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Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on Reset

Reset

00:34 min | 26 min ago

Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on Reset

"Train workers. Few Chicago athletes are going to the Tokyo Olympics, The Chicago Chicago Skies Stephanie Dolson will represent the United States and the first Olympic three on three competition in women's basketball. The Bulls Zach Lavine will join the U. S men's basketball team, according to his agent and the Chicago Red Stars goalie. Alyssa near defender tear No. Davidson and midfielder Julie Ertz will all play for Team USA. I'm Araceli Gomez Saldana. This is 91.5. W B. E. C. On the next fresh air. How the right has mobilized against the teaching of critical race theory. The study of systemic racism leading to the ousting of school board members accused of supporting teaching it and the drafting of legislation to ban teaching it. We'll talk with NBC reporter Tyler Kinkaid about the people money and strategy behind this join us this afternoon at one and again tonight at eight. 91.5 W B Easy WBZ is supported by Court Theatre, presenting.

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Turkish, US officials discuss Afghan airport security plans

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 hrs ago

Turkish, US officials discuss Afghan airport security plans

"Turkish and U. S. military officials have met in Turkey's capital to discuss plans for Turkish troops to continue securing Campbell's at port after the withdrawal of the U. S. and other NATO troops from Afghanistan Turkey NATO's only majority Muslim member has offered to protect and run they have me because site international airport the main gateway into Afghanistan after the alliance pulls out of the country the country which is around five hundred non combat troops in Afghanistan is however seeking US and other allies support for the mission Tokyo's wants Pakistan and Hungary to be involved in the mission I'm sorry I shockingly

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Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on The Troubleshooter

The Troubleshooter

00:32 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on The Troubleshooter

"Media is abuzz with some speculating the eccentric 75 year old may have had some dirt on people. In high places. Tom Rivers, ABC News at the Foreign Desk, another Olympic athlete, his tested positive for the coronavirus after arriving in Tokyo for the summer games, eats his second member of the team from Uganda. Officials say the athlete is showing no symptoms. This comes as the emperor of Japan now says he's worried about next month's games. Speeding up the spread of the virus about like stone BBC nears guys bowels builders demanded through is to keep up his business needs a stronger foundation. All right, just one check. House builders. This is Cal this weekend. Yeah, we can do it indeed can help him hire the people he needs I need indeed. Indeed you do When you sponsored job, you immediately.

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Chris Paul Declines Team USA Invitation for Tokyo Olympics

Big Al and JoJo

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Chris Paul Declines Team USA Invitation for Tokyo Olympics

"In the Summer Olympics. He said. He's been trending towards this decision for several days. He's had some time to think about it. He's like, depending on how this goes as Game seven of the finals could be July. 22nd and Team USA is opening an Olympic game is against France on the 25th. He says. I'm out not going to be a part of it. So here's who's in so far. You've got to

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Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

The KFBK Morning News

00:32 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on The KFBK Morning News

"2 to 4700. All that misinformation out there is not allowed here. The kfbk Morning News with Christina Mendoza and Sam. Shame on news. 93.1 kfbk. He's saying that you watched. Get under there, man. Go! Did you see the feet on it? They're coming from everywhere. God, this is crazy. All that stuff that is Snoop Dog, And that's his commentary on Pleasant it Earth. So, my placenta. Thank you. Thank you. God Square, Okay. Kevin Hart and Snoop Dog are lending their community skills. Now to a new project. The pair will offer commentary through the Tokyo Olympics. I will watch this. I will watch this. I will watch this. This will be fantastic. It's called Olympic Highlights with Kevin Hart and Snoop Dog will recap some major feats from the 2021 games ranging from the most impressive to those that didn't go so well. The joint project with Peacock is set to air on NBC's streaming service. Any dad Martha Stewart into this and make it a trio. I'm sorry. You know, I know I will stop talking, Martha. They do a lot together, and they're hilarious together. Yep. Yep. So there you go. Snoop Dog. Just commentary will be great. And you know, I'm looking forward to Kevin Hart doing it, too. He's hysterical. All right, let's get outside and check traffic..

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The Game of Life (and Death)

Your Brain on Facts

01:54 min | 2 d ago

The Game of Life (and Death)

"Games of life and death. Does this mean sports. That are very dangerous to play sports. Where your life may hinge on the outcome. Yes let's start with the dangerous sports. I and not the usual stuff like formula one racing running with the bulls halo which is a type of skydiving called high altitude. Low opening. don't do that. let's go for some of the ones you probably haven't heard of calculus. Storage co is an early form of football or soccer or rugby that originated in the sixteenth century in italy in florence in particular in terms of rules. There aren't many neither have. They changed very much since fifteen eighty when the game was thought to have established. You just can't sucker punch your opponent or kick anyone in the head other than that you can punch headbutt trip russell on choke your way across the field. Seems like calcio was also the genesis of soccer hooliganism because that's kind of their re-met on by the way the word soccer is a british invention that the british were using until about twenty thirty years ago. I can see that the descriptors football fits that better than does in football. But i'm still gonna say soccer players seem adamant that calculus store co. isn't a sport. It's a game. This distinguishment apparently comes from the fact that there isn't a specific season for the game. Players can only participate in a max of two games each year so they don't really have multi-month processes of seasonal sports instead. You get a massive energetic display of violence and tradition that pit the four quarters of florence against each other. When you think of japan you might think of the lights and technology of tokyo or anime girl body pillows and tentacle monsters which is a shame because neither of these even hints at japan's bad ass. History

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Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on Big Boy's Neighborhood

Big Boy's Neighborhood

00:29 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on Big Boy's Neighborhood

"Hi. How you doing, man? This is Luther calling about T t to knock before the summer concert series. We don't have a summer concert series. Okay, because we were under the impression that we were going to get a chance to do a sound check today. We don't have an event here tonight. Are you familiar with T T. Tanaka from Tokyo, Japan? I have no idea who T t to knock. So he's ready to sing for you guys when he gets there. No, not at this location. You will not be doing anything in this location. Location is an art gallery. We do not have kids here. But this.

