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"yashin" Discussed on Food Heaven Podcast
"So make sure that you hop on over there check them out and now we are going to hop back into episode. I one. I'm so excited to talk about the hope. Because that's what i need right now and i don't want it to be like well. I'm not going to tell you what it needs to be. But like you know i hear you on online just like these little cookie cutter like take a bubble bath. Hopefully it's up at simple. Because i wouldn't work for me but before we get into the hope own talking about women. 'cause you mentioned like we tend to be an Certain fields that are more likely to experience burn out. Can you talk about how women might experience. Burn out differently than men in general. Yeah there is a small possibility that it is just something inherently different about the genetic differences between men and women there. Is this a rat study of male and female rats. That's called the forced swim test. You can tell it's bad by the name addica rat and they put it in water and it swims in it swims in its whims and eventually it doesn't mind swimming it just like it doesn't it doesn't want to be in the water and wants to be on land but eventually the rat gives up and it just floats floating there if people can't see me but i'm making like molding anyway. So then what if they go and they take that rat and they stress it out. They make the rat uncomfortable by like making their bedding wet or tilting their cage just something. That's not dangerous just uncomfortable. And then they put that right back in the fourth swim tests the thing. They're measuring is. What is the difference in the swimming time between the first swim when they came at it from a place of comfort and the second swim when they came at it from a place of discomfort turns out female rats persist in a stress sate twice as long as male rats. Oh my god So that there might be some kind of actual biological difference but really we know for and we can measure a women's stressors things that they experience in the world like these professions that are dominated by women that are caring yashin's health.
"yashin" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"yashin" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Lost his daughter and his nephews in the U. S drone strike in Afghanistan, which killed several innocent civilians. Amal's brother, Roma lost all three of his Children along with other family members. He was inside the house and recalls the horrifying moments After the strike. I ran to the car to take my nephew and then my wife called to me to take my other nephew that I saw that the car was burning and I ran to pull out my daughter. She was totally burned. Everyone was burned. You know, it's always gut wrenching to interview parents who lost a child this time at the fault of the United States. One thing that really stands out speaking with those two fathers, it was their family killed in that U. S drone strike, But they wanted to let the world know they were innocent. Fox's trade Yanks. These so called J Six Rally in Washington, D C Today ended without any serious incidents. The group protesting the arrest of former president Trump supporters who stormed the U. S Capital on January 6th. Capitol Police put up a fence around the building and preparation for the weekend's event. A seemingly ageless NHL defenseman is returning for one more season. Ciara is returning to his first NHL home, the 44 year old Slovakian defenseman, announced on his Instagram account Saturday he had signed a one year deal with the New York Islanders. Ciara was drafted by the franchise back in 1996 and played for the team from 1997 through 2000 and one before he was dealt to the Ottawa Senators as part of the Alexey Yashin. Trade for Ciara this season will mark his 24th in the NHL, tying him for the fourth longest career in terms of number of seasons played. Ryan mayor. Fox News. A large tree branch fell, injuring at least seven people. In Honolulu's Waikiki neighborhood, the branch of a banyan tree came crashing down in a popular tourist district. Seven people hurt suffered serious.
"yashin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Is on the Fox News app. The voices America trusts download. It it now. Aimal Ahmadi lost his daughter and his nephews in the U. S drone strike in Afghanistan, which killed several innocent civilians. Amal's brother, Roma lost all three of his Children along with other family members. He was inside the house and recalls the horrifying moments after the strike to the car to take my nephew and then my wife called to me to take my other nephew. Then I saw that the car was burning and I ran to pull out my daughter. She was totally burned. Everyone was burned. You know, it's always gut wrenching to interview parents who lost a child this time at the fault of the United States. One thing that really stands out speaking with those two fathers, it was their family killed in that U. S drone strike, But they wanted to let the world know they were innocent. Fox's trade Yanks. These so called J Six Rally in Washington, D C Today ended without any serious incidents. The group protesting the arrest of former president Trump supporters who stormed the U. S Capital on January 6th. Capitol Police put up a fence around the building and preparation for the weekend's event. A seemingly ageless NHL defenseman is returning for one more season. Ciara is returning to his first NHL home, the 44 year old Slovakian defenseman, announced on his Instagram account Saturday he had signed a one year deal with the New York Islanders. Ciara was drafted by the franchise back in 1996 and played for the team from 1997 through 2000 and one before he was dealt to the Ottawa Senators as part of the Alexey Yashin. Trade for Ciara this season will mark his 24th in the NHL, trying him for the fourth longest career in terms of number of seasons played. Ryan mayor. Fox News. A large tree branch fell, injuring at least seven people. In Honolulu's Waikiki neighborhood, the branch of a banyan tree came crashing down in a popular tourist district. Seven people hurt suffered serious head injuries.
"yashin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Aimal Ahmadi lost his daughter and his nephews in the U. S drone strike in Afghanistan, which killed several innocent civilians. Most brother Rommel lost all three of his Children, along with other family members. He was inside the house and recalls the horrifying moment after the strike. I ran to the car to take my nephew and then my wife called to me to take my other nephew. Then I saw that the car was burning and I ran to pull out my daughter. She was totally burned. Everyone was burned. You know, it's always gut wrenching to interview parents who lost a child this time at the fault of the United States. One thing that really stands out speaking with those two fathers, it was their family killed in that U. S drone strike, But they wanted to let the world know they were innocent. Fox's trading angst. These so called J Six Rally in Washington, D C Today ended without any serious incidents. The group protesting the arrest of former president Trump supporters who stormed the U. S Capital on January 6th. Capitol Police put up a fence around the building and preparation for the weekend's event. A seemingly ageless NHL defenseman is returning for one more season. Ciara is returning to his first NHL home, the 44 year old Slovakian defenseman, announced on his Instagram account Saturday he had signed a one year deal with the New York Islanders. Ciara was drafted by the franchise back in 1996 and played for the team from 1997 through 2000 and one before he was dealt to the Ottawa Senators as part of the Alexey Yashin. Trade for Ciara this season will mark his 24th in the NHL, tying him for the fourth longest career in terms of number of seasons played. Ryan Mayor, Fox News. A large tree branch fell, injuring at least seven people. In Honolulu's Waikiki neighborhood, the branch of a banyan tree came crashing down in a popular tourist district. Seven people hurt suffered serious head injuries and multiple cuts. I'm Richard Jordan and this experience. It's a podcast about money. But stacking Benjamin's not only has great financial insight it's laid back with humor to the income statement, and we focus the time on the expense side of things. Other media personalities will tell you to crimp your lifestyle. But the other side of it is the income side. You can only do so much shrinking the size of your budget..
