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"baalbek" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

07:56 min | 8 months ago

"baalbek" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"He limits his own generals power and lear ends atonomy one move. He's wise conquer in many ways. Alexander announces the Libyans would no longer be bound by the judicial system and laws of the Persians nor would they be to be forced to accept those of Massillon instead the old laws of the Lydian kings to be reintroduced presumably under native judges system of administration. So also smart a gay ability who had been conquered previously by the Persians give them back their traditions give them more freedom than they had while the Persians ruled them and that will make them more loyal to him. Three days after leaving Saturdays Alexander Arrives in Ephesus or he also does not have to fight is received with open arms. He immediately expels the Pro Persian oligarchy and installs a democratic government. The people who had been under the rule of the arche used their new freedom to pay the allographs back by dragging them from their homes and temples and stoning them to death in the streets I can stoned. Thank God doesn't happen very often anymore mankin stoned to death that seems like a terrible terrible way to go most of the time I what do you hope for when you get stoned to death us hope for like a real heavy stone to you quick. So they either die you know right away or you end up two days to feel stones follow. What a terrible thing to hope for right would suffer to take forever I ton of painful blows that don't lead quickly to death. To just annoyed and you're just come on you guys suck. Can anyone throw a decent fucking stone you? It's come on the head I will hold still hit me in the head. remind me to never get stoned to death. Being viewed as much less ruthless ruler than the Persians Health Alexander Atanas. He marched across Asia Minor. Lot of cities were more than happy to surrender to get out from under the thumb of who they viewed as Persian oppressors Alexander stayed in this episode excuse me for a little while and offered sacrifices to Artemis. Greek. Goddess of the Hunt Wilderness Wild Animals, moon and chastity. GotTa Pay Some God some tribute, right even if you don't believe in them to convince the soldiers fighting for you that you are fighting for the glory of Greece, which include their gods. It's likely that he frequently visited the studio of police in emphasis who became the only painter allowed to paint. Alexander we know of at least one painting made especially for the Temple of Artemis which Alexander was represented holding a thunderbolt socio associated himself Zeus Again Papa snake. A Greece's most powerful arguably horny got. Next Dylan three, thousand, four BC Alexander moves his forces to the city of Baalbek. Conquers it renames it Heliopolis meaning city of the Sun definitely better name than Baalbek. Sounds Toco BALZAC or me welcome to back I'm sorry. What would you say? Boesak, it's Baalbek the. BALZAC. How does Heliopolis it? Baalbek was ancient Phoenician city located in modern day Lebanon North Beirut inhabited as early as nine thousand BC. One of the world's oldest cities bobby grew into an important pilgrimage site in ancient world for the worship of the Sky God, a bail and his consort, a Asari, the Phoenician Queen of Heaven Center of the city was enormous temple to bail and Sardi. Alexander check other. Persian city off his to conquer list. Also how cool for him and his men to see strange new lands while they're doing this stuff right? How different traveling like that must have been when you didn't have the Internet. have travel brochures, documentaries or commercials, or any kind of images of all the places in the world. Now. And for many places, you didn't have books just whispers in rumors of what may lay down the road. The only equivalent human race might ever possibly have for something like this again, space expiration far in the future. Didn't take long for the Persians to take notice of the young Alexander's aggression after dinner took the town of Balzac, the Persian King, the risis are no, I'm sorry. Derives. I wrote this. So carefully I still. Drives the third not too happy about some pretty Greek pushing deep into his territory and taking shit. He began planning a little showdown. When I first read. It Spelled D.. A. R.. Darius and? Which reminded me of? Darryl, which made me think of a king who is not regal? Imagine King Daryl. Speaker some with mullet not a retro. Cool mullet. Like old mullet drinking bud light out of a I love Teddy Bear cousy or some or in a poison tour tank top zebra-striped Hammer Pants scuffed up white converse high tops not not retro cool. Again, you know a guy who says like fuck? Yeah. Bro Norse says Moore is a lot. I just feel compared to share that. just kept picturing. The whole time I was reading about derives just noise three, thirty, three, BC the twenty, two or twenty, three year old Alexander moved onto Sidon a nation Phoenician port city of Sedonia in present day Lebanon along with the city of Tyre Sidon was the most powerful city state of ancient Phoenicia First place to randomly manufacturer Purple Dye you might think who gets it. Well Purple Purple Dye made tire famous was so rare and expensive that the color color purple would become a symbol of royalty for centuries and centuries to come fun fact. That's how the color purple became a symbol of royalty from being manufactured a tire and being super expensive rare. The city itself was immensely prosperous full skilled navigators and shipbuilders who grew wealthy on maritime trade having heard of Alexander's exploits and his campaign to topple Darius the Sonian surrendered to him without a fight, the show of their loyalty the even dispose their king straightened seconds because strap was derived his friend, but to rise would not take this laying down. On November fifth three, three, three, thirty, three, BC. Alexander and King Dorion. King darrow would go to battle suck. Yeah. Pro norse. The Battle of Issus was Alexander the Great Second Battle Against the Persian army and the first direct engagement with King Rice near the village of. In, what is now southern Turkey when Alexander learned of drives, his presence in the agricultural rich surrounding assists he quickly moved southward from Gordon through the soliciting gates to the port town this although the battle itself would be further south at a an aeroplane between the Mediterranean Sea and amounts the port services base camp for Alexander's forces, and he left his sick and wounded their recover later is derived marched his troops to meet Alexander at the river Pinera's the printer brother the Persian king stopped at the Greek base camp where he tortured and executed the recuperating Macedonian soldiers cutting off the right hand of those who were allowed to live fucking Daryl Classic shadiest Daryl move. NORSE A, how fucked up is it make me if my very first thought when I read that was I wonder how many of those guys who got to live had to relearn how jerk off with their weekends? Like I didn't think like, oh no, be so much harder for them to fight after that or oh my God. What kind of work would it be able to find? How can they provide for their families? I just thought sucks for someone not left handed got to. Take a while for work new kind of smooth stroke. After, learning of this, the Macedonian Army especially wanted to the Persians historians estimated that derives had an army of between three, hundred, thousand and six, hundred thousand. Soldiers as well as thirty thousand additional Greek mercenaries though other more recent historians say probably had more I twenty, five, thousand, two, hundred, thousand. Soldiers with with ten thousand Greek mercenaries little bit of a number discrepancy there those big numbers that's what you get when the initial stories are trying to make your victories is big and bold as as possible to further your legend Alexander had roughly forty thousand soldiers five, thousand, eight, hundred, fifty of which were cavalry derives decided to move on Alexander's army hoping to separate them. From the base at Issus Alexander had marched south from his his towards Syria. When he heard about derives being an instance, he turned around to rise moved further south into the narrow strip of land west of the mountains unintentionally putting his forces at a disadvantage by reducing their mobility. The two armies met at the river Panetta's Panera bread. Got Some fucking Sammy's they had some chicken soup. They didn't do that. The weather was rainy and cold unfortunately derives he'd ignore the advice of tournaments..