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"tokyo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 2 d ago

"tokyo" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Tokyo Olympics. More that from correspondent Ed Donahue, Laurel Hubbard from New Zealand lifted, £628.2 lifts on the way to qualifying in the women's super heavyweight division. She is their first Olympian who has transitioned from male to female. Karen Smith is with the New Zealand Olympic Committee weightlifting New Zealand President Richard Patterson. Says Hubbard is in line with the best weight lifters in the world. It is hard to speculate rankings a total and that vicinity ranks Laurel and the top six gender identity in sports is a highly sensitive and complex issue. I would like to take this opportunity to remind us all that Carol has met all of their quiet criteria. She is a very dedicated and resilient athlete at 43. Hubbard will also be the oldest weightlifter in the Tokyo Games. I'm Ed Donahue. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. Talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. Vice President Kamala Harris highlighted the bite administration's efforts to expand childcare and relieve the financial pressures of parenthood. Today, she talked about an increase and expansion of the tax credit. That's all part of the Covid 19 relief package. That extra $1000 that extra $1600. Well, you know what that means that could cover a month of rent. A few months of groceries. An entire year of diapers, right? So it makes a big difference. Harris today discussing the new guidance on some $15 billion worth of grain mentioned Covid 19 relief bill. The Supreme Court has decided unanimously that the N C double cannot enforce rules limiting education related benefits colleges offered to student athletes things like computers and paid internships. It will help determine whether schools decide to offer athletes. Tens of thousands of dollars in those types of benefits. More of these stories can be found at town hall dot com. WCBM Baltimore.

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Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on The Ross Kaminsky Show

The Ross Kaminsky Show

00:44 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tokyo" discussed on The Ross Kaminsky Show

"Bipartisan group of lawmakers who say they're close to an infrastructure deal will meet with President Biden today. This is ABC News, due in court today, allies of former President Donald Trump, all of them facing a big lawsuit. Here's a B C's Aaron Carter Ski Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell and the chief executive of my Pillow have asked a judge to throw out a lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems, the voting machine company at the center of Conspiracy Theories related to the presidential election. Dominion sued the trio for pushing false claims of fraud that the company said damaged its reputation. Powell has argued the case should be tossed because no reasonable person should have believed her election theories were truly statements of fact. With the Tokyo Olympic Games one month away, Japan's emperor Naruhito says he's extremely worried about the spread of coronavirus fans will be allowed into venues at up to 50% capacity. The city of San Francisco says it will require all of its 35,000 employees to get covid shots or risk losing their jobs. The requirement would go into effect when a covid vaccine gets full FDA approval right now vaccines are being administered under emergency use authorization. Jim Ryan, ABC News damps Constipation with belly pain, discomfort and bloating kept giving her grief. She talked to her doctor to get some relief. Turns out, Deb had irritable bowel syndrome with constipation or I B s C, which.

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Transgender Weightlifter Hubbard Selected for Tokyo Olympics

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Transgender Weightlifter Hubbard Selected for Tokyo Olympics

"Laurel Hubbard from New Zealand lifted six hundred twenty eight pounds in two lips on the way to qualifying in the women's super heavyweight division she is safest Olympian who has transitioned from mild to Fairmount Karen Smith is with the New Zealand Olympic committee weightlifting New Zealand president Richie Patterson says harbor is in line with the best weight lifters in the world plus it is hard to speculate rankings a total in that vicinity ranks are all in the top six gender identity in sports is a highly sensitive and complex issue I would like to take this opportunity to remind us all that the role has met all of the required criteria she is a very dedicated and resilient athletes at forty three Hubbard will also be the oldest weightlifter in the Tokyo games I'm a Donahue

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Between Two Wings With Travis Ludlow

Between Two Wings

02:22 min | 3 d ago

Between Two Wings With Travis Ludlow

"Hello everyone and welcome back between two rings. I on your host emily norman. Today we have at travis low with us. He is a pilot in the uk and he is about to set off on a huge adventure to become the youngest person to fly solo around the world. Chavez thank you so much time to talk to us. I know you're leaving in a few short days. I'm sure your schedule is very hectic. Hi emily thank you around me on is great tokyo's aways and it is very hectic actually. Yeah today i've been buying stuff Last minute stuff for For the trip find did at bbc interview. Id today as well which is exciting but yeah leaving this coming thursday. So does the twenty seventh of may so is already soon. And everything's just crazy right now and But i'm so excited to go. Yeah i can imagine you must be feeling so many different emotions right now absolutely. I'm a- i've more excited than i am scandal novice but instead of getting nervous for flying into these countries that you know who knows what's wanted one will be like in these places so i'm bit nervous for that butts. I'm really looking forward to. And i and i finally set off funding. Make this dream a reality. Check definitely and i see you have your route right behind you but before we jump into that. What sokolow of about the requirements you have to meet to break this world record show yet so To break the world record of the youngest person to fly solo around the world in it'd be flying in a i was single engine aircraft Maximum gross takeoff of something less than twelve thousand pounds. Or something like that. I'm pretty sure So to wait below that limit But is that. I also need to Suck and navigate the globe basically equal distance. I fly to cancer. So that's twenty one thousand five hundred twenty miles or thereabouts Which means Technically i could flights north pole circle the north pole wants and just zigzag until done twenty one thousand five twenty miles. Obviously that's very fun. It's a lot more fun. Just fly around the world and seal these crazy places on maitlis people and obviously you need to be younger than the current world record. So that's that's how you get it.

