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"adt adt" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"And I feel like one other thing that I cannot recall right now. I thought this was astonishing and I had them do it to me. My heart rate checked out against my fitbit's heart rate and I used to wear a device that chat my respiration in that was on par with my respiration. Listen I thought this was amazing. Not because of the technology because this technology was actually in the connect. I don't know if you remember. How Microsoft connect could track your heartbeat? What's cool is they're selling it to hospital systems insurance companies to eliminate a nurse coming to get your vitals you can actually get them Accurately enough through these overtime you'll create a decent picture. I just thought that was a really cool technology. Hopefully marketers are not gonNa grab a hold folded. This see when we're like genuinely excited about buying a product but Lord only knows another device Security Committee kangaroo has a stick on doorbell rebel. That is can get it. They mailed this thing to you instead of having a video doorbell it is a photo doorbell. Takes pictures of you and it's so inexpensive. They're just it's like pop it on there. See I think I think the kids in my neighborhood come over and play photo booths with it all day. They don't get the photo you do. I don't want those kids like they don't come to my house. Get my yard. I N for anybody who is dealing with multiple. Ip cameras in their home. There's a start up called connect and this is advice advice. That launched actually through kickstarter in August. I think we may have talked about it but pulls feeds from a variety of cameras. That you might have this. It's a hub Kevin But the I it offers is actually really compelling you pull those camera feeds it can show it to you on a nice APP and then it does things it can recognize like a USPS yes truck versus a ups truck. I mean that's I can barely do that. Open your eyes but yeah so. I thought this was a really interesting. The company plans for the product. Let's get to the rest of us in the first quarter twenty twenty and some. This is not too exciting. But some of the nicest looking indoor outdoor cameras and Doorbell Camera. Uh that I saw was from eighteen. Eighty eighteen is an. I even told them that. I said you know what they don't look like you guys made them. They're nice and this whole that's exactly what we're going for because this is a very different product model for Adt. This is the Blue Line of home security products for do yourself firs there's renters etc no monitoring fees unless you want to pay to have professional monitoring. This is kind of almost like the wise model because all these cameras have. I'm Mike Rusty Card slots in them. You can pay extra. I think it's two three dollars a month to have thirty days of cloud storage for your videos but if you just want home security from Adt Adt self monitored they offer now. Wow that's a big step in as we talk a lot on the shell about DIY versus pro versus. I do it for me. Eighty always been on the pro side for them to go and the DIY is pretty significant. So I'm sure we're going to have more. CAS stuff after we go through the sands. You'll either see it in the newsletter on Friday or you'll hear it next week on our regular it's still our regularly scheduled Puckett right. We're getting a little loopy here. We're going to go to the terms were now. We're heading off to this end. So thank you for listening. If you want more content on the Internet of things please.
"adt adt" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"I said home home. Property surveillance really with something is crossing the sensors picked up by the sensors. That maybe shouldn't be there. You get notified and you can deploy the drone and the drum will go and investigate and you can remote control in terms of all but it has some learning abilities to see what's what and report back into ten thousand dollars though which they did say. Hey Sunflower lab. Says it'll be much cheaper once they start getting sales and scale this up so if you have ten thousand dollars to spare and you want this go by get all your friends. I buy it and eventually maybe weakened by it to on only giving that has lasers lasers I am the issue. You're not allowed to shoot said V. Two they're looking into but he was joking stand underground with your drone. That's terrifying okay. I'm going to pull something a little less expensive. This isn't actually for us. This is a company called Beena. A is in his B. I. N. A. H.. Dot Ai and this is BB technology. But what it is is a ED piece of software so it's actually decay but it's visa software. That can run on a phone that you spend two minutes looking inside the camera on your phone and you can get heart rate. Respiration respiration stress levels blood pressure. And I feel like one other thing that cannot recall right now. I thought this was astonishing and I had them do it to me. My heart rate checked out against my fitbit's heart rate and I used to wear a device that chat my respiration in that was on par with my respiration. Listen I thought this was amazing. Not because of the technology because this technology was actually in the connect. I don't know if you remember. How Microsoft connect could track your heartbeat? What's cool is they're selling it to hospital systems insurance companies to eliminate a nurse coming to get your vitals you can actually get them Accurately enough through these overtime you'll create a decent picture. I just thought that was a really cool technology. Hopefully marketers are not gonNa grab a hold folded. This see when we're like genuinely excited about buying a product but Lord only knows another device Security Committee kangaroo has a stick on doorbell rebel. That is can get it. They mailed this thing to you instead of having a video doorbell it is a photo doorbell. Takes pictures of you and it's so inexpensive. They're just it's like pop it on there. See I think I think the kids in my neighborhood come over and play photo booths with it all day. They don't get the photo you do. I don't want those kids like they don't come