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New York City bar owner who defied COVID-19 rules arrested in sting

The News & Why It Matters

01:55 min | Last month

New York City bar owner who defied COVID-19 rules arrested in sting

"Next public house at that bar in new york that declared itself autonomous zone so that they didn't have to abide by governor cuomo's restrictions the new york city sheriff's department raided it last night they shut down the business and then they arrested one of the owners because they wouldn't abide by the regulations for the coronavirus lockdown measures to the bar. It's inside an orange zone. Which under health guidelines means this limited to offering outdoor dining and takeout and delivery services only so. They declared themselves an autonomous zone and said. Hey everything's free. We're just asking that people make donation and they basically once their liquor license was revoked. They told cuomo come and get it and they called De blasios bozo. They say you know. Hey dubose oh come down here and you take off our wall. Well the owner got arrested. the new york post added. His name is his last name is prestige. He's expected to be released from the sheriff's office with a desk appearance ticket. It's still really unclear what charges he faces the order they were given simply says they need to cease and desist nowhere. Nowhere there was an arrest warrant nothing about arresting anyone on their own private property. It's a really confusing situation. But what are your thoughts on the sheriff's department rating this bar. In first place start making a mandate make laws can make all kinds of things. charges And then we're starting to see that. This is where i started to see. We talked about defunding. The police the beginning of the show. This is where. I started to see people being There really are violating what that badge stands for. Because it's a place of authority when you start abusing that authority you start get on some dangerous ground and so You know. Good for the owner of max. The owners of max for standing up for themselves and doing what they do good for them. I know that there's calls for protests in the streets in defense of them They're called for thousands of people to be out from a max you know this afternoon. I hope people show up

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"dubose" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"dubose" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Please send us what what are they say? On Facebook thoughts and prayers or better, yet, ice cubes, or those. Did you ever have those, those little popsicles that came in the plastic tubes when you were a kid? Yes. Or some of those I'm burning up so much. No. The sun is my ancient nemesis. And I I'm I'm considering ice pops as treatments it really is hot town summer in the city back on my neck feeling. Cou cat kid will Geneva, recalled rule the city all around the people who can have to. Auto then a match. Oh, going to get sued by that town. Artists to, I doubt I doubt it. But that is that is stone cold jam or hellishly hot day. So assuming that assuming that the studio doesn't melt into one interminable mass of plastic feces, that's volatile organic compounds chemicals, aka the basis of new car smell. Well, we'll slowly kill you along with organic matter and mortar Lee will successfully finish this episode. This is a story that encounters as we said, so many different conspiratorial threads, and while you're listening, we would like to invite you to participate with us in pseudo real time. I mean, time itself is pseudo thing anyway, right? Yes. So if the mood strikes youth the spirit so moves you as you are. Joining us today. A don't hesitate to feel like you have to wait till the end to write a snail mail, you can go ahead and just give us a call. We are one eight three three. S. T D W wine TK. And if you're like one of our listeners that we casually mentioned at the end of the show, and I must say in a way that I knew that only this listener would understand that I was talking to her you will, then leave six more messages over the weekend. As she. So please feel free to reach out of any kind of questions any kind of statements, especially if you come up with something as we're talking about this episode. Yes, please. So let us begin to paraphrase on Dubose Eck behind every great fortune. There is a great crime. It's a thought that we've we've encountered multiple times, and then you have probably encountered in your own life and any variety of fronts. The concept here is that one cannot regardless of time and space, one cannot reach regardless of time and space a certain threshold of financial success, without somehow purposely, or unwittingly gaining some part of that fortune through criminal acts. And it's not it isn't necessarily criminal acts of that person leg gaining that wealth because that wealth, then many times has handed down, right. Perhaps it's a criminal act that you're grandpar-. So your great grandparents were even further back committed. Right. Right. So it's, it's a known fact for instance, that there are people in the world who still enjoy the benefits, their ancestors, reaped from things like the slave trade or colonialism, there's also another case to be if we want to make a case about people who are unwittingly, perhaps profiting for this. We could look at a Silicon Valley and the technocrats who live, there profiting off of the backbreaking, human rights abuses involved in the mining industry training, things they need to make their chips, right? Right, right. One way or the other. And this quickly descends into a very sticky philosophical conversation. Are you or I if we own a smartphone? We also benefiting from this, the answer is more or less. Yes. But in this case. We're talking about the people who become millionaires multimillionaires billionaires in the pursuit of these of these ambitions, right? Yes..