"yashin" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Night's welcome back everybody to another episode of the caravan of garbage shar. We'd enjoy a normally do allow that but very pretentious. You like ooh. The caravan of galvin show. It's not a shy. I mean ben in lawrence who do the edits. They do a lot with a little mean very much gray. Yeah where this week. We are wrapping up the matrix. Sludgy should he. Is that episode one. They reckon but you know sometimes inspirationally strikes to light white to light. Yeah do you think inspiration is struck white to light in people leaving a like on this video of a one. But secondly the third matrix film is a diminishing returns for you. How did you feel coming back to this. You've said to many woods. And i had an answer for the first thing you asked and now i'm so confused is not too late to leave like l. Should definitely leave a like Look i think this is a i think. The matrix revolutions is a decent capital. This trilogy But i do not think it has as many memorable action sequences as the first one or even reloaded. Yeah i would agree with that. It feels like a lot of the things that doing. Except for the forty minute mech battle which will to they've done variations on it before. Like we get a smith. And nee i fought. But they're flying in there in the right we get like a lobby saying but everybody's upside down but looking behind the scenes like on that scene in particular they really like flipping people onto the roof like they able the mop like. I thought it was dislike. Bruce granted i put them upside down. Or whatever turned. The camera alternatives the camera upside down but they did it for real. So maybe they did that thing where they lock the camera and it looks like somebody's walking wall but they're actually turning the whole thing while they call that the j. g. l. corridors spin around. This is what they call it. Yeah even before j. jailed that's right. Wow was coming for decades in hollywood. Well they will like boy. You're destined to do this. What the sitcom cam citco back an alien something you get in that car. We'll spin other penn and teller donna. You know the thing. I think absolutely but going back to. This was always the one that i always looked back on went. Yeah i dunno. Whatever i i really like this. You know what going back to this. My first thought was the matrix code tuning into anything still gives me this huge thrill when it turns into a city or a car remain. Yeah or mousse maybe outdoor stuff in the matrix. Can you got to the country. We know this cats but beyond that much about the nature of the matrix also they even put the matrix code in the raindrops at the end can see it on. Like an i max. But if you're watching this mac be the great the great yet potentially uh so one of the things. I didn't do this movie. Any favors was the fact releasing six months after the other one. I don't think it helped like going for year of the matrix. Also i think some of the marketing choices like this poster. That ben alerted me to a few wavings lying in the ryan with lightning behind. Remember that one. Yes you say. So i think i don't think everybody was jazzed for this and that was reflected in the numbers and in that may have you seen that name. What's the moments it's it's the men looking increasingly. The audience members looking increasingly less and less excited of the movies in main coward. Say to watch it back in this video. The famous men famous so obviously also the oracle had to be recast. She glory full so pasta. Why replace with maryalice. Apparently they weren't going to acknowledge it. But i think that you can't do that now. Everybody walks in the room and just goes whatever different person old not different person. I think it's good that they they did it. You know what Speaking of people walking in the room one of my favorite moments in the ray watch is the moment where agent smith goes to the oracles apartment. One hundreds of agent. Smith's i may all like bob ahead identically. Under the curtain as they tried to orlando that some great agent smith doubling stuff going on here. What are also. That was interesting about that. Saying and sequence. Is that saraff. Mentions that he'd beaten smith before and i just wonder. Boggle is the game of boggling. But wayne did that happen. Eleven points on the word quagmire. Now he did it did. It is one of the best but that also speaks to the theory that we talked about in the law. Step aside where potentially he was another version of the one. Yeah or maybe. He's just like a road program he's just more powerful one of the mayor of engines thugs yashin's upon seeing him that he doesn't have his wings anymore so perhaps he was a seraphin. The literal sense might ease from that wacky universe where everything was horrible and nightmare. Shy in frankenstein all the time. Yeah the matrix three frankenstein. All the time and he was actual angel with wings. Yeah now you might be right. I do wish though that we saw agent smith takeover the little girl and then we just got a teeny tiny little agents smith just like little little like pint-sized dad's man. I wanna like that look. Well let's firing and tiles being shipped off walls and people being flung into walls. That still works right sure. I think it's just some of the best god. Damn we're is going to chip away at this room..
"yashin" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Lot of listeners in that area and we want to let you know that we are thinking about you as that flash flood i think almost eighteen inches of rain Hit in the space of twenty four hours which is frankly unheard of and so that was a devastating issue. That happened over the weekend But we want to continue to follow this story. The amount of pressure that is continuing to be ratcheted up on anyone who is fighting back against the idea of mass in schools book. I i know you agree with me here. This is right now. The battleground because it's not just about masks on schools. It's about trying to compel masks everywhere. Basically for as long into the future as you can imagine and some of the arguments many of the arguments that are being made are just flat out wise and this is what's so frustrating about this. I wanna play cut eighteen here. Surgeon general vivek. Murthy was asked by chris wallace on fox news about parents being able to make their own choice as to whether or not their kids should wear masks and murthy flat out lied. I want you to listen to this. This is significant. Chris we know that the greatest protection to children is when all people are masked in school and their decisions that we make all the time Where we require people to do things for the better good. We have a list of childhood vaccines for example. The parents have to make sure their kids before they start school. This is just one more example of that step. We take to protect all kids and is a step. I think it's relatively low caused by. That is specially important to take during this. It just doesn't work. It's a long this at some point. We're just gonna have to look at people in a. I'm sorry that you're having some long standing and chronic emotional breakdown over the existence of a virus. That is out there that ever is now. Who's paying attention and honest saying is endemic. It's here forever and ever going away. At some point we look at them say. I'm sorry that you have an emotional anxiety. Disorder as a result of that is a cova disorder really. But we can't do this week. We can't continue to all live with this anxiety imposed upon all of us because some people can't handle it. I mean klay. The question that i want to ask at this point is so so just now accent that we never go back to normal as actually remember how we used to have to debates matter how soon we get back to fifteen days to stop the spread. Yeah now we're at the. There is no such thing as life before co vid if these lunatics get their way. You're going to be masking and getting shots. And looking at social distancing size. By the way i talked about the the article in the fluid. Fluid dynamics yeah. Fleet of the dynamics of fluids. I don't know if people different people have different expertise. What can i tell you but the point here is that they also said that aerosol particles six feet thing is a joke yet. See thing is absurd. They they were like totally I got an idea here. let's let's say that six feet is safer. Why not ten feet. Why not one hundred feet right you start to you. Start to break this up. Because the aerosol particles go at least twenty feet. Are you suggesting that foul. She just made something up. I think so. I love you. Know our buddy. Alex berenson shared out a an older photo of cheesy kind of standing next to sheryl crowe at sub guys you you gotta see this these like he has always been into the fame and it's true and the people. Do you see the chuck schumer. What does it take dancing with. The d. c. c. c. Or whatever the heck you know the democrat national congressional committee at some party and he got you know you got kobe. You've got these people are doing their little dance dancing around everything. They're not worried. About covy and nancy pelosi. Did you see her. reported fundraiser. Where nobody had mass on except for the minorities who were serving the rich white people. Did you see that video. Oh i saw the video. Yeah this is by the way. This is what i've seen now in a lot of buildings in new york city. Were you have people who are the delivery people. Yes the guys who are there to fix. Somebody's air conditioned they're very strict on those people you know if you're riding a bicycle delivering food you. You'd better paskov. Yeah but residents you know. Residents are Are are sophisticated in their anti spreading. Efforts instigated crowd like obama's decayed intelligent houses. I i don't know what it's gonna take but i. I hope that these polls klay aren't true that say that sixty percent of repel sorry forty percent of republicans support masking in schools. That that should be zero. Should be should know that. Democrats and people on the other side have made this entirely political and it's no longer about protecting kids. They should know that. I i've nope yashin's with those folks. Yeah i agree. And if they don't know that by the way You out there in our audience should be saying. Hey go listen to buck klay. They're going to share the data with you. Which is rational and real. And by the way even in new york magazine which is a super left wing publication. There was an article pointing out that there had been a