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China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:39 min | 1 year ago

China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects

"China's space blitz of ladies continuing with the launch of two more Bedell three navigation satellites followed by new Sino Brazilian birth observation satellite. The Belle three twenty three and twenty four navigation satellites were flooding into orbit aboard a Long March. Three B rocket from the Chiang Satellite concentre in South West than China's Sichuan Province the spacecraft are the forty third and forty fourth in the navigation satellite system the seventeenth and eighteenth of the and you bedell three navigation. Satellites and the twenty third and twenty fourth Bedell satellites placed into medium earth orbit marking the completion of the Corbett. Our three constellation the system however China plans to launch another eight bit after satellites next year as open space three intermediate obits three into inclined geosynchronous orbits and two digit stationary orbits. Meanwhile just days after the Dow Three Launch Beijing launched along fulbe rocket from its tie you and Satellite Loan Center Center in northern China's Yangtze province carrying any joy Chinese Brazilian earth. Resources satellite the CIBA's for a new probe replaced the existing CIBA's his four satellite which was launched back in two thousand fourteen and you spacecraft's equipped with three optical payloads at Chinese built wide range pancreatic multispectral camera brazilian-built zillion built Monte Spectral camera and Brazilian built wide field imager. The pro bowl clicked remote sensing data surveying land resources and environmental conditions and undertaking undertaking research into climate change. The mission also carried it small microsatellites into orbit including Ethiopia's first-ever spacecraft. The actress won a Wide Range H.. Mahdi spectral remote sensing satellite Russian Space Forces of launch the Soyuz to I'm Bay rocket carrying Glonass M navigation satellite into orbit put the Soyuz equipped with forget stage was launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome eight hundred kilometers north of Moscow. The spacecraft was successfully deployed into a one thousand nine thousand one hundred kilometer high orbit way. It will replace an all. The satellite Glenis is a Russian satellite navigation system similar to America's GPS China's maddow and and Europe's Galileo global satellite navigation systems. The Glonass Constellation consists of twenty four satellites of three over the planes with eight satellites in age designed for a seven year life span the gloss M is a one thousand four hundred fifteen kilograms second generation navigation satellite. It's not known how many more gloss US satellites are likely to be launched as Moscow's already started flying. The newer more Advanced Third Generation Glonass K one and is expected to begin flights of even more Lord Vance K to

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"fulbe" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Get Up!

"On the Adam Schefter podcast revealed. He is changed Blair, listen. Give me quick break some of the quarterback facing this year. Man, we wanna do this again. You know, I'm not gonna do this again. We do play some good quarterback this year, of course. But part of the quarterback I'm most excited about is Nick Lowe's, don't have to play against him. Of course he's a great teammate on the few interactions. We've had it's been great great man. Great player as well has nothing to prove to anybody SuperBowl champion Super Bowl MVP. So I hope he comes out here place, free nosy in support of everybody. That's maturity right there. I'm growing man. Your four from me, man. I'm a different me. At is what Jalen Ramsey says, what does swag who's saying, I'm growing manned, translates to I'm a year away from getting my bag, so I'm not gonna make any crazy outlandish statements in the more until I get paid. Then I'll go back to being Jalen Ramsey. I'm just play the game right now in order to secure all the money that they made a conscious decision not to pay money this year. Is he one of the two or three best at his positional? No question about it turn the tape bone. You know, me GM tape guy got are in the film when this guy's playing in man-to-man or in zone. He can play in both systems and he's a successful, thriving player. All right. Next up on swaggie says, let's talk about saints receiver. Michael Thomas had a great year in two thousand eighteen first team all pro yesterday. His teammate Cameron Jordan was on NFL network at made the case that Thomas should be the highest paid receiver in the league. Here's the exact quote pay the main nobody's done. What he's done in his first three years, more recess. Options who said Moore and his first three years is catch rates speaks for itself. That's what Cam Jordan says. What is goosing, first of all, can I? Get a hand clap to Cam Jordan, Fulbe a positive about his teammate in the media. It seems like that's rare these days in the NFL and here's the thing like pay demand because he is. And he is it's part of what the saints offense is he's been that guy that's turned into the mainstay for drew Brees now being the highest pay receiver. Gee, I don't know about all of that, but they should pay them in his numbers of ridiculous. But Julio Jones know he's he Deandra Hopkin knows is he Odell no Amari Cooper. Yes. So he deserved to be paid a lot, but not like those transcend guys because of my recuperate point he was going to get paid..

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Vegas bullish on Knicks' summer, '20 title odds

SportsCenter AllNight

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Vegas bullish on Knicks' summer, '20 title odds

"You go to ask because the NBA playoffs are going on. And of course, always so much interest. Not only in the actual games. But what goes on off the floor in the off season, which is coming up. This summer Vegas seems pretty high on the Knicks chances of landings from free agents. Because is this. The Knicks have opened at sixteen to one to win the twenty twenty championship. Well, it's a classic case of Fulbe wants save on the. Twice on me. You know, it's it goes back to two thousand eleven when we hadn't seen this kind of free agent movement. Like, we do now LeBron summer two thousand ten Chris Bosh and Wade in Miami. And the books were hung out the dry ridiculous. So now that we've seen it. And we saw to rank goes boyer's oddsmakers are not going to be caught off guard again, they know better, and it's important to realize the futures market or the long shot odds they are one way betting, which means you can just bet twelve to one sixteen to one whatever it is. It's not like a point spread we can both sides minus three plus three now. So if you're only putting up a one way bet, but you can't bet Knicks not win the title, you're gonna air on the side of caution. Now, these sports do to make it fair to give some decent value. But with all that being said there in the business of making money so knowing that it's not too bad. They're gonna put up lower odds in Durant doesn't sign or they don't get to stars then they'll adjust accordingly, but it's fun for tea or betters players take a shot and make some wagers create interest. But they're not going to be held liable. They're reading the same. You know, wards Twitter that we are and everyone they're not dumb. I don't know. Doug. I mean, you get kyri you get Kevin Durant and Zion. Williamson. We know he's going to be a Nick. I think those odds are actually not I think they're good. I think it's actually a good bet to take at this point because they're so going to be shoe

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"fulbe" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Booker said the vicious attack when actor Jesse was an attempted modern day lynching Kamala Harris calling the attack and attempted modern day lynching also shaken by the story is horrible term for this is a horrible story story says is this horrific renders and unacceptable. Absolutely despicable. Yeah. A lot of people can't believe this is actually happening in twenty nineteen. It's hard to believe that we're reporting that were even saying words like this and twenty nine thousand nine. This is America. America. Now with all of these people apologize as as profusely and call him an outrage if it turns out as the two guys who attacked him one of them worked for him, and they're both black and they flew to Nigeria right after the attack. And they say that he paid them to do this. There was America. Announce this is that he's an abomination that he smeared America's name with complete collusion of the lying media. Will they ever announced that this will become a non story by friends with the speed with which the Catholic kid story became a non story. They lie because they don't even care about the truth left to understand. They care about racism, sexism, homophobia, Islamophobia. They don't care about truth. That's how they morally live with themselves on the left. We are good people. We are fighting bad things. Sexism is let's see sexism intolerance, the phobia album, Fulbe Islam, a phobia racism bigotry transgender, we are fighting this. So we can lie in the name of a cost Churchill lie to deceive. We can lie to the the American people. This isn't that a country? That's the reason that this is a non-issue to them. I heard the NPR report today. It was it was so downplayed it was almost funny. Well, nothing has been corroborated. The of course, never mentioned the word black or African American when they actually really are African American there from Senegal they mentioned once JIRA excuse me, they mentioned once they're from Nigeria. That was the way they got around not reporting. What when when they're white you sure flying out there white. But if they're not white, you sure don't find out. They're not white by column comes out tomorrow. My weekly Tuesday column, it is about how truth is not a left-wing value. It's a liberal value. It's a conservative Jewish value, which a Christian value. It's a Muslim value. It is a Buddhist value with his Hindu value. It is an atheist value value is a believers value, but it is not a leftist value. If you're on the left, you do not value truth or you wouldn't be out of left..