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"dubose" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"dubose" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Took to the general by himself to general with his chief of staff Thomas J Dubose, and two of Jesse Marcel. And. So the press release is debunked by saying it was a weather balloon was a weather balloon common weather balloon rubber, and tin foil, radar target end of story, the press dropped the story like a lead balloon, and that was the end of it. Those days, you believe everything the government handed out to you. Absolutely absolutely. It just one World War Two George. We just want to our military was at its highest peak of admiration, having defeated the access powers and everything they said tended to be believed. And that's story ended on July nine when July ten and eleven they had a few demonstrations of balloon launches. The number of bases around the country, just to show people that this is what it was folks. They would launch a weather balloon which in Roswell they launched a couple every day. So everybody was familiar with them. And the problem was though, George that the surrounding ranchers in the number of number people got got to the crash sites and saw the wreckage and more importantly, the little bodies with the big heads. Exactly. And then I remember STAN telling me about the Dennis the attorney, I mean, the mortician, yes. Glenn Dennis was his name. Right. Yes. In that he was told, we need several small little caskets. Yes. That story has been confirmed by us that from people at the time, of course they're all going now, but we've been on this case, a quarter of a century, and we interview. Those people to said, yes, I, you know, I remember Glenn, Dennis telling me at the time he thought he got this curious phone call from the airbase wanting to know if they had any child size caskets, and he said, well, he had one on stock, like get a few more from Morello, Texas, which he did. And that story is absolutely true. But we, we of course, Glenn told us that, but we also corroborated with other witnesses. Absolutely. That's an amazing research that you, Don Schmid did Tom and it's just in. Let me ask you bluntly with a minute to go is something still happening at Wright Patterson. No, not anymore. They cleaned it a lot. What, what did they do with the bodies and the wreckage and everything that they flew there? Now, we heard from people who were at Wright Patterson that the, the all that stuff because, you know, it was becoming too known if people were starting to say right Patterson, isn't that? We're hangar eighteen is that cetera cetera. And also Dayton, oh, the town of Dayton with just too big now. And so all that stuff left in the early eighties. And the information we have is that it went to area, fifty one in Nevada. Okay. That may be Tom, we're going to bring in your colleagues on Schmidt now. And then we'll bring you back for phone calls with dawn at the top of the hour. Our special guest tonight, Don Schmidt, and Tom Kerry, I'm talking with Tom right now. Their book is called UFO secrets inside. Right. Patterson in a moment. Don schmidt. Join just to talk more about what's going on and Wright Patterson. What happened there? What's happening? Area, fifty one we'll be back in a moment on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives.

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"dubose" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"dubose" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"He's not in the book. The movie scout is the protagonist has to be flawed. Protagonists has to change and. So what I did do was like I said instead of having the answers, he wrestles with the questions, he believes that there is goodness in everyone, and he excuses Bob Buell's racism by saying while he just lost his WPA job, excuse. Mrs Dubose is racism by saying, well, she just stopped taking her morphine excuses may comes array says this is the deep south, you gotta understand things just happen, slower here, gotta give time give him time they'll come around, and he says, these are all good people. Sure some of them may be stuck in the old ways. But none of them are so far gone that they would send it obviously innocent man to the electric chair, and he will discover throughout the play that, that he's wrong. That he doesn't know his friends and neighbors as well as he thought and he doesn't know the death. Of how deeply rooted, the, the racism, I is in these people, and I think that, that same journey that, that, that discovery is something, a lot of us went through in the last few years. You know, at the same time that I was wrestling with Atticus belief that there's goodness can be found in everyone, if you just crawl around inside their skin, Donald Trump was saying that there were fine people on both sides. Now, obviously this to sentiments are coming from two different places, but they, they kind of adding up to the same thing, and I was troubled by that. And so that for me was part of Attica ses rival Lucien, but he does end up in a place of, you know, a call to action, I should know by the way that the nominations for best lead actor for Jeff.