study of ninety thousand school. Kids in georgia right. This is the thing about mass in schools and nobody can point to anything buck that proves that skin schools make kids safer at all because there hasn't been a study in fact that study of nine hundred thousand school kids in georgia arguably pretty clearly laid forward that there is no reason for kids to be wearing masks and i wanted to hit you with this i know. Did you see this tweet over the weekend. This guy named Jason wilson. i don't know who he is. He's a typical blue check but he tweeted. I want you to listen to this. It's a perfect corona bros. styling here. here's what he tweeted. Friends have their kids in scouts. We go to the meet and greet and i crap. You not the pack. Mother didn't wear a mask the whole time. I got so anxious that i had to leave. These are the kinds of people who are driving american policy. People who go to other people's kids scout meetings and are terrified when mom there isn't wearing a mask so when i came back from nashville to new york i flew into my favorite airlines spirit airlines. Of course hey. We're finally back running back up and running and i saw what they do. Is they do the and this is. This is apparently policy. Because i've seen it on multiple flights clay they will tell everybody this is now in an enclosed space. They will tell. We all know what air plan is like. They'll say you'd better mask up or else we will actually have security and physically remove you from this flight and ban you from the flight forever. They'll say that with their masks pulled down and this is what you say now there. There's a whole class of lib. They're leftists in this country that the democrat apparatus all buys into if the scoutmaster clay speaks everybody without a mask on. She's a reckless mass murderer. Who voted for donald trump if the airline attendant though because it's policy pulls down his or her mask and a flight attendant and speaks for five minutes to everybody in close based on a mass gone. That's not dangerous because they say so vicious how stupid. The lives have become in the age of kobe. Did i've i've never seen like people who actually believe that trump was working with putin and you know there was like hacking and the machines and the whole thing and trump so the two thousand sixteen election didn't matter what you show them didn't matter the fact they had no evidence they were dug in on it. They're dug in on this. I love flying at the airport. So i was out in vegas this weekend in the nashville airport. They have several different restaurants which have like a bar that looks out into the main concourse. In other words you sit on a stool and you look out and you're facing out and you could reach out if you wanted to and touch people as they are walking by those people all take their masks off right s- literally sitting facing and speaking directly in towards the terminal. That's totally acceptable. Because they got a beer in front of them or because they're eating something they can literally touch somebody but if you have your mask off in the concourse unacceptable like your brain has to be broken to believe that this is in any way a legitimate way to fight co. We have an experiment. And we'll come back. I i'll tell folks about some of the fun stuff from the wedding but also some of the wedding ovid situation from my little brothers married gay -gratulations where did they go on the on the honeymoon into the south pacific that doesn't bunch little islands the other. Yeah but the The the realities of covadonga in new york city and how it's gonna spread across the country. You know they just mandated one hundred thirty thousand teachers and everyone works the school system here vaccinate or fired. And this you're gonna see this in more and more vaccinate or you're fired that's what this is going to turn into. We'll come back into into that in just a month. Plus we got that Writer from new york magazine. Yeah we're going to see whether he cited on with plays wanted to have a democrat on. We're gonna have an article that said mass. Don't make sense if i gotta get more people who write these pieces. We'll see how it goes. 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The administration look bad when there's a podcast dedicated to exposing all of that each and every day so download the fastest growing podcasts in the conservative movement. The ben ferguson. Show podcast right now. That's right you can listen to ben ferguson. Show podcast on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Download it right now. Today new york city department of health will be issuing an order requiring all staffed city public schools to vaccinated. This will require that all staff of every kind principals teachers custodians on food service. You name it. Needs to have at least one dose by september twenty seven. Welcome back the clay travis and buck sexton show. You heard. They're the worst mayor in america. Proclaiming people find the on that i will. That is a hill. I will die on de. Blasio is the worst mayor in america. You can bring me the mayor of portland and i respect. That we'll ted wheeler is horrible at his job in a way that's laughable absurd and honestly kind of tragic people live there that lori. Lightfoot is an awful mayor you know there are a bunch of mayors that are close. Bill de blasio is the worst mayor in america he's he has single handedly responsible for the near destruction of my beloved hometown and city here in new york. But you know he's doing it through the school system. Now yeah and for people and for anybody listening right now say in in houston riley. Let's take a place that's in one of our safe state so to speak Florida these are the safety trees although those although many of those cities are actually fighting against the freedom. That's what i will get you even if you're in florida and you're in texas. The cities are now challenging state authority whereas before when when it was new york and new jersey saying lockdown shut up you know there was no no challenging anything it was all the state has quarantine powers but clay even beyond that the federal government which has tremendous sway over the hospital system. Because of the way you know medicare and medicaid payments are done and the federal government is pushing private businesses hospitals across houston. Are some of them already. have it. they're looking at vaccine mandates and the private sector doing it. Yeah and i think again. The big picture here is the the vine administration is failing on everything but one of the areas that they are failing on the most is what they are selling versus what they are delivering as it pertains to covert right because as recently as may balk what was their pitch. Get the co vaccine and you'll never have to wear a mask again and you won't have to worry about getting covert and covert is going to go away and we're gonna get down to cova zero and there are a lot of businesses and there are a lot of different entities out there that bought into that goal and what we're seeing especially out of israel which is way ahead of us when it comes to. Vaccinations is the co vaccine is not going to be this magic pill this panacea that suddenly eradicates cova forever. In fact israel is about to set an all time high for infections. And i'm afraid that the united states is going to do the same thing in the next month or so and it's gonna move book. It's gonna move from florida and texas to all these other states that have been wagging they're fingers all these other places the michigan's of the world that have been saying. Oh everything's perfect here. Unia and ause in those states. That's not what the date is going to reflect. They're going to have massive outbreaks there too. I mean that's what the data shows you know. There's also the democrats who are just telling you what the plan is now so today. We had the fda authorizing officially approving officially the pfizer vaccine. And there's some. There's some new names that i should look up. What is some new name. They want you to call the fis vaccine. You know this sort of The one you got by. Johnson and johnson went one shows referred to by a friend at the wedding this week and who also had to get the shot just to be able to go to the wedding and and also everything. You can't go anywhere in new york right now without this. You can't go to king really. Yeah bars like if you go to show. It's probably fifty fifty. But i mean how often do you wanna play that game when you have a business meeting or whatever it's fifty fifty if they're going to actually check any place but a friend of mine referred to johnson and johnson as these spirit airlines of vaccine which i thought was kind of you know it's like a little cheaper and But you know it doesn't actually work for. You doesn't actually get it don. That's a whole other question but one. Yeah you only have to do just like spirit airlines. You only want to do it once. Yeah but here you go. Spirit was all setup bach before today's show to be the presenting sponsor of the clay in buck. Show i'll bring them back into the full. What can i say. I'm i'm delta airlines not variant guy. Here you go bill. The blasios telling you they're going to have more mandates coming like twenty-five worse thrilled. The fda announced today the full approval of the pfizer vaccine. This is a game changing. We've been waiting for this for a long time to have the full approval vaccine. We now have it. This helps us move forward. And we're moving forward with our schools with this new vaccine mandate more mandates coming clay. They're saying it out loud. Oh now the fda approved it shut up peasants. show us your arm. Get the shot that big problem block. The data reflects that even if a hundred percent of us if every single adult in america were vaccinated. We're still going to have a massive amount of cova cases out there and it's not going to go away and i feel like democrats are selling to their sheep that cova vaccines are the key to cova going away forever and it's just not true. In fact natural immunity is probably the key. And it's like nobody will even hardly talk about it in this country. It's wild the sort of way that this information is being spread and how artificial much of it is what does the actual data say about mass in schools apiece in liberal new york magazine. Nervous about this. I mean a clay. You know you wanna bring a live on air. We're gonna do it here. we go. We're gonna see how this goes. We'll let clay introduce or are writer. Who was a good piece. Good.