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"baalbek" Discussed on D. J. Swales Gothic Horror Tales

D. J. Swales Gothic Horror Tales

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"baalbek" Discussed on D. J. Swales Gothic Horror Tales

"But when the leaves took to the Air as flocks of crows, it was clear from the mutilated bodies that not old tribes welcomed foreign territorial ambitions spread under the guise of trade and civilization. It heard gossip about previous ships in the shadows of the Great Temple Walls of Carthage about a small inland temple complex far to the north and Beretta knock. That that occasions in invocations were given to Baal the holy Lord of Venetia and chief, Deity of Carthage is burgeoning commercial and political empire. Rumors held an imposing native stone circle had been forcibly appropriated, then augmented with wooden holes and toughest sanctuaries modeled on the temples of Carthage itself though far smaller. When he was told of older native stone circles nearby said to have the largest conference of any ever seen, he had scoffed. That may will be, but a few ruffled stones could never be compared to the temples of Baalbek. He was speaking of finishes Greatest Temple. were, countless thousands of human sacrifices had been dedicated to ball through the ages. One day I will see it. He would say to himself. With unrivalled holy centuries lot Baalbek built upon the largest and most perfect stones ever quarried. How could Baal not be on our side? Thank you for listening. If you enjoyed this episode. Then, please subscribe. I must leave you now, but do not despair. If you listen to the next installment, the curves cannot harm you. But you must believe? Now pulls a blanket over your head and be quiet. You are not alone. Sh..

