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"dash man " Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Via email. So hit me up whenever you want as usual. We've got a ton. To talk about today, some actual football, related news the raiders are in the building. Finally, we're GonNa talk all about that before we do just got to say that we are presented by favors shot and deal dash man you gotta get a you gotta get a cheater soft. So some really not so insignificant news for the raiders this week they were able to get. Through last week and a half or so the first phase of Covid, nineteen testing all ninety of their players were tested. Ninety ish players were tested only one positive result in all of our thoughts and prayers go out to devante booker. The raiders signed him as a free agent from the Denver Broncos during the off season. He now goes into temporary cove in nineteen. Injuries on the temporary injured reserve designated for Covid nineteen players. You can do that as many times as you need during the course of the season it doesn't count against your regular. Rosser. He's now in quarantine it could be up to ten days from when he tested positive which I'm presuming was either Tuesday or Wednesday of last week ten days or so until he can. Be Ready to to come back. So again, thoughts and prayers to devante booker but other than that the raiders got through this process prote- well, and you can't take that for granted. You look at the numbers that are spiking across the United States some of the numbers in the NFL, there's some players that are dealing with covid nineteen more than others So you don't take it for granted whatsoever, and you know we're saying that from a life perspective, not just a football perspective, but from Matt Football Perspective, it's really important especially with the raiders this is really young team I talked to Jon Gruden about this during the off season. and he understood the reasons why players couldn't be in the building and our couldn't be any many camps and Ota's and all that. Obviously, we're dealing with the pandemic across the country across the world. So he understood it but from him, the.
"dash man " Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"You're on the court but you could have gone to a thought you might go oh to pay pal which also would put you in twenty nineteen so it's well hold. I got post meets on my phone. Now i could order stuff door dash man. I'm excited man. I got bin is then mo then my door. Dash is post me and all that stuff man i i. I tell you what what tell you what i've been doing this amazon saying man you know an amazon you can order anything in the world comes to your house the next day. It's awesome gossip columbus. You just saw the new world gus congratulate bhakti. I'm out of the dark ages deitz gusts for you <music> a given that you've called. I mean so many sports bass you know n._b._a. We mentioned college football college basketball international global soccer kc speaking at college football. What are the challenges unique to call in college football us. What specifically is challenging about that sport well. What's really really challenging about college football unlike the in the n._f._l. That has a fifty three man roster college football. We have a hundred guys on each team with double. Numbers numbers and number five can be playing running back the number five could be planned defensive tackle so that kind of challenging the pain pain in the butt sometimes because the coaches have so many players sometimes they forget and all of a sudden you know joel and i'll be up there calling the game and here comes number eighty nine and <hes> onto the field making plays. We don't have an eighty nine on the depth chart on the roster not even in the <hes> press guy so you get a little ooh jittery. Sometimes we don't know but you just don't know sometimes. We even have to go on the air when that happened to say hey they. The coaches didn't talk to us about number eighty nine dan <hes> trubisky and i'm sorry did we didn't know about them but nobody told us so. Bill schneider didn't tell us about eighty nine nine and i think that's one of the big challenges. Sometimes we're also stadiums because some of these stadiums sit eighty ninety to one hundred two thousand people were really really really up on a high perch like a sixteen seventeen story building and with some of these new uniforms they can be hard to see the numbers six. Look like a five and look like at eight and you know so that's that's kind of difficult sometimes but all in all i think yeah <hes> it's a pretty seamless process because i want to ask you about social media because you have a twitter account but you have not tweeted at least as i'm looking at this since may twenty fifth twenty twelve so you are. You are clearly not active on that and i wonder at least active putting out stuff and i wonder it. Is that an intentional choice and if so what what is your thinking behind that i'm just too old for all that stuff man. I don't have time. I'm for social media. I don't i don't feel like it i don't i don't think anybody's interested in knowing what i think and seeing what i see is just my whole goal when i'm not working enough spending time with my family is to be able to hit a five iron one hundred in eighty five yards to a spot. That's what i want to focus on because <hes> i'm plugged in enough and when i'm not working i want to unplug so i kind of like being in my little matrix. I'm not taking that blue pill. I take the red pill all day long. The red pill didn't that keep you in the ray tricks. I believe so i just wanna just just be live and not have so many things think about or listen to people's opinions or even offer mine because i don't think anybody really cares so i leave the social media i leave the social. Oh shoot media to the young cats man. I think that's that's that's for them it. It brings up a point gus and that is you know <hes> social. Media is a place where people blown sports. Sometimes we'll discuss social issues race politics <hes>. I know you're well aware that e._s._p._n..
