17 Burst results for "Caradoc"

"caradoc" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:04 min | 3 months ago

"caradoc" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"See the fear I think what you say what you say you're afraid that you know that the outbreak but the reality is that again the Caradoc Disley worse than the disease if it well I think in there that now but I I I take his point you know what he's saying is that you know that there's always going to be those who are going to try and divide us by race R. divided by religion and then just cherry pick out little elements in and plug in a little statistic here a plug in a disproportionate yoga ratio bear and try to make the case but the problem is and then you know this as well as I do when liberals say we need to put aside our political differences and come together what they're really saying is conservatives need to put aside their values and join us on the progressive side you know there's there is surrender surrender surrender surrender right get picture like the picture like a pitcher late that's what's what is very clear there so real quick yesterday we brought you the good news of Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that the coronavirus locked down in that state was unconstitutional went beyond the authority of governor tone Tony Evers and it's fantastic news that means you can sue the governor's office and win in the state Supreme Court yeah it depending upon the composition of the judges and whatnot as well as state law it was constant I look at the the the opinion on the legal issues there a lot of it had to deal with existing state law that said that the legislature has authorized some of these things and that the governor did not get the authorization the legislature so some nuance there but that the concept is the same that we're going to take these things to the court well in Wisconsin the people decided to show their appreciation and there's that their happiness for this ruling by going out to bars at Nick's bar in Platteville Wisconsin had a photo on Twitter it says forty five minutes after the bars opened in Wisconsin the staff person is packed mostly young people by the way none of them were wearing masks or observing social distancing so come on folks if we do get our rights back let's remember to be well let's remember to be if you need a reasonable about it responsible about it I do want to get our heads back that way it would be great if we get it right back in time for the fourth of July so we can celebrate all rights are that's all coming up by by the way we had take a break we're going to get into this do some pay would behave taught cut across the board at ten percent and also a state senator Pat Bates will join us that's coming up next on the to my report but first traffic and travel checking in billion Florida how to north county eastbound side of seventy eight emerald the crash there's been cleared out of lanes over to the right hand shoulder but things are still really slow from El Camino Riel on the northbound side of the fifteen old highway three ninety five a singular continues that off ramp remains closed as they do some pothole repair and on the southbound side of the one twenty five things been busy all day from the eight down past the ninety four I'm Travis Dale cook goes next real time traffic update four oh.

"caradoc" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"caradoc" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"Even need that broadly in the coaching seem there is a new? Architecture that he's adopted every ten years. So you're right. It's very difficult. It's very difficult than people hate new things and primarily because what I said before primarily because of the tools the tools have to be extremely rubbers. And they all knew rub is because a lot of people use them. And you need something you need a really really strong case to greet a new architecture on your right? If you take a I for example, those days new architecture significant departure from what is today, I'll mushrooming probably twenty different proposal into well, these we looks like maybe one maybe one with Michio. That's one I think that maybe was GPS chips use sheepskin yells whole. Okay. So why would people want to bring you architecture market us when they are from them until the allegories them because he's what he's computing tense. Whether he's in that time, I need a and so forth. He's when you sheets the role in some performance and increasing some of power consumption at some. Points are given architecture has lean interestingly enough as a startup we have take John the count shoes this usual, not to invent something new. So we all just doing you know, the same differently. So we have by the way, we are in the space of they I forgetting about your we are very much classy guy. So we are not trying to reinvent the wheel. We have to take you on a number of architecture decision. That are very well known to the programmer, and we those building blocks we all making cheap that comes from very little to avoid that new architecture syndrome that we think she's a process up. So the underlying architecture the programmers don't actually have to care about it near case. No to be Frank. We just talk a programmer, which is almost as if they were using a run on risk processor could be on be received. That's not matter at t's down using programming. He we provide them all the tools to hide the some subtlety behind you. Caradoc pick Chiro, but we are hiding for the program mental defect, which is powered architecture. You just.