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Inside Aaron Sorkin's 'Mockingbird' story

The Frame

07:22 min | 1 year ago

Inside Aaron Sorkin's 'Mockingbird' story

"Playwright and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin says he was eager to adapt. Harper Lee's to kill a Mockingbird for Broadway. But he still had some serious. Reservations about the job. I said yes, knowing really it was a suicide mission because people have a very special relationship to the novel. And it's a great book. What could I do but make it less than than what it was? And the acting future of Jesse smollet is still unknown. But his character on empire just made TV history all that up on the frame. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn when Tony nominations are revealed next week to kill a Mockingbird will likely get a lot of attention almost certainly for Jeff Daniels who plays Atticus Finch, but the adaptation by earned Sorkin was far from easy. Scott Rudin secured, the rights to the patient and got Harper Lee's personal approval of Sorkin. It's the playwright. But then things started to go awry following Lee's death three years ago the estate eventually sued to stop the production. We'll get to the lawsuit in a bit. But when I spoke with Sorkin about to kill a Mockingbird. He I told me why his first draft didn't work. I simply try to do. No harm. I I took the most essential scenes that you need to tell the story, and I stood them up and dramatize them and the whole thing felt like a greatest hits album done by tribute band. And I turned it in and Scott who usually at that point. Would meet with me for days and ended up with hundreds of notes to go back and do the second draft with he met with me for less than thirty minutes and gave me two notes. And the second note was the one that changed everything. What Scott said was that Atticus can't be advocates from the beginning of the play to the end of the play. He's got a change. That's what protagonist does a protagonist has a flaw protagonist put through something and changes as a result. And I thought well, of course, Scott's right? That has to be what happens in a play. I wonder how Harper Lee got away with an Abacus who's the same. At the beginning of the book is at the end of the book, how Horton Foote got away with an Atticus in the movie who's the same at the beginning of the movie is the is at the end of the movie. And that's when I realized that advocates isn't the protagonist in the novel or the movie scout is she's the one who changes her flaws that she's young and the changes that she loses someone for innocence. And while I wanted scout. And dill to remain protagonists in the play. I wanted advocates to be the central protagonist. I wanted him to be put through something. I wanted him to have a flaw on. I wanted him to change is a result. And what happened in that moment was that? I simply stopped thinking about the word adaptation that it. No longer was my goal to gently swallow the novel in bubble wrap and transfer it to a Broadway stage that I was going to write a new play taking the circumstances that Harper Lee put on the table. And that's when things started to take off. So I'm gonna ask you this. Obviously, it's a period piece. But I'm gonna talk about it's modern relevance of which there is a tremendous amount. What was happening in the world as you were adapting or reimagining, but ever we're gonna do whatever verb are gonna use to describe what you were doing with harp. Elise novel to make it a play. Yeah. Well, what was happening in the world. Was Trump was elected president Charlottesville was happening. Charlottesville became an important touchdown in this. And I'll tell you why Atticus in the in the novel. This was in thinking about what flaw can Atticus half. Does he go from being a bad lawyer to a good lawyer, a bad father to a loving father a racist believing injustice in a quality, and obviously no on all three? What I realized was that Atticus already had a flaw. Harper Lee gave him one. It's just that. When we were learning the book, we were taught that it was a virtue advocates says throughout the book that there's goodness in every single chicks, go get along better with all kinds of folks never really understand it until you consider things from his point of view. Climates out of his skin woke rounding he excuses. Bob, Buell's racism by saying the man just losses WPA job. You know, it's he excuses. Mrs Dubose is racism by she recently stopped taking her medicine or morphine. He excuses. The town's racism. This is the deep south things happen slower here, you know, give gift people time and thinking about all that at the same time at Charlottesville happened in it started. What Atticus was saying was starting to sound to me like there were fine people on both sides. Right. And that's when the bells rang, and and I was really able to kind of go from a walk to a gallop. We're talking with earned Sorkin about his ad obtain of Harper Lee's novel to kill a Mockingbird. I wanna play a scene between Atticus Finch and Tom Robinson who's been accused of raping a white woman. And the story can't tell you how to plead, but I can't. And I must give you my best advice. You won't be my lawyer. Very less thing. I won't the world be your lawyer right now negro man, what teenage girl wouldn't be going in with a win hands. But I'm compelled to defend us an officer of the court, and in that capacity of taken Salamo to give him a best council, which is that you cannot and you must not lead guilty and go to jail for a crime that you did not could not commit. So how do you figure out a way to dramatize what Atticus is going through? And how he's changing the way that he sees an excuses behavior through the play. What tricks? What are the things that you are able to do with the text and through new dialogue and putting dialogue and other characters mouse, they get you to that place where he can evolve for me, a big part of Attica ses journey in this play is going from someone who says, I know these people these are our, friends and neighbors sure some of them may be stuck in the old ways. But there are none of them that are so far gone. They would send an obviously innocent man to the electric chair, and he discovers that he doesn't know his friends and neighbors that to me does a really good job of of reflecting. I think how a lot of us no matter where you are on the political or ideological spectrum the way, a lot of us have felt these last few years that we thought we knew our fellow Americans. But we didn't we were wrong about our friends and neighbors, and that's one of the reasons why this play based on a book that sixty years old that takes place ninety years ago feels so much like today.