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"fulbe" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Wants lease. Shame on you. We'll be twice. Shame on me. Fulbe three times. Shame. Both of us. Will we get fooled again will Hillary Clinton? Sending signals now that she's considering a third run for the presidency. I guess the real question. I have leases are you with her? I'm not gonna tell you who I'm voting for this early. Kind of the reason radio show is to share these sort of perspectives. Listen to me, though, I don't know who I'm voting for this early. It's too early to tell too early to tell I think, we know we're Hillary Clinton stands on a lot of things considering that she's run twice before. Yeah. But I don't know who else is going to be in the running. I mean, I would have thought Elizabeth Warren would be interesting. But you know, this latest thing about this. You know, this latest thing when she signed up on her Texas application for law law location. You know, she's native American. I mean, I don't like that. I'm sorry. I don't like that. That's a disqualifier for you. Then. Yeah. That really is up there. I really don't like that. You think you'll even go ahead with it knowing that she's going ANSI sorta headwinds now that she's been painted brightly as a liar. Right. I don't like using that word very often almost gets overused here. But she said she never used her heritage. To advance her career, and it appears that and by the way after that signature doesn't advance her career. Well, that's not what I was gonna say that besides that she has said since there may be other documents that come out where I am American Indian on applications. So this isn't just the state bar perfunctory application that she filled out. She that she says she was American Indian on there's probably other places, and she was trying to get ahead of that. But I don't see how she possibly can run. But get back to Hillary Clinton for a moment. She said, and this is why people are thinking now she may actually jump into this race was I think given her she's had some health problems. Let's face it. You just don't pass out in front of a ban on a perfectly fine Seventy-three degree day, two months before presidential election. If you're doing okay, she's had falls in the past. There are doctors that leading ones by the way, including President Obama's old doctor that said that she probably at the time you should see in her all just on a regular basis all those things that she's not young anymore. I get the President Trump is seventy. One she's a little bit younger, but it is grueling and you could tell during the last campaign season. I guess she thought she had it run one. But she got completely outworked by Trump in terms of her doing one day in her him doing three. So I don't know if she has the energy because once you run for president twice. I mean, I keep rarely get through a three hour radio shift. I can only imagine what that's like to run for president. But here's what she said though, where people are leaving the door open for the possibility a little bit. She said, quote, you know, the tidal wave of women and young people running for office is helping to build an America. That's not only kinder, fair bigger hard, but safer, stronger and more secure. She goes on to say, and this is where does the money quote? Apparently that speaker Nancy Pelosi proves that it takes a woman to get things done. Now, you could say that's just cheerleading type of girly kind of stuff. But I gotta tell you when you get three more million votes than your opponent. Like, she didn't two thousand sixteen Donald Trump, and it meant nothing and got her concession speech because she didn't win the right states. Right. Michigan all those votes. Well, it it look you could throw for five hundred yards and still lose the game in football, right? In other words, unless you get the two seventy electorally. No, it doesn't it. And then she didn't win. Right. But in her mind, she's saying I lost by seventy seven thousand votes in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. And if yeah. I'll actually campaign there this time. For instance, like I don't think she said foot, Wisconsin, she barely didn't Michigan. If I could do that with my name recognition in my experience, and with these bozos running against me who's really going to beat me in the end. I maybe she would do it. I mean, I think egos a very very to tell those coal miners that they're gonna lose their jobs that was a problem. Yeah. So do that. She had no message in general. And that was the problem. You can't just say vote for me to make me the first woman president, and you could make history. Okay. What's your economic again? Well, she did have a plan and all of that. But she was not. She was not. She was not a great candidate. And I think the emails, you know, whatever we want to call it a scandal. You wanna call the timing? Whatever of that that hurt her. There were a lot of things that hurt her. She was a flawed candidate. I don't think that anyone would tell you that she was not a flawed candidate. But it's it's I don't think what the quotes that. You've just read tell me that she's definitely going to run again. I don't think that either. I, you know, I think that she's she is rob Ryan cheering for women. Women are coming out and greater number and they're running for office in large measure because they despise Donald Trump should run the trying to make the country better. Not just because you don't like somebody. But I'm saying in spy inspired. I dislike. Of the president more the platform. Let's say that the platform. But again, you have to have a message besides I don't like the course of climate change of you know proposals. Tremendous over there off to a great start. So far. A different things. But so so that's kind of what she's getting behind. And I don't think, you know, the statement of takes it has to be a woman to make the change. I think that may be a little bit unfortunate. Because just as the Harvard study that we talked about it, you know, at the end of the hour, the last hour said, you know, Hartford Sunday there said, you know, if man and a woman that you put a man and a woman in a in a room in front of. Front of executives executive always take the man's idea. And think that that's a smarter idea. Even though it's the same idea. Well, you know, it's not fair to say that you could always have the same executive saying always the woman's ideas is a smarter idea when it's the same idea that's not fair point in here somewhere the point is that that. That women just wanted quality both in the political world and in in in economic world. So for her for Hillary Clinton to say, it has to be a woman. That's not right either on saying is that if she wasn't going to run I think she would have said so by now like, look, I've I'm standing I'm getting out of the way, and she leaves that door open. Licensed Danta lies ING out there, and she has a built an infrastructure. So if she jumped back in she had in that regard, no in that regard of having infrastructure. I think she would be pulling to your point she's horrible candidate at a lot of Democrats do not like her because he lost what they saw as can I finish. Okay. Let's move on. Let's move on. I disagree with the infrastructure. And I'll tell you why why is that the infrastructure would be completely falling apart because the very high level people in the Democrats Democratic Party come to her. It would close the door, and they would say Hillary Rodham Clinton, don't run please don't run we will not support you we meaning the highest level at the democratic supporting party will not support you. We will not put our money behind you Borelli behind the infrastructure, the Democratic Party. Okay. We'll leave it there. Did you know lease? Yes. Going back into your sweet spot US supreme court yesterday. Blocked. Louisiana state Louisiana from forcing a law that women's group said with leave only a single doctor legally allowed to perform abortions in the state. This was a five four vote with chief Justice John Roberts coming back to bite the Republicans. Once again, conservatives you could say voted with the courts liberal members. Wow. That's a stunning stunning decision. Because when Cavanaugh finally got confirmed that horrible Lee contentious hearing, you would think that decisions like this would go the way of the conservative bent. And instead this is this is a big one. So what happened here break it down for? All right. Well, it's breaking it down is his court is made this decision made its way or made it the the the the ruling made its way to the supreme court because Louisiana's had a law that really threatened to leave one abortion clinic. In the state of Louisiana. And so that it would make it so impossible for women to get abortions in the whole state and the way that they would do that would require Louisiana law would require abortion providers to have admitting principles privileges for nedical providers to have admitting privileges in hospitals is the right decision. It's it's the right decision. But it is a kick. The can the kick the can down the the the proverbial street kind of decision because it will become before the court in October or June of next year latest. So it's interesting because the Thursday ruling add Cavanaugh voting with conservatives. Thomas Alito in Gorsuch, and again Roberts, boy, the George W Bush nominee eventually confirmed supreme court Justice, I of ObamaCare now here, it's it's quite remarkable. Anyway, now's your chance to score the perfect date for Valentine's Day only six. Six days away. Lease just be the first caller right now a correctly identify the following tune. And if you know that song, call one eight hundred three to one zero seven ten now, you could win tickets to see new kid on the block Joey McIntyre in waitress on Broadway and dinner before the show. That's a good night out better than the one. I'll be riding my wife, actually, Valentine's Day kind of like amateur hour is always so crowded. So we go out the next night or the night before it's it's actually the way to go. But in this case, you could go out Valentine's Day, Joey McIntyre waitress on Broadway goodstuff dinner before get tickets at waitress musical dot com. When we come back. 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"fulbe" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