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"caradoc" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"caradoc" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The eighth defeat Amy have already business. But here I got another question that was even more important. What would what would if they revealed that aliens have business, which they have what would it do to the world religions because I watched an old age alien show over the weekend. And that question was posed. So what would it do to the world religion? If they would reveal that. Yes. Extraterrestrials had visited us and I'll take my answer off the air, and George I'm hoping to see you in Columbus on may eleven super Brian you come up and introduce why. Talk into perfect perfect. We'll see at the meet and greet as well. But go ahead, Nick. Well, yes, religion. Again, it it's it's a waste at the. Full-frontal as people are perhaps most interested in sometimes concerned about I think there has been some research into this many of the world's religions are thinking about how they would respond to this. And they will say that they would be by enough to incorporate this new information, and I heard Catholics for example, say things like, well, if we find the early in life, it will just prove that the glory of God's creation is bigger and more expensive than than we have known previously stone, no problem, but I've heard atheists say, well, you say that, but wait till it happens. And I think it's a classic case of no no plan survives. First contact with the enemy. I think it will be a challenging time for all the world's religions. Didn't a Catholic church. Also say that the belief in extraterrestrials does. Negate one's belief in God. Yes. Yes. They did. The former director of the Vatican's. Observer Chow duty before he passed away. He he I I met him. I actually yes. No. Let's see. There was Caratto Monsignor Caradoc bound do Ducci. But the the person I was referring to was who say I think, but they all they both I and indeed other prominent people have said there is no doctrinal objection to the existence of alien life and indeed intelligent extraterrestrial life. But we'll see we'll see when it actually happens. How this unfolds may be very different. They talk a good talk. But we'll say Stephen Florida's worth us. First time caller, Stephen go ahead. Thank you, gentlemen. Sure..

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"caradoc" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:51 min | 1 year ago