"dash man " Discussed on WGN Radio
"Amount of data that they have to pull together just just pick a route deriding the vehicle and, you know, we get a car we off the exit we go, where we go without any of that stuff. John, I've mentioned this before with my GPS system when I'm on lower Wacker. It's always incorrect, because it's reading upper Wacker, and it'll tell me bake turns into what is a brick wall, it's done, every time a signal when it's below ground like that, right. Get a signal, but it reads upper Wacker when I'm. On lower. So my fear is if that was the same technology that was telling the car, where to go, and not me that the car would listen to it, and then drive into the wall, the car would be responsible. Oh. Solace in that. I hope I do hope that they figure out the distinction between upper and lower. But the way they have described it is the math that you and I see on our phones, or the on the on the in dash man is nothing like the map that the car actually uses, which is, you know, tens to hundreds of times more details. Yeah. They're talking about going from. We can we, we know we're where we are in the world and on the street by a factor of several feet to a factor of several centimeters. And so, yeah, it's, it's going to have to contend with things like that, because that's not okay right at cars driving. And it's got a map that can't distinguish between upper and lower. Yeah. That's a problem. When are they looking at this realistically, being thing? Is it tomorrow, tomorrow? Giving street near you. No. It's a cheese. The guesses are all over the map, you know, one of the one of the points in the story the other day, which which was kind of entertaining, was the guy whose neck deep in this thing said, well, you know, just few years ago, people were saying twenty nine hundred is going to be the year. We're going to have semi autonomous vehicles hit some level in twenty twenty so I think realistically, Mike. My guess would be it'd be a decade before, you'd actually see, you know, true driverless of vehicles on anywhere, in my guess, is, you know, that's going to happen with either trucks, you know, long haul over the road, trucks, or cabs or buses or trains or something like that. I yeah. Where you have predictable routes. You know, controlled that makes a whole lot more sense. I think as a man, you know, driverless pot in your neighbor's driveway. Yeah. Thinking, that's not happening anytime soon. All right. Good. Sometimes, you know, here's a bedroom. You're going somewhere and you want to have a cocktail and you're in the back seat. I wonder how that's gonna work too, because I'm not driving. So, right. Again, you know once once you're not at the wheel, I guess the car is liable. Yeah. That's an area. Frankly, I think that, Hugh, you might see some real benefits he know again, it's I agree, having people falling asleep the wheel people being impaired, for whatever reason know it may be preventing a whole bunch of what we think of, as preventable crabs than having, you know, everybody being being whizzed around, you know, by driverless vehicle. You know, some I think it's much more. There's just really good highly assisted, you know, saving you from yourself, sort of thing. It's all I can't lock brakes, right? Yeah. I came around and be like what and I distinctly remember when this first came out with the covering the police beat. And after they've racked up about eight brand new squad cars. They closed down the road for about three hours, one night and ran everybody. Every cop through drivers testing the first time they had gotten cars with antilock brake, and what you were trained to do in a panic. Stop was pumped pump the brakes pump the brakes defeat and locked, so it's that kind of thing, right? But now would you would you buy vehicle without analog? Sure, you can, you can pray. We are short on time, here, it was really interesting talking to you about this and keep us posted. If you do a second trip on this, or just one that has no person there because we'd like to talk to you. If you live. Hoping I come back our fingers crossed John. Thank you. The still breathing Sean technology reporter and blogger over in Chicago. We'll take a break and get you, some news. It's Bill and Wendy on WGN business decisions require, the latest business Intel plan on a noontime briefing with the wintrust business lunch. I'm Steve Bertrand sodas all this tariff talk increase avacado traffic.
