20 Burst results for "Gercy"

"gercy" Discussed on American Birding Podcast

American Birding Podcast

04:22 min | Last month

"gercy" Discussed on American Birding Podcast

"There's a few exceptions for example. Some hawaiian mckee on the big island were able to develop resistance or tolerance. Malaria have continued to persist allegations. But in general there's this retraction and then this beginning. This wave of population declines quite lightly extinctions of urged you to avian malaria and that has ramped up with climate change because it's getting warmer and warmer of those higher elevations as the planet worms. And you're seeing more and more mosquitoes of there. And we're seeing more and more malaria in blood samples from the birds became use. Pr test is like people are getting their cova tests the same technology to determine the blood a very has malaria. Or not on because it's a plateau there's altitude that birds can go to. They're just kinda stuck. There is what we call the mosquito line. That is the temperature at which mosquitoes and disease henry produce. The mosquito line is dependent on elevation at also latitude him to flamy different for example on the big island which is to hawaii which is only in a little bit cooler but it is about four thousand feet and allegations on. Why are thousand feet. So there is nowhere to go to get a higher allegation. Get above the mosquito line. Whereas on the big island there does appear to be fourteen thousand heat. There seems to be habitat above mosquito line. Were birds with continuing to persist. I want to back up just a little bit. And perhaps some of our listeners are not necessarily overly familiar with hawaiian native birds. But can you describe some of the birds that you are. You're working with most closely on coli What makes them so special. So on hawaii there are remaining forest. Gercy sees where there were thirteen only a few decades ago and probably a couple of dozen songbirds prior to iran deal of humans..

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"gercy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:56 min | Last month

"gercy" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"We happen to be delighted by that. So do i. it's operatic it is. It feels like a play at the end. I mean the truly beautiful ending not the end end but you know when guile and vicky on the beach and they're old and they're not and i think it's good that they're not like wrinkly i think they're the right amount of all. They think they did the wrinkling really whether or not like but it's also at the end of abuse donal apple skin and like he's he's like what are we stand at one point in the hand is like an old person's hand and i think they are holding hands or something and i love fuck and tricks of just an old person onset. Shoot a hand. And that's worth more than any fucking special fact debts like he dies and then she gets up and walks into the water and walks back and then she dies. I've been thinking about bat. For since i saw the it's such a simple little move that is not explained and everyone fucking criticizes him explaining everything i know but like there's like little stuff like that like haunts you so it's so good it's so good it's so good To performance talk about mid size sedan were good. Name is probably one of the funniest name. Joke about a name of a rapper. That i feel like i've heard ever what's his real name. Trevor derek brandon brandon or something brandon. Parents are like dr phil. Well errand here. He's english but he's got. He's got a great beautiful. How would you wikipedia outline in the movie kilt. We all like. I feel like that really went over so well i was like a name. Also criticizing the name midsize sedan is being ridiculous but i would like to remind everyone that. There is currently of rapper. Right now named pu. Good so let me know. Maybe it's on the other end of the spectrum but it's honestly like anything goes anything goes in maine and also just feels also like that. Perfect m night. Dad joke and energy to like well. What's this guy's name like works on. Every it feels like l. gercy bruno's character should be saying what is day mid size sedan. And they're like no. His name is like little masterpiece now. That was one part of the movie where i feel like i was getting a little caught up on trying to figure out the logic of him and then the writer die and he didn't but it seemed like her sickness was worse. Yes she had 'em he says right. And i guess she just whatever they got into the water and that doesn't when she in the round round she drowns not devil at that point in the movie. I think i. I thought the aging was connected to the water. So i went. Oh she died consumer faster because she was swimming in it. Because i was also like well. The kids are growing up after they were in the water. The adults were not so. I question at the time because i thought i was ahead of the reveal but then of course. It's the rocks. It's all about the it's about those damn magnet rose in your warm but the to go through everyone in this got gog. Rcn now yeah. And there's nothing wrong with him nine actually. I always like watching him onscreen. Oh so absolutely. Right kind of homing presence my italy one of my favorite guys i always absolute underrate him until religiously attractive. And let's say short king. Like i always love watching him onscreen and being like east five six and not hiding it. I understand the decision to not have their hair age germ because they explain that as like. Oh hairs dead your nails. I'd love to see a little salt..

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"gercy" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

