17 Burst results for "Al Fayed"

"al fayed" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

06:45 min | 2 months ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Probably Science

"That's different is the coma. Trie waterbed get vhs tapes. During that. i mean that was well. That's the most so so yet from that. You can deduce that. My mom was running three separate video. Recorders symbol jesli ward. That is a may we. Did you guys have three. Tv's or how is this going on. Yeah they were attached to. Yeah there's like one in one in the living room. I think there's one in the in that bedroom and one that was in the kitchen. Like ole wyatt up white up to vhs for. I just badgering her like wearing a direct. She's looking like a director. She's a queuing people in different rooms and three one to switch. And we're gonna go to thank you. I can tell you. My grandma would have been very jealous of that. 'cause he was obsessed with the royal family. Oh yeah you probably only got it through a one measly channel. That's not sure i bet it was. I bet it was shown. Live on like a bunch of the news channels probably. Yeah because you do that with big news events in the us. The inauguration is always on every you could. We watch the inauguration on probably seven different news channels simultaneously for you had enough. If you had enough video or quotas you could have really. You could already filled up bookshelf winner. You i mean obviously only one of those is gonna be your favorite coverage. I guess like winter. You're watching the ones. I that's definite like comes from my mum's instinct of just we cannot lose like this has to be preserved to do animal planet. I was much animal planet. Footage of the inauguration. It's like the way they have the puppy. Both the diana funeral insane i when i was in london During kate in williams wedding. And so i got my grandma these tea biscuits from will. Oh harrods from harrods rate which you know like i got like this commemorative play fine and these tea biscuits input the biscuits. Were like beautiful. But i was like. Please eat them in. She was like i. Can't there too pretty. And so she just put them on a shell and then she passed away at the end of two thousand nineteen. When i was home in the summer i stopped by my grandma's house and my aunt gave them back to me and she's like well. You know you gave these to your grandma's you can have them and i'm like what them directly away. What is going on. Not why did you guys skits on the fucking shelf for years. Yeah granddaughter bob this milk in two thousand and meant a lot to me. It was the baby jessica milk. He was missing. This is commemorative milk. And then i thought well. Maybe i'll try one 'cause like their biscuits. How bad could they have gone bad. That's the thanks communist miscast as well our than cookies. I appreciate the translation. It's great that you said that like that's normal and everyone's going to go along with it you're like and then of course i tried one. Obviously like you would when you get biscuits back site or you're going to try one. Everybody gets that well. The thing is they were lake because they're so harrods this big department store that they're apparently the you correct me if i'm wrong map but from my understanding they're they're the only place that is allowed to do like official commemorative stuff for like the royals and i don't know about that but they they are like the sort of rich right but but also widdly. Now they have a way to connection to the royal family because harris was bought by mohamed. Al fayed whose son nonni. Princess diana's boyfriend partner the ended the call with him at the time of the death. Actually that makes me wonder if. I'm sure that there's a big enough like merch. Industry outside of a keeton. Which was it. I forgot william no who kate mary. She married william outside the william and kate wedding or outside of the princess. Di funeral there must have been like bootleggers like i with tons of bootleg grow family stuff. I've got congrats. Kate and billy and it's it's horrible there isn't there isn't really emf I i don't know if you can. I don't know if they have their faces copyrighted trademarked. But even if there's nothing to stop some selling plates with like charles charles and diana mug in my in my parents house and there's no way that that didn't that from the official buckingham palace store whatever. Is someone selling that mug. that's funny. They apparently had the street party. Which was i. I was a life. Oh but i don't remember it. My grandma had in cardboard cutout like a life-size cardboard cutout princess diana and it was on the landing of her steps. Like when you first come in the house and it was like to give it context. This is like my grandma had this beautiful entryway with a chandelier and shit in cardboard cutout of princess diana and then also in her living room was like next to a grand piano is a cardboard cutout of the pope. So it's like. I don't know if she has friends who were. Maybe losing their eyesight just to sort of trick them in one guy so well. I lucky you came around today because we have. We have some other guests ridiculous. Truly we are on today. Which was it I think the the home dude. That's there now. I don't i don't know they're all named Paul and john right. I mean i don't know who i think is is the first insys. Oh so then it must have been the last guy. i think it was polera. John is the last one still alive. The one that like quit. Yes yes it was. John paul died was john. Paul yeah john. And then it was Benedict who was like the really who is like those of emperor from style was looking guy. Yeah but then he quit rates. Yeah he's like. I'm sick pope. And so he stills yeah. I think he's still looking around. I'm pretty i would've. They would announced it if he died. You'd think that's a big thing. Maybe i don't know or do. They just launched their bodies into the atmosphere. Everything around the pope is so weird and spooky and they're such strange rituals on like i do. They still going on. I am i right in thinking the.

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"al fayed" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"Really it has another ingredient in. It covers sourcing all considering that an acid to it can be done with more frequency and much less downtime or almost no downtime okay and then you can start to do more of the classic higher strength professional alpha and data. Hydroxy acid appeals. You can hear. Pure beta hydroxy peels. Okay and as you move down the ladder you can see my collagen and you. Don't have the downtime and you might wanna do a series of those. Okay you might wanna do like two or three of those like two or three times in two or three months and get very very good results without any risk of scarring were redness. Were hyper pigmentation. So okay this reminds me of like when you go to the hair salon as brunette or if you have black hair like if sarah was going to get bleached-blond platinum blonde hair. Some people can do it at eight hours and it's like a whole ordeal but most of the time they'll like start slow you'll be orange for however long like four or five weeks you go back and they take it a couple of steps later. That's kind of like getting these alphabet. Appeals reminds me of and doing a series of them is just going like full finol. Like you're walking out of the gates of house you are risking like all that breakage in your hair yeah and sort of going full throttle you do. The series of appeals. And it's better for your skin overall exactly and then then you have the home version which is having much less strong but don daily right. Fm kills a daily treatment. And it doesn't have no downtime but it adds up so it's almost like exercise is you know. I just think that people are better off doing like. He's doing something. Mattress is in the right at an everyday regular basis rather than doing one crazy radical workout once a week. But i hear you but the hair thing exactly tissue. That's human tissue. You know what you're saying is true. You money all powell. What's your favorite peel. My favorite peel. a we have retinal appeals to motorway. Use appealed you twice week unloving that appeal and by the way. There is a real science to mixing appeal and doing a combination of them at the of the week. You do al fayed Beautiful is called synergy. This also another idea at relevant for people to understand. You wanna use ingredients. You want to sort of get a regimen where you're integrating all the scientifically proven ingredients in your regiment. Because they all these different things and you want to get that entire spectra of skincare results by using all three meets the retinol. Kyo answer. i'm. I am so happy with the way that turned out. It's been phenomenal. I've been using it regularly. Okay so let's talk about like an at home peel routine regimen like you're talking about. Let's say for someone who hasn't been using your appeal every single day for the last twenty years. How should they introduce it into their routine. And how often should they be using it. And then maybe if they wanted to incorporate the retinol peel like takasu year recommendations. Okay so i think that will be outfit. Appeal comes in three different strengths right. It comes in the gentle version it content universal Intermediate any extra strength. Well plan your.

