18 Burst results for "Fehb"

"fehb" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

02:26 min | Last month

"fehb" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Ladies. Here on Saturday doing around the square circle on get vocal was going. You're moving me around. Just just blew me up. My bed and Mike was like this. Is. Happens on. Really I do one that'll walk the whole thing. I don't even know if people hero heroes. I. Don't worry. Don't worry. Guys Guitar Center Coming Soon I just tap this shit. G Some guy come on come on this. Gentleman Jada S anti here. Of course, with my boils ski. Rats. What will you do? What we basically discuss this week is that we can wrestling boy was there a lot of shit going on leading up to big events in coming out of big events? So absolutely, we have all out this weekend well, it by the time it comes out already be done We have Monday night raw smackdown aws the to talk about but I do want give a quick shout out to a few things before we start and we have awol all out predictions to go through before we before the before we start this up everyone on give vocal hope you guys could join in and getting the conversation. Because I want to know what you think is important about the aid that we predictions. But before we do predictions I, WanNa give a shout to read because he he suggested a book last week. Called K. fehb stories you don't hear from you are supposed to hear what your whatever it is. Finally, found how to download the Audio Book and it is absolutely outstanding like I said. To an hour of it so far maybe even less. But. Amazing Stories and it actually tells you how it shows you how grimy the business can truly be on thanks bag while you dickhead but I'm listening to that right now and I'm in love with it. So I'll give you more updates as we go by I. Only I'm only like into the intro so I can't go super foreign to I just anyone who loves the wrestling business like we do to check check that out ready listening to you listen to any update on the new book of shown, Oliver the. What the Hell? As. I tell you hear myself do it and my hair out. Here we go you. Four Sean Oliver's other book. It's more of a business sense kind of book book..

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"fehb" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

Water and The Spirit Podcast

03:48 min | 2 months ago

"fehb" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast

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What Ruined City Lies Under Tunisia's Waters?

BrainStuff

03:32 min | 2 months ago

What Ruined City Lies Under Tunisia's Waters?

"Episode from our former host Christian Sagar. This one is about the ruins of a lost Roman city off the coast of Northern, Africa and evidence about what led to its loss a. plus a more fishy finding. FEHB rain stuff Christian Sager here archaeologists recently discovered more than fifty acres twenty hector's of Roman ruins off the coast of northeastern. Tunisia. That's a small country on the northern tip of Africa and situated on the Mediterranean Sea the discovery has researchers believing they may have finally found some convincing evidence that the city of Neapolis not to be confused with the Italian city of the same name that Neapolis was wiped out by a natural disaster about a thousand, six hundred and fifty years ago in addition to streets and monuments. Researchers found about one hundred tanks that would have been used to produce a garum that's a fish based fermented condiment commonly consumed in ancient Rome. In an email, how stuff works spoke to Carlos F Norrena associate professor of history at the University of California Berkeley he says that the discovery is important because it lends support to the theory that Tunisia Neapolis was submerged by a soon Nami in the fourth century. That's a useful reminder that environmental catastrophe is not only a phenomenon of the modern world scientists wrote in a twenty thirteen study in the journal Nature that as soon Nami was caused by an earthquake that occurred in three, sixty, five C E in Crete. There's no sure fire way to know the extent of the quake since measuring tools didn't exist at the time, but scientists believe to separate tremors happened in. Succession and the larger one had a magnitude of eight point zero on the Richter scale. The resulting soon Nami destroyed about fifty thousand homes and killed approximately five thousand people in the city of Alexandria Egypt and because the geological fault at the center of the earthquake was located off the coast of Crete that Greek island was actually lifted up in certain areas by as much as thirty three feet or ten meters. Historian. Honest Mercer lineas recorded the event and the newly found ruins reveal that there's much more to the story. NERINA says, the discovery also illuminates the economy of Roman. North Africa and provides further evidence for the popularity of Garum in the Roman Diet. The detail is significant. Garum was a big deal throughout the Roman Empire and as Italian archaeologist Claudio Geraldino has NPR it played a major role in the society's economy. He says that according to the Roman writers, a good bottle of garum could cost something like five hundred dollars today but that they also had garum for slaves that extremely cheap. So it is comparable to a modern amenity like. For instance, the underwater findings of Neapolis and it's abundant manufacturing materials indicate that the city was a major historical hub Neapolis, which means new city

