17 Burst results for "Banken"

"banken" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 4 months ago

"banken" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One as you make your way toward the Cape in Yarmouth and right now in Boston at seven fifty five it's partly cloudy and seventy nine degrees on the ring central news line tonight have you ever taken a look just sat back outside and looked up at the stars and wondered what it's like to take a walk through the cosmos well that happened far above us today's we hear from WBZ's Laurie Kirby in the dark grain of space video they breed and they work he'll be installing a PSR into with with the clock tick for calling NASA astronauts Chris Kennedy and Robert banken undergoing a seven hour space walk replacing the last of the solar batteries that keeps the international space station running when it's in darkness from her this is bank in seven career space walk and before he got working he said it's all about enjoying the view here takes a mental photographs as a mental images to remember what it was like to be outside so you can share that experience Laurie Kirby WBZ Boston news radio and here's a fishy tale from the Delaware beaches usually when someone comes into contact with the shark they need rescuing but in the case of one swimmer and Delaware the shark was the one in need of rescue the man was in the water off Cape Henlopen state park in Lewis and was caught on camera prying the shark's mouth open with his hands it wasn't a free himself but to remove a fishing hook one woman described it as something out of the movie jaws the swimmer and presumably the shark came out okay Pam Coulter CBS news and there's a woman in Washington state who's giving away thousands of lasagna she wants to give them to people who need them of course because of the corona virus pandemic burner on children I got laid off from her job at a men's wear store and she said she saw an opportunity posted on Facebook asking if anybody was in need three months later she has made more than one thousand pans of lasagna that is a lot of noodles request apparently keep coming in people have donated more than twenty two thousand dollars to help out with ingredients which will.

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"banken" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

Small Steps, Giant Leaps

15:07 min | 5 months ago

"banken" Discussed on Small Steps, Giant Leaps

"We are getting ready to launch astronauts against so that responsibility is huge masses. Add high level of insight into every aspect of this ensure like grew safety. I was talking to my grandmother recently. Telling her what I do and what we're doing and she said you know you're making history and it's it's just somewhere. Don't take about that it's true. Welcome back to small steps giant leaps a NASA apple knowledge services podcast at taps into project experiences to share best practices lessons learned and novel ideas. I'm Tina nunnelee. The countdown to launch America is on as preparations continue for the first launch of American astronauts on an American rocket from American soil. Since twenty eleven NASA astronauts Bob Banken and Doug Hurley will fly on this space x crew dragon spacecraft for the Demo to mission which is scheduled to lift off may twenty seventh for an extended. Stay at the International Space Station today. On the podcast joined by the three NASA chief engineers on the commercial crew program. We'll discuss key takeaways from the work so far the technically diverse team. That's making this happen. Benefits of shared accountability and much more. Let's start with brief introductions? Good morning this is Stephen Sullivan. On the commercial crew. Chief Engineer for the program with NASA for thirty four years so been doing Working with commercial crew for the last ten from the beginning when we was a a concept Worked our way through the requirements phase. All the way up into flight high. And I'm Chris Lugo Service the Commercial Crew Program spacecraft Chief Engineer. I'm also Sullivan's deputy of did NASA Johnson Space Center. Houston for about thirty years. Now Good Morning. I'm Deborah Crane on the commercial crew program chief engineer for the launch vehicles and I come from a propulsion engineering background and I worked shuttle at Kennedy Space Center. And I've been at Marshall Space Flight Center for thirteen years. Welcome to all of you. We are so glad to have you on the podcast today with launch fast approaching. What's getting most of your attention? I'll start off with that one As we get closer and closer to actually flying launching crew and as you integrate hardware in preparation for that flight you do incur. Some non conform. Mrs Is just a natural part of the whole process and that requires your assessment for everything that happens to make sure that you are safe to either to us as is need to.