06:43 min | 9 months ago

"gercy" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Dot com. What's up what's going on ladies and gentlemen. Welcome back to tuesday's episode. Where a little late. But we're getting done and if all goes well we'll have about two or three more episodes to do a lot of boxing to discuss and today it is fight week. Ryan garcia versus luke campbell. I'm asking you guys amoco host. Is this a big fight. Then on the back of ryan garcia facing luke campbell. Wbz has made him the mandatory for devon haney but he came out on the fight hype interview and said f. evan haney. i'm not chasing mandatory. I'm chasing legacy. And he believes his legacy is a dance with. Devante tank davis. So this is what we're going to be talking about. If you're interested you already know the number to call in one four to five five six nine fifty to forty one press one one time. You could also add mr gibbs on skype to be part of the conversation for many wearing the role in the world just ahead in a call us up and let's talk some boxing. Mario mongia corpus christi texas. What do what a good morning. Good morning Yeah man. I think Jumping right into it. Ryan garcia luke. Campbell is a big fight. It's a big fight. It's not a big fight because ryan gercy is a big time fighter. It's a big fight because it's a good fight. I think it's It's a big step up. Ryan garcia for sure and i think for luke campbell it's a way to solidify his place in division so it means too much for it not to be a big fight. Plus it's it sets up so many other big fights all the contingencies based on this fight have huge meanings you know if we landed fight with tank or we landed fight with devon or fema whoever so Yeah of course. It's a big fight. I don't know that it's a big fight. I don't like can we think of another. Do dat hasn't ever been champion. Lost twice never really beat that a fighter like i don't even know how is this. I mean i. It's a significant fight. It means something. But i don't know that it's a big fight. I don't feel it. But you're more on twitter than i am these days. How are you receiving the hype. Is there any on twitter for this fight. I think that there's definitely height based on the fact that it's happening At a at a like in a slow period saying Because we had like so much in the last couple of months like back to back to back. It's like you can kind of feel the gap in the schedule that we had You know what. I mean in terms of american fights so You know i. It's a big time fight. It is a a and look. You know what twitter is. It's a bunch of hardcore. Snobs i think a lot of people are are playing up. I okay and Ten tanaka You know which is a big time. Fight huge fight. That's a great fight. A junior bantamweight title fight December thirty is that goes japan. Listen i get it. I get it. It's not ryan garcia But it is a big time fight. And so that's what. I'm trying to twitter's more enamored with you. Know trying to prove that they're more hardcore than the next guy but I from that point of view. No it doesn't feel that way. I think significant was the word that i was looking for. You said that. And that felt more along the lines of what i was trying to say. It does feel significant. Still isn't a big fight. No not if you're going to compare it to you. Know what devante and ryan could be or even ceo fema loma no. It's not a big fight lake that but it has so much meaning behind it for the winner that it it has to have a place in terms of one of the Bigger fights. I think we'll see in two thousand twenty one even though it's just january this would have been one of the biggest fights in twenty twenty. Let's be bro. you know we don't we. Don't get no box and until this fight and then we don't get anything after this fight so the twentieth so this this has to do it for us. You know they have to produce fireworks now ryan garcia believes that he's gonna campbell and many people are hoping that he gets a knockout. Is that a tall task. I mean you know campbell's been in there with some Season veterans and hasn't been stopped. Yeah no you're absolutely right it it. It is a very tall. A it's a tall task. You know if he were to. If you believe in ryan garcia the way that a lot of people believe in him like first of all you have no basis of that. There's no truth. Behind the fact. That ryan garcia is one of the top fighters in the game. Today like that's still has yet to be proven. So it's a put them in there with a guy like luke campbell. You know who who has a decorated amateur pedigree and who Has been in the ring with some of the best fighters at this way class. Loma chanko inland. Yoda's you know. This is definitely a guy that you can test your metal against you know. This isn't such a huge step up for ryan that it doesn't make any sense or that he's like lacking but it's also As a much better fighter than the guys that he has fought so Yeah i. I don't know i think that he riots in a little bit. You know it's as you know blida rate him I think that that's hopeful. Wishing obviously you're fighter that's what you wanna say that's what you wanna do But to actually go out there and accomplish that i..

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"gercy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"gercy" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

"You can do that. That might not be walk. Walk exercise my as easy fucking privilege. Go Leonard What are they doing in that car. It's he's Asian. They don't call them. I mean like he not from here does a girl a situation where she is down. Invite another lady so we we have a few times but she like she really don't like girls but she liked girls enough to please let me know saying so. We had a few times like a couple of minutes that we knew yeah. You know what I'm saying. We strain like free because I'm the type of movie not I come out of town long flight and try to sneak in on the couch in front of a freelance. I'm that guy that's tight. Yeah because you know what what else we get so. I hate boring. Yeah Hey boring. It'd be a bad thing if I get bored. My saying. I'm that's the only anthony. CUMIA cited as bad for person to get a lot of attention to be bored at home. Because I won't be looking forward to go home if I knew it's going to be boy. I noticed this random check on. You gotTA girl sleepover. I can talk all of them when I noted my girl allow it. We don't cool. We have fun economy down like I don't need to ask so there's a lot of women understand it and a Lotta women different. I mean everybody's different will understand like because I really feel you like. Is it deeper from as far as like men because women are GonNa be loyal as far as like how one person they want want filling foot you know what I'm saying. Men Kinda like be taught for four or five years old. I mean can you get. How many girlfriends can you give? I seen we talked all right. They make the boys proud and made the girls shamed about it. Yeah so it's kind of like I always feel like managers made me happy. I'll make you happy. I'm loyal I don't so what's it seems like. Hey maybe this knick doing lists what nick looked that's different. Let me tell you the Laura tell us tell us tell us different because women women not not no and they go back because they handle that. Why let me tell you why? Because it's not far fetched that they know man like like having sex men are sexy sex creatures. I hear what you're saying. You go if you walk here. Gercy girl she will be heard on that ship with a a great chance. y'All get over 'cause we're fucking stupid rebuke right. and she a nickel balls and your girl mount in his his argument right because the argument comes from women. Most extreme way you could pay fixing women are more likely you know they say women are more emotional with it. So it's going to follow you could brought law have sex with ten women and not curb got hit by what's true that girl you pussy or hair or something some kind of especially they gotta fill in the Tach is somebody did not going to go off because they because they do they do of course just as well but yeah okay. Ninety percents tips but ninety percent. Really really gonNA be a toy. You just born in hotel. Can you come on Monday. You just WANNA bus leave the process a woman. It'll be like if she if she if a woman steps out the top processes she's been thinking about this about in about one person. Yeah that deep all the Tom but it's not going to do it with somebody they don't like a little bit we would do it. Well let me fucking who real quick quick take off the KKK. Looking.

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"gercy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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'La Luz Del Mundo' Church Leader Charged with Child Rape in U.S.

Business Beware

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

'La Luz Del Mundo' Church Leader Charged with Child Rape in U.S.

"The leader of the Mexico based lose del Mundo church with branches in the US has been charged in California with crimes involving human trafficking, and child. Rape, California attorney general's office at Tuesday that in the sun, Joaquin Garcia, and a twenty four year old female follower of the church arrested Monday after landing at Elliot and national airport around one thousand worshippers gathered at the headquarters of the church in Guadalajara to pray for gercy as he was held in Los Angeles. Twenty five million dollars bail.