to my house. Get my yard. I N for anybody who is dealing with multiple. Ip cameras in their home. There's a start up called connect and this is advice advice. That launched actually through kickstarter in August. I think we may have talked about it but pulls feeds from a variety of cameras. That you might have this. It's a hub Kevin But the I it offers is actually really compelling you pull those camera feeds it can show it to you on a nice APP and then it does things it can recognize like a USPS yes truck versus a ups truck. I mean that's I can barely do that. Open your eyes but yeah so. I thought this was a really interesting. The company plans for the product. Let's get to the rest of us in the first quarter twenty twenty and some. This is not too exciting. But some of the nicest looking indoor outdoor cameras and Doorbell Camera. Uh that I saw was from eighteen. Eighty eighteen is an. I even told them that. I said you know what they don't look like you guys made them. They're nice and this whole that's exactly what we're going for because this is a very different product model for Adt. This is the Blue Line of home security products for do yourself firs there's renters etc no monitoring fees unless you want to pay to have professional monitoring. This is kind of almost like the wise model because all these cameras have. I'm Mike Rusty Card slots in them. You can pay extra. I think it's two three dollars a month to have thirty days of cloud storage for your videos but if you just want home security from Adt Adt self monitored they offer now. Wow that's a big step in as we talk a lot on the shell about DIY versus pro versus. I do it for me. Eighty always been on the pro side for them to go and the DIY is pretty significant. So I'm sure we're going to have more. CAS stuff after we go through the sands. You'll either see it in the newsletter on Friday or you'll hear it next week on our regular it's still our regularly scheduled Puckett right. We're getting a little loopy here. We're going to go to the terms were now. We're heading off to this end. So thank you for listening. If you want more content on the Internet of things please.
"adt adt" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
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"adt adt" Discussed on Last Seen
"Last seen is supported by ADT ADT presents neighborhood, watch service create lighting scheduled to make it look like your home and view live video while you're away. Visit ADT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how ADT can design and install your custom smart hope backed by twenty four seven protection. Miles Connor out of jail and awaiting trial for trafficking stolen, Wyatt's hated the Rembrandt advice. He just had to find one he settled on one that was on loan to the museum of fine arts Boston portrait of Elizabeth van Reine Rembrandt's sister at the time nineteen seventy five it was said to be worth upwards of a million dollars that particular painting. Was. Nia the back entrance place. So you could get a quick access and a quick egress Connor hatched abroad daylight robbery. This posed a few problems not least of which was Connors butting notoriety as an art def-. His name was all over the papers for the Wyeth arrest, plus that red hair, I believe I had a tan. Trenchcoat way and sunglasses and believe I also a fake moustache. On a sleepy Monday, April fourteenth, nineteen seventy-five Connor launched. It sounds like a paramilitary strike on. Boston's MFA Connor says there were three vehicles with eight armed men one with a machine gun six men positioned themselves near the entrance will Connor and another eve also disguised bought admission tickets and walked up to the gallery on the second floor. They pulled the Reverend off the wall and ran. As was made down the front steps. There was failings of God's came marching down. Connor says he ran the turnstile with the painting the corner of the portrait's frame jammed between the bars, it wouldn't budge Connor was stuck the guards closed in. An accomplice opened fire in the guy with a machine gun. The machine gun. Go off they went right back. The guards stood down Connor with the help of one of his men pushed all of his weight against the turnstile as he freed himself the corner of the Rembrandts Frayne cracked and splintered. The thieves ran with it the van one guard chased them the guy would not let go of painting. The guy ran up to the back of the van in latch, Donald don't shoot the guard. Connor said one of them smashed him in the head with the butt of a gun the guard a retired cop collapsed in the street as they sped away with Rembrandt. Imagine the pressure. The Boston police and the F B I were under to catch. The thieves who stole a Rembrandt in the middle of the day. The investigation dragged on for months without a break. But there was one person who knew exactly what happened. So when I woke up and found that it was John, I know right away. That's what's been going on. He's still the damn Brin. Al Donnelly is miles Connors oldest and best friend. He is not a criminal dhadly is a law abiding music production manager the two metres teenagers. When Connor was a music legend in their neighborhood at fifteen years old dhadly knocked on Connor's door and asked for guitar lesson. Almost sixty years later dhadly is still loyal to his friend. But that doesn't mean he understands choices. I was Jolyon, but traffic don't you of stop? Of course, CONNER didn't stop and as crime derailed his music career dhadly moved on with his own producing bigger and bigger act. He set up sound systems for a wreath. Franklin Dionne Warwick, the Dalai Lama and Super Bowl. Halftime shows. I came off the plane within wallet. And we'll walking off the plane. He had just been shut robbing a frequent bag a couple of weeks before. And he's a real Chea was a cast on up to his hip from the foot to the hip. I'm coming down, and I o my God. Here's the kind of friend Al Donnelly is when Connor would go to prison dhadly arranged concerts behind bars Johnny cash style like in nineteen seventy seven when he got blues legend James cotton to perform with Connor in Walpole state prison. Here's that recording. Never. Around.