"caradoc" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"The handle impatient and scruffy should only be used as a last resort or in adverse serve adverse circumstances. So they've got backing that's been given by cats protection, the Mayhew animal home Celia had an animal trust and behaviorists Vicky holes and the needs Kessler more the aims to launch the campaign in campaign and run it for a good year, and any organizations that want to join in can can Email this organization, which I'll put up on Facebook page. There are always like to see it. See when you've got your experts involved. Not just your organization's experts here. You're veterinarians behaviorists is important because the research and science needs to be there as well. It has to be backed by professionals. So that's a good thing. And so this is this is this is why this is why you shouldn't scream catch him. Yeah. Many cats act. React, adversely, scrubbing and it results in aggressive behavior. Mother cat knows the precise pressure to place on the skin at the back of the neck and she scrubs her kittens mainly to carry them for an adult cat. The action of humorous graphing is just frightening and puts the cat into an unrelated than God at state and at the end of the day. You're not a cat. Important to nurse all kinds of cool cats. The another cat. Cats have pressure sensors on the teeth, which is why they can just very carefully and gently carries a mouth in cabinets. Mouth yet. They can Ralph mouth and his cat. Mouths. Okay. My cat before Jim when I've texted people, but that was my car about you said, I've my cat. Someone asked me illegal and cruel anyway, they can carry a mouse very gently yet they can rip apart. It's parade. So, you know, cats have something we don't have which is the pressure sensors on the teeth, and if you're not sure what the SCRUFF of the neck 'cause you maybe never had a cat is the skin on the back of its neck and lifting a cat or suspending its body weight bites scruffy is unnecessary and potentially painful, and it's certainly not safer appropriate way to handle your cap. The a theory that the kittens go limp when their mothers carry them by the SCRUFF, and it's called a flex a reflex. It only occurs in kittens? There's now thought that Griffin the skin in a mother, cat fashion causes stress and can make account more fearful. So there's more research accents, doesn't and this. This continuous research going on scientists good thing. It's a really good thing. And I haven't seen as much size is going on now in the last fifteen years. It's amazing. The so much research going on for animals anyway, Scriven should only ever be used in an emergency situation where your muster strain your cat quickly. And that's your only option and apart from this Griffin should never. Be used as a training action or a reprimand reprimanding. Can this way will leave you with an upset? Confused cats, and you will break your cats trust in you what you don't want to do negative fossil. Scuffing should never be a choice. Always understand. I always say there's understand normal cat behavior. Because I believe that many many people are reprimanding cats for the normal behaviors like scratching its nor mill cats need to scratch. That's why Ted Nugent wrote cat, scratch fever. It's not because of fully references in the show today. No one's going to take a serious lights just nutty show. So I do see that. I see that not just with with cats. I see that with dogs as people getting mad at dogs are normal behaviors there's an expectation that they should act like humans, which is ridiculous. Let your cat the cat'll adobe a dog lots of things you can do if you're gonna catch us. No. Don't you have to make a husband that way to leave him to be? But just like a cat or a dog. This is a mosier Dicky. I'm just saying that just goes hand in hand with what you're saying. You know, I always say this way, we did these photo fundraisers and lots of people show up with the pets. You will be stunned. I love love to observe such a good a good lesson for me when we do these voter fundraisers upset people in the pets. But one of the things that people do they just can't seem to ask. The don't sit in a nice manner. I don't mean the dog in an is man. I mean this for people to say to the dog, sit can you sit for me. You know, George will you sit for me. No, they have to shout in a very angry way. Like rapid fire sits say. It's bizarre. It's so bizarre. I'm it's confusing to adopt because dogs understand tone, the understand tone and intention, and that's through some great research that happened if the if there's no intention behind the tone, and they don't match up the dog does not believe that. But if if they're together the dog will understand it so to shouts it just makes no sense in an angry, man. It makes no sense whatsoever. But I see that all the time. It's so we had and you can just ask you to sit. I mean, I can say, that's my doc. I just can't use it for me. And they just sit and look at this so fabulous and a rally asking to say, anyway, I just give them a trait, which is another thing too. You dog does not always have to do a trick. Or a command to get a treat. They don't you can just give him a treat. Anyway. So where was I going with this? I think that's the end of that one. But basically understand your cats behavior what is normal. Don't get mad normal behavior. Don't get mad at a cat that scratches. There are a lot. Things you can do to provide enrichment that that satiate then need to be a cat. There are many ways you can do that. Remember the show we had with the unique feeding system. Yes. It's funny. Mentioned the cat. Forget she's a veterinarian can't veterinarian. She came up with a feeding system that is close to how cats naturally feed, which is not into sittings a day wildcat hunting. Yes needs. It was it what it is. It's revolutionary. It is changing the lives of cats, and is changing the lives of the people that can't live with it is eliminating behaviors it is reducing obesity and cats, and it's elevating cats. Feelings of wellbeing and being happy and tell you why because cats feed normally cats would feed small enough to throughout the day. They would catch their food must be. Yeah. Let's thing because it keeps their energy up throughout the day. So what they do is. They hunt for their food. They play with they kill it and can play with it. Then they eat it, then they sleep. Yeah. And if you can't satisfy the prey drive, you can have a fairly depressed cap because how else is you're going to get that. You know such as prey drive. If you feed it twice a day and has to you for food eliminates this need to go and find its food. So she what did she originally called the business because she changed to Phoebe and dizzy, I think. Oh, can you search that for me? Jim. I think it's Phoebe and desert. If you just search that on on Facebook for me, but it was a different name prior to. And I'm glad they changed the name because it kind of didn't click with what their product was. So let me tell you what it is imagine. This is my best description. You know, what a poop bag hold. It. Looks like a small captial and there are five of those. And on the outside of them is a very thick like is nylon canned of fabric jam and it's got tassels on the end of it. And you put your food inside of him. You cannot currently put Kibble inside of it. And then you hide that in different areas of the home. So this can want keep your cat active really important, keep them active and challenging and they get to find the food because it's got tassels on. It's like a toy as well. So they get to play with it. So they found their food to get to play with it. They eat their food, and they sleep and every. The head more times throughout the day. Darkened Phoebe Caradoc amphibious cat. What doc in feebis cat company that strikes? I knew she changed the name. I love how by the way. I met her at super sue this year. She was on the show we'll replay that such a good show. But so great to see how would love to hang out with her a little bit more more. But she's actually a veterinarian and she's well well well well versed on cats anyway. So she crazies product, and she starts getting these incredible emails and videos back saying, I have a very happy cap. Now, my cat is lost weight. My cat is active, and they're just more more of a cat satis satisfy cap, and she said, it's the most amazing thing to receive those emails in those videos because she's she's she understands cats so incredibly well. She's trying to work on something. She can put wet food in it. But. She'll get there. She will get there. Because ideally, you want cast have wet food because you want them to have moisture in the diet really important that the moisture and the diet, and unless you've got a cat that goes and drinks on command. Then you need to you need to put the moisture back into their diet for them. But. She's a fantastic veterinarian. Isn't she JIMBO Dr Phoebe again? Doc, doc and feebis cat company dock com. Phoebe Cadogan Phoebe dot com. Okay. Worse at the end. Thank you for that. But yeah. So so this is what this is what we're talking about about letting your cat be a cat understanding camp behaviors and you can get so much information. If the so much out there, it's very exciting. A couple of the veterinarians that you can follow is doctor, Dr Motti Becker. And also, Dr Sophia yin she she did pass away, but still continues and all our findings of research is on that. If you little bit more about cats. That was a long one. Let's say quick break. We'll be back when we come back. We'll talk a little bit about fear free certificates and a pit bull ban. And. Yeah, that's that's always a big topic. Isn't it? We'll be right back. You're listening to Vegas rock dog radio with me Samuel host the Queen of rock and roll dogs. Kosheh? I love cleaning the litterbox said, no one ever. Luckily, there's world's.