"dash man " Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
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"dash man " Discussed on Ringer FC
"I will back Premier League is also back this weekend. The big match. We mentioned it earlier. Chelsea hosts Manchester United because that's the biggie. What do you guys think is going to happen. Waddles. Nothing to. There's. There's nothing more that you can expect the wobbles on United's part had this at this juncture hazard verses, whoever the hell you guys are riding out on the right side is a really scary proposition. Yeah. Hopefully we'll see the Portuguese. Oh, what's his name? Go, yeah, the low. He's played like what? Two games? The tenant he played well and then just well, he well, he played one. You played that one champions fixture against young boys was good, and then. That's of the entire season tech. Yeah. I guess it was against young boys. Yeah. It was against young boys. Exactly. And there was that one highlight of him kind of misplacing a touch, but then recovering it on a on a sprint. And then you know, white whipping ball until the box and everybody just like, whoa masterclass, not really. But at the same time, I'd like would like to see. More of him? Yes. Before we record. Again, United are going to be welcoming. Cristiano Renaldo back to Old Trafford excited about that. Michael. That's going to be a good one. You know that like maybe a couple of like baby of a couple of months ago that might have been an interesting prospect now I'm just filled with existential dread about it. Nothing about nothing about that. Entire situation is going to be anything of the complicated. Is that because of the state of United is that because of stays around Rinaldi state of Rinaldo state of Rinaldo the state of United State of the world. A lot of existential dread everywhere. It's the wizard of loneliness over here. The rest of the, it's kind of a nothing burger week of matches. Besides that, Chelsea United clash. We have borne with in Southampton Cardiff against Fulham. I'm interested in Cardiff versus fall for what reason. Because I think foam like plays the style where they try to possess the ball ton. And as we saw against arsenal, they just get punted into the sun by more talented teams, but fear in theory, they should be able to dominate Cardiff, and that's kind of the equation of foam staying up and that they should be able to beat a lot of the bottom of the league team. So I think if you must win for them, if you see foam struggle against Cardiff, it's is not a good sign. I think Lester arsenal should be fun. Those games usually. Good. Yeah, that's on a Monday. Actually. How do you feel about Liverpool traveling to Huddersfield town with limping, limping. Lim, limping Huddersfield town. I'm not worried about it. Huntersville fields, terrible. It's my main take on that. West Ham Spurs is a London derby, West Ham's looked a little better recently since they, I wish they didn't lose to Brighton because they were looking so good and and then they just they played bad. They've somehow the midfield of Declan rice, Pedro obeying, and Mark noble has sort of steadied the ship there. I don't really know what that means, but don't sleep one more noble more nobles. Good. You know, who's good fleet by Anderson. These very good. I love that guy. He's very good. He's definitely not long for west hand are none of it just played really well again, actually shut up only also. He also scored in the international break for Austria, which wolves your they in be league. One of them wolves. What for anyone? That's the seventh place team against the ninth place team. So it's an above. Mid-table clash could be interesting, but they're book both kind of making their bills on being good defensive teams. So could also be super boring, but I made the possibility of Adama try Oray. Getting getting to the seventy third better than destroying somebody's legs. Pep versus English as Sean dash man city versus Burnley. I mean games are always fast because it's the exact opposite teams playing each other. And it seems like there's the danger of at least one city player breaking his leg. You know the, you're likely that learn something about the ways in which man cities attack and be. I don't know mitigated shore, but I you fully expect to win that they did draw. The second came last year so that there's that true. All right guys. So that's the Premier League weekend ahead. And finally, we come to an announcement about the show a very sad one..