Why Won't You Date Me?

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?

"Date me podcast for me? Nicole buyer tries to figure out how I'm still single even though I don't have a gag reflex. I love to suck. Dick, my guest today is a real treat. You know, you'll ever she was every drag race and she won all stars three tricks. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Okay. I need everybody. As a listener. Now, this podcast, and everybody know what you look like when you do this. You guys don't the call is seated on a couch hands in the air back and forth doing a full production. Yeah. I mean, I wasn't meant for podcasts. I was meant to be filmed shearing Fulbe, not a phobia. I'm not wearing lashes. Lazy get out. Okay. Goodbye. I mean, she has on point shoes. She has. I got a kilo shirt on. I got my wig on. I got a little Tyron. So you can't see where the wig starts in Ann's. Oh that is that's the drag Queen shirk girl. That's your G. I she wears his hair all the time. That's so funny. I am a drag Queen. I mean, I'm not a drug. We are though. I wear lashes almost daily overdrawn my lips. I'm usually contoured wigs. I love a wig. I love a wig girl. Everybody loves weight. I was just talking about this somebody. What is the psychology of no matter who you are? If somebody pulls out like a box of wigs, the most one activity is to just put on a wig in the mirror. There's laugh or just smile and be like, well, this is the new me. Well, it's also funny to be like out of makeup enormous way. Because then it looks silly journey mean. Yes for you. It looks silly me. It's like this is part of me. This is my you ever go to Hollywood twain costume. Of course, I love to go there and put on those fabulous wigs. Down the street at that. They got the Holly outfitters wigs is my favorite. I think it's it's the one closer to world of wonder high fitters wigs are maybe a little more expensive because they're all custom styles. But they're good wakes. I really I wanna find one that's like a high ponytail, but I'm not gonna keeping keeping up with synthetic hair brilliant, well hard because you have to like steam it, and it's a lot of work while if you've got gotta style that you liked that was synthetic you just have to put it in a suitcase put on the road and put it on because human hair the elements heats when that all matters plastic air, plastic hairs, whatever something with a banks. You don't have to gloomy thing. I never anything. I Bob in the shit out of stuff. You sure do. I don't have a little rag around my head. Ooh there. So many Bobby him. I just watched your special long long cascading long. That you want to do the play favorite. I do. I have a special Ed on Netflix. Yesterday. I it's under its group together with this thing called comedians of the world, it's forty seven specials from around the world, and I'm number three in the US lineup. And I'm really excited about it. Did you read the description? No, the description is body comedian, which I always love. In descriptions of stuff like that. If you're a woman who has opinion, your body your body and brass seasons ASI, and then it's his body comedian loves to make jokes about her weight so deal with it. That is. And I was like that's reductive. And I watched it, and I was like they didn't use it. Thirteen minutes of fat jokes that going into agent was like are you sure she was she wanted to thirteen minutes of that? He's like, you don't wanna think that's all you do. I was like, I know it's not all I do. And it's it's half of the special essentially, but it is who I am. When you look at me, and I wanna talk about it never seen. Anyone do that much material on fat stuff? And I made it for fat women, women and gay men. That's my fan base..

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"fulbe" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"So the situation arises when he's just gone to an event nothing to do with us has no idea it was being filmed the audience not in on a toll Stephen Fry whose target is. Stephen is on it. And he's wearing Squibb's and everything he knows scared. He knows this might happen. So he's out on stage. And then we set off these triggers, and it was a polka dot dress. Which Sahan Sahan said was one of the triggers that they use that conditioned him to feel certain things with the Pocono address. There was a ringtone that we used someone's phone went off, and it was a little jingle little Choon that he'd also been conditioned with. And would he do it? Now, he does do it not dive. It's it's a spoiler. But he does do it. But it was interesting because we had we had this whole crowd control thing setup. Because what happens when the three hundred even the audience free impede ones right now. They didn't. Because there was this thing called normalcy bias, which means in these emergency situations. You just you sit and you look around no one else's panicking. Say you don't have the thing. Everyone guy. Oh, it's fake because why didn't the audience freak out, but they didn't freak out because they don't freak out. This is a story of pan. Am flight that had it landed on a Fulbe runway at night and another plane taken off over the top of it and rip the side of this plane off and there was a period of a few minutes that people could escape before this plane was engulfed in flames. And the only people that did with ones that I've been in a similar situation before or had training in this kind of world everyone else to south there and just burn because they look around and someone will take care of it. It's fine. Vice Stander affect is. Yeah. It is. It is that it's like if you have an emergency. You know, there's going to be a flood with is going to be, you know, you're just sort of always will be fine. It's not really going to affect me. Right. Is that natural bias to was. It'll be fine. If this house was on fire right now, and you didn't move. I probably be like, oh, it's just one of DARREN'S like things that he's yen is such a great example. Isn't it farnum goes off the one thing, you know, is it isn't a real fine. One thing you don't think is so many ways that was that was that was interesting aspect of it. But Jess without that sort of what I do my background is in magic, and sort of mind reading area of magic. And over the years, I've tried to move into this other. But I also do stage shows so you hope now should be in Broadway. This year, I didn't know fool by show for which we won the drama desk. A won't which is a no kidding. I think it was most unique unique kissed states. Production is is one of those words. That would be. But it was something about that. Which is very which is amazing. But yeah, so that that I did this off by fashion couple of years ago, and hopefully hopefully this year hopefully in the spring, I should be they're doing a Broadway version, so that is more of a kind of more traditional kind of state Shelvin it. But even then I try another loss show is about faith healing. I did faith. That was awesome. I this is our Netflix miracle. It's it's really good. I'm trying not to be super fanning all over because I. Yes, sir. No, let's let's lease left. My ego. It's fine. That was really interesting. And that's something. I want to ask about more later. But I know you were a Christian until it was at your mid twenties. Yeah. Yeah. I was until. Yeah, it's supposed to mid universities at a time. Yeah. When you look at historical healers old biblical miracle stories and things like that knowing what you know now about influence persuasion psychology, illusions, how much how much are allusions high tech, and how much do you think wait a minute..

