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Where the fake Trump media massacre video came from, and other things to know about it

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:23 min | 1 year ago

Where the fake Trump media massacre video came from, and other things to know about it

"All right so for those of you that might not be totally into this story or understanding where it's come from this was totally trending on twitter all day a and it just so happens that I spoke at the conference where this is the center of controversy so there was a horrific museum video where you're donald trump massacres fake news media now essentially there's these videos that go around and there's this community of people that love the president so much they'll take popular videos superimpose the face of Donald trump onto somebody kickboxing or somebody with a lightsaber fighting people they disagree with so I guess the most this one was the CNN which with precise which was the body slam when the wwe one because the president shared that one and so this particular video was from the movies kingsman which is about the British Secret Service or something starring Colin Firth actually doesn't fourteen. I've never enjoyed those movies I it's called the dark comedy only for some people only some people very cheesy I never liked that movie right somehow killing people's funny but no there is a whole genre it appeals to a certain the demographics never liked the not Nora Nora I've tried to watch it a couple times is just not really my my genre so anyway this memoir so those that don't seem to have to define what a menas because we do have some people okay so mean is what is the best way to find a mean kind of like when you know it Ben Johnson Adam Benny Johnson chief creative officer turning point USA so look amine is a picture or a video that satirizes or explains an issue in a short sound bite that usually his comedy or uses wit I guess that's a good way to put it that it turns it on its head flips it sure Iran nick insightful. Almost here's the best way I can describe it it's the Internet's equivalent of political cartoons that a good way to put it share okay a modern digital essentially this scene in kingsman which I don't understand how this scene was really funnier incite fuller enjoyable the watch but allegedly there was a scene where somebody walks into a church and kills a bunch of people that was the scene Church massacre and they superimposed Donald Trump's face to be the guy that's killing everyone and then he's killing the fake news media CNN MSNBC as well as Democrats like Barack Obama Nancy Pelosi unless we totally denounces videos unequivocally and totally I don't think it's funny to show violence against other people I think it's it's not my not my taste I don't think it's funny people I find that Kinda dark humor interesting I'm not one of those people however he let's just get through some facts they say this was shown at the president's Miami resort so all of the media covering this is insinuating as if the president approved this or this was at his resort he didn't at all okay so I was at this event it was a unique event it was one with a lot of energy and a lot of people that were really excited to be there and Donald Trump junior Sarah Sanders governor on descent data's thankful to be invited you know so this video is shown in a side room in a breakout room against a wall in a very kind of make shift CAPAC- acidy and Don Jr. Ron to Santa Sarah Sanders myself and Corey Lewandowski knew nothing of it we didn't know about this until the news actually broke and now we're being lumped into this I might have spent forty minutes at this event basically the entire time I was at the event was when I was speaking in and out and Laura Ingraham that night and then I flew to Detroit super early the next morning I didn't hang around it was not but they're acting as if we were behind this entire thing the headlines are all all sort of inferring it's like Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Donald trump junior charlie kirk and this

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"capac" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"capac" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Banks for folks nationwide, who you know, don't have readily available, you know, banks or credit union branches in their neighborhoods. And you are struggling to be, you know, served by the financial services industry. Why might it not make sense? What's the argument against? There was a report that came out recently from a website called deposit, accounts dot com. They're a subsidiary of lending tree, and they showed that only about three percent of the population of the US population lives in a county where there are more postal post offices than there are Bank branches. And there's an even smaller percentage one percent of the population live somewhere with post offices, but no Bank branches, basically, you in terms of the, the number of people that equates to there's only around seven million people nationwide who live somewhere, where there are you who live in a county where there are more post offices than banks and credit unions that kinda shows that, you know, where this is, perhaps, most cute as an issue is in rural counties, which, you know, other research has shown that rural counties would benefit the most from postal banking. Kind of just shows that there's, you know, th this, maybe not maybe isn't the beyond end all that some of the advocates for it would claim, we're speaking with Jay capac- of market watch. Who would you have to retrain, postal workers to do this, or would bankers actually come in and do the operation? What would happen I think it would probably be a mix of the two. You know, there's definitely an extent to the people, you're the tellers that you still see it being, you know, they are providing kind of they're providing kind of a similar, you know, retail service. Like I said before a lot of postal.