"dash man " Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Our affiliates, and our listeners that we have pre feeds and every single night during the week when the programs on. Matter. In fact, I think we'd do it on the weekend too. But every night we. Pre feed three hours of the previous night show. The sound thinking here that people couldn't stay up that late. And so, you know, they lost a lot of the previous night show, and it has been working out. Really well, ratings wise for those days stations across country and elsewhere that have begun to show an hour or two or three early in the evening, really really works out because the shows generally flow into each other. And it just simply makes sense to the audience now. Speaking of flow. Wasn't last night. Interesting. Was it? One of the more interesting times you've ever had the opportunity. To see what Hollywood does with the story. And then particularly when it is the focus on one person's life major motion picture on patch Adams life, and then have an opportunity to hear the person for real. Isn't that interesting? I mean, you should really punter on that for a while. I certainly have absolutely fascinating. Well, the power's going out went out again today in California ports, large parts of California. And now they're talking about turning off the power. To the plants that are the refineries. You know, that are turning out whatever it is the various products that refineries turn out diesel number two gasoline, whatever all they turn out there. They're talking about turning off the power to these places to and I watch some interviews on CNN some of the operators, and they said maybe two or three days to get back in operation after something like that. So this is going to become this is going to start start feed on itself. As. Power goes off to refineries and they do have a Bill. They're trying to get through to save the refineries. So they don't go off. But if they do go off it's going to obviously feed on itself. Less. Energy more demand equals, more blackouts. Obviously, right. So what's going on in California? We'll go on again, they say tomorrow, it's very very serious. And we are in the middle of the I just little heatwave of the coming summer. It's going to get a lot worse. And as they click on the air conditioners as predicted in California. I told you that would happen. The blackouts would begin to get very serious, and they are. And if they start shutting I thought boy turning off refineries. Maybe not a good idea. What do you think? All right now at the beginning of this hour, I want you to listen, very carefully. We're going to have Neil slate on next hour, and we're going to be talking about the human brain. Now, listen to me, very carefully because you're not probably going to get to see this in the second hour. I well, I don't know. Maybe you will we have boy do we have some servers. I'll tell you. That's it. Art. Brag on 'em and watch him go down. Neil has brought with him. Of video the likes of which you probably have never seen before. Or maybe some lucky few of you have seen something like this. It's a news crew. Covering man. Who's got a connection to his? I can I can never say that. Not part of the brain. That Neil frequently talks about. A middle there. It is. Thank you. Magdala? I can never never never been able to get my mind Hani all around that word. Magdala? Anyway, he's got a wire hooked up and. It shows what the news crew that's going through this goes through themselves the fell on camera and then the sound man. As they're filming this incredible event. The sound guy. And that guy in the story are getting shocks from touching. This man, shocks, electrical shocks. That's only the first part of this video its video with sound. By the way, I'm about to tell you how to get to it. And you need to go to it early before Neal slave gets here. The real blow away comes toward the end toward the end. This man explains about the energy being created how powerful it is. And also how dangerous it is. It's it could be obviously a very dangerous if you can heal with it you can kill with it. And he takes a newspaper out onto the sidewalk. And. A without at the end each crumples it up without at the end touching it with his hands at all. You'll see the newspaper begin to smoke and burst into flames man holds his hand. What would you say? Eight or ten inches above the newspaper open hands and the newspaper turns Brown. Begin smoking and bursts into flames and all all of this was covered by a camera crew. And it's very clear now you're going to you're going to have to be the judge of what you're seeing yourself. But this is one mother of an amazing video. How do you get to it? You go to art bell dot com by website. You click on what's known you. Click on program. You click on tonight's guest invo-. You you will see mmediately the name Neil slave just scroll down a little bit. And then you will see the first item at the top is what you want right now. Hopefully, we have the servers to dish out to you. And I think we do you'll see entitled real video fire brain dash man, high-speed low-speed, we've got a high speed high quality version of this up there. And we've got a lower speed lower quality version of this up there. For those of you that are able or if you can afford, the weight, I recommend the high-speed version if you can't do it the lower speed one is there either way this you've got to see this. You really got to see this. I have never seen anything like it in my life. And of course, it relates exactly to what Neil Slade is going to be talking about next to our. Oh, my it's absolutely amazing. So next hour Neil will be along to talk about actually all kinds of things. We've got to quite a few things on our list, for example. Neil is now saying that he believes we have a second brain. A second brain. Yes. One here in in the old noggin, but we have another brain somewhere else in our body. No jokes here. Please. Where do you think the other brain is? Oh, I just realized what foolish answers I'm going to get. From a lot of you. So leave them out. I can hear the jokes. In fact, I've already made up three as I've been sitting here thinking about it. I wonder if I'll be able to resist. We'd better ask the question fast. When we get Neil on. Set everything else at rest and then a third very popular category. Neil's been into lately I hear. Brain love chemicals. And the ever popular one one our brain orgasm. He calls her brain Gazprom. All are in the brain right anyway. We'll talk about all of that. And of course, the now infamous famous or infamous, depending on how you look at it experiments that we did using mass numbers of brains in the audience. But again, you have never in your life seen anything like this that we've done on the website tonight. That's where the point or the wire is connected to the man's head. And then the rest of it. So it's it's beyond all reason. And in less, you conclude it's some kind of magician's trick. And I don't think it is. Then. You must join me, and so many others in the audience in beginning to understand that we are. So very much more than we appear to be pile of chemicals worth X number of dollars with inflation. I don't know what we're the human body is worth these days. But. We're more than that. We're a lot more than that. And that's what this video shows. And it's nice to have this level of proof. Where no, of course, the there will inevitably be people around who will say, it's some kind of magician's trick. It's got to be. And that's what the human mind tends to do it tends to relegate to magic anything that. It doesn't fully understand. If if it's too amazing to be true. Then it's magic for some people. Other people understand this is real and can be done. Either way. It will stunned you, and my guess is you will want.
