21 Burst results for "Aban"

"aban" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"And i actually. We're having a cream. Puff from show now bastards. My running down my mouth. It's year busted love you. Would you questions so actually. My question is see raj. And i heard you guys talk about newcastle. And i just wanted to ask you would. Would you ever disown everton to say this happened. That saudi arabia bought your beloved toffees. It's got to be hard for long term fans you know. What would it change your feelings about ever and if saudi arabia bought the team incredible question an incredible question. Well i think yeah i feel. I've got a very question. Which is if donald trump or everton football club. Where would you be. Where did where. Where'd you think. Every well collected the same question of everton. Coventry chang on the for i was there i mean god i mean foof that. It's a fantastic question. I mean i wanna say that these newcastle funds. The reality is i feel for the the american. You call so fans on mores w jeff. Oh pay i'm going to take a couple of calls from new funds in america i love that. Quandary that i chose to support this hapless. Losing team of loads of tradition. But am i going to do about all this. Losing when he comes that's one thing but these newcastle funds man. They have suffered not just in football. Football by the way is so intrinsically wound into the history of that city the stadium arizona the heights of the city in the middle. When you drive in. It's like a temple. Saint james rock in the middle of the city football and the memories and the glory. And hey rose. I mean they are. It is part of the civic pride and the city's been being down. It's refound some meaning is still an incredibly cool safety. But my god industrially coleman claps. It's a city that earned the dreamt to be written out by the south. And so i understand you know in newcastle. I do understand when when. When theresa tested a goal we can fix the human rights abuse. We just wanna win leads enjoy. I understand that. Pay not suffering that that that just anger up for the mike ashley told the leads kind of these statements. They we don't care about geopolitics is simply fly. Day say sumo makes football funds. Carol knew about football and manchester city funds. Don't want to say patrick. Dollas chelsea funds from being only stuyvesant ruined by an iranian oil investor. I don't know whether loneliness to become. We may already be supporting team. Whose middle of coming in. That have done awful things. But i can say that. I can say pretty assuredly as a look up aban curve of holocaust books primarily the offensive him staring down a make i if i was ucar but again by that proves i'm no normal human being. I'm aware and challenged human being. I'm a limited human being i. The kashogi thanking several polling by colleague. Who is an american. I said the only get to the football stuff Say if everton data and this is a hypothetical and i don't like to deal in hypotheticals they happen. They goes against everything. We're a community team. We laugh we left with crap on the failed. But those who win the game fit like serving the community. That's all i care about being. It would be an abomination. But i can say dave maybe you could say this is chelsea founded by complicated human. Being right i feel understand new guy. I understand horror. I understand to me is a moment of awfulness but i understand why you call so funds. You'll be like so that we didn't. I do understand that. And i wish they understood it differently but i do understand that i understand that the i mean and then we can send something. I believe in the horrific out cry of this movement for football for sports in general david. Is it chelsea. i'm going to what i'd say is ownership. I think we've spoken about this through the super league drama. We've spoken about this. a lot. is the ownership feel club. The person who actually owns your club owns shares shares neo club is only one element of the ownership of the club and in some ways. The person who owns the majority of the shares in some ways. It's just the custodian of the clubs. The clubs still owned by their fans. Historically those were just the fans in the local area increasingly those fans other people on a global basis who all the the people that feel ownership over the club. So i i think that if you know very often there's so much bands in football and so much criticism of ownership comes from rival fans. I don't think it's gonna make newcastle fans. Feel any less passionate about the team. I think they're gonna certainly have you know south taste in their mouth. You know every so often. I certainly do as a chelsea fan. I'm sure man city fans if admitted you know probably due to i think man united fans about blazers. I think it's you know they got some do. What's his name. Nationlly gallagher came on share and he said the ultimate. I feel we've suffered. And we've we've been in the wilderness. We deserve the suffering. And i love newcastle funds. Fulfill saying david. Yeah maybe maybe. I can tell you how i feel a little bit. I think there are fans of all teams who fail Who feel pretty. Similarly a pumpkin chewing just lost forty twenty two by crapping in the fourth quarter which was on the espn. David was on the espn. I mean the the the only street is It's a i mean. It's a bloody this i will say..

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"aban" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST

"Vaccine now this she was going to pick up her mom a friday the instructor and see this and then her mom was dead like four days later kind of thing and you know those kind of stories like damn. Yeah whatever it is. It's causing someone to die. I don't want that to happen right. If it's something that you could prevent you could easily prevent. that's right. that's right. So i have one guys. Yes all right. Do we talk about reunion records a lot. No in passing but not often right. I think i think both answers are correct. I don't think we talk about him too much. I think we talk about them here. And there in passing and and have bought a few. I don't wanna focus on any reunion records prior to twenty ten because that's essentially ancient history to a young lister. But i do want to bring up a couple reunion records. And then the way they're received in or perceived and if you guys have any other examples of of reunion records where aban broke up and got back together to record so the two i think of from the last decade or so are the no warning torture culture oj. Which was the first. They did a single before this they went. I actually did two singles before this resurrection wolf resurrection the wolf and then there was another one that i can't remember the title of but i think it came out as a flexi locking out. But they do the reunion. Lp torture culture in trapped under ice heatwave right. In in your estimation how were those records received an individual or or both but to your memory. How were they received quiet quietly unfairly quiet for both largely agree i also ranking. I also remember a little bit of negatively about the ty because it wasn't what some people wanted from them right. But i think the same could be said about the no warning record. Sure sure sure. But i think like both bands were victims of their own success. What i'm saying you weren't getting fucking you know one more kiss good night or fucking still blood or blood yeah right you know what i'm saying like you weren't gonna get that they're different people talking ten years like it's not gonna be the same and i'm guilty of like how to be like man. I really wish. I wish that to you. I was a little bit more ignorant torture short. We and then a no warning thing is like you know like i remember hearing. No one can be like this rackets filthy. It sounds fucking filthy. And i liked it a lot. It's not ill blood. But i don't think it necessarily needed to be no. I think both of those records are quite good but we're just kind of overshadowed because in the in the because they were brought there recorded after you know the the kind of under the of a reunion right so like those. Reunions are based on big. Kiss goodnight secrets. World and fucking you know l. blood yup seven. You know what i'm saying like you're you're thinking of fucking warning as the at and then then risk makes people all become fucking animals so like they're already kind of build up to this like like it's at a fever pitch no matter what you would have done but it wouldn't have been what people want it unless it was like..

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"aban" Discussed on IDMC Movement

IDMC Movement

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on IDMC Movement

"Is free indeed. And i want you listen to me unless you're washed by the blood of the lamb. You cannot enter into the kingdom of god. It'll be too late. Are you ready for his coming. If you're Saint i wanna ask you this question. Are you ready for his coming. And when he comes you know what he wants to find. He wants to find that you and i are doing his will. That's why don't procrastinate. Don't be a person who says. I don't want to lead a life group or i don't want to bring lead the small the the. I don't wanna be accountable. I don't wanna do this. No no no. This is the time for you to step up and do what god is calling you to. Do you know what god is asking you to do. If he's asking you to reach your neighbor do it. If he's asking you to talk to that coworker do it. If he's asking you to forgive that relative forgive if he's asking you to reconcile in your managed reconcile if he's asking you to lead a small group lead if he's asking you to share the gospel with your children do it. Today is the day. Do not delay it because eternity the tunnel. Eternity off people's lives are at stake story was stalled. This is covered by cnn. Aban by the name of kumar. He was working as an indian national who was working in singapore a foreign worker and when one day he was He saw on television. That there is a nami. that's coming. There was a huge earthquake in indonesia and as as he saw that news. He called his hometown in india. In st col pondicherry as tiny village of fishing village nulla value and when he called his sister there and said i want you to gather all family members and go to all the neighborhood and austin all run to the mountain because a su- nami will come very soon won by the brother. The sister gathered the entire religion. They moved up to the mountain. Yes the soon nami did come to that village. Hundred and fifty homes were destroyed. Two hundred boats were lost that day but not a single life was lost because everyone was saved because there was a timely phone. Call by one brother who cared in. Who understood the urgency had made that call desperate call so that they can be saved church. God has left you with a mission on earth to reach your friends your relatives associates your neighbors and your service provider that things are accelerating and he is coming again soon..