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Tokyo Olympics to Allow Limit of 10,000 Local Fans in Venues

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:11 sec | 3 d ago

Tokyo Olympics to Allow Limit of 10,000 Local Fans in Venues

"Olympics will allow some local fans to attend. When the Games open in just over a month, Organizers set a limit of 50% of capacity up to a maximum of 10,000 fans for all Olympic venues.

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Japanese Organizers Set Capacity Limit of 50%, Up To 10,000 Fans for All Tokyo Olympic Venues

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 d ago

Japanese Organizers Set Capacity Limit of 50%, Up To 10,000 Fans for All Tokyo Olympic Venues

"The move goes against the country's top medical advisor who's recommended the safest process during the coup bid nineteen pandemic used to go with I don't any fans fans from abroad the band's several months ago now Japanese organizes of settlements fifty percent of capacity up to a maximum of ten thousand fans full Olympic venues officials say fans will be under strict rules will not be allowed to cheer must wear masks and the being told to go straight home off to events Tokyo and other areas around the qualified emergency status until July eleventh the Olympics is set to open July twenty three I'm Charles collect as much

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Top Medical Adviser Says 'No Fans' Safest for Tokyo Olympics

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:13 sec | 5 d ago

Top Medical Adviser Says 'No Fans' Safest for Tokyo Olympics

"Today, Japan's top medical advisor says because of the pandemic, no Spectators should be allowed to attend the games. For now. No international fans are allowed in. About 9000 baseball fans. A T Mobile park last

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Naomi Osaka Withdraws From Wimbledon

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 6 d ago

Naomi Osaka Withdraws From Wimbledon

"Many others have vanished without a trace. Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka are sitting out Wimbledon this year, leaving the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament without two of the sport's biggest stars in its return after canceling last year because of the pandemic, Nadal also says he will miss the Tokyo Olympics. Osaka

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USWNT Gains Victory Over Nigeria as Olympic Cuts Loom

ESPN FC

02:04 min | 6 d ago

USWNT Gains Victory Over Nigeria as Olympic Cuts Loom

"Going to start things with our good friend julie foudy who joins jones's right now julie. How are you ads. How're you. We're doing great. You're great job silly killing it killing it but we want to talk to you about the. Us women's national team. They played night against nigeria. They got the victory to nil. Until just we're going to check the highlights and get your impressions your opinions on what you saw last night. What do you make of the game. i think it was a little bit of a slog. This will turn it. It was it was caught on purpose. Because it's going to be like that. When they had over to japan and tokyo of course but they did get two goals against nigeria. And that last game. Do you want to run through all the highlights. We do it. Yeah we're watching right now They controlled possession. A lot of a lot of attempts. But we were talking about this a little bit christen and then lynn williams to actually hurt complete. The score to nail will seek guarded. Lloyd involving that play again. That's a very difficult finish christian press. Who's been honestly one of the better players in this one of the better players last night of really good finish And she was active. All night you see. They're making again. Tell us about what you saw last night. Yeah she was lively really active right and then you saw when lynn williams came on the pace right there that we know that lynn williams possesses. And guess who gave you that bowl work. I didn't pratt so i've not kristen. Press actually showed very well in this summer series. Three games and that was huge lynn williams. Because we'll talk about it a little later but then williams is fighting to get into that squad of eighteen which is so tight coming off having twenty-three for world cup to have to then shock that to eighteen to go over for olympic with such a tight turn in terms of games on the schedule there. That's a tough one.

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Rafael Nadal Pulls out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 6 d ago

Rafael Nadal Pulls out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

"Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka are sitting out Wimbledon this year, leaving the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament without two of the sport's biggest stars in its return after canceling last year because of the pandemic, Nadal also says he will miss the Tokyo Olympics. Osaka will go to the summer games and represent

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Naomi Osaka Withdraws From Wimbledon but Will Play at Tokyo Olympics

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 6 d ago

Naomi Osaka Withdraws From Wimbledon but Will Play at Tokyo Olympics

"Out Wimbledon this year, leaving the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament without two of the sport's biggest stars in its return after canceling last year because of the pandemic, Nadal also says he will miss the Tokyo Olympics. Osaka will go to the summer games and represent Japan. I'm Tim Maguire, AP News

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Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka Both Withdraw From Wimbledon

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 6 d ago

Rafael Nadal and Naomi Osaka Both Withdraw From Wimbledon

"Nadal and Naomi Osaka are sitting out Wimbledon this year, leaving the oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament without two of the sport's biggest stars in its return after canceling last year because of the pandemic, Nadal also says he will miss the Tokyo Olympics. Osaka will go to the summer games and represent Japan.

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'Listening to My Body': Nadal to Sit out Wimbledon, Olympics

Tony and Dwight

00:31 sec | Last week

'Listening to My Body': Nadal to Sit out Wimbledon, Olympics

"Week. Tennis champion Rafael Nadal is taking a break this year from Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics. Rafa says he's been listening to his body and his body says, take a break in his words, the ideas to prolong his career and continue to do what makes them happy that is to compete at the highest level. He recently reached the French Open semis this month, but lost arrival. Djokovic Spaniards taking the title twice at Wimbledon. He's also won the Olympic gold medal in singles at the

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Rafael Nadal Pulls Out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

Tony and Dwight

00:32 sec | Last week

Rafael Nadal Pulls Out of Wimbledon and Tokyo Olympics

"Week. Tennis champion Rafael Nadal is taking a break this year from Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics. Rafa says he's been listening to his body and his body says, take a break in his words, the ideas to prolong his career and continue to do what makes them happy that is to compete at the highest level. He recently reached the French Open semis this month, but lost arrival. Djokovic Spaniards taking the title twice at Wimbledon. He's also won the Olympic gold medal in singles at the

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Rafael Nadal Drops out of Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:13 sec | Last week

Rafael Nadal Drops out of Wimbledon and the Tokyo Olympics

"Pulling out of Wimbledon and the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. He cites health concerns and says he has to listen to his body to prolong his career. Nadal loses in the semifinals of the French Open to the eventual champ Novak Djokovic. A dog food