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"al fayed" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"I think the understood fucking complicated and just fucked up. The whole situation was how charles never wanted to marry. Diana the first place not really how queen elizabeth have been a thorn in the side of diana charles and camilla all right. The heart of the timeline. Now explore some conspiracies about what really happened. Good job soldier. You've made it back there to this day. Rumors persist diana's death was no accident. Many believed some still believe is planned. Assassination by the royal family. They cited several reasons that the royals would leads. You want to kill diana almost all of which have been disproven by numerous investigations. The daily express a british daily tabloid and hamad. Al fayed dodi's father were the main spreaders of the theory that the royal family helped plan this car. Crash and response to metropolitan. Police launched operation. Paget two years cost millions of pounds only if the police to agree with the initial reports their investigation examined one hundred seventy five different theories determined. None of them were true here. The nine main reasons and or clues conspiracy theories point to regarding her motives. You know Regarding believing the royals had diana killed the number one is dina was killed because she was pregnant. With dodie fayad's baby mohammed. Al fayed was the guy who really pushed us. When he felt the royal family could not accept an egyptian muslim could eventually be the stepfather of the future. King of england. Rumors of her pregnancy were rampant before her death on holiday in france newspaper speculated that she was pregnant diana also made comments about a big surprise coming soon however the post mortem exam found no signs of pregnancy. Her blood tests revealed no pregnancy. Dining close friends went on record to say that she had never mentioned anything about this to them. Never told them she thought she might be pregnant. So doubtful dated Number two dinah did believe at one point she was going to be killed by the establishment. So this feels conspiracy rumors right. Of course paul berle. Her former butler disclosed a lot of the dyna- gave him for safekeeping said. I fear my husband is going to kill me in an automobile accidents. That doesn't look good at the time she wrote this letter. She was having car troubles. She feared first aid and she was a very dramatic person. based on a lot of other confessionals and her writing stuff. Her bodyguard recently died an accident. You'll her former lover. She thought this part of the conspiracy and again. This does not look good but people worry about shit. That has not all the time. I'm one of my fucking crazy head. I built up so many scenarios or so so has it out for me only to realize later. Not the case at all made a lot of stuff in my brain and mike yeah. I'm crazy. dana schubert crazy to The third Theory here the paparazzi intensity caused a car crash to cash in on the carnage right. According to this theory the paparazzi chased pushed the car causing it to crash into the pillar so they could get the death photos and then make millions. an investigation. Term is not true that this is a really stupid. I think because she was worth a lot more in my opinion to the tabloids in the long run alive right sure..

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"al fayed" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"So I I The Lord, just let me to to to put it in a book form, and then later put it in a study guide form as well. So that's how it began and so Again, you know dealing with our theology, which is understanding of God out crystal. Jay, which is understanding of Christ on numerology is understanding of the Holy Spirit Fundamental Doctors of word of God, what we believe why we believe who we. Believe what we believe and why we believe men and Grizzlies don't don't have the foundation and so the unshakable God brought drop them my spirit from the parable of in Matthew Chapter Seven in the parable, not a pair of the sermon on the Mount. We call it Matthew Chapter Five through Chapter Seven. But in the closing of chapter seventy, seven talks about a wise builder and the food is building. The wise man is one who hears the word and applies the word needs going to be my command that built the foundation laid the foundation and when the rains came the floods came the winds blew it beat against the house, but it didn't shake it. Because it was grounded on the rock but the man with the foolish buildup heard the word but didn't apply the principles and so the whole premise of that Christians. We've gotta have unshakable faith and Serlin. These pandemic time If al Fayed is grounded in cries. We're hearing so many different religions of melting pots of a ideologies and worldviews that people as Chris need to know what they believe. That's the whole premise of that that unshakable, but it applies to every area of our of our. And that's that's right because we need that I. Think. A, lot of times many. Go to church. They hear. Sermon. A year maybe a lesson be taught the practical application and how you how you how you less it out. I'll walk the journey. Yeah and a lot of times we were defeated because we don't know how to walk journey and we don't know how to tackle. Those those those those things that come at us and the high personally I like that I, on shake, buffet. Pizza. As. Well, than deal with doctor but deals with equal loan how you you get to this journey, the trials and tribulations I, am not allow the enemy on anyone else shake faith. Strong in the law and know that that that..

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"al fayed" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"al fayed" Discussed on No Agenda

"The long leg Mac Daddy. Bingo Boone. Jobs jobs and jobs that's. Good chicken, good chicken! The thing is united. Need some probably need that chicken recipe from that Al Fayed whatever the name of that joint is. I can't stand eating chicken anymore. Really. Yeah. I'm not a fan of. One of the things you can. Do you use it I'm GonNa? Talk about this out to break goya seasoning. Michigan. I I made no agenda chicken a maybe two weeks ago. And I don't I. Don't know what I did I mean? How can you mess it up brightest like throw the throw the chicken on top pretty hard. Yeah, and we just we didn't we just. Kind of put us off chicken for a bit. Maybe maybe some up with chicken. I think it must be the chicken itself. Yeah Interesting all right. Try some of these season exe- Benjamin night us in San Francisco. California three, thirty, three, thirty three Sunday. Show was too good. Oh, can handle. It must donate. Referred to email sent eight minutes ago to both of you well. Dr, Kiki Science shut up. Slave and cam trails gimmicks Karma net. Do we need to check for email or or Check his lunch. You check well. I can I can throw this. Already? Science,.