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"gercy" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on WJR 760

"You have to put that. So you rent can go don't even Q Rame about getting married. Hey, what's going to happen? The wait. Are you serious about that? You too long time Carson, so. But you know, we do need to remove those perverse incentives because we want to get people on the right track. And when it comes to poverty, you know, there's a study done by bookings institute. Big national study, and they conclude there were three things a person could do to reduce their risk of living in poverty to two percent less number one finish high school number to get married. Number three, eighteen married to have children, we need to integrate some of those things to our politics. We don't want people living in poverty want people to realize the American. Yeah. But the for me one of the real keys here. I mean, we know, and you know in Detroit, Dan Gilbert's in effect on downtown. And what's happened with the development down there? But to me what you're trying to do is get the Dan Gilbert's of the world to invest in the neighborhoods to go in there and take chances building condominium complexes, and and built subdivisions around the city of Detroit that people can afford to move into and then they get a tax break based on their investment. And you know, what happens when you go in and you start these economic investments. His they create stimulation for the whole area. It's just like in New York when they thought Amazon was coming. Bunch of little businesses sprung up. I don't know what's going to happen too. Tila, crazy Cortes blew the whole deal for you know. Yeah, exactly. But, but that's what happens, you know, you you kind of fertilize the ground and all kinds of things start growing, and we're gonna see that Detroit with Ford by the train station. Know, I mean court town is already had pretty good success. But now it's kind of chance to really take away another choice head. It's I really sustained success credit to the mayor and some of the people who've been willing to work with them bringing a new different kind of vision taking it section by section. So that people can actually see the progress that's being made. And I'm very proud of what's going on in my hometown. We're awfully proud of you here in Washington, HUD, sick involved in so many important projects, including the one we've been talking about this morning and community development. That's obviously key. You gotta get the neighborhoods rebuilt or public private partnerships. That's the key. It's not all government. It's not sector. But when they worked together, what can be accomplished is almost incomprehensible, particularly if we throw the politics aside now, and you know, the other thing I like about this is it's not just the government check that is sent to somebody is they've got to invest in. Then they do their taxes, and the you know that happened again, it's a long term invest yet. Because you've got to impressive for five years before you get ten percent deck and the capital gains for that original investment seven years. You get a fifteen percent ten years. You don't have to pay any capital gains on the new game. That was made. I mean, this fabulous opportunity economic people who wanna do things long term. But you know, if you have to do it long term, you're not gonna make investment and walk away. You're going to be very interested in making sure that it succeeds. And that's the real beauty. Exactly. Hey did luck with this. We we really appreciate the time. How how you feel about tomorrow you nervous about tomorrow with the bar summary coming on, you know, I'm I'm glad that it's going to be coming out that we'll be able to look underneath and see what what's this all about? And how can we make sure that this kind of silliness doesn't continue to go on? I got some ideas on that. But I'm not going to share them. Dr gercy great. So you think having by always good to be always great to chat so much. Dr Ben Carson, the detroiter who's the secretary of housing. It took me months after I got multi focal lens implants from Dr yaldo to stop instinctively reaching for my reading Lassus when I sat down with the computer looked at menu her picked up a magazine and the nights smile knowing that that part of my life.

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"gercy" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Go to Tom calling in from Detroit. Tom, you're on free talk live. Guide. I I have a couple of questions for you. Sure. How I understand what the crypto currency is. I understand the idea of it. But I am a little suspicious of it. Sure. And I got a set of those here, and I'd like to ask questions. Absolutely. All right. Right. Well, one how is ripple currency any different from Fiat gercy, other than the fact that that peac currency is a currency. The the currency is what? Yeah. Forced I mean. Yeah. It's not just a a printing press baking currency put it is a forced currency if you don't accept the US dollar when you have a store it's against the law. So it's a forced currency, right? How crypto currency any different? So cryptocurrency in the sense of let's just talk about bitcoin to make this this easier. Bitcoin cash, whatever you prefer, you know, talk about here, all almost all crypto currencies have this particular aspect. They're not only a currency, but they're also currency transmission system. So for instance, if you're comparing this to silver, right, like silver is a currency could be a currency. But it's not a currency transmission system. There's no way to get silver from seven and the little vent ports in my computer at comes out, North Korea. Right. I'd have to mail it. And then rely on government, mail transmissions. Systems to get from one location to another with crypto currency. Nobody can stand in the way of me, sending my value from one location to another. So some of the value of crypto currency is the fact that there's this built in immutable unchangeable. You know, honest transmission system that is relatively cheap compared to things like Western Union and stuff like that. And it's peer to peer. Fiat is not appears to private. It's that money that is property of some private Bank. So so for instance, if you compare it to a Fiat is called Fiat because like a like, a king issues, a Fiat that means he gives an order, right? And he says that this is money because it has money so Fiat is because some government said that it was money crypto. Although it may not be backed by something like gold or silver or something like that. Then again gold and silver is not backed by golden silver either. It's just gold and silver. Right. It's just what it is gold or silver as a metal and that metal has certain properties. Currency is software and that software has certain properties. Well. I give you opportunity to explain all that. And you made a lot of claims there. One one one is that yes, you can transport this crypto currency, which is just a make believe number is space around the world in a in a nanosecond it holds it holds physical value at all. And then you also you related to gold and silver. If it was the same thing. Gold and silver aren't the same thing. Each other, right? Different things. All right. Gold silver has for thousands of years been has its value. Because it's a physical thing that I can hold in my hand that is rare. Cryptocurrency is just like via Turkey, it doesn't exist. It just numbers. Just as the printing press prince off valueless paper. They're just numbers. There scares the valueless paper. Well, I know valley now you'll obviously the paper has value. I mean, you know. Let's discuss chambers. Second. Why does the paper our Green Paper in our pocket? Why is everyone convinced that it has value? Well, that's the that is the definition value. Is everyone convinced right. Like, so it has now you because I can give it to you in exchange for something. And then you can give it to somebody else that exchange for something. And they can give it to somebody else in exchange for something. You may not like why it has value. And I don't like why it has. Now, you I will agree with you on that. But it has now you. Only imagine value. Oh, okay. Gold and silver has value because it is rare. It is physically in my hand for thousands of years and has been actual real money. Thousands of years. I don't want to get on the air and say that I don't think that one should have hold and use silver and gold in part of their portfolio. Please don't paint me as that guy. Because that's not me. I'm not I've I've bought a boat a big boat with silver at one point. So and some cash to use all my silver, the guy would accept silver. And that's great. But I also attempted to to pay farmhands for years with mercury dimes. I had lots and lots of mercury dimes, and although it has value. They didn't want to same experience is really really hard to spend. Silver. Right. You'd accept it for. Hey, though when you right? I got a call from the well, I don't know if it was real true. But I got a call from the guy who said he was from the secret service because I advertise want advertiser years ago, selling hey, twenty five cents a bale if paid for impre- nineteen sixty four silver coin, I literally got a phone call from someone claiming to be from the secret service. And they were like what's up what this Mike, I'll take cash, but you know, it's going to be like. You know, why that's really a good point. That's a very good point about what the at first is yet hurts. He is not just a printing press. Printing, paper, it it means that you're forced to use it. And you just made a great example of what I'm talking about. If you only want steel, silver and gold, you can't is that why they contacted you. How dare you only accepts over go today when I do with my business, I do property management work and snow plowing is one of the big things. I do and I'd snow plow driveways. It's like fifty bucks driveway. But if you pay me in crypto currency is forty dollars you pay me in cash, it's.