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"capac" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"Youthful cars all have different needs completely different needs in our bodies or the exact same way. And I mean, we can see this in athletes. You you see typically you see a really fit super long distance runner. And I'm not talking about the, you know, the the super skinny person a healthy runner that got a Fairmont Brian as an exam. He he's been coming in our conversation a lot lately we use Brian here. Brian Capac, one of our strength coaches been on the show, obviously several times, and he is he is like what you saw first of all brands of union unicorn because he's a long distance. Everybody's also strength guy. Yeah. So, but I I had I had he heard the other room at he heard. But Brian's a perfect example of an type, right? He's an and he's a unicorn within the tight some Brian is the perfect kind of phenomenon if you will in that he can do the long distance programs with really hires viciously than people on planet earth can also do explosive stuff as well. Right. So he would be a perfect example of the type so Brian would be the BMW I eight right? That's right. But our Tesla's would be your your endurance athletes that really perform super-efficient with endurance type environments running aerobics cycling things of this nature, your ironman, your airmen type of people and these are typically people that do need require higher levels of carbohydrates lower levels of hype hearing proteins and fats, and they are beautiful. Oh, athletes like these cars were, but it's like, you're Michael Phelps? Right. Exactly. This is not gonna say while that guys, you know, fit and I can guarantee Michael Phelps is not walking around on Kito diet when he's performing. He was known for eating five to ten thousand calories of like, you know, pasta. But again a unicorn not what new. Don't run out the buyout grocery store on pasta. But why we're talking about Olympic athletes, but look at so very similar body types. If you were to look at him, we look at it you sane boat. He's the fastest man alive. Now, this is a guy that has to stoke his engine as an F type with higher higher levels of Puran higher levels of protein in N fats, healthy fats, and so these are great examples of of three body types that would fall into the category of of these car types. And so I think that even for myself, you know, we're we're all creatures of habit. Right. And we tend to let's face it. We like to find things that have the least level of resistance. Right. So if we're hearing these vampire miss for adver, right? Stay away from carbs stay away from fats. Eight eight ounce servings of water. Yes breakfast is. Most important meal of the day. Will we start to inherently believe it, and before you know, it it's no longer serving us for the greater good? And when a belief system no longer service for a greater good that belief system becomes nothing more than be asked..

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"capac" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

Strong By Design Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast

"Youthful cars all have different needs completely different needs in our bodies or the exact same way. And I mean, we can see this in athletes. You you see typically you see a really fit super long distance runner. And I'm not talking about the, you know, the the super skinny person a healthy runner that got a Fairmont Brian as an exam. He he's been coming in our conversation a lot lately we use Brian here. Brian Capac, one of our strength coaches been on the show, obviously several times, and he is he is like what you saw first of all brands of union unicorn because he's a long distance. Everybody's also strength guy. Yeah. So, but I I had I had he heard the other room at he heard. But Brian's a perfect example of an type, right? He's an and he's a unicorn within the tight some Brian is the perfect kind of phenomenon if you will in that he can do the long distance programs with really hires viciously than people on planet earth can also do explosive stuff as well. Right. So he would be a perfect example of the type so Brian would be the BMW I eight right? That's right. But our Tesla's would be your your endurance athletes that really perform super-efficient with endurance type environments running aerobics cycling things of this nature, your ironman, your airmen type of people and these are typically people that do need require higher levels of carbohydrates lower levels of hype hearing proteins and fats, and they are beautiful. Oh, athletes like these cars were, but it's like, you're Michael Phelps? Right. Exactly. This is not gonna say while that guys, you know, fit and I can guarantee Michael Phelps is not walking around on Kito diet when he's performing. He was known for eating five to ten thousand calories of like, you know, pasta. But again a unicorn not what new. Don't run out the buyout grocery store on pasta. But why we're talking about Olympic athletes, but look at so very similar body types. If you were to look at him, we look at it you sane boat. He's the fastest man alive. Now, this is a guy that has to stoke his engine as an F type with higher higher levels of Puran higher levels of protein in N fats, healthy fats, and so these are great examples of of three body types that would fall into the category of of these car types. And so I think that even for myself, you know, we're we're all creatures of habit. Right. And we tend to let's face it. We like to find things that have the least level of resistance. Right. So if we're hearing these vampire miss for adver, right? Stay away from carbs stay away from fats. Eight eight ounce servings of water. Yes breakfast is. Most important meal of the day. Will we start to inherently believe it, and before you know, it it's no longer serving us for the greater good? And when a belief system no longer service for a greater good that belief system becomes nothing more than be asked..

