17 Burst results for "Blitar"

"blitar" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

06:26 min | 6 months ago

"blitar" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"You put him on child support. Until he got real older and he you know he can Hatton almo. He will literally quid fucking job because he didn't want to pay child support Jeez. Lock you up for that now. They can't. They used to lock them up all the time. It was twenty getting my jail. Put money together to get him out of jail. Every minds the time and that story retail people go have abortions. Unless they pay for. What did I don't pocket? Forget it. He told in San Francisco. I did tell him in San Francisco. was those people call who try to say the from getting the board? The pro-life people pro-life people when they first came out in the nineties. They was car. We thought Blitar. It was crazy, so they will get. They will get locked up and get drug to jail for quality crazy people. Started bombing Bush. At the Bush craning. Say Your Baby, so somehow he blacked business, knowing came gaining their boyfriends out of jail and scheme was. Is he meet a prolife person in jail? Tell him that he girly prints. She's GonNa. Get an abortion and the pro-lifers called headquarters and getting out of jail. To save the baby should. God forgive him. My Baby Daddy got out several times. My friend was dead now, but she was like she got my brother outlets you like. Your brother in jail, what creating a pro-life people and they say? He told me they got a baby on the way. They white people. You don't I call them flower child small. We Yucca County hearbeat. and. They will literally making bail. Only black people saying they trying to say to keys from getting the border I do go sit down. With whose role would you know? My girlfriend will get an abortion. Why meant you know? I can. Come up with his student I. had a fucking stupid life. And I look back and I was like Oh. My God I was such a piece a sheet. To take advantage of people to get a no good piece of sheet out of jail. They didn't do their due diligence their fault, but they didn't do ten percent. They paid the whole fucking bones. So! It was no somebody sign if they will pay the whole fucking bond and you literally got by pro-life people so funny. I imagine on some level like if they taken advantage fine, but then when they pay the whole bond mad, they're probably gullible. Gullible because. You asked. Them are. Going to make another way when you get home, have you ever gone into an abortion clinic? Have you ever? Driven past one every I went to planned parenthood to get an D. test because it was free and I was like I'm GonNa. Go see what it's about because I'm pro-life and I was like all right. Let me see what what it's like inside. In got the test they were. Super Nice. Waited twenty minutes to get my aides results longest twenty minutes of my life AIDS tests is so dumb, but you know you have AIDS when you're waiting for that test. You're just like I'm sure of it. Have you had sex with anybody? Since one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five, like bitch I wasn't even live right? No, it's so I was walking out, and all of a sudden tears in heaven started playing as I walked out and I was like this is hilarious, but then you walk out in the waiting room and sad, but now I mean it. was you know it's like one of those things where? Apparently do more than a boy. Right a lot more I think. Those weird people protested outside. Yeah, they weren't there. So what about what about say to claim? Media say to people that you. Say Baby Well. How about say digs? Keep going to long turn into flus. Holes in them. To. Do. I remember when I was in my GD class and This is. One time. Flute. Vertigo fucking up. GD Klay. This girl, they were talking about as right because they were talk about like real life ship, and they said they said everybody stand up, and as we named she chew, sit down. So, they say. You. Know what I did. The whole thing by nights was I'm the WHO was. It was a lady who had? Who had four blown as assumption real, pretty black lady, she came to speak to us, and she was on drugs real bad and she was telling us how store how does she didn't get out how she realize how fucked up? She was until she got locked up and she looked in the mirror. She Got Holy Fuck. Is that me? And so why she was ideal shooting dope or whatever selling pussy, she called as and so she came his pizza. I'll. Look where Federal Work Program Claes, and she's the everybody. STAND UP! Have you had sex from nineteen? SEVENTY FIVE IS A. You know everybody's started to sit down and it will literally one girl standing. To all pretty girl to issue mace and I remember looking up lay between I know. It was like the late nineties. We'll fuck you know. Why are you here? This is what I'm saying to my saying. He whereabouts lay ladies speaking I won't know how to fuck. You Ain't tragedy cow. I'm hopping Garrett every chance. That did. Do for you. Have you got you count the child of horses and she'd Hey. Ice Water by the Jerusalem Man Charlie horses a bitch as you get older. Thought, that was the good old days and I'm like why the fuck are you still stand and she was like. She says she was a virgin and everybody applaud her and I was like you the stupidest. Audi Good Dick Iowa. You even hear you there. Why are you here bid took? That's what I was saying to myself. Who? Why are you ain't giving the policy?.

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"blitar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"blitar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With WBZ's traffic on the three is regret to increasing cloudy skies as we head through the evening tonight eventually will see some patchy fog develop temperatures will be in the low fifties downtown to be in the low forties and some of the suburbs patchy fog start tomorrow clouds hang around bits of rain and drizzle in the afternoon and a high near sixty clouds a little bit of rain around tomorrow night fact some of the local spots soon get some heavier rain tomorrow evening lower fifty seven will of showers in the morning Wednesday then clouds and sunny breaks for the rest of the day a high in the low to mid sixties will be in the mid sixties on Thursday with some sunshine right now sixty degrees in Boston it is unclaimed auction season in Massachusetts WBZ's Mike Macklin is at the state house where folks are getting a peek at some of the things that are about to go up for bid the auction this Saturday on eBay will feature one thousand items from the treasures list of unclaimed property the items include silverware jewelry crystal and a lot of personal curios left abandoned often by someone who died in had no heirs state treasury debt Goldberg says four days of public viewing across the state this week our last chance to clean anything that's rightfully yours our goal is to get property back to people who own it and if they don't then we have to do Aktion it over the years auctions like this one have generated about three million dollars for the state's general fund at the state house Mike Macklin WBZ Boston's newsradio Airbnb co founder Nathan what chart sick and his wife Dr Elizabeth Blitar sect making a huge gift Boston Latin their alma mater but toxic says it's a million dollar donation to create two computer labs and funds stem education initiative all these kids have a lot of potential the school has the ability to really bring it out and so I just want everyone to realize what an opportunity there sitting on the bus to the cars exit there they will match.