"adt adt" Discussed on Last Seen
"Less scene is supported by ADT ADT presents neighborhood, watch service, turn on outdoor lighting and make it look like your home. Even when you aren't visit ADT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how ADT can design and install your custom smart home backed by twenty four seven protection. And by Samuel Adams of all the beer. Sam Adams has ever brewed Boston lager is their favourite Boston loggers distinctive balance of spicy hops, sweet roasted malts and smooth finish is proof that there's nothing quite like the taste of an original Sam Adams Boston lager. Boston beer company. Boston mass Xaver responsibly. Produced by WVU are and the Boston Globe. The guy museum robbery so easy. Wasn't a soon of burglars coming in and do it. So that's when I suggest to them, you know, if you could still a few million dollars worth apart and just put it away. Then if you get popped you, can you know, we'll deal at that point. And then finally using force pull it off here. That's a lot of effort. Yeah. Okay. So the coolest not a randoms not a random. Fab. Why did the Gardner thieves? Take those thirteen pieces the answer to that question. Could tell us so much to in particular seem to make no sense the twelfth century Chinese coup. And the bronze eagle they're not even one of a kind the museum's former director told us she always thought of them as trophy steals. But trophies for whom as it turns out, maybe this guy. Back. Then there was a tree we clung train over and see into the Gartner get the routine of gods. That sort of thing at seventy three years old miles Connor junior isn't climbing trees anymore, but as a young man, he studied martial arts. He was the kind of thief who could and did shimmy up a drain pipe in order to rob a museum cutter wanted to rob the Gardner museum. He says he would have gone for the for MIR and the Rembrandt and his plan for doing it looks an awful lot like what actually happened in? So I figured I knew that the paintings were uninsured. And I knew they would do anything to get the fans back, and so made sense that they would come up with a substantial reward for return of those things in that. That was my plan. The gun. Steal the art ransom. It back miles. Connor says he started casing the garden museum in nineteen seventy five a full fifteen years before the heist. And does he walked the galleries back? Then he says he wasn't alone. He was with another art thief. A guy named Bobby not a Bobby we've told you about though, his name was Bobby did ninety Bobby was typical Italian crook. I would call him a mob six Mazdas what you associate with all guys crime. He wasn't that kind of a crook. His specially it was rugs or animal rooks that sorta USA steel deal with. Collect. Conor and did ninety had eclectic taste lucky for them. The Gardner has an eclectic collection. So after setting their minds on the museum's debt masterpieces which Connor says they intended to ransom back for the reward. They window shopped for a little something nice for themselves when Bobby had gone through the guttering. Guttering for some reason he was attracted to defend Neil. I like that and Chernow was taken. Then there was a bronze did they take a Chinese? Bronze word Connor is referring to the coup. He's a self Todd aficionado of Asian art efforts. I like. Never admitted that but I I doubt dam sure he took that because I told him that I liked that. He liked the nights that I like that. I said I like that thing. Did Bobby did not wind up with that financial were Bobby denied, Ian, miles Connor responsible for the heist? We put the question to the Gardner museums. Head of security, Anthony Amora. I don't like to speculate about who who did it where they are. But there are things I will throw out there. One of my beliefs is that it's likely that miles kinda was the inspiration for the heist. Right. Because it's hard to believe he wouldn't be given. How prolific he was in the decades leading up to it immoral describes Connor as the world's greatest art thief. If anyone did Connor wrote the playbook for how to steal a Rembrandt and more important what to do with it. Once you have it. The question is was miles Connor more than just the inspiration for the Gardner heist. Was he the mastermind? From
"adt adt" Discussed on Season Ticket
"Requiem. It didn't occur to me later that has to do with that has to do with dead people. Randy spent the next eight hours shackled on the basement floor terrified the entire time that the thieves would return to kill him. Last seen is supported by ADT ADT presents neighborhood. Watch service cre- lighting schedules to make it look like your home and view live video while you're away. Visit ADT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how ADT can design and install your custom smart home backed by twenty four seven protection. Besides the thieves. No one knows more about what happened the night of the robbery than Anthony Amaury. Does he took the job as security director at the garden museum fifteen years after the heist? He is the beating heart of the investigation organized meticulous dog you might even say haunted. This case is like the perfect storm for someone like me