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"baalbek" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Extended to be more like seventy thousand years ago. So you have this this item of jewellery with the very precisely drilled hole seventy thousand years ago. It's like again reminiscent of you know, you're mentioning the forbid knock archaeology and those types of findings and also again, these these megalithic structures in across the world macho you and Peru sacred valley, and in other places, you know, a thousand tons stone had Baalbek in Jordan, you know, what technology existed at the time. You know, it's it's even exceeds what we can imagine doing today the same old playing out. But now it's getting tied to archaeological discoveries. And so now the gap is closing. And so it may all converge to to serve a new view of the world that were were our civilization is not the only civilization. It's only the most recent one. Mark when you think back to the Star Wars movies. They had incredible technology flying machines yet the structures. They lived in in the buildings. They had were all stone type buildings there were no huge skyscrapers or glass buildings or anything in in those movies. They were all stone type pots much like what you're talking about. I know I know. Fascinating. It really is. And. With this. Are there? Others who are jumping on your bandwagon and saying, you know, what he could be right. Well, the the book just came out, and I've I've only started talking about. In fact, I'm just giving my first public talk here in Massachusetts next week. So it's just starting to come out. And you know, I I hope I wanted to be a they're open process. I think this I think this is something that can be crowd sourced. I believe they're more sites to be found. And and this this I'm sure a lot of evidence out there from other sources that will you know, tend to reinforce or perhaps contradict some these findings. But, you know, this is kind of a new direction, I haven't it's it's not it's not something that I've sort of, you know, not not a variation of an old theme. It's it's kind of a new theme. So it's it's it's a little bit out there. So there may be a little maybe a little bit of they may take..

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"baalbek" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Our cities are ceremony sites sacred sites. We tend to align them north south east and west and so- previously. When the poll was in a different position when these sites were built they were aligned to North Pole shift and the rotation they in there now misaligned, and so what happens is as you. Go back in time. You find sites that are incredibly sophisticated you know, archaeologists with beyond. Well, they would attempt to explain them in terms of say the technology of the Incas or the objections, but you know, oftentimes, they're unable to really come up with a plausible explanation. It appears that there's some technology that exceeds the capabilities of the time of the of the Incas and so forth, and as you go farther back in time, the oldest structures are structures such as those that much of key to ten pay Tambo and also sites and in in in in Europe in the sites like Baalbek in Horton and instructors at Petra. In Jordan and in canosa's in Crete. What about gold Beckley Tepi? Well, that's that's sort of what kicks kicks this off in a sense that, you know, this is sort of the this is now a pretty solid finding that's ten thousand be seeing. It's coming around the time that primitive hunter gatherers are just beginning to domesticate, corn and wheat. So it's like how could this possibly be? That doesn't have go package. Pepe doesn't have the same sort of geometry that these other sites have what I'm looking at with these other sites are rectangular structures or alignments that are that can be clearly measured in correlated to a to a compass direction. And with these polls shifts happen, Mark are they violently fast. Or is it done over hundreds? If not thousands of years. Okay. So so the the scientific evidence propulsion is is.

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"baalbek" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"His latest work is called before Atlantis subtitle important new evidence suggesting the existence of our previous technological civilization on earth before Atlantis and what time period, Mark. Are we talking about again, we're talking twelve thousand BC? We're talking the last hundred thousand years. Wow. Way back right, right. This is the period over which Hapgood hypothesized that there were three poll shifts. Now with these ships give me in your best estimate. What kind of technological civilizations? We had then. So. The civilizations. You know, the the basic sort of fingerprints or consistent pattern, then I see trout all of these is is actually really an assumption that we've always built given all factors considered equal. We've always built to north. In other words, we tend to align structures are cities are ceremony sites sacred sites. We tend to align them north south east and west and so- previously. When the poll was in a different position when these sites were built they were aligned to North Pole shifts and the rotation they in their now misaligned, and so what happens is as you. Go back in time. You find sites that are incredibly sophisticated, you know, archaeologists with say beyond well, they would attempt to explain them in terms of say the. Technology of the Incas or the Egyptians. But you know, oftentimes they're unable to really come up with a plausible explanation. It appears that there's some technology that exceeds the capabilities of the time of the gypsies of the end 'cause and so forth, and as you go farther back in time, the oldest structures are structures such as those that much of key to. Oh, eight ten Tambo and also sites in in in in Europe in the sites like Baalbek and instructors at Petra in Jordan, and and canosa's in Crete what about go Beckley Tepi. Well, that's that's sort of what kicks kicks this off in a sense that, you know, this is sort of the this is now with a pretty solid finding that's ten thousand be seeing. It's coming around the time that primitive hunter hunter-gatherers are just beginning to domesticate, corn and wheat. So it's like how could this possibly be? That doesn't have go package. Tepi doesn't have the same sort of geometry that he's other sites. Have what I'm looking at with these other sites are rectangle. Structures or alignments that are that can be clearly measured and correlated to a to a compass direction. And with these polls shifts happen, Mark are they violently fast or is a done over hundreds. If not thousands of years. Okay. So so the the scientific evidence propulsion is is is is that a several and basted, and this is based on what's called paleo magnetic data, and we can get it, I suppose to be have time. But the idea is that. Many hundreds of millions of years ago. In fact, around the time the Cambridge explosion about five hundred million.

