20 Burst results for "Gharib"

"gharib" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"gharib" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Of angels do with me. Radio look guys those beautiful. It was something land because of the way we record audio. They probably just heard one of us. I hope it was me. The pope's this pope this week got a little hori won't be. I was hoping you hadn't seen this. But you both said you have. And so i put the link in the dock and said do not click this. I would like it to be. But the pope actually. Why don't you tell us the story hold on eh. needed need to click on it. Why does this not available to. You does it. Oh boy. Pope francis account caught liking bikini models. Racy suspenders picture on instagram. So picture this if you could a woman let me go ahead and describe as for you in an audio medium. A young man. Natalia gharib auto thank you. You're welcome that's important for the picture model. You might want to go look at it. go look it up. If you feel if you're alone not on your workflow. Keep your hands or you can see boy. She's got a like a crop. Top tied white shirt is that can we call that a skirt. It looks like a garter. Like ashley going deep into the details. But it's like she's got a schoolgirl naughty schoolgirl. It's like a halloween explaining it. Actually more than halloween but sheikh allowing costume is if you were dressing up to like right before you have sex. That is not a real. Nobody's wearing that out most times. I don't think that's legal birthday. And i've been a jerk. Because i've been working a lot. So let's say hello. You got this just trying to make it.

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Demonstrate God's Word in Your Life (Ezekiel 4:4-8)

Pray the Word with David Platt

05:49 min | 3 months ago

Demonstrate God's Word in Your Life (Ezekiel 4:4-8)

"Zekiye chapter four versus four through eight. Then, lie on your left side and place the punishment of the House of Israel upon it. For the number of the days that you lie on it, you shall bear their punishment. FRY signed to you a number of days three, hundred, ninety days. Equal. To the number of the years of their punishment. So long. Shall you bear the punishment of the House of Israel? And when you've completed. You should lie down a second time but on your right side and bear the punishment of the House of Judah. Forty days I assign you a day for each ear and you shall set your face toward the siege of Jerusalem with your arm Baird and you shall prophesy against the city. And behold I will place cords upon you. So you cannot turn from one side to the other till you have completed the days of your siege. And so much we could talk about in these verses but the basic picture is God is calling Ezekiel as a prophet to do two things one to prophesy about the city. So to speak the words of God and to tell what God has said to him to the people and then second to demonstrate these words with his life. He's specifically talking about the punishment of the House of Israel the punishment of the House of Judah, basically God's judgment on Israel and Judah and how he would take action specifically lying on his left side for three hundred ninety days. On his right side for forty days representing the number of years associated with judgement punishment toward the House of Israel and the House of Judah we don't know specifics of how this would play out like for all those three hundred ninety days on the left side and forty days on the right side. But basically. Lying there for long periods of time on those days, unable to turn from one side to the other as a demonstration is an illustration is a picture of the words he's speaking. Now, how does that lead us to pray? Why want wants to think about our lives, your life, my life today this week. So again, we're seeing this over and over again, there unique things about Ezekiel Old Testament prophets but there are also parallels to our lives as women who have received the word of God and have the spirit of God and us have been commissioned to proclaim the word of God, not just with our words. But with our actions with lives that are fluctuation of the words, we proclaim the words we believe the words God has spoken. And Specifically. I was reading this and as I. WanNa lead us to pray I was thinking about people who are going through difficult times difficult circumstances. Could it be than even or difficult circumstances situations we walk through? That there are things we are portraying about who got is in the midst of hard times that are intended by God to be a reflection of the truth we believe. Of the word that we hold fast to just like we see in Paul throughout the New Testament saying I, fill up what is lacking in regard to Christ's afflictions. He's not saying that he experiences suffering in the exact same way as Jesus did, but he is saying that he shares in the sufferings of Christ he shows the supremacy. Of Christ, he shows the joy of Christ that even when times are hard and difficult and he is holding fast joy and peace and courage and confidence in the middle of that he is displaying Christ he is reflecting the word of Christ in his life. So God, I pray the you would help us all today to embody you word. To reflect your word, not just with our mouths Oh God. Yes. As we prayed recent days help us to reflect your word with our mouths helps to speak your word to give witness to your word to warn people of coming judgment to share the good news of Your Grace and gallery. Pray that amidst whatever is going on in our lives. Right now, you would help us to reflect your word in our lives. Guttering, we pray that you would help us to reflect your joy even in the middle of suffering. We pray the you'd help us to reflect your strength and our weakness. Gharib, we pray that you help us to reflect your peace amidst so much unrest. Around us. Maybe specifically in our circumstances or just unrest in the world gunnery prayed help us to reflect your piece. Got Re pray that our lives would be demonstration today and this week of the truth we believe and we hold fast to God 'cause you're a word to be clear in our mouths and clear in our lives we pray. In Jesus name. Amen.