"blitar" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"blitar" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Brightness a wet can make these mysterious fast radio bursts. We were hearing from space. We're pretty sure it's not bob with microwave accidentally causing this noise something must have caused these one hundred weird signals that we we see something or someone right. That's always the question you you know what you do and astronomy. I guess not being an astronomer. Is You like you see some new weird signal and then you look through your category or you look at your catalog of stuff in the universe. It's an ask. Could this make that noise. Could this make that noise and there's nothing out there that we know of. There's a lot of crazy stuff out there making all sorts of strange signals signals but none of the things that we're aware of can make this kind of pulse wait. I mean nothing. You're where like doesn't son make a radiation and Redo ways or or do you know what I mean like. How do you know the the Sun. Isn't making these birds yet. Will they're not coming from the direction of the Sun right there. Come they come from all over the sky and if you ask like where where do they come from in general they don't even come in general from the direction of the Milky Way like if there was something from our galaxy they knew expected to come from something of in the plane of the Milky Way. You know that band Scott of stars you see like dribbled across the sky. If it's something from our galaxy some weird kind of star in our galaxy you'd expect to see it more in the direction the milkyway but we don't we see all sorts of directions which means is most likely coming from outside our galaxy. They're oh definitely not all coming from the Sun. That'd be easy to figure out another not come from her. Galaxies must be something Super Far Away which means at the origin it must be like super powerful burst to be able to hear something to be able to see signal from so far away means that it has to be incredibly intense at its source remember these other galaxies are galaxies huge right two hundred thousand light years across but these other galaxies their millions of light years away and you know we we send a signal to those galaxies even if directed it. You'll be pretty pretty hard for anybody to hear it because these signals dropped by one over the distance squared so you go twice as far the signals four times as quiet you go thousand times as far riding the signals a million times quieter so to be able to hear from so so far away exactly means it at the source it has to be crazy intense and we also just don't know anything crazy intense and very brief sort of sad trombone sound. So what do you mean as trombone well. If you look at the frequencies the frequency sort of shift is not like a single frequency it starts off at a higher frequency see and then it drops quickly to lower frequency so it sorta sounds like a sad trombone. You look OAC sommes just the universe providing soundtrack to my my comedy. Every time you make a bad joke. We hear a fast radio burst. We'd be hearing a lot more of him at all. I gotta say anytime I say Joe Ga- got up there. It hits the BUN and Janis gets two little yes. How powerful are these vendors will. We're not exactly sure some of them have located like a few of them have repeated so we've been able to like spot exactly where the coming from because it came because we've heard them more than once but estimates are that they have as much energy inches one of these pulses as our sun puts out in eighty years of earning right so it's frying you is causing summer. It's toasting mercury all that energy put out by the sun over eighty years concentrate that into a few milliseconds. That's the amount of energy we're talking about. If what we're hearing is coming from another galaxy then and that's how powerful and must be when it happens to be like some kind of explosion or some big event. It's definitely some kind of big event and you know we don't have a whole lot of data eighty because we only have like you know less than one hundred examples and each one is really brief. You don't have a lot of information in each one. It's not like you have a long extended tail. Oh you can study but we can do really clever tricks. We can like ask like you know what's the arrival time in this frequency versus the other frequency and we can use that to think about like how it propagates through the universe because different kinds of stuff in the universe allowed different frequency signals to propagate at different speeds or block the more whatever so we have these things called the dispersion measure that tells us like how spread out is the signal and all these things are totally consistent with a really small source really really really really far away. What do you mean a small source meaning that the thing that makes these can't be really big. It's not like an entire. Galaxy is emitting this thing. It's something that's like a few hundred kilometers across. When how do we know this because of the weather sort of the shape of a pulse right first of all. It's really really short rights. If you have some huge huge object that's creating signal and it's been really enormous then you're going to hear a longer signal just because if it comes from the back of it it'll take longer to get not you right but if it comes from a tiny little source like a point or something like a meter across that it's possible to create a really really tight signal. No because this thing only lasts a millisecond they can give us a sense like a rough an order of magnitude estimate for the size of the object. That's making it. Something really really big makes a really big pulse than just physics of it wouldn't allow it to create something so sharp yeah exactly we need something really small degree a really sharp signature and you know this is the kind of thing we're doing physically like. Let's squeeze as much information as we can on this tiny little bit of data and so that's what we know something. Super Far Away kind of small and really intense and there's just nothing in our catalog of Knowledge College. That's capable of producing that. Let's jump right into what could he be. Aliens Aliens around the top of my list for zoos is I. I think you always put at the top of your list no astrophysicist very creative bunch and so what they do when they're sitting in front of this kind of mysteries try to get creative. They say well what if we take something which is capable of creating radio waves and is really intensely powerful like a magnet tar you remember when a magnetized is it's a super category of neutron star right and neutron star. That's being right. That's right. It's a it's at the center of the maze. No it's a pulsar that's super duper powerful and hasn't crazy magnetic field and they're looking at things that have a lot of magnetic fields because this is e- em radiation nations so they're thinking maybe some weird twist in a magnetic field magnetic field buckles and shocks or whatever and that creates these pulses and so one category ideas like maybe it's like a earthquake on the surface of a magnetized that creates like a little burst burst of energy little shockwave it yeah and even ink on the surface of a star. Yes Dr Quakes exploited that sounds like an awesome science fiction novel star Quake Yeah Yeah and so they call these things hyper flares when a magnetized like bursts out a big explosion of energy energy but even those hyper cracks that somehow yeah you know like a yeah like it cracks or like it shifts yeah we'll think about happening earthquake exactly these plates rub against each other and you get a release of energy so it's not an exact analogy to what's happening on the surface of this magnitude another galaxy but it's it's similar and even that the calculation suggest is not enough to power these things so now they're thinking about like one happens and then maybe another one follows it in the to interfere in this way that gives us. I won a boost. I mean they're having to read these really reached to the bottom of the barrel here to come up with explanations for what might explain these things and there are other models as models like maybe it's some strange thing that happens when a black hole eats a neutron star although by now we've seen a few of those with our gravitational wave detectors and they don't always come with fast radio bursts so I think that explanation is is not as popular but the the signals from the gravitation aways are sorta a similar aren't they aren't they also sad trombone and also really short yeah but the habit of a ring down effect there like a one one one one. I'm anything longer then just a few milliseconds but actually I don't remember the details another explanation which I love of only because the name is awesome. Is People think it might be this kind of star called. Blitz are blitzer. Yeah Blitar is named after Tur- of course you're in the situation room and you gotta come over the next Blitzer in your beer just radiates energy and and they called it the blitzer that's right and that's going to be the plot for the next movie with VIN diesel and Wolf Blitzer right if you go faster than the bellizzi seventeen blitzer is a special kind of pulsar that sometimes collapses and turns into a black hole and I don't know why they call it a blitzer but but they think that maybe when that happens perhaps it releases this kind of energy. You know people are really stretching went. Becoming a black hole cries out when less blitz blitz yeah exactly it's like a maybe that's where it comes from. It's the death rattle of a pulsar perhaps That's just one possibility another possibility and what else could a deep well. There are other crazy ideas like maybe it's some strange quantum mechanical effect. You know there are really weird. Quantum mechanical things that happen in every star like you now how does light get from the inside of a star out into the universe right that requires quantum mechanical things like tunnelling which we talked about another podcast episode and so some people have come up with strange quantum mechanical entanglement affect called super radiance when a big blob of the star sort of gets entangled and and this could happen like if you're really close to the center of a galaxy and when a big blob of stuff becomes a requirement quantum mechanical on macroscopic scale they can do things things that the individual blobs not can't necessarily and one of the ideas is super radiance that they can emit huge pulse of energy all at once but this is really one of the more fringe theories wait did he has the whole sun the whole star sort of becomes quantum synchronized or something and the idea not the the whole star that would be cool but sort of large blob of it you know in the large. Baba Zia hundred kilometers or something so bowed be pretty awesome. We do sort of similar experiments on earth is related a bose. Einstein condensates are materials where a bunch of stuff has the same quantum state and so that has macroscopic properties he's but then those are usually super tiny aren't they aren't they like the size of a of a few atoms or something yeah. We've never succeeded in in building one. That's you know. That's really macroscopic. That's like meters wide for sure. No we never never achieved the but there is a relationship between that kind of thing and these sort of super radiance effects.