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"gercy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Was really right there with Wiseman right at the top. She was a Hillary Clinton lawyer in the foundation Clinton loyalists partisan all the way through and, you know, the we're in forty hours this in this what I thought was going to be voluntary. Interview hers. A unmarked FBI building in Washington. DC closed in conference room internal converse rule. There's no windows. There's no clock. You have to ask permission to the FBI. The company is door, the restroom. I mean, the the incomes three of the prosecutors from Mueller's team six to nine FBI, and they sit across the table from me and my attorney with a agents thick book with all my everything they've gotten on me. All my Email to know more about me than I know about myself, they start grilling you for hours and hours and hours. You can't leave his exhausting experience. And they do then they all act up the they leave the room. They get mad. They take all their stuff with them. And they call my attorney into the next room that they had lied to them. And then they I have to sit in this room by myself. Observation bubbles. I'm sure somebody's watching me in another room. I can't see I'm I'm counting the tiles on the floor. I mean, I have to pay around for an hour in this closed in room wondering what's going on? And so and you said they got mad the who. Specifically was the genie on January would get mad dog Alinsky unscathed. Even after twenty hours said we'll walk patience is thin. We'll bring Dr gercy one more time back to see if he can stop lying. Lanvin lying to them at all. That's clear for the fact, they didn't indict me. And no indictments were announced as part of the this this report, so you are vindicated and exonerated just like the president in this case. But what's different is? Now, the president is there are some suggesting he move on that he not dragged the country through what is about to happen. But what are your thoughts on investigating the special counsel and his team? Well, I I don't think he can restore trust in the Justice department with the American people until you get to the bottom of, you know, the FIS court, and why does this this apparent live Russian collusion. Penetrated all the way through to the top of the Obama administration and resulted in the Mueller investigation. This find out who's accountable for this. We can't allow our Justice system to become a little sized and weapon is we can't make politics of crime. Donald trump. Did nothing wrong Getty spent two years trying to remove him from office with CNN and MSNBC everyday beating the drums and sterile commentary about collusion. That's why my interrogation fell apart because the Mueller's team genie Rian Lonski were convinced that I could connect Roger stone to Assange and that was going to be critical in their collusion. Because then Roger stone was going to be talking to Donald Trump and working with Assange is when to release these emails that have been stolen on Hillary to be most damaging. Well, it never happened. 'cause I couldn't connect. I don't know. I just figured out on my own in July two thousand sixteen pedestrian emails. You can say, I guess it or I deduced it told a lot of people. That's what I thought was going to happen. I told Roger. But I've eight basically figured it out. And you know, I can't be prosecuted because it was smart enough to figure out advance. The Sanja possesses Email if I never talked to anybody to get that information is a matter deduction. Dr Corsie Adam Schiff continues this narrative of collusion. Even though William bar has issued a four page summation saying that the president was not involved in any collusion or obstruction. If indeed William bar was holding back and repainting a narrative that wasn't was not in agreement with the Muller investigation wouldn't buy down Muller come forth and say, wait a minute. What do you in bar is exactly right in his interpretation of my report? I think Mueller would come forward. If if I was not interpreting it correctly. I mean from what I understand bars going to remove parts of the Reeler report that had to do with grand jury or with national security information, but he's going to release the report and soon as I get that done. And I can't imagine that reading the report is going to be any different than the conclusions. So much of it hoping for his grand jury testimony, which has to be reducted. Anyway, rebulk is silent. No, more Dr Corsi. We are very happy for you and your family going.