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Japan Looks to Ease Virus Emergency Ahead of Olympics

AP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | Last week

Japan Looks to Ease Virus Emergency Ahead of Olympics

"Japan is expected to ease the coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and most other areas this weekend with the Olympics starting in just over a month. Daily virus cases in Japan have significantly declined recently. The Tokyo Games are supposed to start

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Japan Makes Vaccine Push With Olympics Looming

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Japan Makes Vaccine Push With Olympics Looming

"Japanese companies have joined the effort to speed up the country's logging coronavirus vaccine bowed out ahead of the start of the Tokyo Olympics next month the C. E. O. of energy and technology giant softbank has visited in the office of affiliate we work with medical professionals being inoculated with the maternal vaccine softbank plans fifteen such sites to vaccinate one hundred fifty thousand employees and their families on an additional one hundred thousand people residing at the sites Japan's vaccine vote out who's been the slowest among developed nations with only about five percent of this population fully vaccinated and the hope is a business push would accelerate the rollout I'm Charles the last month

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"tokyo" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

06:59 min | 7 months ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Unspooled

"No wait though. Speaking of melodrama. I wanna talk about a different film just for a little bit. Which is the american film. That inspired tokyo story. Okay because here's kind of the story of what happened like kogo noda tells ozo- he's like there's this american movie. I don't know if you've seen it. It's called Make way for tomorrow. It's from the thirties. And he's like. I don't know if you've seen it but i think we should do a remake in zoo is like i haven't seen it and i'm actually not sure if he ever even bothered to see it but this movie this american movie that that Note i was really inspired by awesome. And i really want people to watch it It stars of women that we've actually seen a couple of times beulah bondi if you remember her. She always played jimmy. Stewart's mom she was jimmy stewart's motto. Yes of course. We've talked his shoes. Miss jimmy stewart's mom again and i think Yeah wonderful life yet. She the star so seeing like beulah bondi be. The star of movie is also just school exceeding an old woman helm movie. But it's basically this idea put on the american depression where it's the late thirties. And he's been married to her husband for fifty years and they're losing their house and they have three or four kids five kids and the kids will not agree to take them both in So they separate. The parents ones living in one house in one's living other house and it. It's it's a lot bigger and more melodramatic like beat by beat like there's a daughter who goes out gallivanting with older men and maybe runs away from home like there's there's more comedy and more pay more tragedy but it is a beautiful film like i think people love tokyo story. You have to watch make way for tomorrow. Well i love this know. I think we're talking about something again that age really well. I think it talks about things that are still at the forefront of our culture especially the culture that is now moving at a rate where everyone struggling to keep up with what is going on the last couple years right like we're just constantly. Everything's being turned over turnover turnover. And what are the things that are important to us in and where the family structures. I think we've gotten a chance to sit and correct them. But when this comes out i can imagine because i don't know this director. I didn't know the structure until now this movie is not as heralded as as we are now Giving it its do right. I mean we're or am i wrong. I mean it really doesn't come out ito. This official international premiere like quote unquote four years after it comes out and that's only in europe that's a nineteen fifty seven it when it plays then One of the critics who there said that many people walked out. They just didn't like it or care about it very much. In so then in japan they considered it to be lake. Kind of fuddy-duddy in old so it wasn't super heralded there. Either as much as we might expect like they were getting their own younger version of directors. Coming up who were like. We don't wanna do this anymore. We wanna make a more youthful cinema so it was a little out of place even in its own time. You could almost say this film is kind of like the parents itself. You know cure we are we exist. It's not worth any less as individuals but we're not in a moment that values us you know we're kind of out of out of time and so what happens to the film. Is you know eventually it starts playing a little bit in london and there's A film curators there. Who's like wait. This is actually really important and he tries to start programming Screenings of like screenings of ozo- ozone died. It's one of those things where he dies in the in the pros like what we do like. We really missed out on telling the americans who this guy is so they program a cup they program it here for like a weekend in los angeles in the sixties and some people see and they're like okay cool but it doesn't really get this huge swell of love until the seventies when it when like the new generation of directors who are making their new films like solid and really embraced it. I mean here's paul schrader for one lake talking about seeing this film in the seventies widows who did for me and for a number of other filmmakers. my age was showed a way that film could operate and it could affect you Which was not the normal. Kind of kinetic Energetic way cinema. That was much quieter and more interesting way of cinema and So i started pursuing this connection. I felt between ozo- and from other filmmakers and became obsessed with those who at that time but then like it really gets this huge hold and everybody starts going nuts. It's like the new hip thing. I don't know if you remember a couple of years ago when everybody went nuts. Over william freakin sorcerer. Like this movie. You know he'd made and kind of like it and everybody was like hold on. hold on. Hold on william freakin. Sorcerer is the greatest source or a movie of all time. It's the greatest rican movie films that can come in and out of trendy. Yes that's what happened. Here and ito people were just like that's the movie everybody needs to go see tokyo story like this is the movie you've got to see and it bills that word of mouth that we've seen happen to so many films on these lists of like growing into culture and i can't help but wonder if part of why it took a foothold in the mid seventies is. It comes out again in theaters around the time that the godfather does and i think these two films how little bit in common. It's like. oh do you like one. Big epic about generations and collapsing families and time slipping by and kids being screw ups if you let that. Maybe you're going to tokyo story. You know they're not too far off. But that said like winding becomes that trendy yes. There are negative reviews. So if you're looking for blood found some all right. What are we got okay. So this is a negative review that comes from in the seventies from the san francisco. Examiner and they right having learned to distrust. The newer could exp- particularly when they're climbing aboard the bandwagon of some cult film. I'm not surprised that their latest rediscovered masterpiece residues tokyo story. It doesn't really matter it. The tons of praise lavished on it he calls it a good workmanlike film that shows its age in says. It isn't likely to make an extraordinary impression on many but the most patient cultists willing to ignore it thoroughly oriental crawling pace which the japanese cinema has largely abandoned in recent years there quite a few walk-ups during the press screening yet. It's not exactly an unrewarding film. Though i found the length excessive for ozone attempted to depict in his plot lewis fundamentally undramatic study of domestic life and then he just goes hard on the new york could seems like. There's you know some. He thought they were too cool for school and he wanted to take him down a peg. He says that is aesthetic. Reviews were tantamount to self-flagellation for the guilt of having neglected classic but the static camera work and interminably long scenes are difficult to take to take especially since most of the film is set of doors. So he's like y'all just play and pretend.