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"banken" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:06 min | 6 months ago

"banken" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"News radio we've been bringing you stories of people stepping up doing amazing things neighbors helping neighbors people going out of the way just make sure that folks are doing well have enough food to eat that's the good part of all this the bad part no no Darby the police chief there Mr tip would be used to call these guys scumbags he was right phony treatments child **** useless facemasks criminals aren't missing a trick is corona virus continues to isolate and kill and the European union's law enforcement agency says online crime is spiking as more of us work from home and order deliveries of food and supplies besides the rise in ransomware and financial hacking Europe Paul says there's a boom in bogus test kits as criminals take advantage of the shortage of genuine products officials say highly adaptable organized crime has done this before after the two thousand eight financial crisis and nine eleven and they expect crime to return to normal levels once this crisis has passed I'm Evan Haining no hockey no playoffs requires up to they were W. said bank in may is usually a busy month for the Stanley Cup playoffs at arenas across North America remained quiet due to the corona virus crisis fires head coach Alain Vigneault says he's confident his players will be ready for the season resumes get a good two weeks well worth the fight I mean not everybody will be in the same position will be out for the same amount of time whenever he returns and you know says the game will help with the healing process from the crisis is finally over sport is going to be the process do it getting back to some form of normalcy I believe everybody is missing their sports right now well the Neil is hoping the season will resume in the flyers can contend for the Stanley Cup he emphasized safety remains the top priority I met banken KYW newsradio.

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"banken" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A story in the book. Yeah. That just. Changed? You. I got one. For those of you that aren't familiar with Los Angeles, the four oh five oh major freeway strand, damn a freeways five hundred thousand people a day travel on the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work and. This one particular morning, I picked up, you know, I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because you like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone, I call five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio is everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear a voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, so four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour on your show bumper-to-bumper. You are doc, although we move if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move when she are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire at the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. Oh, so I pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. And then I slam on online hoping you don't get the smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure everybody's okay? Get back to the car. And I call my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready and she had asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes was Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is was one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And I said, it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, do you think of what am I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows them. Patricia Banken's owns the crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sales really great crystals and stones by the way, family in Los Angeles is interested and so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds. Like that was your spirit guides because I've never heard such specificity Julie were born with spirit guys are kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open and less than they're there to help us. And I said what's a really good thing. Because kind of hurt that woman in the car in front of me, and she has no baby. It wasn't a woman in front of you their life that your guy was saving. It was yours. Yes. Right. I want. Okay. Did that change you? Well, it in a second. It did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning that that night. I get my car, and I call my friend Pam who lives in Cincinnati. And Pam is Mona sister who was killed. Pam was in the car when it happened. So as PAM's husband who sustains permanent brand brain damage as of today from that accident, so call Pam tell the story and she says huh. She's want to hear the other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed. When you call the sworn I had the phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone. That was paralyzed couldn't move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly and fully believe that I'm gonna but I am on a bonus round, you sure. And the big lesson is about paying attention. People say what's your book about? And I said, I can tell you a lot of things. But the number one thing I'm going to tell you the pay attention. Interesting yourself when you take your pictures. Are you aiming at something or does it just happen? It's both I learned early when I started Saging everything one day I sat down, and I started taking pictures of the smoke because it wasn't hadn't all burned out yet. And what I learned was that smoke is like a canvas for ghost. I was able to see them. So clearly in the smoke, and they would like kinda pull the smoke around them. You could see their shapes either form without the smoke. They were out there. You could not see them without the smoke. I could still see ghost but not as clearly and easily and as reliable as with the smoke. What amazing gift you have stay with us. Julie we're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about your work as the ghost photographer in our second hour. We will open up the phone lines as well. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter. Get it today at coast to coast AM dot com..

Pam Los Angeles Mona Patricia Banken Julie Sunset Boulevard Wilshire Alzheimer Suzanne Cincinnati atwater village five months one day
"banken" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on KSRO