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"gharib" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"And then he sees a fucked up photo of Lila with the cat, the al-gharib and probably doesn't show. I don't know. It's so fucking. So the we an I so on regular Instagram for my personal. I lose one hundred. Followers a month or something ridiculous. Like, that's how all the influencers are right now because the algorithm is fucking sucking not our cats. They got steady gain get like forty five week. It's insane. I'm so like, honestly, one of the best days of my life was one base or passed me on Instagram. I want them to surpass me. It's my. My life's work. I like, I literally they are my ticket to fame. I don't even know like I would sell out. Take that out of context. Like if they were able to get, but it would have to be a good sponsor like I'm not gonna fucking Schill Senate cat litter because they don't use it. Came up, and it was like yo because that's the brand of litter that we use Armie hammer came up was like call me by chunk. I want to sponsor them. Can they have like a, you know, they had like a little spotlight it like the call me by your name premiere the second one. I think they're making a second one. I could be totally wrong that could be queer baiting. Honestly, I'm sorry. That's not true. Anyway, long story short we get like, hundreds and hundreds of followers, and I get a lot of French comments and likes and French messages, and they all have to squeezy, and I have even started to be a little funky about it. So someone asked me the Instagram sticker that ask questions or whatever. So someone asked me there are you aware of the French famous YouTubers squeezy like X queasy, I guess, and I was like it's just a photo of our cat. And then I was like this is the most famous queasy, and then now my bio says home of the world famous or the most famous or. Which is absolutely not true. But I'll give shit. So then we were just posting on their randomly one day. And then I was sharing to Twitter to and I saw or might have been a comment on one of their posts. Somebody said like did you know that squeezy the person is dating somebody named Lila? This all came out when I got my I hate mail on that account. Yes. So I get a DM from I'm assuming a French person. And I couldn't tell you. I always always married, and I was like this is going to be fucked up. Like, I just know this is going to be not good. And so I translated it, and it probably means something different with French slang. But the gist of it was they called squeezy filthy son of shit. Yes. 'cause now my Twitter name is filthy son of shit. When we get to talk about squeeze unspeakable moments that will make a lot more sense. Like, they they read him. And I couldn't believe it. By my son, mice cyber bullied right now. Yes, thank God. His parents run the account for him. So he can live his adolescence. Mom. Like, a like a show, mom or something? So that all unfold them. There's like this whole drama, then I'm getting a bunch of messages from other French fans of ours. Now that are like I love your cats. They're beautiful like, it's just so nice. And then we find out on Twitter that the youtuber squeezy is dating someone aimed, Lila. So I tried to verify this there is like a Wicky. I don't know if it just like youtuber Wiki or something like that. But it says on there from what I could translate and from one I'm guessing it said is that like he's been dating somebody named Lila since July twenty eight teen, and I couldn't find posts of them together. The speculation. Like, you know, how people think like certain tubers dating not. But it looks it looks promising if it's on a Wiki has to be true. So I really just cannot believe that the universe. We name our cat squeezy. And Lila, and then there's a squeezy youtuber who is dating Elila, and we are now the Altima fan account. I feel like we have to watch videos, like, I don't know..