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"fulbe" Discussed on Myleik Teele's Podcast

Myleik Teele's Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Myleik Teele's Podcast

"Why you're giving me this what you're hoping I can get sometimes when people do this is like, what do you think that I can do for you and even smoke people don't know? But really figure out what you think I can do for you or how I can potentially help you or what you're trying to get out of me and be clearer about that, you know, versus like, I'm coming podcast. So you have to tell me visited next low for other. Thirty dollars. See what I'm saying? We do that. You know? Okay. Is there? Do we have another one before we take a little break? Anybody? We'll do like three or four. How are we doing on time? I we're doing good. I think my question is. So you were talking a lot about social media. And what everyone else is doing and everything like that. So how do you not compare yourself to what other people are doing on social media? I think because I know or I have seen a lot of the people on social media outside of social media. I know that most of the other people are doing isn't real, you know, like I've seen some of the people who they don't even look the same. You know, sometimes self included. I'm not, you know, I said. Can be transparent. But I just feel like it's like we watched -ocial meets social media, and we start comparing, but we don't really fully understand what's going on. And so it's like a lot of these lists that people are on their creating their own list. So friends are creating branches honoree each other giving each other awards that's pretty much what it is. And so I think that if you just kind of put your head down your Bank account, you know, your transactions your sales type what you're making based on what you're selling is always going to be indicator of exactly how you're doing. And it's like a lot of like social groups, you know, a lot of the same people. They hang together. They take pictures together. You know, it's all the part of the thing. I'd do it too. Sometimes. But I think that you just can't get caught up in that. And so many people seem to struggle with that of like, you can't get caught up in what you think other people are doing because then what? Do you really want to create if everything you're comparing to what they're doing? Who are you? What are you going to do? Which is why I had a moment. This year where way way way back when Instagram I started I used to be the girl like posing like I'm taking your here. Vo pose? Hey, take my picture, and I would like one professional pictures and everybody started taking these pictures, right? Like does anybody even pose real pictures on Instagram? No, not really. And I was just like. You know, as now I'm just like I'm gonna just post real pitchers because that's what is what I wanna do in. I'm just keep it real with you. I don't have time to be getting dressed and getting Fulbe and get my makeup done every day to take pictures for Instagram because I've got a real job. Like, I got a real multiple jobs. I have to appear to speak. I can't be doing that. And so that's what you had to say to yourself like if she got time to be constantly gonna be game pitcher on what does she doing her work? While she taking a gram, I'm gonna began her business. Because it's like you you win by just being interesting those pictures, they don't mean anything like everybody's all caught up in that right now..

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"fulbe" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS goody day. Three things to know at eight fifteen one President Trump announces on Twitter that Defense Secretary. Jim Mattis will retire at the end of February pile promising new pedagogy Fulbe named soon. This development comes a day after the president surprised US, allies and members of congress plan. I'll take a total US troop withdrawal from Syria to that congestion. Pricing surcharge set to kick off in the new year on New Year's day for taxi and for hire vehicles in New York. His on hold temporarily blocked by a judge after drivers sued to halt the fee. A hearing is scheduled January third to determine whether to continue the restraining order until the issue is decided three mayor de Blasios says he's in favor of legalizing marijuana. But only if it's done right, including erasing criminal records of past defenders while giving them a chance to start a business and legally sell pot. An early morning armed robbery at a gas station and northern New Jersey ends with a worker fatally shot despite the fact that witnesses say he complied with the gunman's demands. At eighteen year old from Perth Hambo is now in custody. No charges filed yet investigator say thirty eight year old John Bertrand's life was cut short around four AM during the holdup at speedway gas station on Amboise avenue in Edison, Middlesex County. Prosecutor Andrew Carey says the guy came in obtain the drawer full of cash, and as he left he apparently fired one shot killing the clerk behind the counter, New Jersey law enforcement reports a break and a cold case that tracked suspected killer to North Carolina. A forty year old woman was arrested and the town of Henderson and charged with killing twelve year old girl in freehold more than twenty five years ago. Kiana? Was found vacant wooded lot early on may second of nineteen Ninety-two suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. The seventh grader had left her apartment the previous evening. The suspected killer who hasn't been public. I publicly identified lived in Asbury park at the time and is awaiting extradition to New Jersey. The Monmouth county prosecutor's office says since she was thirteen at the time of the murder. She'll face a maximum four years in prison under juvenile laws. It's eight eighteen on WCBS..

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"fulbe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Waiting. What is today today is November twenty eight? So we wait over the next couple of weeks. Are we going to be dealing with a government shutdown? What are the chances as President Trump is threatening a government shutdown over the border wall funding, I'm in agreement with the president? I want the wall to be funded. We clearly need much better barrier protection on hundreds and hundreds of miles. I mean, we're not gonna cover all two thousand miles or nine thousand nine hundred and eighty whatever miles it is just not going to happen. And there are also some very inhospitable geographical areas where you don't need a wall. But there are hundreds of miles where we do need a substantial barrier. A hybrid or an amalgamation of some of the design some of the prototypes that were built. And I agree with the president. Thing on the Trump train. It has to do with the sovereignty of the United States and protecting our borders, which any sovereign nation has the right to do. What is it gonna come down to a government shutdown? That is the big question. So over the next about ten days or so. The president is saying that he will stare a shutdown of the government right in the I if congress does not agree and send him a Bill for him to sign over the next week or ten days or so. Which would approve five billion dollars in initial five. Th the estimate is what about twenty five billion for the wall. So over the next week or ten days. Trump wants a Bill approving five billion dollars to be spent on the Trump border wall. And essentially congress has to has a a spending package. In. Well, she'll be by December eighth of mistaken. So congress has to pass the spending package December eight eighth she'll be the deadline. And if they don't the government's gonna shut down and Trump is demanding that five billion dollars be part of that government spending package for the beginning of the border wall. And well, we know where politics lie in this country at this point that we know that the Democrats are saying, no way Jose. No pun intended. Okay. Okay. Maybe so. Trump says I'm I'm a budget. And Trump said, quote, he would be totally willing to shut things down. If the funding is not included. And the president said that quote, I am firm that was a quality gave to politico said yesterday or Monday, they didn't interview with political. And he said he was firm. And of course, we know the Democrats stand they don't want any part of this. And they I just I don't understand. Well. Philosophically? I b I of course, I do understand. And I just it doesn't make sense to me. It's it's idiotic the philosophy the ideology of not wanting to protect the I mean, I just don't understand the whole the idiocy on the part of some of the Trump opposition that want open borders in this country. I just I can't fathom it. It just doesn't compute it doesn't register. It's not about Ziva Fulbe. It's not about hatred. It's just about modulation in regulation and doing things properly. Eight hundred..

