19 Burst results for "Eric Hines"

LGBTQ+ representation in cybersecurity

Cyber Work

05:38 min | 4 months ago

LGBTQ+ representation in cybersecurity

"You tell me some some some juicy bits from your autobiography? What kind of stuff? Are we going to cover here. Let's let's you know. Let's let's for a little bit not too much but just a little bit for the readers. I'd have to be careful because I gotta take care of my boy Jim minutes. Oliver Wiley Okay Yeah so great guy by the way. Cool cat. So. Widely doesn't publish autobiographies. So technically I checked call it that it is a non fictional narrative. I am. Real territory between more autobiography whatever exactly. Exactly. But so yeah, it's it's really it's my coming up story. It's my former life and my former skin you know as Eric Hines. And and Not. So where does say that name And you know my transition and really you sort of becoming Loki. Where I transitioned in two thousand and eight, and my journey is a trans woman in. A male dominated world male dominated industry in cybersecurity. My world is cyber security right and You know what that experience has been like just. It's interesting for me because it's very. it's a very unique perspective being able to say that I've lived my life is to completely different sexes to completely different genders you know and and living my life is a man living my life as a woman It's very interesting because you don't really prepare for that. You don't prepare because is a man you read about the inequality. Roy of of men and women in the workplace. The wage disparity being passed up for job opportunities in the workplace as a woman over a man with the same or less credentials or experience. It's a real thing and I didn't prepare myself for what that would be like and it's it's you would hope that. An industry as as you know, new is cyber security. 'cause if you think about cyber security isn't very old, it's not like us. Our banking. Or. Investing, it's it's A. It's a nascent industry that we are trying to figure out as we go right and So you would think it would be more progressive. When it comes to equality and inclusion in. It's not you know and I. You know there was a tweet storm that occurred. I. Think you brought it up in a previous episode where I got involved in to a thread that actually became my most viral tweet and it was a about a gentleman who made the made the statement that cybersecurity moves too. Fast for women run and and that women would rather be at home and be homemakers and be family oriented versus being in Cybersecurity, and it was shocking to me is this is this is a very prevalent narrative for some reason You know there's a lot of people that believe that you know, hey, a cybersecurity isn't for women and here's why. I always from played devil's advocate I was trying look at it from other people's perspective But it's hard to find out a lot of things I'm reading. Because you know I mean there's there's a lot of I think. There's a lot of things that people need to be educated on when it comes to just women issues, but trans issues like you know there's this belief and I hear it a lot. That Trans women shouldn't be allowed to participate in Women Only Sports, right? That's so stupid to me. You know and is in I think it was actually South Rogan's podcast where he actually talked about this and in the narrative is being spread a lot. I understand I think from that perspective but people don't understand that when you go through hr it. Your upper body strength as a as a man as man's body gets depleted you know your your upper body strength. Pretty much goes away in deteriorates. There are women on the tennis court. I. Used to be a competitive used to play tennis competitively and go to tournaments, and there's women biological women that could kick my ass on the tennis court you know and their biological women have. Much, more per body strength than me and you know I think it's an I. Don't think it's ignorance I. Think it's education. It's it's. A learning curve. Yeah and like like for example, martial arts, you know there are biological women that could wipe the floor with. And and you know so I think I think it's educating people understanding and also the unique perspectives were probably talk about the blog article here in a minute unique perspectives at the Lgbtq community brings two teams brings to the workplace. Yeah. that that that you may not find in a less inclusive culture

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Teachers' strike in California affects 36,000 students

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Teachers' strike in California affects 36,000 students

"Three negotiators failed to reach an agreement on new contract for pay raises and class sizes for Oakland, California schools. The strike is affecting thirty six thousand students in Eighty-six schools. Officials say schools will stay open staffed by nonunion, employees and substitute teachers president for the California teachers association, Eric Hines spoke at the picket lines time now for the Oakland district come to an agreement with the Oakland teachers pay them a fair wage bay them do what they need to do with the students in Oakland and for the community in Oakland because. Is

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"eric hines" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on KOMO

