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"alex perry" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast

The Good-Hearted Podcast

04:50 min | Last month

"alex perry" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast

"Structurally unietd these things and you need or in more and more of them as our absolutely because like we just moved into this new house a little over a year. Oh no almost two years ago anyway. My last house. I got everything down to a fucking science. Everything was organized. There was a routine there was like i was just in this really good flow and ever since we've moved into this new house and of course i had a baby like i feel like i'm still trying to catch up to that but like whenever i have the time yes i am trying to get to organize i have you know three different paper planners for what reason i don't know 'cause i yes. Oh yeah i'll post it notes all over the wall like i just. I do feel that need to be organized and have a system. But sometimes i do struggle with actually making the time to come up with them but once i do on my oh thank god like and i can just take a breath but i crave that yeah absolutely and you know in addition to this because like i said jitter can't be fortunes virgo is ruled in a way by kind of these earthly hard-working energies the sixth house. So what this also says to me is. You're going to have the most material success when you have that structure. It's not. I don't want you to think of it. As structure is in like physical structure. It's mental structure. You know what. I need it and down to like because yes you can have these to do lists things muse things but if we're not honoring your emotions if we are offering the essence of who you are will never reach this next step and so that way. It's kind of like it always comes back to each other right. We can expect you to be performing at your best if everything else is still all over the place. It's not so any junior day to help. You have some of that small routines which i know is next to impossible as a mom lake. I would love to get you know even even little rituals where it's being taken extra two minutes to wash your face or this hagan extra three minutes in the shower and that by the end of the day you've built in ten extra minutes of of this mind building ritualistic feeling that you need to survive as a person. Oh yeah because. I feel like i've always struggled with anxiety on some level but then with the last year and being a mom like my head was just constantly buzzing. Feel like like everything was i couldn't keep track of things and so i've been trying like in the probably the past two weeks to really be intentional about that to factor in it time or whatever like you said taking a shower..

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"alex perry" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast

The Good-Hearted Podcast

05:04 min | Last month

"alex perry" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast

"I don't know what that comes from is like were so worried about the greater good. That were fairly not convinced to try anything different. Because we're worried about how might hurt people in aerosols more out her people not that we want things to stay the same we. We do want innovation. But we're not willing to risk other people in that innovation the least if were not negatively affected after aquarius. We do have pisces. This is our final water. Sign and pisces is deep as the ocean. These are the artists poets. That just walk around just living at mystical life. Damn i like you right so yourself. You can't even. I love it really really really fun. Energy there so then after pisces. Weezer or right back into areas and then the way that those go in order actually also aligns with houses so the way that houses will following your birth chart is gonna vary depending on your birth time and stuff but if you were to have like an ideal earth chart The first house aligned with aries the second house align with tourists the third house aligned with gemini. And it's funny because when you start seeing net the first houses about the self aries me. A second house is about money torres finances. The third house gemini loves to talk and as going. Cancer is the fourth house which is home Leo the fifth house. Which is how you make your presentation to the world virgo. The sixth house which is organization in daily habits in like rituals the seventh house relationships scorpio the eighth house. The underworld death rebirth. So as you go through all of these unparalleled energies but truth be told. We don't always end up getting a birth chart it lines up like that. It's very rare consulted with someone. The other day that did happen. I was literally pokes lay off the most amazingly align houses irony life. It was very impressive. That person has an easy live. And a lotta times. We have these kind of easy placements. We don't really learn much about life as you know. Go through it to really learn about ourselves absolutely. Yeah so timing irv you all of that energy. How do you feel about that honestly. It was so nice for you to like so concisely kind of summarize what each sign was because i was thinking of people like in my life with every single one that was like. Oh damn yeah. That's that's exactly you know how they work. Which harper is a secretary of so my. We are going to travel all over the place. I cannot wait so excited..