"yashin" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"I don't know maybe eventually but to kill three people for financial motives doesn't seem like you necessarily get out for so i don't know but it didn't seem like this was laker destiny. Which sucks fair fair. But i feel like she so quickly it would be like retrial. Please or like find a way to like yeah. I can't believe she if you're just up to him being involved but who knows what he had on her. Or i mean i guess if she i guess during her first her original trial if they said like was anybody else involved and she said no then she kind of yes. She likes kind of painted. Yeah exactly like she kind of set the set it up to be just a solo. Yashin part i'm sure at some point she was like damn i should ask for a retrial. If i'm like sitting here. And like maybe i only get forty years instead of fifty years. Maybe i mean honestly. I don't know i should probably look it up. It wasn't mentioned in the articles. But maybe not me to sound. I didn't mean to sound ads. Shocked as i did. I mean it's i'm shocked. She didn't ask i'm shocked. She didn't ask her. Retrial could probably argue like. I was coerced by this hypnotic. Command doing this. I don't know so. He fessed up to those murders and his which was going to be a double life term then became a triple life term because he added the goose well family to the murder victims to another thirty years and he was never actually charged with that. The first murder the bullock shooting. His ex wife's husband really odd because that was the one that they had already pegged him for giving but i guess he just never charged with it and they were like they're like after three life sentences like why even bother the point which always kind of bothers me. Because it's like i feel someone's life. Yeah exactly that's still closure someone's family or whatever but you know i guess not..
"yashin" Discussed on WTOP
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"yashin" Discussed on The Film Vault
"This is teetering on the edge of fresh in rotten at sixty percent tomatoes. this is in theaters. Now as you can imagine anderson this was assigned to you for the mere fact and by the way. I hope you hope you enjoy that. People are excited to hear your thoughts on nine. I'm sorry i know giovanni because we needed to get the gambling thing already emailed amax. Did you know we need early. Yeah because you need to cheat you win this way okay. I'm glad you took care of that. Thank you brian. Did something to producer. Would it was painful not enjoy. We're you scared when watching this movie where you concerned. I was confused initially. Because i saw a dinosaur short and i didn't know what was going on. I didn't see that was by far the best thing that i'd say while sit in that either. The long full seen trailer jurassic park next summer. Twenty twenty two was the by far away vs thing. I literally googled in at the mo- f nine dinosaurs. Because i didn't know if i was in the right theater that oh isn't a fifteen plex walk into the wrong screen do brain. Why would google tell you if you're in the right theater. Not because i gould f nine dinosaurs and the soldiers oh the jurassic park promo before. I'm like okay good. I mean it wasn't hard baked in its from theaters open just opened up in nevada and dinosaurs but it was a trailer different trailers in different theatres different movies. This show would just open on dinosaurs laughing at a pond. Happy you know. What's funny is the first eight for those who seen you know what i'm talking about this trailer for for addressing park which i'm pumped about and i really liked that really of course dinosaurs creatures features. I i love that kind of a trailer. Less people about the dinosaurs. I wanna see. I were rushing. I would love a jurassic park. Dinosaurs point of view and like the people are just kind of background. I would love that. Pretty good actually and i got to say that the i looked pretty good but the first few shots they chose. So we're the we're the weakest. I agree is this the video game. They have a really come far since ninety five and then by the end it was very sharp. Why wouldn't they start off strong. It's a bizarre. Yeah couldn't figure it out. I was confused by that too. I was almost tapping out. I got up to to to go get a drink trying to cheat now. Working of water. 'cause lsu be interesting. It should be interesting. No were you concerned. Were you worried while watching this movie. Where was it scary to you. Because i think i was in your your shoes i would be watching this especially on the heels of you. Assigning me are the army of the dead. I would be like oh fuck and then it was to get a comfort yashin because not debt to pay a very very i i have. The listeners are going to reap the benefits of this discussion. This is this a movie you would not have seen and your listeners. Disservice what else i wouldn't do. I wanna take off my clothes and go swimming in the la river. I would never do that. Well it's not deep enough Mother spots like frog down. Yeah right i. I don't like to do things like this especially when they're movie related. Because there's so many fucking movies that i need to see you grow. This one is not a movie that i would have ever needed to see honest. It's not great if monkeys could talk and understand like the english language. This is a movie that they would love and listen to me. Listen to me this. This review is going to be mean. And it's okay because it's meant to be because it's fucking dog water trash horrible fucking waste of time and energy and money and there was actually people doing stunts. There are people risking their safety to make this dribble a lot of people thrown from cars a lot of time. They were cartoon characters when she got thrown from the fucking motorcycle swap soups around. the catcher. On you didn't get thrown. Was the people inside. The rolling cars were wearing their seatbelts. Michelle rodriguez vin diesel right. I hate this fucking movie. And i can't understand that it's twenty twenty one and there's actually a market for this movie. It's somewhat shocking to me. now i understand. I don't understand. I understand that. I don't understand the foreign markets. And i could see a place where china will love this movie it transcends language but as far as far as people that i know and i know all sorts of people in all different walks of life. I don't understand how people could actually consume this and be okay with it here in the united states. I don't see how anyone can on ironically enjoy this. You've met ironically stretching it but at least you're like i've done action or or i'm invested in the series. I've seen every movie. But if someone's like did i am genuinely excited for nine and momentum expectations like that's crazy so this one apparently goes back to the root of the story. I've only seen. I've only seen the first one and that was like paul walker died right. I saw like bits and pieces. Have seven those illegit decent. I saw the end part where people were crying and stuff and it made my skin girl. It was so corny. It was so. Hokey i understand that if people were invested in all seven of them up to that point and they love paul walker could see but i wasn't there. I didn't watch all seven. While i thought paul walker seeing like an okay fella. I didn't have any investment so here. Here's the fast and furious. As far as i can tell the first few movies were just legitimate. Nonsense trash they sucked and then it kind of found its groove around number five and like five. Six and seven were legitimately tongue in cheek fun movies than what they were. The stunts were absurd. They were jumping from buck and building to building like they knew what they were and it was fun. Not coincidentally the rock in those movies. And he's fun. He knows he has a sense of self awareness and this movie was like very self serious nonsense. I think they were trying to go back to the roots of the story and tried. That's a mistake. Try to transcend the silliness. So they have so those of you lucky enough to have not sat through this absolute trash. Here's or the stories. it starts off with them. Young kids young young young kids but like early twenty s and their stock car racing and their dad's stock. And i'm confused on my kuzak. Who's is what's going on. The dad was the brother at the same age. It was bizarre casting. The young vin diesel did not. Look anything like vin diesel. The young sounded like him. Are we giving stuff away by saying who the other kid is or no. No no no. Do we do a spoiler and this. Can you imagine people other spoiler the patriots. People love their spoiler discussions. What do you. What is it possibly talking book. You talk about the entire and sequence and without. I don't i don't think so. I think it's a spoiler proof. I think everyone knows where this is going on..