"Eric Hines revelation sports here in about ten minutes, but we need to share with you social media has been very busy and a lot of husky fans. Worried about the huskie men's basketball team, not up off the lawsuit. Auburn last night. It's what happened after the game. Apparently they were on the team bus charter bus headed back to the airport near Montgomery, Alabama. When suddenly there was a blow out of a rear tire shortly after there was a fire. The driver of the coach was able to get the bus safely to the shoulder of the roadway. Everybody exited the bus there were no injuries. Everybody is fine. But by the fire by the time the fire department arrived or told about a third of that bus was fully engulfed it quickly. Put out the blaze if anything then there were some inconveniences. Waited for transportation to get to the airport. We heard many were there alongside the road from about midnight to two am before. Finally, they made it to the airport to catch their flights. So again, the huskie men's basketball team that bus to the airport a blown tire. We know anybody who's a commercial driver's. Sometimes they do catch fire. Everybody was off the bus safely. No injuries reported. Tacoma water. Utility well has been shut down. We're hearing after chemicals commonly tied to firefighting foam showed up at a higher than acceptable level during a test. Firefighters insist to chemical is linked to cancer Tacoma water. Superintendent Scott do her says quote to the majority of the customers. This is a non issue source of that contamination remains under investigation and California. Fires Commissioner of public lands. Hillary franche mobilizing about one hundred six firefighters and twenty engines now from our state to help contain the fatal wildfires burning in California Senator big wildfire fighting engine so they're made for for going. Off-road they'll hold four firefighters and and their gear. That's true. To drive those things all the way down there. That's that's not a fun ride. You better. Joe smiley with a DNR? He says firefighters from across the state will work the camp fire near Chico, which is burned more than seventy thousand acres. They're all leavings morning all the way from Spokane. And we're we're we're kind of coalescing in Olympia and heading down such intense video if you wanna have a look at komonews dot com, there are three large wildfires fan by high winds at a prompted evacuation of more than one hundred fifty thousand in communities near Sacramento and Los Angeles. Meanwhile, it has effect on the NFL. The LA Rams are doing Seattle to play the Seahawks tomorrow they've had to balanced preparation for that game because of wildfire evacuations even had the council to practice yesterday. Not only as a practice facility close to the wildfires. Just a few miles away from that mass shooting that took place this week in Thousand Oaks the team hopes to have some kind of a practice today at USC before they come north team will hold a moment of silence tomorrow at the Seahawk game. Komo news time..

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"eric hines" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"I wanted to point seven kiss FM. Hello, Eric Hines, south Pasadena. How are you? I'm great. How are you? I think we're pretty good actually Tanya would say, I you know, here we are the three sisters. How can we help you? I need that year long tackle there. Whatever that number is for my ringtone. Can I now I'm gonna play? Now, we've already done the contest. But here it is ready. I'm ready. No, you can't bring tone ever, Eric. I feel like that would be so. Just kept going on. Please. That actually might not be about alarm. You definitely want to get up and go to the bathroom. Oh my gosh. I I mean traffic driving to work. And then laughing hysterically my car. We are. We can I'm putting on hold tiny will DM you the sound let let me take care of this. Hold on one second. Thank you for listening to us. Thank you. Okay. What is it? Before she gets on. Open your microphone. We're back in sixty seconds to pay a Bill doubting them paid for a year. Hang on stick.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"There's a line at the very beginning of that same we're care asks what site side outside men basics there's like an exchange of one line each count i think on some ratings about test literal you need still most films don't pass it so hey but yeah the the film quickly turned back to the real subject at hand men speaking going val foul okay yeah what the fuck has had morals tend to have more presence on the pressure than she does in the film by a long long distance given that she and the filmmakers retarding her as the first black woman with a leading role in star wars movie to kill her immediately for such a bad reason was just just the worst she yeah she does seem like she has may be other options in that same literally any other options that she impetus to being being able to steal that big trend buffon's so that they could retire to planet together except knock has she's dead and why blow up the bridge why was that part of the plan genuine here think maybe naming their own person but i think the writer of arrival eric hines era right took to twitter and went polls that's the right person screenwriter him took to twitter and went yeah why wind blow up the bridge makes literally no sense but is because the train now the train is is attached to to both parts of the rail so they can't take it up without destroying the bridge okay they can't lift it into the air because it's not like a conventional train you just lifted up at the it's it's classic grips a raft attract so you have to blow up the bridge except that if it's if it's really attached them both sides of the bridge in awful clean explosion to not ban.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

