19 Burst results for "Zuko"

"zuko" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:04 min | Last month

"zuko" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"It's like one long fight for just a very You know an extended part of the episode of their lake fighting their way through the palace but the guru itself is just like so much exposition and it does a great job. To set. Up the crossroads of destiny but watching it as a standalone episodes. Kind of like a snooze fest. Yeah i agree. Completely just watching. It is a standalone episode. It's kind of like what happens. Like banana and onion juice like guru stuff with hang is kind of boring. I don't know what else it's kinda tedious to get through. It's kind of a slow. I didn't i thought we had a podcast about it. But actual episode itself. It's like sometimes we'll do record the podcast and change my score. Because i'll talk to you and be like oh this episode a little higher on it now after after our conversation but this was an episode where i did not feel that way. I hire on it after talking to you. The one thing that i appreciated from this was a zoologist being a complete mastermind and running circles around the daily like the way she setting. This up was just so impressive that You know. I didn't mind it and i think this episode is a great job of setting up the finale like without this episode without like having a big expo dump right before the finale. It's like hard to landed. So i think they did a great job of at least at least giving us what we needed to get through the rest of the season. That's true and now. Shall we get into the finale. The crossroads of destiny. The crossroads of destiny. Yeah you know thinking back on it this past week. I've really gone back to the thought that it's actually zuko. Who's at the crossroads of destiny and not hang and how season to really is like. It's kind of story. Zuko like we get zuko loan. We get his sister involved like more and more of the show is becoming about zuko..

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"zuko" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"zuko" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"About to heal his face anxious bust through the wall and he's like showing up charge like oh. Hey hang anew you'd be here and then. They have like a little bit of bickering back and forth. I don't have a time to say about this but you know zoo goes like a little bit upset. That anger is there. And and and i'm saving you like what he wants for me. I'd never turn them sub to say too much. Yeah when i when so iro tells hang in qatar. just go on ahead. He'll talk zuko. This is that's what i want to get into. This part is worth talking about. Yeah we're gonna show. Yeah so. I'm just gonna be like iro is explaining to zuko that he's stronger. Wiser and free ever been that he's come to cross his crossroads of destiny titles of the episode titled episode. And it's time for him to choose. Good at this crossroad. Not evil and then the evil will throw on in because the zula just walks in and shows up and captures ira so there. We go and like earlier in the season we had seen that ira was the voice of good on his shoulder and zula was the voice of bad in the form of the red and blue dragon and here again. We have that choice. Zuko gets to decide between good and bad and ultimately the fact that the episode title comes from uncle about zuko and not about anger trying to like take on. The avatar state is super interesting. I think like the story of avatar. Like at least for some parts like you know from zuko loan till now is kind of the story of zuko like doesn't have a ton of development here. I think zuko someone who develops a lot. I think going in a season three like kind of he'll turn received from zuko zuko characters the one that develops like he's the one who has the most change yes amateurs but zuko really does grow into a new person. And i think it's really cool that we see like the season finale name comes from iro about zuko and not what you would expect about it being about yes zuko. It does function as like a secondary protagonist it throughout the whole series. And then the thing is you're you're absolutely right. He doesn't have the growth. The way zuko does but from the beginning to the finale and grows a little bit like matures in becomes more of a leader of source but zuko is the one who has like the true growth arc. Yes that is that is definitely true. But before he's able to grow he has that little devil on the shoulder trying to pull him back in after uncle iro tells them it's time to choose good. Zula comes in and says like look treachery from uncle makes sense but you prince zuko. You're not at trader. Are you in this sort of like questioning him..