"A story in the book. Yeah. Changed? You. I got one. For those of you that aren't familiar with Los Angeles, the four zero five major freeway strand, damn a freeways. Five hundred thousand people a day travel in the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work. And. Particular morning. I pick, you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because he like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone, I call five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio's everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour, though, you're still bumper to bumper doc, although we we booth if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move once you are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire at the two cars in my lane in front of me, CLYDE. Oh, so I pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know something's happening, and I slam on my hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure but okay, get back to the car. And I called my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready. And she asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes wasn't Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And I said, it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think of what am I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows them. Patricia Banken's owns a crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sales really great crystals down side of my family in Los Angeles is interested and so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds like that was your spirit guys because I've never heard such specificity because you know, Julie were born with spirit guys that kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open, and listen, they're there to help us. And I said what's a really good thing. Because got hurt that woman in the car in front of me, and she has no baby. It wasn't a woman in front of you their life that your guide was saving. It was yours. That's right. I want. Oh, okay. Does that change you? Well it in second. It did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning that that night. I get my car, and I call my friend Pam who lives in Cincinnati. And Pam is. Mona sister was killed. Pam was in the car when it happened. So his hands husband who sustained permanent brand brain damage as of today from that accident. So I called Pam tell the story and she says huh. She's wanna hear the other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed. When you call the sworn I had a phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone has paralyzed couldn't move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly in fully believe that I'm gonna be I'm on bonus round, you sure. And the big lesson shift is about paying attention. People say what's your book about? And I said, I can tell you a lot of things. But the number one thing I'm going to tell you the pay attention. And yourself when you take your pictures. Are you aiming at something or does it just happen? It's both I learned early when I started Saging everything one day. I sat the sage pot down. And I started taking pictures of the smoke because it wasn't hadn't all burned out yet. And what I learned was that smoke is like a canvas for goes. I was able to see them. So clearly in the smoke, and they would like kinda pull the smoke around them. See their shapes either form without smoke. They were out there. You could not see them without the smoke. I could still see ghost.

Patricia Banken Pam Los Angeles Suzanne Sunset Boulevard Julie Wilshire Mona Alzheimer Cincinnati atwater village five months one day
"banken" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on KTRH

"Damn freeways five hundred thousand people a day travel on the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work. And this one particular morning. I, you know, I I call people whether friends or work on my way in because he like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone, I call five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard, and my radio was everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, so four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour, bumper to bumper dock, although we do it those who know the traffic flow you actually move when she are going south on the four or five past sunset. So I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. Pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know something's happening. Then I slam on mine hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that this situation is coming. So I, you know, fortunately, didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked to make sure everybody's okay? Get back to the car. And I called my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready. And she asked who it was. I said, I don't know when she goes wasn't Mona. And I'm like, no it wasn't moan. And just everybody knows Mona is was one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think of what am I gonna I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows him Patricia. Banken's owns the crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sells really great crystals and stones by the way in Los Angeles is interested, and so I call Patricia and. And I tell the story and she goes, oh, my that sounds..

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"banken" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on WTVN

"Now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour, go your show, bumper-to-bumper, doc, although we we move if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move once you are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. Oh, so I pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. Then I slam on mind hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure everybody's okay? Get back to the car. And I call my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready, and she'd asked who it was I said, I don't know. And she goes up Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And I it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think of what am I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows I'm Patricia Banken's owns the crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sales really great crystals and stones by the way, family in Los Angeles is interested and so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds like that was your spirit guys 'cause I've never heard such specificity because you know, Julie were born with spirit guys kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open, and listen, they're there to help us. That's what's a really good thing. Because gotta hurt that woman in the car in front of me, and she has no baby. It wasn't a woman in front of you their life that your guide was saving. It was yours, right? I want. Okay. Does that change you? Well, it in a second. It did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning that at that night. I get my car, and I call my friend Pam who lives in Cincinnati. And Pam is. Mona sister was killed. Pam was in the car when it happened. So as PAM's husband who sustains permanent brand brain damage as today from that accident so called Pam tells the story, and she says, she's twenty here the other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed. When you call the sworn I had the phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone. That was paralyzed couldn't move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly fully believe that I'm gonna but I am on a bonus round, you sure. And the big lesson.

