. There are some patients the here the worst the doom and blue. They're gonna say you know what. I'm not going to go through that. And i highly encourage that shared decision making when you have one to one with the patient sit down and whatever their issues are i go with that and like i said at this particular patient. If she had come to my office asking i would have. This is the best case scenario that she ended up having but it could have been worse and again. It's up to the patient up to the family. How driven they are sometimes if they had a prior child. They're going to say you know. I just do not want this pregnancy. I'm just going to stay with how i am. And some of them they want to pursue. That is generally what i do in my practice. Dr hamad i think the importance of shared clinical decision. Making can't be understated in her case. And as dr four fia As we are progressing through her care yaris are contra indicated in pregnancy and because of this her amber santana was discontinued shoot started on inhaled Nell her sildenafil dose with significantly increased and her anti coagulation was switched to therapeutic knocks apparent and this was after shared decision making discussion between dr four fia and the patient where she continued to express a strong desire to become pregnant an shortwhile later she presented a clinic for weeks pregnant all right so here. We are in cave linen. Having had multiple cardio obstetric recording so far there are three. Ps that keep coming up. One is planning the follow than to is preparing with contingencies and three personalizing the approach to the specific patient. So dr heavy with regards to planning the follow up for this particular patient. What are the the initial has labs that you would get in how you monitor her over the course of a pregnancy. What if they both things said i. Emphasize is vish. No way for me to know how you're feeling unless you tell me so. This is the type of patient when you have a very closed loop communication you outlined the potential symptoms that the patient may have and to call if there's any change in her status thinks that i'd be concerned about are going to be the right heart failure. The volume overload of pregnancy the propensity to irritate me has and getting into this spiral of low oxygen saturation's where hype pressures at going out. In general i would follow these patients every couple of weeks if not every week in the second half of pregnancy i usually use. Bnp doubles all throughout a gives me a sense of how their volume or the pressures status is in the veterans and then like i said patient education and follow up cereal examinations if they need if any change of medications diuretics depending on how they are doing in terms of the.

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"yaris" Discussed on The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"yaris" Discussed on The Unofficial Shopify Podcast

"You're not getting a lot out wait. You're honestly not really deigning a lot because the two point. Oh theme editor. That's just live now. Everybody got that and the new meta field medfield support. You just get get and like writing meta feels in the code which again. You're not doing the storeowners listening this. So what do you care what you see between having turbo now and what. You're going to have in turbo in six months new. Who cares the. I know it's so close. It's right around the corner and you're already surviving on debut. I would wait and just do it right and get the full features because even if it's the stuff you're not like a gonna use all the time or one hundred percent gonna use. You still want apps sections. You're gonna want that that support going forward. I view future. Proofing your viewing it more as like well. I'm not that committed is all. This is all the waiting worth just getting into section. Yeah you're gonna pay rental gonna to be on it because you're gonna wanna be current not beyond a deprecated old system so like at some point you're going to have to transition to it. I'm seeing the mindset of well. I gotta get across that finish line because i got access to all these great new features Slowdown because it's not gonna make a big material difference. Yes yeah you could upgrade your most of the you can regain your to get for getting away from debut or dawn to like a really big fancy extensible. Customizable theme is really just because you switch themes yeah done because from dawn to turbo like you're going from like three to ten. The transition from turbo now turbo. Three months from now is going from ten to eleven this fine. Yeah like look. I've been driving around this toyota yaris. I really going to pull the trigger on my my new tesla to the twenty twenty twos right around the corner. Do i wait. That's essentially what's going on here..

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"yaris" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"yaris" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"yaris" Discussed on Z104