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"baalbek" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Is called before Atlantis subtitled important new evidence suggesting the existence of our previous technological civilization on earth before Atlantis and what time period, Mark. Are we talking about again, we're talking twelve thousand BC? We're talking the last hundred thousand years. Wow. Way back right, right. This is the period over which Hapgood hypothesized that there were three polls shifts. Now with these ships give me in your best estimate. What kind of technological civilizations? We had then. So. The civilizations. You know, the the basic sort of fingerprints or consistent pattern that I see throughout all of these is is actually really an assumption that we've always built given all factors considered equal. We've always built to north. In other words, we tend to align structures. Our cities are ceremony sites sacred sites. We tend to align them north south east and west so previously. When the poll was in a different position when these sides were built they were aligned to North Pole shift and the rotation they in there now misaligned, and so what happens is as you. Go back in time. You find sites that are incredibly sophisticated, you know, archaeologists with say beyond. Well, they would attempt to explain that. In terms of say, the technology of the Incas or the Egyptians. But you know, oftentimes they're unable to really come up with a plausible explanation. It appears that there's some technology that exceeds the capabilities of the time of the gypsies of the end 'cause and so forth, and as you go farther back in time, the oldest structures are structures such as those that much of teach you ten Tambo and also sites in in in in Europe in the sites like Baalbek. And instructors at Petra in Jordan, and and canosa's in Crete, what about gold Beckley Tepi? Well, that's that's sort of what kicks kicks this off in a sense that, you know, this is sort of the this is now with a pretty solid finding that's ten thousand BC seeing it's coming around the time that primitive hunter hunter-gatherers are just beginning to domesticate, corn and wheat. So it's like how could this possibly be? That doesn't have go package. Pepe doesn't have the same sort of geometry. These other sites have what I'm looking at with these other sites are rectangular structures or a alignments that are that can be clearly measured and correlated to a to a compass. Okay. A direction. And with these polls shifts happen, Mark are they violently fast or is done over hundreds. If not thousands of years. Okay. So so the the scientific evidence propulsion is is is is that a several and based based on called paleomagnetic data, and we can get it. I suppose we have time. But the idea that. Many hundreds of millions of years ago. In fact, around the time the Cambridge explosion about five hundred million years ago. There was a major rotation of the earth ninety degrees. And this is this is responsible for.

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"baalbek" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ten pay Tambo and also sites in in in in Europe in the sites like Baalbek and instructors at Petra. In Jordan, and and canosa's in Crete. What about gold Beckley Tepi? Well, that's that's sort of what kicks kicks this off in a sense that, you know, this is sort of the this is now a pretty solid finding that's ten thousand be seeing. It's coming around the time that primitive hunter gatherers are just beginning to domesticate, corn and wheat. So it's like how could this possibly be? That doesn't have go package. Peppy doesn't have the same sort of geometry that these other sites have what I'm looking at with these other sites are rectangular structures or alignments that are that can be clearly measured and correlated to a to a compass direction. And with these polls shifts happen, Mark are they violently fast. Or is it done over hundreds? If not thousands of years. Okay. So so the the scientific evidence propulsion is is is is that several and based and this is based on what's called paleomagnetic data, and we can get a supposed to be half time. But the idea is that. Many hundreds of millions of years ago. In fact, around the time the Cambridge explosion about.