Pam Patricia Banken Suzanne Mona Julie Alzheimer Los Angeles Cincinnati atwater village five months
"banken" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"A story in the book. Yeah. That's just. Changed? You. I got one. For those of you that aren't familiar with Los Angeles the four oh five oh major freeway. Strand damn freeways. Five hundred thousand people a day travel on the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four five every day to work and this one particular morning. I, you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because he like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone I called five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio is everything is off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear a voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. It's your phone rings. Don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour show bumper-to-bumper dock, although we booth if those who know the traffic flow you actually move when she are going south on the four or five past sunset so moving. And then once I hit Wilshire at the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. So I- pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. Then I slam on my hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure everybody's okay? Get back within car. And I called my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready and she had asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes wasn't Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grace. And I thought it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think? What am I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows him. Patricia Banken's owns the crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sells really great crystals and stones by the way. Many in Los Angeles is interested. And so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds like that was your spirit guide because I've never heard such specificity Julie were born with spirit guys that kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open and less than they're there to help us. And I said what's a really good thing. Because I have heard that woman in the car in front of me, and she says, oh, no baby. It wasn't the woman in front of you their life that your guide was saving. It was yours. Yes. Right. I want. Okay. Does that change you? Well, it in a second did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning, but that night, I get my car, and I call my friend Pam lives in Cincinnati. And Pam is Mona sister was killed. Pam was in the car when it happened. So as PAM's husband who sustains permanent brand brain damage as of today from that accident, so call Pam televised story, and she says huh. She's wanna hear the other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed when you call this morning. I had the phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone was paralyzed couldn't move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly in fully believe that I'm gonna I'm on a bonus round, you sure. And the big lesson shift is about paying attention. People say what's your book about and I so I can tell you a lot of things. But the number one thing I'm gonna tell you the pay attention. And trust yourself when you take your pictures. Are you aiming at something or does it just happen? It's both I learned early when I started Saging everything one day. I sat the sage pot down. And I started taking pictures of the smoke because it wasn't hadn't all burned out yet. And what I learned was that smoke is like a canvas for ghost. I was able to see them. So clearly in the smoke, and they would like kinda pull the smoke around them. See their shapes either form without the smoke. They were out there. You could not see them without this. I could still see ghost but not as clearly and easily and as reliable as with the smoke. With amazing gift. You have stay with us. Julie we're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about your work as the ghost photographer in our second hour, we will open up the phone lines as well. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter.

Pam Los Angeles Mona Patricia Banken Julie Sunset Boulevard Wilshire Alzheimer Suzanne Cincinnati atwater village five months one day
"banken" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Five. Yes. Major freeway grand dam freeways five hundred thousand people a day travel in the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work. And this one particular morning. I, you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because he might many I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone I called five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio is everything is off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel if your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's quite there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour. No, your show, bumper to bumper doc all that we we booth if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move once you are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire at the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. Oh pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know something's happening, and I slam online hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure he's okay. Get back to the car. And I called my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready and she had asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes was it Mona. And like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And I said, it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, do you think of what am I still don't know? And she said call Patricia and see if she knows I'm Patricia Banken's owns the crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sales really great crystals down, by the way in Los Angeles is interested, and so I call Patricia and. And I tell you the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds..

Patricia Banken Suzanne Sunset Boulevard Wilshire Mona Los Angeles atwater village Alzheimer five months
"banken" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A story in the book. Yeah. That just. Changed? You. I got one. For those of you that aren't familiar with Los Angeles the four oh five. Oh, major freeway strand damn a of freeways. Five hundred thousand people a day travel on the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work. And just one particular morning. I think you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because you like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone, I call five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio's everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said is quite there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, two four or five you can't move lanes in rush hour, go your show, bumper-to-bumper, doc, all that we move if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move when she are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. Oh, so I pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. Then I slam on my hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure everybody's okay? Get back the car, and I called my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready and she had asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes wasn't Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grace. And I said, it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think of what am I still don't know? And she said call Patricia and see if she knows them. Patricia Banken's owns a crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sells really great crystals. And by the way, family in Los Angeles is interested and so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes by that sounds like that was your spirit guys because I've never heard such specificity because you know, Julie were born with spirit guys are kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open and less than they're there to help us. And I said what's a really good thing. Because that woman in the car in front of me, and she goes, oh, no baby. It wasn't a woman in front of you their life that your guide was saving. It was yours. Yes. Right. I want. Okay. Did that change you? Well, it in a second. It did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning, but that night, I get my car, and I call my friend Pam who lives in Cincinnati. And Pam is Mona sister. It was killed. Pam was in the car, but it happens. So as PAM's husband sustains, permanent brand brain damage as of today from that accident, call Pam tell the story and she says. His wanna hear the other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed. When you call the sworn I had the phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone best. Paralyzed couldn't move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly believe that I'm gonna but I am on a bonus round. You sure are and the big lesson is about paying attention. People say what's your book about? And I said, so I can tell you a lot of things, but the number one thing I'm going to tell you the pay attention. Infrastruture self when you take your pictures. Are you aiming at something or does it just happen? It's both I learned early when I started Saging everything one day. I sat the stage pot down. And I started taking pictures of the smoke because it wasn't hadn't all burned out yet. And what I learned was that smoke is like a canvas for ghost. I was able to see them. So clearly in the smoke, and they would like kinda pull the smoke around them. You can see the shapes either form without the smoke. They were out there. You could not see them without the smoke. I could still see ghost but not as clearly and easily and as reliable as with the socks. Amazing gift. You have stay with us. Julie we're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about your work as the ghost photographer in our second hour, we will open up the phone lines as well. Sign up now for coast zone are.