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"alex perry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:03 min | 6 months ago

"alex perry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Premier financial advisors, Alex Perry, and then belt from Lot going on in the news. Normally we look to the holiday season for things to kind of settle down and get quiet. But if it isn't election news or stimulus package news, it's covert news And, of course, a record highs taking place both on the NASDAQ and the S and P. 500 along was sadly pretty significant unemployment numbers to hearing that just last week, 885,000 new unemployment applications and That for individual investors kind of trying to wrap their minds around all of this, It's becoming increasingly difficult, isn't it? You know, Craig. It's always a potpourri of conflicting positives and negatives. And this past week we've seen AH host of issues the Electoral college, putting the final nail in the coffin of President Trump. It is now gonna be imminently President elect Biden's ideas to implement from the White House, so we'll see how the first quarter rolls out with a new administration. We've seen Uninterested in mix of news this week. They're projecting a massive backup at United States, Post office, FedEx and UPS, all of us buying much more online. We're pretty limited and how we can shop a little reluctant to go to the mall and wear masks and getting crowds with people pushing and shoving and Buying, so it's much easier said in your bedroom slippers and buy online some other bad news this past week Oracle Larry Ellison deciding to move to Texas, along with recent announcements from HP, plantar and a number of other companies. When will this exodus stop guys that it's been significant sized companies saying, Okay, we don't like the politics. We don't like the cost The cost of living. Cause the housing in California will the epicenter of intellectual development moved to Texas and it'll leave Silicon Valley empty or will the Berkeley grad Stanford grads continue to feed intellectual environment that we've kind of been spoiled with? That'll be an interesting involved to watch in 2021 as the vaccine rolls out? And hopefully we get better control over this pandemic. Politically, there's been no shortage of of issues surrounding how the governor's air handling the covered issue. There's actually a pretty substantial recall. Other way. I think there's about seven or 8 50,000 signatures. So will Gavin Newsom be recalled. Or will this phase out? He's taking it pretty hard nose closed down everything in the hopes of stemming the tide. It's been that kind of opposite view off Texas and Florida. Florida's keeping everything open. It'll be interesting to look at the numbers 689 months from now to see which program had less cases, less deaths per million residents were seeing kind of the opposite view of how to handle the pandemic. We're all waiting for this $900 billion Bill to be passed by Congress. Supposedly, they're not going to let any of the congressional people go home for Christmas. So that's kind of a motivation for them to get the darn thing done and stop messing around. And so I like that philosophy. If it's real, or will they go home without a program being passed? It's always a collection of good news. Bad news. Surely the unemployment claim of 18 85,000 people filing for unemployment, not good news. Coming just before Christmas. Something interesting would be kind of a look at Pat maybe for next week was seeing those unemployment numbers and kind of diving into which states or having the highest Filing. Obviously, San Francisco's completely shut down, small businesses are becoming crippled. Do you see a disproportion amount of these unemployment claims coming from more shut down states probably like you know, for example of Texas what everyone's moving there how what's unemployment looking like in Texas right now versus Oregon or California? Even New York? The kind of the discrepancy there. Would you imagine it'll be interesting until take a note. Hindsight's 2020 and will reflect back on which was the better position to take. But there is clearly kind of 180 degree difference. Kind of the New York governor Cuomo and Gavin Newsom got taken the hard nose approach. Florida governor, Texas governor. Interestingly, there are different parties right Republicans in Texas Republicans in Florida versus Democrats in New York in California. Not to throw partisanship in there. But there is a philosophical difference and had their handling the endemic and that could lead potentially to a significant paradigm shift here as we talk about the nation's potential covert recovery with the deployment of the vaccine At the same token, it's almost as if there's been a day of reckoning for the state of California. Not that we're going to cease being the seventh largest economy in the world if we were independent nation anytime soon. Guys I have to wonder between increased taxes and the hostile environment here in California, both in terms of overregulation and the issue, of course, related to management of covert 19 by the governor. You have to wonder if maybe challenging days are in the future of California for some time to come. I definitely think so, Craig, you know if you look at the fact that Elon Musk is committed to moving out to California and Oracle, you know those are two big names right there, And if they're actually acting on it, that means there's you know how many others that are seriously considering it. You know the answer. There is gonna be a lot more, so we'll find that out and the months and years to come, But that's definitely the attractive thing to do. For some of these folks, you go to a place like Texas you have a bit less of a tax burden and Profitability increases a little bit, you know? Hey, for Tesla. Maybe that knocks down that valuation from little over 1200 something a little bit more manageable in the eyes of investors, at least but That's definitely Ah, theme. I think that's here to stay. You're in tune with Don't invest and forget the program that every week helps you keep your finger on the pulse of money from Wall Street..