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"al fayed" Discussed on Bad Boys

Bad Boys

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Bad Boys

"To he wants to be. You know. I'll I want to know who's going to be the bug on. You know the the guy with the the hero of women he g say playing that RAW. She's off our no because that's a real creepy role that one of the creepiest actor can thing called It's pretty creepy. He's very and who y'all imagine John Goodman doing that role dressed up bugaboo on you know sitting back you know especially the role you know. There's the sign Rowley. Had in In you know that bowling movie. Oh that sort of role that that sort of back a little bit creepy. I think he could actually play that. I think he could. Yeah you're right. Don't tally. Shaneco definitely do. Joe Exhorted he could but there was somebody else. I was thinking of the other day. Who'd be really good at it but accounting if he's nine right now but who'd be who'd be playing. Carol Baskin. Well Carol Baskin. I think is already been handed out. I believe that the woman that's looking at playing Carol Baskin was shutting. She was on ghostbusters. And she's been on a lot of these Melissa. Mccarthy not over Melissa McCarthy would be actually perfect would be she can play that role. She's a funny lady. I think she played that real. Cd The whole Saturday night. Live team of getting behind this right. So so you can just imagine there's GonNa be some some really odd characters that are gonNA come out of this. I still don't think that we've seen the end on the whole saga on. Actually well when I tell you what. What's what's planned for my camera on this land for my this is playing for the I. Think the two mile double check that before we get into the actual story. But but that's GonNa happen but the other thing too is if you haven't checked out a weekly show There's a brilliant new video up on our instagram page on facebook page. Make sure that you check this out because look it talking about my time in prison and the things that against the arguments that I had with the the prison chaplains. Yeah we kinda mainly Ottawa. At the end of the day really until the viewers I can say view is now at least new viewers and listeners. That shine pissed. Everyone off fingers and He he almost had to organize them some bodyguards and things for him because he just pissed everyone off and I'm so surprised you got three prison sky and just a little bit of a blast from the past for those who are listening to this on podcast. We are actually live on facebook as well. And I've just had a guy that joined Al Fayed and we actually made this guys names Paul. We met him while when we were actually in the airport. Coming back from Al Out trip to I think we we just finished a meeting with us. And we met this guy and he was he. Will you heard US talking about the bad boys podcast? And he was asking all about the choice in the airport and and just joined us on the live. Poll will not see you. But your good that you've joined us I think he follows. He'll follow is what we're doing test it's interesting. You know like just to to meet these people in the airport and then suddenly like pop up on your Newsweek. That's fantastic and I'm glad I'm glad to see that we're getting new listeners. If you're listening to jump on board and if the people who really know us all I need to do is jump on all of our podcasts. Yeah because there's a lot to learn about this little Dynamo Yar. He'll let me tell you yes? There is but before we get rolling. How about we throw to Andrew.

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"al fayed" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"al fayed" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"They call you that but I love it Brenda called me or else he's six foot eight not happen he loves beef jerky so we column the world's tallest knows Belfast what do okay yeah but if you're an al Fayed well I guess I'll scan like elves can like beef jerky I guess they can it's all good are you good yeah it cookies yeah you guys have a great podcast it's called the insider's guide to the other side you talk about things like dead people hiding your car keys what gives right we talked about is that we talk about or we it we try to explain the unexplainable and won the other topics that most people are interested in it naturally the spirit of leveling that have passed and so we you know talk a lot about those energy that we can't see our and and really explaining how that happens in a different way they communicate with us and and things like that we also talk about ghosting counters hauntings we talk about the really everything and the and they had a metaphysical world do you is that what you're talking about things people don't normally talk about and we're giving them an opportunity to get some information and they'll they'll emailing out there dealing us and you know coming in and sharing stories that and they'll say I've never told anyone right okay they love that they finally get to have conversations about topics that may not be considered socially polite well out so they're coming out of the closet no I this is interesting because I just I just finished watching this show unidentified on history channel and it's these navy pilots that have been talking about these videos of UFOs right and one of the the whole premise of the show is they want people in the middle of military people who have seen these things have been afraid to come forward because well they're in the military and they could you know people be like you're crazy you know and there's like this month it's associated with it you know I it's interesting because I'm I'm actually this is Julie I'm reading a book about the position that are coming out coming clean about stories that that use that they can't explain right so right and and and so I think that this is happening everywhere and it's happening amongst a lot of professionals scientists a list and you know we're here to talk about it all do you mean the dot that the physicians are talking about like seeing spiritual things at the end of people's lives are in near death experiences they can explain what are they what are they reporting all of the above all of that you know there's also your pipes some of them what but Brenda just mentioned are about healing so there's a woman who is a really good friend and I'm I'm mine her name is Anita more Johnny and she's had what's called a near death experience where she died for well over half an hour from came from stage four cancer came back and body healed within two weeks completely healed itself really these things are unexplainable to sign as yet you should it's it's a great book and it's going to be me I would highly encourage a structuring and and it's a small personal example is I had a friend who is scheduled I didn't realize it but he was scheduled for kidney surgery the next a kidney stone surgery the next day and he called me crying he was in so much pain he's likely to see me it was you know can I get on your healing table thank I put my my table they give me everything I could to just get him out of pain and the horror of surgery they stand down and is getting those are completely gone and like twelve hours later wow yeah things like that they cant medically explains other than someone must've missed filed your tax rates of course right right the story and they really if it is a story that I just read in the spot where a physician his wife was having their fifth child and this story talks about the great grandmother and his wife coming in and effectively telling her not to take any anesthesia and she saw her her grandmother and and the kind of shake your head no don't do it so she did and she would've actually she did take it she would have died because he ate before she went to the labor right land but her her great grandmother had actually died twenty two years prior wow that's fascinating do you do both of you I guess this question would be both of you do you think there is because one of the things my wife and I were talking about we we have a tradition at Christmas time right after on Black Friday the only thing we do we don't Christmas shop on Black Friday we only thing we do is we go to Walmart where they put out those really cheap Blu rays and DVDs and we observe people and we dig through those DVDs and Blu rays to find good movies but the thing that she noticed was that there were so many really dark horror movies and we were talking about this and and I feel like there's a a almost an unhealthy fascination with the darker side and do you guys sense that that's picking up that people are searching or in seeking for something that is outside of this world but that it's kind of leaning towards the darker side than it should be at Brendan life I handle this one I think I have some experience and at and then away yet but you go for ever and then you'll correct me I'm sure not at all not at all there's a branded as bricks everything comes out of my mouth my former job was in Hollywood so I was a president she's got a strategist at twentieth century fox I know that title doesn't exactly fit with what our plight guesses about right Sir right is that we all don't have to be just one thing so what I found and and and with entertainment is that it is it has so dramatized yeah that horror genre that it has absolutely scared people to death about things that the other side and I think people are looking for edges to feel more peace not to be scared and I think that's what happened in the you know or their those forces that exist of course there are I actually write a lot about some of those forces in my book but it's not the only thing and so there is a lighter side to it but that is just a really heavy on the dark side and that is just you know scared the crap out of people British only that thank yeah yeah right I would have for that I think people are also they have experiences maybe seeing something or something something and they actually want more information because it's really a tearing him buried in people don't trust people you know again I can I go to this person or not I don't know and so they can literally turn to Hollywood yeah is that like my experience is that I think they really are searching for relief and across the wrong place to look for the all right Brenda wrong place to look for the right overall I agree it's wrong and that's right game from yeah we have fascinating insight into this the the podcast is called insider's guide to the other side it's hosted by Julie rigor and Brenda villa thank you all for popping on with us we appreciate it and I have a very happy.