for to ruin your life. You to have thirteen albatross around your neck forever, because I know that if I go to my grievance successful that I'll go to my craving unhappy person a Maure has access to the FBI's files and says he talks to the Boston FBI's lead agent on the case every day. He has elaborate spreadsheets for cross-referencing details about potential suspects, and he responds to every single tip even the patently Kuku ones because you never know. The first thing more I did when he took over the investigation of the heist was plot. The thieves movement throughout the museum every time a trip emotion center, a dot matrix printer at the watch desk recorded it, and that's when the computer starts reading indicating to guard at the desk was not there is telling him someone is in the veteran investigate immediately. He plotted every single alarm there were hundreds over a floor plan of the museum. The result is a minute by minute PowerPoint that shows that the moving through the museum in if I didn't show this to you. And I told you I would spend hours looking at this back and forth. You would think that's crazy. But when you see it that's as close as you'll ever get to witnessing the crime because that's precise. Exactly how they moved about the museum. So it is it's it's airy it is and tells us that after cuffing and blindfolding two security guards in the basement. The thieves made their way straight to the Dutch room in the southwest corner of the museum just off the. Stone step staircase on the second floor. The Dutch room is named for its Dutch and Flemish treasures, but the room is better know now as one of the scenes of the robbery keep them under three minutes into the heist the vast majority of art heist I've ever looked at take about three minutes. Right. So it wouldn't surprise me. If this Steph was over in three minutes, but the Gardner heist wasn't over in three minutes. The thieves were in the museum for an astonishing eighty one minutes from the moment, they were buzzed in at one twenty four until they left at two forty one and their movements across galleries tell us they were stealing less than half the time around thirty four minutes. It's thirty four minutes. My God, you could have wiped out galleries thirty four minutes would be one of the longest art heist in history. And I mean, one of the five longest in history. So does that suggest to you amateurs? No, it's just to me. Confident these. Confident thieves. Remember, they were quick to get Rick Abbott away from the panic button. Anthony Maure says the thieves had the run of the place, and they knew it. He's not scared pranksters, right? Who are running around with nervous energy? You only have to look at the Rembrandt self portrait etching to know, not only weren't they hurrying. They come because you could just taken it. It's the frame is smaller than, you know, eight by ten piece of paper, but they stood there in unscrewed. The thing is a lot of screws in the back of that frame. The thieves lay the Rembrandt at ching unattainable face down and removed each screw one by one. And while they did that they left behind works of far greater value. The thief standing beneath a Rubens painting taking an etching like I would like to have that acting. But this is a Rubens masterwork if you looked up he'd see Van Dyke portrait just. Cavalierly unscrew this little etching like all the time in the world. And you think though that he he just he wanted to Rembrandt definitely in my mind came from the Rembrandts, I think this bears out they went straight into that room and went right for Rembrandt's. They took all four remembrance off the wall. Sound a mistake that they went to the touch room and by Rembrandt while he's per-capita her per piece of work in his body of work. He's the most often stolen hardest. Besides the three Rembrandts in the Dutch room that the thieves stole. They also took Vermeer's the concert a landscape by Hobart Flink and that Shang dynasty coup. Does that just seem like a a random grab to you? What's the significance of the coup? It does seem like a random grabbing. It's always been a mystery to me, why did they take that? And for years. I just Sumed that it was an afterthought. I was just there grab it. Or maybe they knocked it over and pick it up and just took it or gift for your grandmother or something because it looks like a vase. But then I came across something really unusual told me this was that a random piece, you won't see it. See it. You should feel have you? What Anthony Amaury showed me in his office that day totally changed? How I thought about the theft of that piece. He pulled out a sheet of metal that's about a foot square. And just as he said, it was really heavy the coup sat on a silk draped table in the Dutch room, and it was anchored to that heavy metal through the tablecloth. So if you play it out AKU sitting there thief tries to take it. It doesn't come. And so you figure they thought that just by cutting the fabric, they free the coup. But then cut cut cut still doesn't come. And then finally using force pull pull it off here. That's a lot of effort. Yeah. Okay. So the coup was not a random not random peeve. Ab. Wow. Someone wanted that coup.