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Our Top 10 Films of 2019

Filmspotting

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Our Top 10 Films of 2019

"Last week on the show we focused on our out liar pixies or movies that were unique to our individual top ten list this week. It's what we're calling the consensus picks though as you'll hear in a moment a little bit of a misnomer because these things can never just line up perfectly. We do want to quickly recap the the movies we talked about last week on the show Tasha. You're the big winner with five movies as outliers. You were the only one who loved these movies that much which is to say. Some of US didn't appreciate these films but we didn't appreciate him quite as much as you did. Those titles were I did not realize I was winning but I will take this win They were wild rose the drama about the Scottish woman who wants to be a country and western singer. I lost my body. The French animated drama about a severed hand. Making its way through Paris Chris. The Documentary Hail Satan about the rise of the political group the Satanic Temple. Honey boy the style of movie where he plays his own father and tells his own. The story and the nightingale a harrowing rape revenge drama from Jennifer Kent Director of the Obama Duke tied for second place. Michael and Josh Michael Will Start with you. Four titles else that were outlined four titles ashes pure swathes Uson case great gangster film one child nation a terrific documentary About a filmmaker who goes back to her home village in China to explore the consequences of the government's one child policy that affected everybody in her family and her village waves the drama Rahmah from trae Edwards Scholtz his third feature and a great streak of threes on NFL. Nobody saw nobody knows present. Perfect from school of the the art institute graduate and it's a wonderful Colli picture of about a youtube stars in China and just come into the lives we learn about through all this phone footage Josh. You're foreign. I had Clerides highlife. Joanna Hogg's the Souvenir Takeaway. TD's Joe Joe. Rabbit and Pedro Element over Spain and glory so my top ten list. Apparently very boring and predictable. I only had three outliers. Safdie brothers Uncut Gems starring. Adam Sandler. Her was my number nine choice. Alex Perry's her smell starring Elizabeth Moss one of the best performances by an actress. This year I think was my number seven choice and I had James. Gray's Astra Astra starring Brad Pitt at number six.

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"alex perry" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the povertystricken place where they've gone ostensibly to help they paid local women for sex some of the women it's feared would not women are told it underage girls a shocking instance of exploitation and betrayal says form of a british government minister andrew mitchell this is a shuddering lay awful tale terrible on every single level if it clip says the fat that awesome is one of the most brilliant humanitarian organisations in the world but it did not distinguish itself in haiti wisdom bryant who worked there for oxfam throughout the relief operation says she frequently told her boss at the agency what she thought was going on there was a lot of women it's about management and leaders exploiting the locals are sexually so in many occasions i would share those rumors with my boss eventually in two thousand eleven oxfam investigated four of the workers involved were quietly fired another three were allowed to resign two of them went on to work for other aid agencies details of their misconduct were not fully reported oxfam's chief executive mark go bring who wasn't in office at the time says the group was at a loss to know what to do at that time use of prostitutes was not explicitly contrary to oxfam's code of conduct so there was an expiration of wool how should the organization respond the response he now admits was woefully inadequate some chris say oxfam was behaving more like a prophet driven cooperation than a humanitarian body more interested in raising money and protecting its brand than dealing openly and honestly with its stuff's misconduct they hillary bloom if the charity's advisory trust if you're healthy your charity as an operation to raise money and you think that what you're doing about money then you want to keep very quiet about it the scandals say the critics reveals how disconnected some aid organizations like oxfam have become from their primary purpose author alex perry says oxfam based.