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"fulbe" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"You have a favorite soft drink. Is it lilt lilt is at available in America know, what is in English shops. You know? There's like, oh, yeah. Sell things that should be really cheap triple the cost ya. Yeah. So lilt is a pine of God. It's a it's a pineapple in grapefruit flavored drink which had like, what would probably now be deemed as a massively racist song. Is there perhaps it was like based on it like, you know, like the taste of like Jamaica or something like that like like the old grapefruit Yeah. thing. But I mean, it was obviously. Is the pineapple grapefruit that gets very similar today. Grapefruit is this. Well, maybe not. But I mean. It was just very heavy handed cultural projection. Probably racist is I don't see any problem with tapping into the exotic rhythm of Jamaica through soft drink if it reflected what was drunk in the country. That's the problem. Anyway, it's a little treat of mind because you can't find it abroad. It's very UK Centric whenever I go back on my right or on the life shows. I put in bold underlined, absolutely non-negotiable. Kind of level or you're not showing. No, the first that we went to they did not have an I went fucking. I went to the apart. I went up sedately mental tell us how that looks tells when describe it's like you probably saw it from space. We did hear reports. Oh, sorry. We didn't see that. And I was like it was bold underlined Italic saying non-negotiable as the first thing on the piece of paper. And also just based on knowing how demanding you are really probably the only thing on there. That said sociable only thing everything was like a few of both to Fulbe is one kind of one damn. Yeah. I know it. Well, it went outside their budget. It was it was. So it was I've just about recovered from. I've started bring it up such a sensitive topic. It's fine. Little lilt. Never heard of it never seen it. I'll get you. I'll get you one you ever eat clotted cream. Yes. Yeah. Like tease day. But like what's more late night? Thursday, kind of thing. Maybe like a Thursday morning. Eleven o'clock go see so preparing for the weekend. Yes. We've been fasting all week. You've got those extra calories to burn. Sure. Just like put it on Scone with John Lewis cones living in via face. So I watched it with some lilt. Yeah. Have you ever made a little cocktail at a little vodka to a little? Yes. I think in. In the days where we had less willing. Sure, we probably had like Malabar hill to go. I think we all got diabetes. With it exacts totally worth it. Right. So with what is your favorite drink drink drink? Cocktail both known drinkers. But we'd like to know what people do. We're exposing you I think like something simple like gin and tonic with a special cranberry. Oh, joy of a summit. Cranbrook keeps regular. Oh. That's true. Yeah. Yeah. Keeps us UTI's away. Absolute sponsor you Cora. That's. This country is so mental. It's like there is so many drug names people call them by their names, you know, talking to children or their friends like. Trivial does Bubba. What is trivial? It's just a symbol pharmaceutical like oh my God. What are you people talking? Right. You'll we're having a play date was in acts and Trivida. After it's very what is Xanax. It's like a help resoluimn again. What is that? I'll problem who she tranquilizer. Listen, we saw her with detour auto a few times, and she puts you right to sleep. But dusty will come up, and you know, kick everyone up into a froth, right? Yeah. Has does the toward the over in your area yet or no not to my knowledge? Okay. Well, I was probably on drew doll. Yeah. Yeah. You were on a trip. L bender. Yeah. Yeah. That's true or slow NFL. Yeah. Yeah. That's the Viagra. Oh my God. Inherent ingredient. Apparently Viagra has lost the patent on that. So it's a for grabs. I know what we're doing late..

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"fulbe" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Update their Tony Ferguson who fought on the undercard for UFC two twenty nine in Las Vegas on Saturday night. Use the word that I've been using. And I thought that and we haven't run it. But that's a great soundbite. That's from a guy I want to hear from. And that's what I've been saying tonight. B one is match. There has to be professionalism. We heard from them and part of his press conference. Just a few moments ago, and your Why's everyone talking about this? Well, this is part of your sport. This is something you did. There's going to be repercussions. You may lose your belt. However, they come down with the suspension. We'll see, but you know, just in terms of everything. I go back to the mouth of the palace in Detroit in two thousand four David Stern came down hard. On everyone involved. He was the guy who gonna lay out the punishment. And he did just that. We haven't had anything like that since come close. A couple of times we spoke earlier with ESPN UFC insider and host of the five round podcast Brett Okamoto Saturday night's fight asked him were there any incidents back in the tunnel. Or were they able to keep the two camps war McGregor and Habib's separated? In terms of what happened afterwards when Habib went back to the dressing room. We heard the reaction on the UFC pay per view event. Dana white was involved saying we're not gonna put the belt around your for fear of reaction. Were there? Anything were there. Any incidents afterwards back in the tunnels. Or were they able to keep the two camps separated? To my knowledge they were able to keep them separated. I mean, I from everything that I could gather and from what president Dana white Fulbe afterwards Conor McGregor really wasn't interested in being involved in any of this. He wanted to get his paycheck. He was disappointed that he'd lost the plight of any wanting to leave. He's already left the arena. The PR team, obviously, the security they wanted to get these guys as far away as possible. They wanted to get up in the locker room cool down. And I believe that is what happened. I didn't see anything provide vantage point backstage after the fight bread. Okamoto? Joining us here on sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio the ESPN app, you mentioned law enforcement. They've got contingency plans in place that we'll never even hear of. But do you think everything was handled as appropriate and his fine fashion, as we could expect the way things were progressing and how things unfolded? I think so I mean, if a guy wants to to jump out of out of the octagon, and and you know, attacks somebody who's who literally sitting there with his arms resting on it because he's in the quarter of the other fighter. I don't think there's many ways that you could stop it has every after every single UFC fight these guys who wear that job on wall because they want to be up in the air, and they want to signal to the crowd. And I mean that happens on a very very frequent basis. So, you know, if the guy has has an attached to run over at the other corner, I don't think it would matter if there were five hundred security guys there, you just can't stop something like that. We saw your interview the one on one with Dana white UFC president after it was over after the cameras were done. Did he immediately walk away from you? Or did you guys continuing conversation? He walked away. He's gotta do quite a few interviews. Yeah. I mean, I, you know, something like this happens very quickly. You're trying to write about it. And then you get an opportunity to speak. You know, what's in through my mind at a million miles an hour trying to figure try to have to every relevant question. But it's Louis. You know, that's that's the big thing here is that it's fluid. He he has he wants to get into the press conference. He wants to speak to reporters. And so he came through pretty quick. But I was I was happy. He came and talked to me, and we can get some answers about debatable right now. We'll see how things unfold, but do you think McGregor and Abib have bought in an octagon for the final time? Interesting question. Probably not. I mean, forget everything that happened after the fight. How about the fight itself? It was a great fight. So. It happens. I would have said, yeah. I think they'll probably do it again. Knowing how competitive of a guy Conor McGregor is. And you know, we talked about how he's wrestling wrestling. And yet that ended up finishing the fight for him. But it didn't dominate the fight forum Conor McGregor plenty of chances of this fight. So just from a competitive standpoint, I would want to see it again. And then you add what happened after the fight. We know how the sport works, man. I mean, we're all going to sit here and say, this is discussing it was, but there's going to be plenty of people who look at this and say, well, I would like to see this again. I would like to see this story play out more. So yeah, I would say there's a good chance that these two or three games. What do you think the reaction will be from Habib's camp? Once they start talking and sorting these things out and giving their explanations. I think that they'll be unapologetic, quite frankly, you know, I think that they'll say, hey, do you remember an incident with a bus about five months ago and April at Barclays center guy could be was, you know, cutting weight getting ready for a fight. And all of a sudden cars showed up on. Of the bus and through Dali at it. You know, they're gonna say an eye for an eye. This was this was no worse than what happened at Barclays center. And that's fine for them to say, I guess, I don't I don't subscribe to two wrongs make a right? I suppose, but I do not expect them to be apologetic. I think you know, Connor came out and promoted this fight and relatively nasty way. You know in a in a very personal way. And you gotta remember, man. These guys are fighters that is what they are and be professionals at the end of the day there. They don't hesitate to get into physical altercations with one another. So, you know, I don't think he's going to do it. Looked like McGregor was going down in the second. He really responded well ended up submitting in the fourth. And and really I mean if he had a better chance of defending himself. I mean, he exhausted from a physical fight caught off guard when they came over the top of the octagon after him. If he were if he had his wind and his legs underneath them a little bit more. Do you think he would have defended himself that would've escalated? Yeah. Probably she look you're gonna have a lot of people in the octagon on to diffuse the situation as quickly as possible. So I don't think I don't think regardless of the state was gonna escalate that much more than it did. But yeah, certainly, I mean, the guy just got done with a very taxing fight. I mean, gosh, this was a championship fight at the highest caliber you two guys who I consider to be within the top fighter in the world. And they applaud for nearly twenty minutes. Of course, they were exhausted. Of course, they were depleted. You know, if you look at that video Connor was being attacked by multiple guys one of them was behind in that he didn't even see. So it was it was an out of hand situation. And quite frankly. Yeah, we should all be happy that further, and then no one got hurt further because they were real punches being growth has there been any word about whether or not he suffered physical damage from the post fight blows. It's early didn't sound like it. I mean, I asked Dana if he had spoken to him in the locker room, and he said, yeah, he didn't care. He he didn't care about what happened. Again. I go back to these guys are fighters, man. A lot of these guys. It's not like they've never been in a street fight before they just they're comfortable and relations like this as crazy as that sounds. So I believe Dana white one thousand percent when he tells me when he went back there. But first thing out of callers about was I'm disappointed. I lost the fight. I do not think that he's lying about that whatsoever. Thanks so much for taking the time with this wonderful stuff..