Z104

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"yaris" Discussed on Z104

"Here this morning to nobody would make a million's last night. Here's something you probably let fall right off of your radar. But I'm gonna fill you in a both make a million's and Powerball are over 400 million, right? Whoa. It's the first time that both of them have been that high. It'll long time. Friday's mega millions is $490 million. I didn't know that and Powerball. I think it's tonight and that is over 4.5 ago with the numbers, but they're both up there. So talk about turning around from 2020. $90 million with changer. Turn your life around. All right. This is a great video. We found it for you this morning. Usually when you see a story about porch pirates, people that steal packages off your porch. It's always like that grainy stop motion ring video footage and you can't really see the person they like. You see this person call the cops and tell us who they are now, and it's the only thing is they usually get away with it. They usually have stolen whatever it is, and then you never find him. Here's a different video all together. This is a guy lives in Brampton, Ontario, which is up in Canada who caught the porch pirate while he was walking away with his box like literally the porch pirate is on his porch, so the guy ran to his front door. Open the door. It's done. You're done. And saw the guy the guy dropped his box and ran to his car, which was a Toyota Yaris. Have you ever seen one of those? It's really small. Okay? Yeah. Really, really tiny car kind of thing. A porch pirate would drive you anyways. Up in Canada. In case you don't want parts of Canada. It's been snowing. It's butt off. So when the guy pulled out of his driveway Quickly in his again Toyota cars, which, by the way, the guys filming now, and he's got his license plate. You're done exactly exactly what the guy said. You're done. That's done. You're done. You're done. So the guy starts his car up. This is him starting scar. Acts out of the driveway and immediately backs into a snow bank and can't get traction. Mm hmm. Stop this coverage. Cops is coming. We call please. Now. So what you got is a guy literally stuck in your driveway who can't get out of hand and he gets out of his car tries to push it gets back in his car, No traction. Meanwhile, the cops do show up and they pretty much surrounded the car and the guy was arrested People he stole from caught pretty much everything the whole thing on video. You know, the crazy part about all of this is I read more of the report. They just got paper plates from Sam's Club. That's all he was stealing. That's all. It was just people plates. It's a frog toilet paper. I could see you still with that on somebody's porch anyways, if you want to see this video, it's pretty funny to watch. Because this is this porch fire. It is just the worst. Like you Never get out of your car. Throw your hands up like okay, I'm down on my luck, man. I think you I think you get out of the car and go. We need to make a deal like I will give you money here. Have my car got stuck your the way your trunk opening. I look at all this stuff. I got from public people's houses. You hate your neighbor got all their stuff. Pick something and let's call it even if you won't see the video text the word Oops. 2757 well, four and we will send it to your phone. It's definitely worth a good watch this morning. Inroads number one hit music station. They go white you before you write me C one of four boxes of Jack's not my night. I love you went out for sure. All the hits and the Sea Morning Zoo. Let me take it. See 104. Super habitable the center I'm meteorologist Jeremy Wheeler, Your forecast today we've got partly cloudy skies could be dry Chilean breezy with high temps in the upper forties, You got winds out of the northwest 10 to 15 miles an hour. Tonight, mostly clear with lows and low to mid thirties. When will be out of the north, a 10 member Thursday we'll have a good amount of sunshine High temps will be in the upper forties winds out of the north about 5 to 10 miles an hour. Z morning to forecast on Z 104 have a good day, raise both arms and wait goodbye to anything that holds you back. Let the world see those under arms. Don't advance cares new formula with natural oil is effective in kind to.

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"yaris" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"yaris" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"You are like making eye contact and waving to somebody or like being just friendly on the road or just forgiving people for feeling shitty about going to the same job that they've been going to for forty years and you don't get to do that because you just work like film jobs and you or writing jobs in you like you know. They're only monse long. Yeah so i think. I think actually this is a good litmus test for telling what state i'm in as human being like in this stage today say is like how i feel about other drivers on the road so this is actually a very good question there. I'd i'd say i'm very observant of the other drivers just because at least two in the morning especially because it's just like we're all doing we're all living like it is kinda cliche thing of. We're all like have these full lives. But here i am just like seeing somebody driver. The toyota yaris and there are no but that person is so much more than a person who drives a toyota yaris And it's just it blows my mind in in some ways but i as far as like waving and stuff. I don't really like to do any of that. But i do. Smile at people like even if there's a bad situation that happens like on the road and you know like most people give dirty looks or like scream at the other person. I'm always just smiling. I give everybody the peace sign when something bad happens on the road because it's just too negative like driving is too negative. Usually everything just negative. So if i can have control to be kind somewhere. I try to do that in the car. I also don't want to get shot by a road bridge guy right. Oh man. I miss when i lived in hawaii for a brief moment at. I'm wondering about when you drive in hawaii whenever somebody lets you win or something good happens on the road you just throw the shock and the hang loose which i like as a good driving symbol..

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Dallas police searching for suspect in hit-and-run that killed motorcyclist

Mark Levin

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas police searching for suspect in hit-and-run that killed motorcyclist

"The Dallas police were looking for a suspect involved in a deadly hit and run Dallas police say on Saturday at about 3:40 A.m., a red four door sedan was involved in a deadly accident with the motorcycle rider near the intersection of shady Trail and Lombardi Drive. Police say the suspect loved the scene without stopping to render aid. Detectives are asking everyone to be on the lookout for 2007 to 2012 red Toyota Yaris four door sedan, which would have had damage to the back Left tail light, kaboom desired. WB AP

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"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