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"alex perry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And columnist for the guardian an independent newspapers and alex perry british author journalist and foreign correspondent said of the news that emerged in the last couple of hours israel saying one of its fighter jets has gone down in its own territory amid syrian antiaircraft fire so what's known at this point i spoke briefly to our correspondent in jerusalem tom bateman what what the israeli military have said is dirt in iranian drone came into its s as base in a northern israel from across the border from syria in the early hours of saturday morning they say they responded to that shot down the drain using a combat helicopter and then themes four israeli f sixteen fighter jets went into syria to strike the facility that had launched this drug and then what these ready minute describes his massive antiaircraft fire took place along the border between syria and israel and an israeli f sixteen fighter jet crashed inside israeli territory they say that the two pilots ejected and parachuted to safety a word about israeli action in syria of this nature how komen has it been in recent times it is not uncommon and what israel says is that it has two red lines for its engagement in syria they all any crossborder fire that comes from syria into the golan heights anz what they described as weapons transfers from iranian forces to hezbollah lebanese militant fighters who are fighting inside syria they of the two triggers if he liked that israel says schools it to act inside syrian territory usually ask strikes and then not uncommon israeli comments on them officially although a senior military figure said last year that the number was around two hundred of these attacks that had taken place have lost a few years said these things do happen i think what is uncommon here of course is the the event that the.

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"alex perry" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"The envoy absolutely <music> in life hey army on their dream at the mall my of guarding the wringer ringing langer not among the ever here hey thanks for sticking around so today we talked with dr duck middle filled about some of the cooler infamous meteorites that have been discovered throughout the years and then some interesting stories about an article and how he's finding them it's really a cool processing he works with a uh a ends met is there an arctic search for meteorites so if you want to learn more about an smet and some of the adventures that are going on in an article on some of the curious findings in these meteorites especially some that nair may not be life as it turns out that there were some you know fate meteorites at the end of their which is kind of disappointing but that's okay you can go to aries dot jse dot nasa dot gov to get the full scoop on all of these cool meteorites and and you can learn how to get your hands on winning these meteorites samples to study them uh if you go to uh social media on the nasa johnson space center accounts or if you go to a aries or astra materials nasa astra materials we got um pages on facebook twitter instagram where we like to share these stories i just use the hashtag ask nasa on we're pleased on your favorite platform to submit an idea or if you have a question about meteorites or if you want to submit a new topic off with shouts meant make sure to mention its for houston we have a podcast so this podcast was recorded on january eighth 2018 thanks to alex perry men greg wisemen tracy cow hoon and jenny nuts and thanks again to dr duck metal phil four coming on the show we'll be back next week

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"alex perry" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on KELO

"However with his truck curries are movie be an easier with movie news we are listening to music from glory which i wanna think is a could fat is a civil war movie a my right it is what else do matthew broderick denzel washington kamoga freeman it's it's tinsel washington birthday today doug sixty three years old one of the great i think one of the best actors in the business easily agreed i absolutely he's he won two oscars this is this for us i oscar glory best supporting actor and then he won the oscar for best actor for training day playing a role exhaust nasty guy very bad so does his portrayal of easy kyodo israel or whatever the character's name is in this movie about a lawyer who is challenged does he get hit that didn't do so well at the box office i don't think but i didn't hear the only person that tore it i thought well you know i'm a big movie fan i love going on alex perry it's all kinds of movies i just think it's a great form of entertainment and escape for me plus i like to keep up with some of the actors and actresses that i think are really fabulous and deserve to be uh touted for their work slaughter work during this stuff yeah the i can't be any of it if it off of the i didn't see it i don't know but there is a kabbah's on it before but to eat oil of acted i think like almost like meryl streep only almost anything he does is worthy of uh i read ignition one of my oughta go freight i whenever there is a uh there are certain people like it was always gene hackman any movie use i.