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"aban" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

The Drive with Paul Swann

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on The Drive with Paul Swann

"This point. Marshall got beat by middle tennessee by six points. Six turnovers lost by six. Marshall gets beat. Thirty four twenty eight. So what are we going to do to fix the problem. If you're marshall coach charles. Huff what are you going to do. How do you fix the problem. What are you going to do. And maybe you can talk about trusting the process closing the gap and you can talk about all those things that you're trying to to bill with the culture but at the same time what tangible things are going to happen need to happen to fix problem or is it. Maybe less of a problem. More of a okay. The inexperience of showing the youth is being exploited. Marshall doesn't know how to finish yet that they're learning a new defense. They're trying to put it all together. What is going on. But at the end of the day the only thing that matters as far as fans are concerned wins and losses. So how are you going to fix the problem. So if you were the head coach. Thundering herd and putting you in charge. Or maybe you're in assistant coach today. You're an associate head coach and assistant coach. You're going to be in the room. You've got five minutes with coach off. We're gonna say doing say coach. This is what we need to do to fix the problem here. So we'll take your taxed wall so get your phone calls in. I'm kind of curious what you guys have gotten store for me on that also later on we're gonna hear from the head coach of the marsh women's basketball team tony camper had a few minutes to catch up with him earlier this afternoon. He's on the road recruiting but at the same time. He is getting set for the season. He's excited so we're going to talk to him about what we can expect from. The thundering herd with the women got in store for us. So that's coming up as well and as a reminder. We're here at the union pop and grill. Always monday when you come to the union pub and grill it's dollar fifty bottles and two dollar call shots. It's every monday. That's the monday special. Also you can come down tonight. Watch monday night football. It's coming up here on. Espn ninety four point one. Am nine thirty. So if you can't actually get down here to the union maybe watch the game. You want to watch it. Well we got you covered. We've got it on radio if you can't watch it but this'll be a great place for you to come down tonight and watch monday night football and we've got that for you. You're on the air seven thirty our coverage right here again on. Espn ninety four point one and am nine thirty okay. So the tech machines now fired up. It's open for you at three zero four five two three two two seven. Five phone line is yours as well. Eight seven seven four two talk. That is eight. Seven seven four to eight to five five. Let me get you started every time. Marshall plays a team in conference. Usa and has a loss. It feels like that someone on that team is going to be named either offensive defensive or special teams player of the week. Well here it is week one a conference. I'm going to start charting. This marshall loses in conference. Marshall opponent gets an award so read blankenship. We told you about him. That young man is outstanding. And he's he's legitimately the real deal. Well he took home. Defensive player of the week had a huge performance in that game. Against marshall had seven tackles a forced fumble fumble recovery's one of which he returned ninety yards for a touchdown by the way and a pass break up. He had an outstanding time against the thundering her. Do you not agree. So if you're going to give a award to someone that guy earned it. And of course marshall assisted in all of middle's endeavors turning the ball over six times. We're going to try to break those stats down for you here in a little bit. Look over once again. Maybe wear the thundering her could have done better. And the first thing got circle is okay to interceptions. You don't want that turnovers. You don't want that and you still were in a situation where you could have come back and won the game. You were down by six at one point after everything that happened. So is that a positive or does that add to the disappointment of the loss. And another thing. I'm kind of curious. Where are you at at this point. Marshals five games into this game number six is coming up. Marshall was one two games and then lost three straight. Where are you at as a fan base. Right now are you. Are you still waiting. See okay we're to wait and see how this season goes. We're in this for the long haul are you. I'm done. i'll see you when it gets turned around are. Are you in that part of the day. Are you somewhere in the middle. Where are you at with this. And i'll throw that out for you as well and again. The text line three zero four five two three two two seven five. That's three zero four five two three two seven five if you have either an idea of what you need to do to fix the problem. What is going to have to happen are going to have to maybe start. Some different players are in a bench. Somebody does grant wells. Maybe step aside for game does aban come out do you. Maybe change things up a little bit. Do you have some different players. Come in on the offensive line. Do you have some different players. Come in on the defensive line you shuffle things around a little bit. Do you stay the course. So all of these things and more are things that you could possibly suggest to the head coach. What is going to be done to fix the problem. So that's our question of the night and again one more time before we hit the brake the text line is open for you at three zero four five two three two two seven five and of course the old fashioned way we've got the whitelaw phone lines at eight seven seven four to talk eight seven seven four two zero eight two five five so we'll get into all of that. We'll take a look at what happened in conference. Usa marshall losing among many games that you want to look at and go okay that that was an interesting score to say the least so run down what happened conference usa. Say we're going to hear from tony. Kemper get his thoughts on the upcoming season. So looking forward to that as mentioned your phone calls we've got that and we're going to look at old dominion it's early. This is the way too early. Game preview for saturday have not worked on the defense just yet. But i've been working on other aspects of this game so i've i've kind of denna fide the players to keep an eye on on the offensive side of the ball. Kind of have an idea of what this team looks like an identity. We'll talk about that with you a little bit later on as well right now. Marshall going down points per game going down as marshall has scored less and less marshall scored forty nine against navy forty four against nc central thirty eight against east carolina in the loss thirty against appalachian state the loss. Twenty eight against middle tennessee and the loss going down with the offensive capabilities right scoring less. Now let's be honest to be fair. I think the navy and the nc central game skewed data little bit. We're seeing the range here. Twenty eight to thirty eight. Maybe that's the that's the range of what marshals offense is capable of doing wherever the case may be marshalls now averaging thirty seven point. Eight points per contest will not bad at all. So we'll take a look at how old dominion matches up with. Marshall will hear from tony kemper. Talk a little women's basketball with you will get your phone calls in. We'll get your text in and we'll do that again. Three zero four five two three two seven five. I'm put you in charge now if you are the head coach. What do you do to fix this. What gets done. What gets changed. Or i'm giving you maybe five minutes i'm gonna. I'm gonna connect you conference. Call you in with the coach. You're gonna lay it out. What needs to be done to fix this all. That's coming up. We're here today at the union pub and grill looking forward to hearing from you on. Espn ninety.