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"tokyo" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:20 min | 7 months ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Unspooled

"As beautiful score in seeing the names play. It looks like he's just projecting the names over burlap. You know like a black and white still shot of burlap which you would think. Isn't that interesting. But yet as you're sitting there you reminded me of what we've been talking about like About like intro. Ovation's when you're talking about like the movies that have the intro ovation scores. You're settling down. You're staring at this burlap for a really long time. And i found myself doing that kind of like stone. Are- deep thought of like. Wow and earl up every strand is like different there's different textures. Different thickness different than it's woven together. You start contemplating the nature of burlap and how this austere simple fabric is actually really complicated in woven together and it's kind of like families and everybody playing their part of the i when somebody makes the direct oil choice to slow stuff down. It makes my brain wake up in a way. Because i'm invited to bring myself to it. Yeah well we are often forced into this idea that you know quicker is better wherein an age of you know. I don't want to sound like a grandpa here but you know when the age of tiktok and quimby r.i.p where it's a quicker faster. Let's get it out and this movie. I almost think takes the pace of the lead characters. It is of these elderly parents. It's we are travelling at their pace and were cinema is traveling at the pace of their children right. And i think that that's a really interesting and probably something that he's wrestling with as well. you know. this is a very He acknowledges the outside world like it's not that these characters don't live in our world they do and as a matter of fact we see moments of it when they go to the spa people gambling people out on the street We hear the sounds of you know we. They're in this world where they don't belong in. I imagine he knows it. It's really sad because it's the parents being kind of weird like we said we're done with you and now you move on and we'll give you a call every now and then at the when the children's say like we probably won't ever visit you. You live too far away. I mean in two thousand twenty four hours to get to where they live. I mean at that. I met that. I've touched that you know come on. I was upset. I couldn't figure out how long it took back in the day But i would just say overnight change it. Yes from the rush manufacturer to tokyo and then back again and again that idea that that they aren't even worth visiting a like ito. because it's it will take too much time out of their schedules. And and i think is so interesting about this movie. Is we spend so much time in the niceties. We spent so much time in the smiles. And what's not being said That when you have these moments like these crooks moments like mentioned the widow of their son who died in the war beautiful moment in which i really wanna probably unpack with in a second. But the the scene where the father gets drunk. Is this amazing moment. Because the parents are kicked out of the house they have no place to stay which is so sad. and Ito but they're but they're but they're also not going to ask for anything so they're not doing it so they're kind of figuring out where they can stay in watching their guard both. They're both their guards. Go down in this moment of really needing something right. They need something from each other and they need to kind of stay and they're they're forced to kind of do something out of the norm or out of their comfort level. I think that was so interesting to show like when we aren't in our comfort levels. Maybe what we reveal about ourselves.

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"tokyo" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Unspooled