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"zuko" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:52 min | 2 months ago

"zuko" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"We go all right. We all love each other. Exactly we go back to the apartment with iro end zuko while kind zuko zucca walks into the bathroom and as he looks into the mirror. Instead of seeing himself he sees no scars zuko but also now no hair with an arrow zuko essentially. He is the avatar as staring back at himself in the mirror. And i have to say like looking on a man in the mirror like that would be quite creepy creepy. What does this dream mean though. That's what i was trying to want. That's what i was wondering. 'cause it's like all dreams in media have like some type of meaning but i was like why zuko imagining himself to be the avatar guitar. Just confused. yeah. It is a little bit odd. It's not super clear to me. I i guess maybe like zuko does have in avatar connection through his mom side. he is related. All that's true. I didn't think that you're right so like potentially that's what it is like. He's like because it is part of his identity and as we see in season three he really does grow into that part of his identity. So maybe this is just like him like a his subconscious brain thinking that. I don't know i know. That's as good a theory as to the all i'll take it dream analysis. Actually please don't come to me. I don't understand dreams at all and waited like one of my biggest pet peeves is when someone has a dream. That's like super interesting to them. And they want to explain to me in excruciating detail. And i just don't understand what's happening. Does this happen to you often. Do you have friends. Explain their dreams to you because altogether through happens so much more often than ought to end like they never have context. They never made anything to me and they're like wasn't that so crazy i guess it. Yeah sure it was crazy so you know miss me with that dream. The dreams tough. Go say another word. They're never.

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"zuko" Discussed on Hollywood Real

Hollywood Real

05:47 min | 8 months ago

"zuko" Discussed on Hollywood Real

"Dante. Thanks for joining me today. Man yes i know. That's good. I can't wait to catch you up. You know. talk about talk about the town as it. Were we go way back. We've done some cool projects together. A really a really fun film. Great film yup. I wanna talk about that too but before we go too far. Who are you My name is dante bosco. I've been an actor in hollywood for over thirty years. Now it's like. I think might thirty four three hundred years crazy like that. I feel so young to be saying things like that. Your and so my over my career. A lot of people know me from characters. Rouphael from the movie hoc Discovered by steven spielberg nineties. Up to some of my gina working are all throughout the nineties and two thousand and another popular character. I'm known for his pursue. Go from avatar last air bender as well as Jake long the american dragging for disney a different bunch of years so Been very fortunate in my career over the last thirty years..

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"zuko" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"zuko" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"This is John Zuko from Hampton, Matt. And this is the holly car show. If you're planning to defy Charlie Barker and have a Halloween party, you're going to need some cookies. And May I suggestion, you, Quincy? We have a special cheap bastard deal going right now. Ginger Betty's They make great great cookies brought a sense. I'm a couple of weeks ago, right before we left, So I decorated my Tootsie Roll Taylor last night. Oh, yeah, that hasn't walked in. Cathy, Show the mailroom manager show you. No, No, she hasn't shown beep it. Why don't you tweet it out of my account? You are sure I will It really thes cookies are great. These air Ah, this a great bakery. You could get cookies. You could get ginger bread. You get cakes Uh, $25 gift certificates for 12 50 $25 gift certificates for 12 50. Protest against Charlie Parker. If you can't if you don't want to go toe to New Hampshire and Bye bye Pack of carton of menthol cigarettes. You can go to ginger bodies and bye bye enough cookies and gingerbread for and cakes for a Halloween party. In addition to the Gingerbread men, Ginger Betty brought in yesterday she brought in these jui ginger chocolate cookies. The gooey Jones. Oh, my God. Are all gun. There are good. It's it's good. It's a good place. That's a good place to visit. If you're in the area Quick, Ginger, Betty's and Quincy 844 542 42 to a one. The left would be happy with a Fred Flintstone car. Yeah. The only thing is Joe Biden and Kamala Harrison. Although they're not gonna drive, they're not going to be Fred Flintstone. They're going to be sitting in the back like a dino The dinosaur. You know, they they don't think about the impact that these ridiculous regulations that they want to impose on the rest of us are gonna have on us because they think they're exempt. And you know, in Biden's case, he is exempt, isn't he? I mean, how could he lie like that? Last night? I just kept wondering. How does he get away with lying like that? No, I I don't. I don't think anybody's morals. Are that much different than anybody else's when you when you start out as a kid. But you you learned that there's a price to be paid at some point, don't you there? But but for a Biden or Carmela Harris or Hillary Clinton Barack Obama. There's no price to be paid because they're protected. They could do whatever they want. They could say whatever they want their kids conduce whatever they want. Matt, you're next time got time for Matt. Go ahead, Matt. Howie. Of all the things you listed Charlie Baker's canceled with one thing's best was Republican. He hasn't endorsed any Republicans for the states in Massachusetts, the senator the senator candidate running, he hasn't supported or help grow the party it all. Well, he did. Technically, he did technically endorsed Kevin O'Connor. I don't think he's given him a lot of help, but he did endorse him earlier this week, then the How if you go through his Twitter feed, which everyone uses it, although cope it canceling how we in film and.