"Your stay at home situation where you can't leave the house you can even do it I guess three a phone in the Cup I'm Mick miles this is our auto expert radio show two million Americans get their automotive news from our own expense Anton woman is driving from his home in the middle of no where to a really nice and he's real nice home in Vegas and now we got disconnected so he is right now we're trying to reconnect with him because he's probably in the middle of nowhere that was my Siri going off because it was trying to find trying to find that rotates a radio show which it's just doing I had a coach silence it well the news as we get an answer back on the phone Japanese Mitsubishi motors loses over the pandemic they got to be able to survive they were already in a very precarious situation as far as sales is concerned but this could be unfortunately the nail in the coffin for a brand which is made known for developing some of the best all wheel drive systems and some of the great evoke performance costs a of the past everybody sales innings of course going to be down because people are going to dealerships to shop it is not stopping old new car companies are releasing vehicles Toyota have shown the brand new Yaris and of course I wasn't that interested in rushing to see it because it's been one of those small sort of little commuter because that people aren't that interested in I tend to see a lot of medical delivery services using them to pick up blood samples from doctors offices around town but in Tokyo on a and in the end of April they show the brand you Yaris and it looks like a compact S. U. V. when it comes to the United States I don't know really supposed to be released at the Geneva motor show all right we managed to get Anton back on the phone so I had saw we were talking a little bit about what's going on in the world Volkswagen confirming the ID three is on track for the summer that's right so there were many talk about delayed because of a software issues and of course the recent production issues impacting everybody but also I cannot tell you day and just sat down guess what we are still on track so whether they made that up or whether that is actually true all other things equal I think it's a good sign do you think that there's going to be a market left Fulham because of a C. car sales down other people are buying when they were buying but dis thing the ID three still has a future and people are still going to want to buy a new vehicle yes here's how it works so that they have to sell a certain percentage of the production they will lower.

"yaris" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KGO 810

"A treatments for medical treatments anyway at UCSF at children's hospital they gave them keys two cars that they had restored newly restored cars and this is during the holiday season they call it the twelve cars of Christmas giveaway well they already gave away eight cars to families and I think that's what I was talking about I think we touched on it on the show so geico donated the cars and then they're fully refurbished by caliber collision centers technicians and they volunteered this was not like a money making thing and they also loaded the cars with trunks full of gifts for the kids all while yeah I'm so the for families are one was a foster mother to three infants she lost her car and had to rely on ride share borrow cars to you know get her kids to get the medical care they need on user medical treatments that you need frequently I mean often some of them are daily she got a twenty eighteen Toyota Yaris one single mother full time care giver and her two sons suffer from severe debilitating illnesses epilepsy autism sleep apnea hearing loss she was given a car she got a twenty thirteen Honda civic it's great a local mother whose daughter has sickle cell requires chronic infusion therapy she got a twenty fifteen Nissan Altima and again these cars are all refurbished so beautifully by caliber collision I'm just to give them credit and geico worked with them a couple whose daughter is the last one the daughter has down syndrome and she needs frequent hospital visits for issues related to asthma diabetes they got a twenty fifteen Toyota sigh on us so great it really is and I do I just want to give them a little love because I think it's just a great story this holiday season yeah and so caliber collision in if you're looking for a business to patronize there you go that's great yeah they've donated nearly four hundred cars valued at nearly five million dollars to military service members veterans and others in need of reliable transportation in the.

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"yaris" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KGO 810

"Restored newly restored cars and this is during the holiday season they call it the twelve cars of Christmas giveaway well they already gave away eight cars to families and I think that's what I was talking about I think we touched on it on the show so geico donated the cars and then they're fully refurbished by caliber collision centers technicians and they volunteered this was not like a money making thing and they also loaded the cars with trunks full of gifts for the kids all while yeah I'm so the for families are one was a foster mother to three intense she lost her car and had to rely on ride share borrow cars to you know get her kids to get the medical care they need don't user medical treatments that you need frequently and often some of them were daily well she got a twenty eighteen Toyota Yaris one single mother full time care giver and her two sons suffer from severe debilitating illnesses epilepsy autism sleep apnea hearing loss she was given a car she got a twenty thirteen Honda civic well that's great a local mother whose daughter has sickle cell requires chronic infusion therapy she got a twenty fifteen Nissan Altima and again these cars are all refurbished so beautifully by caliber collision I'm just to give them credit and geico worked with them a couple whose daughter is the last one the daughter has down syndrome and she needs frequent hospital visits for issues related to asthma diabetes they got a twenty fifteen Toyota sigh on us so great it really is and I do I just want to give them a little love because I think it's just a great story this holiday season yeah and so caliber collision in if you're looking for a business to patronize there you go that's great yeah they've.