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"capac" Discussed on Famous Failures

Famous Failures

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Famous Failures

"Welcome you to join us. They're all at the path dot com, and those are really fun. It's a lot of tech founders and investors and people in create a field. So it's really fun to meet everyone before and after the formal meditation part, so we do that on Tuesday nights. We've a teacher training program that. Warms my heart. So we now train and certify people to teach meditation, which is amazing than these people will go out and teach hundreds of thousands of other people around the world meditation. So that feels great I am really blasted. I get invited to speak at guide meditations literally round the world this morning round count. The country's was trying to think about all the countries that I've taught meditation did this year, and I'm not sure I'm even close to getting there. But that's that's really fun for me. Not just fun. It's really rewarding. It's it's exactly my mission, which is to help people with impact be more mindful and not not face the stress in the panic attacks and everything that I faced a few years ago in the fourth thing that we do is called Maala, and it also just warms my heart. I feel like as I talked to you like a hundred butterflies or unleashing enters of energy coming out of me right now because we bring in people who are really impactful, whether it's a startup founders investors, people in film TV. Be music authors, nonprofits, and politics. So we bring people together, and then we put them on a real retreat. So we sell it as being like, really fun, and you'll meet great people. And it's social, and we do it in beautiful environments kind of the opposite of that place. I went to India with no soap and toilet paper. We have so vapor, and it's very very nice. But then we actually bring people on a real retreat. And I think is probably fair to say it changes the life of every single person matchpoints us the Dayton location of the next retreat. Oh, so the next one which we are working fast and furious on right now is February twenty one to twenty four and it's going to be in Mexico. So people can kind of think to themselves like, oh, I'm going on vacation. It'll be warm. So it will be warm. It'll be beautiful. We've amazing amazing amazing people coming be you will come away and feel incredible. The team is actually relevant to what we've been talking about. Today is insight. So we're going to help everyone just tap into that natch. -tural insight that we all have we just quiet the noise in our minds down, and as you can see my own insight can believe change my life truly between us. I think I think it saved me that moment on that corner. When that voice game to me that said I had to get out of there. I think save me from what could have been a lot of physical problems ahead if I had listened to it. So I just I really feel passionately that. I wanna help people tap into their natural insight because there's so much wisdom there. You're an inspiration. Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your story. And and such great advice to those in the community who find themselves in a similar position as you will put everything you mentioned into the the show notes. But I wanna give you one final opportunity to leave your audience with any parting words on failure. Or really anything any anecdotes that we should've covered. But didn't really anything that that should have been said, what was not said. Oh, thanks. I would say that we have the Capac. To change. I think it's really tempting or easy to think that our personalities are fixed and the way that we are as the way that we will be, but my life has changed dramatically. I would say my personality has changed dramatically and it wasn't easy. I'm not going to say that it's easy. And it did take a lot of meditation and a ton of retreats varying degrees of air conditioning offered an apron, so, but we really do have the capacity to change..

