17 Burst results for "Aganst"

"aganst" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:03 min | 3 months ago

"aganst" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Ask the conductor of the thirty six boss. Everyone froze and turned to look at her. She took her seat again. The conductor of the thirty six boss where the murder weapon was located did not recognize the woman or understand what she meant. There was another fail. Who worked on that boscell cy. However she was never questioned as to what the strange comment might mean watching from. The public gallery was a man who had attended both the trial and the verdict. He's friends had noticed a change in his behavior that week. He became agitated with moments of hysterics. He had something that he wanted to get off his chest and ended up writing a letter to the daily express. It was published two days off. The james hanratty's appeal was denied. The letter read. I've studied the case very closely. And i believe hanratty was innocent. There has been so much confusion and doubt in this extraordinary case that unprepared prepared to do all in my power to seek a reprieve. He saw ended with his name. Padar alfonzo the next day. The landlady of dos house enacted in london called the police in one of her rooms. She had discovered the body of a middle-aged man. A blue exercise book was bought. his body. It contained written letters to each of his family members. The lead ought to his wife. Charlotte apologized for him bringing someone. Hey thought to be a friend but was actually a monster into their house. It was the buddy of james. Hanratty's along sean. Friend charles france charlotte. France told the sunday times that the family had been pestered by kohl's in the late up to charles death. The cole had threatened if handwriting dawes utah. An inquest ruled charles. Death a suicide. The judge refused to disclose the bulk contents of the lenders. Charles had penned two. He's loved ones however they were written quote in great bitterness and great feeling aganst hanratty. Main wall james hanratty's execution diaper four nineteen sixty two to nira in a last ditch effort to save him. James's legal tame lodged a petition with the home office. They sorta pardon in light of the new witnesses that had come forward in real on march. Twenty eight james's father handed in a petition to the home offers. It was filled with the names of ninety thousand. British citizens requesting james hanratty be pardoned due to a miscarriage of justice. They were skeptical of the strength of the prosecution's evidence. Implicating james in the murder of marco gregsten some even questioned valerie stories ability to recall the physical characteristics of her attacker given she had gone through serious trauma. Many weren't convinced that she could accurately identify her rapist. As the crime happened in the dock of nod and she only quote a momentary glimpse of him from passing lot the four days after submitting the petition. The henry family received a letter from the home office. There were no sufficient grounds to provide james hanratty with pardon he's execution would go ahead in two days time. When james hood of the decision he wrote a letter to his father it read in part d. Akon say how. Sorry i am that this is turned out this way but that was not my fault. It was the fault of others. I am writing this letter. Knowing. this is my only chance to thank you and mom for all you have done for me. And the only way i can pay my respect to you on the family is to show. What kind of man are really am though. I am about to take the punishment for someone else's crime a will face it like a man and show both courage and strength and try to make you proud of your son. The not the full. He's death. James was visited by his brother marco. The brothers had been credibly close. Since childhood and james was particularly protective of markle. He asked michael to continue the quest to prove his innocence after he was gone. Hey was certain that the truth would come. One day on the morning of april four nineteen sixty two james. Henry was joined by two priests after spending hours with the convicted killer. Both priests were convinced of his innocence. They prayed together before. James was led to the gallows as he's family pride to get in a nearby church. James hanratty was hanged two days prior to james henry. He's execution housewife. Audrey willis again heard knocking on her back door. Shea opened it to find the same man who had forced entry into her home the day after the a murder yet again. He wielded a black revolver. He asked for food and some money before fleeing out the back door much lucky. Did the first time long considered to be related to the murder. The fact that the second confrontation occurred while james henry was imprisoned assured detectives. That must be unrelated. However so those who believe in hanratty's at meant something else entirely.

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"aganst" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:19 min | 7 months ago

"aganst" Discussed on Le Show

"Various time in my life a kimera. 'cause i see the gold leaf like getting my legend written by stone cold fake news. But the when you're the craig loser my be so proud of the way i wore the cran and the every day and night fide aganst. No one was kick as slow blues. And the way. And when you're the great is loser you know. I foreign so long and so hard against the dare i feared but now i know al gore was right i'm gonna try and grow Tangent al the power. You know saute in spicy flower. I'm gonna prove and still choose. The winning just keeps going. When you're a loser..