"Let it should work late kinda yeah is very parallel to the whole madmen story in a lot of ways you know takes place in the same era takes them to new york in the same error a couple of seasons deepen a madman in its this idea that yeah he's been molded by media in advertising and and believes okay this is what i've this is what i can be this is where i can find success that surinam i know there's so much advertising in this film almost a little heavy ended but it's always cutting to add saying everybody gets the estate like whatever the message is it of these people need or don't have our wanner are enticed by there's usually a billboard to tell you that is and also we just to be knack of always ago in that characters obsessive tv you'll buck is obsessed with radio he's always listening to abc and things like western gunshots on the radio it's literally the last thing he gives up besides his coat yeah yeah and as votes and that seems very oldfashioned the radio you know even then it seems like he's you know he he's not he's living in a in a narrow that's gone yeah only watch tv in this movie it's like hi emma poodle wearing makeup and address this is what to her deputies would actually i would watch that georgia originally watch them so okay so we meet rizzo dustin hoffman riera january discussed now maybe separating are from artist that's a movie genera full of that it really i still gotta civilian life all of that but holy should as it a what a mike a performance from dust in our in our career making performance from dustin hoffman eric hines we have i hated like my my main early dustin hoffman reference you only just always go back to the first thing you know that a person is like dick tracy hanzo it's it's kind of like his character and dick tracy the the guy who has always talking backwards and his hunched over in his in zambia yashar evac zayed i'd know that that is ridiculous i just remember really all specifically's telling my parents after he also dick tracy dustin hoffman must be the greatest actor alive because he spoke every line backwards and i was very.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

"Let it should work late kinda yeah is very parallel to the whole madmen story in a lot of ways you know takes place in the same era takes them to new york in the same error a couple of seasons deepen a madman in its this idea that yeah he's been molded by media in advertising and and believes okay this is what i've this is what i can be this is where i can find success that surinam i know there's so much advertising in this film almost a little heavy ended but it's always cutting to add saying everybody gets the estate like whatever the message is it of these people need or don't have our wanner are enticed by there's usually a billboard to tell you that is and also we just to be knack of always ago in that characters obsessive tv you'll buck is obsessed with radio he's always listening to abc and things like western gunshots on the radio it's literally the last thing he gives up besides his coat yeah yeah and as votes and that seems very oldfashioned the radio you know even then it seems like he's you know he he's not he's living in a in a narrow that's gone yeah only watch tv in this movie it's like hi emma poodle wearing makeup and address this is what to her deputies would actually i would watch that georgia originally watch them so okay so we meet rizzo dustin hoffman riera january discussed now maybe separating are from artist that's a movie genera full of that it really i still gotta civilian life all of that but holy should as it a what a mike a performance from dust in our in our career making performance from dustin hoffman eric hines we have i hated like my my main early dustin hoffman reference you only just always go back to the first thing you know that a person is like dick tracy hanzo it's it's kind of like his character and dick tracy the the guy who has always talking backwards and his hunched over in his in zambia yashar evac zayed i'd know that that is ridiculous i just remember really all specifically's telling my parents after he also dick tracy dustin hoffman must be the greatest actor alive because he spoke every line backwards and i was very.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

