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"fakhri" Discussed on They Walk Among Us
"Confession pot two questions were press conference along with the fact that halliwell had been seen burning something he could have influenced the jury's decision and regarding the wine which the confession was obtained life and claimed that the rules set out in the pijesak were fundamental right the detective david behaved in a way that echoed the seventy snarl of policing the police and criminal evidence act nineteen ninety-four was implemented to help protect the rights of suspects while being questioned by police principally those who are vulnerable or easily influenced it also specifically fakhri tells them that have the right to remain silent the cone from which the outgrew followed the treatment of the black community in the aftermath of the brixton extend rides in one thousand nine hundred eighty one there was considerable evidence. The police had abused their position of power indiscriminately targeting black people with stop and search and mass detention too often. I review namely the skullman report the pijesak was born to balance the rights of individuals goals against the actions of the police justice cox concluded the confession breach two sections of the pie sacked saying quote in the exercise of my discretion under section seventy eight admission of the evidence relating to the confession concerning misguided networks and the location of her body on the circumstances in which i arose would have such an adverse effect on the fan of these proceedings they not to be admitted when hollywood was first arrested eleven i five a._m. On march twenty fourth two thousand eleven he was not taken straight to gable cross police station the arresting office a p._c. Hine at approached honeywell's vehicle from the red and the engine was still running the approach that a p._c. Hind would take was labeled as robust by the judge halliwell was grabbed in an arm lock thrown to the ground and handcuffed before he was told well he was being arrested on suspicion of kidnapping sean callaghan hollowell appeared calm asking for his tobacco which was in his taxi <music> a request that was ultimately refused full true at hope that sean o'callaghan might still be alive so ordered his detectives to conduct in-duct nudging team to view in that police go invoking pace code closed door eleven dot one this enables.
"fakhri" Discussed on Digital Production Buzz
"Thank you. It's great to be here. You know? I was just thinking normally we talked with Larry O'Connor, but you are the brains of the operation. So let's get right to the news. What w c announced this week on the product side. We announced new our memory for that brand new Amax that'll be shipping in. I guess you think week now and also wanna to announce our overall expansion into both Asia and Europe as well as here within the US. What did you do in terms of the expansion? I understand you acquired three companies. What did you acquire two companies are related an extra and Kito? So Kito sort of the brand that people would be familiar with. They sell external storage solutions and docks. Lot of EG Pugh and PC expansion boxes. And then the engineering arm that Sinn Taiwan. It was under the name extra on. So essentially two different companies purchase a US side, and then the Taiwan side, and then a separate distribution company that we bought in Belgium to better support European customers understand the benefit of buying a European distributor distribution, always good. But OWCP's make an storage since the beginning of time. Why were you interested in bringing Akito? He's been pretty impressed with their engineering and production quality, something I think we've done really well as well. But there's just little little more polish on some of the designs and how they were able to -ccomplish it in production. And I think a lot of that was how close their engineering and production is to the supply chain. So for us that really became a key element. We had a small engineering team in the US, but it was largely bolstered by a lot of our partners overseas. So now sort of instead of being bolstered by partners. It's bolster by ourselves. She what are your plumes? Now that you've got these three companies under the hood what's going forward. Let's start with for customers for customers. They're gonna see on the support sire. European and Asian customers are going to have better sales support better summer service better tech support because it'll be on the ground in the same language in the same. Time zone, which obviously gets rid of a lot of delays. They'll also see in improvement in the availability of the product on both continents, both ODBC and Akito. He'd AO will remain a brand. But a lot of that product is gonna end up folding in under the OB Siebrand from a product perspective people can expect to see faster products coming out faster from us as we can kind of control more of the process from the idea all the way to the production. I think with the additional engineering both on the hardware and software side, we already were working toward really pulling those together and you'll see that accelerate. So you'll see more full hardware software solutions coming out of us in the over. The course of the next year wouldn't suits most excited about these questions for you. We'll for me. It's just seeing the company really be able to expand in these critical areas you when you have a Salesforce sitting here passionate of the product in the u. US the messaging doesn't necessarily come across idiosyncrasies in every geographical region in every country in we didn't frankly sell well into Asia animates like sixty percent of the world's population. So in particular that aspect of really being able to convey, like what's exciting about OD products and talking to customers and getting hearing her story that part really excites me, and then also tying in the engineering and expanding engineering capability because we have so many ideas, and sometimes have them limited by that capability. So now that we have a much bigger team than we're going to be able to do more so kind of excited about both those aspects Jim for people to learn more about the products that