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"banken" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on KSRO

"A story in the book that just. Changed? You. I got one. For those of you that aren't familiar with Los Angeles, the four oh five major freeway strand, damn freeways. Five hundred thousand people a day travel on the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work. And this one particular morning. I, you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because he like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone, I call five people and no one picked up so I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my is everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel if your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said this, quote, there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour your show, bumper to bumper from your dock, although we we blew if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move once you are going south on the four or five past sunset. So I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire at the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. Oh, so I pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. Then I slam on my hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that this situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure everybody's okay? Get back the car, and I call my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready, and she had asked who was I said, I don't know. She goes was Mona. And I'm like, no wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is was one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And I said, it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think of why am I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows. I'm Patricia Banken's owns the crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sales really great crystals and stones by the way in Los Angeles is interested, and so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds like that was your spirit guide because I've never heard such specificity because Julie were born with spirit guys are kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open and less than they're there to help us. And I said what's a really good thing. Because hurt that woman in the car in front of me, and she has no baby. It wasn't the woman in front of you their life that your guy was saving. It was yours. Yes. Right. I want. Okay. Does that change you? Well, it in the second did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning that at that night. I get my car, and I call my friend Pam who lives in Cincinnati. And Pam is. Mona sister was killed. Pam was in the car when it happened. So husband husband sustained permanent brand brain damage as of today from that accident. So I called Pam tell the story, and she says she's wanna hear the other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed. When you call the sworn I had a phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone was paralyzed couldn't move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly in fully believe that I'm gonna be I am on a bonus round. You sure are and the big lesson shift is about paying attention. People say what's your book about? And I said, well, I can tell you a lot of things with the number one thing, I'm gonna tell you the pay attention. Interest yourself when you take your pictures. Are you aiming at something or does it just happen? It's both I learned early when I started Saging everything one day. I sat the sage pot down. And I started taking pictures of the smoke because it wasn't hadn't all burned out yet. And what I learned was that smoke is like a canvas for goes. I was able to see them. So clearly in the smoke, and they would like kinda pull the smoke around them. See the shapes either form without the smoke. They were out there. You could not see them without the smoke. I could still see ghost but not as clearly and easily and as reliable as with the socks. Mazing gift. You have stay with us. Julie we're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about your work as the ghost photographer in our second hour. We will open up the phone lines as well. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter today.

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"banken" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"A story in the book. Yeah. That's just. Changed? You. I got one. For those of you that aren't familiar with Los Angeles, the four zero five major freeway strand damn a freeways five hundred thousand people a day travel in the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work and this one particular morning. I, you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because he like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone I called five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio is everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear a voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour, go your show bumper-to-bumper dock, although we move if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move when she are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire the two cars in my lane in front of me, CLYDE. Oh, so I pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. I slam on online hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situations coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure everybody's okay? Get back within the car. And I called my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready and she had asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes wasn't Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is was one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And I it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think? What am I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows them. Patricia Banken's owns a crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sells really great crystals and stones by the way in Los Angeles is interested, and so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds like that was your spirit guide because I've never heard such specificity Julie were born with spirit guys that kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open and less than they're there to help us. And I said what's a really good thing. Because I heard that woman in the car in front of me, and she says, oh, no baby. It wasn't the woman in front of you their life that your guide was saving. It was yours. Yes. Right..