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"gharib" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Good Tuesday evening. I'm John roller. Here's what we're following this hour tonight. Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams responding to an article written by the New York Times addressing the increase in officer involved shootings here in Phoenix chief Williams says they cannot explain the rise in shootings. However, this is why they are turning to experts and scholars such as the national police foundation and ASU to help their department understand these incidents Williams says they are deeply concerned, but we'll continue to look for answers and resolutions over forty one. Phoenix police officer involved shootings were reported so far this year. Outgoing Arizona Senator Jeff flake introducing legislation designed to protect juvenile victims of sexual assault. Bill prevents the cross exam. The nation of underage victims of sexual assault by a defendant acting as his own attorney. The Bill was prompted by the trial of resonant, Chris Simcox who wanted to cross examine two young girls. He was accused of molesting flakes. Bill would require any cross examination of a child victim to be conducted by a court supervised attorney on behalf of the defendant. Jim cross KTAR news KTAR is on immigration more than two thousand active duty troops into the border. We'll begin going home for the holidays that leaves about three thousand troops in Arizona, Texas and California Jose Gharib a with the Tucson border patrol sector says the troops have been invaluable air mainly in logistical support role so operating in our camera rooms operating our cameras and giving kind of over surveillance support role. He says that is allowed border patrol agents to.

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"gharib" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's what we're following this hour. Eight response to a New York Times article on the increase in officer involved shootings here in the Phoenix area. Police chief Jerry Williams says the department can't explain the rise in shootings and are turning to experts for help. Steve Williams says they are turning to the national police foundation at ASU to help their department understand these incidents William says they are deeply concerned, but will continue to look for answers and resolutions to this. She says, quote, the New York Times article misrepresents that we are blaming civilians. Williams goes on to say her department will continue to reject the violence perpetrated on our community and will continue to defend those against criminal individuals over forty one Phoenix police officer involved shootings were reported within the last year nine Leon KTAR news KTAR is on immigration, the US this week will begin withdrawing many of the active duty troops into the border. More than two thousand will be pulled out. Before the holidays, leaving three thousand active duty troops in Arizona, Texas and California Jose Gharib a with the Tucson border patrol sector says the troops have been a big help. They've been invaluable in a force multiplier aspect of of allowing agents to kind of be able to do their job with the backing and the support of the troops. That we have says the troops have mainly provided logistical support including operating the cameras and helping with surveillance Arizona's making progress in the fight against the opioid epidemic. We're seeing fewer opioid prescriptions. Less patient's doctor shopping and more people who've overdosed being referred to behavioral health providers. Let's get a check on traffic.

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A brief overview of machine learning and artificial neural networks

TechStuff

03:21 min | 2 years ago

A brief overview of machine learning and artificial neural networks

"An artificial neuron can take in multiple by a binary points of data zeros and ones and then create a single binary output. So it might be looking at specific features that might have to do with ears, for example. And if it detects that the ears are consistent with those of a cat in might pass a positive response further. On the neural network and a full collection of all these looking at multiple points of data would allow the computer to come to a decision. Does this image represent a cat or does it represent something else? So in this way, by feeding thousands, or tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands of images to a computer. You can train it to recognize cats, and the more you train it and the more closely you're able to tweak the networks, so that it waits certain elements more than others the better it gets. So the tweaking makes the network more capable and eventually get to a point where it can identify a picture as either being a cat or not a cat with pretty good results. Back in two thousand twelve when Google was talking about this. It was still a little Janke could sometimes recognize a cat. And sometimes it would think that a person was a cat or that a cat was a person. So it was not infallible. But it was pretty good now because of covered artificial neural networks in recent episodes of tech stuff, I'm not gonna go through the whole thing all over again that high level I just gave you that's pretty good starting point. It's just important to remember that the general out, but here is through training a network using that input data set in this case. Or in the case of that example, hundreds of thousands of images of cats machine learning can actually take a few different approaches, the one that I sort of outlined earlier would kind of fall into the category of supervised machine learning see, and that approach we human beings are trying to teach a machine through el-gharib and data sets to recognize something that we already know the answer for right? You can look at a picture, and you can recognize whether that picture is of a cat or not. So you already know the answer, you're not asking the computer to give you new information. You're trying to teach the computer to do something that you already can do. So we human beings are able to supervise the machine as it is learning this process and make those minor adjustments that are needed throughout the system in order for it to get better at its job that is supervised machine learning we can keep working with it until it reaches what we consider to be an acceptable level of success. Which doesn't mean it has to be perfect. It just has to be good enough or whatever it is. We're building it for. But there's another approach called unsupervised machine learning. And as you might imagine this is different from the previous one. None. This approach you only have input data and your goal as a human is to learn more about that data itself. So you don't have a correct answer in mind. You don't already know that the data represents say a cat in a photo. It's a different type of problem. You're looking at.