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Working, Making, Creating in Public and Private

a16z

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Working, Making, Creating in Public and Private

"Hi Everyone. Welcome to the. podcast I'M SUNOL and I'm super excited to do one of our special book launch episodes for the new book coming out just this week working in public the making and maintenance of open source software by Nadia Ball and published by Stripe Press. The topic actually applies to all kinds of communities and groups coming together whether it's an open source project, our initiative of Department in a company, a club or a special interest group even group of friends and family because it's all about how people come. Together to coordinate and collaborate around some shared interest or activity whether participatory or not whether code or content, and so one theme. We also pull the threads on in this episode is about how the learnings of open source communities do and don't apply to the passion economy and create our communities as well. Nadia has long been immersed in studying the health of communities including getting funding from the Ford Foundation to study open source then worked at hub in developer experience then did research at protocol labs. And is now focused on writer experience at sub stack for longtime listeners of the six and Z podcast I've actually had her on the show years ago along with Michael Rogers our protocol labs than of the No jazz foundation where we talked about the changing culture of open source, you can find that episode on our site, but in this wide ranging hallway style episode Nadia, and I cover everything from types of communities, social networks, and the evolution of being online and ironically while the book is. Called working in public we also talk about the emergence of private spaces as well as the tragedy of Big Public Commons and how to counter the tragedy of comments which is why I believe everyone should read this book because it's a dirt of literature out there for the era of President Online collaboration creation and consumption that we're in we end with some practical advice for community managers, platforms and leaders, but we begin by defining open source in this context with a really useful taxonomy for categorizing communities. Earlier early was like I really hate this term and I just wish we gotta have something else like public software whatever. Love that I love it too. Unfortunately, it's pretty hard to change terms that everyone. On so I know this firsthand. Yeah. I mean I personally find the term kind of intimidating and it doesn't sound exciting when I say the term open source but it really does just referred to the distribution side of cook the existence of open source licenses made it very easy for anyone to use and modify and re Polish someone else's coat and put it in their own software but it doesn't really say a whole lot about how it was actually produced and so I made this analogy in the book, which is actually an analogy I borrowed from a friend Devon Devon Zuko, she still apple podcast for me I. Love Her yes, and says something like the term open source doesn't mean anything anymore than the term company does it's like, yes, we kind of get what a company is but there are so many different kinds of business models for different types companies with open source saying something as open source tells you a little bit about how the code might be used. That doesn't really say anything about how they're actually being made someone has to continue taking care of it. One of my favorite parts of the book is you actually outline different types of communities you call it classifying project types, but it's really to me how people are. Essentially social networks. Really. So why don't you break down that taxonomy and by the way the reason I'm asking is because when I think of the ARC in history of open source, the concept that comes to mind for everybody is that classic book by Eric Raymond, which is a cathedral and the bazaar and I think that framing has two long framed our discussion of open source and frankly any online community yet everyone sort of has maybe like General Santa W-what community is like others a bunch of members and their and organized around some common interests or reason for spending time together. In that highest level definition of community, there's an underlying assumption that all members are sort of similar than just the term members washes over the underlying dynamics between those different numbers and so what I started doing was saying, okay. There is a difference between at minimum, an open source people who are contributing to open source and people who are using stars. So I try to sort of separate out users and contributors and say, okay in some open source projects or as you said, really communities and general, some communities have high trigger and some communities have high user growth and then there's sort of like. Different permutations of that it's like federations, clubs, stadiums, and I forgot the fourth but toys in me what are so I think it's really useful to start with your taxonomy, a federations and onward. So federations are like the really big projects we might be thinking of like Lennox or. Where you have a lot of people who are contributing to the project and you have a lot of people that are using their project. But there are enough people that are working on the creation of that project that it does form his own sort of contributor community. By contrast, clubs have a lot of people who are participating in Chretien but they don't have as many people that are using it and said a product that's kind of focused on a niche interest. The example to give his Astro Pie, which is a Python Library for astrophysicists right? It's high contributor incredibly interested in that but very low user growth because how many people in the world are really interested in That intersection exactly and toys I sort of mentioned in passing in their police. Interesting thing to talk about that's where you have both low user and Lok contributor growth. So that might just be like a personal project them thinking around no one else is really looking at it. 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The Tallest Man I Ever Loved | With Andrew Rannells