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"blitar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"blitar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I don't care about your guns about the guns Ole I'm done nobody cares about the NRA theory is that the enemy well well you have when you have the the the the two oldest guys on stage basically not not being as progressive as they okay socialist Bernie Sanders not being arrested but does that whoa being schooled by the young ins yeah right and the and the guy that this is not raising any money at all and really not showing up at all it in terms of support Swalwell what's what was the last polling zero yeah what dot zero point zero we're gonna be okay we're gonna be clicked okay thank you misli I just I just wanna thank your thank you Mr Blitar ski zero point zero an let me just sorry on this at you because that's what I thought was thinking of when I heard that audio cut last night when I first heard it I thought to myself wow why didn't Sanders don't fit on the stage no they don't at all though they don't at all because Biden can't fake it we wondered if he could so he's got no chance of appealing to the far left because he's got it like I said he's you know he's the really old guy that that fell asleep in in the chair and then you say something to me because what what no no what and that's exactly what he was tonight and I said that yesterday on the show that's exactly and we and by the way that opinion comes I'm doing that from the mindset of if I'm a Democrat right bill saying right they don't fit in the state their old go right that's right handers being school by the young person on gun control Sanders can't Sanders as to defend himself on gun control right he's coming across as we get off looking young people let's see it's time for the young people to be up there I bet you a ton of Democrats were thinking that last night well you know I mean the whole free college thing in Medicare for all the isn't even enough Hey will take that and that's it look you're gonna hurt yourself burning will take the Medicare for all from here at the free college for all from here it will go even further because what we need to do to is add to it this this this this and this and your track record doesn't add up this is what he has learned I don't know how many times now he was a couple of months ago in front of a group of minority women and of course being called out because basically he was not part of that group and if he was.