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"baalbek" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"APM type data network flows server metrics, kind of up and down the stack. Fraud analysis, obviously a pretty good use case in many others. The resemble that words time to action is because very important understanding and. And being able to explore and understand why patterns occur also very, very important. So it's designed really for that workflow and that's ju. It's kind of bread and butter. What's been the mall didn't get into kind of the business side of things. What's been the model for for figuring out what kinds of users you sell this to or figuring out who in an organization you sell it to. So I think the people that express a lot of love for our product are Pete Barr operators within organization, so operators, whether they're within IT, sometimes within marketing, like in the advertising world, but there are people that need to take some sort of action really based on results data. Some of these folks are technical. Some of these folks are not so was was initially built for all advertising and like attack use cases and the operators at that time where people that needed to adjust like campaign performance, they needed to look at, you know, one of the factors that contribute to a particular level of user engagement broken down by different types of users in the star Justin, their marketing campaigns based on the results in. That's something that's it's a process. He spun very quickly, but you can see the parallel they're kind of within IT. So Apple's like network trafficking network traffic data wouldn't you might want to care about is a dentist bottlenecks and then very quickly being able to terminate Baalbek, and then Reaguring network data figure out that bottlenecks. So yeah, it's it's really operators that get the most value out of the product today. What's the on boarding process? Like does it require an engineer at one of these companies to help the operator set it up? Or does the operator take care of everything? So implied the decide imply deploys from one or two modes can really deploy on premise or can deploy. As part of cod offering cloud offering is is pretty straightforward. All we really need is a source of data to get started with that source can be something that cough guy to be a false unlike HDFS as three, whatever it is from that source of raw data. Really, there's a lot of automation that that gets built from transforming that raw data into a consumable visualization. And what's your work at the company focused on today? We've covered a lot of different areas from the high level product that these operators are using to improvements in this this disassembled database druid what he focused on most and where do you see the highest output from input that you can give? Yeah, a place on every aspect of of the company imply still relatively early stage company. So I'm focused in working with customers, making sure they're successful focused on the finding, the broader messaging strategy, a law, creating a lot of content. So people understand what we do in understand kind of the value that we provide a couldn't use cases of of various customers and also people in the community. I'm still heavily involved with the community, making sure that we get together. We talk about the roadmap druid is in incubation patchy offer foundation. So working the community on the roadmap. Defining what that roadmap look like in the various new problems that are people are trying to solve the so. Really, it's kinda kinda cliche to say when you're star foundry to everything, but unfortunate right now you have to do everything just because there's so much to do in I work with my team on a lot of plotting and strategizing as well as we draw to a close. Are there any open source projects or developments in the distributed systems community you're particularly excited about? So there's a lot of technologies I follow very closely..