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"capac" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Hello and welcome to the podcast, I'm Tracy v Wilson. And it's November sixteenth, but battle of Kabul Markelle took place on this day in fifteen thirty two and it's also described as a massacre. This was committed by Francisco Pizarro and his men against the Inca people of what's now, Peru when this happened the Inca empire had just been through an enormous epidemic and a civil war and the epidemic could actually sparked the civil war emperor. Wanna Capac both of his governors and multiple other important leaders had died in this epidemic. And then why not Capac named one of his sons as his successor? But that's son died in epidemic himself before you could even be notified of the decision. And then his father died also before news got back to him about the death of his son. This interrupted the imperial line of succession, and nineteen year old husker went to war against his half-brother out a wealth of both of them being sons of the previous emperor, the resulting civil war went on for four years without a wellpoint ultimately winning this war had just ended. When Francisco Pizarro arrived on the coast of what's now, Peru. He was following the example of her non Cortez's conquest of the Aztec empire. He was planning to take a small force inland and capture outta Wolpe. Hugh Inc of you'd as a divine ruler. That was actually what Cortez had done with the Aztec emperor Moctezuma the second Moctezuma was killed when this happened. Although it's not clear exactly how or by whom Perot and his force of just one hundred sixty eight men took a treacherous mountain road from the coast inland to Markelle, which is where auto Alpa was in camped. The city itself was almost empty with Ottawa's force of between forty thousand and eighty thousand men not far away. Once they got into the city Perot concealed his men in buildings that were arranged around Marcus central square, and then they invited out while but to have a meeting with them the night before this meeting Ottawa Alpa had held a ceremonial dinner. To celebrate his victory over his half. Brother, and this dinner went on late into the night in involved, lots of intoxicating beverages. So when he entered marker the next day he was carried on a litter with about seven thousand retainers, and they weren't necessarily at their best. Most of them were also unarmed because they were not coming there with a fighting force or with any idea of having any kind of battle at Wolpe was a divine emperor. He expected to be treated that way. By this visitor to his empire inside the city out of wealth. But was greeted. By a fryer. You talked to him about Christianity and also delivered a Spanish document that was called the requirement. The requirement was meant to inform indigenous peoples that Spain had given its representatives the moral religious and legal rights conquest. Of course, the requirement was often delivered in Spanish, and that was often the language that the people they were talking to did not speak. There was though an interpreter in Markelle that day. During this exchange with the friar the friar had a bible and sources really differ about what happened, but they all end up with the bible on the ground either having been knocked down or thrown or dropped. And when that happened Pizarro's men burst out from hiding, and they massacred nearly all Abbas retinue and they took him prisoner because ours foresaw almost no casualties in this. Well, Ottawa Alba's force being mostly unarmed were just massacred outta Wolpe was designed as prisoner until July twenty six fifteen fifty three when he was put on trial after there were allegations that he was mounting an attack force. He was executed. Pizarro attempted to use the emperor's that followed a Welte as Pepe DHS, although one of them named Manco Inca ultimately rebelled against Spain and established a completely separate Inca capital two. Buck Amari is considered to be the last Inca emperor. And he was executed on September twenty four th fifteen seventy two less than twenty years after out of wealth is executing. You can learn more about this in the April fourth twenty eighteen episode of Steffi missed in history class called hallmark and the end of the Inca empire. Thanks to Casey, Peter. I'm in Chandler maze. For their audio work on his show. You can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcasts. And wherever else you get your podcast, and you can tune in tomorrow for a murderous castle. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology

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"capac" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of the pure upheld Capac cast, let's start on a light note is that all right with you. I love it. Okay. Because one of your stories today at the podcast is a report that twenty five percent of millennials suffering from PTSD because of the two thousand sixteen election. I don't think twenty-five percent of millennials even knew there was an election. Well, you know, maybe if they did they wouldn't have the PTSD, and they would have elected Hillary who knows? But that's that's the biggest demographic in the country right now are the millennials. So for a quarter damn to reportedly have PTSD after the election. That's a whole bunch of people even younger than millennials are children. We've got six children dead twelve other sickened, I is the pronunciation adenoviruses. The viral outbreak is going on at a pediatric center in New Jersey. One hundred incorrect terrible tragedy. This is just one of those awful stories. You don't know how to how to even wrap your head around it star on the pain that cetera. And you've got the CDC involved with this this investigation. You've got local medical involved with the investigation. It just shows you that wants a concentration of any demographic has gathered within a facility virus can rip through it and record tragedy. This one has. And that's what worries me about the af FM the polio like virus? We're seeing bounce around the country as well. I think, you know, just as we get one tamp down, viruses are amazing little creatures. You know, they don't give up easily. So this one hopefully, it had got to tamp down or at least under control. It's just a real sad story. The numbers obviously vary depending on who you're. Talking to her where you're getting information on how many migrants there are headed toward the US border. But what we have learned in the last twenty four hours, according to an executive for Campbell's soup and the vice president of the United States. They're being paid by Mr. Soros. Yeah. There may be some people down there getting some Soros money. But I don't know piece got enough to hand out to everybody in the line. I think this is all a whole bunch of different people getting involved, you know, how things attract crowds once they get a little momentum. Oh, of course, I don't understand though, you've got one Mexican news outlets saying it's now down to four thousand five hundred you've got another one thing. It's fourteen thousand people you would think we'd get a handle on this that would require somebody actually doing a job and going out there and counting them it's much easier to just look and try to guesstimate can't we do it from an aerial photo. That's what we do every time. They let me ask you this with all due respect. Yeah. Does it matter? Now, I sure it does if it's one hundred or one hundred thousand but if it's five thousand six thousand seven. What? Help me here. Why why does it matter at this point? What difference? Does it matter? I get it. Yeah. You're right. Charlie wanna go that far you have to throw me on the Clinton vote. That's the question. Does this ties in this? Is this caravan matter? Yeah, I think it does if it's bigger than the last one. And then if the one that's forming in Guatemala right now, which we heard about today if that's going to be even bigger because then you've got an increasing problem. So yeah, I think it's important to have an accurate number. But I also I'm now starting to hear that it's probably not gonna make it all the way to our border. So we will see what what happens with Mexico in the next couple of days. All right. Just your opinion here. The president says that the Saudi cover up is the worst cover up in the history of cover ups is it just me or might that be just a little bit of Australia. I mean, I don't know all the world's cover-ups. But. Charlie. I have told you a billion times now to exaggerate now you. It was just him being glib again and this morning, you're going to hear a lot today about Anthony Scaramucci talking about the president's propensity to exaggerate and he even used the word lie. I think this is the president tweaking the intellectual class just a little.