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"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

"The best trip I've ever taken here. Japan. I'm in love with Japan amazing country. It's like taking all of the bad people out of America. That's so nice and they do everything for you. And somebody bought my train ticket because I was lost. I mean, the, the people are amazing. The cause are amazing. I got to drive some incredible pieces of engineering when I was out there. The crown this iconic. Toyota cau- that was in, in Japan. I gotta drive it was. And they drive on the same side of the road is the English offer. Anything more I have eight hours there this September. Yes, right. You'll changing plane going to venture out of the apple I am. I've had eight hours in Tokyo, so I'm going to use every minute. I have. All right. So that's like probably four or five hours out of the apple, exactly. It takes about an hour on a bus to get to Tokyo from the retail. Right. I know I'm going to the closer airport. Okay. Neda. Okay. Well, you'll have a good time. You probably can arrange some tour of a factory or something. But they might be everything I can't have and yeah, you're gonna have nine lunches while you're there, because you have two when Japan big here for Toyota this year and next year this year, of course, the Tokyo Motor Show, which happens every two years. They'll show the latest concept 'cause and all the new stuff is happening. And then the Olympics are coming right off to that. So that's going to be super exciting. And on the beginning of that Toyota pushing out some pretty important products and the one of the most important products that gets overlooked, too. Lotta times is the new Toyota Yaris and Tannadice joining us on the phone to talk about that ten a win was the Yaris unveiled was it, it was a New York Horta show before then. New York auto show, this past March, and it's, it's kind of a big deal because this is the probably the first Toyota that many people will own the introduction into the brand, right? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean that's what we hope for. Anyway, we hope that, that you kind of would. Start your relationship with a car like yours or a car like Kula have a great experience. And then that, would, you know, cause you to come back to the brand over and over again. And we could continue to delight you Toyotas, for every stage of your life. Now, when I think of Toyota, I think of something that I can get into, and it will stop every time I specifically bought a Toyota brand vehicle myself for this because I was tired of going out and my landrover wouldn't style chose what day of the week wanted to start when now I have a Toyota product, that's, that's kind of the first thing, the first thing is reliability, but there's so much more than that. There is safety. There is an now lots of spirited designs coming out of the, the Toyota designed studios, no longer, they more utility vehicles. Toyota's designing. Pretty great vehicles. And you sort of included all of this inside the new yards package. I think so I you know, you said it quite nicely. The, the Toyota brand stands for quality, dependability reliability. That's what we built the foundation of the brand on that and safety vehicle.

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"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

"The best trip I have ever taken period. Japan. I'm in love with Japan amazing country. It's like taking all of the bad people out of America. That's so nice and they do everything for you. And somebody bought my train ticket because I was lost. I mean, the people are amazing. The cause are amazing. I got to drive some incredible pieces of engineering when I was out there. The crown this iconic. Toyota that was in, in Japan. I gotta drive it was. And they drive on the same side of the road is the English offer. Anything more I have eight hours there. The September changing plane going to venture out of the apple I am. I've had eight hours in Tokyo, so I'm going to use every minute. I have. All right. So that's like probably four or five hours out of the apple. Exactly takes about an hour on a bus to get to Tokyo from the right. I know I'm going to the closer airport. Okay. Neda. Okay. Well, you'll have a good time. Probably arrange some tour of factory or something. But. Everything I can't have, and you're gonna have nine lunches while you're there, because you have to Japan big if a Toyota this year and next year this year, of course, the Tokyo Motor Show, which happens every two years, they'll show their latest concept 'cause and all the new stuff is happening, and then the Olympics are coming right off to that. So that's going to be super exciting. And on the beginning of that Toyota pushing out some pretty important products and the one of the most important products that gets overlooked, too. Lotta times is the new Toyota Yaris and Tannadice joining us on the phone to talk about that ten win was the Yaris unveiled was it, it was New York horror show before then. That New York auto show this past March, and it's, it's kind of a big deal because this is the probably the first Toyota that many people will own the introduction into the brand, right? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean that's what we hope for. Anyway, we hope that, that you kind of would start your relationship with the car like yards or a car like Kula have a great experience. And then that, would, you know, cause you to come back to the brand over and over again. And we could continue to delight you Toyotas, for every stage of your life. Now, when I think of Toyota, I think of something that I can get into, and it will stop every time I specifically a Toyota brand vehicle myself for this because I was tired of going out and my landrover wouldn't style chose what day of the week wanted to start when now I have a Toyota product, that's, that's kind of the first the first thing is reliability, but there's so much more than that. There is safety. There is now lots of spirited designs coming out of the, the Toyota designed studios no longer, they more utility vehicles. Toyota's designing. Pretty great vehicles. And you sort of included all of this inside the new yards package. I think so, you know, you said it quite nicely. The, the Toyota brand stands for quality, dependability reliability. That's what we built the foundation of the brand on that safety.