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"dubose" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"dubose" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Tag up by the Rhode Dubose. Zach those that goes in behind the net cycles around penalty coming up against the devils and blackout high those Zach nearside Thomas trying to toe drag in front couldn't get it. Their goalie to the bench extra man on. Here's Bosak in the slot weights. Shoot. Tyler Bosak pig. Shot with a delayed penalty. Combet Voro Boorda going the second of the blues. Take a two one lead how well Tyler Bosak a quick counter after the James Schwartz mishap missing the empty net. It's a delay called the six on the blues. Do really good job not trying to throw anything junkie to the front of the net. And they hold onto the puck. Tyler Bosak finds himself on the top of the blue line. Not normally find himself there because that's six on five. He grabs this. He sees a ton of traffic. He goes to take a slapshot a nice little pump fake. And he got Pat. Maroon all alone in front court Snyder does not be see this shot at mall Tyler that fixes mourner. He goes top glove. Just like that the blues grabbed the lead. Delayed penalty. Goal and the Saint Louis blues at Bosak two points and a ticket to one lead. Three fifty two to go in the second year comes New Jersey. He's you're out of the zone auto Blake told, and they go to the foul. Mary farside come through to Coleman. Alan gets a stick on it affect the flex up over the glass and out of play three forty to go here in the second period. Hey, getting a big tax refund. This year tax later makes tax filing fast and easy. Go to tax layer dot com and start free today. Jay Schwartz missing that this wolves moments in the game. You're like man, this can really shift the momentum of the game the really big credit to the blues here in Tyler. Getting that goal. Very timely goal. Cinco Jack to the blues. Get it in trying to get it on the back in Shan. They can't connect. Cleared by the devils through the neutral zone issues over the line on the far wing drags it in one place shoots it on Allen. I'll make this save. He covers it up.

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"dubose" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"For a fraction of a second easy to miss to date. Just a few dozen been spotted the first one reporter was in two thousand seven by Dunkin lorrimore before this. We did see flashes of radio light from these objects pulsars, which are rotating neutron stars. Except all these are in our Gallic neighborhood. They're very nearby. They don't emit too much energies, and we didn't expect to see anything from outside the galaxy. So we never looked for it. And now, we know that that exist these books, which are trillion times, brighter intrinsically then the pulsars that we know of part of the difficulty with spotting. These fast radio bursts is that many telescopes in news focus on a fairly narrow part of the sky free. Harshness colleagues have been using a special telescope in Canada too. Designed to have a wide of you. It's name is chime and to the untrained eye. It looks like a series of skateboard half pipes laid out next to each other. Stands for Canadian, hydrogen, intensity, mapping experiment. It is a new telescope out in British Columbia and chime is built for mapping the sky. So it looks at it you'd swath of the sky it and even point of time, and it is a transit absurd. Doesn't point to any particular location in this guy. It just looks at the sky overhead, and as this guy rotates, it makes a map of this guy last summer three harshness colleagues used chime to detect thirteen new foster radio bursts among the new fines one in particular, Ravi stood out. One is that Peter is only the second beating faster boost that has been discovered yet. So most foster Dubose seem to be single slashes of light. You look at the same location with a telescope for a long period of time afterwards and people have not seen anything. People have looked for hundreds of hours having repeating faster. You busters really special because you can follow it up late or you can look at it with other telescopes. Localize it very precisely? And.