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"aban" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Which means he's been marinating in this job for fifty years. So chris i i think i understand. Say kudos to you. Because you know what. I haven't seen anybody in the mainstream the alternative the putative nominal conservative media. Just do the basic research that you dating that. Brief video chris. Yeah and what was really striking to me was that his bachelor's degree was in politics. Yes that's the name not politics international affairs politics. Not political science is politics. And so i'm sitting there. I'm thinking bad. This guy knew exactly what he wanted to do. From a very young age. I think his father was in the military and he had he had it figured out you know he had it figured out. He just like somebody might you know. Move up the ranks at nike or some other corporation google. Something like that. You know somebody might think. Oh you know what. I want to be a ahead of industry or i want to be a big shot here or there. Milley's thought was you. I want to be a big dog in the military. That's going to be my career. And so he planned it from the beginning and so now. He's got the job that he wants. I also make the point in my video by the way just looking this this clip of him here that he does look the part. I'm he looks like a hard ass. But it's manufactured. I mean this is the point. You make the point. That eisenhower could kick your ass. Mainly would probably fall over his you know wattle under his neck and you know the rolls of fat or trip over the medal ribbons if you look at pattern in dress uniform. He's got about three medal ribbons. This guy's got fourteen rows of medal ribbons. And i don't think he fought in world war two like patented. So you make this point. it's it's artifice. chris isn't it. oh absolutely. I mean the question that you raised with your producer is the right question and but either answer is terrible right so the question is does this guy believe what he's saying about white rage and all this nonsense is he really that absurd or is he just playing. The political game is he trying to appease his overlords and the democrat party. Not answer is good but exactly right. That's the point and you know he. He betrayed trump very early on in a very public. Not early on but you remember when trump walk to that church. That was burned down by johnson square. Right that's at the lms antifa onto to the ground. The church where abraham lincoln went to pray before he was inaugurated as president just little small historic detail. Unbelievably despicable act. You know by these thugs right. And what is their punishment. Nothing the fbi hunting on the people that burn down the church. No they're hunting down peaceful protesters literally peaceful protesters from january six. But i digress. After trump walked to the church there was some photos of general milley in the entourages. And general milley comes out and says oh look. That was a mistake. I shouldn't have been there. That was really terrible. And i'm thinking like you worked for donald trump. That's your boss. Show a little respect you know. Stand behind him and say what they did to that. Church was terrible. You know we did not clear the square or to go to the church. That was something that was planned by the park service. Or whatever that nothing to do with us you know. He should have defended trump but instead he stabbed him in the back and i think he should have been fired right then and there. But it's tough to know who your friends are. Sometimes you know. Because i do think that general mills one of these people who probably says everything you wanna hear to your face you know that at the beginning of the administration. He made maggie noises and then when he saw the writing on the wall he he went all pink hair and white rage in. Crt that so he is. He is a political animal. He's not a soldier and he's a traitor. The title for your video is correct. Milli is a trainer. Guys watched the video posted it right now. I have to ask you somebody. And i think you say this in several videos. You still have bodies. Who aren't you know hardcore conservatives or definitely not maga- people who still in the arts industry get any input from them on this whole mealy fiasco do they think it's cool to have somebody undermine the will of the american people in the commodity and chief. You gotta input from your body's who on on the maga- train no and i'll tell you why people who are just transitioning to becoming a conservative or become a republican or you know just moving away from being leftist They're really they're very basic in their perception of what's going on politically because it's very tough. I think to live in the democrat delusion because it's a whole it's a whole ecosystem right. They want you to believe that big is beautiful. You know that that people will find fat people just as attractive as in right. They want you to believe that. I know that's very superficial example. But it's a good example. 'cause it's something that you can see with your own eyes right. I mean we played this clip on the show from well from prager. You you know they want the you if you're in that ecosystem you have to believe that if you don't want to date if you're and you don't want to date a quote woman who has a penis that means you are a transfer i mean. That is the insanity. Chris of the well. They live in a video. I have the second channel called mr pagan right. Talk like this the whole time. And i pretend to be a leftist and defend all their points and i tried to defend biden by saying. Look his plan to leave. All the military equipment in afghanistan was actually brilliant. Because just like millennials have been spoiled and they've all become bisexual so too should we spoil the the taliban and and the more we spoil them the more likely they are to become trans and if they become transplant. Can't live in afghanistan. 'cause they'll be killed so all have to move to america. They'll get american husbands because in america if you think that you can't date a trans woman just because she has a penis then. You're some kind of a bigot. And so they'll they'll marry american husbands but because of sharia law they'll have to obey their husbands so then we'll control the talent. Aban your you have you have black. Pilled yourself into oblivion. That is very very impressive. You got to follow his missile. Take channel as well difference. This is a man who speaks the truth. That's why we're here one on one to speak the truth in this insane insane world somebody else. Who's been doing that for decades. Who's a massive patriot. Who sade new york twice is. 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"aban" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Video in which appear that truly monk to you as a as a conservative coming out of the the hollywood closet was the afc one gives just a little synopsis of that video. Y you think it resonated so viral. Yeah i mean. I think with a lot of journalists. You know. I don't know if i'd consider by salvage journalists but a lot of times. You had just have a confluence of information. That kind of happens at once. You're so reading the tea leaves. You're looking at what's going on. You're asking the right questions right time and in my case i noticed that. Ao see in interviews. Would you know she was. She obviously. Didn't know what she was talking about. She had no idea anything about politics and yet occasionally she would come out with some historical racial injustice. Like redlining. something. I hadn't heard of before she brought it up and so she'd go and talk about these minute details and like throw out names of people historically that. I never heard the names of that. Were in her mind civil rights heroes or something like that. And i'm thinking and how the hell does she know these minute. Details about american history and yet when asked about her opinion on something like the israeli palestine conflict. What the hell. She's talking about so obviously she's being coached right. Obviously there's people who know what they're talking about and saying you know say they say they say this an interview and presumably also telling her how to vote and you know how to you know giving her legislation to get past that and so i started looking into it. I actually went to see pack. And i ran into a senator. I don't remember who it was. And i said. Hey who do you think is Is is pulling the strings of ao

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"aban" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

"Okay. I'm gonna keep grieving. Saw notice him like his pickup out the nc dnc headquarters again. that is the diplomatic. I mean that is the democratic party headquarters. I'm sorry i'm just so. I'm losing my mind of how right i was to. The he saying suspicious having no visible he didn't even have a license plates agus on the front of they don't give much detail Bearing painting on this Bearing painted on swastikas on the vehicle. The copper prost to see what was that and the u. s. c. I need to get familiar with these acronym because somebody tried me in. Because she didn't understand says there guy saw aban that and a machete. Inside plus a ton of white supremacists a capital. Police say that crocheted told them that he was on patrol and that he started spilling hateful rhetoric. The symbols are scribbled on the inside of his door on his term will and the side view mirrors. What the fuck dude. So you waste. Listen let me tell ya don yabu. So you'll go by a vehicle. If i got into lead the economics and the the if i've got the economics of gist commerce so you go out let me break down. I mean breaking in so you go out. Purchase a vehicle. I don't give a fuck if it's used to the core or brand new you go out you spend your heart on money that it takes very hard in america to make especially right now and i don't fuck if you had this vehicle thirty years less is thirty for nick so you can go out. You had this vehicle you go and you you spray paint or you paint all over your vehicle swastikas right. 'cause mickey i guess it makes you feel good in your soul. It makes you look stupid to everybody else. Stop but you paint these wash retract. How then you go clan. Plot that's foil because everybody's looking for the light. Listen white people. I love you. I come from a very diverse bedroom even to the dna. That i can track. I come from ray divers vagrant. So don't have no hate for anybody because how can my roots my lineage. I can give y'all like. I know that i'm ninety. One percent african. I'm sorry from gives right. I'm sorry. I'm ninety percent african eight. No i'm ninety. I got gotta right. Ninety one percent african eight percent european and one percent native american. I know that perfect. So now i look at things a little bit differently. Because how do you juggle your lineage. How do i be mad at the people that came here in conquer my people demanded them though i feel like that's a deep selected free But isn't juggle narrowed. I know my lineage. And i know. And i'm still learning every day because every day is some new information that comes forth but what i know. I know that i'm ninety one percent. I'm sorry in ninety. One percent. African eight percent european in one percent labor market and would be knowing that it's very hard for me to jump on these situations but with me knowing that his european is a far stretch. I do know the breakdown of but it had weird goes but my problem with this with this. All of us have a mix within our dna all of us. Don't give a fuck who you are. It's a weird mix like my mom's makes us not the same as mind. She has donated. Native american heritage. Now i know that comes from my father's side you fill me. And this probably deeper aids go to the The fraternal side of our family. Because you have to task. Blue sides One thing that i do know would beautiful. Is that one person on my father. I has been tested but if deeper steepening in that because they don't all my grandmother's children don't share the same biological father so deep and you have to dig deep and i love this journey because i love history with that being said we got some new documents coming up I decided to name the new segment from bond more with love. And the reason why i decided to name that segment. I've been thinking on the segment for a minute now. I wanna do something that reflected when i came from baltimore and now i'm about to turn forty two and i've been here ever since so. I felt like that should be a reflection. I i feel like i should talk about it. I'm who knows. It might reflect into a memoir. But i feel like i should give you guys a little bit more of that side of me. So that's come in Look for the promos but guess what else has an because we work in your plan with us but we working so.

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"aban" Discussed on Dirty Bird Podcast

Dirty Bird Podcast

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Dirty Bird Podcast

"Thanks for listening. Aban forces at the track dr inappropriate tim's on the ground and the county jonjo dolittle wrong move Jar in the front of the ban in the new york band semi cowboy any last. Step the b. j..