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"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

"A lot of times is the new Toyota Yaris and Tannadice joining us on the phone to talk about that. I had a forty two thousand dollars truck in my drive, right from from a non let's say a domestic producer that had a key. I didn't know what to do with it. Then you have a push button. Yeah. So, so that those things to me are extremely exciting because a lot of times they're all set and brands at a well known rewarding into the showroom. And if you want push button start, if you want, you know, ten signals in Mira's, if you want heated mirrors, you end up having to buy convenience packages luxury packages safety packages, and the price of the vehicle gets pushed up. That's right. That's right. And with with the hatchback, we have two grades that are available. They're both modest bet grades keeps it. Very simple very straightforward. What you see is what you get what you what you see in our in our advertiser on our website is the same thing that'll be on the dealer floor. So there's no haggling over these little add on everything is included standard. And that makes it really nice. You know, we're not going to nickel and dime you for, for those kind of. Modern day necessities. Now I see the pitches on the twenty twenty jarosite of a hatchback, but the currently is a sedan. So what's the story here? The, the twenty twenty hatchback is all new d- last hatchback body style in the Irish name plate that we launched with the model. You're eighteen and this is completely revamped vehicle. We're, we're working in partnership with Mazda to design and manufactured vehicles. The sedan version is very similar to hatchback, version and has been in the market for a few years. And so while the hatchback is completely redesigned kind of changing over how we manufacture design. The Dan has been on this track for a while. We stayed great response from the sedan in the marketplace. And so we're really excited to bring over the utility -tarian hatchback body style that it's, it's sister vehicle in many ways. You know, Americans when I grew up in Europe and Americans have not been in love with the hatch in the past. But it makes a. Never understood why. Because we have these things called see you vs going around, which basically just big hatchbacks that are raised off the ground to me. Hatchback is an absolute perfect onset, because you get so much more space in it than they do as well as you know, they do well in sales, or American still trying to come to grips with the hatch. I couldn't agree with you more. I can't ton of practicality in the hatchback design. It's, it's so true that elsewhere in the world. The hatchback is really successful that perfect combination of practicality utilitarianism, but also small agile easy, handling in the US sedan is still king for the most part. But we're seeing a big uptick, I would say a lot of growth in hatchback across the entry subcompact segment and the sub contacts, I get you. So little over a year ago. We launched the Koel hatchback, and we've seen great acceptance of that. We're hoping to continue to see growth in that particular vehicle as and I think that as folks tend to move towards SUV's and sees they'll, they'll be more open to small cars with. Hatchback design because it is kind of sad. Blend of utilitarian, but the agile handling. So until we're, we're expecting great things from the new yard touch back from the cool hatchback is in the lineup does the Uris fit with the Corolla would be a step under in terms of in terms of.

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"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

"The best trip I've ever taken here. Japan. I'm in love with Japan amazing country. It's like taking all of the bad people out of America. That's so nice and they do everything for you. And somebody bought my train ticket because I was lost. I mean, the, the people are amazing. The cause are amazing. I got to drive some incredible pieces of engineering when I was out there. The crown this iconic. Toyota cau- that was in, in Japan. I gotta drive. It was. And they drive on the same side of the road is the English offer. Anything more I have eight hours there this September changing plane, you gonna get venture out of the apple I am I had eight hours in Tokyo, so I'm going to use every minute. I have. All right. So that's like probably four or five hours out of the apple. Exactly takes about an hour on a bus to get to Tokyo from the right. I know I'm going to the closer airport. Okay. Mehta. Okay. Well, you'll have a good time. You probably can arrange some tour of a factory or something. Everything I can have. Have nine lunches while you're there, because you have to when Japan big if a Toyota this year and next year this year, the Tokyo Motor Show, which happens every two years, they'll show the latest concept 'cause and all the new stuff is happening, and then the Olympics are coming right off to that. So that's going to be super exciting. And on the beginning of that Toyota pushing out some pretty important products and the one of the most important products that gets overlooked times is the new Toyota Yaris and Tannadice joining us on the phone to talk about that ten a win was the Yaris unveiled was it, it was a New Yorker show before then. New York auto show, this past March, and it's, it's kind of a big deal because this is the probably the first Twitter that many people will own the introduction into the brand, right? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean that's what we hope for. Anyway, we hope that, that you kind of would start your relationship with the car like yards or a car like Koloa have a great experience. And then that, would, you know, cause you to come back to the brand over and over again, and we can continue to delight you Toyotas, for every stage of your life. Now, when I think of Toyota, I think of something that I can get into, and it will stop every time I specifically a Toyota brand vehicle myself for this because I was tired of going out and my landrover wouldn't sti- chose what day of the weekend wanted to start when now I have a Toyota product, that's, that's kind of the first thing, the first thing is reliability, but there's so much more than that. There is safety. There is an now lots of spirited designs coming out of the, the Toyota designed studios, no longer, they more utility vehicles. Toyota's designing. Pretty great vehicles. And you sort of included all of this inside the new yards package. I think so, you know, you said it quite nicely. The, the Toyota brand stands for quality, dependability reliability. That's what we built the foundation of the brand on that and tasty. The vehicle brand.