Modern Love

02:49 min | 2 years ago

The Tallest Man I Ever Loved | With Andrew Rannells

"Andrew rannells has been nominated for two Tony Awards he starts. There's Elijah on. HBO's girls and you can see him now in black Monday on showtime but in the early two thousands before any of that happened. He was just like a lot of twentysomethings trying to make his career happen and dreaming about his perfect boyfriend. Here's Andrew Reading his own essay. The tallest man I ever loved my therapist believed that if you wanted to manifest something in your life you needed to focus your energy on that thing I decided sighted to apply this to my search for love so I made a list. Only a twenty two year old could make I wanted on at the man of my dreams to be one taller than me. I'm six foot two so it's a big ask to dark-haired three fit kind and funny but not too funny because that was my job for social but not to to social. I didn't want to compete for attention five creative later that day. I was on my way to the LAUNDROMAT. When I saw Todd Hod we had acted together a Westchester Broadway dinner theatre production of grease. He was Danny Zuko. I was Dooney. He looked even more pitiful than I remembered except for being twelve years older and straight he was exactly what I wanted. He was even two inches taller than I was and I just moved into the building next door. He said I tried not to swallow my tongue. Todd said he'd heard about my father dying and felt terrible about not not calling. I knew he had gotten a divorce yet. I hadn't called either in trying to comfort him about not comforting me. I actually said Oh. It's okay about my own dead father. I was really nailing this interaction you. WanNa have dinner and catch up. He said yes. I practically floated to the LAUNDROMAT. I knew this wasn't a date but I was still excited. and ordered euros was and beer. I drink beer beer seemed appropriate for my non date with this straight guy we talked about my father's funeral and I really opened end up to him. Maybe because it wasn't a date. It's been a crazy couple a months. He said after my divorce I really had to think about what had gone on wrong with. My marriage is zoned out for most of Todd's speech because I was watching his lips move and his PECs jump but I became laser focused when he said I realized I'm gay so I wanted

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"zuko" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"East Bridgewater map in John Zuko from Hampton, Matt. And this is the Howie Carr show. Eight four four five hundred forty two forty two joining us now on the on the here on the stages Anthony for mixed three sixty. Give everybody having a good time here today. This a great place. Thank you. Thank you. Thanks for coming. Thanks for the food. Thanks for every everything is great here today and wherever the good time. That's so tell us about the mixed three sixty Anthony. Well, this is becoming your home. Now. I mean over the last year you see me here. More often than you, see the you see the junior United States Senator fast, Eddie Marquis. Also, notice Mr. frosty if Mr. frosty truck pulls up outside. Well, no he's coming today. Well, now that they see your face outside. We don't see too many more liberals coming back you. I really really liked the sign out there, by the way. It's it looks good. That's a nice sign a nice picture of me. It's very not too many flattering photographs of me out there. But you found one Anthony, I really appreciate it. Yeah. You make the sign. Look good. You got it. You got a bunch of different things here. We have a lot part of being mixed three sixty is we do a little bit of everything. So everything from rock to country to comedy we've been breaking off into a lot of functions lately. I don't like the word break. It's coming back from it. But I'm still stop still sensitive. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. We do a little bit of everything in our breaking up. Well, geez. I said that word again. Now, we're doing politics. You know, we love our conservative talk radio and all of us here. I mean, it's it's an honor to be able to do something like this. You know, especially when you share the same views. You know? It's a nice feeling. Thank you. Anthony. We really appreciate you hosting us. And we're sponsored today by perfectsmiles from Nashua New Hampshire, and again, doctor how will be here to announce the winner of the contest, and I want you to want you on the everybody. Here have a piece of my birthday cake when they cut it up. Oh, absolutely beautiful. Thank you. And you give Grayson. I some good food here today to excellent burgers and fries. Listen yourself as well. As all you listeners. You guys guest anytime, you know, we're a family out there, and we fight together out there. So you're welcome anytime..