"My job slam love it. A amazing american audiences where hip to nineteen fifty-three instead of appreciating tokyo story which really didn't make an inroad here for two decades it wasn't until the seventies that people were like. Oh we've missed this what happened. Let's talk about this masterpiece. Well first of all let me say. I'm going to mispronounce a lot in this episode. So i apologize going to try my best. The second thing i want to say is i'm embarrassed to admit but i've never heard of this director before amy and shocking to me because he is so prolific. You talked about that fact about it. Being voted the number one. Best movie of all time. And i feel like i have a pretty wide knowledge of film. Even if i haven't seen something. I understand you know who directors are and what these films are. I've never heard of this movie. And you know and it just goes to show how little i know about japanese cinema because i think a lot of it exist around curious allah and and that's it until more modern day things but is that weird or is he kind of in this misty area. Where you know. Make me feel better or make me feel worse. Dummy make you feel better. I mean it makes sense because you're the films could've for example. Were i think really easy for american audiences to like into appreciate your. They're a little bit more actioning. There's little there's more drama. There's like period costuming. They exist in a world where like audiences like american spectacles can appreciate them really easily. So they were imported. Over here. Without too much of a hiccup comparatively speaking to obu but zeus films are really different you know. They're they like this stretch of films where he's making this you know they're taking place in the present day they're about modern japan. They're smaller. They're closer to like the neo realism. I think coming out of france in europe then this big spectacle of kudos film that we that audiences were devouring and eating up. And so what happened. Is that you know the studio that made them shochiku studios which were Ozone worked from the silent era. They didn't even try to support them here. They were like american. Audiences aren't going to get it going to be expensive. They don't really care we'll just keep them here. Whether appreciated really interesting. And i think what i was so blown away by is how i think at certain points. You can look at japanese culture. And as from an american point of view and see so many things that seem different but here the emotional base level. This movie i felt is so I it's so universal. I mean this movie is just a wonderful family drama. That made fifty three. But two thousand twenty. Everything is so relatable. everything is so organic. I know it's subtitled. But the dialogue is so natural. I was really blown away by that. Yeah i mean. I think tokyo story is a devastating which i'm really excited to talk to you about because the story that odu is trying to get at the university of the story. He's trying to get at is that we're all born into a family and we grow up and re grow in different paths and there will come a time when your parents are not the center of the world. And how do your parents deal with that. And how do you deal with that in. What is this a natural process of letting go of one generation and having another generation take its place and what does that feel like everybody. And how awkward is that for everybody and comfortable. It is because you don't want to ever look your parents in the eye and say you belong to a different generation or you're not important to me the way that my kids are. My job are but you can't juggle ninety things in at once in something usually has to go and this is. This is a familiar pattern. That i think happens to families all across the world will definitely. This movie takes the point of view of the parents. Right it is their story that we're watching and you feel the slights of their children and there's so many great moments i think the one of the most gut wrenching moments to me was In the beginning of the film when they arrive in tokyo they live in the small coastal town. They arrive in tokyo and they go to their daughters house and they're the two kids they're they're and they're their daughters children and the daughters. This is your grandparents like you know they're here to visit and the kid looks up at them and says okay. I'm going to go up to my room now and so first of all in one line. You're like okay. He's this child has never met his grandparents and then upon meeting them is so unimpressed. Goes upstairs and i know it's a small moment but it to me that's fanatically that's the most true moment of the whole film like they are really Existent you know they. Are these like ghosts behind the scenes of Of these grown children. Yeah and in the movie. It seems like that that let you understand what's happening here because when we first meet the parents they're packing up there preparing to leave their town with a daughter who actually is devoted to them a younger one who still living in the house to get on this train in their neighbors stops by like you must be so excited. You must love your family. What a great family you have. And the like yes. What a great family we have. And it's in those tiny moments of awkwardness. Oh we start to piece together. The story of what's happening that the grandparents don't even seem to quite know how old the kids are. That one of the kids is just using the parents visit as a way of trying to get out of homework complaining that he has to hang out with them that he doesn't get it uses desk because they're gonna be sleeping there and i have to be honest like i remember being that kid. Do you remember that being that kid. I remember being that kid and my grandparents who i love deeply. My grandmother just turned ninety during quarantine. And it's killing me. I couldn't see her. But i remember being nine and then coming to visit like a meeting. I have to share a bathroom with them. Why do i have to share a bathroom with them. Yeah absolutely but i live very close to my grandparents. One lived in connecticut and one lived about Five towns over from me so they were very much part of my life. My grandparents didn't feel Special jimmy in the sense they were people. I saw all the time just so. I have a different experience with my grandparents. I will say though during quarantine checking in with my family. My mom my dad. My grandma who is still alive That moment and talking to all my friends who took these times in a when we were all trapped in our house and there was less to do i think everyone then looked internally and was like oh lemme reach out. Let me check in more check in with my family more now and it was really interesting to see this moment happen where i feel like people who had strained family relationships made with glee or multi. Weekly you know attempt.

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Unspooled

06:10 min | 7 months ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Unspooled

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"tokyo" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"The postponed Tokyo Olympics hit the year to go mark again, but many Japanese say they should be canceled by Stephen Wade of the Associated Press in Tokyo. The Tokyo Olympics have hit the one year to go mark again, but few are in a mood to celebrate. Tokyo observed the original date a year ago, that was before the covid nineteen pandemic postponed the Olympics and pushed back the opening to July. Twenty third twenty twenty one fireworks cascaded over Tokyo Bay back then and local celebrities unveiled the medals in a highly choreographed show. There's none of that this time. Organizers produced a fifteen minute..

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"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

12:37 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"Up pink blossoms contrast beautifully against the blue sky and puffing manicured grass. Everything looks bright. I just standing in a painting. Noticing York's Heitmann I who poses. Ooh She knows how inspiring this view and translate into why And the feeling of all even more Pratt taking prep time. Is Tom He admir- the stunning display of Cherry trees in front Seems Blossoms astounding You can't even see ranch Like clouds descended from the sky. Chest Halftime Suns. And he close your eyes. Ooh AAH can a sweet fragrance. Chron's confirms this is not Dream Chat Ping Cherifi. Small fly from trees and trees as if trying to decide which one fa pay to seemed p brought to light by on. Vance people sent and relax. Und- a heavily decorated prompted if counted hand young and old to admire. Have a fresh Cherry possum and enjoy a pet. Her togetherness ancient tradition of Ewing. Flowers is called I. It seems to be a much appreciated tradition some honey because pro picnic baskets of events. A singing this toutic songs children hockey chasing one another around the trees. Everyone seems to be celebrating springtime. He continued your home enjoying the pox. Lively Atmosphere Matto way. You Love Era Cherry Trees Everywhere. All blaming each one of them at. Miot and fight. There's a reason why this pocket so crowded. It has Christ two thousand Cherry trees. Hikes planes proudly Turned into daydream mansion lying in the crowds blooming train. Your own ally. Quiet not silent. The sweet fragrance of the cherry tree attracts passing. Be An taught ladybugs colorful F- Our patio's contrast accounts blue sky. Fan Choi Ing your dream I'm breath players coming to you all of the Pong following. I care you leave a main minutes later You reach law. What instructor enhance a traditional Japanese caked may have to two pence? Celtic Kevin Pyrex tongue beams. I point out the symbolic opening monks transition in to a sacred pace to making a quick stong visit own shrine this. I kiss almost empty standing in stark contrast the bustling PA. It has steph. Wouldn't pelting premise different era? Japanese land paint it black call and ret has a fountain Spewing Crystal Clear Order. Even if I need just arrived here man with a sense of your body heals relaxed. Deal MIND is here only sell of those the chopping the quiet have y'all stance firing the old religious buildings. May I entirely have Japanese? Cyprus anew in an Ulta woman is praying to tie and she's wearing traditional Komo news Common is Red Silky and Cornerman with Cherry Blossom Pat It's beautiful in color. And meaning you think next shrine crowns not as crowded palm with fewer people around. You take the opportunity to walk up to the Cherry trees. Each stamp area is Paler even more impressive class depending on the variety in tests some cherry trees a still yet to of are already ill with blossoms and then ah a few of patents. Bang on the ground to the park of the trees as great you. A mixed face except a thin horizontal lines. A sign of a presume if pick tree and send it's blooming. Prompt each tree is different than the next. Some of them have white petals while South Pinkish. Here's the number of battles stiffest from trees. While to most cherry blossoms have five petals. There are exceptions. Some have more than fifty hake says delight to various to find out more. You ask I see her if she knows. Any Japanese legends about the Cherry Blossom Season Two. She peed to see your entrance casing hang the flowering trees. Now she begins has story Long Time. Macau Sprang. Punky. Ooh Didn't in spring didn't know when stays or call the Sun Hint. Smokey clouds hoping one day to its let's Seen seasons struggling yeah off the and one very to site at to help Caressing into snowy ha the ferry explained the importance of Latin. She told in Tom. Even if it leads would be forgotten. Season would come back every and could be just the same. Quinta was hesitant to say. The farry made prominence sprang. People will see Cherry Trees Buxom. They allow the delicate possums. Just like they love the matching the fastest snow. It would be the most loving foul peel with the fairies promise to enter greened the same day the Sun regained strength and grace sky with have been. The ferry descends from this guy at the end of winter to the Cherry Trees..