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"blitar" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"blitar" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I keep waiting as the night goes on in the morning comes in with where am I start getting tired? Has. Not yet. For some reason, Chris crock across America is Red Eye Radio. I'm Chris crock invert Gary McNamara and Eric Harley and God forbid, those two awesome guys who are very much look up to. Would have a day off for Easter. Right. So I'm glad they have day off. I'm honestly grateful to be here. I just tell them the truth. Which is what I say. You know, you guys reminded me of. Modern day radio that way back bonday stuff that I was like I want to be like that these guy listen to them. And I go man, they're so good. Nuff about that. You know, what I want to get into the illegals and they're not migrants. They're not illegal immigrants. They're illegal immigrants. Who gin up five to seven grand apiece. To come into our land to feasta of us at our expense. And they have no claim to come here. And there is a loophole in a law that allows them to fill pull this crap. But you to hear some of the stories that are coming out today about their journeys. Including how indignant how they are at us. It's kind of like you guys are member. Was it George Foreman? Do you? Remember, the like Midas commercial, and I'm not gonna pay a lot for the muffler or something like that round. But like George gets indignant mad like, you know, ever on. I I'm not gonna pay a lot or or I paid a lot. And this is all if the same thing. I paid six crab for this. You all me in this kind of warranty with this. You owe me and it's like on the -tuni- member onto tutti Brock Hussein Obama's aunt on the two-day. I know she passed. But she's still wrong. You all the America America. You'll all the. Issues like from the south. She said. Or me. Sounds you? All knee. Whoa. Oh sister. But before we get into that as if I didn't get into already. Bego Hussein Aurora. Beta Aurora is the cultural appropriate or. No, one is more masterful than culturally appropriate thing that at at cultural appropriating than veto who sent a rook. See? Yes. Yes. He grew up in a tremendously Hispanic area at bustle. Best. And Robert Beethoven short if you're actually Hispanic. He's not Irish. But is he when he wanted to get a little bit older? And I know this because it takes one to know one. Let me tell you. Got a little bit older. And he wanted to get into your daughter's pants. It was a college. And. It was writing. Like, I remember writing to the college newspaper. And I, you know, my full name, I'll lofty, and, you know, five perils, lofty, parallels. I'm making. And I mean, he was at a college. I never could have gotten into. I mean, I I didn't have the rich parents like he does your being rich white guy. But Sidon at that time to be a Amanda, Amanda any and get high in some rich person's Pat in New York and do nothing for a year or two. And have a couple of million dollars to front businesses failed. Then from next business. Eventually if you've got that kind of money to keep succeeding, right? If it's out Trump Donald Trump, if it's baked to rock, it's great. But. But beta when he wanted to get into your daughter's pants. He was not. Beta. When he wrote articles for the newspaper misogynistic one talking about the size of the of your daughter's breasts. Who is he was chasing. After in the review, we know about you know, stuff that's been on earth since he ran against Ted Cruz, which explain why he almost one in Curzon second. When when you want to get into Artis pants. He called himself, Robert Iraq. Okay. Because that's the well to do white name. That will help you know, help him to bed down your daughter. Okay. Don't win when it was convenient. He's Robert Aurora. But then. I'm going to run for Senate now. So I'm thankful. Unveil if you saw him I'd be flailing my arms right now. But I I in twenty years of being talk radio, dude. I've realized that you can't fi me. I just realized that. So I'm flailing my arms around right now. I swear to you. But I guess because I forget you can't see me. It's not how this medium works. And once he wants your vote now is beta and you're like, okay crock. That's great Chris crock as my name for Eric Harley and Gary McNamara. A Eric Gary McNamara near Carly radio. But. See now that he's running Beethoven O'Rourke. And you're like, yeah. That's okay. Let's find your pickling. But. The reason why he almost be Ted Cruz because Ted Cruz slept. And did nothing practically nothing zero point zero. Like Pluto Blitar skis GPA until he realized this guy's chasing up on me. He's getting up on me. And a guy who truthfully does not even know we know this when he's asked and rallies in Iowa. What does policies are by zone for folks that would support him not trying to get them? But you can you can tell them more about somebody. On east. We're coming out of Easter here. And Jesus says that where your treasure is. There your heart will be. And Beethoven made three hundred sixty six thousand couple years ago. Whatever twenty sixteen twenty seven hundred thousand eighteen tax that just came out. In on a three hundred sixty six thousand gave eleven hundred sixty six bucks. Do you owe that Christian is like me, and I'm not whatever, but the average middle to upper middle class Christian gives more than that around that in a month and just hiding. And none of we might we don't make that kind of money. And then we got caught right? Would he say? I didn't know I mean, literally. I didn't know flailing arms. Didn't do the I ring for president or I would get more. Don't believe me. I'll read a t exactly but. And then he said, but I contribute in other ways. He he's only tweet talks is almost like a native American cultural appropriate to is like Elizabeth Warren. I know. I know that I would be running for president or I would document it more. Because what we do is. We give our time. Oh, you mean you? Presence. You. Robert all you bliss. Oh. In terms. Nothing. But I'm here come touch the hem of may garment. For. Camping sucked loss. Actually, I'm looking at. I'm white, but I have Hispanic dick name. Hi. Something off my chest. Eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine. But yeah, dude. The government is Beethoven. God. I mean, I'm not here. Like, I'm actually not trying to like go after I'm telling you the truth that folks of his ilk that are like this. Well, you know, and by the way, you don't have to give to the church of don't want to. It's not about that. It's about giving and where your treasure is. There your heart be also. And so. I guess he enjoys his money, but his his God is government. And so he wants to get more and give more had, you know, pour into the government. Whereas somebody like me who celebrates Easter authentically as authentic Christian is my God, you know. And so he gets the first of my money. So it's just a difference of of thought opinion, and so his his government and my God's got. I mean, it's that. That's okay. Just as long as you understand that right? Then there you go. He's america. Okay. I'm sure to even talk like fatal. I got to stop this. Okay. Okay. Okay. I don't have a policy, but but okay, just elect me. Okay. Hi. I'm handsome. I would he was he's in his first little speeches that in Iowa. That's all he did. Hi, guys, it we want to know. We wanna know. Do you support right? You should be poor. The most right. That's it. Let's it go for it. It's yours take it. But I just I'm just trying to say what's going on with that? What do you do with that? I don't know. I'm just telling you. Okay. That's all he's he's my. There you going on. No. Okay. From. Throne. I think I heard Eric and Gary longtime ago Bush. Bush is. George bush. Good evening. Collusion. Okay. Collusion bento Hussein good..

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"blitar" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"I'm deterrent. Where where did we lose our way as strong joining quartering east make a comeback and since then nobody's ever fought back against the British. So never has everyone on notice never lost territory again. My number three pick their picking the third round. I'm gonna be going with Challah black pants king of Kanda. I need to rein it in after picking king. Ralph might even pick kill monger. Those better leader some say a better leader, indeed, Ken, Jack, number three number three is Amsterdam Vallon from gangs in New York. He comes back to New York City to lead the dead rabbits from being small time hustlers to the biggest gang in New York. Hence, the title movie gangs of New York and kills dander. They lose to which is also plus. Yeah. Big time hustler. You Could. could. Yeah. I won't though true trill number three you get two picks in a real sure. Dave from the movie, Dave, okay? That was actually the next in line. You're thinking like me talking them one by one. I I don't even know the president's name. But I know that guy's name was Dave because guys the movie was named day. And then my fourth pick is grand vizier Jaffar. From aladdin. I've never heard his first name. I don't think ever before actually. No. I take that back grand. Sure. Okay. I no longer select him that was an accounting error. I select Senator John Bluto Blitar skis animal. Good thick Ken, Jack fourth-round. So my next pick is Jordan Belfort. He's. A man he's a man that brought success riches and respect everyone around him. He's a leader that bro small-time group of upstarts to being a big players in the nineties and he's naps Slough pimp that brought the whole new meaning to the term sicko mode. So he gets money ditches lame white from Howard met your mother to get the smoke show. Ten ten electric banana factory wife and focus arguably the best arguably the best Will Smith movie of all time. He has cool cars, and he smokes Gars on boats. And it's basically the greatest man and leader of all time. Oh my God. One. You got my vote..