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"baalbek" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:22 min | 2 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Sixteen now at k. l. I f.. I saw this gosh everywhere this weekend every Facebook group that I have people were saying hey if you know this guy or if you go to this doctor he needs to say he band they'll see that's what drives me crazy you have. No right to tell me who I should be should be my doctor Talk about you I understand the guy said something really stupid at least. It was stupid, to say it even if that's, what he really. Thinks, because of the times that we're in and the thing is, that you know. Everything is so overly where we're so sensitive about, words, these days and I'm not giving this guy any support I think, he's a fool if he really, believes that. Women don't work as. Hard. As man I gotta say I belong to this Facebook group Dallas Jewish moms yes If you get blacklisted, on this list. Boy These women are. Just Well what? Do, you mean blacklists no I'm saying people. Were, posting about that oh well about this doctor on. That on. That Facebook I understand everybody's got got opinions these days, and and we anyway Very tickets I guess he. Was going. To ask you if you knew the pronunciation don't they But he's a plano physician and he wrote something in. The, Dallas medical. Journal saying his female colleagues are paid less because they don't work as, hard yeah But he says his comments were misconstrued in that he did not know that they would be made. Public All right here's the quote Two page feature a, reporting indicating that female doctors salaries amount about two thirds of. Male, counterparts take his wrote yes there is a pay gap female physicians do not work as hard and do not see as many, patients as male? Patients now. Here's the pardon Here's the part that I think is the most damning is it this is because they choose. To or they simply don't want to be rushed or they, don't want to work long hours most of the time they're. Priority, is something else family social whatever I think he's a alluding to the fact that maybe a lot of female doctors worked. Part, time they don't They don't put in. The hours Your priority is something else I. Don't want to be rushed The doctors that I know that don't want to be rushed to write that'll spend the. Time with you as a generalization that. Was a stupid thing to say On the other hand This guy is a what is he his internal medicine He's one of. Three physicians in his group one of. Them is women he, founded his practice in nineteen Ninety-six Let's see His comments were posted in this month's women in. Medicine issue Baalbek they were we asked her physicians if. They believe a pay gap exists between male and female physicians What steps can positions take as individuals and as a community to address this His comments were among eight responses Presented as big and bright ideas he said nothing needs to be done about this unless female physicians actually wanna work a work harder. And put, it in the hours if. Not they. Should be paid less that's fair The economic reality is. Doctors are, paid by the number of. Patients seen This is talking about doctors who work in an office structure Yeah well. A, lot of these offices are owned by the hospitals now yeah Well he had a statement saying that he has heard from several trusted. Female physician colleagues who disagree with her deeply hurt and, offended by his comments I now understand more clearly how intricate this issue. Is and there are ways we can work together to resolve the. These, disparities and then he came, back with the with the he apologized obligatory yeah really lame apology that said my response. Sounds. Terrible, and horrible and doesn't reflect what I was really trying to. Say I'm not saying female physicians should be paid less yes you did say that But they. Earn less because I don't think he did say they should be paid less I think he said that if they don't want to, work as hard. As and as long hours than they should be paid less, that's only fair I just read that quote now I. Gotta. Find it again but And and here the only reason male doctors make more money is because they are more interested, in seeing more. Patients and making more money and giving quality care which takes, time Yeah I, mean I go, to I go to a lot of female physicians that gave an incredible care. Here it. Is nothing needs to be done about this unless female physicians actually want to work harder and put in the hours is that if, not they should be paid. Less that's fair in, quote so any doctor doesn't put in the, hours they should be paid less if they're male or. Female that's. Right Try replacing dry, replacing the word female black and see how that plays. Out right I don't know Just kind of if if this guy was my doctor and even if I really liked him and, I've always been I would go see another doc big fan of his I would go well. I the only thing that would would cause me. Concern, was the fact that I always thought this guy was smart apparently he hasn't got any common sense of all now To say something like that I think I would not go to him anymore even if each. Is my doctor that woman who was caught doorbell. Ringing That video that went viral a week ago has returned to. The home in Montgomery Texas where she fled a week and a half ago, to collect your belongings and. Meet with their family of her late boyfriend and I. Guess she was in Dallas with your family. After this whole ordeal and she's now speaking out let's take. A listen to what she had to.

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"baalbek" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Yeah you're you're thinking of how the blocks were cut so smoothly that's where he's going and not just the pyramid you find in south america these blocks that are fitted together with extreme precision and it's just amazing how could have been done i don't know i just is a technology that i don't think even we have there's a case of abell beck the temple of baalbek in syria i touch on this and beyond the big bang just huge colossal stones that are weighing hundreds of tons you know something like twenty twenty four thirty feet long and twelve feet by twelve feet thick and you wonder how did they place these to form this temple they were quarried something like a mile away and there's no evidence of a roadway leading from the corey to the place of construction so these are among the mysteries like also the temple of this finks also uses these colossal stones john anthony west writes about the stones in his book serpent in the sky so it just seems that there was some technology were powers were being used to to make these there beyond what we use today beyond indeed and may again attain one day east of the rockies you're on the air with dr laviolette high does that mean that's you.

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"baalbek" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Yeah you're you're thinking of how the the blocks were cut so smoothly that's where he's going and not just the pyramid you find in south america these blocks that are fitted together with extreme precision and it's just amazing how could have been done i don't know just it's a technology that i don't think even we have there's a case of baalbek talk temple of bel back in syria i touch on this and beyond the big bang just huge colossal stones that are weighing hundreds of tons you know something like twenty twenty four thirty feet long and twelve feet by twelve feet thick and you wonder how did they place these to form this temple they were quarried something like a mile away and there's no evidence of a roadway leading from the quarry to the place construction so these are among the mysteries also the temple of the sphinx also uses these colossal stones john anthony west writes about the stones in his book serpent in the sky so it just seems that there was some technology were powers were being used to to make these that are beyond what we use today beyond indeed and may again attain one day east of the rockies you're on the air with dr laviolette high that's you i have a statement i kinda applies to what we've been talking about tonight all right and it's kind of something i wrote three lines where are you sir i'm in wisconsin my name is joshua okay all right starts out.