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"fehb" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"fehb" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"You were never supposed Dr K fehb, which is funny because you have so much less access to these wrestlers. Right, right. Where now you have so much more access in like their social media's is like a blend between their real life and K fehb. And so as we as as a weird blend now, but yeah. Yeah. Tocchet fehb out. Hey, y f a b you wanna search it? Well, other things that are moving along. We used to have to only see our wrestlers on TV once a week on Ross. And now we can follow them twenty four hours a day on a and same deal with accessing our favorite televised programming. Otherwise, the cord has been officially cut. It was truly cut because the the numbers were learning this because of the numbers for pay TV subscribers verses cable subscribers right? Well, yeah. I mean, you know, the whole idea of cable cord cutters used to be like hippy people or just like people who are like against the establishment, like I'm not paying from our corporate entertainment. And now people become like have less money to just throw away on like eighty dollars a month on cable, you know, people like streaming more. And the streaming has now sort of led to this other form of cord cutting where he was doing, you know, give. Their money to spectrum whoever. Right. You know, how however liable that is. But yet they went from in twenty eighteen two point nine million pay TV subscribers ended their subscriptions. And so that's almost twice what it wasn't twenty seventeen when it was one and a half million. Yeah. And there's a lot of people that you know, there's like sling TV or directtv now, which they call skinny bundles to try and keep people still on the hook. But even then that's not really offsetting the deserters. Yes. So they had these skinny bundles that they introduced in two thousand seventeen and there was like ninety percent growth year over year. But then in twenty eighteen a lot of people probably law. Third job at those cable companies because it slowed from ninety percent growth to nineteen percent growth. Yemen. I have PlayStation VUE, and I just cut it. Yeah. Like, I don't watch TV. I watched program, right?.

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"fehb" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"fehb" Discussed on High and Mighty

"L is unreal. It's great. And he's only hundred water. When he plays when he he also plays the indeed like a huge, it makes him my idol. There's something about all of us guys. Who like, you know, I love magic gathering. We all like it not thing. Also, we're more formulaic, and we like to admit trying to be like, that's what makes me different. But we're going back to hot wrestling guys. Oh, yeah. So like I on apologetic on the podcast for for, you know, the term K fehb. Yeah. Yes. Well, using the term gay fehb where it's like know. You gave. But none of what you know. And not a way. In case. Some of my listeners don't know. A wrestling K fehb is your is your stick is your character's like premise, right? You're like like. And then when they say like that's don't break. K fehb is like the rock is doing the eyebrow. And being alpha all like you keep your character up. Yeah. Like the undertaker when he is the undertaker that's in K fehb, right? When he's Mark Calloway, whatever. Yeah. He's that's him. Just being a guy who likes guns. Man. The undertaker was like the first like we talked about this too much. But the undertaker was like when when wrestling was like, hey, why are we sticking to reality? So much. That was like the year where they were like can we have like why reality? Let's just make peop-. Some people are like at cyborgs like. Yeah. All right. Let's we'll. Sometimes it's kind of a risk, right? Like we like we when you came on community wrestling. We we've talked about the publisher go moments fucked me up as a child. Curse on alternate. Laurie vomiting. What is this show? And I of course, I like it even more because now it's like fucking dungeons dragons, there's like wizards and fuck and warriors, and I loved it. But it was like when wrestling change to like break reality. But now, I think it's it's swung back. Right. There's there's no one who's K fehb is like other worldly, the listen there is a couple. We talked about this on the podcast this week or couple of guys who teeter that line. There's this guy Bray white. It was kind of like a cult leader. And he kind of controlled the lights a little bit. He has some like some supernatural elements to, but it's really interesting because he's a fantastic actor guy could easily be in movies, probably will be ten years, Vince, grinds and down to a fucking. No soul. Hollywood. But. Yeah, like, so he could sell he could sell that. But then there's this other guy who's like he has gimmick where it's like you get me. Really mad fin Ballard. If you give me really, by the way, speaking of gay guys, Avs or incredible guys bodies. Unbelievable, gorgeous, man, like, crystal blue eyes. Anyway, I'm sorry. Listeners dance is rolled back in his head and he fell asleep for three minutes edited out. Oh, yes. Fainted again. But. He he does when he's angry. He becomes like the demon. But he's not really a great actors more of the heartthrob what I mean. So the team in character doesn't land people love it. But you don't buy like it's more for fun rollers the other guy with selling and at the it's part of what makes wrestling so good, and like undertaker, you kind of like are like you're like little scare like undertakers gonna put so. And so in the coffin that means they're dead. Like, why are you wrestling a guy who just got out of the ground? It's amazing. Someone can sell you like they're wearing a you know, the costume is dumb. It's a costume. But then sometimes you're like he might be satanist guys. Guys, spandex on and gloves. He could easily be an undated character..