"fakhri" Discussed on Upgrade
"And that also there's a great speed and being able to like, you know, I understand what I need to do and how I do it in Photoshop. And the problem on my ipad is that pixel mater is good. If in photo was good, a corn is good on my MAC like, but they're not to shop and it's hard for me to adjust. And then I go back to my MAC and I'm using Photoshop still in French for me. I think that's a job greatest asset is if they can put something on the ipad that feels like Photoshop and behaves like Photoshop and were. With voter shop, then that's a big deal. But that would be interesting. Right? Because like will new Photoshop be like old footage. That is the big question. Right? And that's the challenge that you make when you advance a product like that, which is what apple found out with final cut. But you know, you can make something that's that's newer and better look at Microsoft, Windows ten, ten, seven, the one they they completely changed a seven, right? They completely on you. I and then went eight. So basically what it was like before? Yeah, because it's, you know, you've got you wanna advance your platform, but you've got people who don't want change. And so how do you, you know your your, your existing users or your biggest asset in a lot of ways. So that'll be a challenge for adobe too. But I don't know. I think it's interesting though that the adobe after all of this has finally kind of like come around to the idea that the I've had is a platform that they want their apps to be on. I do think that they're, they're part of what's going in here is that they need to do the work to understand how you do a touch and tablet interface for win. Ios right for windows ten because Microsoft very much wants that to be. You know that to be a primary experience, not just the keyboard mouse driven cursor based kind of interface. And so people want that on windows and they wanted on ipad. And that's basically the same problem interface wise. So you know, adobe gets to think about all of that and release a new generation of Photoshop that runs on those devices to. This is probably gonna be big, full the patch, right? Like I feel like. People that already use the ipad Fakhri creative work, gonna love it, and it's going to push a lot of people that want using it to buy one because if it truly is like this, this the same thing everywhere for a lot of creative people, wouldn't it be lovely to use your like device at home, which has a tablet attached to it like a way calm. And then when you're on the go, instead of taking a laptop and away com, we've you get your ipad and your apple pencil, and you go. Affiliate is gonna be really big for for a lot of people. Yeah. And people will say, oh, well, that's silly because they could do it today. So yes, they could. And yet when I talked to somebody like Jim Bartell, what she says is, you know, I, but I really can't because there are very specific things in my job that require Photoshop I the, they're like they're Borussia's that Photoshop offers that she uses that are not in other apps and the apps that they're in our these little adobe apps that don't work well enough for her to do what she needs to do, and they're just there are a lot of people who are like that. They're not all they're not all being stubborn, right? Some of it is that they just they have something in their workflow that they built up across all our other devices and the they're not going to throw it all away just so that they can also use the ipad..
"fakhri" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Police are releasing audio not video from yesterday's officer involved shooting in the south side neighborhood lapd chief steve conrad says there is no body camera footage from the shooting because the sergeant who fired his weapon was a member of our swat team he was not wearing a body camera sergeant brandon hogan shot and killed rod fakhri salmon after salmon refuse to drop the knife he was reportedly holding to his wife new this hour a member of indiana state legislature detailing allegations of sexual assault by the state's chief law enforcement officer abc's mark remillard explains indiana's embattled attorney general curtis hill facing multiple allegations of groping women and now democratic state representative mara candelaria reardon has penned a letter in the times of northwest indiana describing what she calls sexual battery at the hands of hill she claims hill groped her buttocks and attempted to do so again even after she told him to quote back off the letter comes a day after the state's governor and other members of the state assembly have called for hill to resign hill has denied the allegations against him mark remillard abc news the trade war between the us and china officially on after president trump's tariffs on tens of billions of dollars worth of chinese goods went into effect at twelve o one am one target on a list of retaliatory tariffs that was previously released by china is the soybean industry brian watkins is a soybean corn and pig farmer from canton ohio you multiply that over the entire you know this industry in this country i mean it's it's a huge number of people and their livelihood would be affected by this by beijing calls it the biggest trade war in economic history and says the us started it president trump will announce on monday night his nominee for supreme court justice replacing the retiring justice anthony kennedy he's narrowed down his choices to three to taking a less traditional approach and it seems to be more about got about dealing about his perception about a lot of these people and he says that he has a very good feeling about all of them but he will try to make up his mind by sunday big announcement on monday justice reporter paula reid downtown lexington's july fourth fireworks show was reportedly a dud people took to social media to display their displeasure with the show which marked.