"aganst" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:22 min | 10 months ago

"aganst" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ah! L. A County scanner says that the the person who was doing the Brody's or as you, like your fans say donuts was isn't cause even. I actually don't know who it was. But somebody is in custody for speed exposition and reckless driving. I didn't know it had a name. S O, if you're intentionally Doing stupid ass in the intersection. You're not only reckless driving, but it's it's like a hate crime like asphalt, hate crime and speed exposition. Or does it mean like racing in general anyway? It's ongoing down the Staples Center and the news anchors that air covering it there in that. They're in that grey area where they don't know what is going on whether they should refer to it as writers yet or celebratory. Let's dip in with Channel nine. Teo to define our terms were also shooting live on CBS in Los Angeles, all right single of Sky nine over the Staples Center. Certainly not as big of a crowd because obviously we're in a pandemic, but As you can see, there's still plenty of fans out there. Celebrating tonight's Big win. Yeah, people out of this state's fireworks smoke bombs going off. This is happening right now, by stable center where people are pouring into the streets. I want to get right over to Jaime Maggio. What's aganst next? They're going Tio complain about social distancing in all and so so anyway. Yeah, this is this is a crowd that is not really in the mood to break up because it's been 10 years since the Lakers ain't going anywhere now they have and you know, I have a really, really weird six sense that some of them may have been drinking or ingesting other substances. You think I hate Don't uh, it's um it's a gift. The gift I have. What do you think I'd be doing if I wasn't aware now And but But the the reason that you know that all all bets are off and that no rules apply is because Somebody, and this is not ifyou're looking around l A right now, apparently all over. You're seeing possibly illegally possessed commercial fireworks being being fired all over the place. Then I'm just going to take a wild stab and say Somar because Silmara starts celebrating July 4th around June 26. It stops around July 12th when they run out, That's a patriotic they are in Silmara. I can tell you S so anyway, that is going on. Oh, it's a misdemeanor. My my My man on the inside, says Speed exposition is a misdemeanor. But reckless driving. I think that's a misdemeanor to my wrong or am I right? A man on the inside? They're both misdemeanors. Exhibition of Speed. Anytime you break it break traction, You could get pinched for that vehicle code. It's a catchall. I'm not hard to prove. Okay, Well, thank you. There you go. Maura on speed Exposition. So in Kentucky. News anchors like to play jokes on each other on DH, So there's male news anchor. And then there's a more mature female news anchor, and they gave her This story to read about a fake bomb threat in a local store. Palmers for customers at a Kansas Home Depot. Police responded to reports of a bomb threat at the store in Wichita, a.

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"aganst" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"aganst" Discussed on KCRW