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"capac" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Every goal every day of your life who Divino. So back to kind of like the relating this to learning habits and focusing on improvement through a little daily disciplined and rituals. It sounds to me like this is where you really went deep on learning to habituate. Certain small things for your own recovery, and then that sparked interest in this is a social science, true to certain degree. So again, like I said, I didn't really have language for it at first, but there were kind of two roles here. So the I was, I had to start small and I, I wanted to get better. I wanted to continue playing baseball in Capac to feed and everything so so I needed to make those prevents for that reason. But the second thing was, you know, when you go through major injury like that, kind of there's a lot of things just feel like they're out of your control. You know, like you keep the fully do certain things. You can't being told that you, you know like your like I didn't ask for this to happen, but I, I still feel this way or my body's broken, whatever. And so I wanted to regain a sense of control over my life as well. And so little things, things that don't even sound like they're that big a deal. But like you know, when I went to college, I've made a point to keep my room tidy like that's a really basic minor thing, but it gave me that sense of control. And so as I gradually started to accumulate. That and this is really kind of, I think the core last night. I say this in the the conclusion to atomic habits that the holy grail of habit change is not a single one percent improvement. It's like a thousand of them, and you really, this is one of the ideas behind why use the phrase atomic habits because atomic has multiple meanings. One camin very tiny or small like an atom. And so I do believe that changes should be small habits should be small. The second meaning is that it's a fundamental unit of a larger system. And so often people will adopt like one new habit. You know, they'll get a fit bid, try to walk ten thousand steps a day, or they'll start to meditate for five minutes or something. And then they get a little frustrated because that one new habit doesn't like transform their life or chain. They, they're like, I'm doing this work, but I don't really feel that different. I think it's because it's not one little change that's going to transform things. If you have a commitment to making little changes each day or little improvements each day, and that was really the period rice started to adopt. That was like, all right, I'll get my roomie tidy all prepare for class. They'll make sure I'm ready for practice and I'll start strength training consistently. It wasn't any one of those that made the big difference. But it was the fact that I was like, always trying to find little ways to improve that ended up accumulating something more much more significant. Right. Wouldn't you think the difference between habits in goals are? I mean. When I think of it, I think like habits really are about behavior in goals or about getting things done. Is that how you look at? What's your take on the habits goals while so the probably relate, maybe? Yeah, yeah. So I mean, they're certainly connected to certain degree. So. So the distinction that I like to make actually is between what I call systems in goals, and then what I would call decision making or an habits. So I'll come back to the the second one in a moment. So a goal, you know, having goals is not sometimes people like to, especially they're really into the process or things like that village talk about goals or useless. I, I don't necessarily think that's true goes schools can be very informative for setting sense of direction. Knowing what you know what direction we're gonna row in basically arena where we ended. But once you have a goal, you start to realize that it probably is more useful to put the goal on the shelf and focusing said on the system in the process, and so it, you know, for my own experience, this is coming from someone who for a long time, I was very goal oriented. I would set goals for grades I to get in school for the weights..

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"capac" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Toure Show