"fakhri" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Okay one more sound bite here this is maggie haberman mrs last night anderson cooper this is after trump metoo generation got to be very gentle me to generate very gentle when i throw that dna kit to focus maggie haberman you knew this predictable outraged upset that trump decided to mock the me too movement it is dismissive at best about the metoo movement senator warren's folks i'm quite happy tonight because it underscores how afraid he has of her and how concerned he is about facing her one of the biggest threats for the republican party in these midterms is energy and enthusiasm among women voters and so this is an interesting tact to take if you're a president whose party is looking at a pretty rough landscape for the fall but see here's you people in new york times have a view and a vision of america that by your own admission you don't know you never go to these places trump goes you don't know who voted for trump and you still haven't endeavored to find out and so you think when trump mocks me to that women worldwide wider offended you don't have any understanding at all that there are some women that don't sign onto these political movements there individualists and they don't want a political party speaking for every emotion they might have there are a lot of independent women who can stand up for themselves don't have to become part of a movement with the democrat party or people like you with the new york times defending them and afraid of foca trump's not afraid of foca hana's trump is is why did they say liberal comedians are never afraid of the people they make jokes of ever notice that liberal comedian can joke about anybody and it's the target of the joke that better be worried never say that the liberal comedian must be afraid of who they're commenting about and you know you know women hate trump women despite here's more of this thinking or more this attempt to make people thinking all women hate trump and it trump has just blown it by making fun of the metoo movement anyway they're the ones out of touch not donald trump and they will never understand that i promise we'll focus on phone calls when we get back this is newsradio eight forty w h a s your news now it's two thirty i'm suzanne ball lapd chief steve conrad has cancelled officers days off saturday in anticipation of a protest and counterprotest in downtown louisville dozens of people have been camping outside the louisville ice officers downtown the past several days other groups reportedly planning a counter protest on saturday there's no body camera video of an officer involved shooting that left one person dead this week in louisville chief conrad says the officer involved in the shooting was on the swat team and they don't have body cameras yet he says brandon hogan shot and killed rod fakhri salman as salmon held the woman on the ground at knife point a man is dead after trying to save a group of boys trapped in a flooded cave and thailand officials say a former thai navy seal died while working on the rescue operation wwl kyi weather forecasts relief from the heat a high of eighty eight today lows into the sixties.
"fakhri" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A we have a number of states right now that do that and i think with that in mind all golan greg abbott fakhri governor of texas texans authorize schools to adopt policies to implement a school martial program uh where individuals would be trained uh to have a weapon to be able to use that weapon and when i have well over a hundred school districts in the state of texas where teachers or other people who work in the school uh do carry a weapon and are trained to be able to respond to an attack that occurred other governors made the remarks during that listening session with roughly forty other governors at the white house meanwhile georgia democrats have blasted the states lieutenant governor saying is recent threat against delta airlines or severing ties with the national rifle association is proof that republicans are in the pocket of the gun lobby the statements came shortly after lieutenant governor casey cato tweeted that he would use his position to kill a proposed sales tax exemption on jet fuel on less delta reversed its position senate minority leader steve hansen said republican leaders had been arguing that the tax cuts were good for business but now they're changing their tune because they are afraid of the nra the son of sam ed ted bundy jeffrey dahmer that the columbine high school shooters and even the shooter in floor among the infamous criminals who had a history of hurting animals before they went on to target humans that's a tendency that's part of what's behind a movement to create a public online registry of known animal abusers new yorkers among eleven stage with animal abuse registry bills pending in their legislatures following tennessee which started its in 2016 along with a growing number of municipalities in recent years registry backers say the list could be a way to raise red flags about people but opponents say it probably won't do much a judge up monday dismissing a lawsuit challenging federal laws criminalising marijuana as unconstitutional saying the five plaintiffs failed the pursuit charges in the drugs that legal status by first going through the drug enforcement administrator should apply ain't is included former nfl player marvin washington the cofounder of a company that sells hemp based products for sports athletes army veteran jose milan who said the horrors of iraq left him with posttraumatic stress disorder and two young children who use pop to treat medical conditions the.