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"gercy" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"I'm not a boxing expert. You guys know this. I think when you look at Xs and os, you look at who does what best and you go down the list and go all right, boxing, technique power puff. Ching combos footwork cardio resume pedigree. Mike, your checks, everything except power athletic ability. When there's power athlete Earl Spencer all goddamn day. He's a monster. He's a complete fucking monster. I just think with Mikey gercy is high Q, and he knows that game where he can exchange with Earl Smith junior. Now, I say can exchange. I mean over round after round I do think if he were to have some sort of air and his judgment and gets clipped by Smith junior Mike has a fucking chin. So I think you learn from that. So it's not like a one shot mock out if he doesn't make a mistake in Spence walkaway with homeland KO, I think this goes to the judges scorecards, I think Mon Mike your edges out round after round. I think it's like a seven to five rounds wise, I think Mike Garcia gets ahead early. And then Earl spent starts going for the knockout search. Maybe land some big shots winning arounds by Mike gets it done via decision. I don't the popular opinion. What's up, bro? See what happens? We wanna make some money to. It's not a bad bet annal. You guys know me always like to bet the dogs and make money. I think you think my Garcia's boxing. I q gets it done against one of the greatest in the world to wait division. Earl Spencer junior. Bom that ado, but sitting in some fan questions got a few, bro. Michael beef often debate on fights. I do it on a account. Every big fight every damn. Every fight. Wow. Did you know that Josh underscored Hanlon fourteen seven Ben Rothwell for Derek Lewis next? That makes a lot of sense. I love that brilliant. Did Joe Silva do that was Joe civil do you ever think what's he doing paid off? Real he's probably living somewhere in the DC area of Ginny. I think was where he's at and just fucking jacking off and watching fuck in old UFC fight pass flights. He must be an ruined Boorda's. Fuck. Yeah. That's probably trolling people on the internet and shit talking shit to fighters time, you turn down that fuck and fight you bitch. If you like who is this guy housi- know that. Awesome shot. Joe Silva, Artem underscore ninety one. Is it normal for Dana to skip out on on an event he was courtside at the Lakers Celtics game. Yeah, bro. When you had his love, we can go to every fight all the fights. That one was was local. So you kinda made it I mean, the states flight for you. But you know, can can Roger Goodell. Go to all the big NFL games. Now. Does he go to every single one? No, he picks and chooses have to be at everyone does shows you how big the sportsground a good thing. Pseudo underscore Rita. Do you think Carlos Condit can get back to being a top contender on the top? We'll wait stuff murders Roman. They're young. They're hungry. Guys. Have the runs he's one of the greats. What else get all right? Let's just do one more brand one nutrition. Brennan, did you ever get hit in the bread basket? Like black beasted, did you recover? How how he kept going was awesome. Breadbasket never I'm trying to think of fight. Mccrone up with a good knee to the body. Kazakh hit me with a kick to the body. But nothing like Dirk Lewis has been hit by Travis Brown and now June Joe Santos never flush like that in training. I was hit there and eat. It's listen the toughest guys on the planet. Can't fake a body shot. There's nothing to do. It's it's the best punch in boxing or mixed. Martial arts. You might be the strong sky mental in the head. But the body just there's nothing to do. Just tough it out shut down. So that that's it. All right, man. So I had to Russia and questions rushing get a pedicure, Keith Thurman. That's my life a few dates for the official big dude energy tour big big, dude. Energy march. Fifteenth sixteenth. That's this Friday and Saturday this Friday Saturday, I'm back on tour run all new material.

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"gercy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To get you to admit to what they got the general law to what they're trying to get Roger stone on. Now you lie to us. It always comes down to that doesn't doctorates. You did something wrong. You broke a federal law. You lied in this conversation, we're having now. So therefore, we have you. And the reason I would not take their plea deal is because the they want to the first day. I had memory mistake. I didn't remember some emails. I have mended that testimony that allowed me to amend it. They wanted me to confess to the first days unamended testimony. They have the amended testimony. But they wanted you to admit that you live the first time around. Yes. Ridiculous. As I said, I was a memory mistake. I had I saw the emails I came back ten days later, I amended the testimony. So that's how fraudulent the Miller people were. I mean, it was constantly trying to trap you in force you confused. You is it by the end of these forty hours by mind was mush down. I like being interrogated by the group. All they lacked was the spotlight to put on top of you couldn't see who they were a questioning you this over hour after hour and seventy two years old suggesting you wear out. You can't remember to begin with right? And there was no crime. If I had gone to see Assange, you would not have been a crime reporter, I could have reported with Assange eight I just didn't. And that broke their home. Or they somehow without that you receiving something from Assange, which didn't happen Senator Roger stone who somehow filtered it to Donald Trump is that what they thought. Or is that what they wanted you to think they thought that was their hypothesis. They wanted me to confirm and they wanted me to tell the name of the person of connected me to Assange. I was never connected to his right? But they wanted to say this is how Trump colluded because then Roger could passback instructions through me or through my contact with Sanjiv dropped the emails now do this instructing in colluding as to how Assange was gonna use these emails. It never happened. The prosecutors Assange isn't gonna tell you what he's got given all kinds of interviews. He hasn't got here. Dr gercy that I'll let you scoop me. Why don't you take these emails and published in advance of me, right? His job to do it himself. You're absolutely right about that. It is Dr Jerome Corsi. The end of the book is silent. No more before. I let you go to get go to Corsi nation dot com. That's his website is dot com. Right doctor. Yes, sir. Coursey dot com. So you see Roger stone and a swat team of FBI agents showing up CNN happened to be there at six o'clock in the morning. Who knows how that happens crazy? But they take away in handcuffs any wake him up out of a dead sleep. And they've got fifty different people in this neighborhood and Broward County, Florida. What goes through your mind, you thinking are they going to try this crap on me too? I mean, what do you see? Said my wife, maybe we're going to be woken up in the middle by swat team tearing down the door..