"dash man " Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That i appreciate it the democrats don't know what kind of can of worms there opening up because i was doing some research on on if the army i knew he had a mistress but i didn't realize how many he had and the poor suffering first lady eleanor my goodness again extremely popular first lady and she wasn't particularly attractive in her own one of our own family member of mother or father told her she wasn't very attractive she had she had to use her brain she always felt insecure and she marries this young handsome dashing man if they are and he promptly begins to have other relationships fdr jfk we've talked about many times by the way do you know he was married before he married jackie and his father had the marriage annulled oh yeah check it out he also suffered from something called addison's disease which is potentially fatal which he did not reveal to the country had to reveal to reveal to the country he probably would not have been elected and we talked about all the affairs robert kennedy's friend richard goodwin about bobby said well it's kennedy tradition to have affairs and he said that bobby was a lot more selective and secretive about it his brother and i've told you many times article that i read in gentlemen quarterly call a sober look at ted kennedy nine hundred ninety this is while he's still in the senate and i'm telling you honestly i remember reading the article and i said to myself when this when i finished the article he's going to resign i think it's gonna be a matter of days i hadn't watched a new i just read the article and i went wow oh oh i must have take a shower after i read it not only did he not resign but when he died with his boots on because he never did retire he was called but lion of the senate or the conscience of the senate kathy still there are number two in westchester new york cathy you're on the larry elder show hi how are you.
"dash man " Discussed on First Draft
"To to be a good pass rusher early in his career and hopefully for his sake develop into a a more consistent all around player but he put up some really explosive numbers mel moneymakers in the secondary i realize a couple of them are still running but we have a lot of times i know there's guises solidified their stock like a denzel ward going four three two who from these corners and safety is a bunch of guys ran pretty fast who who actively moved up a little bit on that keiper big board walikale you'll get that we thought he could any did as giro exander from local under four four had the injury this year but when he was healthy was really good player can help you in the return game ihi euro alexander fda for it under four four athletic corner from alabama solidified his position at least is going to get in that second round discussion josh jackson he was kind of like lorenzo carter in terms that four or five five for carter was a number you probably would have put four or five eight on jackson 455 where he runs four four nine four or five six out of iowa with his length his duck shen i think he'll get his remain where he was in a chicane griffin we got to talk about todd the versatile versatility as griffin great story wall know that but to run 438 same mrs brother did last year fired of that forty yard dash man unbelievable theor 230 is brothers 194 around the same forty four three eight twenty rats i mean it it you want him on your team we were thinking eighty six seventh round todd in the fourth round could you pass them up.
"dash man " Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
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"dash man " Discussed on Easily Offended
"Well let's talk about what you got going on no because trailer jehlum yes well everybody out there you know the dane dash man um i'm i'm i have a movie starring and it's called on a rupp aid scheduled to be released in a theaters i'm super super excited about that on february sixteen no through lionsgate um dash studios and um you know it's it's me jam wrong uh og dan you small business uh uh swore raise is is is a is a much uh will lead dole games cousin no you know i'm not saying that that persons name you know what i mean that's his family in all of that all boy dome yeah yeah mid dave dame pulled issued all man i'm like wow and you know this is one of them up first like like i've been in movies before right but they will always know the roads railways minimal what this is my first leg lead role so you know i'm i'm really excited about dead colleague west is the executive producer as crazy so make sure you keep that on your radars man is called on iraq uh has introduced a film before this is first feature film on out whom connie uh not i'm i'm not to shore it'd be honest which i've i mean i don't i didn't get into none of that like i'm not gonna sit in at length let's go million conde is shopping ended up in you know what i mean that's dame people's they work that out so cool with it but is built to have his name attached yeah yeah sure sure you know he's seen it shut out the tmz you know i appreciate the love you know they they they put up a pulse because they had a prescreening at a danes house tmz nice end um you know they gave me a shot out like uh you know moldable kills it in this film so they're going to be a new york screen.