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"zuko" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Certified fresh seventy eight oh. Oh. Unfortunately, as it deserves more than seventy eight. Does is wrong. The people are wrong. People are only two points ahead at eighty. Yeah. You're right. But it's become this Smith. You're right. I gave it to what it has become not what it started out as all right here. We go from the acclaimed director of gone in sixty seconds comes this film, which stars wolverine, Danny Zuko and Halle Berry. Displays her perfectly round Brown. Oh sword. Van Hathwar fish? In Mr. skins. Number seven top nude scene of all time two thousand one's swordfish. Laureus breasts bad movie. I don't blame Halle Berry like take the money show the titties like if it ever happened where it's like look at them. I'll give you one million dollars if you'll pull your nut sack out in the middle of our movie. I would do I would speak. I had forgotten about this movie. The movie though, where one of them got a Hummer while he was trying to crack the code on the computer. Correct. I I know. don't know. It was like a test. They were like how faster you're on the computer and one of them was like trying to do it like attack. Hugh Jackman was trying to crack some coast, and then and then go and now we're going to introduce this little variable. And then he'll and he's still managed to crack the code while. He was you know, things were happening down low. Hey, go down to Samuel French. And she wouldn't get the sword. Fish script. That's the two. Well, I know when I go in and have that meeting. They're gonna go any other Corolla talent in the house. I wa I got a daughter they're gonna they're obviously they're gonna go to apple faulting far from the tree going to need her in there, and we're going to sing. So we're gonna and I'm not a weirdo. I'm not saying she's to blow job one. But I'm not saying she could be the computer. I just wanna see I went to the swordfish. I wanna work it out all actors should have a couple of monologues in their hip hop. That's what I'm saying. Yeah. Earls something. Bowling here. All right. I always love these movies where they did it for while in the nineties and early two thousands. They were making Travolta the heavy because he had weird facial hair care. Yeah. The pencil thin. And so patch. All right. Let's it's it's bad. But was this before after Pulp Fiction well well after after? Yeah. Oh, he who's in full cash it income, right? Right. I this is before X men, I think ninety nine or so thousand one I'm locked in. I've got my reasons. Go ahead. Right. I I have never seen the movie. No one ever brings it up. I have to soom it's bad. I said forty one it's bad. That's a good guess, I think we all had to go either higher lower because we got some crown to make up robbery, it's bad movie. But you have the the Hummer code cracker. And then you've got the top shelf from Halley that brings it to cool fifty nine for me. There's also the debut of Chiang or an Aston Martin or some sort of prototype car in this movie as I recall, she's big north of the border. And I remember I remember car parts. Yes. Gina graph. I'm just playing for me at this point. I said thirty eight I'm playing for you. I went twenty nine swordfish is rotten at twenty six. Very. Yeah. People like the. Close with the people people's vote. I think I'm within striking distance of this. I'm not the people. Sixty. Yeah. All right last one, right. Gene. Adam looking at that sports. I was twenty nine thirty eight thirty it. Okay. Not enough. I got. Yeah. Yeah. This is humiliating came close on one. Let's hear the scores..