"aban" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

Everyman Podcast Show

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Everyman Podcast Show

"Work working with producers that they basically make all the music right. You put your lyrics to into support that and then you put it out. So that's really where the the newer newer record will come out at and people won't say coming they won't even expect this style and it'll come out and when it comes out people will feel that but it will be completely different won't be promoted or expected and then when it comes out it'll be come it'll come out probably be around my birthday. Is april seventeen. It'd be around that. And i don't know where the future goes from there but with the ban i have. It wouldn't be surprising to have a life ban record in the future. So i would be added. Brennan makes it easy for you to think about writing. Songs with aban. Brandon inspires you through his playing this. I could write that so this are they still fighting there i. It's though some going on out there on message side. i'm gonna go check the with the band. Now who's them for served gotta worry fragile in the band. And with all right near the grease nam. Pretty fucking everybody's pretty calm for the most work. Kelli ellis like you know. I guess i would be the you know the dick of the man. I you know what. I don't trust see right. I'm the guy that's Fucking crazy yeah he would. I mean there's so many but really. I think it's a tie between tale the good night and gave the edge dimissed and good night And the only reason michigan next potato has slowed a little slower reaction versus mr good night. But i think there's smoke pot so that that makes them a lot we're crazy ladies and his on his toes if you're on your toes when you're smoking you're you're on a cloud cloud. He's very firm when he's on his toes so I would say that I would i see you need a nice way to get along with being to establish the roles. They're not annoyed enough with me yet. It will happen. It'll have this issue. This is our in twenty seven episode. So i'm going to say that. The old i maybe by sea bass is the nice one of the group. You mr good night know crazy one minute. Were not aware that suppose. I'm lucky to have two comedians including you because including because of my respect free helping us through means i respect the most the scene or these two guys right here the oh and sea bass absolute killers on the stage so You know again. It just goes back to our friendship. We've all we've had a great. Were history or any of these last couple years volvo on now hung out with each other's fan means we've been on trips. We've all done things together. You know so you know me talking to you like this is just for perspective of the show. But really i know. My homeboys situation brandon ravioli. Your hands like the one that we get to learn about the most inherent abbey. Yeah yeah i thought brennan was disquiet guy till he got on your podcast so so let me ask you now when when you said when you trusted him because his grandma was on point but when you go back to you saw him he looked like the type of guy that does. I never saw coming the way he presented himself on. Your podcast showed me hold on their side of him. So that was your guys who who's a spiritual awakening for the ban but when you met him. Initially think disguise grammars on. He was way more quiet when i met brandon the first time because he didn't want to. I took him to churchill's right brandon during our first connection to women other. I took him to the open. Mike churchill's and he got to see the real craziness and he's saying i'm not quite sure. What the hell's going on. And i didn't see him again for two years. So do some as your friend or this night in the interesting little search out. Hey wait a minute. I know you were artists. Come from out of your bitch so oh well yeah. I did know that place. A diamond can you. Can you hang in sure. Yes sure be. Let me ask you question What else do you look for on craigslist. Outside of hearts good furniture paid your house. That's about it. That's about it. But i was pretty. I mean brandon. I've talked about this. You know so. He's doesn't come as any surprise. Because i believe brandon. I were at the same place. We were looking for something you know when it comes to the kids kindred spirits on. You're probably the first time is that. Hey everything led us to hear you know so magic bad and he founded his podcast on craigslist to we found love alyona. You guys don't have a name for your band. Suggested as a show the last time the seedless worker you know see this tailored davis in the minimalist because the minimalist. Yeah but that doesn't work either so if we only have we only have one gig on the west coast and we're looking to get some new things new year. I'm pretty close to having something at a a bora core gables and So we're looking for some new things but everything happens in the right. Timing your band name if you want to help them get every social media going. Every podcast show on their social media. This really cool. The loners i thought recently was a good name. The load the loners the mask the mask when they give him a car. Think of a bunch of masturbaters on saturday. Make an order to go as long as it gets you to come in the show. Right right come on the show. I don't care what it makes you think of long show. I thought we're finding the best of cre- shout out of the taking. That's that's a good. Sebastian named joe so window album come out on liberty first night in the first week knicks. Wait nine nine. Pm at night in the dark nine in the dark piano gonna jump in. I.

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"aban" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Majority 54

"Let's get to this week and misinformation and jd. Since we have you here we want to talk about the rural votes and how democrats can stop their backside worth world voters in this country and in twenty twenty took an rv to each of the three hundred seventy four towns in your district. Let's just start with what you learn on that trip. Well in in twenty eighteen. I did the same thing. But i went to. I went to all thirty nine counties at least three times and so our campaign was very unconventional in the sense that we didn't necessarily do campaign in a box where you just do call time. Call time call time. I did a lot of time while driving the rv and did the best we can with all that. But we really wanted to get out there and hear from people because in a district that has seventy thousand more registered republicans and democrats. You're not gonna win by just a tv ad No matter how good your tv ads are and so we had to get out there in in to me after these elections i feel like i had this wealth of knowledge and i saw where the democrat party is going in to see where. There's this huge gap in where people are and not. It's not necessarily politically just how we campaign in. So that's where this really kinda started at my partner in this Roy vote dot org. Is matt hildreth. Who runs through organizing organ. We talked so much after the election about like. This is what we should be doing. This is what we need to be doing. And so we thought if we combined our efforts We could really do something special. And so think of carroll county which is in the district here in in two thousand eight voted for obama in twenty twenty it voted for trump at seventy one percent and so what is a county let carroll county not a lot of people don't move in or move out of carroll county but why has that shifted so dramatically and there's a lot of reasons but the number one by far to me and what i saw on the ground in what i see out. There is the missing disinformation especially on facebook. Hardly anybody in two thousand eight was really in tune with facebook the way they are now this district. The fourth district is the number one district in america that republicans and democratic voters are on facebook. And and you look at the top ten things every day that is posted on facebook and there's twitter account documents this seven out of ten off ten out of ten. It's right wing thing it's Ben shapiro aban gino A and breitbart all that stuff in ultimately we have to find a way to get messengers out there in. It's it's not so much the message. It's the messengers and that's what we're really working on. Anything interesting about that is probably a fair amount of people listening to this right now. Who come from parts of the country. That are nowhere near where you are ira from and it might be shocking to them to learn that the vast majority of voters in your district are getting a lot of their information from facebook because honestly they might think that people don't have internet access right they did and so when you think about the small tactical plays the democrats tried to make to cater to row voters like like rural broadband. There's a lot of people who do need better broadband but there's a lot of people who are like i have good internet right right. Those people are voting and they're getting information over the internet. That is deceiving them. And i think your point is the way to break through that. Is you have to physically go to one of the things. I heard most often in rural areas. And i bet you've heard this too was. Wow it has been a long time since anyone came here it in. That's what i talked with aurora a lot about when he was running for president. And in just about you know having these conversations in in going into these places that traditionally don't vote democrat and just talking with folks in you never know I think jason when you came appear to sioux city in in Spoke used your Little anecdote about the first time you went door knocking in how important that was. And i use that the whole two campaigns. No i remember that. And i appreciate it. The basic premise of the whole thing is that most voters aren't actually like going down a spreadsheet of your beliefs and trying to figure out if there's lineup with yours what they're really doing sizing you up for whether you care about. People like them and showing up is a huge part of that like showing up in a community. That doesn't usually get particularly democratic candidates to show up communicates that like would you matter to me. I'm here did you. And this might be where you're going when you show up. What do we say you know. Because obviously what you're saying is going to be different than if i were running for congress in south of manhattan rate What are what are the messages that you find resonate with bro voters. I think the biggest thing is is listen in the more you listen to them the more they start believing in you. I i heard this great anecdote about bill clinton where he was. Somebody was talking to them like saying something that he didn't agree at all in just like really challenging him and then at the end he just goes you know what i think. We both agree and he moved on. And you never know like Certain people you're never going to get a hold of. But i think it boils down to this again going back to the poll that we did with yougov a couple of months ago. That really put a spotlight on this. And this is rural battleground voters across the nation. Eight different Battleground states in our pollster. John ray did a great job. He said this is probably one of the most substantial pulling he's ever done and we just took what we thought would be generic decent rural candidate and and just we put them up against someone who is from the coast. Very wealthy who wants to give tax breaks to the the super wealthy and that generic candidate wins by like thirty four thirty five percent. Then you put a d by that candidate. They lose by one percent. That's what we're up against. And we see. In missouri with worker's rights you see in nebraska and utah in idaho with a passing medicaid expansion. You saw a marijuana being passed in in south dakota in fifteen dollars minimum wage in florida. Our policies are extremely popular right now. So it's not so much that talking about oh this. This one thing is going to change your life in beef for you or anything like that. It's it's about the brand in the democratic brand and it's it goes hand in hand with the missing disinformation that's just being spewed constantly. And that's what we're up against. Let's go back through. The premise of what ravi was saying a second ago. Because i wanna play with it. So you know ravi saying obviously if i were to run for congress in the southern part of manhattan. I would sound different than i would. If i were in iowa's fourth district..