"This is MARKETPLACE Hollywood. It's clear that a lot of working parents, including me, are still going to have kids at home well into the rest of this year and perhaps beyond. Some of those parents are hiring nannies, and many have a new job qualification on their lists, a request that could come with unintended consequences. Marketplaces Stephanie Hughes has more When Nicholas the Tollo wants to get kids to do something, they don'twant to dio. She makes up a song about it like this one who this is the way we raised her deeply rushed them. Every day. We brush the bottoms. We brushed the bottoms with precious the bottoms, right kind of goes like that. So Tola has worked as a nanny for 17 years. She's also trained as a personal chef and taking classes and positive discipline. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina, and is looking for work one thing not on her resume that's kept her from getting some jobs. The fact that she hasn't had the Corona virus Several families told her there on Ly looking for someone who's already gotten sick. I wasn't surprised. I've been talking to other nannies, and they're getting asked the same thing. In Brooklyn Nanny Ana Garcia was actually sick with Cove in 19 and March. She's healthy now and saw a job posting in a parents group on Facebook, looking for a caregiver who already had the virus. RC applied, but said it felt strange to talk about being a Corona virus survivor with her potential boss is all these weird questions. It's no longer as before. We're in their We're more focused on how many years you've been working your references. Now It's a very thick if you have been sick, and how long have you been since, UM free scientists still don't know how much protection covert anti bodies provide. But parents are grasping onto anything they believe could keep their families safe. Katie Provenzano runs the nationwide placement agency, Westside Nannies. Their hope is that maybe if this nanny has had it before, she won't get it again and we won't be exposed to it. Provenzano doesn't screen candidates based on whether they've had the virus. But there's very little regulation of families who hire caregivers on their own. The Americans with Disabilities Act prevents employers from asking workers to take an antibody test. But that law only applies to households when they have 15 or more people on staff, you know, you basically have to be Great Gatsby territory. Sandbag in stocks is a professor of labor and employment law at the University of Michigan. Many older labor laws intentionally left out domestic workers who are mainly women of color. A lot of this emerged from the 19 thirties at a time when there was over race and sex pies in the legislative process, and so we actually see people describing why they're doing this. Bill, introduced in Congress last year would create new anti discrimination protections for domestic workers. But aganst US worries that if family's favorite caregivers who already had the virus nannies might deliberately try to become sick, people are going to be put in this sort of deadly dilemma off. Do I infect myself? In order to work or do I protect my life at the expense of my livelihood? There are historical precedents for this kind of behavior. Yellow fever was a huge problem in the 18 hundreds in southern cities like New Orleans. There was no treatment for it. And people who hadn't had the disease had a harder time getting jobs and housing. Catherine Oliveras is a professor of history at Stanford, who studies that period. I've seen examples of people jumping into the beds of their dead friends roaming around in their bedsheets, hoping to get sick. There are other new requirements besides antibodies. Several nanny agencies say they've seen requests for living carriers triple since the start of the pandemic. Nicolette stolen, the nanny in South Carolina, turned down a live in position to care for a girl who was born with a lung condition. The family didn't want her to leave the property to be asked to kind of give up your own life is it's a lot. It's a lot for any nanny. But even if these nannies get jobs, there's the issue of pay. Some families have never hired nannies before and may not know how much it costs. Others might just be trying to get a deal. Ana Garcia, the nanny in Brooklyn, has 10 years of experience and usually makes $22 an hour to watch two kids recently she's been offered much less. I feel like a lot of families. Taking advantage at the same time of epidemic. A lot of nannies and including myself are being offer what, like 14 $15 per hour for two kids. Like that. No. Garcia hasn't been able to get a full time job since you was sick, because while she is willing to answer personal questions about her health in order to get work, she isn't willing to take a pay cut. I'm Stephanie Hughes for marketplace..

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"aganst" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

Velvet's Edge

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"aganst" Discussed on Velvet's Edge