"fakhri" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Bruins some boats say would rollover men most through just little boy really yang live from his the prize about draw were dumont jewish soon moved lied donald drawn issue there go drugs and in power to power to i'll just men in the law and data all you do a land how so sick a rain everyone another hour rebuttal draw him member don't drive through any water that you can't know how deep it is or if you don't know it is talking about the pothole sal they have been a re dkls this year and god i drive a truck yes a pasqua four vehicles pulled off the side this morning on land this morning now okay was that off a keystone was at off a falkirk fakhri yup if you want a new car i just suggest you go down keystone faster than ten miles an hour and i guarantee you because a scare me i gotta go home bell the interstates are bad i will say that yeah that's good add now ever since i put that studio in the office mr selvyn yeah you're radio studio purify his williams it's a microphone in a box but quite frankly i had to do some spots yesterday and i was just dreading a driving down there um and they said we well if you wanna doomed day you can hook up through your box and i thought that's a good idea to it's safe me 45 minutes down 45 minutes back and probably two out of four tires so i believe in it so you stayed up on the ranch stay no at the office oh at the office then so uh how was out of the sale go the 20 percent off sale i went by their are what was he went well we were we are keeping a going for the furniture this weekend it's been a slow week obviously with the weather's just depressing well all harley juror heels the people aren't sure whether they're gone by patio furniture or kill themselves s that action said they should all morbid for the more the absence of icee wail at every hall car drive over six thousand potholes in a threat cut that out let's not broadcast that common yell fixing ending yep it's got a nice note from can't sterling the of his birthday last long bosnia and i sent him a a.
"fakhri" Discussed on Channel 955
"To say this that i've ever worked with in my life has never in her life eaten at taco bell debt is travis ever eaten at taco bell she does not know what she's missing angel is on with us right now angel i have you never eaten that alcohol never her younger your leader angel as thing ever erasing you say you're never going to what's the reasoning why you say you're never going to because i have a very a bit of personality i love how it hey health liam all the time it's good smarts that you realize that angel we have got to attend you get in her to studios but what time will you be here at the station today hype having already i i'm driving you in my jeep we're driving through taco bell just down the street i ever have i am getting you fight i'm getting you literally just the simplest thing in the world a court dida crunch she's like yossi start wire baptism and i don't do that unpopular angel come on you've gone allow us to do as we've got to this morning take you to taco bell for the first time we need to de virgin eyes you from taco bell i'd rather ever now come on this is that this is this is too good this is unbelievable has by the way has has your man ever brought home taco bell before an eating it in front of you yeah oh wow and you've had your body urged dove little by ali comfy new i am i am taking you today i want to be your first please let me be your first iraq fakhri come on this is just ridiculous i just cannot believe it all right well here's the thing you when you come in the studio come up to the ag i come up to our studio in i am we need to have a conversation rings on regulatory locks i'll get away abaco bell who me all right we'll see in a little bit everybody's got one food item i think but summer just glaringly obvious that i mean it just seems surprising it some of.
"fakhri" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"You know the other thing is you watch that offense it's bobby fakhri know there's a ton of nfl pasquin concept that he's familiar with uh so he he i thought his tape showed a quarterback who can operate effectively within the framework of an offense and a structured passing game so you know i i think he's a quarterback prospect and i think how you choose to to use him with the offense you run that de comes now coaching uh but i think he's a valid quarterback prospect in the nfl what about mason rudolf greg yeah mission rudolph was a guy that i had a watch a lotta because there's times i really liked them and there's other times i just wasn't sure and i think i ended up being on the side of the fact that he just does not look on cape to me like a high enough level passer when it comes to arm strength consistent accuracy when i evaluated the complete body of work and then even though he has some movement abilities not a statue i think is nfl profile ross is that of a pocket quarterback and he may not be quite a good enough passer and the overall pocket precision to me was just not there and i could end up being wrong about him but that's the way i saw it i mean i think if you really like him you're feeling that he develops into a matt ryan type of quarterback i think if he if you're struggling with them you wonder if he's brice petty um my sense is so struggle early in his career with decisionmaking versus the more detailed a nuanced nfl defenses uh 'cause i think that that offense again that's that's one of those classic college offences where everything is really so defined um i'm very anxious to see how he handles pressure in the nfl and i'm.
"fakhri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Said golden state warriors coach mike brown's son mike brown friend of the program big time his elijah brown as a starting guard for the oregon duck or a lot about that kid and as if plancius not enough parentheses grad transfer from new mexico closed for it to cease of course he had to include he's currently the nation's leading free throw shooter fifty two of fifty four 96 percent he said that calvin murphy territory poly calvin murphy tear coetzer but highs is also made thirty nine consecutive going into tomorrow and a scheme at cal and he says mike brown will probably be there tomorrow given that the games in berkeley whereas have an off day in friday's in sacramento come and strong with laughter the all types is almost like it hit me again patrick yeah you've got pretty that's an i mean i mean listen i is there john candy well up to i think my ground beats a i do oh wow to go ahead thatcher you've got chaos although amazing his son can shoot free throws in innkeeper's concentration when his dad's life like that oh after a fakhri how can you how can you shoot ninety six percent for the.