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"gharib" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"And so so you load your app onto a microcontroller and there's just enough operating system to let that app work. So so historically most IOT applications have been a single app paradigm in which the app is loaded onto microcontroller. And that's really what runs, you know. There's very little there's just enough operating system to service the app in and the things of the app. Needs. And that's really where I t shines. That's where you see low latency in real time processing because of course, when we think about modern operating systems and windows, and Lennox all of them have are guilty of this. They're designed to run multiple pieces of software, and that's not what an IOT device in appliance release be doing. Yeah. That's absolutely, right. So like your lines just enough operating system because there's so much to the OS that's the deal with switching software rather than just running one thing all the time, you almost don't need an operating system. Well, unless you're doing what we discussed a little while ago, which was sort of pushing the smarts of the IOT and the al-gharib out to the edge, you know, for doing things like object recognition and that kind of stuff on the device itself. So even stuff like that requires very little operating systems. So for example, if you take a look at like a meadow app, which is our, you know, our T platform that we're launching launching today on Kickstarter. Oh, yeah. We gotta talk. About that some more. So if you take a look at like meadow the way that this works is that we have a micro real time operating system and on top of that we have basically just enough to run an application. So we have our Monir Runtime with dot net. Standard two point oh API surface. And then we have some security stuff. And that's it for the. I mean, that's absolutely it. Everything else is handled by your app, and if you wanna push stuff to the cloud if you wanna do. Machine vision, or whatever you can do that all that in your app itself. Like, those aren't services that you need from the operating system. Right. The operating system has to have an understanding of the network, and you have to be able to have an API on there for connecting to a WI fi or or setting your your IP address and things like that. But other than that all that stuff is really supplied by the application. Let's say you're building.

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 Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters

"Unac storage facility in russia that's after the news bbc news with sue montgomery a retired spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother and nearly half a century ago is appearing in court in madrid eduardo they lies the first doctor to stand trial in connection with the theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general francisco franco guy hedge coup reports dr villa is accused of taking a newborn girl from her mother without permission in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and giving her to a couple for adoption eightyfive five year old doctor villa who denies any wrongdoing could face up to thirteen years in prison campaigners believe this case is part of a much wider practice which began in the late nineteen thirties at the start of francisco franco's dictatorship they say that babies were frequently taken away from unmarried mothers as well as from people identified as opponents of the regime syrian pro government forces are reported to have made their first significant capture of territory in a major offensive against rebels in the south west of the country our editors sebastian nassir reports this latest syrian government offensive has been brewing for weeks in the past few days it's begun in earnest with artillery and air bombardment now reports by activists and in syrian state media savvy armies taken to villages in the northeast of data province the strategy is familiar to cut rebel areas to smaller and smaller sections that are then brought to submission by mixture of bombing negotiation dir is not only where the syrian uprising began but a key strategic gharib the you un says the fighting is driven at least forty five thousand civilians to flee with that number likely to grow the government of malta says it's trying to find a diplomatic solution to avoid a humanitarian crisis involving a micro rescue vessel run by german charity more than two hundred migrants are aboard but the ship has been blocked from italian ports motor says it's looking to share responsibility for dealing with the migrants u n investigators and the democratic republic of congo say both government forces and militia groups have committed violations amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity in kasai province emission folks reports from geneva county i province descended into violence two years ago following the death of a local leader during fighting with security forces caz is conflict has the un report says been characterized by horrific atrocities children have been forcibly recruited into militia groups and then ordered to decapitate their enemies government forces have looted and burned villages and raped and killed women and girls the u n investigators say drc's government must bring those responsible to justice and must provide support for the victims world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake starting saturday female will no longer pay to shelter puerto rican evacuees on the mainland pima spokesperson will initiatives smith says the agency believes people who fled the island after hurricane maria should be able to return or find alternative shelter arrangements other housing options are becoming available now so when the extension was granted we sort of assess the need so that's why the deadline was set to june thirtieth out of about thirteen hundred evacuees nationwide one hundred twenty six or house in new york and thirty two are in new jersey most of them in hotels mayor de blasios continuing to put pressure on the federal government's released more information about hundreds of children in foster care who are separated from their parents at.