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"aban" Discussed on Establish The Run

Establish The Run

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Establish The Run

"It never happens it in theory. It sounds good. You feel like you've got this value and yet it just never works out. Especially as i think eating more casual twelve team leads gain a little bit sharper in one quarterback leads ten years. Guys leagues were guys taking four quarterbacks and it was out of control and that happens less frequently now throughout my leads. Anything about wide receivers with rosser building. We're we're relying so heavily in best ball on wider. Here's we're taking nine retain ten. We're trying to take six. In the first eight rounds have access to the ceiling about wide receivers in manage. These are placing emphasis on wide receivers in your roster construction there. I like to take more early less total and manage leagues than i really want every receiver and a manager league. I take to have the type of up side where they become very clear. Start and i'm trying especially in leagues. That have three wide receiver spots in a flex. I'm trying to win the third wide receiver spot and win the flax really pick up points a my opponents in order to do that. You need to start drafting receivers very early. You need like six wide receivers in the first eight or nine rounds because there's gonna be loss there's gonna be. Injuries is going to be bi weeks. You wanna be starting four pretty obvious receivers every week so. I'm really focused on getting them early in baseball. I still want some access to elite wide receivers ceiling. But i can make up for that a little bit. Because i don't have to decide who to start you know. You can make up for with quantity over quality to an extent because the week to week variants at the wide receiver. Position is a little bit higher than it is at running back if you look at the correlation from adp to season-long performance running backs wide receivers are somewhat close if you look at it too. Weekly performance the correlations lower for wide receivers. And that just because you. It's more dependent on big plays and whatnot. And you can take advantage of guys that are gonna see the field beyond the field that you wouldn't necessarily start in a manage. Lee you get those guys on your roster every now and then you know. They're going to have a five eighty one day. And that's really good and that's gonna crack your roster so i care more about getting that quantity in best ball and wears and manage really want the high end quality as much as possible. I really want a lot of wide receivers early not that. I won't draft wide receiver early in best ball. But i'm prioritizing more managed yup for sure and for people using our rankings. How should they think about best ball verse manager the white here visiting because if it gets to me in managed leagues. I think i'm way more likely to use around one pick on digs and tyreek and the adams and guys like that. I would be in best ball if you know what i mean. Yeah absolutely and our rankings. We do as best we can to kind of show that in our ranking juicy stuff on digs a little bit higher in our standard pr rankings than he is in the draftkings best ball rankings or the underdog best ball rankings. Now it's hard to sort of separate the types of wide receivers retargeting and this is where you kinda need. Some common sense of the back end of drafts and we'll get into types of players to target in a second here Salt lake the backdraft. You of need some common sense. What format you're doing but our ranks really should try to help you earlier. Where we are propping up the receivers a little bit more in managed versus invest ball. And that's that's okay. Be okay taking stuff on digs in ron one in managed I wanna talk about tradition to the fact that manage leagues. You have to pick your starting lineups. Each week people underrate this that predictability that correlation between how often a guy started. And how often you performs well is really important in managing console. Get to the quarterback position. And by the way i really encourage everybody listening to establish the edge with the oni and jay jay talking about the quarterback position for this year. And how it has changed if it has changed at all. But what i would say is that not only has the ceiling on the top. Six seven eight guys going absolutely nuclear because are such good thurbers such good rhymes but also the predictability has increased. Also so when. I have to set my line up each week. I mean my god. How is somebody if. I'm starting josh allen. And they're starting kirk cousins. I mean my god. They're drawing stone dead right. So how are you changing quarterback thoughts on best ball. Verse minch yet. The big difference is really the back into the quarterback position. It's interesting the way the adp's have shaken out that. I've seen so far at least. Even though we're drafting more quarterbacks in basketball and thus scarcity changes because we're drafting twenty eight quarterbacks get selected in baseball versus in management only be like eighteen to twenty. because seems. just don't necessarily need backup quarterbacks. It feels like the first sixteen to eighteen quarterback like those draftable quarterbacks the adp's been somewhat similar between best ball versus managed. I think so. I think what happens is yours just a little bit. More focused invest all on those back outside of those top eighteen. Qb's who are you targeting. The other guys. Like zach wilson. Sam darnold for example as early season schedule. So he's someone. I'll pair if i've taken a couple of quarterback's like lance and fields in best ball and you're taking a little bit more chances there as far as early in the draft again it doesn't change a whole ton. i do. Think our pockets in the draft in both basketball and managed where you want to target upside at the quarterback position harder to manufacture at qb position in manage leagues via streaming. It's harder than it's ever been before to just make up for that streaming and plane match ups and and basketball wise. It's hard to make up for that quarterback upside with three guys late whereas in the past. Maybe you could take in three guys late. That are you know aban darnold and a derek carr these pocket pass without upside but their distributions used to work together. Okay now. They're not matching those elite quarterback so like round six. You've got five to six. You got the deck cuyler. Josh allen does tides. I think those are options. I'm looking at their in. Both leagues around eight to nine. Jalen hurts joe borough. They had that big ceiling. Nobody getting the teens rounds. It's guys like matt ryan tannehill and all the rookie quarterbacks i think so actually not a huge difference in i'm approaching mike. I you invest versus managed. Okay but i do think that there is a difference to set your own line of at other positions right. Because i know that x. player is going to have some big games this year. Picking out when they are going to do so can be really hard especially at tight end. Especially why seaver especially to any words so touched on morality cox can have big games as your. I don't know when they're going to be now in best ball. I don't have to worry about it. Right cox has a big game. He's in my lineup. In in managed. I mean he could be on my bench for all big games this year. Easily right so how do you. How do you leverage that. Or how do you think about that would have to set your lineups. The alley cox example is a good one. I think at the time position. If you're taking three tight ends you can take to very late tight ends. I did this. 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"aban" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