"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"In lock today Since ancient times the Japanese appreciated Cherry blossoms because of that beef team volatility and ephemeral nature Nowadays people associated with the idea of destiny and acceptance of which is out of control Deering cherry blossom season people throughout Japan. Spend that time outside trying to reconnect with nate. This is also one of our goal. Today I cur says smiling not far from your meeting. Point is one of Tokyo's largest parks the first trees creating you at the entrance. A tall old chestnuts like faithful cards at the cost of cake. They line both sides of A. Why football admiring imposing stunt.

"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"Feel it's warmth creates space and ease spreads through your feet up your legs to your waist until you're up to these warm race melt away any discomfort. They continue spreading up your chest and your back moving into the shoulders down the them reaching your hands and fingers now. It spreads Soviet neck in throat. Massaging your vocal cords. Finally the light spreads over your head and face covering every inch of your body. Your whole body heals relaxed and renewed. Now let's turn to. Our story begins in a quiet park in the heart of Tokyo. The morning sun warms your skin as a cool breeze rustles through the trees. Only it's a beautiful spring morning. You take your hat to feel sunlight. Kiss your forehead. Oh cold and Ray. Caresses your face. It's gentle reminder. No matter what happens around here Today his outs hoeing down and enjoying a wonderful spring. A woman. This shy smile approach. I cur your kind. She says as she POWs had slightly for her voice his son and ten with pleasant accent. she's lived in Tokyo her whole life and is looking forward to showing you some Favorite Cherry blossom spots to stop smoking. I gives you a little background on the history of Cherry trees. Sikora as the Japanese. Call the Cherry tree who is a gift of nature that has inspired many generations in Japanese culture? Cherry blossoms are rich lease in Bali who with slow stamps if ally and she talks about the cherry trees brief blooming period which is highly dependent on the weather in Tokyo care. Cherry trees bloom at the end of March or early April B..

"tokyo" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So not long ago. The Tokyo marathon was held. It went forward but it was held to just a few hundred elite runners. Tens of thousands who had registered were told to stay home and there were no spectators so it was held on mostly empty streets which was an eerie sight here in Japan. This is now what sports looks like an age of Corona virus. Typically it'll be tens of thousands of fans lining the streets to cheer on the runners right. How in comparison? Nobody is here and got me wondering. Do you think it's possible? The Olympics might proceed but there might not be fans or spectators allowed to watch. That's definitely an option and it's been we've seen it in some soccer games especially in Italy. I think before the bigger outbreak in Italy. We saw those kind of closed door events but yeah milly more than a million spectators usually go to the Tokyo marathon. It's one of the biggest ones in the world and they weren't there there. Were just two hundred runners on these quiet streets in the photos. Yeah they're very eerie. And I think it's certainly a possibility but I don't know the Olympics. This unifying thing in the world that lack of not having that I think is something that is weighing on the minds and it's not the best thing to think about Kelly along those lines. There's billions of dollars wrapped up in the Olympics. What would the financial impact be both Japan and the I o see if this was canceled or postponed so the official budget for the Olympics? This year was between I think it was upwards of twelve billion dollars but we've also seen estimates put north of twenty five billion but one expert. I talked to actually had something. Pretty interesting to say he said basically now all the construction spending is done and they expected the tourism revenue to be pretty big but tourism. Revenue is just one percent of Japan's GDP. So they weren't necessarily looking toward that even as such a big deal but you know. There's the television deals. There's the marketing campaigns. There are billions of dollars still at stake. You know obviously money is never more important than a life but that is something that's really also has to weigh on the minds right and then you also think of the money spent by the athletes and the teams in the countries and how much time and effort that they've been planning for the Olympics for years. Your story. This week is about the Olympics. But it's not the only major sporting event potentially affected by the Krona virus. We talked about the Tokyo Marathon. What other events and Games are being impacted by this around the world so sports are actually feeling the impact around the globe. It's not just Japan. The world indoor track and field championships later this month in March in China have been postponed. Soccer Games in Italy in China have been cancelled. Postponed played behind closed. Doors the Formula One actually. The Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai scheduled for April has been postponed the LPGA had events in China Thailand and Singapore. Those have all been cancelled. So it's it's definitely impacting sports everywhere. Well what about in the US? I mean we're starting to see more cases here in multiple states. Do you think it's possible that major sporting events could also be cancelled in terms of here. I think it's been a little bit slower here but it could easily pick up in America like it has an Italy officials. Here are warning that really could happen. I think precautionary measures right now. Or just what we're hearing about you know here in the NBA. We had some reporting on. Espn about not shaking hands limiting signatures. Just doing fist bumps major league baseball just announced that they're not planning to cancel or postpone spring training or regular season games due to the corona virus but they do have an internal task force to deal with any no possible things that might arise from krona virus in the coming months. I know the NHL is doing some preparations. But I think right now. They're kind of keeping the surface level in about two weeks. March madness starts and so that means sixty teams in all of their fans all packing into basketball arenas watching these games and the National College Players Association actually suggesting that the NC double a. and the colleges that are going to be part of March madness seriously. Consider playing those games without the fans. Thanks so much Kelly. Thank.