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"caradoc" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"Column up that real estate agents had trust that's tall. Well, really, really quickly before we move on, I'm dying to know if you're still friends with this realtor that you picked at the beginning of the story did not think we're, I think we're going to skip that. Okay. You guys probably saw the Jim Carrey was going around. He was on real time with Bill Maher and he's like, we just gotta accept the word socialism. We've got socialism altogether and everything titles. Let's watch the clip refresh everybody's memory. So you know, the Republicans are running with the word socialism. They're trying to say, scare people scare pizza. Venezuela Trump says, we're going to be living in Venezuela. I grew up in Canada. Okay, socialized medicine, and I am. I'm here to tell you that this line you get all of the political shows from people is that it's a failure. The system is a failure in Canada. It is not a failure and can I never waited for anything in my life. I chose my doctors. My mother never paid for a prescription. It was fantastic. We have to say yes to the word everything. Okay. Now that's crazy. He left out all kinds of stuff about how fantastic it is. We've all on our shows when or this year after year about the expense panels, we got the whole thing and. That is absolutely crazy, but over the past year. So I've noticed Jim Carey says a lot of nutty things like that. But he also says some pretty amazing things like this clip their generations growing up right now who are learning to lie that lying is okay. Yeah, that this kid say, fake news that you're supposed to hate half the country. And if anything, if anything, we've got to get back to a place where we realized that vote is not who you are, you know, and and because you've Oded Republican, you're not stupid. You're not different. You're not worthless in. I could break bread with anybody who voted for Trump. We could find some common ground to love each other. I mean, but that's amazing. Those are two almost completely separate things, but my frustration was all weekend long. I only saw that first clip it might as well been on loop on FOX all week. Here's, here's the thing there. In his, we've talked about, you have to know. Canada has capitalism k. capitalism and a giant social welfare state and system. It's not socialism. Socialism crossword it is capitalism with areas that have been socialized. All right. That's very different than what democratic socialists are talking about democrat. First of all, it was racist to call somebody socialist before now they've embraced it almost like somebody predicted that then now they're coming out and they are saying democratic socialism, abolish capitalism. That's totally different than what Jim Gary's talking about -absolutely and we need to tell Jim, you're missing the point of all of this, right? He's at least apparently or what he says is willing to sit down break bread, talk with people disagrees with. That's the key right there. So while he was wrong clearly wrong about socialism, we need to go ahead and inform them on those things. Most people are not saying, hey, just because. Voted for somebody on the right or Republican, you're not stupid. I get that everybody else is your stupid, of course, but he is saying you're stupid. If you disagree with social, that is true, but sit down though Bill Maher is saying, you know, they're saying we're going to be Venezuela. Well, wait a minute ten years ago. You were saying we should be. Right, right. Well, and Venezuela is not good example of socialism than I mean, it's democratic social Venezuela's gone certainly a lot further candidate. But I mean, even with, you know, it's a nice that had a great experience with their with their medical system. It's not to say that no one ever has. But when you look at the average, we times for the average person, it's not good at all. They're terrible even compared to us in this evil horror show even before it was all solved by ObamaCare. I'm happy to sit down with. Let's talk about it. I'll fill you in about centralism thing and why it's bad. And until then you can send part of your fortune here. Please Caradoc towns and also Gonzales to to add to your points too. When I hear him say that, you know, I always had a great experience and my mom chose our own doctors. Okay. Well, what kind of health problems did you have?.