"fakhri" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Anc robbers and members of the los angeles police department in 1997 both perpetrators were quilt killed twelve police officers and eight civilians were injured and numerous vehicles and other property were damaged and destroyed by nearly two thousand rounds of ammunition fired by the police and robbers this thing was it was right up the street it was uh where was the location nor hollywood oh it gives me the longitude latitude does handy the essence dudes you do in at nine a am with fucking a plethora of weapons a plethora of ammunition and full body armor full fucking body armor rolled in they had their car ready to go robbed the bank and then basically just mowed down mother fakhri's just but other at to kick bitter at an end it ended with one guy guinea shot never got committing suicide but the argument they have does sense that robbery would never happen without firearms or or or just just let's just say just say hey ruined and i millimeter you can have one of your rifle you can have one right and if you want to earn a shotgun ulirach on july retitled guns idolatry i get that but these are some of these semiautomatic or automatic fully automatic better at that i do see that there are no horta you're like well it's like when sarah palin tried to pass a law in alaska allows you to hunt animals from a helicopter with highpowered assault rifles a you like why is this this morning look i think if you talk imm among certain uncertain but i think if you talk to the majority of hunters i follow on instagram part of what they enjoy about hunting is the the challenge and the threat that it poses to them and getting one with nature i did find one on one on fucking totally by mechanic final hunting if you eat it i'm not into show trophy share.
"fakhri" Discussed on Just Sayin'
"And a did go down and they did get together and they did have sex the fire i don't know if you've got fired i have no idea forgot the whole thing but it was like a big scandal huge yeah i remember it it was like a huge in scenes in all of the school in everything and like we didn't talk door in high school so it wasn't lincoln atop darling you know yelling at a high paying legs e jerry legras by the hell give me the good i just couldn't believe act like it happened with like somebody who i would like new at one point happens all the time it so crazy twomember on like a million years ago about the lawn teacher on a certain it was like mary lou something no she hooked up a like her fifth grade student in she went fifth green accusing fifth grade and maybe fakhri moose's graders middle school i can't remember everyone listening met was born in me eighty is knows what i'm talking about that is growing um disgust she went to jail got pregnant was pregnant by is kale yep uh had the behind the baby in jail she was in jail for i don't know how many years and then they got married when she got out honored he lawyer okay they were like madly in love who neither you will together very him very very very inappropriate is extremely inappropriate that's like that's like muheza the issue is the baby i can't remember what they're knit mary lou something all people of you know what i'm talking about email as a dear dress santigie menachem 'cause i can't for the life me remember this story bummer being really young and be like oh my god it's out i mean i think it's grows when like you're an adult because even now like i see these students going to highs on online owner blayau little as little guy is going to high school walk in ice cornell mike i can't even imagine myself me i was once that little thinking i was an adult that oh yeah like thinking i leg was an adult is gone i look at all these little kids and i'm like they're so small little like i was such still a baby in high school you know what i mean it's crazy with great that's unseen is disgusting.
"fakhri" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"Whatever it costs to get cbs sir all access yes i think he was always dreaded to it is to to boldly stream that news every you ever to destroy your kid loudly stream it on netflixing the uk really yeah that sounds like a thing to both ably stream where maryland dreamed reports of like starring happens behind a buyer don't so exciting uh all right this is the one that excites and amazon back to amazon good thing when o'hare the same studio may good fight they're gonna make a tv show placed on one of my favorite sifi novels neil stephenson in snow crash about that it's either gonna go reasonably well low straw fakhri badly and i'd love that book uh now i don't get me wrong crepe boats good first civilization as well because neil stevenson khandu endings for toffee i know it's such a funny thing i greatnephew this has the best first chapter of any book i've ever read since tale of two cities but it has to the worst thing only offers off it's it's just don't have but you know that everybody should read it because the metaverse described snow crash is really i think powering all of these arv are nonsense nonsenses people are trying to recreate and i wish they would i'm ready to plug it in the back of my brain in gordon you know ceo john i get wet weather as long as as pruitt riot but i mean the circus walls your it was a very pivotal book particularly in terms of how silicon valley's told us things uh you know there were reports of you have somebody coming into a v sees office throwing down a copious toecrushing saying that saw business plan which is pretty good audio to fund them but still but it's it's a really great book eight stults hopefully wrong it's koreans applauds the eta first chance read the first chapter yet pizza delivery girl escaped board yuck rate chen the moves but are unfortunately hollywood has a away of science fiction well i i it's always been my opinion science fiction is always better when you're reading it because you have a much higher budget in your brain any hollywood spectacular right yeah it's much harder create this route for real than what you see in your mind.