"yashin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of women. Oh, I am. I'm in a good mood for so many reasons. First and foremost, I'm not a Louisiana right now. That Z championship right there. Yes. First inform Dungy's get Did we got the job done? I'll never unless I'm going to New Orleans. I never have to go back, Tolo. Easy, Anna. I'm in and I'm in a good mood because my quarantine is over. Um, uh s so I'm back in the studio obviously ascend, probably like I normally do, and I'll be back in the Jason Show Studio. I'm also excited. For 8 30 today, Lex. I'm excited for our broadcast today in 8 30, are you Are you really do we share that in common today? Yeah, yes. Oh, wait. One of the greatest movies one of the greatest Rahm calms of modern times, And that is Bridget Jones's diary. You guys really did her wrong. I'm not. I am not sharing your joy. I'm feeling dawn's pain. You'll have a week raise mean to me, and then he's nice. So I guess we're gonna be starting off. It's a half weeks, so you only have Oh, they used to be nice. Wow. Um, pull it off. We're quickly turning on you, Jason. It's fine. No. Oh, it's better for the program. It's better for the program. Absolutely. I am. Uh, I'm just glad that Alexis shares my joy. Now, dawn. May I? May I ask just the primacy all When did you watch Said motion Picture masterpiece. Well, since I didn't have very many days to do it. Oh, wow. I think Oh, I'm out. Love the boy looks have a nap. Let's give me a nap. Gonna have venom in my eye. All this paper rolls just that spit, right? Oh, in my eye, the venom. Go ahead down. What? What now? Yesterday Oh, Oh, you watched it yesterday. Perfect day to watch. Perfect, Lex. Perfect Watcher Yashin Cozy. Yes. It took me two days to make my opera cake that I made this weekend. My because I got the recipe wrong. And I only had five eggs instead of 10 for my baking class. I'd just stop in the middle and just watch. So then I made it the next day, And it took me a very long time. And then I'm like, Oh, great. I sat down. I'm like now I have an hour and a half of this crap. So, Yeah, basically my whole day. What? Why don't I ask why you're referring to this crap? It's a It's a movie. It's a wrong if he would like the boy, the boy. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah looks even better. Yeah, OK. Do you want the book? Don't know if I can mail it to you where I can. Yeah, we could do a book club. Don't Why don't we have a movie to book book club and you can kick it off with Bridget Jones's diary? Lex? Isn't that a great idea to buy the book? I've got it. Oh, no, thank you. I would rather be on the receiving and of a running.
"yashin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Yeah, it was E Can't even put my finger on what that is. It's just a distinctive voice. Kind of like what? The guy from Maroon five. What's this? Adam Levine? He's a yodeler. He's a yodeler, but To be fair. Maroon five songs are very, very different, really each other. Yeah, because they've got the ballads and they've got the knot ballads. Sure these guys had ballots. Really? Yeah, Like, like all their songs are like that They had all sorts of stuff like they had all the while they had all the love they had winning at all. Those are all the same alone with you from banging in that name. You have a guarantee of Robert just to play any of them. They all sound exactly Listen, I'm not knocking it. I love it. Yeah, I love that. They're so reliably consistent, kind of like Marine five. Ma'am, I have a question. I am sizably younger than the both of you. Really? You got to point that out? Don't know why you have to say that just for historical backing for the question. What? In the eighties where people still doing records? Would you play? This is a record or was it a cassette tape? Probably. It was probably said Yeah. Just starting to be a CD. Know aboutthe CDs. My cities were 89. Before that. Well, these are all the stuff came out 85 ta like 7 88. That's when all the sun came out. Voices of Babylon was like 89. Yeah, but that was before you was 1990. So you're looking at cities? Yeah, I think I have an outfield CD. If I'm not mistaken. I look at her. She's miss fans. Very, very early ones have been what he were You rich kids. Parents are rich or not have a CD player in my car. You know what I had in my car? I had a Toyota Celica was a 1918 1981 82. I didn't even have a radio ad, a boom box that sat in the passenger seat. That's what I had. Yeah. And then I had the windows yet A roll down with your hands. Yeah, Like when you make that motion to kids now they have no idea what you're doing to my car. Now Hit the role down hand hand roll down. Your windows are sizably cheaper. Really? Just that feature and no power windows. Yeah, There's like the power roll power locks, power locks power. You've got to pull up your lie. I have an automobile that gets me where I need to go. Probably good. It builds character. But, yeah, I remember. Like because I would have to really commit to a to a cassette because I couldn't change excited. Drive the car. It's not like I could play with it on the dash or anything. Because I didn't have a radio in the dash. I would have to stop the car and then change the cassette in the passenger seat on my boom box. I love them. The mom advice she gave me I'm 36 years old. It'll build character will build character. Well, you really need to get some of that rum. But it is funny if you do the rolling hand motion, Teo for car windows, people that have no idea. What are you doing? Are you churning butter? It's kind of like when you do like when you hang up the phone. You didn't hang up the phone. Yashin and people are like you just you know, that's that because when you get in arguments now you can't slam the phone down. You can't press off could be like And then you like, push the little button with your finger. It's not as gratifying. Wait. You guys don't have like a home phone anymore. No, I don't have a home phone anymore. We got rid of ours, buddy. Maybe phones of lady. We're all pushed, but now you can't slam it. Slam it. You just put it back on. It's Doc. We were watching Halloween the other night. The original one. And of course, they're talking on the phone, and it's the cord phone. And so we got in a conversation about Does anyone still have a Picking a cord phone in their house because I remember my grandparent's had the one we have to spend the DIA when I was road with wall. Yeah, those were the best and then you you take it and you go to the rooms. You want some privacy from like your sister of bothered bothered you, right? Especially you guts your older sister, and so you have to go in the next room. You take that court as far as it could go into another means you close the door and it would be like stuck in the door. You know the cord and you because Like two hours on the phone, and that's what you would do. And that phone was usually like an avocado green or, like a burnt orange. And then you'd be calling people be trying to call you and they get a busy signal. Yeah, Yeah, for real. This is used to call an operator Do you remember doing I never did that You didn't Okay, because when I lived I lived in open out when I had to call collect to my parents at home, and I said that when I drive home from college when I went to Tennessee would have self unto the time I would call on the way home to tell them where I was milestones. I would I would stop at the side of the road. Get on the pay phone and I will call collected. My dad would never accept the charges. System. Yeah, it was a system that we had a call from, like a certain milestone on the way like Salonica, Georgia or whatever I call from a pay phone and I would be like, maybe, like, collect call from Amy Jo. And he'd be like, okay. And he'd be like now. I'm not going to set this baby. Just know that I made it to that spot. I get back in the car and I keep driving. I don't even know what happens if you just dial zero right now. Does anything happen? Have no idea what used to be. You would connect with an operator. And it was amazing kids have it so easy these days for real. I am 4000 years old. You guys speed is next. I read a testimonial.