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"al fayed" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

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I'm going to upload if you hear that saw the OJ. Calloway is sort of like Stony Calloway is Nice Colorado Black and this stony calloway the I had ad for a wild. I used to wear all the time some showed. I'm GonNa show you of me. Actually wearing them find him. On my flicker account remember flicker Yep still got mine Civic could find them here albums of outfits and back in the day which is quite cringed is the way that it is working to find. My what did I wear today post whereas the whole album mea. I've got two hundred and fifty fifty nine posts photos of me wearing outfits. Need to sixty pictures of me Wayne. Close right. And some of them are going to contain an M. COMP- ratio. Let me see if I can find. Some of the Swaggie off is back in the day. Act here actually. I'm going to show you that student that you should that you might like. Where is it this is a nice g to what was dusty Riveta? She isn't right. So I've got an Areva Duchy. Shoot here that I'm showing you from there from two thousand eight. Uploaded added on flicker amazing epic content of their at confined to mock image of me wearing Nike. McAfee with like a A row she Fujiwara Nike Nike Sportswear. Jacket Fini had. I'm pretty sure confined to go to the album. Scroll Down Talk. Open a picture of me wearing the mocks. Coughing is one of my one of my favorite shoes. Shoot I wish I could kind of get back into Knob dumbly wetzel style anymore. So it's hard to do again but let me see. I can find it here. I had absolute swiped back. Wish loss to me say here. Here's the image of me worrying issue. Well who does the me anywhere mark. I've got what the Hoodie again. That's from That's one of the All Russia for jewelry brands but a very Japanese inspired outfit as you can see from the pitcher or Gone Nice. Both were Ranko on and t-shirt underneath. Some jeans rolled up in the air. Mocks socially or good enough t shirt. Good enough lease review dirty showing there yet. Our life of see Nike Stabs. Their mother stuff as wearing but yeah. I'm a big fan of Nike mock. But they're going to bring it back right. They're bringing the Nike Mark and they're bringing it back in a different sore style. Something that we haven't seen previously solve like a weird north face sock ping the shooter North Face did is he on high snow. Bite and pre-commercial screen so this is the Nike. AC Gene New mock report for the campsite recovery casualties the city and outweighed than sandals the big finance. It looks a little bit at the face thing that you might have seen. The kind of shoot obey have let me see image below the key. Peaches a Nike Eighty g mock report earth features asymmetrical opera easy on enough as whereas foot scaping spied Shashi with Nike Soda. Soft cushion okay. So it's not okay so different from the book it's called a scape soul essentially without the laces it's not really a market really cool creeping up a bit of a hybrid refined say see again and it says no says the following g will soon be released. Their latest ratio of the muck which originally released in Nineteen Ninety Four for campsite wrestler becomes realization similar visual Muck the Freeport. uh-huh Al Fayed with a simple up and soft soul and snicker incorporate ising For Scape inspired Shashi with Nike so so soft cushioning by still at the G. opinion better in it. That's so nice right. That Competitive Weber too frequent looks like they should update they should have just updated that upper with the footsteps so I would have liked that as an it may be the same sort of Trinita bomb instead of having that we it's likely to whereas of a hero run this over there was it was sort of this weird sort of like overlapping flat thing right. I'm not really a fan of finishes done. The upper with that Seoul would probably work better and the similar trade game with the swoosh of Front. She'll be weird uh races and Cheetah print. Calloway exclusive union Japan. Nice tie in there. In terms of the day releasing shoes at specific stores that would be more receptive receptive to actually buying a shootout makes more sense. As opposed to flooding. These will ever size in offspring and stuff. You know general cosmas where these and this don't sale but again I prefer audio Gina. Oh Jerusalem more better probably social if somebody could sauce for those with a foot scape so abused super down for it Yeah that's a new version of the mock frequent Better from the side and so much down the side so this one like this image day on the side with that salt. I looked Sukhoi Oregon again not really finding hybrids and become essentially. Took everything away from the muck that makes it special in just turned into uh a tent on your shoe but again you know. I'm I'm glad at least going back into energy archives and tried to bring back some of these I could've shoes I think have been undervalued in the sneaking show the the quality of a combination as quite nice. You'll black ones who equal I think so this window screen and I spear check out. It's going to be out when a little December ninth at Union Elaine Union Japan so check it out. If you're near those places like the shoe of course Whilst we have here it took about the was the rookie. Were big at fifty show in it that minds. Me Of some of the BALENCIAGA ALGA pieces pieces. Bits and pieces people doing I'm sure you guys have seen it already but This is during the ceremony. Was this so this is picture of Sarokin. This is a bit Puffy Rick. I because he's been tend to turn recovers last few days but it's obviously it's actually a moshe. Why all puffed without maybe it's because he's got some Pioline Elga Of A policeman. I have maybe it's a big PAPI incitements to show about. I like the of it. It's it's got little velvet lapels on their The buttons of course shape of Allah. The trousers is very choon. What he's wearing these speed recovering? Gio Baskets They don't do baskets while they Ramon sorry. So the article from high surprise is the following is a rookie. humongous sums up a year while foam aware they saw rookie turned up at. The grammys wearing flamingos pink. Lullaby suit back in February. He set the tone for what would prove to be accused of the men's footwear front. I mean four fronton. Show if he's setting the tone for everybody of maybe people that read the site Over the last few months we've observed popcorn. His biggest pacemakers execute all styles thousand students in myriad of creative ways quite like the the bigger kind of comfortable double breasted suits that. You're seeing a lot of people wearing in human stuff a bit more relaxed less skinny officials of the area where everyone was wearing spray painted. Basically tights suits. But now there's a book will be more loosely be more fun the fabrics Arabic's look like you could just wear the suit all day long. You can probably vote the true your your coughs and playbill football. Put them down and go to dinner. take off your jacket and do some push ups. I mean they look really comfortable so I like that but also like this kind of big oversized suit. Where essentially you're relying on the cup? You're lying an expert panel get it right because you know there's a real big. There's a real fine line between it being boxy and just looking like a cheap. You know freedom a suit that something could call compensated Robinson ware. More design ARY Similar to this of a coat limited fleas. Somewhere for Balenciaga disease. So you know. There's a fine line between this looking at some shirlow. Oh show by picked up in the army. supplus stall and oversee costing cost continues also multiple absorb Biggest tastes makers because excuse styles of ways there were so they've been clashing patterns suits tucked into riding boots and suits in neon colors and even deriving belts at the same time. There's been a resurgence of tailoring. A inexorable influence Salim against exhibit reverberate the law of guys especial mentioned must go to drake who remains unwavering these commitments looking like an gangs however the oversize suits also popped up frequently with Marc Jacobs. Ah last night's bridge freshman awards rookie again. Took relax elements of extreme stepping out in the red carpet in record sneakers at a rapid bellowing customers to peace reenter new frontier line. It was less than Tomfool than what they've been buying of. Hopefully we see this coming out. Hopefully we see more up. She announced he's going to amend the things she hasn't. It might be just a one way for rookie. Going to see more of this form them in different colors. Imagine this really kind of rusty red. Maybe like a burnt orange Maybe a kind of a really washed out green a weird kind of like a washed out purple. They look super good. I'll reluctant maybe. Some prince look amazing so baggy Alpha from. It's a custom piece. I'm assuming that she got made. Four rocky whittle down the runway runway and read. It looks incredible herself. Did it work. Reactions have been mixed. Let's remember rockies usually fire head of the curve okay. They won't get too much on here and take into account. How perhaps it's time to start reading? A close for enormous began very close. Look at that and it. 'cause that's caught expert is ready to Charles's sit. You can obviously tell tell you know they. They fit well in the waste. Kind of Belo out towards the basically the fight all the way down and you've got to check it where social shoulder arms basically filled out popped a lot more than what they actually look. The economy is a little bit of the Tom. Tom Brown car the suit where you make some coffee but they still fit really well. which again is expert pan? Cotton Ball so definitely check that image. I'm not sure if you're going to see much of it in retail stores hopefully with your actually gone social. They're looking at it because I'll definitely be upper buying some kamins fantasy cause reentered everything and this looks like something I would wear. I like him like how it looks especially with the Recoveri- look really cool So yes move on mm from that as well and then that the patio ended. So where do you want ten. Don't waste of your time and I'll go ahead of to work. He's actually doing ensure that number two six six that's does say says frankish almost for tuning in as per you if you're watching a youtube smashed out light button. Click subscribe Dr Comeback Another Day. 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"al fayed" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