"fakhri" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"That's true you can join me in that can do i i was waiting for you your there at your neighborhood ntb that's what can i don't mind doing it well it it cover now i am terrible singing voice that's true we can cause i harmonize right well we got a lot on the agenda today we're going to talk about two movies we're going to talk about kingsman the second in the serie yet i hope the last called the golden circle the of them's called what the secret service right and then you're going to talk about brad status in a move with ben stiller at a potentially excellent movie that is squandered we'll talk about that but been still is a very good actor and this one isn't really comedic is it is just rump it has some comedic planes to what i guess you could say it's a drama de or maybe a satin anna satire but it it's not a stray drama there are certainly some comic elements here but not in the typical you know meet the fakhri's kind of a style that we know from ben stiller and that the slept six and know that it does right then you and i saw two screenings this week at a busy week we saw the uh tom cruise movie american made which we will talk about next week next saturday and then we also saw the battle of the sexes reliving those glorious days of but turned out to be a television and national phenomenon with bobby riggs in billie jean king after bobby riggs had beaten soundly margaret court earlier demonstrating the virtues of male chauvinism v rigs with no delicacy or subtlety whatsoever of promoted it and promoted himself a lot of money in the process he would fit in very well in two thousand seventeen with social media and in china working work in the press and he was genius at that without even an internet this right imagine i thought the movie was fairly faithful to the facts also we're not gonna talk about it.
"fakhri" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"You're listening to law fakhri with lean color you're on the air highly and longtime listener first time caller why in your professional opinion delivered take my calls off the air this carl yep it's carl that he we had a few dates everything was great i thought well you know when you switch to geico you can save a lot of money on car insurance okay awesome you should call them i will gaiko because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always the great answer a we're back on form perry csn win with both refined about the weird arguing as we do probably about every four days year the best wide receiver who are favorite wide receiver in the league i'ma mike evans guy roux okay mike evans of the single best receive what are your kids thick i'm in antonio brown he's a vape choudhury you should be i'm julio jones's that with those two rudd sidebyside nominated argue the to brown on which the ninety and he would you pick if you had they're all the same price and you could add one to your team for the next five julio jones in a walk don't you think i mean he makes please but he antonio brown absolutely as a second best but if you're talking over the next five years julio jones's going away you think he's that much better than say beckham for example i do backups pretty darn good too i think we're discounting him or the don't you hurt the team a little bit when you're so much i look at me guy like i look at does bright he might be physically the most imposing intimidating and talented player but if you had fifty three guys on your team.
"fakhri" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"It is worth from where everybody would be very wide about it probably because i've been here there's been cleared but go to work with the legislature everybody get up to nine point two bigger gallup what would that we agree give comes in either used on campus viggo roddick cried of to thank you stevia there i got to move onto a couple of people thank you so much i i give them credit to he's making the first move it took us to the very end of the conversation but but will take it and we did hear what the governor couldn't do i'll say it out loud we did here with the governor couldn't and wouldn't do i don't get it i'm sure she's thrilled to hear that it happened on this show four three eight ninth too bad i'm someone needed to say enough is enough and the speakers making the first move online bills in cranston on wpro high bill archer i am to uh i think the reason why we do so do you remember the what were 'cause i picked out of the development gap a wreck yep i ninety five when where and have been approved uh in grew six point five million or already in the sectors of her had been awarded to come to work for in march of this year gama material was the leader in promoting cranium creek our apartment concord of new york city missing threecoloured for good to go with the maternal of beautiful 55 story forty four storeys budi okay slurred so what do you think that has to do with where we are today a we've got to go ahead the 195 commission action we doomed got it new article one hundred rupiah real ran mac into the what percentage of governor gina raimondo vision for the former army fired wearing warmer required where the worked for building uh be hiring with a tree powerful should be along the river what could have said that they want access to the river meaning to the one hand fakhri power the be alert okay in the.
"fakhri" Discussed on Throwing Shade
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