"So I knew I was on the right line when I talked to Bishop TD Jakes and he was like a Sissel windy. You find time, right? He said, I write on the plane right on the train. I do. I have messed up many computers writing on play. I just grabbed him in thrown. I have a little MAC air that I stuffed with so much stuff. I don't even have room for it anymore to us. I don't even bother about just keep it just just to keep it right on planes trains and automobiles. When there's a moment I get up before the kids get up and find that time when it's peaceful, that's when it flows. I get up through four AM four or five AM when it's quiet in the house. And then when they go to sleep ten or eleven o'clock, I'm writing and I wasn't getting a lot of sleep. I was running in rushing and I was journaling and what I would find what I would find. I would get something in my mind and I would either tape it on memo voicemail. Or my phone, or I would text it to myself textile passage though. Steal it away, take take the moment to Email it to myself. This is for chapter selling, so plug it in here. I did a lot of you did it a lot like inch by inch raspberry rather than saying, I need a day. I was the tortoise not the hair says. I mean from my writing, I'm like, I need six hours so I can think get into it and I stole twenty minutes here. Pecked another topple sentences. Love it. I'm like, and I'm thinking about when you when you were doing your principal come like, oh my God, you know, how did you do you to principles right one? Well, one, but you. Yeah. So you did the one book and you interviewed, I said, and I interviewed people on the fly and on the quick, you know. And that's another thing I can do my little phone interview while I'm in the car for the book you don't. Well, nowadays use audio and video. But before I would like do my interview that can be driving and doing the interview, have the speakerphone on tape them and you know drive because my commute is two hours. I made every moment count for me, but I don't even. Yeah, and I'm like you in this great book you did with Princeton. Wow. I said, I wish I had the luxury. You know his, we'll know. Respect to you because you know, I'm a dad and I said, I had a job in the kids, but I'm dad. So I said, you know, Honey, I need Saturday to work on my book doing and she was like, great, I believe in you and this you've run another book. Great. Go do it, and we'll see at six PM and you left it on her. I mean, she's she's parenting, right? I mean, it's not like I'm dumping, but like bringing something to the table at the end of the day that she she, she was my wife was willing to give to the time to me. So we're going this union that in have on of capac- offer. I have my aunt and the when the women, the wives, the moms quite often don't have somebody they can pass off to like the dad and the husband can't k. so you're talking my second book now that's at mama's knee. So yes, that's exactly what I'm talking about. Every book I've done the same thing. Sukowo minded by like finance, fat moments. Not like I need to stop working this month, but like I couldn't. I could not stop working Tony Moore's into the same things that she would get up. Are you kidding me at four. Rent that how one of her kids threw up some..

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"capac" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Dangerous speeds here's California have a patrol is trying to get this vehicle to pull over an alleged stolen. Vehicle here look how fast at cardis blazes coming up into, the pass here's. Abruptly, slamming Then there's this, other guy wasn't what he was looking in the, rear view. Mirror he didn't see that that we're brake lights. And Cohen pass. Because there's that terrible, merge from the Hollywood bowl, that left. Side lane merge so there's brake lights in the past he doesn't see that coming up into the pass. Here's abruptly slamming there's the accident slow it down here we. Go vehicle TC Freeway southbound right before. Highland CHP that situational awareness on her she gives us, a, location it's a. Traffic collision a TC, the guy did. Rear end a car and then he gets out any figures. I can outrun ninety nine percent of the guys he, gets out and. He starts running across, the the westbound the north lanes going through coin, capac- driver into custody is gonna. Try to run across the freeway they're gonna take, this, guy down? Whether, he fell a rather he got taste the story is over stopped. The clock this pursuit. Is over what freeway southbound. Through the coin pass you've got to see that is that is Charley Steiner. Like whatever biker we don't know he he faded off into. The Los Angeles night. Sky like the asp that bit Cleopatra do you think there were some Bullhorn activity saying hey buddy back oh my g I would be. Kicking the side door the whole thing. So here's the thing the guy rear end car, he does a. Runner CHP and, there's no pride. In being caught by CHP There's none he's caught, by CHP he left the car in reverse so, now the cars coming downhill on. The one one and in our new favourite play, by, play pursued? Person, Meghan race can't see it.

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"capac" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And i can see this coming okay here's what they said what not to do okay in two thousand twelve dr john kirk patrick and his wife christiana we're going through a contentious divorce well there's the first there's the costly issue right there that's cost you enough to do that believe me they were fighting bitterly over custody and visitation for their children spousal support and the dividing of their assets now near the end of that year they reached an agreement on some of the issues in the divorce consent decree dr kirkpatrick was to transfer one hundred thousand dollars from his ira to an ira for cristiana is now soon to be ex wife and by the way pay her forty thousand dollars in attorney's fees so they the divorce was eventually finalized in two thousand fourteen the divorce order specifically stated that the one hundred thousand dollar ira transfer to cristiana should be done directly and in a non taxable transaction into an ira appropriately heidel in ms capac kirk patrick's name but that was not done when you have a contract like that or at least give the do their follow what it says there is no ambiguity there all right now instead dr kirkpatrick made to withdrawals from his ira during the year the funds were deposited into his checking account he made a series of payments to his ex wife and third parties to satisfy the total of one hundred forty thousand dollar order the couple filed a joint return for tax year twenty.