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"banken" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on KNSS

"A story in the book. Yeah. That's just. Changed? You. I got one. For those of you that aren't familiar with Los Angeles, the four oh five oh major freeway strand, damn a freeways five hundred thousand people a day travel on the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work and. This one particular morning. I picked you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in because he like many, I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone I called five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio is everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour bumper-to-bumper dock, although we we booth if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move when she are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire at the two cars in my lane in front of me, collide. So pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. Then I slam online hoping you don't get smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me, and I checked to make sure everybody's okay? Get back in the car. And I called my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready and she had asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes wasn't Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grief. And I it was a man's voice. And she's she's like, what do you think? It was I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows them. Patricia Banken's owns a crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sales really great crystals and stones by the way, family in Los Angeles is interested and so I call Patricia and. And I tell you the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds like that was your spirit guys. 'cause I've never heard such specificity Julie were born with spirit guys that kind of nudge us through life. And if we're willing to be open, and listen, they're there to help us. And that's what's a really good thing. Because got hurt that woman in the car in front of me. And she goes, oh, no, baby. It wasn't a woman in front of you their life that your guide was saving. It was yours. Yes. Right. I want. Okay. Does that change you? Well, it in a second. It did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning that at that night. I get my car, and I call my friend Pam who lives in Cincinnati. And Pam is Mona sister who was killed. Pam was in the car when it happened. So as PAM's husband who sustains permanent brand brain damage as of today from that accident, so called Pam tell the story and she says. Huh? She's wanna hear the other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed. When you call the sworn I had the phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone. That was paralyzed couldn't move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly in fully believe that I'm to. But I am on a bonus round, you sure. And the big lesson shift is about paying attention. People say what's your book about? And so I could tell you a lot of things, but the number one thing I'm going to tell you the pay attention. And trust yourself when you take your pictures. Are you aiming at something or does it just happen? It's both I learned early when I started Saging everything one day. I sat the sage pot down. And I started taking pictures of the smoke because it wasn't hadn't all burned out yet. And what I learned was that smoke is like a canvas for ghost. I was able to see them. So clearly in the smoke, and they would like kind of pull the smoke around them. You can see the shapes either form without the smoke. They were out there. You could not see them without the smoke. I could still see ghost, but not as clearly and easily and as reliable as with the smokes, what amazing gift you have stay with us. Julie we're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about your work as the ghost photographer in our second hour, we will open up the phone lines as well. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter. Get it today at coast to coast AM dot.