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"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on KOMO

"Lot of times is the new Toyota Yaris and Tannadice joining us on the phone to talk about that. I had a forty two thousand dollars truck in my drive right from a from a non. Let's say a domestic producer that had a key. I didn't know what to do with it. Push-button. Yeah. So, so that those things to me are extremely exciting because a lot of times they're all set and brands at a well known walking into the showroom. And if you want push button start if you want, you know, ten signals in is, if you want heated mirrors, you end up having to buy convenience packages luxury packages safety packages, and the price of the vehicle gets pushed up. That's right. That's right. And with with the hatchback, we have two grades that are available. They're both modest bet grades. So it keeps it very simple very straightforward. What you see is what you get what you what you see in our in our advertiser on our website is the same thing that'll be on the dealer floor. So there's no haggling over these little add on everything is included standard. And that makes it really nice. You know, we're not going to nickel and dime you for, for those kind of modern day necessities. Now I see the pitches on the twenty twenty jarosite of a hatchback. But the currently is a sedan. So what's the story here? The, the twenty twenty hatchback is all new the last hatchback body style in the Irish name plate that we launched with a model. You're eighteen this that completely revamped vehicle. We're, we're working in partnership with Mazda to design and manufacture vehicle the sedan version. He's very similar to back version and has been in the market for a few years. And so while d hatchback is completely redesigned kind of changing over how we manufacture design today and has been on this track for a while. Great response from the sedan in the marketplace. And so we're really excited to bring over the Tila -tarian hatchback body style that it's, it's sister vehicle in many ways. You know, Americans he grew up in Europe and Americans have not been in love with the hatch in the past. But it makes a. Understood why. Because we have these things called, see you going around, which, basically, just big hatchbacks are raised off the ground to me hatchback is an absolute perfect onset, because you get so much more space in it. Do they do as well as you know, they do well in sales or Americans still trying to come to grips with the hatch. I couldn't agree with you more, I hit ton of practicality in the hatchback design. It's, it's so true that elsewhere in the world. The hatchback is really successful that perfect combination of practicality Tila -tarian, but also small agile easy, handling in the US sedan, a still king for the most part. But we're seeing a big uptick, I would say a lot of growth in hatchback across the entry subcompact segment and the sub context, I get you. So little over a year ago, we launched the coal a hatchback and we've seen great acceptance of that. We're hoping to continue to see growth in that particular vehicle as. I think that as folks tend to move towards SUV's and sees they'll, they'll be open to small cars with the hatchback design, because it is kind of blend of utilitarian, but agile handling. And so, so we're, we're expecting great things from the New York touchback from the cool hatchback is in the lineup. Does the Uris fit with the Corolla? Would be a step under in terms of in terms of pricing, starting price and kind of available. Features packages the size you can find out a lot of information. Also.