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"capac" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Radio business flash capac over to markus karlsson with more on what's going on around the world thanks very much at least one hundred and twenty five people are now reported to have died in phase dust storms in northern india with officials warning of more bad weather to come high speed winds enlightening have devastated many villages brought down walson left scores injured officials have said the death toll could rise over the coming days north korea has reportedly agreed in principle where the united states to end its nuclear programs by twenty twenty that's according to south korea's dong our ilbo newspaper citing unidentified intelligence sources on the nobel literature prize wrote be awarded this year that's according to the swedish academy which usually makes the decision it comes after a string of academy members resigned their seats following sex abuse allegations and other issues that tarnished the bodies reputation it will be the first time since wartime nineteen forty three that the prestigious award is not handed out global news twenty four hours a day on and i'd take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg guy thank you very much indeed flurry results out from major european banks this morning hsbc announced the two billion share by bag the stock is down the market is focusing on the cost story meanwhile saw jen is reshuffling its top management amid trading slump bats that reshuffling of the of the management story seems to have kind of led to the trading slum can i make that conclusion we'll find that at a moment para basel say trading down as well thanks keep pace with its wall street rivals in the quarter as revenue from debt trading tumbled let speak to senior banking analyst jonathan tic joins us now from bloomberg intelligence morning i let's start off with hsbc why is the market focusing on this cost story why why is it so worried about it jonathan i think jonathan is there or at least he can't hear me let me just tell you that hsbc stock was trading down in hong kong and and we saw that follow through into europe this morning it was interesting to hear the ceo talk about the fact that.

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"capac" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Responsibility to keep moving forward and keep building tools that bring people together in new ways he's re emphasizing the new ish focus on meaningful interaction not just interaction debra do you think that change in focus will impact engagement as they essentially make this shift back towards all focus on more sort of personal updates rather than news updates and have to make some potentially tough compromises yeah absolutely i think the focus on engagement is a really strong one and a really appropriate one for facebook right now i really believe that consumers do have some concerns as david alluded to about ad targeting about how their information is being used about how facebook is is targeting targeting them and if that's sharing data about them with other people or other entities those are all questions that consumers have and that could have an impact on their engagement their likelihood to use facebook they might change their privacy settings they might decide to share less information they might think twice about the kinds of things that they do on facebook these are all things that could happen we haven't seen it yet we saw surveys in the course of q one that we're done after cambridge analytica that said hey consumers we we're more serious so we're we're thinking more about our privacy about facebook than we used to but the proof is going to be if people actually do make any changes and in situations in the past we have not necessarily seen a lot of people leaving facebook duda other concerns that the company has faced all right and let's not forget facebook also has instagram facebook messenger whatsapp he's now talking on the call about what's at three million people using whatsapp to interact with businesses which is a new capability debra williamson of emarketer economy ceo david capac trek thank you as always both of you for weighing in and the.

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"capac" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"And you know he waits the twelve hour and he calls the first call he made according to the movie was to his father remember that right and the first thing he said he went back to the party you know what he said i'm not going to be the president and then the father joe kennedy says he had a stroke alan alibi knows oh my god with all the stroke affect and i didn't know at the same time you kind of feel for the guy go ahead say they saw the movie friend of the show andrew blackman associate want to give it away but she had the best line in the movie she was good actually i say saw today and she's got a very bright future ahead of her line was what everybody wanted to say thank you certainly would would want to say you see how you react nationally mike brothers said i went to see it with my brother and my sister and he said you know you know what i don't like this and everybody always thinks about the candidates he said you know there's some families it's a little bit of exploiting it in a way and i said wow that's that's interesting well there was something similar when the aaron hernandez trial was willing mary jo capac.