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"zuko" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Seventy eight. Oh. Unfortunately as deserves more than seventy is wrong. People are wrong. People are only two points ahead at eighty. Yeah. You're right. But it's become this miss. You're right. I gave it to what it has become not what it started off as all right here. We go. From the acclaimed director of gone in sixty seconds comes this film, which stars wolverine, Danny Zuko and Halle Berry. Displays her perfectly round Brown. Oh, van Hathwar fish? In Mr. skins. Number seven top nude scene of all time two thousand one's swordfish. Laureus breasts bad movie. I don't blame Halle Berry like take the money show the titties like if it ever happened where it's like look at them. I'll give you one million dollars if you'll pull your nuts sack out in the middle of our movie. I would I would speak. I had forgotten about this movie. This the movie though, where one of them got a Hummer while he was trying to crack the code on the computer, correct? Oh, I don't know. It was like a test. They were like how fast you on the computer and one of them was like trying to do it like attack. Hugh Jackman was trying to crack some coast, and then and then they go and now we're going to introduce this little variable. And then he'll and he's still managed a code while. He was you know, things were happening down low. Hey, go down to Samuel French. And she we get the sword. Fish script duo seen. That's the two. Well, I know when I go in and have that meeting. They're gonna go any other Corolla talent in the house. I got a daughter they're going to they're obviously they're gonna go to apple faulting far from the tree need her in there, and we're gonna need to sing. So we're going to and I'm not a weirdo. I'm not saying she's to blow job one. But I'm not saying could be the computer. I just wanna see I went to the swordfish. I wanna work it out. All actress you'd have a couple of monologues in their hip hop. That's what I'm saying. Yeah. Earls something. Balling here. All right. I always love these movies where they did it for while in the nineties, and like early two thousands were they were making Travolta the heavy because he had weird facial hair care. Yeah. The pencil thin. And so patch. All right. Let's it's it's bad. But how was this before after Pulp Fiction? Well after after. Yeah. Oh, he this full cash it income. Gotcha. Right. I this is before X men, I think ninety nine or so thousand I'm locked in. I've got my reasons. Go ahead. Ryan have you ever seen the movie? No one ever brings it up after soom. It's bad. I said forty one it's bad. That's a good guess, I think we all had to go either higher lower because we got some crown to make up robbery, it's a bad movie. But you have the the Hummer code cracker. And then you've got the top shelf from Halley that brings it to cool fifty nine for me. There's also the debut of Jagger an Aston Martin or some sort of prototype car in this movie as I recall, she's big north of the border. I remember I just remember car parts. Yes. Gina grant. I'm just playing for me at this point. I said thirty eight I'm playing for you to I'm like twenty nine swordfish is rotten at twenty six. The poodle were very. Yeah. People like the Bali. Close. It was with the people people's vote. I think I'm within striking distance of this. I'm not the people. Sixty. Yeah. Your man of all right last one, right? Gene. And atom scores. Looking at that sports twenty nine thirty eight thirty it. Okay. Not enough to got yet. Yeah. This is humiliating came close on one scores. This..

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"zuko" Discussed on Unchained

Unchained

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on Unchained

"So whoever controls they did some of the future so what i see this as an ex essential choice so you have these two extremes we have complete control total surveillance oh we have full anonymity people usually terrified when i say this like imagine if you lived in the world you could literally communicate without being surveilled you could actually access whatever information you wanted to and the user response i get is well what about all the bad people so what about all about people well that people use technology just like good people do but unlike theresa may who believes that's every time this kind of incident must ban all encryption which is interesting given that the city of london require relies on that full of trading i didn't believe that encryption causes bad behavior i think that guy was saying people cause bad behavior and zuko actually gave me this quotas he said last year as i was starting this project with my team that he said you know if you get this right like slam what would during the minute the internet could actually be the last place on the world where you have privacy and i think that i'm not sure that any cameras in here surveillance show these these tv ones but you just look down the street take a look where i'm from england or more close circuit tv cameras papa anywhere in the world and also no bill of rights by the way it'd be grateful if you have one.

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"zuko" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"It's gonna be a hard conversation separating out why you want an honor badge on something as opposed to a hallway badge where there's a lot of overlap between the two brands but ultimately what i would like to see is this company continuing to irradiate and delivering more competition for some of these products actors getting to spend some time with the book that that's a really nice laptop i really liked what little time i got to spend with it so it would it would be nice to see something that can get us really close to a mate book and again offer some kind of price performance benefit to consumers who may be don't need all the bells and whistles that's that's a very competitive space and i think it's always good to approach that with some healthy optimism yeah go ahead sorry loss little thing as much as i hate the the wall way like clam shell logo i definitely prefer it to the on elegant fair nyc it looks like it looks like that bubble fund used to see in like does does accents fund used to see an open source would clones i i think it should be piracy they could have italian with avatar it would be amazing if great no no that was that's one plus i was about ceo ventures well no on on a could have print zuko on the back and he needs his own book so no not avatar as i'm so embarrassed for you you mean the best the real not not not the last arab bender will will forget that that ever existed i'll bend your air.