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"yaris" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:38 min | 3 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"But you gotta void bad foods, the fried foods, processed meats gluten, and of course, for the block when people have plaque and the arteries, whether it's in the crowded cry the coronary arteries, the brain arteries, kidney, arteries it. And you get stints in in bypasses done. You have tracking all your arteries. It doesn't just occur in one artery. Right. It's everywhere everywhere. And of course, I've actually publish articles on plaque in your arteries of wild sheep from that was mountains of North Africa. We're in the heck today, you know, get the inflammation arteries in. They weren't getting closer. All so we're at him, and what was happening there being Inonu. Just two months here said mixed grain which include week, which is in a medal born during the summertime the germ oil oxidized turned into trance cause the inflammation and causes plaque ninety eight percent. Plaque in blockage in the arteries, currently argues of these two wild sheep in the zoo. Okay. And it was written up in nineteen seventy. And of course, it sugar purely plaque in the arteries is not caused by cholesterol is caused by inflammation by fats and oils, actually, get oxidized. So she bad stuff, then again at one hill, and heart pack access lean and let's see here. What else I give her the ultimate daily? Classic cabbage would get her two bosses. You could take two three times a day or three twice a day purpose here is to support healthy blood pressure. But also to support healthy blood flow through blocked arteries, and I had people who had seventy five percent of their their livers surgically removed because so Bill scar tissue is weeding or her vinyl Dosen causing jaundice, and all that kind of stuff, and we change it. Every all the bad foods the fried. Food process meets the oils. Gluten got her on the new you just described for your friend. And and just a couple of months time. She regrouped her whole liver and she'd had two thirds of her liver remove surgically over period of years, and she actually comes to meeting. She didn't New York and come to meetings and tell us your testimony. Okay. And yeah, her name is Elaine, and she's just a great great lady. But I do this all over the world deliver wants to heal itself. It has great healing response. And so your friend is in a position where he does these things and the bad stuff she can actually heal her liver. What you only have one liver. Doc, you gotta make it work. Yes. Right. Live with liver. So easy, Lloyd writes that his wife is taking Lysenko Pearl. Twenty milligrams for high blood pressure and also a statin drug for cholesterol. And he simply asks is this good for her health. No, okay. Standards. When you when you use dandruff, and you stay away from cholesterol, you're going to get Alzheimer's disease. If the woman she's gonna have menopause and all kinds of our moral problems drain us, if it's a male he'll have low T and E D load cholesterol is worse than high cholesterol. High class is very good. Makes you sexy. Doesn't it clog up your arteries? No, no, absolutely not. I'm the one that proved is caused by plugging your Ari thanking Yaris yard just caused by inflammation as a result of oxidized oils. We're talking olive oil kogo MCTL's manage others. You know, all those your worst enemies. Okay. 'cause they answered is turned into trans fats. Meet another one is bad. Is Mike Repub corn popcorn? This is from you told us that last time that scared the heck out of us. Yeah. Yeah. It causes heart attacks in fifty thousand kids today to twelve each year twenty thousand of them died from plaque and the arteries from the microwave popcorn is that because of the saturated fats, they put in there or what? No, it's it's from they use a margin kinda, you know, in their when microwave gets it causes the heating then causes what if they used real butter. Well, here's the way to do it. Get an ear pumper air pump car melt butter salted butter, and then pour the Melton salted butter on top of the air pump. Tom corn, you're safe and ready to go radio. Interesting take. All right. Let's go to Walter in Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. George j. Hewlett soy, great to be only, George Walter Howarth things everything. Good good, George got a lot of respect for doc wallet. But I was calm. I don't think that you've been boiled on average behavior, and you know, do a biochemical litmus test ahead tests. Now, I majored in biology chemistry in college. I was pretty mad. I think I mentioned that the George I know one of the one of the standard compounds that's prescribed for anti depression and Adron behavior in this country has dilates himself fate which supports what thought Wallich says, not George the Fort Hood shooter. Was it saying psychiatrists? Now, you know, you would think he would have known whether he had enough lithium in his system. Now, he he allowed himself to be brainwashed into radical. Islam-? So and so I heard that the sandy hook shooter was you know, he was he was only five two or five three was a little guy. Any was always Steve about side, you know. So and any also he also killed his own mother. Yeah. Joy. Well, you know, and they say, well, you know, the psychiatrists said, well, you know, he was trying to his way apply late day of quote, unquote. Big man now, like, I say, I don't think we employ let down to you know. Let miss doesn't I read? Yeah. I think that law like my dad justed innocent statistics. I read I read George way every day in this country. We consume a hundred acres of pizza. Not certainly duck. While like, my, you know, I mean, he thought about gluten and it ruins the Sealy in the small intestine and obviously at present absorption. You know, what not let's find out is pizza. Good for you, doc. Well, I like the pizza's made with California a week. You know, the pizza crust. Okay. Gluten free. And there's only one thing better than one pizza was gluten free crust. And it's two peaches free crust. Of course, I do eat that quite a bit though. I love sushi rice and salmon, and that kind of stuff I eat mostly like an Asian, but I do like my pizza, and I particularly like the cauliflower crust. They do very good job of that can be out is that really should be cooked in a oven. That Hughes only gluten free pizza. You know, or basically it can't be used for regular piece of interest to stay with us stock. We're gonna take a break, but we'll come back and talk more and take final phone calls. Doc Wallach from critical health, news dot com. And again, the number to call for help one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four get.