"dash man " Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Seventy seventy six i on i i do think she says no she wants to give the a six baht if they develop an effective male sex pont to her daughter as a college graduation president she says preferably one who can do the dishes and guard the door so is she giving up on her daughter having a meaningful relationship with say a husband she says and yes i do think women could get spoiled by dashing men bots their standards might go up they might even be lost to the dating pool together like what's already happened with some japanese men a she's talking about jemis men who use machines would that be such a bad thing in the hashtag me to wage i feel like raising standards is quite reasonable it's called in fact make the men compete it's the dating equivalent of having free state colleges lower tuition rates everywhere um i think it's silly because one of the things that this piece does it ignores the fundamental difference between men and women and attitudes toward sexuality and it's not true of every man is not true of every woman but it is generally true and it's one of those differences that is very core the old stereotype is that men will use intimacy in order to get sex and women will use sex in order to get intimacy the whether that is true in every case and no it's not true in every case obviously however i i do think that women as in general are more likely to require the kind of emotional connection sometimes romantic connection even spiritual connection that machines are going to find a very tough to provide is it more common for men to uh look for more simplistic satisfactions well you know the answer that question if you're a man uh let's go and probably if you're a woman let's go to ryan in bellevue washington one eight hundred nine five.
"dash man " Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"Blood on world on is still bit over here toasted you i love the he is due june guy all right so you can guess three more puzzled three more points of view named three more herbert guy tell joints emme needs more socket soon the armed as a little bad lieutenant two more coma it's melta oh oh the one with thing where he's no way out is no way out okay oh i don't know you got kicked off a pacalypse now you'll have a third one well i will in a minute it's probably not on there 'cause you know obscure nisar went on fucking the movie that she'll be oh pulp fiction okay they won yup his numbertwo court i am de be is the grand budapest hotel and then uh i apologise number twos bad through tenants you get a point for that then grand budapest and finally pulp fiction so that is two more bonus points ruin guy own in the lead now with a total of three against jacobs two and thanks you thanks for joining us mike i went for the glory and i didn't it anyway this is funny because acv mentioned this and how much he loves it who's best known for starts with spdr dash man.
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"There you around for that you saw it was losing my mind because my bitcoin literally does disappeared and went to coin base now um but that transactions is vanished people don't want that kind of experience now they're out use this so anyway that's give me some dash man that's what i recommend is if you're a morning if you're merchant and you're still accepting bitcoin core ak bt see you need to be very very careful and make sure you don't ship products until you get at least one confirmation because otherwise happy as he can just revoke it and that than that was never the way bitcoin was intended that's how it is now and a lot of things about bitcoin that that are now that are in rafah what what was intended in that's another reason why support a lot of these smaller currencies of people are like oh you know what is what's your crap going this week no a lot of these currencies i support them because they've they've got new technology new ideas or they support the philosophy that i feel was originally behind cryptocurrencies of of of anonymity and secrecy and decentralisation getting the hands out of central planners in a and i support coins there that are pushing those ideas so go story here related to bitcoin from huffington post entitled the bitcoin hoax by robert massie noor or kuttner excuse me kushner the cofounder and co editor of the american prospect whenever that is he writes imagine an unholy alliance between cyber.
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"Know uh have their parents 'do going to be here somewhere or they can bring the man um but the parents are the ones that broke all in the first place on your basic question yes i would take it but with the caveat that uh goodness gracious why why should the parents or they legal guardians fee awarded uh for breaking off fact if my thought i think right now too to answer your question oh goanywhere bill berry don't don't don't just they'll just drop a comet dash man i have a conversation um there's nothing that protects them right now those illegal parents or guardians brothers sisters older cousins matvere whatever are still eligible for deportation of their found they are there still eligible if they are found in and processed and found without staff attas vacant be kicked out so hey it's a risk and it doesn't solve everything it really doesn't it doesn't solve everything villa i understand you're not the only one that called up and asked what about the parents oh also know that that school year the only when the maitre so that's the best the answer i have for you right now so that future concern i understand it i understand completely and now that we have all those concerns out in the open build you take the deal or not prepare regret the darker kid grim yes i would create could deal i went to could deal but i guess a path to citizenship for dr kids for the wall period that's it that's the deal right there take it or leave it yes or no yes i guess we got a compromise somewhere i would take it and thank goodness uh you know for what whatever people say about trump fateful thing you know who crying and he had a hell of are not more our compromise issues grandma well hold on bill before you go ahead and hurt you back bowing to him it's the democrats are standing in the way meet nunes entertaining informative local six seventy nate shelman here for heralds auto body my friend live god hit by a.