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"blitar" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"I'm deterrent. Where where did we lose our way as strong joining quartering east make a comeback and since then nobody's ever fought back against the British. So never has everyone on notice never lost territory again. My number three pick their picking the third round. I'm gonna be going with Challah black pants king of Kanda. I need to rein it in after picking king. Ralph might even pick kill monger. Those better leader some say a better leader, indeed, Ken, Jack, number three number three is Amsterdam Vallon from gangs in New York. He comes back to New York City to lead the dead rabbits from being small time hustlers to the biggest gang in New York. Hence, the title movie gangs of New York and kills dander. They lose to which is also plus. Yeah. Big time hustler. You Could. could. Yeah. I won't though true trill number three you get two picks in a real sure. Dave from the movie, Dave, okay? That was actually the next in line. You're thinking like me talking them one by one. I I don't even know the president's name. But I know that guy's name was Dave because guys the movie was named day. And then my fourth pick is grand vizier Jaffar. From aladdin. I've never heard his first name. I don't think ever before actually. No. I take that back grand. Sure. Okay. I no longer select him that was an accounting error. I select Senator John Bluto Blitar skis animal. Good thick Ken, Jack fourth-round. So my next pick is Jordan Belfort. He's. A man he's a man that brought success riches and respect everyone around him. He's a leader that bro small-time group of upstarts to being a big players in the nineties and he's naps Slough pimp that brought the whole new meaning to the term sicko mode. So he gets money ditches lame white from Howard met your mother to get the smoke show. Ten ten electric banana factory wife and focus arguably the best arguably the best Will Smith movie of all time. He has cool cars, and he smokes Gars on boats. And it's basically the greatest man and leader of all time. Oh my God. One. You got my vote..

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"blitar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The streets They take to the streets though they will. Have a party a gasworks park In so right. Fred hutch in the. Obliterated you've seen them out there in the orange, jerseys these, cats are fighters these cancer, killers so much courage and in fact your meat Jamie here in a moment She is. In remission right now. She's dealt with two types of cancer in her, life and, before we talked to Jamie I wanna talk to you dre, Morrison she's a director of the Blida ride at Fred hutch and tell us what's happening. On Friday night at gasworks park. And then take us into Saturday because. We're having a big weekend here in Seattle writers we're going Blitar Blitar. Eight cancer that's the plan the first of all thank you so much. For having us here on Friday. At gasworks park we are. Inviting are writers and. Markers to come to obey kickoff, celebration we have Tom Douglas catering there we have Donovan Franken writer as our headline act it's gonna be sunny and gorgeous and it's an opportunity for the whole community to come together and really celebrate will we, have accomplished because while obliterated takes place on Saturday with the rides and the. Wac are obliterated have been fundraising since February and they've been training for their rides and asking their community to support. Them I was gonna ask about differentiates this for most five K's? Ten K's in the races that. You see around here why did you fold that in. The thing to ask your participant Wants to then go raise additional money so having cancer. Is not easy and we were hoping to give our community something that. They could do as well that. Would challenge them so not only do the rides. Challenge them physically but it also, has big goals for them so they go out and rally their communities and they set big fundraising goals this year we have people who are raising five ten fifteen twenty thousand dollars Jamie Rodney is one of, them she's cancer fighter cancer killer she's dealt with breast cancer and non Hodgkin. Lymphoma she's really amazing she's dealt with this for the past seven years she's a mother of two grown beautiful children. She has a very supportive husband he wrote this by the way And. She's ready to over fourteen thousand dollars and she's, going to be riding in the obliterate and. Jamie this is kind of interesting you're doing, this for selfish reasons could you. Believe Fred hutch they're going to keep you alive, right we're, going to keep. You on planet earth for awhile. Longer that's exactly right I. Very optimistic I absolutely believe they're very close to. A cure so. So in the heat you're going to get on. A bicycle or are you doing, the walk. This weekend what are you doing. I'm doing the fifty mile ride Are you can tell everybody what. You just went. Through I. Just finished a combination treatment which was immunotherapy and. Chemotherapy was six months and I just finished. In March wow how. Do you train, to ride, fifty, miles on a bicycle and yet you've been dealing with with cancer? Now for the last seven years and congratulations, you're officially in remission right now but still you've gone through, these chemo treatments that had. To be tough for you to. Train about thank you yeah? I I had to take time, off? Naturally and I just I'm a very active person to begin. With I enjoy. Walking I swim. I'm just taking it one day at a time I know I'll be able, to finish it I have incredible support my my friends my family they'll they'll carry? Me through what is? This journey taught you so far The journey has taught me to slow. Down and to. Appreciate things. It sounds very cliche but it is very true. We're only here for a short period and. I appreciate everything where. Do you find, the courage, and, haughty-faced face the fear. My family because there's real fear isn't it Yes, every day I think about it, every day But now you're going to get on a bicycle and you're gonna ride fifty miles and you can, be present with that bicycle present with those riders and you're, going to celebrate the fact that you're in remission and. Then you're going to raise money for other people so they like you can benefit from all the, great research that goes on at the Fred hutch which is, just down the street from us by the. Way. Just about a quarter mile. Down the street exactly it's. Right in our. Backyard it's it's hard to believe it's right here what do you want? To say to people that are listening right now and and they, are fighting breast cancer or some form of cancer and maybe they just found? Out. What do. You want to say to them I have always felt you have two ways to look at it it's all about, attitude you can take the positive or the negative and feel, sorry for yourself I choose to take the. Positive. Road I want to be. Optimistic I feel that I'm. Strong with my. Family my friends they've carried me through more than once and will continue? To carry on you ride with anybody tomorrow I am I well, my husband is doing the hundred mile oh showing off a little bit better Has great legs though Two very good friends April and Rebecca who are going to be. By my side goal what do you want to see your family and friends right now that? Have been supporting you I could not. Have done this without you And I just love you so much and? Finally what is Fred hutch meant to you Fred. Hutch is everything Fred hutch has, all my heart I I I have met the doctors I know so many people now and I am completely confident that they. Are very close to finding cures and Andrea know that. You're doing something different this year a lot of. People like I'm never riding fifty miles I can't write a hundred miles on a bicycle so you've done a five k. this is the first year for the. Five k it's a five k. that starts at the YouTube just like all. The rides so you can be there to cheer on your writers are on your, team and then the walkers walk the five k. tha gasworks park and finished with us but it's an opportunity. For children to be involved in for families. To really be, able to support each other give us, the headline times here real quick so. Today's Thursday, we got a Pearl Jam concert tomorrow This is going to happen so our Friday night kickoff will be gasworks tomorrow evening. People can come and register on site from four to. Eight PM and then on Saturday they can also. Register on site up to an hour before so between six and nine depending on the route they choose to get out everything you wanted to get out source. Of people that are listening right now I just want to say this is. An opportunity to actually have fun doing something that relates to cancer and challenge your, community and make it a good time we're here to celebrate and you have to know when you see these. Writers out on Saturday chairman I see him. In orange and, they haven't defected to the Denver Broncos This is just the We wanna make sure that people are seeing when you're out on a bicycle and that's why we have these orange colors on exactly and cheer for. Them Hong, for them and yeah the Portas, coming, to a song. Jamie fourteen thousand. Dollars that's pretty good do you have a Facebook page or somewhere people can go if they want to support? You on. The tomorrow I do I. Have a Facebook page My Email Jamie, Jamie rotting dot com we'll figure it out or people could reach out to, us here at the radio station at nine eight nine seven three thank, you so much for being here thank you. For your courage a lot of times in self help books you open them up and there's just a bunch of words and then all of a sudden you find out. One day, you have the big c and, now, those are either. Just bunch of. Words in a self help book or they come alive and you take control your lighting control your journey and? It sounds. Like you've done that Jagger Glad, you're here all right thank you so much We love everything, that you do when it comes to battling cancer killing cancer. And finding the answers in real quick thirty seconds here we've got a, lot of doctors here in directors from Fred hutch and they are doing some of the best work in the world that is, no joke that they're closing in on, a cure not a. Cure for every cancer everywhere but there's specific cancers I, mean as. Close as we've ever been proven owns read some I toured, the, facility last year and you walk through. Like oh you people are really, are hearing. Cancer it's remarkable and it is very very, close the party gets started gasworks, park tomorrow, night, five.