"Let it should work late kinda yeah is very parallel to the whole madmen story in a lot of ways you know takes place in the same era takes them to new york in the same error a couple of seasons deepen a madman in its this idea that yeah he's been molded by media in advertising and and believes okay this is what i've this is what i can be this is where i can find success that surinam i know there's so much advertising in this film almost a little heavy ended but it's always cutting to add saying everybody gets the estate like whatever the message is it of these people need or don't have our wanner are enticed by there's usually a billboard to tell you that is and also we just to be knack of always ago in that characters obsessive tv you'll buck is obsessed with radio he's always listening to abc and things like western gunshots on the radio it's literally the last thing he gives up besides his coat yeah yeah and as votes and that seems very oldfashioned the radio you know even then it seems like he's you know he he's not he's living in a in a narrow that's gone yeah only watch tv in this movie it's like hi emma poodle wearing makeup and address this is what to her deputies would actually i would watch that georgia originally watch them so okay so we meet rizzo dustin hoffman riera january discussed now maybe separating are from artist that's a movie genera full of that it really i still gotta civilian life all of that but holy should as it a what a mike a performance from dust in our in our career making performance from dustin hoffman eric hines we have i hated like my my main early dustin hoffman reference you only just always go back to the first thing you know that a person is like dick tracy hanzo it's it's kind of like his character and dick tracy the the guy who has always talking backwards and his hunched over in his in zambia yashar evac zayed i'd know that that is ridiculous i just remember really all specifically's telling my parents after he also dick tracy dustin hoffman must be the greatest actor alive because he spoke every line backwards and i was very.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

"Let it should work late kinda yeah is very parallel to the whole madmen story in a lot of ways you know takes place in the same era takes them to new york in the same error a couple of seasons deepen a madman in its this idea that yeah he's been molded by media in advertising and and believes okay this is what i've this is what i can be this is where i can find success that surinam i know there's so much advertising in this film almost a little heavy ended but it's always cutting to add saying everybody gets the estate like whatever the message is it of these people need or don't have our wanner are enticed by there's usually a billboard to tell you that is and also we just to be knack of always ago in that characters obsessive tv you'll buck is obsessed with radio he's always listening to abc and things like western gunshots on the radio it's literally the last thing he gives up besides his coat yeah yeah and as votes and that seems very oldfashioned the radio you know even then it seems like he's you know he he's not he's living in a in a narrow that's gone yeah only watch tv in this movie it's like hi emma poodle wearing makeup and address this is what to her deputies would actually i would watch that georgia originally watch them so okay so we meet rizzo dustin hoffman riera january discussed now maybe separating are from artist that's a movie genera full of that it really i still gotta civilian life all of that but holy should as it a what a mike a performance from dust in our in our career making performance from dustin hoffman eric hines we have i hated like my my main early dustin hoffman reference you only just always go back to the first thing you know that a person is like dick tracy hanzo it's it's kind of like his character and dick tracy the the guy who has always talking backwards and his hunched over in his in zambia yashar evac zayed i'd know that that is ridiculous i just remember really all specifically's telling my parents after he also dick tracy dustin hoffman must be the greatest actor alive because he spoke every line backwards and i was very.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

"Let it should work late kinda yeah is very parallel to the whole madmen story in a lot of ways you know takes place in the same era takes them to new york in the same error a couple of seasons deepen a madman in its this idea that yeah he's been molded by media in advertising and and believes okay this is what i've this is what i can be this is where i can find success that surinam i know there's so much advertising in this film almost a little heavy ended but it's always cutting to add saying everybody gets the estate like whatever the message is it of these people need or don't have our wanner are enticed by there's usually a billboard to tell you that is and also we just to be knack of always ago in that characters obsessive tv you'll buck is obsessed with radio he's always listening to abc and things like western gunshots on the radio it's literally the last thing he gives up besides his coat yeah yeah and as votes and that seems very oldfashioned the radio you know even then it seems like he's you know he he's not he's living in a in a narrow that's gone yeah only watch tv in this movie it's like hi emma poodle wearing makeup and address this is what to her deputies would actually i would watch that georgia originally watch them so okay so we meet rizzo dustin hoffman riera january discussed now maybe separating are from artist that's a movie genera full of that it really i still gotta civilian life all of that but holy should as it a what a mike a performance from dust in our in our career making performance from dustin hoffman eric hines we have i hated like my my main early dustin hoffman reference you only just always go back to the first thing you know that a person is like dick tracy hanzo it's it's kind of like his character and dick tracy the the guy who has always talking backwards and his hunched over in his in zambia yashar evac zayed i'd know that that is ridiculous i just remember really all specifically's telling my parents after he also dick tracy dustin hoffman must be the greatest actor alive because he spoke every line backwards and i was very.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