13:49 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Citation Needed

"The sentence got it reduced to a fine and then got punched in the face by an angry Diana fanatic as he was and this beautiful juxtaposition of football hooligan a princess and a stuffed animal was one of the more British things to ever have. I kinda like that. The couple of rich people died in a car accident. Okay let's see where these push pins entwine lead us. Let's take a break for a little apropos. Nothing don't just saloon. Your highest problem of Diana has become too much to ignore. It's time she'd be taken care of. I see my queen. What what exactly did you have in mind doing? Spot is in her circle. Yes Mike Glenn Gould to them to become alcoholics alcoholics. That way with the movie is right. They can kill themselves against unwashed pillar and take out the princess and so we need a SPA slash suicide bomber. I don't say sleigh with that gentleman in place it will be child's play to find a totally unmonitored patch of road for the accident. What will it be yes? Then all we do is send in murdering ambulance and we are ready for a final or your. Oh Highness Murder Ambulance yes. It looks and sounds like an ambulance but it actually finishes her off in case the car crash does not. Oh murderer murderer ambulance Scott got then. All that's left to do is confiscate all photographic evidence in the most public event in British history and no one will be the wiser. Brian fries my queen. If I may ask why well what why go through all this trouble. Why murder all these people to maintain the dignity of the royal family original men to maintain dignity your uncle Hitler to take over the country you had a six year affair with a woman so public? The King of France gave you matching dresses. Your Dad Killed The guy with his car. Your son 'til the television channel. The Jewish pharmacy conspiracies were holding back. homeopathic truth still dignity we left off. We were Monday morning. Quarterbacking Chauffeur's please camera operators. EMT's he's in hospital anything else on the list here heath okay so we talked about the day of the crash and we got into the beginnings of the conspiracy theories or explanations the fact or conspiracy. Now get into the. Did you want to jump in here. Allegedly Yay okay. Nope you're not all right so now we're going to get into the other major holes in the official story getting their host of which we need to. We need to rehearse this ahead next time on in sync return emails. NO WE'RE GONNA get into the other. Major holds the official story. Most of which are still being pointed out by Mohamed. Al Fayed was quite certain. The British Royal Family Killed Diana and and his son. Okay I mean to be fair that British do kill a lot of Muslims. This isn't entirely out of bounds. Yeah Good Goto. Yeah well yeah you know what they say about grieving leaving public figures. They make the best sources very accurate. So we'll start with this character. Who actually we might have been a spy or a patsy? For a team of spies. At the time of his death he had about one hundred seventy thousand pounds across fifteen different bank bank accounts and over the last eight months of his life. He deposited about forty three thousand pounds mostly in cash. That is not the standard gendered. Hey schedule or pay type of employees at the Hotel Ritz or pretty much. Anyone who's not a spy. That's not how you get paid and follow up on this on re Paul thing. There's also a theory that says he wasn't actually drunk. Instead his body got swapped out by British spies phonics another body right after the crowder since the air bags in the front both deployed. It would make sense that the bodyguard in the passenger seat wouldn't be the only survivor so Mr Hall was probably fine..