"Like food is edgy. Oh yeah this kind of some shitty soup for sure. You know like my energy or if I'm rushing. I'm not focused. It's not gonna be as good when if I'm joyful and I'm relaxed than it is going to be so good you cannot stand it. And that's what is in there and I feel like I set that energy and that little kitchen. I walked in the door and no matter. What's on with me? The second I walk in the door the first place I go is behind the line and check in with my team. Then I move out to the floor so yeah I mean that's the delicious food is love. I love to that. You said one of the fears you had about actually being the chef was that you had experienced other chefs are cooked. Anyone that worked in a kitchen at a restaurant as kind of aggressive and hard. And you're like that's not me like I could never lead that way. So it's yeah it's like you're eating usually when you go out to eat in a restaurant. You're eating in a highly Anxious food right. There is a ticket there first of all from the moment. That food is ordered. It's ordered at. How much is this GONNA cost? Can we get it cheaper? Where do we get it from? And then the next place that it goes to it goes into the kitchen. There's a race to get. It preps that I understand well and in there is a race to get the ticket time out to the table and then they're so that creates this anxious consciousness that's going on in the kitchen so you have chefs that are hierarchy. There's a hierarchy. There's aggressive behavior people are running under pressure. And there's a lack of joy when you're doing that. So how do you do that and remove that level of pressure? I mean we still have the pressure in Pinewood because we get rocket in there. Yeah but I always make sure that my team knows slow it down. Take Your Time. Finish it right. Relax get off the line. Don't you know no one is talking to each other In a negative way? I mean that's A. That's a huge piece for me. I don't have any bullies in my kitchen and I won't and I've had fantastic chefs. Come through the door to work with me. Probably way better than me But they were astles now. I was like a homey. You can't be here. It's really if it's I. We have a saying now in the kitchen. If you can't grow you gotta go. I love that you can't grow. You gotta go. Why do you think your inspiring movement so much so you guys have now opened up pinewood mercantile? Which you sell a lot of the jams. The pickles sell in their way. Sell the soups. I make all these microbiome soups. Because my whole thing is based in the bio and how the vile changes everything so which bacteria's fee and create which short chain fatty acids that then fighting inflammation. So if you're eating for those bacterias you're building that colony of gut homes. I call him then. Your body is invalid so I make these microbiome soups and everything. I do in the restaurant you know. I really try to do super southern but then I just messed with the ingredients or I combine. I create a platter like my the Southerner which is yes. It's fried chicken. It's gluten free in rice bran oil but I make sure there's Collard Greens with apple CIDER. Vinegar and then. The collards feet a certain gut homey and then the slaw is made with carrots in what the carrot does in Gut. So I'm looking at other recipes and I'm playing with them so they support everyone's got wellness and in Mercantile. Now says everything we do in elderberry barbecue sauce. We do in movie catch up so the move. Oh she catch up is a Japanese vinegar that does not she yeast and Candida and it also fights acid indigestion and it works as a digestive enzyme. This I'm like so every year so good right so people are like. That's the best ketchup different again girl. Aganst well did you ever have any resistance because pinewood is a tiny town. I mean I think that part of the movement to now is that you have this whole investment group. You guys call yourself pinewood eats and you're wanting to continue to inspire others to connect to real food but like did people in. Pinewood really get with that with all about at first. Oh no it was really brutal. What I did write about in the book was that was. The pushback was the resistance and was. I'm hey you know I had taken this restaurant. This store that had it's just a general store and then that had been there since the nineteen twenties and it had been It's always been a fixture in the community and I changed it and I changed the food and Yes I built up the community because now I employ everybody out there and the more burgers we sell the more cowboys and more potatoes. We sell the more people on the farm the more canned goods. I sell the more people working cannon kitchen that Iran so I was raising them up but in the middle before it could raise them up at all that people could see was the change. I was bringing. It was frightening and so there was a lot of resistance and there was a lot of hate in. I learned a great lesson. You know if you want someone to have grace you have to be the grace and so I had to really again. Always take things back to myself and How can I how can I make the situation better by being better instead of being mad at them? How can I be better? I asked my kids that now when things go down without my go girls your partner because we have a partner race we have apart and everything and you know we feed everybody in. Pinewood whether they have money to pay or not. There's a huge sign and we feed everyone because being hungry kid. I can't imagine growing all the food that we grow there and serving the type of food that we reserve which doesn't even exist in Nashville because it's really bright there from the farm take And it's food allergy friendly. I can't imagine having access to so much food and not being generous with it so we feed everybody with and I think now people are of us. They're very proud. And that we brought in these swanky partners. Yes why is Bentley is a client of mine and I know. He is spoken so wonderfully about pommard for years now but like I think that it's funny. Because Dirks like dirks and I will go on these not fad diets but we were always kind of looking into what to do for our bodies and all that stuff so we accept like organic food can be amazing. You know but that was kind of the thing that I just did not understand. If Pinewood small town culture would think that way. Because we're you know I feel like a lot of people who have lived a certain way for a certain amount of time. They're just kind of set in their ways and don't want to really look outside of the box on that stuff. Yeah I think what has happened there. One of the big things is I never when we opened. I should have been wondering who would come but instead I was just trying to stay alive physically with keeping up with the pace of it but what has happened is pine with. Because it's such an approachable flays. Because it's so comfortable in there that people now drive for hours to eat there because they know we all know we used to think. It was only on the coast in the big cities that people wanted to eat. Well but what I know now more than anybody else because what I do in Pinewood is people everywhere want to feel. Well they want to eat better and they WANNA make changes but there are very few places for them to go to experience different approaches to cooking and food. That are familiar so I have the Burger in the hand cut fries and I have the fried chicken. But then I'll have one of the microbiome soups or I'll have You know something from the farm that they may be won't try anywhere else but it's a comfortable enough setting that they're like oh I wanNA plenty chase that. Let me get a bite of that. They're more open. Well I want to talk a little bit. We were talking before about just how I think the science behind all of this is so fascinating And I know a lot of people because it thought this way to me when I first started. Learning about food can heal your body. It just feels overwhelming because there's so much to learn. There's so much that I feel like we've been misled to believe as far as You know diets or what's actually good for our bodies. So can you give some of the basics? Let's talk about maybe the basics of gut health. And why that's so important. I think the first thing that happened to us is we were. We started to use the word healthy food and we view healthy food punishment for when we've gone off the rails so we'll look at food like Kale Salad and you know. Actually I think Kale can be delicious but I think it needs to be cooked needs to be finally finally chopped and then massaged to make a great salad. So there's a whole process to that so we really view things like healthy food or good for us food as punishment that we've done something wrong. So we've I. The first layer for me about food and healing. Our body with food is our own judgments and paying attention to. What are we eating and mindfulness so I always say to people? I want you to pay attention to what you're eating. Just spend the week and did you eat a lot of dry crunchy cheese. Do you have a lot of milk? Do you have a lot of media? You have a lot of Kale because you can create an excess in imbalance in the gut with too much certain vegetables. One hundred percent so basically gut health is made up. We have all of these bacteria's good bad in some are good some people and bad in other people and what love is in the beginning of my journey when I said Matt macrobiotics was too rigid or too narrow for me is I am not a fundamentalist is all individuals and we all have to find our own yellow brick road to health via food. And the microbiome right. Now is proof in that and it has me super-duper excited because we some people can be Vegan and they do really well and they can be Kito and they do well or they could be Paleo but somebody else doesn't and now we understand why because in the gut all this different bacteria in the purpose of the bacteria is to break down the food so that the food can then go work in the body. The nutritional value in the food in work in the body most of us have an imbalance disfie- oasis of bacteria in the gut in the intestines at some place in the intestines. Some in the small intestine summit the toppled the small intestine some in the colon. The bottom of the colon. It just depends so eating for the bacteria that Gut homeys. Because they're like the rider dies. We don't want them to die. We want them to multiply.