"Let it should work late kinda yeah is very parallel to the whole madmen story in a lot of ways you know takes place in the same era takes them to new york in the same error a couple of seasons deepen a madman in its this idea that yeah he's been molded by media in advertising and and believes okay this is what i've this is what i can be this is where i can find success that surinam i know there's so much advertising in this film almost a little heavy ended but it's always cutting to add saying everybody gets the estate like whatever the message is it of these people need or don't have our wanner are enticed by there's usually a billboard to tell you that is and also we just to be knack of always ago in that characters obsessive tv you'll buck is obsessed with radio he's always listening to abc and things like western gunshots on the radio it's literally the last thing he gives up besides his coat yeah yeah and as votes and that seems very oldfashioned the radio you know even then it seems like he's you know he he's not he's living in a in a narrow that's gone yeah only watch tv in this movie it's like hi emma poodle wearing makeup and address this is what to her deputies would actually i would watch that georgia originally watch them so okay so we meet rizzo dustin hoffman riera january discussed now maybe separating are from artist that's a movie genera full of that it really i still gotta civilian life all of that but holy should as it a what a mike a performance from dust in our in our career making performance from dustin hoffman eric hines we have i hated like my my main early dustin hoffman reference you only just always go back to the first thing you know that a person is like dick tracy hanzo it's it's kind of like his character and dick tracy the the guy who has always talking backwards and his hunched over in his in zambia yashar evac zayed i'd know that that is ridiculous i just remember really all specifically's telling my parents after he also dick tracy dustin hoffman must be the greatest actor alive because he spoke every line backwards and i was very.

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"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on The Canon

"Let it should work late kinda yeah is very parallel to the whole madmen story in a lot of ways you know takes place in the same era takes them to new york in the same error a couple of seasons deepen a madman in its this idea that yeah he's been molded by media in advertising and and believes okay this is what i've this is what i can be this is where i can find success that surinam i know there's so much advertising in this film almost a little heavy ended but it's always cutting to add saying everybody gets the estate like whatever the message is it of these people need or don't have our wanner are enticed by there's usually a billboard to tell you that is and also we just to be knack of always ago in that characters obsessive tv you'll buck is obsessed with radio he's always listening to abc and things like western gunshots on the radio it's literally the last thing he gives up besides his coat yeah yeah and as votes and that seems very oldfashioned the radio you know even then it seems like he's you know he he's not he's living in a in a narrow that's gone yeah only watch tv in this movie it's like hi emma poodle wearing makeup and address this is what to her deputies would actually i would watch that georgia originally watch them so okay so we meet rizzo dustin hoffman riera january discussed now maybe separating are from artist that's a movie genera full of that it really i still gotta civilian life all of that but holy should as it a what a mike a performance from dust in our in our career making performance from dustin hoffman eric hines we have i hated like my my main early dustin hoffman reference you only just always go back to the first thing you know that a person is like dick tracy hanzo it's it's kind of like his character and dick tracy the the guy who has always talking backwards and his hunched over in his in zambia yashar evac zayed i'd know that that is ridiculous i just remember really all specifically's telling my parents after he also dick tracy dustin hoffman must be the greatest actor alive because he spoke every line backwards and i was very.

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"eric hines" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on WLOB