"yashin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Situs, professor of Latin American literature at Notre Dame University. Says My father was important because of the political context in which it was published when many Latin American countries were facing right wing military Dictatorships, the person you seek and with you know, like I said, having a character that asks questions and challenges everything and Last of the adult world and doesn't comply with orders. I think that's very powerful, and Miss Etta says. The comic strip is justice relevant today, Temporary knew anyth. Those needles in my father's questioning of the status quo could be extremely valuable to a contemporary reader in the US Including her reflections on democracy and human rights, Even though Kino stopped drawing new Mafalda cartoons in 1973, the Siri's is sort of like the comic strip peanuts beloved from one generation to the next. Different anthologies of the cartoon have been published. Over the decades, Mafalda has been particularly influential on female of readers. The character often asked her stay at home Mother provocative questions like why she abandoned her studies or whether it was even a choice and the fact that it was my father and the fact that it was a girl and not a boy. Is so important that he knows God daughter. She's from Argentina but now lives in Madrid and is herself a writer. Her grand parents were friends with Dino and his wife, Alicia since the late eighties, So Brandon Yashin, the grew up seeing the cartoonist often get togethers. He would be like so interested and so patiently listening to what you had to say. So I was always so happy to see him. Brendan Yashin there remembers Kina as a sweet, humble and shy person. But as a child, she didn't like the meth and the comic strip. Mostly because she was constantly told she had to like it, and I was such a rebellious little girl. I didn't like to be told what I had to like. I was still reading it. And I was still absorbing her personality and In a way I became a little bit like my family thanks to him fashion that eventually lost touch with Gina, the her grandfather continued to see him until the last years of his life. But she says the influence he had on her and on so many other fans is almost too big to grasp. If the topic comes up, and I say, Oh, yeah, he's my Godfather. Well, that's an anecdote. I mean, he's everyone's godfather for the World Museum in Avi, this Barcelona The European Parliament wants to up.
"yashin" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"More specifically lied. I know when we came back to the game the other night, you, Teo. I bet you spent the 1st 45 minutes. Having an open for discussion with everybody, not just the players, but all her bottle. And it was just about the issues at hand. What's going on in the world moving forward getting messages out as as the players from all the teams are bubble got together? And watch them come together and actually put hockey aside. Sitting here in there. Battling the loss of bones for two straight nights. And then the next morning. They were standing united Trying to digest what's going on and move forward. So I thought I was really impressive. And then after all, that they were all communicating with each other, and so anybody was questioning what's going on with the National Hockey League? I think cash. Other side should applaud them. Here's Brian Burns and Kaylie Chelios on Lightning radio. Welcome to the Lightning pregame state today all news radio W F L A and lightning power play on the I Heart radio APP. I'm Brian Burns beat writer for the Tampa Bay Lightning and joining Mia's Lightning radio analyst. Kaylee Chelios is the lightning. You're looking to go up in the series with Boston three games to one after taking game 37 the one on Wednesday night, and then we saw Haake postpone games for the last two days in solidarity with the N ba Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer to begin a discussion all diversity, inclusion and social justice not only in hockey, but how the hockey community can be an influence of positive change in society. Yesterday. During his media availability, John Cooper was asked if hockey has come far enough or of hockey is behind some of these other sports with these initiatives. That have been taking place in the world of late and I thought the Lightning head coach had some really good comments. I don't know, like we just sit here and say, Is it just hockey like I have no idea. That's the first I've heard about whatever Something's happening in the bubble, and I can't comment on on past. You know other other members of our coaching fraternity? All I know is is we just we need to get better is a society like And do I think There are a lot of good people out there. I do. To be honest, I think 99.9% of people are really, really good. It seems that when You know what's that line like You could build a whole life doing good and it takes a whole lifetime to build a great reputation, but it contains you can ruin it in one instance. And That's what seems to happen at times. So when, when You know there are unfortunate incidents. It's heartbreaking at times, but I don't think like I I'm the optimist on side of the people are good. Um and I think to answer your question is the league behind? No, the league's learning just like everyone else. And the leagues in a better place today that wass A couple months ago, and definitely that it was a couple years ago. A lot of these things that come up come up because it was years ago and and this is like when people are talking and people are putting these issues to the forefront. Now. You know, we're not talking about Game four of Stanley Cup playoff game, the second round every question I'm getting it is on. How can we be better? And this is how we're using our form right now. I'm telling you that the players behind me are all trying to use this form. To be better. We're standing united on this front. But there are going to be incidents in the past and it's it's sad. It's shameful that things like that happened, But let's learn from it and, uh and be better. Cooper. The beginning to that quote, was talking about allegations that former Florida Panthers G M. Dale talented, made several insensitive comments while inside the bubble in Toronto, and we'll wait to see how that plays out. The league is certainly in a better place than it was two months or two years ago, like John Cooper just said, But more progress is certainly needed. And Kaylie will bring you in. Welcome to the show. Thanks for coming on and doing this with me. Just wondering over the last couple days that the comments that we've heard whether it's from Kevin Shattenkirk, Luke Shin Braydon Coburn. They were both held media availability yesterday and I thought gave some really poignant comments. On thoughts of everything that they've been experiencing in the bubble the last couple day, couple of days. John Cooper, obviously and what he's been going through and some of his experiences. I'm just wondering from your perspective. What were some of the things that really stood out to you or what really struck you? From the last couple of days that that we've seen here inside the bubble in Toronto. Yeah, I think what would stood out to me initially and listening to Braydon Coburn and Luke Schenn speak yesterday to the media was. I think the word hsien used was unique in terms of What's happening in society but also from their perspective, being in the bubble and also being with all these teams, and I thought what Luke had talked about, you know, they played a game against Boston on Wednesday night, and it it wasn't all high fives and excitement after they won in the locker room, like usual, I think they all kind of We're trying to digest what was happening and he said, You know, you play the game, then 10. Hours later, he said. He felt like we didn't play the game because you're sitting there with 45 Bruins players and you're not talking. You know, we're even thinking about hockey or having these conversations and trying to educate yourselves. On the next day, so I think it's definitely a very unique situation and braiding, Coburn said. You never in his career. Do you think he'd be having these conversations with four other teamed in a bubble? And they've been very productive and you know for him, he said. It was enlightening, and there's a lot of guys that they're proud of both on their team and around the league. Players who they didn't expect to speak up speaking up on it's really just been a great opportunity, I think on all For everyone to listen and learn. You know, I think listening is a hard skill and when you're in a bubble, and you're you're asked to do a job the way they have been. It's It's difficult sometimes to understand or get a grasp on what's happening around you in the community and I thought the players did a great job as well as John Cooper just kind of discussing what the last 48 hours have been like for them trying to work as a league and as a team Tio address what's going on and also do the job on the ice? That's that's been asked of them what they're going to have to do later on today, Burns E. Yashin's comments about You're the first people he saw the next morning after Game three or 45 Bruins. I don't know if that was just a common area or if they were getting.