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"dubose" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on WGN Radio

"They haven't beaten the Packers at home since two thousand ten but today, they can not only eliminate Aaron Rodgers from the playoffs. They can also clinch their first NFC north since two thousand ten season kickoff on the lakefront is at noon hamp OB and cause of the post game show at three here on seven twenty WGN and wgnradiOcom the bulls fought back from twenty one point deficit against San Antonio for a ninety eight ninety three win over the Spurs last night sack LeVine out at least another game with an ankle injury. Dubose next game tomorrow against Oklahoma City. Blackhawks continue their home stand tonight. They're hosting San Jose from the United Center. Spite us rush season. The hawks have taken three points in their last two games. Head coach Jeremy Colloton still thinks there's a lot of self evaluation with the team. I think what's tough is. We're just worse. We're so focused on ourselves right now. And. And trying to get our own game where it needs to be once that feels better than you can start to look outwards in. But I think we're getting there and feels good that's a little more fun. Chris Boden has tonight's pregame show beginning at five thirty. John Wiedeman and Troy Murray had the puck drop at six here on seven twenty WGN wgnradiOcom last night in the NFL Houston closed out and twenty nine twenty two victory of the New York Jets. Cleveland edged past Denver seventeen to sixteen college basketball yesterday, Illinois. Seventy three fifty five Indiana topped Butler seventy one sixty eight Michigan is sixty to seventy to sixty two win over western Michigan. Notre Dame took down Purdue eighty eight to eighty on the home of the Blackhawks with western Wildcats. And Chicago White Sox baseball. I'm Joe brand WGN sports WGN traffic.

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"dubose" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Cook if you follow me on instagram e w and you'll see you'll see really any politics you'll see a lot of cooking pictures i cook a lot not just desert i'm from louisiana so i make a lot of gumbo make jambalaya do make these fantastic cinnamon rolls spent the last half of my book is all of my kids favorite recipes my cinnamon roll recipe i make forum now the method to the madness of all of this is this gets me to the situation with chickfila this week and how jack dorsey the ceo of twitter and of square they put on twitter that he was he had been to chickfila and soledad o'brien who used to be at cnn who has been a great deal of her career talking about division and how to bring people to unity in america shamed him publicly for daring to eat at chick fillet and tonight there is a story at the huffington post the left wing cuffing dubose let me read you the headline if you really love lgbtq people you just can't keep eating chick fillet it has become a it has become a part of a secular religion a thing you cannot do it is a sin to eat at chick flayed delhi this is in striking contrast to another headline from a couple of years ago here's the headline chickfila opens on sunday to give free food to orlando shooting blood donors back in two thousand sixteen after the shooting at the gate nightclub in orlando.

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"dubose" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Everything not enough of him because the cops eventually tracked him down and he's been arrested for indecent stockings like pantyhose that go up and now all right so the wiener was onto so why is he a hooker it looks like this is how he prefers to exercise oh he goes for walks like let's get those calf muscles in shape these stiletto heels is it wrong but also no nerds i love him i know that you do some big nerves police in dubose pennsylvania got a got a call a few weeks ago from seventy five year old woman named joan vargas when they got there they found she had cuts on her head and wrist oh no she told them it was because her forty two year old son who lives with her andrew had attacked her with one of his light sabers idiot she told the cops that she wasn't sure why he he attacked her but he's denied it starting to look like yoda do a little sparring she's a seth you said his mom hid herself with the lightsaber they didn't buy it and he's been arrested for misdemeanor assault and harassment yeah don't lightsaber your mom a light saber collection and lives at home with mom at forty two good lert joan nerd alert you may have to write that on yourself we reap what we so you might wanna throw that boy out sorry late grown man out to.

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"dubose" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Just like whatever if you had a ten song album just be whatever ten pieces of shit i kind of we should try to make a scott album i so till great idea make do with these two mice put it you can make a lot of money a lot of money scott the album maybe we get open for you yeah you to scouted open every fucking show you to also down with kid rock and say i go i know i know openers can't have openers but i gotta get these guys at least get for a minute for me how how quickly before we got a kid get hit with for sure it would kinda it would start like the people be like and then once it hit maybe like minute i guess what you know bow with dubose kind of a scat a little bang bang but it probably breaks the rules by being the same thing ever gets a monk's music actual right in there right but he always thinks he's doesn't he doesn't just go sometimes go stop his crowd on him turn on him if he was just the cool thing get ready for a toured the main my main thing everyone has to get their voice ready or whatever it is my main thing is learning the fucking lyrics takes me forever so scatting would be probably probably do scat every once in a while learning your own lyrics fucking hard because because of the way i write is like you know because people have you know my my man has to sing harmony with me so if i if i single wrong line they got the wrong line so it's like there's some there's a song called fuck you off my mind regicide.