Motherhood in Black & White

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Motherhood in Black & White

"All time if you have one or a few of them oh of all time. Oh well. I always come back to friends which is sort of the white noise that keep on when i'm doing homework sometimes because i'll have to pay attention. It's funny the other one. I would probably say. Let's see here francis an obvious choice. God i can't even think of another one. I don't watch a sitcom in for so long. Which is what. I keep thinking of but i will. I will watch I will watch an hour. Long drama nonstop like upgrades anatomy johnson. And then like law and order. Svu obviously back in the day. But those are the ones. I can think of as a kid. I watched so many different things. I can't think of one that just stuck with me very long law and order. Svu is still on the air. Oh i watched it. When it first came on i remember i watched it and i took a break from it after gauges born. I think we talked about this because it was hard to watch the new mom. I'm back in for me growing up because that was before cable We had like five right four. tv channels. i remember when fox. tv network debuted. Yes like married with children. Yes and then it was like this show called the adventures of being. Baxter oh god yes. I don't twenty one jump street. Twenty one st yes. Yes that's twenty one. St had the biggest crush on both richard griego. And johnny johnny data right. Oh my goodness so all of these things but as a family we used to sit around the tv and back then. Tv guide was a paper book that came in the mail and we would highlight the different Shows we want wanted to watch as a family because we only had the one main tv set And so it was like well. We had to come to agreement on what show we were gonna watch. I'm seventy seven thirty. Pm there was just one show. The family had to agree but we watched the cosby show. Yes a different world. And when i went off to college it was a lot of those. Those sitcoms or watch living single with queen. latifah didn't really do a lot of dramas again. I was into the fun. Yes i really did like the fun growing up. See we didn't watch nighttime. tv together. Because when i was a kid my dad was in charge of what was on the tv at night. So i really only watch deflate during the day. So i guess that's why can't think of anything really that we watch together as a family. Because if he was home he was watching. What even though. We didn't have say there was no say there was no say there was no code collaborated decision. It was like dad's home. Go find something else to do unless you wanna watch footballer the news when we were listening to music Growing up even now. We talk about today's music and how kind of it's not that great. Okay is trash. We're visually like get off my lawn. You know we really are. But even now i'll listen to the radio or all. Listen noah spotify playlist. And i'll hear songs now be able to go right back to where i was when was playing. Yeah a growing up. My mom not only listen to motown. But she loved luther vandross and a lot of like eighties r&b and then. When i was in school i went to predominantly white schools. Growing up and Listening to things like the smiths that the cure independence road. The fact that i could still remember every word or lyric to these mob version of the lyrics right. Got him right now. Like i try to google lyrics. I was like oh not even close. No groups like men at work. I used to listen to all of that. I missed that. Yeah i miss the music. Yeah i mean. It's still transports me to my mom was really into pop when i was a kid and so you know when i hear wham i hear eddie money like those songs always make me. Think of driving in the car and then My parents were also like into the old country like reba and george strait back in the day so those songs always made me think of them and And then oh my god third grade. My senator living with us and she had that deaf leopard hysteria album. That apple i have this rule reactions like sitting in the car with by stepsister. Who is in high school at the time. And that always gets me. And i was gonna offer. Bon jovi just makes me think of something from third or fourth grade whenever my mom was really in the him. It's wild how music can be that. It just takes you back and now seeing where our kids are at this point in their lives Takes us back always remembering who. I was b. c. When when i was twelve years old and then seeing this now twelve year old it just reminds us of of the circle of life so luckily now bear is digitisation of everything and so were able to record these memories and also lucky for us. Those memories were not recorded. When i was young. Oh thank god for that right. I don't know who i would. Then i'll tell you how i was. She don't need to see the pictures that's not necessary. Never never never so a. d. before children after delivery to different spheres two different worlds But brought together to create who we are now. yeah and they're pretty phenomenal. Women like i said tara. I wish i had known you before you had a child. Because if she is half as amazing as the you now man we would have gotten mockery. A girl i don't know look we talk about the woods. We were before i wasn't i wasn't this loud mouth. I don't know if you would have been on board. You would have like. You're too quiet for me. I don't think so. Well adore you now. So i can't imagine loving you anymore. That's true. well. I mean we definitely had the music in common. I think that would have been our vibe. Our sure back then. Yeah but if you had tried to take me to see that movie seventeen again. In the theater i would have been like those are fraud. No no matthew perry either bessette at it. So podcast family. We'd love to know a little bit more about u. b. c. a. d. and who you are now because we appreciate you being a part of this journey with us and this journey is about to turn one ear one year. Can you believe it. I can't so next week. Yes i'm lovin it. We are going to talk about our journey this last year. That's right we're gonna talk all about this podcast. Our favorite episodes your favorite episodes. We're gonna go back through and just talking about how much fun we've had it's been i'm just so happy to take in this ride with you. It's been a blast. It's been so find over and we hope has been fun for you. Podcast family do us a favor. Reach out to us on social media and let us know what your favorite podcast episodes aban or your favorite moments from a particular podcast and we might just read your comment next week's episode and we celebrate one year of motherhood and black and white so without being said we are one year minus one week signing off. Guard your health mental physical and spiritual and we will see you back here next week for anniversary episode. Take good care. They also just remade one of our favorite songs as kobe vaccine song. Yes i just saw this in the news back. That can i say the word back that have come on now. It's not that bad word. That thing up okay was can we say ass. Okay all right okay..

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"aban" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield

"Everything they have is a gift. Everything are came out of the weakness every blessing day of received and every blessing. They ought to bestow emerged from a cry of help. All they are is grace all we are today. All we are is grace. I wanna think about these words of jesus when i think about this beatitudes. I wonder if he's hinting as he as he throws out this theme of the history. I wonder if he's going back. I wonder if he's throwing back the history and he may be going back to the origins of israel not just as a nation but before israel's our nation it was a person is a person cold jacob into stores if genesis. Jacob is a struggling. He's a wrestler. he's a grasp. Now i know a lot about amish kausar. But he's grasp easily grasp. I've you if you can't do a quick review of a story it. We could review a story this acting. I suppose i of a sense of privilege acting out of a sense of privilege. Jacob takes advantage of his brothers weakness and desperation and he steals e source birthright. You can read about the and genesis twenty five. That's the story of a sense of privilege. Jacob says blind father and rob see sauce blessing. He can read that in genesis chapter. Twenty seven out of a sense of pride out of a sense of injury and arrogance and superiority jacob manipulates. His uncle aban stressed and he cheats amount of the best of his flock. And you can read about in genesis chapter thirteen and we re often familiar with those stories and there. Numerous when i've heard those stories preached and we wrongly take jacob side like these the good guy we often look at it and say well the problem. Isn't jacob the problem was e saw stupid stupid cravings and that kind of thing. We say the problem wasn't jacob. But it was isaac and his favouritism say. The problem wasn't jacob but it was zone ban because his uncle oban jason..

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"aban" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"A great conversation with avi mandel. Aban toss from a southwest airlines flight over wearing a mask you could find interviews like this one and so much more. Would you subscribe to the mike gallagher. Show backstage pass podcast and you can download all of our podcast episodes. Wherever you get your podcast like apple or spotify or just go to mike. Online dot com. Let's get back to mike and ottoman down. What's the follow up. I mean obviously have gotten media attention. A lot of us have written have reached out to you. Because we want we want to share your story but and i'm not a litigation loving guy have you thought about litigation was southwest. Or he going to move on. You're gonna fly again. I don't plan to fly again. Because i just don't want to give my business. I don't think i shooting correctly. I'd say which is frustrating. To be honest because i run a company and i have a lot of south west cars and a lot of points because i fly off and it was a good system had going for me. So that's going to be frustrating to be honest in terms of litigation again. I'm not doing this for money. I don't really care for that right now. I don't know. Even if i have a case i'm even about money. It's just about dignity and human value and common sense for crying out loud. I mean. I didn't even know i saw once in the beginning of the pandemic. No i'm not big. In six months ago i was out to eat. And of course seven feet away from somebody. But it was one of the few indoor restaurants in at the time in florida. And i watched a guy nervously. Try to eat and between every single byte. He was putting the mass backup over his mouth. He would chew he would put the food in his. I thought wow. That's a lot of work. I don't even know how you do that. But now you're telling me that's the official southwest airlines policy. I don't even know how. I'm not trying to be insulting here. This is the goofiest thing. I've ever heard that you've got to put your mask up. You had a damn below your channel you as you ate your twizzlers and that's not good enough. Avi i mean honest to goodness has. Has anybody failed to support you or are there. You got response from people saying the guy got what he deserved. Yeah i definitely have heard that it's more of a liberal response and you know it's understandable here. The judge tell people what to think of what to do. But i have had people tell me. Hey you should just shut up and listen the first time. You don't have to ask questions. And i mean to me that doesn't really make sense but i do believe that if i'm on someone's playing or someone's house i'll follow their rules as ridiculous as it may sound. I do believe that. In this case. I think the problem was is. That wasn't clear on what the rule was i was so. I'm such a frequent flyer. I know these rules. They didn't make it clear that there's been a change in rule and she descent. Hey sir we change the rule as a february that you need mascot between bites to said gee that's weird but i'll do it because i'm on your plane but there was none of that and the second problem was didn't warn me. Say hey sir. If you don't if you don't listen we're gonna turn the plane around right. There's none of the police or stand in front of me. Like what the hell for me. That's a shame. I mean i'm so. I'm so saddened for what you had to go through an embarrassed for southwest airlines. And you know i. I know a lot of people who are so loyal to southwest. You know people love you know you know that you've been loyal to the brand. I mean they've got a good brand. The everybody likes working there and but this kind of policy is absolutely back crap crazy. And we're we're losing our minds. I mean and i and i'll tell you in closing what i worry about for you and confirm or deny this. You're telling your story you're you sound like again a perfectly reasonable rational guy. I worry about the implications for you in other words. Could they're there. There can't be any consequences for you. Professionally can add on what you do for a living. I don't care what you do for a living. I'm just worried about when people tell their story like this do do 'cause they're companies that are punishing employees for this kind of stuff too. So i'm on my own company. Lose lose some some clients. I mean again some clients. It's hard to know a lot of clients. Yeah my point here isn't to to make political at all it's just an express you know what happened and sure. The embarrassment situation situation. I went through. I guess bring air to this new federal rule and it's a federal rule is not southwest rural. I'll i'll make note of that federal policy that you've got to put your mask on between bites which is going to be real interesting when i have some four five six hour flights coming up because You know like you said when they give me the stale peanuts. I maybe i could try to put a little hole in the middle of the mask and eat through the middle of the mask and all i mean this is. We're absolutely and isn't it sad. Avi how the pandemic has become a left right thing. That's what's so fascinating to me. I i'm gonna give you. I'm gonna be. I don't wanna drag into the political conversation. I do this on the radio. But let me ask you about this. A friend of mine pointed out the other day. This has really sort of defined left right. Who's weak. Who's not week in other words if you're kind of cowering in you're fearful and you're you're hovering and you're afraid and you were in to mask or four mask. How about people driving around in a car with their windows up and a mask on and you think what what's wrong with that person. I'm reasonable. I believe in getting a vaccine. I warned my mask all year. I'm careful but isn't it kind of sad for america how this has become a political talking point as you shed a left versus right thing rather than just a fundamental commonsense thing. Yeah it's very sad and again. I'm a all for bringing america together. I believe in that strongly. I hate this divided thing. And i understand both sides and i side with different parts of both sides. I think it's very sad. What's sad is also the the you know the double standard on on a southwest flight. Where you'll pack the full plane middle sites and everything right and then these crazy rules that you know that doesn't align it just doesn't make sense to me it doesn't make any sense. I'm a frequent delta customer and for a long through most of the pandemic. They blocked out all the middle seats. They blocked out the seat next to you. I think they've stopped doing that too. They're all the airlines now. Pretty much packing in. So i don't know where that goes into this decision or not. All i know is whatever you do off air. I'm gonna look it up. I want to try to be one of your customers. Because i i admire you for for telling your story and i hope that you persevere and i'm grateful that you could spend some time with us here on the mike gallagher. Show avi mandel. Thank you all the best. Good luck to you my friend..