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"al fayed" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Citation Needed

"That's fantastic and of course. There was a legal document to settle her royal title name-change with Diana being officially stripped of the Royal Highness. Part in response her son Prince William told her. Don't worry I'll give you back that full title when I become King and you're definitely still alive to see that so you'll get to well. Hi again. Owing the divorce Diana started dating the perfect rebound spite man. This was house is not Khan. He's one of the world's best heart and lung surgeons he's Muslim and he has a good deal of Melanin. So in Charles's Charles face all that stuff all the stuff Charles is not and eventually that relationship with house not con ended though and during the summer of nineteen ninety. The seven Diana's started seeing Dodie Fed. The son of the Egyptian billionaire. Mohamed Al Fayed. Oh weird side. Note when I worked at Hambley's of London off if I was the owner and he used to throw this giant Christmas party with awesome food and open bar in the store at Christmas but that was the only time anybody ever got to SOM- armed because he wouldn't attend the party but he would end the party by getting on stage that he had erected and singing my way by Frank Sinatra. The stories are like the little details and how none of them are probably true. I you know I just ally singing Sinatra right. Nobody watching him at that Christmas party. So this this courtship with dody fed it seemed to ramp up pretty quickly with rumors of marriage and baby right away but it all came to an end on August thirty first when they both died in a car crash in Paris France. Their driver on re Paul also died in that crash. The only survivor from their vehicle was bodyguard. The Trevor Rees Jones who allegedly bumped his head and very conveniently can't really remember anything about the incident. Now all of a sudden can you imagine being that bodyguard. I mean wakes up your this looks around the blood Iraqis like I had one job in so much trouble slow-motion dive. This isn't helping. I just want to point out that right now. She's taking note of the exact minute where heath himself described blows to the head as convenient. So here's the seek convenient. Here's the sequence of events on the day leading up to the crash Dodi and Diana were staying at the Hotel Ritz in Paris on the night of August thirtieth on their way back to London in a private jet after after a yachting vacation in the French and Italian Riviera but you try to build up some sympathy anyway. They're about to die so he gets settled into their penthouse suite and Dhoti goes out by himself to look at extremely expensive wedding rings at and no Oh not helping. And according to several authors and also the highly reputable Middle Market Tabloid Daily Express. dodie was planning to proposed posed Diana the very next day and the only people who could have known that were either very close friends and family or an elaborate network of murder spa labyrinth network of murders the only two options either way together either way gets think about surveillance footage from that jeweler was later reviewed. It showed Dodie leaving without a ring. But according to Dodi's father the couple was planning to announce announced their engagement on September. First there was no evidence of any preparation for a giant media event. Like that and this was one of about hundred seventy five different conspiracy elements that were floated by Mohamed. Al Fayed but still very convenient timing I would say all of this. Just backup backup to the beginning a little bit. You know what I love. I love when rich people without real jobs. Come back from vacation like writes your whole life. Life is the vacation. You came back to vacation vacation. What is Tom's was job? I wonder I don't get what Tom Vacation House..

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"al fayed" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

14:28 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Entrepreneurs

"Committed to leading by example tape showing how moving more people to plant based Diet can have a real impact on our planet and Camilla has had to learn everything along the way. She didn't start in restaurants after all nope. She started her professional career. Working learning about business alongside her father. The former Harrods owner and current hotel Ritz. Paris owner. Mohamed Al Fayed and now still only in her early thirties. Camilla is herself and inspiring business. Success Story of how a lifestyle change can become a passion. And then life's work. You're listening to the entrepreneurs with Danube age for this week's episode..

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"al fayed" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Now wait for Friday when Jerome pal comments after the economics opposing wraps up on Friday and your final numbers from Wall Street the Dow up two hundred and forty points at twenty six thousand two oh two as a be a twenty three at two thousand nine twenty four nasdaq higher by seventy one point eighty thousand twenty gold off three dollars at fifteen twelve an ounce in the ten year bond yield at one point five nine percent not all righty and it says six fifty two in time to play the know your new school is all we've got a pair of tickets to see Ringo Starr and all his friends at the underbelly casino resort Friday August thirtieth and then we have a pair tickets to see the beach boys also at thunder valley casino resort that show Friday September six and here's your question reporter dressed in say that Diana princess of Wales has been seriously injured in a motor accident it was August of Wales died after a car crash in Paris France is Diana dies in a car accident in Paris the objection born businessman Dodi al Fayed was also injured on television they tell me to do is this the best day ever had it's the last episode of code problem is enough all downhill from here though on the silver screen down says co ordination skill timing fitness good day they were taking it all off in the hit the full Monty take a long hard look in the mirror and on the radio the Backstreet boys were top ten with quit playin games what year was it nineteen ninety six nineteen ninety seven or nineteen ninety eight all right nine one six ninety one.