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"fehb" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"This special CD an IRA rates member FDIC it was a chaotic scene on sixty four forty at Jefferson and it wasn't an accident four people were shot just after eleven last night police, aren't releasing any other details. Other than, to say, all, four victims. Are in stable condition in an unrelated incident twenty-five minutes earlier a man was. Shot at north twenty-third in Salisbury north city a. Six thousand dollar reward. Is being offered in the killing in a metro bus. Stop Tuesday night while we don't know the suspect we know now. The name of the innocent bystander shot and killed near. Saint Louis university it's Craig Fehb a longtime spokesman for the county health department chief medical officer Emily says everyone. Is stunned Certainly unexpected death is always very traumatic when it happens in. A way that. Is so, senseless and random I think it's even. Harder to figure out how to grieve grief counselors were on hand police say the forty eight year old the fab. Was shot by accident is two men nearby were arguing. In one pulled out a gun and opened fire one of the men arguing was also shot but survived the, gunman, ran, north, on grant and. Got away if you have any information call crime stoppers anonymously at eight six six three seven one tips I'm Michael Calhoun stepping off the westbound. Blue line Metrolink where security has definitely been visible twenty four hours after, the shooting at the grand stop not only was there a security guard on every train that, I rode but also. Security guards with their fluorescent jackets at, every station through the. City of Saint Louis including the grand station once we cross past, Clayton and foresight the disabled was county there were no more security guards in the platforms also county police and also. Not a lot of discussion about the recent crime amongst the passengers in. These Metrolink. Trains were pretty full cammo x. continues to follow developments in Kirkwood with efforts to halt curbside Recycling efforts, turns out they are not alone. As processor resource management has informed several local communities that it can no longer accept mixed recycled waste gene Ponzi with. The Saint Louis Jefferson solid waste management district admits it's. A time of crisis for local recycling programs thanks to contamination only a certain amount of stuff range of stuff, that, goes, in, there that's all. That should go in there no bowling ball's no taxidermy deer heads no lawn chairs no hoses no plastic bags not your cat not your little. Brother she says the latest public awareness campaign encourages residents to think empty, rinsed and dry before they toss items into the recycling bend even if you're a die hard, blues fan you probably. Wouldn't recognize the inside of enterprise center, right now it's a. Total construction zone and there's even a whole new level being added, where a two storey ceiling used to be VP of sports and entertainment operations Alex Rodriguez says fans will see the. Difference when the season starts this was really kind of a personal journey Here because we're now changing their seat we're able. To improve our concession stands are food and beverage offerings create new gathering spaces one. Addition Anheuser Busch beer garden with view of the ice action thanks to a thirteen hundred square foot opening that's been cut into, the arena bowl your first chance to check out the overhauled enterprise center will. Actually be a maroon five concert on September thirteenth hey coming up at five twenty two. Police are calling the death of a. Five-year-old Jennings girl? Suspicious. We'll have more, details, on that, and your, forecast we'll see, how the rest. Of this week is. Going to shape out it almost feels like a fall morning out, there right now kmox news time is five now page from. The diary of Flo dear diary the ghost, is back this house is protected through progressive but. That doesn't. Mean it's not haunted how, else would you explain that.

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"fehb" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"That that is a big part of this whole kind of movement to you know like because the way the fans react because of the culture of the culture i'm not gonna say that it's more of a naive thing so something right word but or if it's innocent or whatever but i still think that in japan there is a little bit of an element of the k fehb to rack definitely and even those guys they work for new japan or whatever but there's a little bit of doubt in their mind that's still they're still going now didn't look like anything else that i've seen these guys do before i wonder these guys might not like each other you know whenever you have a great angle it's always always it goes in like rustling might be a show but those guys are serious something's going on between those guys that's the best feeling yeah lelet club that you saw you mentioned how they became this huge thing because i don't think there's any original bullet cup members even left is there yeah that will toma tomasson and follow those are the that's it yeah that's it they're like the geez there the they were the court for they call themselves which which is like i was the first dry and then for fale anderson gallos finn val dhamma yes so the first one was in ballard then fale then anderson than tomah right and gals in there as well right and then gal came right after then as each guy leaves these jay fit finley's aj comes in he's their leaves kennedy comes in he's the head of the brain exactly exactly was that a kind of a shock for you i mean obviously you're in new japan company guy now a few years ago when shinsegei gals and anderson.