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"zuko" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Jackie's is stan he's wearing his curling teeshirt right now no so we're just can do a quick of preview of you know the very very basics of the winter games still be olympics what are they so back in greece in yeah actually i'm danny zuko or so i mean i think people are talking about north korea is coming there participating this has opened up talks between north and south korea the us is being left out cold a little bit they're like but but we said not to be friends with that one they're like the mean girl who's like what are you doing what we need this conflict to distract people from trump's variety um so one thing that always count fox with the olympics is the time difference right if it's yeah so they are fourteen hours ahead of eastern time to most of east seventeen hours ahead for us here in the early yet eleven hours ahead i think no seventeen hours ahead yeah yeah so is this a leg day for instance the men's hockey final on february 25th will finish at four pm that will be two am in new york i actually not bad here that i it'll finish eleven pm in a california does that mean everything's gonna be on delay yet so that's the thing that does from trying to figure out i just had a an experience with this a on new year's when i just wanted to watch the live feed of the ball drop in new york because i wanted to let go to bed at nine and.

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"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

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02:23 min | 4 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"And we see that zuko has escaped and this is where the episode takes on even more dramatic turn because the moon is dead and you a says heights to lay it's over and anger's into avatar mode and says no it's not over and melds with the ocean spirit and join us destroy us destroy steroids the fire nation just like walks through in if like giant water spirit form just like mowing through them yeah he's he is wiping away the fire nation like one would xu a fly it's incredible on it's very chilling because once again it just really drives home like oh yeah he's incredibly powerful oh yeah we also see zuko face off against zhao and pretty much uh i think i think he has gel on the ropes yet he's more powerful i don't think like measurable it like i don't think it's like he's twice as powerful zhao but he definitely has a more power than zhao 'cause these qichen giles and let's see what else happens in all also while this is happening iro recognize are we find out or get busy i've got back we find out from you a that she owes her life to the moon than when she was born she was very sick as a baby and her parents prayed to the moon spirit and placed her in the pond that we see an is healed by the moon wire hair is white and she is a wife because the moon healed and eyeroll recognizes that in her yes and says you you have some of the moon's life in you so you a sacrifices herself to heal the moon to save them uh this is hard for sokha to to accept by and i really like how they did this because so she lays her hands on the fish the fish comes back to life and she kinda feints right but then.

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"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

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01:50 min | 4 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"And at one point we fear that zuko is dead in the explosion because uncle iro decided to take a walk on shore avoiding it um but then we find that ago i rode than accepts a commission with admiral xiao and they have stowed or uncle iro has still owed zuko on the ship uh in plain sight so he's dressed as a as a soldier um and the last shot we see is this like fleet of fire nation navy sailing towards the northern water and you can just hear like the drums from and wouldn't boom years with great about this i know that there's two more episodes and i kind of remember how the ark of it goes so they've like they're doing a three episode bill to the end you know what i mean which doesn't seem like that big deal but when you remember like this is geared mostly towards like you know adolescent kids young teens like some big arc yet undoing it and like so they resolve like the pocket water training thing but the stuff with usa the fire nation navy coming like these there are not resolved at the end of the epa said you know there's no belo on the you a thing that was what really stood out to me is like that ends on freight balls in end here that's what i'm saying is like a dozen and other better how to say because like a dozen and it's just like we'll get back to that which is hike i don't know why that bush my mind but that such a big ask for kids to be i can remember this in a week when we're gonna thinking in on i mean 'cause they weren't binge watching the us.