"adt adt" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"adt adt" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"adt adt" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Pay their taxes they need that not it evolved with with uh with with uh acts of crime and it they gotta shouted citizenship at protest cruise to say i mean think about it he himself is the son of immigrants whoa whoa with these people who are already here been walking in america any of the serbian coffee it is a tribute to their communities why should they have to go to the back of a wind and wait for everybody who who is applied as of the day before this legislation would be signed a law to clear before they could be trump's just i just don't get it uses to look in the perfect world there is no such thing but this is a finite amount of people they would show this thing called compromise would you get is a reinforced border a twenty five billion if you add sixty votes in the senate this would not be an issue how long are we going to dance around the same thing how many times are going to hosting the show talking about immigration reform and everyone just digs it in talks about how right they are out yeah and look i i iraq holliger gay their to others who taught what is the diversity lottery entered drug or war they every year to eight it wanted the democrats are saying france a family date so i sort of data suggested you to buy column today that somebody might think about operational language for the two thousand seven comprehensive immigration reform act that limited change migration family unification that was endorsed by supported by adt adt backed by senator ted kennedy let somebody get up on the floor of.
"adt adt" Discussed on WLOB
"You know curley he's got the foundation for laid very uh mess you're quite an improvement for the post office department have you uh then in hollywood long only a few days but i like everything about hollywood itself landman uh i know the town pretty well i could show you around some night about a date are you a movie i you would producer no are you a directive no next window played luke maye in the mail that there was something here for me is there something here for me i you will movie noticed no mail no you wanna see on this the jensen he's in charge of that department mr janssen will you take care of this gentleman must address the my name is terrorists than i have post office box number eight twenty four oh mm what to be made me will normal people belong to things like the book at the moment you all blocks is will the gems in harmony also troop buckets so bad patty's all just a minute yankee don't knock hogg fat he melt their own hall and adt adt to hold a stubborn hall hot skillet and something else became the other day here it is right there what are you call this law that is dad's old fashion bothered i wouldn't put in a california winter without it it's good for chaffetz kohl's killed blames at yours worked quicker than a dead cat and its go lectures on mashed potatoes.
"adt adt" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"The better a look a lot of these chemicals that are used in manufacturing make products much more durable lessexpensive less extensive to manufacture which of course that is passed out to the consumer but more importantly and make them safe for you have a a particular chemical called late that it's put in rubber and uh and other last ext to make it softer like i think of a rubber duckie and without that particular chemical rubberduck you would become very very fragile and it could break in a baby's mouth and then cut the babies now so again you have adt adt adt time type of chemical this put in a product to make it safer is in no way a child with out to chemical you actually could harm the child and yet the activists complain about duck chemical that's actually making think safer so again i think it's really important to point out too moms that just because a product may have a chemical in it doesn't mean that that chemical is actually going to harm the child is it makes the product even safer the deserve used they called preservatives so it will preserve playing deeper more viable so you're not quite poisoned yourself because it's expired now you have a really interesting article the cookie dough killer cookie dough killer we're all afraid oh my god if he cookie dough you're gonna die americans have to accept the consequences for their own risky behavior they talk about cookie dough of their way to get sushi and people we're always there's rare stake be they want staked are tower and pay a lot of restaurants as well because it's it can be dangerous unpasteurized french keys we'll have that.