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"fulbe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"In the hall of fame Watson who hadn't even wanted game. This year is going in. At the beginning of the season. Everybody said six eight wins except you cap, and they thought you were whacked out and you're going to hit both agreed that even getting Khalil Mack is only one maybe two win. So we're looking at a best case scenario the fans go from a six win team to an eight nine team. Bensky? Learn how to play football. I don't care if he was the second pick overall the three quarterbacks out there now or the twenty second a second round and one ninety nine. San back quit the whole world's gonna end if we're not in the Super Bowl this year. Worst case scenario for you. As we beat the bucks. Mitch plays a C average game and they tackle Fitzpatrick by the beard for safety defense wins the game. Ideally, you'll get a call Monday morning trade everything from Sam Bradford Fulbe cut by the cardinals. Nice day. See trucker Jim have a good day kid. There you go truckers. So here's the thing about the the, relax. It's early thing. You can do that with every conversation. Ultimately, we talked about the cubs. This year. We are critical certain things early on in the year. Those are some of the things are halfway through the year. Those are some of the things still present today. These are projected feelings. Yes. Of course, mates can still be great. Of course, Mitch can still go out there and make these opinions look wrong. But there what we're feeling in the moment as we're watching not one time. I said this guy's never ever going to amount to anything what I'm saying is it's alarming where he's at right now with the understanding as a former athlete to this is not lost on me that this guy can improve. If that's what you think I'm doing here that I'm a complete moron. Of course. I know an athlete can evolve guys out there. I was one I get that part. My point is where he's at right now is not where he should. And I'm tired of the passes in callers Cornyn said we could break his metallic. He's a professional. You got to cut it out. All right. He doesn't look good. Now. He's got a chance to prove and improve on Sunday versus the bucks. All right. More of your calls. Those are next on ESPN..

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"fulbe" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Both of those to me are death like tap out because you're tired or claustrophobia like that's worse than tapping out from submission. So that's why a lot of times you would cost Fulbe me into giving giving you my arm or something like that. And then that's how it went. And so which is I think, two times from just straight Coster foam because you didn't fricking emissions and that's terrible. And I remember about to be let down at myself as you were saying, all this kind of disappointed myself that I didn't identify that that there was a further torture I could have been doing to you, but now looks like sometimes I did figure it out. So you know, I remember here. I remember one time not too deep into this because I want to tell you a lot about origin. So there's this one time where I forget if I rolled with you like that day or was really recently I ruled with you and I was feeling claustrophobia and I gave you my arm and then you took house, I guess, like I was happy that attack me out in let me out of there because it's like it's really bad when you when you feel that. So the next day I see you rolling with dean and dean gets you in double snowing, and you are rolling hard for a long time, and I'm like, these guys are going hard. I would be kind of empathy, empathize when you put yourself in the other person's situation. So I'm thinking to myself, these guys are going hard for a long time. I would be guessing right now, and then dean was like he he, he was getting kind of getting the better. You got mount. I'd be like I'm feeling for jock right now because I've been in that scenario where it's like we're going hard and then wind up in mount. I'd be like I'm feeling. Like Brent breath in my just by watching, and then he gets you in double snowing. I'm like, I, I was getting microwave. That's right. Do it. You can't move my reaction powered. I don't think even tapped. For a long time and was like this guy. Different level. And I'm not saying necessarily with the grappling. I mean, those sort of like that was a side thing, just the fact that you can endure what I just wouldn't. Compared to my own. Nonetheless the next day, what was there a follow on where I rolled with you again, or is that the story I was comparing what was helping me really get into your shoes is because I was remember it could have been that same day that we rolled, and I just gave into the classic phobia like it was like I had a issue. I was like in terrible shape. Go train like twice a week. Maybe, you know, not just a bad scenario, but unless yes, the answer's yes if someone gets into to and they have a claustrophobic condition yet being and then they get in. Be a situation early on like the first or second. Yeah, I could see how they wouldn't wanna go back, but I don't know if, but here's the good thing about that. If you do and reap the pale of jujitsu and then you then you get into claustrophobia situation. You're more worried about like, how can I overcome claustrophobia more so than, hey, jujitsu produces too much claustrophobia for me. You know what I mean? Because you know the benefits fuel, like pay off of the way more than you care about or fear claustrophobia. That's my, that's my analysis. So speaking of. You're gonna need a geek origin. That's straight up. Third answered you question because plenty of people plenty people still ask me, what do you get?.