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"dubose" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Rights did they had they had this all planned out from the beginning what do you think i'm not gonna go that far but it was nice to see chris paul have a game winning layup with basically point eight seconds left where he got a lot of contact on that he maybe could have argued eight what should have been an one right the way that the rest was calling the game it was kind of i saw i saw ben dubose losing his mind on twitter about it and basically i love ben dubose but that guy thinks like all the referees are out to get all houston sports teams like they had a chance they had a chance to is it with thirty one point nine seconds left amazingly james harden missed two free throws with thirteen seconds ago yes we have we have seen him like not focused enough award if the million free throw i'm afraid of this i want i really want i really want to the last minute he's like money he's almost clutch free throws that we have i i agree i think is going to be fine in the playoffs that my how how frustrating is it to watch the remainder of these regular season games knowing that the rockets are very good team than these games don't matter and even though you know that they're trying to focus as best they can they come out with the first quarter that they had tonight i mean alternately lackadaisical effort in the second half and you get the feeling like once the playoffs begin they're gonna shake all these cobwebs off they will but i feel like a like a couple of players just the chemistry getting rid of them i don't want jobs it off and i'm going to tell you that i don't wanna see him in the playoff i don't think he's that critical right i don't think he's at rhythm and he's not i haven't seen what he's bringing they will make them say you know what we need to play him like we have gerald.

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"dubose" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"I love that opening up exactly so i say practiced doing you're mindful masturbation and just get on top of everything was sexes about having the experience too so i getting past your fear who's ever having sex with is so psyched that you're there and having sex with them they're not even thinking there's a right way to be on top because there is no right way so i want to say to you there rachel that you get to figure it out now this is fun so i love that you're having casual sex exploring yourself spending more time to get what you like so i'm going to tell you was getting top each casual sex partner as a opportunity to learn your body so just think of it as like you're finding partners they're lucky to be with you you get to get on top and just play around and figure out what the moment do what you want right so tips would be just do what you want play with play with some if you're a book person dubose yeah we're audible audible audible that book audible at you're right that is a great book sex for one yeah because it's not just like do this now do this i mean there are some instructive moments but it's also just like like reading betty dodson books i'm just like it's like my phone onto the ptolemy what to do right exactly no i love by deaths and that's great advice and my mom when i was not orgasmic i was like twenty and i said to my mom so yeah rachel you're twenty one i was twenty my mom bought me a book lonnie barbeque for yourself it's on my shelf over there and told me i should smoke joy so good put the books are great read so i think it's education and experience are when to help you move things for rachel let me know how goes i'm so glad you're listening to the show and zoe we'll take your cookies your good and we'll send your address so thank you.

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"dubose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Stefan clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision meant he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise in sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a tv one cop head is service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that one or two seconds these two cops were murdered by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise in sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand that they perceived to be a weapon and turn out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars it was jumping over the top offenses in backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they perceive something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they would not have had the do it again officer ray tensing in cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie in the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four weighing three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot shoot him to get rid of that threat so.

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"dubose" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on WRVA

"Stefan clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision men he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise in sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a dvd one cop head his service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that wondered these two cops referred by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise in sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand that they perceived to be a weapon it turned out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars it was jumping over the top offenses and backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they perceive something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they will not a shot had to do it again officer ray tensing and cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie in the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four weighing three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot him to get rid of that threat so the lies told by.

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"dubose" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Stuff on clark's case those officers maybe shouldn't have done what they did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found it was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision men he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise and sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a d v one cop head is service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that one or two seconds these two cops were murdered by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise in sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand that they perceived to be a weapon it turned out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars he was jumping over the top offenses and backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they've perceived something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they would not shot had to do it again officer ray tensing in cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie and the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four wayne three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot him to get rid of that threat so the lies told by.