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"aban" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on Inside Europe

"The delta variant is spreading through schools and among the minority of adults waiting for a job leading epidemiologists. Professor laurence young says there are some dangers. It is those pinch points even getting into an alcohol. Big events in stadia when you go through corridors confined areas. When you're visiting the lose or getting refreshments over these. I'll pinch points and it possible particularly with a more transmissible variant for that to result in infection so my best case scenario is a few people are infected and we can manage the worst case. Scenario is we we. We fueled a massive spike of infection. And as we head towards july the nineteenth we end up with more and more infections possible the infection rates in the next two weeks ago double and then all we really gonna go if we're in a situation where we have more than forty thousand cases a day. I'll be reading the situation where we can open up completely from over restrictions. It doesn't seem to make sense. And the uk's policy of allowing cases to rise is worrying much of europe where vaccination rates are not yet as high the german chancellor. Angela mirko is calling for a ban on british tourists as she and others fear that the uk could become a super spreader of the delta variants. But with so many. Eu countries reliance on british tourists. Aban looks unlikely. The restrictions are tightening but to many british. Businesses are relieved. The government is pursuing so-called freedom. Whatever the risks for pups. it's an economic lifeline. As assistant manager mark island explained like anything with business. You need people coming in spending to keep alive. Hopefully we're entertaining. An think is an essential factor. These things go in just to keep the industry alive so in some senses just like the football. This is a turning point. The uk is about to bet everything on the vaccines and let cases rise. Unchecked brits are not holding back but whether it's football or freedom england's progress is making the rest of europe.

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"aban" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"This is isis coyote and coyote in this case is spelled k. A. i. white. Ot the album is called mood valiant song we're hearing from it. It's chivalry is not dead. Hiatus coyotes aban from australia. that's been making. i think. Fair to say pretty thrilling music pretty bold music that can also kind of leave you scratching your head. Sometimes your brain just tries to figure out what is going on. And i like that. I mean i like a band span as you. Call me a fan boy. I am a fan boy of this this group since their first. Release this band to me puts out probably some the best soul music today. No soul music either. Like people released sold music. That is Following the trends or rehashing pass. They've created music from the soul. Yeah yeah no. It's very soulful music and there is also you know it has some tentacles and r&b and hip hop in and gloom. So like you say. But i also think dirty projectors you know these songs have a nice threat to them but they also have a they have that similar kind of stutter step that dirty projectors puts in their music that kind of keeps everything off balance nicely. You think about. J. diller did that that's why people love j. diller much because of his production was this off a bit like bring you in in nineteen. She naipaul singer and the rest of the group does a great job of bringing you in to their world and the track. You played the dead one. It's it is a funky masterpiece like future funk load but it's about slug sex slug sex fluck sex. It's a song about sex. I went over me with the song. About slugs and seahorses and i was reading an interview. Why she did she just wanted to. I'm paraphrasing because i don't think from curse she wanted to mess what the hit record formula and write a song about three minutes and forty seconds and it's just all about sex but flipped it on his head like most songs about just literal sex. This is abou about some leopard slug sex mood. Valiant is the name of the record from hiatus coyote hiatus coyote. I have to keep saying that. Name only hiatus coyote all right. Thanks so much tariq be well thank you. Let's do one more album before we take a quick break. This is from the guitarist and singer. Lucy davis and.

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"aban" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"aban" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Effectively. By how beneficial has these two years ben for you. Sort of honing your craft in preparations for this fight. In the beginning. I was leaving and i came to slot show aban had to be g and asked. I uni and flooded. I walked away. I was expecting how was bland. I now west balka. In the beginning it was just a feet may spark grossness to see how wore and asked the days i swallowed up here was like serious and in the beginning it was very over around like you know but iraq and how it ever deeds smart clear. It doesn't mean perfect. You know on every day. Get any answer. The fact off all these styles through wasi chew bought see. Why would work back handle judo. And all this will work for us like so much information. I felt that i was like just that wipeout painted in mma. You're like my friends stalk wispy like now you blue backwash ri- bugs like it's a big challenge. It was very of rounding out biggs more signs now zeeshan watching my style. Everyone going to be expecting meet. You only do so razzle. But i am ready to boxy boxy out i. I actually been doing great and mighty ducks seat range. Rain saves kickboxing like close range. I think it's over there. I am getting mad at every day every day. Now as you day by day. I look forward to be in a cage who now at six s feeling that. It's the same feeling they want to go do my finance. Yeah i was curious what the feeling is like a little less than two weeks. Two weeks away from this fight. Like i'm sure there's feelings of some sort of nerves that come over you before a big jujitsu match or tournament but now there's a good chance that you're going to get punched in the face. Go show you still there. Yep got her back. Yeah so you're probably gonna get punched in the face like in a combat sports atmosphere so like how would you compare the feeling of getting ready for an anime fight. The build up to that compared to getting ready for a big jujitsu match or big jitsu tournament expelled. It is about maintains studying. Like wild aware off is a as bad as age nine worry about title quarry more bowel like bacon stake in it costs like like like biden. Say this nice gift more because that's was pretty much fuss stage off like who decides might be speared. Tahiti like two years ago was yet watching stakes in. I would say.