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"blitar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

NASCAR Live

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on NASCAR Live

"Gone back to the start, finish CLYDE Taylor and Hart will block on Denny Hamlin of the line. He comes as her junior has what that Gaito to buy with a second time in his career. Let's been road. Let's talk to stay Blitar one away to start that final season with Dale Jr. congratulations. Thanks. We heard Ryan Delta's for the garbage me. We would've punch of ticket in the chase, oh, we forget what better way than the Daytona five hundred. This was special. You know? I wonder what is what is here? Here's to massive stable up. Clearly, one of the best is, well, they're going to victory lay now back to Mike Bagley, welcome back to that scar live towards a few moments ago about, we were going to be visiting with a Daytona five hundred winning crew chief author and current analyst on NBC. The gentleman that holds all three of those accolades esteemed tart is joining us to talk about leading the way his brand new book and other things as well. Steve, welcome back to NASCAR. Live good to have you. Abraham puts a lot of pressure on when you lift it like that. But yeah, it's been fun. It was fun fun on top of the ball and funding the booth this year. And you mentioned the book with a lot of fun writing that book when they Ryan, it was a fun project. It is called leading the way. How long did it take to put all these spots together? Throw. It should've took about eight months, but it took about two years for the simple fact that you know, I, I wanted to make sure that the transition the TV was my priority to the book was never a priority, and everyone understands how that works. But I'm gonna tell you when I really miss judge with how much fun it was good. He released these years and basically how it worked as I was sit down with Nate and we would just talk and he would record it and write the stories that I told that it was so much fun, reliving those years Dalen I had together man, I never thought just talking about it was going to be a black, but it was so for the fans are curious what kind of nuggets. Await them when they purchase leading the way? No. The whole idea of this book was to make sure a people understood how the rebuilding took place. What wasn't by chance. There is a pretty good strategy involved, but more than anything, it's just a behind the scenes. Look of what thirty, six weeks of ups and downs, ins and outs, good practices, bad practices, winning and losing in it. It's the time I Dale the time I spent with the team. There's a lot of behind the scenes. Look Dalen. I only had one big fight, surprisingly enough. It was the weekend over I win. We talk about that in the book. There's so many good kind of peak peeking behind the curtain if you will, what goes into. You know to mazing you're talking about that fight you in Dale had and indeed day went onto win that weekend. Don't give us all the scoop but give us give us like a little tease. What was the issue? What were you too at odds about and how did it ultimately it alternately ended up with Daya winning the race and you winning the racist well, but give us a little insight about how all that led to be right shows the trial and tribulations of the relationship of chief driver. It was a stressful weekend. Good. Your challenges that change the tire factors were added or car wasn't as good as it needed to be all of that boiled over into a major disagreement. We worked at different. We didn't expect to be that good on Sunday. We were wrong. We made good adjustments ended up winning the rates and and those forty eight hours on both forty eight hours. I was telling the story to Nate and he was staring at me and I'm like, why are you going to be funny goes, I had no idea that happened because no one has any idea. This happened and he. That most people why we worked on this book. And that's what I want to ban to know if people say, oh, you Dale such a friend, how did you become such good friends book is, have you know, it's not always roses is not always easy. We had a great time. We had some bad time and in the end who knew gonna come join me in NBC..