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"gercy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Radio. This is weekend edition from NPR news. I'm Lou gercy Enviro good morning. It's still just February of two thousand nineteen but the twenty twenty presidential race is already up and running. It's the most diverse field of Democrats ever some more known than others, and they all want to challenge. President Trump next November. They've also announced their candidacies in a variety of ways. Here's Senator Elizabeth Warren at a rally yesterday in Massachusetts. I stand here today to declare that. I am a candidate for president. Author and spiritual advisor to Oprah Marianne Williamson announced her candidacy on stage in Los Angeles last month, and in Texas, and I'm proud to call myself, a son of San Antonio, former mayor Houlihan Castro I am a candidate for president of the United States. Former congressman John Delaney announced via a Washington Post op Ed back in twenty seventeen and earlier this month. Senator Cory Booker tweeted, his news with a slick campaign video in America. We have a common pain, but what we're lacking. It's a sense of common purpose and New York tech entrepreneur announced by video to Hello. I'm Andrew Yang. And I'm running for president as a democrat in twenty twenty. Then there are the television talk shows. Here's Representative Tulsi Gabbard on CNN. I have decided to run, and we'll be making a formal announcement within the next week. And Senator Kamala Harris on good Morning, America. And you have an announcement. You'd like to think I am running for president of the United States Senator Amy klobuchar says she's making a big announcement this afternoon in Minneapolis. What could it be several more potential candidates have formed exploratory committees that haven't quite made it official like south bend, Indiana, mayor Pete Buddha judge, and here's Senator Kirsten gillibrand on the late show with Stephen Colbert. How often does the exploratory committee go out and explore and come back and go. Yeah. Don't run. Well, it's an important first step, and it's one I'm taking because I'm going to run and then they're shared Brown. The populist democratic Senator from Ohio even though he's still mulling a run for the presidency Brown's essentially in campaign mode, visiting key early voting states. He's seen by some as the antidote to Donald Trump's popularity in the mid west NPR's asthma holid- reports from his latest stop in New Hampshire. Shared Brown calls this trip his dignity of work tour. He's in. Evangelist for workers in better wages at a bookshop in concord. He insisted you don't win a state like Ohio. If you don't understand that Democrats think you have to choose between running to the progressive base believe we should and talking to working families talking to workers that it's a choice, and it can't be a choice Brown and his supporters will often point out that he's been talking about unfair trade deals and working class wages long before Donald Trump entered the political arena. I look at the phony populism of Donald Trump always dividing people with his rhetoric heart of Brown's goal is to reclaim populism. Real populism is never racist. It's never antisemitic. It doesn't divide people that doesn't give tax cuts to rich people that doesn't do any of those things real populism. And that's what this fights about. It's an economic message ripe for the democratic primaries and a woman in the crowd Lizzy Shackelford tells Brown she hopes he joins the race. She thinks he has what it takes to fundamentally shift the equation between. Corporations and workers. But then she raises in issue concern now is how you will win the primary at a time with Democrats are really looking for change for Nightman. There's a slight pause. A few in agreement and some chuckles Brown acknowledges the awkwardness but then dives into an explanation. I think the race is about ideas. And I think Democrats understand that he then points to his voting record in congress. If we're in the race, I will be the only one on stage. That's a long time f- from the NRA only democrat on stage they voted against NAFTA. I'll be the only democrat on stage that voted against the Iraq war of the the only Brown is highlighting both is progressive credentials and his experience. He's been in congress longer than most of his fellow Democrats running for president and his answer was convincing voters like Sally Helms in her longtime friend Jerry king sounds like he really had an answer to that. I think he's asked yourself. His wife is Connie Schultz, the spunky Pulitzer prize winning journalist who introduced him at this event. She's got her own fan base. Among progressives. One of the things you hear from people who supported Brown for a long time is that he is the real deal. And that's how Helms felt after hearing him. He's about the fifth or six candidates that I've seen and he's my favorite Brown is far less known than some of his colleagues in the Senate who've already declared their presidential ambitions. It's not clear how he would compensate for low name recognition, but he has something few other democratic candidates have midwest credibility. He comes from the state a, greedy state, Ohio. Pat Clark, like a lot of people who tell me they like Brown mentions, the senators routes in Ohio one of those days that has.

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"gercy" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"The airport at eight eleven again experiencing issues shortly after takeoff. The pressurization issue was so bad. They turn the fight around return to the airport in Connecticut. Once it landed several customers aboard the flight were treated for injuries comfort by local paramedics one person's ears below my God. The bachelor was on night. Kaelin watched. Stop. Tweet about. A woman had her first kiss on the bachelor I kiss ever. She's twenty three. Wow. That look like did it look like she knew what she was doing. It actually didn't look bad. But the build up was so awkward because they talked about it a lot. And I felt like he felt the pressure to make an amazing. So of course, he did it during fireworks. But I'm dated someone for eight months, and they never kissed like how what did they do? I don't know for named Josie gercy. I wonder what a what a video would look like if my first kiss. I was. Seniors old I was at a hotel and. Vacation we were on a family vacation, and I kissed some girl that I met from like San Francisco or something we should do that thing on Twitter, you should post a picture, they reunite did you ever see that too? Picture of it. Come on. And it would have been one of those disposable cameras. My first was thirteen and two same hotel at a hotel from a girl from San Francisco. Under duress being pressure. It was.