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"fehb" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on EconTalk

"Is actually quite boring in that way i think that was part of this as well this is where the guy hits the other guy over there with a chair and the bloods real it's it's not staged gawker really does go out of business nick that really does get goes into personal bankruptcy is result of the of the of a wrestling term for that they call it a shoot and that's when a match that is scripted the wrestlers break script and it becomes an actual fight and there's a moment where you actually passes this down to two hogan through the intermediaries and says you know they think this is kay fehb that's the wrestling term for fake it's actually shoot it's going to be a real lawsuit and i think at some ways docker was just never believed this was going to trial and and we're so caught off guard when it did so let's let's get into the the issues that are that are at stake here beyond the inner tena which is tremendous of as i said this is a book that i really i couldn't put it down the the twists and turns the portrait's of the individuals are just you did a superb job i wanna salvage how'd you figure out what actually happened how did how did ryan holiday not a gawker employees how to ryan they come to be able to give us what appears to be inside information about mr a the person who proposed this about peter thiel about nick denton it is weird one of the things that surprised me about this is i thought i would have to be entirely dependent on sort of access to these sources it when i actually sat down and i read the legal documents or something that twenty five thousand pages of legal documents it became pretty clear to me as i finish them how how little they had actually been read by the media that had reported so extensively on this story so this goes that earlier part that like hey the media let says they investigate things but in fact tend to stop at the superficial level because they just don't have time and so being able to do this as a book i had a lot more time at a lot more resources i could step back.

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"fehb" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

The Masked Man Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on The Masked Man Show

"Must show how many times not honor atlanta mzimela they let you sit ringside at wsb events i went to a raw it's it's been since i met stephanie it's been every time i've asked which is only been twice with summer slam ray and raw february 20th last year have you been on the show now at the first time i went i like pitch something hard 'cause i did not know how like the backstage politics work there so i think i like pitch something to stephanie hoehne because i tried to pull i just explained to her what i had been pitching for the previous month to like this woman joy lynn who deals with like celebrity relations are and it was when sammi was cyclewight knee baby facing was feuding with samoa joe and i had this whole thing where samoa joe does it was it was actually pretty it was a good way to kick me on raw vahid on me laugh through the story on man it's it's it's it all makes no sense now because in hindsight like none of these story lines are active but it was it was something along the lines of i do like a backstage beal would stephanie humbly huge fan it picks up where we left off her an eye on twitter 'cause like i famously told some story where i lost my figures all of my racing figures she replace them she sent me this really nice care package andrews this nice sing on twitter but then one time i said something about south rollins who was one of my favorite at the time and she in k fehb was just like you should really be more of a you know corporation guy or something like that so whatever so you know i i exchange some things with her in cave and then like i thought that it would be organic on raw to remind people of the inner interaction then i then i just tell stephanie hey.

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"fehb" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"fehb" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

Shut Up & Sit Down

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on Shut Up & Sit Down

"Hello and welcome to the very sixty ninth shot up and sit down podcast podcast all about board games table games kagame's roleplaying games games that you can play in the won't than safety insecurity of your own home which is exactly where i am now looking out over misty vancouver by i'm joined by two people on the other end of the atlantic i am going to be talking about games like charter stone and ex labour is i'm joined by first of all clinton smith what are you gonna told us about how our paul i i'm going to be talking about the expansion for flam rouge pilotage four hundred are we talking about plans of caledonia agai holland's cheese and cheeses of scotland whose with you i can hailing motion in the background i'm cheri racing in the corner when it was match can't stop him from being in motion at any point matt what are you going to be talking about of a dynamic mannquins and i'm gonna be talking about fortress flee favorite fruit fresh ford and fehb in general as the friedman freeze f also plank in space and as maybe just labou discussion about dick building games in general or high box sounds like a lot of games to cover paul it sounds a terrific i hope we have enough space for them i have the safely secure i have nobody is over encumbered let's start with a wall i think is going to be the most exciting game for a lot of people let's talk about the hot new what is called a legacy game a board game that changes as you play gradually revealing its secrets like some kind of exotic dancer dropping his clothes one by one to the floor let's talk about shot a star.