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"fulbe" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Friday morning. America's First News continues its the seventh day of September. Taking a look at the markets this morning global markets mixed today as traders mull over the effects of possible US tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods. It's simmering trade dispute that continue speaking of trade US and Canadian negotiators will extend at least through today. Negotiations reach a deal that would allow Canada to remain in North American trade bloc Canada's on voi- left a five minute meeting with Trade Representative Robert lighthizer Thursday night. She told reporters it's important to discuss a couple of issues face to face, but offered no further details. She added that the two sides agreed to meet again here to discuss all of the day and weeks top economic stories. Let's bring in our regular guest, author of one of the top selling retirement books on Amazon wealth unbroken growing wealth uninterrupted by market crashes taxes, and even death. Tax attorney and wealth adviser, Rebecca Walzer, the website, Walzer wealth dot com. Rebecca, thank you for joining us as always we really appreciate it. I wanna start with Elon Musk, and I want your take on this because you're the finance expert. And I am not. But we all know his path. We all know what he's being sued by short seller another short seller. And then he he's making headlines this morning because he went on the Joe Rogan podcast teasing and electric plane design and he smoked weed on the podcast. There's a picture of him on my website there. You can find it there. Whereas smoking the marijuana, and I know pot is legal. I'm assuming this Joe Rogan podcast ad takes place in California where it is legal and the views of changed. But if you're a tesla board member your head's spinning, right? It can't be happy know, you know, you're exactly right now. I mean that your and he even said just for the sake of clarity. He said any action podcast. I you probably can't do that. Right. And legal, right. And. So there you go and you also during frisky as well. So, you know. Whether it's legal. I don't think it's the point. I think is is becoming a CEO publicly traded corporation to be on a podcast not weed and drinking whisky. And I don't know. I mean, this is this is just not very unusual behavior for a typical CEO. I sure I think that you know. Hey, I don't think that's the door. Descriptive. But I think people are going to be wondering like what is the right judgment. You know at the helm of such a a major corporation. I think that's really what is the question. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You're absolutely right. He's being sued again by an investor who alleges that he artificially manipulated that stock price the damage investors who bet against it to Andrew left the short seller alleged tesla must damaged all shareholders when he tweeted that August seventh that he had secured funding to take the company private at four hundred twenty bucks per share. And Rebecca as far as we know he's still under investigation for that tweet by the government. Absolutely SDS's years. Definitely open your investigation. So, you know. That that alone. I made a remember when we talked about this. I said, no, he's I think he's got. I thought I said I thought that he had to have the funding or he wouldn't have tweeted it because surely he wouldn't. John something so reckless without it being so serious. And but then the board teams seem to come out standards that you know, they hadn't backed by discussion. But now, we're sort of seeing that that was, you know, now in hindsight, you know, we're seeing so, yeah, this is this is not great for him. And and and I don't think that yesterday didn't have any help or any favors in the air arena. There's just sort of further his where his right now. So I mean, you know, not the end of the world has definitely was legal. It sounds out. There we galley if he does about the judgment of it. Yeah. I don't think he cares. But anyway. And that's another problem. I think problem the fact that you don't care is is problem. Yeah. And he again accused the Thai cave rescue or being a pedophile. He did that again. So let's see what happens there Amazon joint. Amazon joined the one trillion dollar club joining apple this week. This ag- -nificant of that Rebecca and will they beat apple to two trillion. Okay. So this is the thing everyone is focused that apple bought their first. But what we have to really step back and think about here they have grown by over four hundred billion dollars. Wary. The. Which this is happening. This is market changing. People have to understand this is helping us that this is the way that the world is going. I mean, Amazon. Alibaba in China was on could you? You. And even though they were second is so insignificant. When you think about where they started on today. Grew. One here. My god. They they went to the hippie from Tuesday September, the we're talking about literally, basically, seven eight months. It's crazy. It's nuts. And it's just unbelievable. And you give your perspective. Now. It's walmart. Target, costco. Come by. Wow. And all three of them trying to keep up with him. I know I know I mean, this is just this is richest man in the world. Now has passed Bill Gates one hundred fifty six billion sixteen percent of Amazon's Jeff Bezos. I mean, and this guy is a true entrepreneur. I love the picture of him and his garage in nineteen ninety four with handwritten Amazon on the wall. That's what we all. Should. Hey. And every entrepreneur, you know, locker to say, you know, what if you have a dream just go for Amazon, but hey, you know, that the American story there. It's amazing. Yeah. Fantastic. We get the jobs report today from the bureau of labor statistics. What what are we expected to see here? I think we're gonna see a little bit of a rebound. August was depressed. He had been getting the jobs numbers that were in excess of two hundred thousand as you know, and last month, we only got for July. We got one thousand reported in August, and that was a lot of it was because we talked about arrest. They laid off thirty thousand total fleet had an impact on the job numbers. So hopefully, see a rebound on Fulbe miss this coming this August thing we're looking for two is the hour you wage increase. So we could get a two two point seven percent increase Bosman on the hourly wage labor pressure on wage pressure on employers, but is. Id and then projected two point nine percent. So we're we want to keep up with no place here with wage growth. So we're looking at ways grows, and hopefully, we're going to see a rebound the numbers because we don't have that interesting taxes for August. The book is wealth unbroken growing wealth uninterrupted by market crashes taxes, and even death tax attorney.

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"fulbe" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"Taught things as failure to inveighs. Tony's blink it about the old CEO. Phen is one hundred percent wrong about some oats. So just rambled, for example. UPI meaning to check on emails ram actually civic. Civic as because you know the blood produces installed a new upgrade, the software where every time in the book is mind. Now, more ram is added to the virtual machine, right? So. That should point downward pressure on the price of ram. So let's see what's happened to that. That's the sixty minute shop. One day Janica. That's the one day job? Yes. Ram hoops regime in several look. So that was the massive speculatory run in eels ram. And. More closely. It's come down quite a bit, doesn't it? I mean, what is it is it narrates lows right now point point, one, two, kilobytes. Snow's. It was by point zero. One boot at least stabilized. Pretty good, good. And that's gonna be that's gonna be having every book now more more coming in. So why is the Detroit history commit a bit? I've got scattered on the go don't though. Though x. p. is like invite tone on your channel for an interview. He has done a four, five interviews with YouTube recently. Well. Why. Why wouldn't a new that. The trouble is what I find is that. The vast majority. The audience doesn't like interviews like I just don't ton of interviews, but then I was looking all the Hello Minho. Men who don't Hugh men who don't you always rhymes. Welcome hit is ascribed women in notifications like you say, five minutes. The last vacation was James when he stunned super chat. So sh masters subscribe hip was the hit the lion. Post some quickly grab as insensitive Chazan get the oldest going on. A seller's. Those is in the house anyway. So did let him interviews and looked at all the different times point out that. And the interviews get like the lowest number of us in the, they take a long time to make the law of what can prepare for, but you'd have to write rights talking points in blah, blah, blah. And then like the editing, like forty minutes to our of content did rendering, blah in the payoff is pretty much pretty cool. So unless it's a celebrity like Fulbe Boniol, someone like that, maybe ten vase would brings view as book. It has to be. Life-size book says, tone vase needs to be more positive that's opposed to that's supposed to even on the Kaiser report the the day wearing a baseball hat, which those kind of thing, I suppose Hodel on it, but he kind of had like ES press down. He didn't took him in. Out of tuck them in, but. It's just me. Yeah. Sorry, we've tended to feeling gentle. Hey, we go. So the host pump to Supachai in the Dingle Dingle is it did Dingle lovely. I go settlers, the host, boom, bay whom five dollar super chat. And you didn't even ask a question. No one's cold in, you know, you can call in you. Sky Brennan. You can add me on Skype, the cryptovest. And then going just be brave is funny this the coal insurance format. Sometimes it doesn't. Like if you look back on the three or four call in shows like the first one we had like people call in mobile gold in the less one idea which was ages ago, no-one golden. So interesting. Very interesting. One of my now patrons, Chris, he equalled him one time. Good conversations. It was to skid. It was. It was good. Guman live. I'm willing to. I'm going to have you come on bed. That's me any random question because big risk for me. Right. What if what, if questions on ends..