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"alex perry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is on did you call her a narcissistic looney toon i am not going to comment on what i did or did not say back in the late 90s came back to the room found me with my bloody four one way up and immediately and came home i was getting ready and he went to the door and their eyes derived jeff on the bed just devastated and he goes to the door casually puts his sunglasses and says you better get some ice on that and she should do you understand everything that you do in cultural to it must first time i became afraid that woman people have been harassing my husband's for gosh i don't know i've known of abolition you it said it was a political relationship that they had it wasn't a normal average marriage cheating disdain at for the women that new what her husband dna she knew what her husband did to those women she there's no way she did not know that year they come again we're going to have to just ride through this as we have so many of these other false accusations there's a lot of people that cannot stand in arkansas and i've had a lot of last march easter for your life and i have been we will destroy you is what they said uh uh who said my colleague it on behalf of billy one he was campaigning for him in 1992 i have to believe that it is in large measure motivated by people uh just just uh flag vowed disagree with the kind of politics and policies that my husband believes her best for america at is point i used to think that was threatening physical really really yeah i was i was very scared i was horribly horribly threatened and and people don't know that story i don't think there's any that there are professional forces on the right um at work for their own purposes and uh uh theory genome any curious relationships among a lot of people and various institutes and entities uh and i think that that deserves thorough investigation why did you originally it's a night considering this was a legal matter did you see what happened to general flowers did you see what was happening apologize my alex perry yes no not afraid i just i just knew what would happen.

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"alex perry" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on WTMA

"To alex in rockville alexia on the chris plante show at prey yet great they why oh boy art gallery barry you're you're a racist and a bigot now alex perry alex you're a you're you're muslim right now i'm not you're not you're in it but your names mohammad isn't it well vitamix amami nah okay i n and you'll know that he was an antichristian atheist big you know that right now no no what i called him a white boy which makes you a racist so you're a racist my my wife my wife you've got a white woman i'm not ready are you must you must be terrible to her since you're a race is on an eight hundred owned by am i have no white boy you called him a white boy wow well let's not get caught up in hong kong hear what and then you called him a christian terrorist when he was an antichristian terrorists says no perry not europe bigot you'll see your a raised as renovate i do not your vote vote for on election day heard your vote for could your vote for on election day yeah whether it's a muslim yeah this guy's not a chris he's an antichristian you should know the difference betray you're you're a hillary guy earned shaka you're here a hillary supporter theory hillary supporter saying alex plug their they're all nuts this is the chris plante show.

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"alex perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I cannot say that the weekly i pale hotseat alex perry all over a teaser ipo reporter keeper at the weekly ipo hot sheet here at bloomberg news in our bloomberg 1130 sti actually feel like we should say some reserve vacations over 'cause they're stuff happening exactly and i thought september means the end of summer but obviously not every imahashi 'cause we i told ever in how i felt like this past week i was that persons stranded on the island in a movie you know and the plane flies over and you have this rush of relieve and excitement that's how i felt that finally got busy after we've talked for so many monday they're here they're back on the end it for me it was a mix of of scoops of breaking news that we had last week and a slew of listings coming this week and next week and i'll start with the scoops because those get me excited i'm one of the most notable ones is probably a potential spin out of 18 tease latin american ptb asset so that the backdrop here's from ever at t has agreed to by time warner in this massive make a deal and so they are evaluating their portfolio and figuring out what they want to kind of eggs that they have started talking advisors about a possible ipo of this business which could be a have a market value of as much as ten billion so not small sell at that cash would go back to eighteen t f a listing were to be the outcome four that business is i i mean a hot offering do people are they excited about this there have been some latin american telco deals in the past i'm thinking a couple of years ago right now they're looking for areas with growth it's a market that there is growth in as those countries continue to develop that's an opportunity for some of these pay tv and infrastructure internet infrastructure provider influential audience exams in a recent round of elections exactly definitely an influential audience said that will be a deal i i will be tracking our sources tell us that is early days and they're still trying to figure out what that business have looked like the direct tv latte and businesses in there so that is why i'm paying attention taylor and keeping.