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"blitar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The crap body even concerned the heck audio and we find out that the special general said that what's his name komi was extraordinary and insubordinate by going around the justice department and coming out with this whole thing of all you know right before the election with hillary and the emails we find out that ironically peter struck the number three or four and the fbi the time purposely stalled this is according to the inspector general who by the way i believe is an obama appointee mr horowitz he finds that struck specifically purposely stalled for a month the delivery of the hillary clinton emails she screwed herself and he delayed them by a month trying to help trump at in the end they're trying to help hillary but in the end he had actually heard hillary because by the time it came out he could've come out a month earlier he delayed thinking he was helping that's the story of donald j trump i totally ridicule me laugh me that's totally fine but it's god's protection on this guy and by the way you might think trump's an idiot that's totally fine god protects idiots to protect whoever he wants to protect and and he confounds the people that are smart in scheming and have power in we'll stop them you know whether it's a criminal is trying to shoot and kill one of her cops gun jams or whether it is the number four at the fbi who's trying to stop trump from being president in the end it ended up helping trump become president and that's that's one of the things he said and struck at the time was literally leading the clinton email investigation and he literally stalled out by a month we also find out that he was also doing the russian investigation and he said the russia investigation was a higher priority we'd get what's come out of the russian investigation by the way guys nothing zero point zero bluto blitar skis gpa nothing absolutely nothing has come out nothing and he.

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"blitar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"About it in court hey why did you why did you not recording already said didn't really realize it he literally said quote honestly use the exact what's even worse than what i just said i honestly never thought about it hey guys kind of big deal here i'm fbi and i take notes and that's it right there it's the gospel no no no it's not so you know i kind of thought about what maybe maybe she could've maybe the the terror bride tear mama you know maybe she could've called the fbi hotline and tipped them off hey my husband you know help to look but he's all right a recall we call you fbi terror hotline but i realize calling the terror hotline does calling the hotline at the fbi gets nothing done because two different people call the terror hotline or the fbi hotline for cruise the orlando shooter killed seventeen kids it did not think zero point zero what's the bluto blitar skis gpa is what the fbi did in response to different people calling the she should have called it all salaam aleikum my husband killed gonna kill the gays for the name of he's going to kill the gays click and they still wouldn't deriving eight hundred two eight eight wbz ap's our number eight hundred two eight nine two two seven by the way out of all the times since nine eleven this is only the third time ever since nine eleven what does that eighteen years seventeen eighteen years so the only the third time when a terrorism cases not been one by the government and all it was was here's a little and the senator who represents the floor is so mad he said by a brick and fifty dollar recorder putting on the table hit record you stupid idiot i added the stupid idiot thing now we got bright of terror she ignored she says she says like what's his name the russian way back country i love this country i hope q forty nine gays pour la i'm still free i ended victim we would comrades over pro islamic commerce come on over it's party it's keyboard all right more on this coming up in fact eric holder eric holder actually did something with regard to this that actually might surprise you what he did for the fbi in cases like this that's next on the chris krok show on wbz whether unites once again it's.

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"blitar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And the ad council is on alexa i say alexa enable the skill then say alexa open now playing wb wherever you want us ceo of our metroplex most highprofile ceo's makes three hundred sixty six times as much as the average employee three hundred sixty six times as much as the average employee salary we'll talk about whether or not that's okay or whether that's not okay coming up at nine thirty right after the news on the chris krok program on wbz ap but if you're just joining us out commit muhammad clock boy has lost every single lawsuit that he filed and the federal judge i should point the saudi throughout everything and he dismissed it with prejudice i clerked and some law offices back of the day and what little i learned what little i am able to hang onto today i'm proud of and one of them is knowing that when you dismiss with prejudice it's closed it's over you can never go back it's done this is nothing baked open it's done clock med loses he is dismissed with prejudice the case all relief requested by plan if is denied all relief by the plaintiff is denied nothing that's right after mad we'll get nothing and like it he will get as much as bluto blitar ski got on his report cards gpa was zero point zero the attorney for irving isd i want to quote her and wanted to bring back some bama flashbacks on this just a moment eight hundred two eight eight wbz ap is our number eight hundred two eight nine two two.

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"blitar" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Really feel like the lazy summer heat just like drifting off the screen from this film it sent overly no a summer italy and just like through the you know the sound design where there's like cicadas and the trees anders thunderstorms at night and just it just feels like a very summary film and that really impressed me sort of the most of all just how well that captured it but you know beyond that the performance is our great the you know the love story is great it's to step it's a fantastic film and i think any other year it might have been even higher up on my list but everything that came after it i like just a little bit more number five on your list is a film that placed highly on your underrated list and that is blade runner 2014 tonight right yes so yeah obviously i talked about this on the underrated segment but yeah i i i loved this movie i i'm you know i don't put too much stake in box office like i don't care if a film under force the box office normally but i am a little disheartened that this is a film that you know goes out of its way to be a different and creative and even intellectual and almost no one wanted to give it a chance i said before and i do believe that in time people will rediscover this film and appreciate it for what it is but it is a bit of a bummer because it's sort of sends a message to hollywood you know maybe we shouldn't pumped so much money into big cerebral movies like this of no one's going to see them and that's you know that's disappointing i i want more movies like this it just looking at your list here like looking at the frame that each has for blitar near20 fortynine and you could have chosen a hundred different frames for the smoothie this movie so beautifully every little frame is like a painting.