"Line of the night was a mayor eric hines or dreamers too uh i'm gonna who wrote that who wrote that i wanna know who wrote ben because that was just beautiful i also love the the north korean dahlia my gosh that was through the crutches he has at moving i mean that was a very great moment nor i know it i know but there's so much as ran that shows you wear socialism malaysia that's exactly right and that dude i mean you know gain leg an all and went up when meal halfway around asia to try to get out of you'll get away from these north korean reinvolves and now broadcast on the south korean side and helps the people escape across the border this is the underground railroad getting away from the companies um my gosh let me see what sia cnn's got this americans are dreamers to thing so let's say they said a trump americans are dreamers to this from cnn now president donald trump beginning the a section of his state of the union speech on immigration rhetorically played off the ongoing efforts to reach a deal on the deferred action for childhood arrivals program saying americans are dreamers to while addressing congress on tuesday night trump said i am extending an open hand to work where the members of both parties democrats and republicans to protect our citizens of every background color religion and creed my duty and the sacred duty of every elected official in this chamber is to defend americans to protect their safety their families their communities and their right to the american dream dreamer is name used refer to the group of undocumented immigrants who came to the us as children the socalled dreamers acts a bill first introduced in two thousand one by senators dick turban and orrin hatch that would have offered them a pathway to citizenship the daca program was later based on the concept of the bill after it languished for more than decade the line was picked up on social media by the president's critics supporters and pundits some thought it was a great sentiment while others thought it was it marginalized emigrants so am it marginalize it seems like good louise good the.

"eric hines" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Jersey joe piscopo hey debbie 80 when this morning 749 right now eric hines allred together this will you will you now you and i see i put on my faith in god i put all my faith in yes the saints being the the diehard italiancatholic that i have yet but i don't know about tara car general about us foiled you grandfather and also maybe it's all all working together in some way maybe there it's all editor at at all coming behind nydia what seiner you like that i i don't think i know i'm gem an eye on the cusp of some things or this means one think of them are because chairman iv sign of eternal youth you never get all that year oh god i love you thank you eight zero it's true sign of eternal yet gem an ice it's so true god knows that an our i'll let you know what happens if they go to doctor documents pounds well they're hernia oh such prey what w i love your i it's seven fifty care before eight o'clock debbie's on the roads any advice epithelium should give where he can't really get to be a trained we're seeing delays with signal problems also seeing some delays on the hudson burgan light rail he jersey transit train into and out of penn station operating normally again now let's go over and see what's happening on the rest found director raided the bronze river parkway that's a collision the hardship south at orchard beach in the bronx an accident there as well step ago on the staten island expressway that's moving slowly bradley abd al pure the verizon old bridge and watch out for some stop and go traffic at 654 southbound hitting down toward the tone over the collision cell founded york stay through right at the tap and see bridge an accident was cleared in down key devil uv that's thirty lincoln 35 hollins still about twenty five eight the east at the garden state parkway accident just cleared getting after saddlebrook and watch for slowdowns on eighteen northbound right by the new jersey turnpike garden state parkway north at one thirty seven accident new jersey turnpike dortha truck lanes at twelve an accident there you now know where to go i'm debbie do heym am 970 the answer dennis prager this changed his tune on higher education why is americanloved pop rising against the.

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"eric hines" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"A great stint in texas at a couple of good years detroit and so you've got kinzler otani trout and pool halls cj chrome when he was healthy could rake qiao honed big hitter and there is word that the angels are in on machado now if i pulled out one off if they pulled out one off while would you still put the astros in front of them in the al west i don't know how you if they add machado to trout and pool holes and otani and kessler i guess houston would have them and pitching yes along with the lineup be big pretty deadly so much auto trade right now they'll nothing are the phone lines are lighting up i love it uh poor adams back they're taking calls out cheesecake ponds but that's that's the that's the job we have theirs wider ed dairy christmas but i'm i'm a i'm a ju i mean so i don't know if that's a koyano be kosher eric hines ward when we come back and sixty seconds with your phone calls right behind that no in nfl injury news goodness for the saints albon camaros dealing with his concussion from last week only is expected to play according to saints coached sean payton he will play sunday against the jazz in while jaguar's running back leonard vaurnet is not practising again today because of his quite injury he also mispractice yesterday nfl we fifteen kicks off tonight from indianapolis with the coakes taking on the broncos mizzou teams have just a combined seven wins between them baseball news the dunk continues for the marlins they released righthanded pitcher some bulk as is recovering from tommy john surgery teams delos and thirteen million bucks from the twoyear deal he signed last offseason marlins also traded outfielder marcelo zuniga the cardinals the angels acquired second baseman income.