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"alex perry" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The sexes we'll see if it finds an audience again huge ratings on rotten tomatoes like eighty six percent okay we move to our next one and this movie i really wanna see to i know a lot about this particular character it's a true story just like battle the sexes made into a film and it's called american made the united states comportment where warrior lands high plant my name's seal as for the damage for your sister halo dr and me come through classes civil air patrol pile like you shouldn't be flying bush replied baker evans you ever wanted something more very you should be serving your country right we need you to deliver stuff for us all this this legal if you're doing it for the good guys alex perry that's how you support this family is going to be good for us michael trust me where's very no in brusca done this in the backyard their fills blown around everywhere alrakkad up in the morning nine jal no caddies have more trustbased and then the other car a game each and every one of trump's salimo walk at a year they're saying any way you can do about it bush should the taken cares.

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"alex perry" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Kevin gone um i know he's kind of looking at jason too but in the event that one of the jason alex perry winds he wants to make sure kevin is gone so this is not good it's not good um i feel bad for kevin rooting for kevin but man what a rough couple of weeks she's hot yeah and this and he's basically setting alex and jason ought to do the same exact thing that jessica did where like if they do win the age or wage with the entire house against them the person they might end up taking out is the one person that's not coming after them in cabin in like shore kevin wants to come after you a final sex by he's the only person that doesn't wanna come after you this week and his plan for final sex is contingent upon the the idea that like you're all of air at final sex which you're not gonna be if you take him out on this so i mean paul again just like he's he's setting this up so that they do the absolute worst move for the game and i can see it i i could absolutely see work i could see like you know everyone's gunning for alex next week or jason i'm an old boom alex wednesay itu which is the underdog she's finally got it she's going to turn the game around and then she constrictive kevin in coast next week i mean that's that's what paul is doing to this game and i again i know some people are running a boring i'm finding a pretty entertaining and then it's like okay to like maker quicken algiere out of this is like you're playing more your party with four people and there's one person that has seven stars on route fifty coins and the rest of you stood on one start of course.

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"alex perry" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Well mrs how was it love at first sight as far as you are concerned perry powell training uh painted a punch torino to cut the full reputation exactly the happening tippy careful planning you at dealing with a strange men particularly strange american then picked killilea of his fate it's so you were very careful but you're interested though alex perry and chatted and i think apple suara prohibit gone to get through the hague and caused by now the rafferty within agudelo with us we stayed together we work together but uh when the war ended in the had come home i couldn't come back with um the we have twenty lifting house three years of a thai would be able to it passage shown that attack cooking but to the romance we so we never forgot to whatever uh pendant on live and sustain in 1988 my husband and thomas married to die and uh some people would say i wish were in this i don't think i will have to 45 five has been very pension to help the states yes and you got married and joy all that time yozo thought overall odd in wondered what happened and uh then the last fall my knees coming out with a letter on a photograph joy and pieces view on sees tonight said yes and she says well you take it from years and uh i brought him homeless me i kept reading the ladder over and over.

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"alex perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The show hi alex perry one guy i love your good good good we're could room you know look at reality or your walkabout yaohan year the reality you're there we have one party that is your open liberated air crew up you're going to be under got great we don't know what's going on they were they were firing on the other part you you don't let that eight you're you're all all of our you're not you're you're you're a crash that we america eight grin and you're really happy republican party which way it look you really feel if you're a man from another party why warm democrat so i built reality regret allparty wall by it well when you're when you're when when you when you think about it where you know you had uh of the of 2012 nominee uh mitt romney who you know ronna romney care and then uh you had a donald trump not a lifelong democrat but because he had switched parties a few times but a most the major issues he was mostly liberal but there are some issues word does view that he is moving more the right but continue go ahead well let me recall issue you know i'm i'm you kind of out of the far no honour not really political our own maybe you're we look away good good aquatic ari and maybe change the republican party thumped to know where with a oneparty whom whose wait you know i don't know well america or you know everybody you right now that they as as long as there is support for both parties they stay the reason the political parties are there is because there are people that will support them and people that will vote for them uh we have tried third parties in in in in the past as you know because we are more than just do we have two major party these because the two major parties really cover uh you know most of what americans actually thing there are other parties out there but they can't hit to the majority status so again it always goes back to the people.