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"caradoc" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Yeah well the thing is is a very interesting with my body because obviously it's damaged when it comes to jumping but i can currently sit on a bike and i can do a lot through that and i can push a lot of power still so if it's possible i'm going to do some testing i would love to give track cycling ago and if it means that i can have a couple more years of a sports create that'd be fantastic but i am also realistic and if that's if it's not going to happen then as broadcast news is my certainly where i'd like to be well we certainly wish you greg rather than thank you very much indeed that takes us to our racing tips haydock three ten number one caradoc and also meeting at haydock the five ten number one can't jamison thank you rope now michael bikes joins us to tell us about tonight's moral maze morning michael morning show morning justin it was certainly a spectacle but its meaning and its consequence is still not clear some see the meeting between president trump on the north korean leader kim jung un bold and imaginative move to bring a rogue state back from the brink others wondered aloud how millennia of human progress should've put such unimaginable powers of destruction in the hands of two such unpredictable people either way the old tenets of diplomacy or out of the window with allies rubbished on twitter tyrants embraced and international relations seemingly reduced to a narrow pursuit of the perceived interests of those who voted for you what about loyalty the common good and standing up to not negotiating with evil morality and diplomacy the moral maze this week after the news at eight tonight michael thanks look at the weather sunny spells and a few showers in the south turn increasingly wet and windy in the northwest listening to you today on radio four with justin weapon michelle hussein twenty seven minutes to eight diner speed has a summary of the news the saudi led coalition has begun an assault on a port city in yemen which handles most deliveries of food and medicine for the country aid agencies have warned of possible.

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"caradoc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Not a journeyman couple of fridge as we pay for the padres is well padres in giant journeyman you you start getting into like report 560 add bouncing around eight how many good for your fine you're under the goma journeyman you're under the journeyman now i wouldn't call your journey get would douse reverend team team spring training spring training so yeah yeah now i wouldn't call yeah i wanted to leave that like i love your thought on that i'm not saying you're robbed his i was asking my whole thing is i would not call him adjournament change brings up a great one though i would not i would definitely not call dave directly adjournment aren't one more before we get to could right coming up in just a couple of minutes is go to scotland dan bill will scott joe i was thinking of devecchi just your previous caller there um but also i was thinking more so not so much i guess we're devecchi but what did the team and have to make its changes plans they had a guy who would they thought was going to be a starter for you know a number of years and and it really set them back a little bit and similar to that to me was what happened there jeff cooler with the niners you know they had the second coming in his jump to ronnie lott and stop and and all of a sudden boom he's gone and they loft a major part of their detention they had to rework that it took a while uh and i just starting jumps fuller i don't know if he would have been a hall of fame but if somebody that you know could have definitely maybe had his number retired by the niners uh which out the the nerve injury that he got a how did he how did he neck injury he got ta enes tackling and got caradoc um yeah it was a ingraham remember the have a he.

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"caradoc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of nazi cruelty as a young soldiers serving in the us army ben ends helped liberate the death camps of europe dead bodies lying all on the ground who can't tell fled dead or alive skeletons dresden gift rags with a triangle indicating that they were jews homosexuals or common as the smell of foul flesh burning crematoria which stacks of human bodies looked in life bones the ss is running out caisley getting caught beaten to death by the inmates i think hell would be powered as compared to what i saw that spend for ends on hardtalk after the news our meal numerous with the bbc news afghan officials say ten people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack close to the country's national intelligence agency in the capital combo the a spokesman for the afghan interior ministry said the bomber blew himself up when workers were arriving at their offices near the national directorate of security he said many of those killed were passengers of a passing car for ride in rasul e heard the blast we got gobert yards disarmed was sold out and then suddenly it was so dusty and people who are fleeing from every corner security forces skin quite soon and feeding the possibility of a second explosion they stopped people getting close to the area these mamaged truth groups said carried caradoc the turku in recent months such bombings in afghanistan have been on the increase pope francis has highlighted the plight of migrants during a christmas eve mass in.