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"al fayed" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:04 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We're talking about good old Chicago steakhouses this week. Got some great ones. We always have. You know there's all the all the predictable ones. Here in the downtown area and suburbs. Some fantastic steakhouses. You were kind of talking about this earlier, some of these great supper clubs that are sprinkled throughout the country, you're talking about not getting on the interstate. Yeah. For your big trip, right? That you just came off with your dad, but instead taking the some of the lesser traveled roads so you can go to some fantastic places, and some of my favorites when I go on road trips, I wish I went more, but stopping at supper clubs along the way and just getting a big steak. There's nothing better than that. For some reason, the food tastes better. I don't know what it is. But, you know, you go out to these places that are off the beaten path more or less or a little more road remote or in a very scenic area. And yeah, you get a great steak or a great piece of fish, nice relish tray, tray like the restaurants that bring you the relish tray, you know, your favorite cocktail. If you're if you're into that. That. Yeah. You're all set. I have been known to enjoy an occasional cocktail, or to, yes, I can think of a certain incident. Join at that certain to at that certain incident. There's only photographic evidence that you may have been over served. Oh, wow. I keep telling you anything ever. Know break into my house and find those pictures. Seriously, though, the, you know, those, those places are terrific places. Yeah. And we've got some doozy of places. Did you know that this is national steak month? No month of June is national state month. I did not know that now which is I'm going to go out and get a steak you should you should. You know, I think part of it may have to do with Father's Day being next Sunday. You know, and we all think you know what's the, the meal, the dad's going to enjoy most for Father's Day, a nice Biggles steak, which probably is, is the case. It, it just got me thinking about some of the great state places. We have in Chicago, but I wanted to focus on one in particular that believe it or not has been around for seventy eight years. Isn't that amazing restaurants? Come and go, you know, if they last three five ten years, it's a miracle, but Ginanjar jetties was founded in nineteen forty one and has been delighting Chicago. It is sharply in the same location. Well, we're gonna find out because we've got the, the managing partner, the granddaughter of gene, who founded gene Mitchell Eddie, who founded it back in nineteen forty one to give us a little of the history of this, Michelle depravity is on the line with us right now. Hi, Michelle welcome to WGN. Nice to have you with us. Thanks so much for having them. So happy to be here. Talk to me, a little about the history now with your grandfather, and his partner, L Frago, who started gene and Georgetti. I'd love to so keen and Al Fayed worst friends, they were colleagues. Jane was always kind of a front of house guy. He was the bartender or bar bathroom. Team with my team. It's my grandfather Lottie, I think is correct. Right. Nicoletti nick. Okay. Heart, not easy Italian food. But yes, so that he started sort of the front of house guy when they were originally working together at a different location and Georgetti whose real name your correctly. They'll Frago his last name was actually Federico. But there was an Italian cyclist, who had that named or jetty. And this particular man, loved to ride his bike. So my grandfather had kinda given him, the nickname Georgetti Georgetti comes from. Okay. All right. Gene was always in the front of house, very social love to be with customers, and behind the bar, where Georgetti like to be in the kitchen, and I believe, with almost unofficially, the first chef of the restaurant from from what I understand, and they ran the restaurant together. They, they founded in nineteen forty one they ran it together until Georgetti castaway in nineteen sixty nine and then my grandfather, Jean ran independently until his death in nineteen eighty nine at which time my parents Marian tiny petty bought the restaurants from my grandmother jeans. Wife Ida, and they've had it and they've had it in ever since. So I am the third generation to the art of the restaurant. So since nineteen forty one at the same location on the Franklin street, since nineteen forty one right on Franklin and went away, and the original building is from somewhere. In the I always, get the state wrong in my dad is listening. So before I get it wrong. And he say seventeen hundreds the legend is because it's a wood frame building. And it's one of I think to green door tavern. Also has a wood frame structure, and the wood came from scraps left after the Chicago fire. Right, right. While how about that. Now how how has the steakhouse changed through the years now? It's expanded. I imagine that. What was the original restaurant just that first room that you walk into the restaurant always had floors? Because originally the third floor where officers are now was actually in apartment for the person from team gene, jetty purchase the restaurant, his name was Vic, and it was actually a diner called kind of diner called Vicks, before they bought it and turned it into ginger Jedi, so there was some there always levels to it. It has obviously evolved over the years. My father back in the late nineties did a pretty large edition, because the kitchen few new the kitchen is so small, my dad is joke. Sometimes you have to walk out to change your mind and what back into not even. And they are amazing. Our chef Louise is incredible. And his entire team in that kitchen, working with this base that they have, but twenty years ago, thirty years about was even smaller. So my dad did do an expansion, which brought us the second floor now where we have that beautiful fireside room and we have the Chicago room evolved over time. But we are very mindful in the family of protecting the brand sort of as a two pronged approach. So one is the legacy which is that sort of intangible, you know, what is it feel like you know, then there's actually, the destructural logistical, you know, is this light fixture in line with what it's always felt like is this dish something we can introduce or eliminate from the menu, and it's feels appropriate? You know. So we always have a very mindful approach to how we try to respect who we are. But also because you need to do that as a business Louis. No wasn't always a steakhouse or has it evolved into becoming a. Steakhouse. No such a good question because I've asked myself several times, both gene and Georgetti. We're like two super giant guys in pursuit of the, the American dream. Right. And they opened a stakeout. I don't know where I don't necessarily I know there's a story behind it, but for me it always kinda makes me go. It has always been a stay calm. It's always had a little bit Italian player. We in the family now, kind of joke because right now in the steakhouse world, Italian steakhouses are thing, actually, it's a term. It's a it's a it's a genre category of house now. And we liked to believe that we were, we predate all the categories, which we kind of do so on your little about on your on your menu. There's fantastic steaks and seafood. But but you've got some really classic Italian specialties on the menu as well. I was there and I had a steak Abon him of filet, which is amazing but behind me. Were couple enjoying a birthday dinner? I know that because they stopped and said, Hello, they recognized me. Stopping set alone told me it was their birthday but they had looked like a maybe a chicken parmesan something. I'm they had a couple of talian specialties that I want to sit down at their table. Join them. So delicious. There are there are a few things that we do really stake is always our first lab. Right. We love what we do on those broilers for our customers in the stakes and we have age and all that, but specialties are equally as important to us as much a love. In fact, our chef is now making meatballs in house that she's super excited about. And, you know, over the years, we've us between stakes to make me and we have a little bit especially ingredients. I can't really talk about it's kind of a family secret. But are you take our dishes as seriously as we do our stakes now for national steak months, you've got some specials going on for the June. Right. We do actually we have a we have a really cool twenty four hours, forty five day dry aged bone in Webuye. And we like I said, we take our stakes pretty seriously. You know, we, we like to perfection at about fifteen hundred degrees and that, that twenty four hours I just had it. I was there on Wednesday night. I believe it was, and I had this and I love I love to order my steak, medium rare. And then I actually asked the kitchen to slice, the rebuy before it comes out in my husband, Colin and I will split it. Because for me twenty four ounces is a lot. Yeah. And especially when it's dry age dry, that's left to age, sort of, in those temperature controlled coolers. It's a it's a much more time consuming space consuming sort of involved process. So there's a little bit of like this amazing kind of flavor, full funk to a dry age. So it can be a little more rich young. So for me. I always think less is more so we'll split it. Because like I said, the twenty four ounces a lot in for me, sixty bucks. Leading a really great value. So that's something we're doing to celebrate national stakeouts in national statements, and you're right. It is the perfect time to do it. Because of dad's like my dad is always steak eater. So you might be a little biased. No, the gene Georgetti locations. The original location, five hundred north Franklin, but also your Rosemont location at ninety four twenty one west Higgins road. You're actually closed on Sundays. So people are going to celebrate a Father's Day of next Saturday. Or a day during the week Friday Saturday day during the week, probably would be a good idea. Maybe a gift card, something like that to some other time. So jeans wife, Ida, very much believed that Sunday was a day for family and the legend in our family goes that we were at some point open, seven days and Eita came into the restaurant in the original location, set right down in one of the front tables, and proceeded to start having lunch with a customer, who has a friend of my grandfathers, who also happen to be a divorce attorney, and she basically said, either you closed on Sunday. Or I'm gonna finish my lunch with him. So, so she kinda had. She had a lot of quits, but she was a very dynamic. I just I miss her to this day. She was such a cool lady, a lot of style. And she knew how to tell it like it was always being the lady. And so we closed on Sundays and because of that we always encourage families to come in on Saturdays and celebrate or like you said, gift cards are available online. And we think that's then you can kind of..