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Stumbling block: the battle over WeChat

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:50 min | 2 years ago

Stumbling block: the battle over WeChat

"A new battle is shaping up in the legal wrangles around. Social Media APPS operating in. America. The trump administration's attempt to block we chat and Tiktok from American APP. Stores was overturned by a federal judge on Sunday. Yesterday, America's Commerce Department said it would appeal. The wildly popular video sharing Tiktok has been the subject of jockeying from American firms for ownership after President Donald Trump said he would ban it unless CEOS was agreed. It can't be controlled for security reasons by China too big too. Invasive and it can't be and here's the deal I don't mind if whether it's Microsoft or somebody else a big company secure company, very, very American company by it. That seemed to be solved on Saturday when he approved a deal involving Oracle and Walmart. But that still left, we chat a platform with a huge following in China and among the Chinese diaspora if you as battling TV use of which had that would ask. For examples, I can use the. In. The US Li Tang is Chinese but lives in New York Bats. The hub was blocking China's. Savings so The government binding dvd from using the reach hats not means my connection with China is totally being cut off. The administration's wish to block it entirely now lies with the courts, but that battle will be very different from the one over Tiktok. This was going to cripple these we just in America for about three and a half million Chinese Americans who the majority of its users and the California judge has sort of paused this in order to examine. Around freedom of speech in doing this, how Hudson is the economists Asia Technology correspondent. The ruling kind of acknowledges that while there may be national security questions, it doesn't appear immediately that Aban is the only way to deal with those questions and the ban does appear to impinge upon the freedom of speech of those Chinese Americans, and so it's kind of a we're gonNA take a moment here in to check how legal this is and that makes sense because nothing like this has ever happened before. So in in what way What what are the rights that are that are under threat here? Well, it's pretty broad brush. We shot is kind of everything up and both in mainland China and and in America people, use it, use it for loads of different things they use to send money to their families. They use it obviously to communicate to the most obvious analog. There is something like what's up but also has personal finances. It has news it's kind of like. A little internet in a box and for a lot of people that's the whole Internet, and so that's why cutting it off is such a risky thing and yet the fact that it's sort of all of the Internet in a single APP is particularly important in China where not only are other services. Particularly Western services blocked Yukon download them from APP stores in China, things like twitter and facebook and what's up, but the communication on we. Chat itself is censored according to the Chinese government sort of prescriptions and so in a way, this freedom of speech argument is actually a question of whose freedom of speech you know do we want Americans to be free from Chinese censorship or do we want them to be free to use a service that they want to use? It's a it's a difficult question and so on. What grounds is the trump administration trying to ban it. Well, the stated reasoning is that we chat presents a national security risk to America and to American people. As with Tiktok the idea is that data about American sort of intimate data communication with their families. Businesses can be harvested through we chat and sent back to the Chinese government for various purposes. The other concern is that we got sensors conversations on its APP and both of these have grounds. In fact there there's research from the group. Called the citizen's lobby in Toronto which does showed that we chat is censoring various kinds of communication, not just in mainland China but all around the world for its extra China, which users. But there's a more skeptical angle to this on the government's motivation, which is that being tough on China looks good for trump in the run-up to an election and it puts Joe Biden in a corner to sort of force him to take position on closeness with China. To how does the discussion around we chat fit into the the rather longer running one about Tiktok the difference between the two of them is that TIKTOK has American investors tiktok has its roots in the acquisition of an American company, and so that gives America sort of jurisdiction over to talk because America's always had control over investment in the United States, and that's the kind of starting point for the examination of Tiktok and the administration's talk on talk we chat doesn't have that. We chat doesn't have any American acquisitions that formed it. It's a much older piece of technology and it's much more sort of purely Chinese. So the only way that the administration has to attack tiktok is through this very unusual executive order that resulted in a list of transactions from the Department of Commerce. That again important to remember doesn't have a precedent and so you know when we're looking at what this the results of this temporary stay from the judge in California will be. It's very hard to say because nothing like this is awesome before. So in in that regard, the long run outcome of this won't be the kind of division and selling jockeying that we've seen about Tiktok no, there's no latitude for that. I mean the fact is as well that we chats three point five, million users in America doesn't represent like gigantic sort of social media growth opportunity that tiktok one, hundred, million users, a brand new APP that you know all the kids. Are On that's a much more exciting proposition for companies like Oracle at Walmart that are you know supposed to be taking stakes in? TIKTOK. But the other way in which these two things are joined up is in the American government's increasing efforts to control the kinds of things that happened on the Internet and this isn't just about versus China America versus China is kind of catalyzing a much much bigger discussion about what happens online and who gets to be in charge of that. But all of this seems to be getting away from the you know free on splintered on almost entirely unregulated Internet that America pioneered. Yeah. It undeniably is is just a factual observation to say that this source of activity very top down very directly political. You know trumped basically in charge of these things and and a group of bliscoll allies starts to look. A lot like the way that China does business online and I guess that's not necessarily a problem at Priori. But it's definitely a change in the way that America does its business and it is important to remember that it's not like America. Star should this to China has not allowed loads of different American services in for a very long time and you know one. Potential. Outcome of this is that you'll see the people who really need these services using them sort of illicitly. So you start to get a kind of grey market for digital services where your ability to route around the controls that your government puts on. You dictate your ability to access the services you need, and that's probably a bad thing. Hell, thanks very much for your time. Thank you Jason.

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Controversial comeback for Atlantic bluefin tuna

Talk Radio Countdown

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Controversial comeback for Atlantic bluefin tuna

"I caught expediencies a tune appears to be slowly recovering the Atlantic Ocean prompting, fishermen to seek bigger commercial catch quotas and environmentalists to call for a. More conservative approach Atlantic bluefin tuna is one of the most recognizable fish in the Atlantic. And is prized by. Anglers in the sushi industry the fish can weigh one thousand pounds and is listed as in danger by the international, union for conservation of nature a spokesman for the National, Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says international regulators have decided to increase the catch quota for US fishermen by nearly four. Hundred thousand, pounds this year he says conservative management appears to be helping the fish recover from. Years of overfishing environmental groups fear increasing the quarter could, undo years. Of conservation, work

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'Sea lice' irritate swimmers at Atlantic beaches with itching and rashes

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00:36 sec | 4 years ago

'Sea lice' irritate swimmers at Atlantic beaches with itching and rashes

"WMA l.. I'm Jim Bartow Aban suspected in a fatal shooting, in Delaware earlier this summer has been formerly charged after his extradition from Washington DC the news journal reports forty two year old Timothy Stafford faces first degree murder and firearms charges and the June twenty, second killing, a forty, one, year old Sylvester Lee of. Clayton police have said and argument preceded, the shooting at an apartment complex in Dover. The US marshals fugitive task force arrested saffir in. July in Washington Outbreak of. Sea lice as being reported on one east

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Vladimir Putin inaugurated as President of Russia for 4th term

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Vladimir Putin inaugurated as President of Russia for 4th term

"And jean lopez among multiple defendants accused of sexual assault on female athletes over two decades and just as his victims accuse larry nassar's colleagues of ignoring complaints about the pedophile sports doctors abused this law suit names the us olympic committee and usa taekwondo as codefendants among other things both bodies allegedly continued to allow suspect coaches and athletes to take international trips with young women and girls vicki barker cbs news there's now a call for the food and drug administration aban e cigarette flavors geared toward kids new york senator chuck schumer says the fda now needs to step up and enforce the rules on its own books law on the books that prevents fund flavored e cigarettes from being sold there's already i don't have to pass a law it's been done just like it was for cigarettes but no one is enforcing the law schumer is also citing a study by the cdc that is warning teens and children are now increasingly using e cigarettes wbz news time eleven forty it might sound like a coronation but it's actually the music that was played at the inauguration a russian president vladimir putin this is his first term today putin is seen in russia as a wise ruler who doesn't go solving issues at hand but sets a course and then appoints talented young people to implement that course there is also now a proputin group and russia that uses his face as a commercial opportunity they call it though putin brand wbz news time eleven forty one we turn switch gears now to sports the bruins season came to a very well disappointing and yesterday down in tampa with a five game series loss to the lightning however the celtics can ensure there's at least a couple more weeks of playoff basketball around here with a win tonight in philadelphia sees can sweep the sixers in game four tip off at six it's an off day for the red sox by wbz's adam kaufman has injuries on the brain let's go now onto the as hticket dot com sports studio red sox won their third straight yesterday six one in texas camp before game series and improved to a baseball best twenty five and.

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