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"fehb" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Today's scriptures from fijian's three beginning with verse 14 for this reason i bow my knees before the fodder for whom every family in heaven and on earth derives its name the god would grant you according to the riches of his glory to be strengthened with power through his spirit in the inner man so the christ may dwell in your hearts through faith and the you being rooted and grounded in love may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the breadth and length and height and depth and to know the love of christ which surpasses knowledge the you may be filled up to all the fullness of god now to god who was able to do far more abundantly beyond all we ask or think according the his power the works within us to him be the glory in the church and incrase jesus to all generations forever and ever on then god by definition is infinite therefore are finite human minds can't fully grasp or understand god god's thoughts god's ways it's impossible for us to know god or is it cs lewis one said there was an author who writes a book and in the writing of the book in the story line v author loves the characters he has created so much that the author once those characters to know him the author personally it's impossible right the author lives in a different dimension it is impossible unless the author rights himself into the book snared tune into the story line that the authorites himself into the lives of those characters that he cherishes so that the characters encounter him in the real story of their existence god desires to know us he's created us but he wants to share life with us he wants us to know his love he wants us to know him personally through jesus christ and for us to share life with god by fehb that's what the whole of the christmas stories about your member john one fourteen the word became flesh and dwelt among us we be held his glory gloria's of the only be garden of the father full of grace and true so as you think about the god who created the world the god who hung the stars in place and by his power sustains the orbit of the planets around the sun the god who hold the universe also is the.

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"fehb" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Five four thirty three eighty eight very quick word about religion concerning the shooting the it it turns out that the shooter had a father who's a computer programmer in an accountant any enlisted in the air force soon after he graduated from high school in two thousand nine he served as a lowranking airman in logistics readiness unit after he was dismissed from the air force after he spent a year in confinement because of his attack on a stepson and his wife he got a job as an aidid a youth bible school in kings ville taxes helping their minds grow and prosper he said friend said on facebook that in more recent years mr the individual had become vocally antichristian to the point where many stopped communicating with him his facebook page which has since been deleted listed that he liked a number of atheist roots he was always talking about how people who believe in god we're stupid and he was trying to preaches atheism one of his facebook friends said shia unfriendly him because of it curtis in seattle courtesy are on the michael medved show and michael are you sure your uh i'm gonna call in fehb disagreed with you about whether someone like a shooter should have been able to purchase a fire right uh you you you think he should have been able to purchase those firearms uh i don't believe he should have but for different reasons i think then you might let me explain my position defending amendment did not grant right you agree i mean it for a right that existed prior to correct that's correct reading so if you operate on that basis 50 right to selfdefence the right to own arms for that purpose among other reason if a natural human right in an odd not be denied anybody who we deem fit to while no no you can thoroughfare can forfeit rights you have a right to go ahead and go out and work you have a wiped walk around you have a right to travel those rights her lost if you go to prison and i i'm sorry there there is no natural right to buy an ar fifteen or any other kinds of firearms he bought those.

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"fehb" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Back to the plight better hope given quite talking to you about you aaron ward good let's talk about eight years ago offered program a what i wanna tell you what you're going to want to check it out is a marketing fehb marketing got walk and get a program although a bit about yourself and the ad marketing at poet kabir thanks for having me up twelve years ago when it became a dad for the first time it felt like the whole world speaking at my wife and i felt like i would not included whether it with your doctor equipment for a welcome back their child at appointment or you're talking to someone that you mediafriendly it at the store uh an an act of everything that you that you read it it seemed like a whole world with beaten by white but i got thinking wait a minute avenue equal peric much here i'm just those involved them all the different ways 'cause i work for living and they at home but i'm still very much an equal copper could parent in the same way the here and third at a about four years ago i start thick the drop logging and right about the different way that uh marketing and advertising kind of glueck bothers and how it you know it it it very impact the family and and and make that he'll wept dowden and by ilic by beacon could that it at a better way and more frequently we can we can include father and the picture and it can be also very profitable and that's when i met a couple of dad for the west coast phenomenal dad who really know the marketing and and parenting game out better than i do and we third talk about how we get all different the more of a consulting firm and.

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"fehb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I on june darko fehb rapidly put one hundred ninety three thousand predraft who i believe is going to go actually no prepacked it will eventually end up and in collection the coun if i'm not able to be a mountain poll now um and what is your income now so i very um what here i i made one hundred ninety thousand um i i got married here so combined income the king me and my wife and should be here at lee uh about one hundred two hundred thousand on it but it here although whilst you guys are on the home side and so what i'm going to just put this on our night three in the debt snowball and knock it out as fast as our can cause ugo wonderful income you'll be different two years going to collections a you start throwing twenty thirty thousand bucks this thing are it's going to go away really really fast you make a lot of money you're of get our real tight budget and clean up the mess so i i've never heard of this i'm curious about the learn something you went to a service academy one of the military the academy's got dis enrolled and they back charge you for all the tuition if her so yeah little known fact if you are all pretty much under any circumstance owing junior year you're either out the refined recoup and on and it goes to the pen binding when accounting for written initially and if it now eight it goes over to the us treasury so you have the option of serving as an enlisted person if you get this enrolled for a period of time and that is forgiven yes sir ford about option i i was given an honorable discharge the payback wow so like west point as an example you can get hammered with this by did not know that learn something while well the only good news in this story as you make a lot of money so.