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"capac" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"She's loud angry and doesn't play by their rules she will never be your old rag republican well look at their record why would he want her to be she is sonny johnson and this is the chiesa that welcome today she say that a breitbart podcast i am your host female dragon with that fire conversation sunny johnson i don't pop but i can't pop that inflate the equal of yours i don't drop what i can't drop your preconceived notions out of the realm of possibility do not but i can't lucky ignorance in a cage and let ya intelligence flourish i don't work but i can't talk him into capac paschel under steady as she say that for your people subscribe to the podcast give your girl if i've star rating hit me up on social media at sunny johnson as s o n i e every saturday sirius xm patriots channel one twenty five we you hear the beat drop you know is time for sonny's corner feeding check it out we always have a lot of fun rebrov dot com make sure you inform voter and we should get along just fine let's get ready to make some conservatives hip hop culture but of course you know i'm not gonna do it oh no i'm not going to rush into it i'm not going to start something i can't finish without the creator of publis dot com you gotta bear with me you know the weather's changing and you know along comes loose sickness every once in a while and i it's touching your way i think it's touching me just a just a tiny bit i don't have as much enthusiasm as i normally start to show with but looking at some of the topics i think that there might change along the way so we just go dancing.

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"capac" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"capac" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Both teams ready to go at center ice our referees tonight jet prime michael transi act the linesman steve stankevitch and walk mike the buck has down we are underway slides into the mercy hurst into our right grabbed their by lester lancaster and who come the lakers movement right to left in all green with the white and black trim punched into the air force and and behind the net trying to pick it up his dillon abboud with help from led verdy can't control at lancaster for the lakers has it feeds to the blue line the go down low with it and rims in behind the net to the opposite corner poked out of there by the falcons and picked up by lead for here comes led verdy leading them out left to ride it's threeonthree rush led fruit up the left wing inner the corner goes back walter baskent can't control it they hurts take it away on the stick here a senior and sent into the airforce end lakers change on the fly and the falcons pick it up and move with from left to right in the mercy harassed and it goes no icing loose in the near corner and along the wall taylor best folks in gets control his past picked up and the neutrals on air force after the turnover threeonthree gone left right and shot it's three directed in behind the net dugout and played over here in the near corner my mirages rogers to the blue line up there at the blue line a shot it's going to be walked that came from jordan him late ricocheted off too bad of a defender under the near corner reverse to the opposite corner picked up there on the fly by one of them acres of feed to the neutral zone chipped in from the centre ice and the line change again by the lakers while the falcons dig it up and deepen their own there's a puk the stick of tom lack ride at the air force blue line and that one way up an out of play near side and that'll stopped the clock and with bill boji out of the line of what that injury the deep hearings have switched up considerably since last weekend met gochi stating with zach mirages dillon abboud with jonathan capac a couple of seniors in that pairing and then to freshman make up the.

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"capac" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"capac" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The trial if if an amazing study this is the first time we've had really saying huge improvements potentially of patients who call said a hemophilia satellite as to actually in capac queuing patients with hemophilia for the first time in that sense is acquired mindblowing observation retired use from the bbc indonesia's constitutional court has narrowly region the petition to ban all sex outside marriage if it's had succeeded the application wooded criminalised adultery sexual relations between america polls and gay sex the case was brought by an islamic lobby group which has promised to continue its campaign to change the law a court in karelia in southern india has sentenced to death the man who raped and murdered a law student in a gruesome attack that spots nationwide outrage the students a member of india's dalit community was found dead been nearly thirty steph wounds at her home in april 2016 the level of brutality in the attack shocked people across india the annual report on the use of landmines shows a steep increase in the number of casualties even though they use was banned twenty years ago the report says a 10year deadline for tearing land mines is unlikely to be met this report from imagine folks last year and landmines cause do for eight and a half thousand casualties over two thousand fat number mainly civilians were killed it's the highest number since 1999 the report says if few intense conflict in yemen ukraine libya syria or afghanistan are pushing up the casualty rates armed groups are making improvised landmines with no regard the report claims for the lives of civilians a suicide bomber has killed at least thirteen police officers inside a training center in the somali capital mogadishu fifteen others were in were wounded the bomber blew himself up showing the early morning parade scientists in the united states have calculated.

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"capac" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"capac" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"That was the sound from a video posted on facebook last night after a tornado tore through the shoot capac the sudden stormed turned a quiet afternoon into a scramble for survival for residents of the community just outside of montreal including the range of music riot was at home taking care for two young grandchildren with the wind began to blow we reached lorraine shaw at home in lissette hello ms gerard cattalo when did you i realize that this was going to be something more than just an average summer thunderstorm when my window of in my living room dark take but very armed car to ah try and i tell my because i had when i was with my grandson and my little baby of five mines and i i thought the windows shake like this and be get boom like this so i run in the living room in my room and in my room i saw my things go window when everything was pass away so this is coach beside you looking outside the window i saw yes because i when i arrive in my who at a room i thought things in their windows go uh right true into win what did you see uh uh would the hour.

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