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"banken" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Five oh major freeway strand, damn a freeways five hundred thousand people a day travel in the four or five just to give everybody a perspective. I take the four or five every day to work and. This one particular morning. I picked you know, I I call people whether friends or work on on my way in like many. I'm probably an hour in the car this particular morning, nobody picked up the phone I called five people and no one picked up. So I get on to the four or five and I'm around at Sunset Boulevard. And my radio everything's off. I have my left hand on the steering wheel. And I hear voice as clear as you can hear mine right now that says put your other hand on the wheel. If your phone rings, don't look at it. In fact, don't answer it. And then there was a pause. And then the voice said there's there's going to be an accident. So I have my hands ten and two looking around, you know, four or five so you can't move lanes in rush hour on your show bumper-to-bumper dock, although we we move if those who know the traffic flow, you actually move once you are going south on the four or five past sunset, so I'm moving and then once I hit Wilshire the two cars in my lane in front of me, CLYDE. Oh, so I pump on my breaks to let the folks behind me know, something's happening. Then I slam on online hoping you don't get the smashed in the back. Well, right. But see I was I I was ready. So I was prepared to knowing that I needed to do that the situation is coming. So I you know, I fortunately didn't hit anyone. No one hit me. And I checked make sure everybody's okay? Give back in car. And I call my wife Suzanne, and I tell her what happens and she said, you're just so calm. And I'm like, yeah. I know I it's I was ready. And she asked who it was. I said, I don't know. And she goes wasn't Mona. And I'm like, no, it wasn't Mona just everybody knows Mona is one of our best friends that was killed in a car accident, five months after my mother died of Alzheimer's. So I was getting like the double duty of grace. And I said, it was a man's voice. And she's what do you think of what am I still don't know how and she said call Patricia and see if she knows. I'm Patricia Banken's owns the crystal matrix in atwater village, and she's a brilliant psychic and gifted teacher. She's incredible and sells really great crystals and stones by the way. Many in Los Angeles is interested. And so I call Patricia and. And I tell her the story, and she goes, oh, my that sounds like that was your spirit guys because I've never heard such specificity because you know, Julie were born with spirit guys are kind of not just through life. And if we're willing to be open and less than they're there to help us. What's a really good thing? Because got hurt that woman in the car in front of me. And she says, oh, no baby. It wasn't a woman in front of you their life that your guy was saving. It was yours. That's right. I want. Okay. Does that change you? Well, it in the second. It did. So I gotta work have a weird day. 'cause I'm thinking, you know, what a crazy morning that that night. I get my car, and I call my friend pan who lives in Cincinnati and Pam is Mona sister who was killed. Pam was in the car when it happened. So as PAM's husband who sustains permanent brand brain damage as of today from that accident, so called Pam tell the story and she says huh. She's twenty here. The other half of your story. And I said sure she said, you know, and get depressed and stay in bed. I said, yes. And she goes I was in bed. When you call the sworn I had the phone in the bed with me. I saw you calling. I went to go reach for the phone. That's paralyzed can move. She said imagine what would have happened. If I would have picked up the phone, and I said I'd be dead today. She's like, yeah. He would. And so yes, it completely changed me. Because I firmly in fully believe that I'm gonna be I am on a bonus round, you sure. And the big lesson is about paying attention. People say what's your book about? And so I could tell you a lot of things, but the number one thing I'm going to tell you the pay attention. When you take your pictures, are you Amy at something or does it just happen? It's both I learned early when I started Saging everything one day. I sat the sage pot down. And I started taking pictures of the smoke because it wasn't hadn't all burned out yet. And what I learned was that smoke is like a canvas for ghost. I was able to see them. So clearly in the smoke, and they would like kinda pull the smoke around them. You can see the shapes either form without the smoke. They were out there. You could not see them without the smoke. I could still see ghost but not as clearly and easily and as reliable as with the smoke. What amazing gift you have stay with us. Julie we're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about your work as the ghost photographer in our second hour, we will open up the phone lines as well. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter. Get today at coast to coast AM dot com..

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"banken" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Card debt student at whatever it is business, and they feel like they're doing all the work and somebody else gets all the money. And so there's those people. And then Jason, there's you who is paying cash for everything doesn't have dead. The real issue with the banking world right now is that for the most part, Jason, they control almost every dollar that you earn one way or another. Either you're making payments to them and they're getting all that money and working with or Jason, they're like, you. We haven't individual who doesn't have dead, but you've got to have cash to be able to purchase things. Correct? That's correct. It's gotta be there. And that's normally in a Bank account, right? At least the once you need to operate with the business. And so they've got the money and they're working with that. And the problem is we've got both sides of the coin are really not making any money essentially from doing banking, of course, the guy who's borrowing as paying interest to him. He's losing money left and right. He can't ever get ahead but even for guys like us who are more on the cash side of things even without you just don't own a Bank right now. So all the prophets that is being made from the money. You've got deposited there is also profiting Bank, so that's really what we're trying to fix Jason. Is there a way that we can build a system that lets us profit on all the money we put into unlike what we have at the Bank, but also let's us take. Over loans that we've got elsewhere potentially, and so that we can essentially recapture all the money that banks are normally making off us. That's that's essentially the goal? Yes, what makes sense. So what you're what you're saying is when I, when I take my when I when my when money comes into my business and it gets deposit Bank account that Banken's up turning around and loaning that money out, and then they're benefiting from my Depa for my cash deposits. I then used those cash deposits to buy the things that I need because I don't like I don't like having that. I don't like having debt. And and so then I benefit from the cash value, but not any of the actual banking..