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02:11 min | 4 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"There's this is uh it's very unresolved yeah i can't remember don't they get don't they meet up with chat lately do you think they do yeah because i remember all the gang members being a much bigger part a camera chose up to you but i think they come back but like leases in a twoparter now a just kinda like they just stopped they just stopped this group of apparently like twenty you know teens from murdering a village full of people and they're just like you know what we're done your bad your bad person by what we did talk about last time about on this new timetable that amazon carrier said it was very room they did the best that they could and they have to keep going and they also now as mentioned at the beginning of the episode the longer that they linger in any one place the more likely there is to be a prince zuko not far behind yeah plus unlit hold on this isn't really addressed this just occurred to me who they beat up by twenty fire nation soldiers right uh huh then the ransacking the camp where did those fire nation soldiers go i know now are they debt no i'm gonna say i'm gonna say that they just tied him up and and and lift left them tied up while ransacking the camp and then judge doesn't really seem more grower of durum tordo current a guard doors you know i think denmark we did on all zero orlando and rule who i referred to canada's goal laser as does the cartoon oh but they were all evolved those right yet does 25 children hvo twenty of the worst.

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01:34 min | 4 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"But like this is there was a we really had to see like no these a very much tactical genius yeah unlike um he's too and pretty well against these i think they're five earth thundered some my four or five where he mike does some kind of distraction and leaves his shoes so that zuko confined it and then he distracts and again uh saying that is shackles are too loose and they're like oh we need to tighten i'm great will tighten those heats him up and then runs are like his tied up so he like rolls um over a uh over a cliff and the earth vendors they do catch him and they do kind of bury him up to his neck uh and then they decide there they can't risk trying to take him to bossing say any more they are just gonna dispense their own justice on smashes hands with a big rock but prince sukhot finds them they don't really highlight this but like it's a really genius move were ira does does if he if the gone into bossing say there's no way brazil go would have been able to help them things at once he was inside the city you just talk about siege in the city for six hundred days but because these five people stopped emerald like fine will deal with it here it put them very vulnerable for iro and view go to fight them exactly and the fight them and they do using a combination of kind of like brute strength martial arts moves and fire bending they defeat the five or four.

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"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

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01:49 min | 4 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"A in the writing to in the anc during one of the writing the way that they move back and forth between he'll start to have this very real sad moment and then they'll be like hey show me out airball works or whatever and as like back the fun sadness fund sadness fun real kid you know adult kit adult kid back and forth the whole series does i grant it's a microcosm of what the series is of this i jumping back and forth between let's take a break from responsibility to have fun for like five minutes i also really liked as i said a good zuko episode a good danny's it gerber certain because they do a really good job of like i really like that he wins and even though we have seen nothing but like anger and stuff up to this point he doesn't kills zhao he's a still has with in him mercy which is not a thing you're spectrum of fire nation right and mike he is he's not a killer well i think that that really points to him being more hurt than angry like it's kinda of they say that where were feeding bb while we acquired that was a little down on pipe be done a gary yeah she's good they say that anger as a result of hurt or fear and i and i am i definitely believe that ireland grabbing the microphone in you're here citing vegas abb.

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01:41 min | 4 years ago

"zuko" Discussed on The Kind Rewind

"Prince zuko challenges him to ache i guess it's i don't remember what they called it some kind of dual via they have some special fire nation term for i don't know i couldn't letting catch it and it it looks pretty harry for prince who go for a while the okay this is okay and we'll talk about this as it looks pretty harry but he he heats his uncle's advice and goes back to the basics he gets the commander offbalance and spares his life while defeating him in the dual and then as he is turning to walk away the commander attacks him with his back turned an uncle is like ono you didn't and is like geared you are not honorable leaden that was that was bad don't do that and then they leaf um enrico and yes the air temple they find momoh momoh who is the loss of the air lima's um but uh he also finds uh the gats uh yacht so yalta summit his master uh is definitely dads vying scowls on within a throws at beaumont said the but then he like freaked out and uh let's to avatar state thing i didn't say that yeah and sock and qatar got a call him down like hey where your family which okay uh it's it's a nice moment and deathly and down but it is weird to tell them like don't be sad about your dead family where your family now um but he comes down in than they're like well maimed there's other temples who knows um.

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