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"fehb" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on WDRC

"On the talk of connecticut fred do this radio show only on the talk of connecticut dinah that is after 5 o'clock good morning good morning good morning and here we are here we are rare undergo hope you are all feeling well my dear friends talk of connecticut channelled three early warning weather is going to be a mostly sunny unseasonably warm and low humidity day how 'bout that a high near 85 and tonight clear skies lows round sixty two a tomorrow mostly sunny and warm but not too humid highs near eighty six and that's good news so we're going to have a couple of a nice days any way right now well got hartford at sixty one waterbury at fifty eight an end field at fifty six degrees all right a pleasant good morning to all of you eric is back with us eric was on vacation our producer eric or benowitz great to have you back with his eric and of course the first thing that we do every morning usually less we have a a story that is gonna break out all the news we don't have one of those we have some hot storage this morning donald trump's in the do news again naturally we'll get to that in a little bit but the first thing i want to do is uh invite you to join me and we'll do the pledge of allegiance in them this morning one of by fehb rich jars shapiro we'll do our national anthem but first let's do the pledge i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands one nation under god indivisible with liberty and justice for all now josh shapiro and our national anthem oh god long long lines who want sold com no but wa launched us books oh i saw on earth bond more though wong said sol god's movies la la france la la oh woonahm god's runoff all cern gon na tawes and an old god ooh and all belong uh.

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"fehb" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"What a change joe is they initially had fehb the federal employees health benefits package which i had as a secret service agent and really it's just like an employee sponsored healthcare plan and they played whatever is ten twenty percent of the of the premiums you give him saying that was all wiped out and then they had to go into the exchanges and with their own money by insurance they didn't like that although remember it's good enough for you joe it's just not good enough for them yeah that's right that's pretty that's exactly how a typical congressmen should probably sound so they took they they lobbied for a subsidy or a taxpayerfunded bailout for them and they got it which is amazing beat it's just the incredible what happened and geoghegan look it up section thirteen twelve the subsection three d go check it out yourself you think i'm making this up they are now getting money to go buy insurance for them in their staffs and here's the kicker joe got themselves declared small businesses that congress has under fifty employees now how that's possible how congress would have under fifty employees given that there's four hundred thirty five members of congress how that's possible is only dcb at that's like that fuzzy math and we're talking about the al gore fuzzy may have i i don't know how they came up with that number that congress is in fact a small business so if you when your liberal friends tell you there is no of exemption congressional exemption for obamacare say really than how did they get out of the fehb because no one in congress is in the federal employees health benefits burgum anymore oh because of the obamacare exemption what how did they wind up in the small business exchanges they're not a small business all because omb let them and how many poised to have to be in the small positions of fifty also you're telling me congress has fifty employees has are possible be in at this four hundred thirty five members of congress do new do you understand liberals to you constantly guys ladies.

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"fehb" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"fehb" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Time then wti are following a new hampshire victory here in game one of a double header at fehb feel good evening had been hit three the b2 senators and what is game one of a regain a series of poor new hampshire's sixrun head one error and the gone up goes left on day one two three four and five men left for the gatt as for harrisburg reruns big bit no errors and horman left gonna be more the national look billion will aggravate rob their twenty seven game even the great you can get win number twenty in game number repeat made ball could be played however and began look good we've been double header but let me how this one laid out here it up and be feel in the first sitting senator got burn early ron ever alec heller bingo to begin the bottom of the opening rain he advancing second on a ground out and in third on another all the with at holly soto at the way keller able to come across on a wild pitch from counter bring that would be a tally after one harrisburg led one nothing until the fourth bennett a four run fourthwicket return had doubted run for good ryan make room reached to begin that rain on his winning strikeout leader in got by the catch your vehicle wild hit the groom released on the couch herald ramirez followed with a single and then give loeb was batting with runners had heard in third nobody out and local waited a might appear with a double down the rightfield line after a lie on commander he on gutter high court loeb from second made.

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