"yashin" Discussed on The Ikonns
"To go in that direction but because I chose love I was able to and I mean is created lost in brotherhoods that all and sisterhood yes and I mean just yeah. It's just unreal you know so choose love it would change your whole situation and then a way if you think about it like hey does divide you know everything that we see in regards to wars and the vision even between between people and relationships even observing my life you know I'm like you know there is in a way where I'm not always sending out that energy to cause. I'm like well. You're the enemy you're wrong me or whatever and you want to and you want to come back with that. They send you hate. You're like well F.. You salute like yeah you know to this before. The story was really interesting or <hes> l._A.. A few months ago and it was just the exactly story. This is somebody angry in the shop. Hughes drunk drugged whatever that was and huge start cursing and he's just walking off until after you and he's just walking off the guy that was standing there in q. and the lineup and the guy as the guy walked off and just curse the crap out of these have a good day. Ah The energy is actually genuinely good and a guy like you said like those your other game he didn't he was shocked. He thought he was going cursive. Squeezed script us. He's walking back. He's like he kind of like shifting away but he's still like an angrily said have a good day to angry about it but it was still a shift away as he walked off reciprocity. There's that human heap in over the property we cannot do bad to those who do to us. I mean is hard to find right someone that's not fight in the love always wins because it's easier to hate somebody. WHO's fighting you but beaming lover you find the hate anymore? All finals love through so that's why it's so oh powerful so how do then falling for you so you did that and then kind of changes whole communities Yashin but how did you go from south London say to hang out with Richard Corral Salad. Go in a row royal wedding you know royalty and things like that because as we talked about it we never talked about before this whole idea of love does transform and it does open up total the world in different okay so tell us how that shift from Passer Mimi yet really evolve into a lot of opportunities coming to your life you know initially it started as that initial love the I showed the direct kind of enemy loggerheads. Ahead no return to love you know and actually began to love them and I loved anyone coming from that plight are connected with them related to them and was like `I simplifies. I understand I love you guys. I then now because of this love had burden to help 'cause love leads to help you know so now they I was now denouncing eventually denounced and was reforming and eventually reform them. Was We ability in now. We're be rehabilitated. I was like you know what I need to help so happens absolutely also I was like all right cool. I love them so much comedy. I WANNA create a therapeutic community gang rehabilitation tation center and that was based of the sort of kind of interactions. I had Pasta Mimi the process I underwent in her roof under her roof because I ended up living over the period of Meyer I'm reform you know and there was not my in this myself. There was a few hours that was also involved in the lifestyle and we we denounced unkindly came out as a community funny. That's another gang I love gay. I have goosebumps. That's it. That's exactly it that was it I mean it was a gang action out in different trajectory so that's why I'm about the firm Pugh Community Angle 'cause we were putting in each one day. I didn't get one day he and Abu Date he's an angry when to do suffolk and I'm stop them. There was a team for someone to create this in our synthetically. I didn't WanNA wait for this continuing to align for space and time organically for the next kind of individual no I want to take some of the elements and create this. I want to actual space that disconnect so I literally roped off of my essay and route to where they had the means and resources and the ability to make this happen so we're we're words you go first. Step was search emails <hes> it was never had a email just mind you didn't subscribe. I WanNa part of the mainstream I lived in on the world and I didn't need an email. How old were you got out when you're leaving with Mimi and like you're getting out of it? In a long process two thousand nine slash ten okay will be ten years of absolute so bright enough to violence you know colonel. Yes so grateful for that you know and yeah so I richly wrapped up town to get the resources I made a ridiculous list of all the people could make things happen. who was on I mean it was the head of the Rothschild Bank fall? U K 'cause I was like I typed in Google has the most money in <music>. I'm who has the most political say came up as the right honorable in Duncan's times lead of the Conservative Party. Mark Wayland was pure genius in Guru. You know Mahela had cake P._R.. Than had unplanned be he was <hes> biggest kind of lack popstar in at the time and yeah just a few ridiculous list of about twelve characters that you can't get to appease <hes> you know but I was in flow aw as operating from a place of this needs to happen this is bigger than me in purpose and also has inspired by Bible stories of <hes> shepherd boys throwing stones at accord economical cultural giants named Goliath in them forward and the source said my stones is my emails in a sling out there not just one email to those twelve up emails are composed. It took me a very long time. You know got out. Tell them I'll meet them anywhere. In the country three carve out just fifteen minutes for me for a cup of coffee I'll be very much appreciate it and if they call us okay anytime they see this getting traction and they WANNA put import. I will have no hard feelings out. Let them come in because this is happening wherever they back me or not aw without doubt twelve ten got back to me out of twelve twelve of that war was your pitch. I mean Europe. Tell them the story told them about my background. Nobody's GONNA make it to worthy yeah. Yay Just Kinda told him a condensed scratch from top for the brain that was kind of like hi. My name is Carla comb of grown up in the might so the stay on Southland in south London and I was involved heavily in gangs as a result of lost peers and <hes> like peace and all the rest of it but I have fortunately been able to reform the help boom co Pasta. Mimi started up in initiave quite organically and now the of out how often end I want to now create a similar kind of space where young men and young women that is involved in the lifestyle connect the go free and also be rehabilitated you know so the next paragraph was always carved out for them do research. He stood for what they've done in poor people and then like literally just out saying I'll meet you thank you for taking the time to read this oil and all the rest of it and our me anyway it can be just for fifteen minutes and if you can't no hard feelings Blah Blah Blah you see that last part. I should really important entitled that you yeah. You didn't know entitlement not like Oh. You know you must or whatever it was like. Hey if you can please we can't so can't understand in a way actually that what I've learned is in pitches sends a very important thing okay. The person on the other end does feel like they they have to choice to them and then they're like well like I really don't have to this. If the email was good the rest of it was good and like left an impact on them more likely to respond to show and evidence shows and I wanna competition where I got to have a one room hotel on the South Bank for the night and then they host the dinner for me and I just invited everyone that got back to me to this idea we discussed over dinner and literally the next day I just kind of went on trying to get money for and going on contact with the chip fields were David Chipperfield is a billionaire architect based in probably one of the most prolific attacks in the country financially. Actually you Kinda like successful wants to and he was yeah you sold you wouldn't tell bill to space design it would also it was a little going off and then I started writing articles for like the independent The Guardian speaking about how gangsterism is like absolutely and it's a former drug also escape imitates escape. You know an escape the lands you endanger she all drug sue as the same for you crash so crazy but that star in the word people look at me and like not in any way the reality is if there's a list of kind of under for ease or they say most well connected individuals in the country if they don't have me on that list they haven't done their research. That's really I don't feel as anyone in this country on the for more connected than myself and partially because my first kind of context started ten which was like homeless like the most can avalon go in you know and then I'm all about broad based community organizing and I love me in people talk and chat in a move child box then I'll just meet with them and I was doing I four one on one meetings a week why I did that for about two years. Literally I mean unflinching like on like the Ziff like with a battery in my back. You know I had something bigger than me in other ways to make it happen happening. It was a shame because I started to realize just how split the country is. In regards to one half is saying they've got leprosy kind of do away with them. You know like we want them kind of to live ship them to Australia. Things you know and our behalf was listened. This makes sense is the Financial Africa argument for this list. Let this turn them from liability east assets if we can and I realize that kind of put triple my show that this was before kind of social media stuff Afridi kicked off like that and I remember reading all the comments on the article and that's what poor bill for chipper Marshall our every kind of fake and I mean environment viral because plan B. ended up re tweet in them so then those a whole heap of vile and us you know in this reading is the right call. I'm GONNA prove that we are worthy of being kind of reached out. You know I'm GonNa be the case study for it and that just kind of put another battery my back to kind of prove my worth you know and kind of gain out there getting busy being proactive contributing to let them know that there are assets in also yeah and how did you see like in all this effort for from your side. What were the results that you you kind of created in your communities something that those real they create? I mean initially it was like yeah. Call is lost it locks as lost it. You know like he's not really dead. The faculties same very weird things as they were concerned because it started for me really on affirmation right in the vision down like really being kind of like infatuated we it was this is happening. This is amazing. This is how it's going to taste always tell people about it because I realize speak to someone about it with our level of confidence also also helping me on this level really take in deep yeah. I was doing that for a one eventually when I slide to get little break fuse here and that they were like wow we've you this is inspiring. You know I never she received any major hate from my direct community. There were like thank you for kind the show in that we can and thank you for showing them that we are..