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"alex perry" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on WCTC

"The show hi alex perry one guys i love your good good good with the room no you know look at reality or your walkabout you out in the air reality you're there we have one cory better your open liberated air crew up are going to be under got great we don't know what's going on there were no final the other party no that's why hey your vehicle all of our art your the democrat that remark eight ring i'm really happy republican party which way it look if you need a man that from october party all right warm democrat so i built reality by it well when you are went who had un weight when when you when you think about it will you know you had uh of the of 2012 nominee uh mitt romney who you know ram romney care and then uh you had a donald trump not a lifelong democrat but because he had switched parties a few times but almost the major issue he was mostly liberal but there are some issues word does view that he is moving more to the right but continue go ahead now you may recall issue you know i'm i'm kind of out of the far no not really overwhelm maybe you're it took away too good aquatic already and maybe change your republican party trump no where with a one party whose we you know i don't know what america or no everybody you right now that they as as long as their support for both parties they stay the reason the political parties are there is because there are people that will support them and people that will vote for them uh we have tried third parties than in in in the past his you know because we are more than just do we have two major parties because the two major parties really habur uh you know most of what americans actually thing there are other parties out there but they can't hit to the madrid jordi status so again it always goes back to the people.

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"alex perry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Look they're gonna put bruce there i was thinking maybe together showcase mfi bay hit out death of possibility but i think you know what you got him bruce he's gonna hit joan run is gonna drive and run so here we gotta bring you back i would say lobby i've never fair on their front war they would say it up they don't get a good offer um they they give the qualifying for next year upbeat turtles back down there we'll get a first round draft pick forum you're also i don't know that might be better than what what somebody's offering cryptic credit no nobody warned so care believe it you're oh yeah i mean look thirty i mean it it is a good clubhouse guy the other bringing he baggage these thirty home runs one hundred rbi zoe with i maybe you i dunno i don't athletic but but one quarter was crazy about the yankees one superstars on the opposite i want young talent you know i mean fighting did they win a lotta jimmy shifted i miss something i mean i mean it's too if i guess is like you know if you watch bay roof in lou gehrig an aide they're gone in you know but then he comes demise yo the go that here comes mannal and yeah it's always somebody else so you know he got judges the bona fide star and and i've phrase it to me is just you've got to keep a mini in in the lineup your it it's what are you want you wanted to play forever what do you think they're gonna have been when he comes back you were talking about with do it back think they'd really wrote you know i don't know alex perry could could they relief from a mimic trade m two so money from the foul or your phone they got to get rid of that guy i think if if if they can't find by a take him i think you'll have an injury something a pop up and i'm i might be aas you just i know they don't wanna cut them and pay him you know it might as they home in it and you know somebody somebody would take a chance on them if the yankees a pay in the freight but i i think it you cannot you.

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"alex perry" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast

Deserter Pubcast

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"alex perry" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast

"Safin's charlton athletic had been drawn twice a full flee north against each other that one neutral twice there in the door twice yet they're playing at exeter away end cheltenham out how it's gonna roll yeah so maybe announcing for the second eleven yeah if they'd go one of your android rigs there in the semi on doubtful if they were playing each other they probably wouldn't go through very third another thing lot on social media was the reaction you may remember lost episode our computerized helper alex how can i forget remain all life so easy go to be different postbag bells followed by as you said alex is by far the most accomplished performer on the show thank spells israel charlie on face but wondered if he was going to be given he's a regular soft and trade and see was asking if i'd single nobody'll roster will wincing media alex could go up with heather i think had as it were ours and via and as we know what has a wounds had the guts anyway given observe can pulpit heard of it being um we thought we'd reprise alex perry he's written the poet and so his alex reading his own hurry the beer garden in the middle dim daylight i say i beg you we all garrelts appointments in and out of tel mbidde go up leisure room commensurate with our obsequious life of toil alleges short enough to keep desire upon the boyle to come one come to come will now please tell what label worth we'll drink the off the noon away another new backtowork is pretty good.

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