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"blitar" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The crown we both arbs we love the crown day stranger things so yeah i mean we we agree ninety five percent of the time but the black mere not so much you're busy last night i heard screaming from your house yes lacks i i was in downtown minneapolis that i opened up my window to let some air and and i heard your husband screaming heap you guys he lewis remaining yes big time great timberwolves game last night yes the mavericks lebron james in town and it was really actually a funny moment because before the the game i just emailed you guys something the players today reason i couldn't get that in assists system the other thing played but this one person got it at bianchi rather than older okay perfect uh so lebron james's in town yes with the mavericks and the t wolves just kill them last night but before they slip before the game there was a little interview with lebron james and he called arts highest jones tyler jones show okay yeah so come on get the name right blitar a okay fine whatever game goes on he deflects one of ties is a shots and then he tires comes back and just dunks on the braun and everyone gets fired up it was such a good fun game and yet on how husband he wasn't working the game assigned but he was definitely going crazy and i said we need a record this record something right now so we have a new live in the vida on how would you right down to we do all are very excited let me getting a little dan you have it i have the tyler jail and down found the bs these middleofthe live alone kim who two who cares about twenty eight polls last night they will be all ladder gay we've big king day are we the housing a pack house on the.

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"blitar" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"This is why he be i don't get me where i'm looking at his quarterback desha jezarri that do one play held on the ball for seven seconds also may you couldn't tell daiwa clothes in our but i was impressed with josh gordon coming back after forty four game layoff in play a pretty good low slow yeah you know you could tell he's not used to the speed it again great right now blitar look likely that you'll get a single metal cinco numerous legal new now seen call a three way top top the afc west chiefs chargers in raiders all at six in six the chargers are the subthemes ripple era two two six six immediately after it own fourstar the 92 chargers though are the only team we talked about this when they were in this situation there are the only team in that span to make the playoffs after an owen 4star can they do it again key they close the door on it kansas city certainly given them hope the raiders look okay their plan five games in a row they play a tough washington team this upcoming weekend nominee tough as for is the way that they play you i don't think that they can be able to just walk in washington walkaway w w so if they stay hot men baker trawler all destiny from what everything i'm reading i mean is so fascinating i keep looking at you know this team that started five or no and wonder how did you lose six of seven and you know it a searing is a collective effort george one else you're crazy battle verve there are moments rich in our alec smith is awful in the defense is keeping him in the game yesterday alice mills fantastic in the defense gave a seasonhigh thirty eight points to a struggling jet squad like it's completely baffling the me what's happened to a tina start also will now it's weird no say medals hayes her eighth harm it was named arizona state hill with all 63 euro edwards has not told since two thousand eight which is not a big deal to me you had not playing to win is not in coachman college football since serving position coach and nineteen.

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"blitar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The numbers are good dial it back a little bit because of the opposition lean i choose really playing defense on the of the ball but when the numbers are bad in that same situation to me it's even worse it's even more disturbing more frightening if you're a fair those hey throw hits the realty but the teen then i think it has to be happy as tonight as their heads hit the pillow has to be the coaching staff the front office and the rest of the chicago bears organisation the chicago bears a team that was mocked laughed at ridiculed for taking mitch attribute sky do we realise column mitchell can we call a mitch i think that i know he wants mitchell mitch chips rose off the tongue a lot easier than mitchell i agree with that decision made decision may or the older mitch thomas brady does it worked it doesn't a iran rogers annoyed that that that's affect us at work either by the way a iran back in the news a little while why a iran will be in the in these sports pages of coming up in a couple of weeks but trubisky with the bears eighteen for twenty five hundred and sixty six yards a touchdown did not get sacked quarterback rating of all 100 in three nice first outing objects people wearing denver broncos uniforms pooped first and then there's the 45 million dollar man pike clement god two for eight twenty yards quarterback rating blitar areski zero point zero boring as fat chocolate super there's no way to go through life some zero point zero his there clearly two kids in the control room because neither one of you get the blue tajti reference right either one of you get the baltansky reference no ch nope he has ever watch animal house no now you know a both egypt just south talk of the rest of the american pie are college frap movie do yourself a favor to watch him or house and you'll get the 00 bluestar he reference is sean penn in that now sean japan as the belushi bsa not mistake yes sean penn one where he's like madonna's also him out in the.

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"blitar" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"blitar" Discussed on KGO 810

"The attention i mean they have been there he now it would well in the factories we said women have stepped up every single solitary time but you know i think it takes a long time for men to realise and i give credit where credit is due vowed to contributions of lemme say we gather steve ray on there now guys which on with crude dislike it's idea that i just ask brian is there somebody on there and he said yeah anyway don't matter does now he agrees of the whenever somebody agrees with other alike to put them on the air as a rare though it stop there all right the tells real quick about the the concert and and golden gate park what's going on outside glancy outside lance my god familiar with that a monster find monster salary once yeah better that hardly strictly on a or as a different as a different than that is a decent question i'd say that the thumb prints about the same but they've ever had different types of music more right you've got several stages you've got smaller ones bigger ones running all over the place trying to find a place to p i mean it's very similar we gotta get these two guys coming in a second to talk about keith moon in a minute who was the legendary drummer for the who that died young blitar died young and the to me the who was always kinda like those big stones and the beatles everybody was they were all about that and then the who was kinda like into the second sister in other ahead they're just straight ahead stones thrown stones that who like quadrophenia and tommy they did craig i we i will give these guys you here in just a second talk a little bit about that and also has will who was the american beatles or or stones or who what ban think about that and we'll talk about on flipside chip and heather and nicky as scheduled to him keiji san traffic from the tilton autobody traffic desk there's a pretty bad accident on your way out of san francisco into marin northbound wanna one at the robin williams tunnel didn't have any details on at the last time around and now i do it is blocking lanes one andrew one anseo and that's why traffic's backed up onto the golden gate bridge a twocar crash for conquered eased four before portugal highway is why traffic is backing up to morello avenue.

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