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"aganst" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"aganst" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

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"aganst" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Onto the east and out to the Atlantic by cloud. Stick around the forecast for the top of the work week. Our temperatures in the mid and upper thirties tonight, partly cloudy for Monday and Tuesday with highs in the forties and fifties and brighter weather mid week Wednesday, and we make some fifties from the Edison heating and cooling weather meteorologist, Scott Lawrimore, thirty nine and Hackensack forty-eight in pennsauken. Forty immature and fast traffic and instant weekend. Weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one point five New Jersey one oh one point five our own radio station. New york. Not Philadelphia proud to be New Jersey. Cookie. New Jersey one zero one point five. New Jersey one zero one point five. John. No way. Dance. Walking away. No way. Man. Aganst? I tripped and fell down because I have two left feet. And that's just the way it is. Craig L Knight, eighteen jersey chime time forward with New Jersey fast traffic.

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"aganst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Judge ROY aganst great job great job to the other people are not. Intelligent people all the time they may be intelligent from a point of view of book learning They have security, at, the courthouse. You know that and if there's some threat made against them as well. They should they have security they live in a bubble that's right So you'll, you try. You try to. Get someone makes a threat. Against you You. Know you you. You you're not gonna have security they. Live in a bubble they don't. Understand they go to go to great colleges they go. To great law schools they don't deal with the Mickey Rivera's, of the world I went through the Stoughton court system. For a few months and I saw a total of four different judges four You know and now with the main one, is gone he's working in some desk job with the And I think it's, Morris she's office Norfolk county but I can't Imagine some judge has has left has left the the comforts. Of the bench. To work the. DA's office look, is named savvy everyone knows. Them I don't know, I don't know I would just say this we had a case I had the case Victor Garo was the. Lawyer we follow that case we proved that Salvatti had been victimized by the prosecutors in by the FBI here. In Massachusetts and the state supreme court in June of nineteen ninety, five ruled against us in one of the, most ludicrous decisions that I've ever seen, a set of judges right they kept an innocent men in jail whose innocence was. Ultimately, proven not the fact that he was not guilty. But the fact that he was innocent they kept him in jail for additional three years until governor weld commuted his well actually. I two years. Until governor weld. Commuted his sentence Okay well. That was around back. Then but I don't remember the Josvani case the FBI put four innocent men in prison knowingly intentionally and they were ultimately awarded when they were released. They were ultimately awarded a hundred and sixty million dollars by the federal government having spent a total of one. Hundred and nine years in prison for a crime not only that, they didn't commit but for a crime that, the authorities knew they didn't commit and, they were framed by the FBI corrupt FBI agents here in Boston right all similar..