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"caradoc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The twelve term lawmakers conduct with a page by telling the associated press quote this young man new what he was doing and of called lesquin shelving wcbm our contact number nine twenty two sixty shakhray they had let's go right to the calls were going to mark in baltimore mark welcomed the wcbm hardware for her where we were happy honecker only create eight per for workers over very thorough over at are also uh are are quite a watched by wade rocky to more practical for prepare for after her career caradoc operator quirky for that matter uh a few things i'm i'm happy to pay the bogor ravens wanted today over cleveland browns twenty seven to tan the ravens on eight and six the need to win two more games to get into the playoffs uh also vf and in a website's washing redskins wanted a that not good it is voter now to make we've course record the ravens i wrote to the rare because i don't semi having a chance of getting into the playoffs this year which they gave it up a different matter so we'll see how that works also uh the college football both isa started yesterday with six okay so we now on until january second or even the national championship game sometime next month and i don't know exactly one that is what mcleish which two teams that will continue for about at least a month uh were um on at the doing know maybe they're going to be in the in the early goal gave or not sure sure yes i think they are i think they are have been invited to a bowl but i'm not sure okay all right all right i'll go kirk order well ray race i'm calling a quake army chorus four miracles and everything but you remember last monday we had a scare up in new york city at the port authority he the bombs cnn farmer who tried to detonate a bomb inside a train station with six million new yorkers going to work on the rush l a basis each day and professionally ellie he really only hurt hurt herself family and three other people for less think of it as the way uh lifted could have been so far worse.

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"caradoc" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In camp this year to veterans to i don't think those guys are gonna be the solution but they may be better than uh neytsuttebroeck who's there thirdstring passer i mean if benefits a we to i would say for sure brand concombinate you know if him time to develop give him time to prepped and then i think you you put him in the right scheme is going to be a very solid effect a quarterback but but now i mean it could be tough i mean you're asking about the guy who has and play in the nfl the sheer someone who i think is incredibly talented and in in you know in the right offense with with time to the bell could be a very very successful starting quarterback for the right team but there's only three weeks left in the season so i mean know you going to bring in calling capping it in a week seventeen when he hasn't played all year and he's learning in this scheme or do you bring him and in the playoffs uh with with no regular season exterior mean i think it would be a lot too so i advocated for him several times this year i thought the texans were really good stock for him earlier this year with the shawn watson went down but uh at this point of the year i just think it's it'd be tough to britain anybody fresh let alone uh someone is talented kong happening would the comments murray rich in throughout this whole protest deal that he would have a guy like that on his team wouldn't have that would now make jeffrey loria right contradicted itself uh only because of meat uh if he brought telecab reneged that would rub well with the philadelphia eagles fans right you know what you'd almost all that i would not have strict lab i consider and tell ya if colin kaepernick choice the eagles and he went the super bowl i don't think a lot of eagles fabricated the appellate colleague caradoc i think at the end of the day it's about who who gives you the best chance to win and i do think that uh vacuum you know calling providence when it gave you a better chance to win the liquid bowls or any other quarterbacks were healthy currently on the eagles roster you know also you you talked about in your piece are you laid out.