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"baalbek" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The guy who follows as michael savage always is railing about the problems of san francisco without the problems in the streets without a doubt the most beautiful city in all of america boys you see the new york yeah much san francisco is just drop dead weight is beautiful and unfortunately they have so many street dealers and so many street uses and pimps by the way too i mean i i remember when i was at at msnbc we did this story on like all the pimps and prostitutes they're all over the place there because guess what you know they like the nice weather in san francisco they liked the same things you and i and the girls the boys or the transsexuals in between was selling their services you're doing shelter they can get their next fix and you see them in baalbek apart turk can tailor the tenderloin the low attendance mission all strung out and you say well who are the people that are making the money who are the people that are bringing this stuff in how come we're not really hitting hard those people who are responsible for the origin of the drug before it actually enters into either goes up to nose they being themselves up to scotty and a glass pipe or they're injecting it into their arms well this was michael savage is remedy since he lives in that sia flotsam and jetsam the drug users and drug dealers in sf makes you really think very hard about a nation in crisis like ours with an opioid crisis what must really be done could only be done in a dictatorship but that's what must be done to stop it otherwise this is never going to stop that's obviously a little extreme but donald trump's message about cracking down and saying listen maybe the death penalty needs to be included for these very severe traffickers i say bravo it's one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two one eight hundred eight four eight.

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"baalbek" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"The buybacks of definitely uh kind of got a black eye and pulling last decade or so is because people think that companies are corporations are using all their money to buy back shares in not investing in the future and i guess there that may be to some credence to that but the idea of buybacks is kind of a misnomer lot of people because if you just replace the word buybacks with dividends though probably change the way that you you these things in of course buybacks are much more cyclical than dividends because the research does show that corporations by back more of their stock when things are going well in baalbek that that when things aren't going well which is sort of a poor way to invest obviously they're they're buying hyon in maybe not buying as much low is so in that sense it doesn't make sense but in terms of the returned to investor a buyback is pretty much the same thing is a dividend so if you said companies are offering to any dividends to investors keyboard and get worried about that because it's just a way of returning cash to investors in a different way than a dividend they are the few goods that's one of them was a quarter artem mrs calculations buybacks have accounted for forty plus of the total earnings per share growth since two thousand nine and then astounding seventy two percent of the earnings growth since 2012 and when you see things like that it certainly is a little bit of a head scratcher but ed yardeni had a post over the weekend dow vigilantes and in that he wrote that sp 500 revenues rose to a record high of three to twenty nine dollars and forty one cents per share at the end of last year and revenues are something that cannot be quote manipulated by buybacks right yet can be gamed in the other thing is that that people kinda lament the fact that dividend yields a much lower than they've ever been so dividend yield on youth chief i've 100 are below two percent in the the past history historical they've probably been in a four to five percent range in but that'll changed in the 1980s when tax house actually made it sort of incentivize corporations the buyback the.

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"baalbek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tim conway junior tonight it's six kfi am 640 more stimulating talk john again jo john kobelke can shampoo its kfi am 640 well andrew baalbek just reported that orange county supervisors and what forcement is having great success in clearing out the riverbed in anaheim near angel stadium the senate had riverbed which when we started covering this thing months ago there were people circulating videos showing that if you biked down the bike path you could bike for miles and miles and you would you would be biking by over a thousand encampments people living intense and all kinds of makeshift their little hovels and we have told you until you probably want to throw up about all the garbage just thousands and thousands of pounds of garbage and hundreds of pounds of finkel waste hundreds and hundreds of of hypodermic needles heroin needles and ed it's just beyond disgusting i don't i don't think anybody who's been on this planet for more than twenty or thirty years could ever have imagined but you'd have these this tight these kinds of living conditions with this many people a and m one of the reasons we have it is that people have put up with it now skid row has been around in la for decades for one reason succession availae mayors and city council people put up with it it's not a residential area primarily so a nobody objects strongly enough in san francisco they they don't object and i'm going to play that tv report coming up right after debbie's news and and you're gonna hear what the world becomes when you don't have basic civilization standards a just basic hygiene standards it only goes downhill because while it's a tiny minority of a total population tiny minorities 'cause all the huge problems in a society look tiny minority tibbets most of the crowds most of the violence right gang members for example really tiny minority felons tiny manar they an and and.