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"eric hines" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You in any of the other singapore they'd be good they'd be great but they're all big games every year against the dolphin building yet but what are your thoughts now as a way to start your year after year almost every single you are the omega3 offer you enough do the year i think it's gonna you know get you up to the cargo or you're looking for yeah i will say one thing no outside a may be the broncos who have given him trouble in denver in denver okay i mean everybody else i mean who is really given them now much trouble in the afc beat pin are all the time everybody i mean but i understand what you say about that the vision but i mean they've done a pretty much dominated this the conference for eighteen years now agree listen as far as i can broken and he goes i i think there's some political motivation somehow you know we are you going to go on like i can't quite that more than i echo quarterback strategy to fight back and bert who forget way you can iraq you want a whole year you can only pick naive after the left picking firm round not even rare you know they are aware of where we know that the convoy quarterback seventy pick later on a quarterback on a combo nobody wants to agree that they think flop in the graphite we have to go through what the judgment though of course that early round pick three you know we we know where they have done they don't want to know that i've looked at so in other words by putting in kebir or not even talking about making him the guards the basically say yes check bent yet again we could go high grade absolutely nothing to nobody ever eric hines then what you're saying but we know that deford status that's the end they drifted patti sold cares so must saying it bryce pat he's going to be a pro bowl quarterback i'm not saying that by any stretch your imagination but just because you drafted a guy in the.

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"eric hines" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"The pyramids slavery for thousands of years mohammid the prophet himself own slaves the muslim world it's had slave for 5000 years the indians the aspects had slavery the native americans look it up elizabeth warren people the cherokees they had slaves in fact you know the trail of tears when they were chased out out to oklahoma many of the cherokees carried their slaves with them native emerge eric hines had slavery the chinese had slavery every great culture and society in the world this had slavery there was nothing unique about slavery to america what was unique was the opposite that we got rid of it that we said it was immoral in wrong that in fact we led the way along with england in abolishing slavery it's the exact opposite so why now all of a sudden these this somehow america's unique same it's a way to keep browbeating the country and to somehow make it seem like we need these elites because deep down just america is just it's a fundamentally racist country it's not but hold on crowd highmore now says something else which is also part of the politically correct elite listen to this roll it britain me with trump is missing here is the uniqueness of white supremacy kkk a and not yes there were bad guys on boast died that's not the point this was instigated instituted the ride began over a nazi riot a she rally and the and the only killing year occurred by one of the the pronazi pro kkk people why is white supremacy this is what i'm understand look i hated it's disgusting sickens me but if i get murdered pay if i'm shot in the head does it really matter to me whether was are white supremacist or a communist will put a bullet my head am i gonna stand there and saying all or black lives matter you're going to put a ball you're going to run mi over with a cart i'd rather that you run mi over with the car than god forbid or white supremacist renewal nazi because you know god forbid did the worst crime in the world is to be killed by whitesupremicist law if you're if you're a black lives matter an anti for guy remarks says that's okay it's not as bad now i'm sorry i am murder is murder terror.

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"eric hines" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

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"eric hines" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"eric hines" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"And we are back topic number two witness russian jeep is all over our eyeballs were missing other stories that matter so let's start with the census am john h thompson the director of the census bureau resigned last week it totally got buried but it's actually really important because the upcoming 2020 census will determine how state and federal districts are drawn how i'm eric hines accounted for representation were jailed labou um and how federal dollars are allocated some plus a determined what i get to call myself because i always just get to check other and i would love some more options thinks if anyone listening a the census was a really big deal for the founding fathers because it even got a clause in the constitution come what are you guys make of this the resignation and how do you think it's going to play out for for this 2020 census israel potter the constitution as a matter of fact because you can have a congress was you of census in censuses pretty fundamental to our democracy all i always thought the competent people doing their job would save the republika thing may be rosenstein is now full falling into that category hope moeller is but you know the director of the census leaves says that he's doesn't feel with confidence that he could do his job i don't know who they're going to get in i hope whoever it is didn't go to a betsy devos school that is going to shoot all that bears and count that is a sense and i think people should know like it's important because that's how we figure who who is in congress that's how we apportion congressman and you know if people wonder with all this incompetence in ridiculousness and prop perhaps some light treason how'd is trump get reelected how does any gop congressman get reelected it's.

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