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"caradoc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was he he he he actually were was referring to it as a health hazard something that could cost you your life homosexuality and uh y you know the he also said things that migrants seen as little races i think as a follow too that he was interviewed by the advocate again newspaper you know asking him what what did you mean by that he took at one step further so now he could just get a job in washington yes well you know he got in trouble and he got suspended and i i think today you'd wonder how could he get his job back at all but the outcry was so intense in terms of viewers who missed him and uh his suspension which was supposed to be three months was shortened to three weeks as the ratings were going down n n don hewitt was who was not happy about what he'd sat in was at one point you know happy to see him go away for a while uh really relaxed i need this guy back the big controversies sixty minutes came with mike wallace is segment with the whistle blower jeffrey widened y'all who was trying to bring down big tobacco in the movie the insider mike is in portrayed as the hero of the story y'all a such a tough time for us i don't think that the betrayal of mike wallace in the movie is is as good as some of the rest of the movie is uh he was never a premadonna and that part was played as a perma donahue he really was uh you know very down to earth a reporter who did caradoc getting to the truth and they did on that story by the way the the thing to be remembered about the importance of the uae gained story is is really this was about public health this was about the tobacco companies scandalously really claiming that a nicotine and news was not addictive when it was apparent everybody who worked there that it was and uh so the idea that the company are company cbs blocked it from hair was an was something the people at sixty minutes really had no control over and i think at the same time it when you're facing that level of adversity as a news organization uh tensions mount inside as well.

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"caradoc" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You know those of you don't know the difference between character and no caradoc thank you can pretty much see it here is no way to turn this against trump or against general kelly unless you really sick and ahead unless you really sick and they had and so bent that you don't know which weighs up anymore you there's nothing you could do here but say you know what she was wrong trump did the right thing and let's get over it so now we find that the bush comes out attacks trump that we played a little of that but you haven't heard all yet fto i keep saying i'm not shocked because i who bush was he's a globalist they may his father was actually a much better president that he was we all know that as well his father was a pilot in world war two his father the original bush was the head of the cia he's the old guard the the father bush the first bush member of the movie the good shepherd raise your hand you kind of remember it was a great movie matt damon was in it and there was a great telling line and then it was about the the forming of the original formation of the cia going all the way back the oss and there's a great great passage was written by some of the brightest screenwriter's in hollywood history i hope they're still around she's a great telling a argument or discussion between the joe pesky italian character and the matt damon old guard anglosaxon establishment character and pesky says to him something along the lines the jews have their religion the black people have their music or something like that he said but what are you people at meaning the wasps and the matt damon character says the nation that said at all fanie and they're still is an old guard of this country that does run the nation god knows where they are who they are how they are you can't mis characterize all of them as the deep state of the swamp you just can't do it you'll be wrong to over a generalize about some of these loyal as it's who have been in power and their families have been in power since the mayflower don't underestimate them either but i'm not so sure that bush junior was really from the right stuff by the way i think his father was closer to the.

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"caradoc" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"To hit the streets to go score something in the middle of the night than chances are you might stay away from it our last group symbol seventeenhundred women murdered per year usually as the result of domestic violence so that's where some of them are the number stan excuse me suzy bob bob hang on fred your first ty you're on wbt what's up i i won't comment about vegas about care package now the moto okay um um and they're they're so mary entertainment incompetent they really don't pay attention last november murska caradoc king boxes the mertz here's knepper march merchandise i mean look at the end of as a codeword for something but i mean so they do voters people day uh if you're cared up to euro no no i don't think so and the i don't know that only that's the way to go in at once again this is a it's something that you come up with afterwards you know it's uh you know the the spyders already set up the web the flies have been caught so what do you do at this point in time the bad guys if they want to go into a hotel the figure out a way that it will figure out a way around that i would be like guess let's go to a bobbehead bob you're on wbt hey good morning good y people especially women should we allow have gotten if they want it new york city new york times guy got out of microcredit in yesterday course holding his girlfriend iran murder well now guy secondment purity about for years ago near the great state uh woman would be threatened a lot by exboyfriend require a bit we could include you can cure carried that they now and pollution request in ankara one day stanford after dr white and black with new jersey to permit emailed state ordered.