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"banken" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"banken" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Of all forms of payment that aback by vehicles. So there's just always going to be commies of scale from switching that kind of model over John. And so then Lee centralization of gold and eventually. The, you know, within each city and then each cities of the statistics straight more than the city's next to it, they would centralize the reserves and then being the capital dealing dark ountry. And so the gold standard became a sister Banken's immediately settlement, and then that centralization love government to have a lot of control over it. So it led to being a heavily gone on console sex. If you think about it, you know, central banking is one of the most government influence sectors in fifteen months. Every gonna meet these days. You know, it's. It's very rare that we have three markets. Central banks. We don't. We have a government monopoly everywhere. Other things, you know, like just your water or trash that is more value in some places will have private up with how the liquor pretty much everywhere has a public central Bank or at least your bitcoin Shota. So the the problem with gold was the decentralisation law government will think it over and then in nineteen fourteen what happened was that because war broke out all of the central banks. Now, since they had all of the governments since they had a central Bank handy, they found it easy to just start printing more money, not backed by the gold and because there's a war, we can just people, you know, it's a state of propaganda. It's a state of war and we won't let speculators come and drain the goals from honor reserves. And this is, you know, this is standard operating procedure for countries that go into war. They do this stuff. All the time they're trying to use of it. But in one thousand fourteen pretty much everywhere was using the gold standard than so everywhere was heavily centralized in terms of the gold reserves. And so during that period, government Segovia central banking or influence central banking deletes was more money printing, and that's what allowed World War One to continue for very long time. You know, people talk about World War One. As you know, the the meaningless war, the pointless war. There's really no good reason for why that assassination would snowball into forty years of global carnage. But the reason is that every country at that point had had an easy way of inflating its way into war. That's really the key thing since then. You know, it's been. It's been a while dried of covenants having discovered this addiction thirteen later fires themselves from war to any anything else. And people think of it as just being a normal state of affairs and modern political science certainly talks about like that, but I think has historically speaking, this is quite an anomaly and I think it's only natural that the free market, it's going to come up with solutions for something like this. And that's what bitcoin effectively is choice for people to opt out of the modern nation-states with all of, you know, hefty Bill that it sends you are there at the end of every year in the form of inflation, we Milton Friedman is it of shocking that someone who is as self-proclaimed capitalist as he is you even he still believes that, you know, government should shape money supply monetary policy. Does it sort of show how like insidiously deep? This belief is that that government should shave monetary policy that even self proclaimed extreme capitalists think it's so. Yeah, it is quite interesting actually, because you know. No, you would expect from the perspective of the game? Like Nokia Friedman he would. I mean, he he did in in many of his interviews. We spoke about replacing the fed with a computer software, but I think he, you know, he, he paid some lip service that in his more public appearances, and but he has actual scholarly work. It was almost always coming at it from the perspective of what should the government do best about this..

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"banken" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"banken" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"So now he's like nobody will guy at little his wife is sleep with the little guy i had no idea why we are about the why no okay i'll put that stewart pankin wife it leaves the movie she's got a problem i'm addicted never theor again ever fears a pilot and she's gonna veils for the rest of the movie shoot i always across oh with this burden ido wanting to wake up hungry no that's a different bird later later he has another whole bird himself four shots of entire birds i believe want to be a turkey i'm not even getting they framed banken's wife's relationship with spoiler alert bronze at pinchas name in this movie is bob terror strike it is never mentioned that that is a major song in i don't care whenever they framed banken's wife's relationship with him like it was an affair like she was like internet ganic what i'm just i'm just getting tomorrow's numbers while he's sleep i was like what is he wakes up grabs sir and i will tell you only scary part about this movie this movie is when he's wearing those very loosefitting boxers which me area uncomfortable that many pop out and he's doing a lot of pop out where what do you mean us and you know of as an opening your wants to get out and get some air now i want to to get out of your growth you hope that lab riot i just need to take one second good old school pot others.

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