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"dubose" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"They did if they were covered they should've waited not far their weapon but they perceive something that was not in reality true in cincinnati ohio there was a university of cincinnati cop who shot someone who he perceived was pulling away with his body inside the officers arm inside the car and that he flinched with his gun out and shot guy named samuel dubose in the head and killed him the officer was indicted for murder and found he was a hung jury twice an officer in that environment ray tensing had to make a splitsecond decision the wrong decision men he might be killed or the samuel dubose who was a small time drug dealer might be killed likewise and sacramento splitsecond decision to cops are killed in westerville ohio about a month ago they went to the scene of a dvd one cop head his service weapon outside the holster but not in the firing position so how long would it take for a cop to get a gun get his weapon out of the holster and prepare to shoot i would say one or two seconds in that one or two seconds these two cops were murdered by the domestic violence perpetrator and they're both dead likewise and sacramento these two cops one white one black perceived the stefan clarke had a gun something in his hand they perceived to be a weapon it turned out to be what a cell phone it's in the dark seemingly he was breaking into cars he was jumping over the top offenses and backyards it was dark they didn't know who they were confronting they perceive something that may not have been accurate but nonetheless let's face it they shot headed to do again they would not have shot had to do it again officer ray tensing in cincinnati would not have shot michael brown and all that riots imagine the false media coverage of michael brown that went on for weeks and weeks and weeks hands up don't shoot that was a provable lie in the media continue to cover it because it felt it felt right the template of white racists cops killing an unarmed black man if an unarmed black man is six foot four weighing three hundred pounds charging a police officer the officer is within his rights to shoot him to get rid of that threat so the lies told by the media continued for weeks.

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"dubose" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You hear my name i'm telling you today we want you to answer me this question if jail hundreds of the corner bag what ball ballgame this year take him now you can raise my own show you can sit there today and you can make me say oh i'm all right like i told you toward easter accord body ansari this question in jail and hurts was not on the team last year and barnett had started the entire sees what would alabama's record of them alabama would have won the championship could go on and on he what you think he would have ever scored against a better passer it was a better pastor behave better passer map what problem alabama could al they stop the war on and that's what killed him i mean that's just the way it is i'm sorry to say it that's the truth i cannot believe that nick save impious still wanna tell with this just the curse of lang kiffan that's a cheap that's when we're gonna call that's when we call it here now it was a great line bobby linking infants been gone since new year's day but his car still exist no designated car nick say quarterback is and make statement has made a tactical error are leaving him on on reliable shouin mike dubose was i haven't had this conversation very often with nick sabin as they had good well this is the fact that affects.

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"dubose" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"dubose" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sentence for a vial of two thousand one crime spree ricky dubose was serving a 20year sentence now it looks like this morning's first appearance before a judge is the beginning of death penalty trials for the pair attorney matti auroras spoke to channel two action news you're going to have a death penalty this would fit the definition of rohan do bozo charged with murdering escape along with other charges from the putnam county courthouse in eaten richard sangster wsb hit and run driver kills a sixteen year old girl trying to cross highway eighty one and mcdonough monday night a friend with taeshik gardener tells henry county police the driver never stopped the damage vehicles described the silver or grey two thousand seven or eight honda fit mosquitoes that can carry seek a virus are in more places than i reported southern united states shows a substantial increase in the number of counties with a kind of mosquitoes that can carry seek of iras overall he found a twenty one percent increase in county reporting eighty the get ten percent increase in counties reprinting eighty i will act the cdc's rebecca eyes and tells me these findings highlight the need for continued and improve mosquito surveillance a so far this year no mosquitoes in the continental us have tested positive for zico virus sabrina cupet wsb a three point two magnitude earthquake rearranges the furniture and augusta resig the report their furniture sliding around from the mild tremor it set off home and business alarms but no damage or injuries were reported the us geological survey as monitoring for potential aftershocks wsb news time eight eleven hits levitt ads right yes the twentyfirst of june is indeed selfie day international yogurt days also rome music day what else as of today edge probably rotates beginning a summer saw moment summer officially begins tonight's role of your wondering why your kids stop going to school as probably the reason is terry jerry hill has a gentle to and wsb road is kirk mellish georgia's live once again maybe on the calendar but it's not going to be on a thermometer no definitely.

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