"yaris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"yaris" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Billy holiday, and I cover the waterfront the Sheikh of Arab E R Tatum. The song book on WNYC want to note the birthday anniversary of Johnny Guarneri. Boy, did he make a keyboard do things it didn't know it could do there is a merging of classical and jazz under Guan Yaris touch for in his touch that is absolutely unique. He was able to get into instruments like the harpsichord and make them swing this as much Scarlatti as there is swing in the record. You're about to hear Johnny Guarneri. Joining the wonderful pickup or combo group. Small combo group that broke away from the Artie Shaw orchestra known as the Gramercy five. Here is summit ridge drive. There's your classy jazz birthday anniversary for the great keyboardist. Johnny Guarneri joining Artie Shaw and the Gramercy five summit ridge drive nineteen forty. They had no GPS back. Then if you got lost looking for summit ridge drive in the Hollywood hills. Good luck pal the songbook on WNYC with Paul Cavalcanti. This week on the media after Christ's church a debate about how to understand evil without spreading evil. Archivists of hate groups argue it is possible if they're internal messages get exposed and it shows how they're trying to manipulate people into buying into what they're selling. It makes them look weaker. This this week's on the media from WNYC tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three.

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Microsoft adding support for Movies Anywhere, giving away free X-Men movie

Daily Tech News Show

04:11 min | 4 years ago

Microsoft adding support for Movies Anywhere, giving away free X-Men movie

"Yeah, I don't have any specific comments on his other than I would say like this. It's gonna be a slippery slope, you know, regardless of where he's staying on on whether a company should judge, you know how much they should judge something is, you know, not not. Okay. Based on public pressure, you know, the public doesn't like something. And so I think we're all going through a big learning phase here and and I'm interested to see what will come out of, etc. I don't know where this going. I Don. I don't know if people could just scream loud enough to get anything taken out. Someone doesn't like your podcasts anymore because there's another cooler, one ten it can scream at at. You have to take an, you know what I'm saying? Like we're what is the line contam- here. There's a highly painting. There's a whole other discussion to be had about the similarity between this and what happened to James Gunn getting fired at Disney. It would both were in response to public pressure. Yeah, absolutely. So Microsoft briefly hosted a page announcing it had joined movies, anywhere. This would mean movies from participating studios could be bought on the Microsoft store and viewed. Another platforms and vice versa. I tunes Amazon prime video. Google play Lou and Fendi go. Now are the car partners and Louis from Disney Sony Twentieth Century Fox, universal and wanna brothers are included no word on why Marcus off pulled down the announcement and yet it maybe they just weren't ready to me a phone that maybe they weren't ready to know, say diverge and threat dot com. Both reported this this morning with links and screen shots. I mean throats still has a screen shot of the Microsoft page saying, you're movies together. Last fell that watch more with Microsoft movies and TV. But when you click through to the Microsoft page that's supposed to tell you about this new deal. It says, we're sorry. The patriot you requested cannot be found. I mean, we should be sitting here talking about like, oh, movies, anywhere starting expansively, great. When some more studios come into, if I've got an XBox now I can watch all my movies, anywhere stuff. If I want to buy something on my XBox or through the window store, I can still watch it in I tunes, I can still watch it in the Google play store, and that hopefully is what's going to happen because they have prepared, but I don't want to all of it. I mean. 'cause 'cause you do you use your XBox to watch movies? Well, yeah. And I stopped because they pulled out of the when it was called Disney and I know was more limited than, but the Microsoft pulled out of it. Yeah. And so I don't use it anymore, but I use my XBox to watch almost everything YouTube twitch. And so it's kind of like my media hope is apple TV. So I'm definitely looking forward to this disappointment only in that lions gate and paramount, which I get movies from just impressive press things. They aren't included in this, but hopefully with more people being added more stills with the offense as Bill. I mean us funding private disclosure, you're. Hey, what's my disclosure? Lamar. Let me. Yes. My wife works for rotten tomatoes and fandango. So we use fandango now. Yeah. A love for service a page being taken down. Could have been one of the partners hadn't signed another dotted line with them, and we just have to take take it away. Briefly. One would think that if something drastic had changed with us announcement, the rots, certainly the virgin. Anybody else you know who who has good connections that Microsoft would would? No. I also wonder just assuming maybe something was posted prematurely. Sure. Happens a lot in corporate websites. Doesn't it? Yeah. Yeah, so many of us to work on their CMS a little bit. Yeah, I know. I know the New York Times writes, it's a bit Yaris years in advance for for big name folks that it's like, can't we have some sort of a staging server? That's just like one step removed, fix a couple of clicks. Published you? Yeah, exactly. All right. Moving on chipmaker TSMC which makes parts for the iphone said that eighty percent of its Babar -cation tools were affected by a virus. Last Friday. The company has since restored the tools and expects a full recovery. A mistake during software installation for a new tool led to the virus spreading through TSMC's network..

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