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"caradoc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We've been working feverishly to get out areas the get contact information back home in the family let them know that we are here we have been here and we are hater to get an that information take care of the people here in puerto rico president trump has come under criticism for not acting quickly enough to assist those in puerto rico with a september thirty deadline to deliver on promises or repealing the affordable care act it looks like the votes are not there for republicans senator susan collins of maine is the latest defectors saying the process being used is not the way to approach an import in complex issue senate majority leader mitch mcconnell just spoke about healthcare on the senate floor we've act the american people deserve a better way forward wide were charter more power from the federal government both or american actually look at allowing for reform for lower call from improve caradoc floyd moving beyond the growing failure of federal law although barker while the nfl protests continue and so do the tweets from president trump before last night's game the dallas cowboys nailed it midfield with owner jerry jones in a show of unity before the anthem president trump made note in a tweet there was broad booming but then said kneeling before the anthem showed some progress global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm nancy lyons this is a bloomberg market minute stocks are higher this morning with technology shares shaking off yesterday slide the nasdaq one hundred index climbing at the open taking back some of monday's one point one percent decline at what facts chief executive officer richard smith has stepped down he's joined other senior managers who left the credit reporting company in the wake of an uproar over the theft of data of one hundred forty three million americans olive gardens comeback showed signs of cooling last quarter punishing shares of parentcompany darden restaurants the italian restaurants quarterly sales growth missed wall street estimates for the first time in a year raising concerns that it three your turn around me the.

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"caradoc" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on WEEI

"For for for over over that voted for the team i mean so where you're going to spend money on some backup guarded for money oughta got you gotta fire if you don't have a quarterback you're not at a good and we know there peyton manning and i'm a crane garoppolo very but peyton manning put a water guy from a hall of fame because he's so great he covered a water trim to cream a quarterback and that's what you have you don't have it you can't go anywhere you get the feeling bill loves of and that's why i mean because he could have gotten a boatload in this off season mic guys really good i don't break the question of who loved you are item iv further wire year garoppolo that good choir frame it tom brady nobert different foul acquired but jimmy's are good choir and will be a good and across starter in the nfl when he gets to drop triggered i wouldn't trade him to me what am i going to get a first round pick restraint traded brandin cooks where ryan ram truck the backup prepared what paco i don't know every pick turns into a choir is that worker regret will remake fan you get a picking a low thirty four starting quarterback it doesn't make sense permit we'll yielding to mike is it idle of the value be any higher than it was last year with all the quarterbacks in a free agency this new guys coming out of college and i don't think he'd be able to get all that much for jimmy our record wild congree quarterbacks that i think a lot of caught college quarterback for come out the question mark that you have to have about a mother seven on seven quarterbacks or the nfl quarterback college game 7 on sevengame they stand back where they read one or recalled the ball it is not a lot of rhythm to what they're doing it harder by caradoc near you look good last week career tom demere on fabric quarterback when the game speech sucked can they do that it's a hard game college football the pro baltimore yes but they're not part or your throat fathers not read it out but waited it booker shot what he quite two great games against alabama last right again it was a very simplistic in he wasn't as comfortable as they needed to be it.

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"caradoc" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Other point was on a judge you know i if a little crazy for me i don't think we could ever ever conceived a baseball player who would lead the league in boat walk and strike out i could walk through the paramount of occasion better yet you wouldn't expect him to also be leaking strikeouts the e or can oxymoron like that uh what what the wear caradoc the site you know how how can be so good i am getting on base but also he strikes out every other it back yeah he is like the definition of the modern day days player in two thousand seventeen that's would ease gms awoken for they will confer guys will get on base they will confer guys who hit home runs and they're going to be willing to accept the strikeouts now aaron judged with the ways play in the second half can't found him he hasn't been very good he's leaving a tunnel runners on base his it bat against addison read friday night's game was a killer everybody's going to talk about the yankee bullpen blowing it threerun lead but with the bases loaded in one out in a seventhinning at fenway park daddy's way where you can put that game on ice yogi berra judge to hit the ball the green monster sacked fly base it would do the trick swung the ball four chuck swinging sure enough the red sox counter four in the bottom half of the seven judge is going to work through this but the yankees are trying to win games in the process he's gonna play every day we know that but it's the next move for joe girardi when some of these guys come back dropping him in the order could easily said franklin new jersey danny danny you're on a fan with crowder y'all up daniels got on that are critical were more dolphins and i'm gonna go with our partner and her was due to say out more hope with the dolphins issue this year that you do with the mets solidified of divides through the.

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"caradoc" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"caradoc" Discussed on WLAC

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