"adt adt" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Twenty six years ago in reporter exactly yeah at such yeah i know but there is a that's the problem is that book crystal bet that the house and hughes he's had a breakdown of he's not the only one obama county you're absolutely right people who here's yeah but he considered smart and solid conservatives and door republicans have had totally i mean you know people who i look forward to reading are on twitter have absolutely lost their minds yet the unassuming some great ones who usually a kevin williams another one brilliant guy national review long form columnist very thoughtful uh facts and figures the men in the now to see him just have tantrums just tantrums on social media yeah the takes its its ugly to watch is almost as if they're having its you don't wanna see people you you admired look like that because it's it's just the raw childish tantrum in they're working through some of them should be seen that they had they feel the need to it in public because an just that they're very upset in the end it yeah and the recent racing to i'm just in that this point i'm just so freeing second i'm just so gasic of the people it's so commonplace in in other boxers i like use it to of with a remake of the day said the height of a benham shapiro yahoo i like he says twoway now that was definitely races this racism that was talking about republicans as well adt adt and so what is racist i don't understand to me it really means something when there was a whenever they are i mean we've had this we actually grind but but the but now with this president you people are looking at the voters in it's not even debated amongst the most of the people in the city's emily to wherever it's that okay the people who voted trumpian they may not be bad in their hearts but they saw and we've heard them all said we they saw their country changing in a way oh yeah that's a load a term uri getting dark matter yeah and the hours of their grandfather's america god gang the in the corner stores now not owned by michael reared in its own something right ray i can say.
"adt adt" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Votes that happen there um see how your members have voted as well so that's a good race source cspan dot org and look for the the congressional krung chronicle um richmond virginia we've got gloria independent line high gloria hi how are you good good how're you doing good um and so far good what's going on within government is kinda says they need when you talking about kids kids life on the line it's that's the meaning the government need to really do something in its here's amir's like two thousand what thirteen or it's eminent shut it down before it was i'm i wasn't merrill lynch can we had two hundred dollars well for houston um i thought them hard times and when that happens it got shut down to one fifty and then i had moved to the gene that help on my grandma what i'm doing a good but my as one atp can she got it twenty dollars now it woods his key three cents in its american peoples and that's the hard part to swallow when american people this really have to suffer and governments not doing nothing and you're grumadaite salang it jim what programme did you say it was adt adt adt the food stamps island her and what do you have stuff like that it's like the american people working hard falling on heart china that's his hurt the most and then we talking about kids got not they're always they kid in senior should be purse huh and government need of work towards something would still an ad um trump needed says really um i think i'll be my high something to back up has a busy a lot of republicans want the n n um saying that if the government shutdown trump you know will be all right like he will back up the american people so that happen god wanted to see that happen all right laura thanks for the call from richmond virginia a.
"adt adt" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Okay so she goes to an outdoor cafe in the daughter pops up she is a huge tattoo on her breast not that that matter if i didn't notice it before she sits down and she's like here's the thing do you know i they broke up because he cheated on her multiple times what david cheat on first why no yeah multiple times and you're not the first really should be had either so i think she's hinting there's been other thailand beauties that he's brought around but she's like and it has just like two cheat with multiple women prostitutes why prostitutes yeah that's right how i did not know that david like a prostitute what is talking about yes so i'm just saying and you know what i'm a little suspicious of you two of me any yeah what are you here four what are you want out of him i just want to be american with david well now you know what what he wants you to be his y yeah he wants to you he wants them to clean for him to fire they say the and to make him some thai food and that's you do like that delight being a slave an adt adt to us so confused right now i don't who is lying aeci lying or david light after i don't know david at all i don't i wonder what prostitue why what i am so confuse i i say okay well by nice really it yeah nice for you to tell davis or grandkid's would still like to say hi that i had to get home to you he have three at that he only have one yeah i told you he had 3 oh well i still want to have baby with david anchor baby.
"adt adt" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Three you can also follow the show on twitter leslie four three you can also follow the show on twitter at leslie marshall and follow me as well adt adt chung tweets that's e d c h u n g tweets before we get into our show this just started off with a couple of headlines we had the everescalating tensions with north korea continue as one president kim jungle and threatens to attack the island of guam a us territory in the pacific ocean where the united states has a pretty significant military base and at the same time that president is calling the president i states senile and bereft of reason we'll just continue without additional comments and wait for a response from fortyfive which i'm sure is going to come soon and president trump is not only a picking a fight with north korea he's also starting a war of words with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell tweeting at him that he couldn't get it done referring to repealing the affordable care act and tell him mcconnell to get back to work i'm sure that's really going to motivate the gop when they come back from be august recess but onto a different topic yesterday we took some time to devote the show too issues that the federal government will begin to grapple with in the fall and specifically the gop tax reform plan that could significantly disrupt the steady economic a jobs growth that started under president obama several years ago and we also talked about the.
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