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"aganst" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Shutouts against the washington nationals at sergio romo latin i'm hearing here comes out of eating out of the dugout the texas are gonna clear as the game ends at sergio robo was given to the national dugout the raise we're gonna win this what what nothing take two straight games from the nationals but the nets aren't leaving without getting their piece we continue with murph and mac on knb are six eighty it was one of those lucky time watching something live came home that game was on i was like oh sergio's in bases loaded he's got a tough situation let's see what happens a lot happened and sergio apparently was barren a grudge from three weeks ago when it a nats raise interleague game in dc don't forget the traditional nats raise rivalry it's part of the backdrop of any great baseball seasons like eagles cowboys totally totally ninerscowboys nats raise anyway michael taylor stole third base up nine to two in the sixth inning not this is not last night that's three weeks ago three weeks ago and and so and so first of all sergio came in at trae turner up an trade turnover fell victim to the slider hit it off the end of his bad popped up too shallow centerfield advanced as like a slider still out there doing it i mean that might even be the bigger story than the fact that the benches cleared is that sergio is still getting big league hitters out without one pitch and guys just can't they can't they can't get it like marianna so then now two outs michael taylor's up and we'll just shooting was that right away f f p and his partner laid down all we got history here between tail and so then sergio throws the slider detailer can't layoffs we're gonna miss great pitch sergio comes off the mound shouting atoms talking mess was like whoa he's shouting down pitch is like you don't usually see that usually it's after the innings over so it's like ooh we got a little something going but interestingly taylor was avoiding eye contact with romo like it could have gotten a whole different way of taylor had kind of bowed up and said well you look at me you talking to me instead taylor i don't know if taylor is not a fighter or what but anyway romo throws the same darn pitch taylor swings and misses aganst beautiful pitches stuff look great now sergio comes off the man and starts giving them the no no no with the decamp bay during the at bats a walk going on yes taylor avoid eye contact at that point i thought taylor should've gone school you shouldn't dave winfield microcode charge it wouldn't surprise me but at the same time murph we probably shouldn't be surprised all this was going on because you you remember how motionless sergio is he's extremely emotional and when he gets something going like that i mean his emotions can can get the veteran them so anyway now romo throws the same pitch again and michael taylor swigs in mitch's against strike three terrible performance by over now lies if taylor once again doesn't look ramon starts walking off.

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"aganst" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Well we're gonna market down for good doing a good job and you don't have to have medicine for that part of your brain i think okay so the polls for today's show should there be different murderers for teachers policeman gay have murder each other you save money yeah teachers versus cops out on the yard ones on one side of the ard the others on the other side the prison yard and you open the gate like kentucky derby and they'll take it yes and the teachers have rulers and dry dryer racers and the cops have a doughnut in a billy club what happens everybody holds their favorite grab your favorite here we go yesterday's poll was have you ever hooked up with someone who's personality you hate it paul yes what's that like 'cause it's i didn't realize it until after we had sex and she said something racist and i went of jesus that wasn't just pillet yeah but that i mean i get that and that sucks but i'm talking about before you had sex they said the dumbest thing maybe not race it i don't know if i could deal with racism but but they said them things like i had this guy when i was in high school we hooked up and i thought he was air aganst and it was his full of himself but he was charming and i was attracted to him and i i hated his guts but it was so much fun to hook up isn't that funny it's it's the worst that's what's great about the the movie broadcast news it's so perfectly captures that your body wanting one thing.