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Single winning ticket sold in U.S. lottery just shy of world record

Arizona's Morning News

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Single winning ticket sold in U.S. lottery just shy of world record

"Gercy, America has a new billionaire. Air one winning ticket for last night's one point six billion dollar mega millions drawing was sold in South Carolina. Meanwhile, a one million dollar winning ticket was sold at a seven eleven store near sixty seven th avenue, and Camelback, and there were also several ten thousand dollar winning

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"gercy" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast

"'cause girls to lose their innovations and there in in, you know, lower there in a lower their ability to say no. She said that they would target certain girls. Usually girls who were alone or shy. She says she has firm recollection of seeing boys, quote lined up outside rooms at many of these parties waiting for their turn with a girl inside the room. Now, this is. Here's my thing in. Outsell you guys, you know, I, I've been in some very interesting places. I've been in some very interesting parties. I've been to some wild parties in undergrad, hell through a couple of wild parties. I will literally never forget walking into my bedroom at a house party, and I'm not gonna say Was it it now. now they listen to the show, but I do remember what you were doing, sir. That was consensual, though it was absolutely because I know that it was essential that was like rim on my b. So used to me comfortable. Confident, baron, the whole damn house. Comforter, you know. I never understood why guys hang out, do it. Another do just come do it in your bed, man. You're gonna get beat the fuck. Oh, okay. I walk that. My home hanging a walk into my bedroom to grab something saga was going on. I backed out. I was like, that can wait. Now I will say, now, here's my thing. I want to be. Title. He he, he shooting shot. Gercy come on. Now I was like, hey. Egrad. Now I will house it, and then I got p. now we'll say this if she's been over the bed and you are not in the bed at Canada. Okay. But if these, if you'll need to make an imprint, she come back, come back, come. Let's come back with somebody. I do know that in now and I'm not saying any names. I'm not. I'm not. I wasn't there. I haven't seen things. I don't know four. I do know that in both high school and college, I do know of women who participated in group sex in that manner both ago. Now, I know of a situation that happened when we were in high school where these guys and I know one of the and this was a situation that could have ruined their lives. They went and pick this girl up took to the career. You know what I'm saying? They all you know, had their time and they videotaped it now think she knew she would be videotaped. First of all, she knew she was on tight. Now, the thing about it was when she got back to where she was going and realize that you know, she had snuck out and nobody know what she was. She cried rape. And these gentlemen were all arrested. And when they got to the police station, they was like, now bre we got we got take. And so that's the only reason they weren't. Put in jail behind that, do not go out. He Enrico at nobody now. Now, here's my thing disclose now with I know of other situations that were not recorded where women participated in group sex of this nature of their own free will the cord. I personally have walked into a room and seeing people engaged in sexual congress in such a manner. I did not feel the need to join in. That is not my thing. Sorry, I'm going to back away and that kind of loose right about now dammit, but here's the thing I also know now those situations were of consenting women consenting adults. I also know of. Way too many situations where women were put in positions where they didn't feel like they could say no, right or where women were harassed and put these look rape, goes under reported. Number one. Out of all of the out of all of the rate allegations that are made less than ten percent are proven to be false or are false by admission or by proof and many of which that are true, don't get prosecuted. So look at like this. If right is under reported in less than ten percent are false. If we, if every single rape or sexual assault was reported in this country. The number, the number of false sexual assault and rape, accusations with drop astronomically. In my opinion, probably down to, I told you guys off the air, and I'm not going to say her name because you know it's her story to tell, and this is not the platform for that, but I had a friend's mother..

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"gercy" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Was that didn't you guys have to shop for a bigger glove? I think four x weather for the for broadcast Brocker or. Both of them had to say, yeah, they both somebody had to run and get a bigger glove, right? I don't know if they had a run. I think they were really vailable what had happened when up with the glows on maybe that one, the the gloves on Brock they rip and Burt Watson says, we only had two pair as immense that you gotta figure out man because we only got one more pair. So what I did with solve ladder clinicals goes when they put their gloves on the put, vast lean on on the padding and the slight the gloves. So that's what I did with Brock and it and it went in on the second pair. I kept that glove both of them and they're about like this man. And he signed it from me at smudge that, but rock knows. And I know. Vogue and back on memory lane. We brought up Chris little earlier and more the other side with the Hanratty maybe other side of your work. The cuts self, one of my favorite, Chris little fights was ten years after that. You have sixty UFC seventy eight. He fought TI go Alvis now I don't know. Yeah, I think I think Leto was blue corners. I don't know if you had them or not, or maybe you weren't working that fight you. You tell me, but remember the doctor stopped, but a lot of it was it was a great fight. So maybe that was part of it, but a lot of people felt because the cut you know where it was. It wasn't a super deep. It was more off to the side and they felt like, you know, it was allowed to go and other places. Do you remember that? Does that jog any memories that's right now, but but if the cut was to the side and it's it's important to work with doctors that have been trauma doctors in instead of a, you know, a house doctor or chiropractor like that because these guys don't freak out on blood. And, but if you got a cut on the side and it's not going to interfere when you stop the fight, it's when you give a fire fighter that at a disadvantage and get blood in the eyes. But if runs to, this is just to be clear at the man was for that particular scenario. The chiropractor wouldn't come in here. Okay. You know you've even having been ring. Shit. I've had this one doctor. He's looking. He's stitch, does it need stitches? See, I think he does, and he asked me a couple of times. And then finally, he says, well, you know what? I'm I'm a heart specialist. That's at heart attack. I could handle it, but I know fucking doing here. So I had a guy in and and sure enough. Yeah. Yeah, with the with the stitches on just letting real. Yeah, he needs stitches and yeah, so I'll take care of the fighter. Oh, just follow my lead, you know, that type of thing. All right. We gotta take a break. I'm gonna read this on the way out. This is exactly what Leonard gercy said. He said, don't usually say much on social media, not my Cup of tea, watching all this gym thing at Jackson link. Emma may and at cowboy Sironi unfold, it sucked because I saw it build up. I saw it build all the way up and then fall into this mess. I saw at Diego's Diego nightmare Sanchez you have see get on and see things. The cowboy didn't sit too well. Here's what I have to say, dig, I respect. You always have thought you were a little crazy, but hey, we are. We are all little bit. Let cowboy and at MAC, platinum, Mike Perry handle their business that signing dated. I'm sure they can hash things out without anyone chiming in if you feel like you have to get involved. Then I'm sure at world be KF would give us free reign to get whatever it is off. Our chest cowboy has a brother that will always be around. Those pretty good. You know, because he sent a message with respect, but also let them know we have to hash it out with correct plugs that key plug the right people..