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"tokyo" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Hi Kelly Hi Kelly Cohen is a reporter for. Espn this week. She wrote about Corona virus in the preparations for the Tokyo Olympics. So Kelly the International Olympic Committee is holding meetings. This week in Switzerland. They're going to be covering a lot of issues but obviously what everyone wants to know about is corona virus and whether it will impact the Games will what has the committee said right so actually two people spoke from the committee the President Thomas Bach and Mark Adams who's the spokesperson for the I. O. C. And they said more or less the same thing and I would say that they are very strong and resolute in their statements that July twenty fourth. That is when the Olympic Games are opening a vase. Have the game's going ahead from all of the competent authorities. You can have all the speculation that you want and I would love to give you a good story but the fact is there's no reason for not plan to have the game starting on twenty four July and then Thomas Bach. He also spoke. He said more about the same. All the wing of the regular information from Task Force. We remain very confident with regard to the success of these Olympic Games told twenty twenty again July twenty four th. The Olympics are happening. This is quite a change from what we heard last week right right so last week Dick Pound a member of the IOC caught even the IOC itself by surprise when he said in an interview that the Olympics could get cancelled if corona virus continues to get worse if the Games are cancelled. And that's a big. If at this point it's going to be a complicated decision today. We're sort of watching the the. Irs's constant contact with World Health Organization. And all their specialized agencies to to monitor the. Because we don't really know enough about it yet so the IRS's been working. I guess you could say pretty hard to walk that back now. They're kind of all on the same page and if I could emphasize that that page is very strong. There's no need to panic. We're doing everything. We can make sure that the Olympics are going to be safe for everyone. Athletes Attendees visitors from overseas people that live in Japan and I would say they are going to continue to be dot strongly unified going forward as we get closer to July..

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"tokyo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Oh look at this. I really like right. Do you doing Amanda bines. No I don't like this. I was looking at black China and her mom right so I think we should skip over this slightly dark. Amanda bines as maybe engaged news. Let's like not really engaged with that. Let's not engage without engagement. We should however engage with black China's Tokyo. Tony who you might remember from Black China's reality show on that channel whose name I always forget. Cut The camera data as came from a scene in which she fights with her mom Tokyo. Tony is like this. Cut The cameras at us. You know. Cook the cameras so Tokyo. Toni got engaged recently and then she married this man while she was in. Dubai. What's his name. This is name anywhere on this story yet. Nowhere to be balanced or a youtube video in which hold on. I gotta I gotTa like. There's a youtube video that just three days of my life begins but it's only nine thousand nine seconds long and it's video. It's a video of I think an IPAD. I think it's an iphone. Looks like a photo that they take of you when you're at the airport coming back into the country of him and then like oh she okay. She remarried her ex husband gets better. She re married her ex husband Marcellus. Hunter.

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"tokyo" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"tokyo" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Tokyo why thanks all right what happened one of on the streets really i can't to be story thanks people sat never be was to broken shatter team many scars in the morning part is good is grace back the man that i use everything comes everything i think everything days got a hope dad i'm sure have have.

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"tokyo" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tokyo" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Much as being responsible for a deadly sarin gas attack in the tokyo subways in 1995 right i do remember that it was it was very confusing time for all of us yeah it was super weird and end because it was kind of the major event they perpetrated yeah western media didn't really spend a lot of time on the my the less major events right that were associated with these guys who are there uh i'm shinri kyo which is also goes by the the term lf um like alpha but kind of misspelled is a sin critic belief system uh and a draws on the founders i really idiosyncratic ideas incorporating indian buddhism tibetan buddhism hinduism taking sheva as the main image of worship incorporating millennia ideas from the christian book of revelations yoga and the writing of nostradamus so sounds good so far so the and that's it that's a term that we can talk about in in greater degree later but syncretic is what dear listeners i'll bet a lot of your friends and a lot of people you know uh a habit they have incorporated where they're like well i don't like the bible but i liked jesus right um and we should all listen to the dalai lama that syncretic it's called picking and choosing y'all picking and choosing and so while your well your your high school drama teacher may have had a syncretic attitude that picked the nicer things for many of the world's faiths right that is not what elm should recuse did okay so good good cause that gets boring really they pick some of the scariest shit.

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"tokyo" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"tokyo" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Really on average appreciates the tokyo dome moment the way actual wrestlers do and japanese fans do but had i woulda helped a little bit but honestly you want to go through the the locker room and talked about how many other people that you probably would have pot more to find out kenule meg was having a match with is it jericho v expect if there was going to be one to expect wouldn't have been jericho i agree with you though i agree with you on all that it's not a cited by the way now is not a more exciting than you are to see the match probably but i do i do think that if it was announced for us mania it'd be a bigger deal then being announced forearm russell kingdom and i do think there are other people on the roster who i think kenya where you can have probably a better match with probably actually i will say about it definitely a better mattress well i'll leave that and say probably and i'm tend to the money because we have it exactly seen what they do together they're continuing he added that that's a very good point we don't know in jericho works well with everyone so jericho will absolutely put on a good match i mean listen he's chris jericho i never implying that the guy can't be amid unbelievable moraine i'm just saying to me over the last few years in ring he hasn't felt the same he pbk lissette it catches up with you know one russel's the same almost noone goes back and it's like all those matches i had when i was like pushing fifty were as good as my matches when i was twenty nine real quick hold on.

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