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"aganst" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men

"Just a a core or a couple core vendors book so rogue is probably not going to be in the vendors in the near future it looks like right she's not on the team that they've announced so how do you roll her back into the x men now that she's led the avengers like it's tricky and i again i don't wanna i don't wanna take her backwards but i think she's got a go in a different direction now because she's already she's already gone about as far as you can on this one pass right so i think we have to switch paths a little bit with her and and keep plumbing what's so interesting about that character but i will say that one of the things that i think is great about roving gambit is that he brings out really unexpected things in her you know like with him she's as long as you don't put her in the role all of schoolmarm that has to be checking him which is not a dynamic i enjoy for them she instead becomes aulia that's what we're doing we're going on their cover all show you you know and like she liked brings her own thing to that like he pushes her in a sort of different non leader of the avengers direction that i think is really fun yeah it's like he's sort of the devil on her shoulder and then intern she wants to be the devil on his and seeing them get into that kind of trouble both in terms of like aganst stuff but also emotional stuff that so much of that excitement comes from.

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"aganst" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on KKAT

"And gentlemen the question is how did clue so aka muller had this guy on the staff for so long why did it take the inspector general to figure this out well ladies and gentlemen the media don't care because they're focused on two things right you can kill the music now thank you they focused on a lady was the professor dea and her name is lee bandy lee y'all university professor and forensic psychiatrist and they're focused on an author the houses name again i remember his name wolf michael wolff to phonies the we actually invited ms leon to this program mr producer had an email conversation with professor lee isn't i correct mr producer correct hi mr producer you're on the air now i asked you to get a hold them his lee not really explain who i am because i really wanted to question her in a serious way not through who milk humiliation a mockery in a serious way what happened when you're contacted ms li at first uh she was ready to come on but she couldn't do this week so siege suggested next week monday she suggested monday january 19th isn't that correct yes correct and she copied her publicist about this appearance than yes once she uh she won her publicist the schedule it and the publish this got back and said she couldn't do any d so now the publicist interceded in said professor league couldn't do any day curried i say and the publicist works for st martin's press his that correct yes and the name is gabrielle aganst gan tz is that correct yes associate director publicity at that's because ms lee has a book out on this subject now doesn't she yes so we get inlet thank you mr beduso we get endless request for people to come on the show hawkin their books for their ideas and ninety nine percent of the my reject here we actually reach out to professor banned ely noted expert noted psychiatrist who knows all things about donald trump having never ever spoken the him or even met him she's meeting with democrats on capitol hill she's going to do it again and i'll explain away she's on the.

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"aganst" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"On the stock market we are the money station am 1410 kbnp matheson sunrise how at things that you use aganst may lille have not map feed dan governor palin lacking nothing the oas nails on much shot colony now dean indeed you peeking on the week you can take no no we are back to the south of manila had with the we are back with laughter and a man by the name of logan clark clues to direct iraq international human trafficking task force has said this theorists none there are no more committed or knowledgeable and fighting human trafficking and dottie last year that's a nice compliment the yeah it is going into the fleet hard i appreciate that the uh you know you go to bed at night i'm sure and you and you see you probably yeah i don't know i i just met you really put idiot probably torn is so many durix directions your thankful for maybe how the day had to go on while we had a good day we had a good week but also say now i gotta get to these nine other things now ryan is appear to be that way you sometimes i mean it's it's it's not all bad bitch yeah sometimes it's hard to shift the brain off is needed to go to sleep and then and then sometimes very long because i know we gotta get up and go again really now you know maybe in the next cop godley a private detective 26 years i may know a little bit more about the human trafficking than the listeners but what i want you to tell me because i have a lot to learn that to.

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"aganst" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"You to comalco larry go to mypillowcom again use the promo code larry there is some exculpatory evidence on behalf of judge roy moore member we played you the other day the former mall employee who says he was told that roy moore was uh but if not banned from the mall encourage not to come and he said why and he said well he was told that he's just messing with the teenagers now here's the former gadsden alabama mall manager here's what he says it four we tag on a record international publication that said roy moore was banned from aganst in law back in the 1980s but we cannot confirm that barnes well well was manager of the gadsden mall from 1980 want an idea 96 he says he has no mum memory of such a ban share as part of the job yeah we did have written reports and things so but i it to my knowledge he was not banned from the mall a boil says he is a really more supporter and he does plan to vote for him in this him now the former gets in mauled employee said this and we talked about other people and then somebody said don't forget about rumour it i asked what what about run more and uh this while he's banned from the mall visit why banned in the police officer wouldn't tell me he said if you see him let me know i'll take care of it so what did you eventually learns to the reason why he was in law was told that he was bothering girls in the law i don't i don't know exactly bob that he was approaching them and talking to them girls when you saying girls teenage girls and did you ever see him in of all i think i saw him walk by the from the storm once i told my man you're my records it all called j d that's all i heard on jaidee's the police officer hand in eighty five before.