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"gercy" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Is up sometimes they bring us down and this is the work of kinda gercy whose wasn't ucla now is it yell and she found that looking at this really in depth almost nagasy of how teams actually worked she found that if you think about the trajectory of of a team project during the first part of king project teams do very very little so a lot of status seeking there's a lot of you know some enthusiasm but she found that very little actually gets done things the work doesn't really start in earnest jill particular moment in which you found is over and over again that moment when things really got done was the mid point so you give a team in thirty one days to a project they get started in earnest on day sixteen give team eleven days it get started ernest sunday six there is something in in which he found because she was her research videotape audiotape people who are doing this is at someone invariably at that midpoint issued a cry a time signal saying oh my god we squandered half time gotta get going and that's what i call the affect there's so it's really interesting mid points are very very interesting things sometimes they they flat nor motivation other times they spike our motivation there's a lot in the book about midlife crises mid points even endings and ends of decades end of life and things like that i wish we had time to get into all of that but we'll leave some for the folks at home to enjoy when they pick up the book of course as well it's called when this scientific secrets of perfect timing thanks so much for doing the show today dan really appreciate it jordan it's been a pleasure thanks for having me interesting stuff jason i mean obviously we all knew getting up for six am or whatever seven thirty am high school was not working with our rhythms as teenagers but there's a lot of the timing there's a lot more to the timing thing that i thought really you know like i never heard of the trav it totally makes sense five hour energy had it in their commercial right it's like a no twothirty feeling later on right member the twothirty feeling used to be a thing we'd talk about in college anyway or grad school i can't remember now yeah no it's funny show to bob and i listened to this book when we were driving across country to los angeles from chicago and a lot of it really made sense and it was funny the dan never really got into the napping habit and i've been napper for like twenty years i think maybe not twenty years but maybe at least ten there's an app called poses z is easy we'll have it linked in the show notes that i use literally every day i take a twenty minute nap in i feel fantastic because i do it right in the trough and i recommend everybody give it a try and that's interesting so you take a twenty minute nap in the middle of the day i think that's probably really wise you know looking at the research that dan had in the book and that we talked about on the show there's a lot to be said for even a five ten fifteen or ideally twenty minute break whether or not you can nap in.

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"gercy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Obviously there is a lot of shock and you could hear the ause afterwards most people are just trying to get the story but there wasn't too much time for questions and once people kind of got things back together some journalists right to ask about publish hitter meant to his kill two years ago no arrests no convictions by a car bomb in the center of kiev and that is not what they wanted to hear today was a day when the security services in law enforcement wanted to celebrate the victory to make up for the many failings over the past years and that's how they wanted to focus the narrative i mean i think as far as we presently know we can call this results for the cranium security services to the extent that mister bob chengkuo is still alive but yesterday this time yesterday when everybody thought he was dead ukraine's prime minister vladimir gercy grossman and others with very very keen to blame russia for his death do we know were they in on the act or did they actually not no the security services were doing you know it's unclear how many people were in on it president putter shangqiu today met with met with him and he admitted that he was in on it but said no one else in the presidential administration knew so it's not clear people from the foreign ministry minister your prime minister grossman knew it seemed to be on a need to know basis and they decided most people did not need to know so i think there are a lot of ukrainian officials who are very surprised today as well stephen linda studio it is really hard to new even to stop with this but i'll start with what i think is an easy gentle full tall say question to which i suspect the answer is yes would katie bad chanko have had reason to fear for his safety absolutely yes i mean that's why he left russia in the first place he has an interesting story he was a he was a student who was a law student into his second year back in nineteen ninetyfive when brother unusually that was award started in chechnya he was actually.

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EPA chief gets support from Trump, warning from White House

24 Hour News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

EPA chief gets support from Trump, warning from White House

"And holding players i'm ed donahue ethics questions have been dogging the head of the environmental protection agency but as ap saga megani reports he's now getting some support from his boss rumors have been swirling that scott pruitt could be the next top trump administration member to lose his job but to administration officials say president trump called his epa chief last night to offer his support telling pruitt to keep his head up and that we've got your back they say white house chief of staff john kelly offered similar assurances in a call this morning pruitt's been under intense scrutiny for using a capitol hill condo linked to a dc lobbyist whose firm represents fossil fuel companies saga megani at the white house a neo nazi website says its attacks are protected by the first amendment they piece jackie quinn reports now a judge in montana is way arguments in the case of a jewish woman seeking protection against online trolling does the online publisher of the daily stormer into england have a first amendment right to unleash a troll storm of antisemitic and threatening messages against the montana real tour and her family tanya gercy sudan glenn last year after he made her personal information public in a post that called for a troll storm because of her involvement in a property deal for a relative of white nationalist richard spencer gir says that her family received hundreds of harassing messages england's lawyers say the neo nazi publisher has the right to protected political speech they want the lawsuit thrown out i'm jacky quin.

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"gercy" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"gercy" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Gercy understand the things i knew when it comes to hypocrisy he goes i spend half my life out using legal we seem is the main is legal as ligo what about down there do you know as you know like they like reeve does anyone on happiness goes when i was young they said reeve was bad no can only nancy reagan with so sad my my the she'd scold me she'd scold me it was hard too bad i told i told her i liked weed yeah i tweet does anyone k this anyone k it's legal down here is a legal down the does anyone can legal down there is a legal down there is it legal down there.

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