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"fulbe" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Reflux that you're dealing with boss. Forecasted we we've heard about. That being in soda drinks and things like that but organic phosphorus she, can pick up at a health food store and it works wonders the issue would you not having central vision but getting Getting, worse with stress. I would increase your vitamins. A liquid vitamin Fulbe complex do about twenty drops three times a day that's water cybersecurity. Can't get too much of the b. vitamins and you simply want to put that in water. Take it with meals it's better take vitamins with meals much better to, actually absorption rate is a lot better and then also you wanna consider taking Luccin l. u. t. e. I n. e. believes say spell that Luccin you could actually pick that it's a byproduct of, vitamin a., you can pick that up at. A health food store, that's shown great promise in. A lot of recent studies for health and. With central vision issues so that, along with high levels of vitamin a. one tablespoon of. Cod liver oil has close to thirty to forty thousand units are called used international, units of vitamin a. and that's what I would encourage you to do. Is just start, taking tablespoon today day of cod liver oil keeping the vitamin e levels up now. The vitamin d your doctor prescribed depending on What numbers you have with, vitamin game if there was low like. Fifteen twenty twenty-five you wanna, take about thirty to forty. Thousand units a day for about eight weeks. Then you. Wanna Taylor down to about five thousand units today, for maintenance does I mean typically you can't get. Too much vitamin a.. Unless you take it for a, long long long period of time if you do that. For thirty to forty thousand units every day not just once a week which is the typical, prescription but every. Day for for about eight. Weeks into your blood test to gain you'll see your number be up around ninety and. Then you take about five thousand milligrams I'm sorry five thousand units the way they're they're written. Out and then it'll it'll keep it in a maintenance level around seventy, that's typical what we've seen clinically you wanna check your their physician on that you want to stay course in the guidelines with the year she you know we're all Saint team together no one's overriding, anybody but, it just suggests that that we. Talked to run that by them but that'll be A big difference remember vitamin d is not a. Vitamin it's a hormone knowledge just keep it in the vitamin category but it. Has a huge role in the body for immune system for the best as you can take for, swine flu keeping the, viral infections out of the body but do that with the thyroid, then also with acid reflux, get started on the anti, inflammatory diet everything.

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"fulbe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Joins us on WGN welcome back Jim how are you John how are, you it's, been interesting Monday what's your data and like, tell. Me about that Yeah Kelly's released numerous songs over the years in which he, pleads forgiveness unnamed since he gets a little closer to cut, it naming them in this, song it's nineteen minutes. Long he talks about liking women young and. All of course he takes that shot at. Me You know he says, I've made a career for twenty five years my first story. Ran in December two thousand, with AbdIn palace on. The front page of the, Chicago Sun-Times that's. Eighteen years, what happened twenty five years ago Allegedly, according to a publicly filed suit legal suit, against Kelly he went back to Kenwood academy and picked up. A fifteen year old sophomore. In the class taught by docile legend Lita mcclinton who also is mentioned. In this song and he began a sexual relationship with her but ended when he dumped her and she slit. Her wrists, he paid, that young woman there have been three underage. Women who filed suit against Kelly who paid he paid with cash settlements in return for nondisclosure agreements of. This sort made. Famous recently? By Harvey wanted change Liam marriage there was a suit Ebeid off by, legal age dancer who videotaped having sex without her knowledge. And then there have been dozens. Numerous settlements struck by. Susan Loggins Chicago attorney who has represented she won't specify how, many she only says numerous underage women who came to her she would send them. The, suburban hinge jail will take a, lie detector tests she. Present the evidence to Kelly he'd pay them off makes nondisclosure great and, then in the last year July seventeenth was. The first story I wrote for BuzzFeed news you, know we have five parents who have spoken, on the record saying their daughters are part of a cult, and brainwashed those are the. Words they use those are the words they filed police reports in three. States and told the FBI and those girls are are help against their will and and and and must follow Oh Kelly's rules or they're physically and mentally punished according to. All of these sources on the, record so when he's saying he's, misunderstood he's had a hard. Life he's asking our indulgence and forgiveness I think the scope of kitchen charges made, against him for eighteen years none of my reporting ever refuted I think John. As a student of popular music, history I don't think. There's been anything. Like it in the whole history, of music I mean Michael Jackson was accused by to underage. Boys and, we have you know Chuck Berry and and Jerry Lewis, and Elvis Presley I think that the charges against Kelly. Dwarf lease in Fulbe with the. World does he sold. Sixty million records the new song is I admit and it's, nineteen minute long explanation or counter he's got all of these grievances and he's singing Them out are you at, all interested in reviewing it musically or is. It may be impossible for you to do that I'm really busy working on yet another story about our Aw yeah which I can't. Really talk about yet Going further with this? Can you just catch us up on his story has? He been convicted of any of these criminal? Charge has he been convicted of any criminal charges he was tried on charges of the twenty one counts. Later dropped to fourteen counts of making child pornography it broke all records in Cook.

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"fulbe" Discussed on Natch Beauty

Natch Beauty

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"fulbe" Discussed on Natch Beauty

"How long are you in the makeup chair to become Melrose GME minute? Took a couple hours, but it hair and makeup. Yes. So it's like they, they've really gotten it down to a science. I mean, sometimes if my hair is the same day from same way from one day to the next obviously won't wash it. It's like crimped and curl and tease within an inch of its life. So to shower, first of all to shower that out. Yeah, and brush that out. I mean, that's another hour when I get home at one AM. It's like have dry back at work the next morning. So have a little dead end these right now that are going to be such a dream to pick when I get caffeinated and just fucking rip the ends later low. It's going to be so good. That's like you're relaxing time. I mean, sort of, no. It's like I'm in my head all the time so that I could does weirdly chilling out of you actually said that to my shrink and it was like, I should probably stop. I like pick pick my cuticle. I hear. She's like, no, that's actually just fully natural. I think people really give themselves the. The really hard of themselves about that, but like, you know, you see monkeys getting any other. She's like it's very natural to just like do that. Not such not weird at all to grandma's like, really? I thought I was crazy nosy CD. She's like, well, you mean you shouldn't say it in these words? Yes. Well, you are, but that's not you are, but it's beautiful, but that's not an example of it to know. The other thing I answered about eleven questions, maybe none of them are the one you have. Oh, you answered it. Great. Okay. Let me ask one more. Maybe you can ask this Jackie question. Is there any products now that you're being glommed all the time? I mean, especially right now, I'm so happy by the way. Thank you for being here because you are literally. I can't even imagine your press in your world when going on right now, you're, you're getting the word out about glo. You've been traveling around. You've been red carpeting, interviews lights, cameras, hair makeup, four grow all your Instagram foes lately have been like, damn you lookin hot and glam and you're having the hair and I love the, you always tag everybody. You're like his is the takes village Honey. This is my hair presents my makeup Brazil. It's very silly to think that anybody can look like that. Otherwise, yeah, like there's literally a person painting on my face for an hour and a half. Yeah, and somebody pulling at my hair and a good way. It's like it's an I love it. I love being glommed. I find it the most relaxing thing, and it's always something I dreamed of as a kid just like, you know, get the eyelashes on and you feel like a Princess for a day. And I, I love all that. But I, I definitely think it's really important that. That you and I are talking about this before we came in here, but like that people know that that's not what everybody looks like with Instagram culture. It's. I mean, even with me, like as a woman in my thirties, it's like it could be so overwhelming to see how beautiful everybody all the time. It's just like, well, I'm not enough and I'm an I feel that, yeah, and I'm getting. And I'm one of the ones getting painted up all the time and it's just like filters in the face tune of it all. It's a bit of a scary time. It is growing up, like if this was all happening when I was thirteen and like just getting boobs and trying to figure it all out. Like I see, I don't know of mine who have like cousins or thirteen year old students or whatever. And it's like the full beat every day. Each thirteen Fulbe amazing brow. Amazing browse. Unlike glow highlight like bone moment, like chiseled Chihuahua now, bold brow. Alanya raw lash. I was, I always say, like, we're in a great age. Group because we, I was in high school without the like I had AOL instant messenger, but I didn't have incident. What's going on with all the kids in your class all the time and like, oh my God. I'm so happy. Oh, it's a nightmare because I would like put up like passive, aggressive, AOL instant message away messages about like the like like that was as far as it could go..

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