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"aganst" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"There is correct me if i'm wrong but i'm gonna assume this caller is is does not identify as clear in any way in his very straight because i mean you can't asean by setting the same rate see the reaction of like like gates people have known about calling by your name for like seventy years ago yukio it's like you've been waiting for this like since the beginning of everyone came out of the closet and they were told about call me by your name the book was written only ten years ago but still everyone has been anticipating this move for a hundred years and so it's funny to see like the movie is literally already out and this caller calls and his like there's this apparent there is apparently this armie hammer like jae an it meanwhile like everyone i know it's like or requirements plucking this movie all but like the peach anyway i like did you see hit a hover of al aganst boil it again any way timofey charlemagne is the costar of call me by your name and he sort of 'upandcoming he was in uh he was eighty dollars a year he's an ladybird he's one of the love interest he labor and women and children one of the worst movies of the past ten years which i didn't see because you hated it so much oh it's so bad i've never it's like it's too early ban on every level then we can be bad and not even like funny badghis like bad bad you know he was in a good movie that's on nip looks right now called miss stevens with um what's her own yeah a little arabes lutely ray he was in at love the coopers one of my favorite kromah's firm she said.

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"aganst" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"What quarterbacks come out the honestly because remember if donald ends of staying in school may be rose in his out may be alan issue of guy i don't know how these teams are going to view these quarterbacks my bet would be yes and if you deny those dominic that is the perfect way to build the football team do not make the mistake dan indianapolis made would andrew walk where they put a pile of garbage in front of a body offensive line wayne have much of a running game where they didn't have much of a defense now you look what happened ngoaka over the last two or three years so on feted at point don't make that mistake with jimmy g and i think you'll franchise in very good hands which on wage who totally gets it my opinion as the front office tack gets it now my request your new college pope walk my criminal is there any way they could pull off an upset of miami and went out and be combo our eligible kuujjuaq prepare streak alive i mean dominate talk about all astana right i mean at the beginning of the year for the state was mentioned in the same sentence is alabama they will mentioned in the same sentence as clemson you look in florida state they got to get to six in six i in order to get to a ballgame that a big win over my alma mater syracuse they were up big in a game cubes came storming back and they end up winning case minister lastsecond field goal they went twenty seven to twenty force okay florida state has won aganst hm wake that's one duke beds to syracuse that's very they lost the b c lost olovo loss to miami lost to nc stay lost alabama so that three and five they got clemson florida and some small school a constant source florida know if that's given that's here again to forward estate before a less game of the year if they can they'll be bulge ball if not now listen fear forestay fat that mattis excessive seen over the last 20 or 30 years sorry not shed any tastefully for nineteen here early sunday j after jhansi stransky gad near thirty overnight right here on a fair and get a board at eight seven seven thirty three seven sixty six sixty six coming up next we will run around.

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"aganst" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"aganst" Discussed on Masters in Business

"100 percent 100 percent there's no doubt in your mind okay facebook spending a billion dollars on original content spending money on sports leagues for them to produce original content campbell brand gets hired to oversee a news fifty percent of americans get sixty percent of their news from facebook and you run content i'm sorry run advertising cances content sounds like median may i mean i i don't i they define what it is to be a media company and then they come up with these excuses well we have more technologists than journalists the nba has more people working and technology them players are they attacked company or a sports league there are sports league the leverage is technology so your business model to canada finds who you are they are facebook has warmly embraced the celebrity the margins in the influence of a media company and has decided that there are a large it to the responsibilities it is totally unacceptable so what can we do to get companies like facebook and google to accept their role as responsible media companies to fair question um so you saw it looks like the uk is going to regulate them as media companies i'm not entirely sure what that means uh a you could burst different ways advertisers can boycott consumers have to decide what what they should do but i think what's going to happen is you're going to see the mother of all finds but it uh aganst one or more of these companies but it's not gonna come from where we think it's going to come from it's going to come at a europe the big war brewing.

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