"yashin" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"Yeah. Which you don't see lot of video games. It's awesome ever. So it's just kind of like, that's what normal life is real life is. Yeah, they're just saying, hey, this is part of reality. Don't make it a thing. It's just life. And for some reason, if we made them, humans this people would freak if if if night in the woods was based on human character. Yeah. Then like the Christian right would have already buried them in hate mail. Yeah. This game has beautiful music has a beautiful tone. Yes has an amazing story and looks great. Talks and touches on things at a lot of games touch on. It's really what makes great indie games because I don't think anyone would ever make this game. If it wasn't a they wouldn't it's very hard pitch and not a bad pitch. It's just a hard pitch unless the cure suddenly found themselves making video games. I don't think this game gets made with a lot of money behind it doesn't. And that's what shocking can be later on in the game. We'll have trivia about it. But this game. I think is fantastic. Glad reviews are through the roof people love this game. Yeah. And I think it does everything does. Well, indie games. I think what we're no soon any games now is it's not necessarily game play. No right 'cause game plays really hard to do something like aside, scroll or something. Like that. Like, I think you what was the wrestling game. We played like that's the closest you can get welcome Ayla. Keep I keep forgetting fucking name that game a fantastic into game. By the way, if anybody's looking for fun too. Platformer or one person? Right. But like as a game play. It's like there's only so many things you can do like there's only so many sites are just shoot a gun or it's like the same repetitive. Thanks only. So many things you can do it's beautiful when people can figure out a way to get around that repetitive. Yashin a game plate is show. You something else? Like fez. Yeah. Like night in the woods. Like what guy was game. Everybody compliant, so less less. Less is wonderful shovel Knight all these games. Think fantastic music has to be on. That's like the number one is is like the biggest thing is the music. I don't know. There were so many moments in playing night in the woods where I had to stop. And just let the atmosphere kind of wash over yet. It was a big deal to just experience. The town. The music the sights the sounds there's did you encounter at any point in your in your dissection of this game. Heath the the three Goth teens. I forget the names. There's just there's just three teenagers. I think it's three and they're they're just hanging out behind the church like on this cliffside overlooking quarry and they're just dressed up like Goth team. And they have no emotion. They just sit there, and they tell you you're gonna find three pentagram 's. Right. And you can find three pentagons out the game in weird mysterious places. There's just a lot off gets. It's it's yeah. They're fucking Goth kids in this game. That's how accurate every town has three every all down. Yeah. Who are.
"yashin" Discussed on ESPN FC
"So you're seeing that. Well, it was terrible disciplined on. What was it for me? For me. For me. The old is tremendous. Hiring hurricane Spurs fans. Oh before we get one. I mentioned at the end of the show regarding what you're doing in England, just tennis let mobile teed till more detail this. Well, unfortunately, one of the greatest players in the number produce the go Kevin beat you had the fortune of playing with eight years he died and. From his wife's got most Monae. She's disabled kids are struggling a little bit. So in the the of these multi million dollar players Kevin should have been one of those just to give you for instance, seventeen. He was playing left for England a news planned central defence for seventy regular. That's the type of player was pace power. Unbelievable left foot of a look at him on YouTube, just a lights, I hope stirs. Dinesh says you never he was fantastic. So. Few of the laws all the boys were some functions, and we're going to try and raises much money as it possibly count. And we can find out on Twitter. It's all Yashin's and things like that. Conjugates that show to do that on Instagram as well dump full marriage is another little tell during the week. Because United flight, right? Yes. They've understood very very good friend of mine. A Colville said, can you get me a United chain? Right. He said leave it with milk call you by. So I'm thinking, you know, maybe a day. He called me about ten minutes later. He called Vicky feeling is the system to Socia. It was relics his assistant already done and dusted. Don't worry about it. It'll be in the mail tonight. And thing it is though and people can on that. And then we'll guides the on what he does. Sometimes we say, you know, these players are so distant now, you can't get in touch with peel. It just shows you that this though, you know, a little bit of hobbies football on your marriage. Good stuff. Right. Paul mariner Sancho. Lukaku casual good deal from both unite in Dortmund. Taking Sancho gun and United because. The need Sancho. Lynn God the rush with Maggio season. Not really, no. The thing. I'm not a fan of the plays. We play you can play the nine rolling play the eleven to walk seven up. We'll be on our few and far between. I love rush within the night of the tastic. I don't think they need in Jonathan is it is it looks as go play. But it was noticeable out of the snuffed out talking snuff. You're not setting off. So you can look to love. Was still gonna be a good play riding? I'm telling you just got a new deal. Then yet. Yes. He was Russia's not going anywhere now and Jesse linger is not going anywhere. And so if you were assigned to do you want a piece of that is where you are? Right. Final question. You've got to think about this. Oh, thinking if you could change one rule in soccer. What would it be? I want my suggestion. Yes, substitution is just walk off the pitch. Dennis to come up with a halfway. Just needless time-wasting get off on a similar line. You know in the end the roadway. He has done the head split wide. All the trend is come on. Yeah. They don't need the wave in on and on just just get him on. Yes. Got it fixed. Fly on also the rug vein. I'd like Navarre my Cup the refs. So we can O'Hare. Yeah. Very good. That is good say see that one. I like, yeah. Because we all need to be a part of nothing nothing. And then we lose we lose this whole idea of wonder. See on there. The what's going on in the world, and why Riyan Madrid gets braids or not freights and all this things. Anyone else saying that was just in my ear as well? That was another suggestion produces Saint for ten. Uh-huh. No. Somebody was talking from avenue yawn a great trip to England full Heck up. quite sane scrambling..