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"baalbek" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"He's like it's not up to like harvey widespead standards of not thing that i'm not try to do this for attention i'm just saying i wasn't comfortable okay owl steam about that the guy baalbek i patio firms jaffa yeah so he comes duggan beca gets arose lauren gets rosenstein candle all and then he's like a pause for dramatic tension kendall itit's like i did big knicks this is why i think she's auditioning there were no real till tears there she was your azo heart she was doing the on wool i agree she sounded like game uh and she some way home a trend oh yes she sounded like her brother on his first day of like you know camp and i mean the real half of the new jersey carpet camp obviously people so i think she is going to be the new bachelorette because she would've i think he would have kept her i mean i think they really like the ah i i don't know i find her really boring i have to say and i think you could say this about a lotta seasons but i'm not seeing any why felt the same way about next season i'm not seeing chemistry with any of them you're either and i have seen it on other seasons in the past and i'm trying to think when but i have been like okay i feel like this person actually like even with uh what's her name and heroin rodgers will you kind of felt like oh kate not that he it didn't seem like he was giving her any energy but she you could tell she liked them where you could tell vital really wanted like closed aaron rodgers at some point of all at exactly exactly the reality that might be a bad example identity lays legacies mob really crying she's trying so hard to pretentious crying and then she says every bachelorette thing that they need you to have for the clips show at the beginning your view bachelorette season jaeik this is what makes me.

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"baalbek" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Sao paulo style thou allow thou clouded withdraw fbi caused them avenue to the stalled on by support the way up declutter bogged bercy please note with gone to what if donald trump said the grid with conflict down the caen off back and ninety folded tomasson sows not not an nicklaus no one one sobs out god's result fields off dole tom spoke conscious nato with mac likes you till august south dow down down south edwards john alderdice laggers so let me laugh crowded zone ridot they've got no laugh humpback seemed to be there with my whole as yup jeff proud of adequate while becker baltic exacts a new gotta couldn't got legal pot the debt dry orders dream let that were left in him do you avenue break sao paulo thou down the dow added i will build the button deal eastall laid with mp ball and lifted names bob day from my deep flooded ought to take the boundary paul is back to school john since the call of all be some sunday goals down both via with baalbek southsouth market out west stelea cloud layer of rap was holum obsolete safe while went with money in the bank legs eat wrap what is however sal style so how how mad cow windows matchup like a muddy stream in added advocate to push the fan appeared with wait hitting fake plant up dick nixon fabulous powered his life was like the movie like would him blatantly absurd cab later plastic with here eleven lights it was lillard laugh.

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"baalbek" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"baalbek" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Sao paulo style thou allow thou clouded withdraw fbi caused them avenue to the stalled on by support the way up declutter bogged bercy please note with gone to what if donald trump said the grid with conflict down the caen off back and ninety folded tomasson sows not not an nicklaus no one one sobs out god's result fields off dole tom spoke conscious nato with mac likes you till august south dow down down south edwards john alderdice laggers so let me laugh crowded zone ridot they've got no laugh humpback seemed to be there with my whole as yup jeff proud of adequate while becker baltic exacts a new gotta couldn't got legal pot the debt dry orders dream let that were left in him do you avenue break sao paulo thou down the dow added i will build the button deal eastall laid with mp ball and lifted names bob day from my deep flooded ought to take the boundary paul is back to school john since the call of all be some sunday goals down both via with baalbek southsouth market out west stelea cloud layer of rap was holum obsolete safe while went with money in the bank legs eat wrap what is however sal style so how how mad cow windows matchup like a muddy stream in added advocate to push the fan appeared with wait hitting fake plant up dick nixon fabulous powered his life was like the movie like would him blatantly absurd cab later plastic with here eleven lights it was lillard laugh.

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