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"al fayed" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Yeah. They'll sell gets gifts every single year getting more gives than he could possible us. I promise, Jerry. Do we take him out with Dr rock? We gotta go out and have not done that yet because busy been home. Crazy like that. Crazy. I like looking out with the purple. Yeah. Not a fan. I tell you what we're gonna do it never wished for color blindness mourn. I can't tell you. How how I just wanted to take the morning this first half hour and just be get be silly just thank you for. We'll get into the news when we come back, but it just feels. So, you know, Frankie, we gotta go the street. Like, we gotta talk about the the, you know, the disasters around the world of horror around the world. The different news around the world is just so much noise. So which is good. We take a little half hour in the morning just to get to settle in. Right. You want to hear some good humor. Maybe we can talk about this with John Brown, Nick when he comes on in the nine o'clock hour, apparently the petition to recall governor Murphy has gotten through the firstly. I didn't say that. Now emailed you guys early early on? I said fake news with question Mark, whenever I because when you come on this radio show, we deal with you straight on very honest from the heart very organic and transparent as anyone's going to be on the radio or any media for that matter. So I see a recall with issues starting with the governor of New Jersey. I'm going fake news sent the Frankie fakeness question. Mark, Al Fayed's. Mr. New Jersey fake news question, Mark, you telling me that that could be apparently sore store yesterday. They got the signatures that they needed to pass the first legal hurdle. Now, they have to get it's it's a little bit more difficult. Probably likelihood of him being recalled is going to be next to impossible, but they need to get. I think it's one point three million people to sign this petition to get to get him on a ballot to be recalled to voting. At one point three million signatures behind this would be so much better off organizing behind an opponent right to run against him in Mary or rumor hasn't I don't know if this just is absolutely rumors that Steve Sweeney, the president of the Senate made primary interest, I make primary the governor not in a democratic primary. Listen, let's face it. The governor of the current governor boxed him out when he wanted to go in time. So why not primary him and what different minority leader John Brown? Nick will join us in with he. Ninety nine o'clock nine o'clock. Very funny. We'll have some laughs. But let's go about that as well. Hey, six thirty three with Joe on the radio with green were purple. It's ever. Hear Frankie France. Nice. France flag on New York City. Not even close. Closest friends. Different, but they have three stripes. You don't want church. Did you see me post that? That they put the French league maybe memory because it should the guy. The first pastor of that church. Was he got when he became a priest? He became a priest at Notre Dame. Oh, wow. Nice ver-, very very, hey, Joe on the radio with Frankie and big house. Got the purple news right now live and local on AM nine seventy the answer..

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"al fayed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Now, it's a soccer, right? Really weird. It's weird. Except when you know that it's because the owner will the at the time the owner of one of the football teams over there was friends with him. Right. And so had the statue put into Britain's national football taking it out because of the HBO, buddy. L fed buddies, the father of Dodi, Al Fayed who died with Princess, Diana. Yeah, they were in the car in in Paris. So nowadays they were killed. So this on the heels of radio stations are now have you seen him since? I just read the you know that episode of the Simpsons that has Michael Jackson. They're they're pulling from district starting to watch. The never land would leading. You haven't seen it yet? Oh, man. Brutal. I mean, brutal and graphic descriptions. And when of course, the estate is saying that these kids are lying through their teeth. I gotta tell you. They are so credible. I mean, so credible. These young men. Bender did a quick episode of the Simpsons re recap Tijuana. It's about a minute long your name. Sure, why not no. I want to hear it. So I don't care if you want to or not all right? Let's hear it just on FOX. Pulling the episode of this is the season three premiere from nineteen Ninety-one features. Michael Jackson's voice, the decision comes days after HBO aired a documentary detailing child salvations, you're right. You're absolutely right. More better. But it gets too. I mean. The back part of it. Go ahead. You never heard of me. I'm a very popular entertainer. Course, I've heard of you. I mean, you'd have to be living under a rock. Not to know what you say. Your name was Michael Jackson doesn't ring a bell. We'll have you heard of TV. Nope. Montano beat it beat it thriller. What was that? Last one thriller. No, well, how about this genie's? Not bad. Thank you for talking me into that..

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"al fayed" Discussed on The Russillo Show

The Russillo Show

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"al fayed" Discussed on The Russillo Show

"It's not Cleveland or Miami. You're gonna get treated and talked about it away that seems so foreign, but it's not necessarily unfair. Right. And that's the word like stuff comes with the territory, and you can you whatever cliche. You want to use the wind blows the heart top of the hill. This that I mean, he's been there. He's occupied a rare space, and it is interesting with the passing of Michael. But in the context of a game in which they're getting destroyed they come back and make it competitive, and then ended up losing a lot. And he got Rondo sitting spot away from the team. And he's like, you know, I did this bunch of nobody noticed it. Now. It's a big deal. Everything is a big deal now. Because now we've got this different lens on it of the finality of season which will include the ball in the playoffs at this age where he hasn't shown great regressions player. I mean, he's still continues to be as good as anyone. But it's it's more to me about who who's interested in in being part of of this storyline moving forward with him. And what's the what's the toll on these young guys? 'cause like. It's easy to look at the young generation of guys. You know, the, you know, the social media presence and you ask okay? What's important to them? And they've been part of a bad Lakers team around was supposed to come into the magic perfume made everything smell better. And it's dead. It's almost you know, the word toxic. It's overused, but there's some toxically here. And and I think it's reasonable to say man, if you're one of those guys you probably be really pumped out about what what you thought you were going to be part of versus what the reality of being included in. It was. Yeah. All of that. All that makes sense. I can't imagine being one of those dudes. And sometimes it's easy. But whatever your LeBron not those guys, I'm. I'm very certain that younger guys look at LeBron differently going like, all right? Awesome. But. Gamut guys. Delta guys, do we get there for down or do we just Al Fayed? 'cause I'm I wanna know like who the gamma delta Epsilon guy. Like, hey, I'm an Epsilon guy every year. I've just I've just happy to get a jersey and some of those cool socks. Are we talking about white fraternities or black fraternities? I'm talking about the whole Greek system where I place the whole system. I don't see color. I just I'm just happy to be part of Greek life. Yeah. I don't know. I don't know. What is it delta? I think it's pretty much alpha invaded. I think we know that it's kinda like just kinda laughing myself about that. 'cause it isn't it isn't had ever the Greek alphabet. I I went through and alpha. Bama alpha beta gamma, delta Epsilon eight I would've capital voters. I woke up, and then I get gets fuzzy in rose something something, right? Wow. That was pretty good. Do it to cook. I was. To. I just think about anything that you went through hazing. Don't laugh. This is important. Nothing crew was it was critically important. All this all to people. Yeah. Get eaten dipped and all that horrible stuff. I know him. I think. We want to be one of the clippers gonna get everybody in the free agency in the summer in the Lakers are gonna strike out. Right. If if I were betting based on the rumor thing right now, which means the stuff can change..

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