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"And also check out the great work being done it unsung dot org and being funded by dash man in different head and check out the texas big horn conference at texas picone conference dot com uh i think we pretty much cover uh all you really need to know in this episode uh but definitely go check that out teed texas bitcoin conference dot com don't worry folks if you missed the latest episodes of the crypt those show you can always catch the replay on tuesdays and fridays on bitcoin talk radio dot com as well as the latest news and the bitcoin space that's bitcoin talk radio dot com or just find him on the tune in app uh the crypto served the bitcoin show uh have with his about bitcoin and other stuff uh the threat of cryptic repair dot com news by real quick sweden's largest online stockbrokers ofand the bank as decline services vase a bank sweden's largest online stockbroker with over six hundred thousand customers is now provide a clients debility detract bitcoin another digital assets using their account interface according to co johan promo vonza customers will be able to view both bitcoin theory him holdings quote two more and more of our customers are investing in cryptocurrencies and therefore his natural that they can follow the value directly with us in quote all right let's get back we're talking about the taxes thirty otx bitcoin conference in i know we've mentioned it in a previous episodes but we haven't missed it yet what will words the location again the the locations the kenyan kenyan view event center overlooking the rolling hills of uh austin along forty one hundred spice would springs road there would be it's a very new uh very very nice uh facility on.
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"Kyrie where scary with a delightful sure um i gotta being what an a la as a great sure does it carries as i have an irrational love and devotion towards newscasters be they devastatingly handsome brian williams for not wolf blitzer zero shame i'm dang near convinced that chuck todd could be one of the world's most dashing men if only he'd lose the go t aaron can we see a picture of that oh oh la seats there's vomit bags if you need them he looks like at 5all became a man what's emily how do you feel about this i feel like he could see the future with us glass say oh that's good i really think i was on board until the spurs dairy specific example yeah so i'm going to think about it now i think i mean it's like as a concept there are a lot of people in that category have you seen a picture of young dan rather there's a here my gosh all my word like magically appearing i say it allow their why other weren't like that but it is ice cream but but yeah the chuck todd thing is what makes me go you have questionable it was tough gatx i can't be your rider to come like all the other people who tell the news all the women all of them are better like those weirdos on fox boxing they are harder is heard about that don't at at that out okay we'll emily livardo well i was going to say led but now as they going to get has has to die last one zero look who were sarah sarah sitting right next to george wow i love it let's work on some stuff later okay uh she says i used to have the biggest crush all through middle and high school on dominic monaghan okay fair their blood not as charlie from loss.
"dash man " Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"That's really cool and you know that if duty the students from the university have they ever done together to help feed the homeless intensity or do other things like uh dino help them with get documentation if they don't have any or get other kinds of assistance or give job training or anything like that i thought i know of vital after had done that i had a bunch of friends ma that actually ten university of washington me like all we should go do the sometime that was so cool of you fight i think they have it hasn't happened yet we need to get everybody on board and make it happen on the it up the absolutely roca boogied option for what that will bring my table in my dash banners and none you know maybe we can do it can of were will intersect with the homeless and the students over it get them on board with wallets or something uh that's a really good idea bureau just a hiba dash we should get a either we have some fun leftover from the currents a partnership worth maybe from a anything future we do we should get a dash of like superhero like a dad's costuming you dress up as as dass man or the dash like the flash dash man none of the bandaid what he thinks of uninhabited spandex it might look better on you that's definitely not true work just trying to embarrass me and i see right through it just like people see right through the spandex cotton was trying to make you feel better trial of through the eu will ifi if that he wants to be dashed ran i'll be a coin hide robin coin coin a better discussed the gang survived to it by or or boat robin coin also sounds like the felt like one new online tag yeah or like you're you're coin the like robbed like the other hitting that we should do a desk tostan.