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"gharib" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on No Huddle

"What is it eagle philip philly special philadelphia special ugo special whichever when it was touchdown make false we'll do better quarterback when it came out a receptions and again and again of course in what's backs if we're talking about the super bowl team that you be number one you shouldn't be philadelphia in all due respect it should be philadelphia hands down like who's leaving this football team let me give you two potential blair's chris long the gharib why sign when you deals geagea you may be one you bills but you have to assume that they'll bring a couple of these guys bachelor no a discount because they want to be appointed team edged the team a young and is that team has now oh not even by i mean fletcher cats may be one and older guys wood furniture captures not old he's still fresh i mean this team it will be around for some time i give them the next twotothree years they're going to continue to make noise they are going to be to favor of course favorite team in that division of course not even thinking twice there are really aguirre a game ahead there they're one game up right now just because of what they have coming back on the roster and how they finish the year they become too came two games up if they keep make folz in that division that's against the giant m my dallas cowboys would that prescott nec kerley deport with stars led alone dallas belongs in the top ten next season with elliott slated to play an entire season for me they need a number one with how they play they meet a d threat court receiver dez bryant is not their number one coal beazley's not their number one jason whitten's getting long in the tooth those little ayar routes it grew on me more we're gonna be double moves kinney's hips.

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"gharib" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"Yeah and he's he he probably should get the ball more than than he did the last week amelie gharib one is is is a great you know tough big runner and he's good to use when teams are tired and and suddenly you bring him in he just ploughs through italy's picking up eight yards every time you give him the ball but but a a giant they may rely on him more especially you know the way that minnesota gets to the quarterback i've been saying this every week we're on the pockets whenever i talk about minnesota that i watched them every year and that's one thing that they do it doesn't matter who's coach in them it doesn't matter was on the team i mean they've been doing it for it's just in their pedigree in minnesota who gets to the quarterback and so they want the ball out of nick folds his hands quickly that's the number one thing away he throws his whenever he does don't stand back there and try to make a big decision and of course one of the fastest way to get the ball out of the quarterbacks and instead give it to somebody else and that will be the running back i'll be surprised if a jiji lot more carries us and bob get guess one get sued the eagles think is this year's team a destiny them they think this is this is the destiny ball i i mean they're both plywood backup quarterbacks okay and and you know a lot of people thought that the eagles were not going to beat the falcons we saw what happened with the biking so this is this is destiny on destiny on sunday and again it might not be any more complicated in the end if you have to pick the difference between them it might be that the eagles are planet home.

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"gharib" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Right and that was kind of an interesting lima got crossed and then all of a sudden all these other democrats get accused of stuff and then you in it so it's it's go it's on both sides for sure ruled that somehow the people that were the big advocates are the ones were telling everybody else how to behave never looked at their own if you're and as usual just like the gay guy was against gay marriage a yeah not the gay guy the guy that's against gay marriage turns out lorry air to against gharib self anyway drew you that wasn't really theat group your heart i did it with your rewrite in a race like fullon that now the the preacher whose whose more or their ordinary learned it official who is vehemently against gay marriage law behold turns out the beginning so it's it's that stuff that i'm finding the most objectionable about everything that's going on today is is hubris he i've that word a million times which is people telling everybody else out a behave don't worry about me i'm fine and then you that's the guy or the woman that's the one that's acting out agreed firstly um our uh that's not it's problematic but that's not okay yeah the people need a needle walk at like to talk it i have little to no interest on in how people behave who i not pay by paying them that i have an interest hand these guys you're paying for their defects did you know that if you are in government and you're accused of her sexual harassment first thing that happened is the accuser gets quote councils number one second thing the whole thing god's behind a a nondisclosure fail you can know who it was it if there's a settlement you pay for it how do you taxpayers they are well there is that gentleman who's been accused of things is at a couple of settlements connors taxpayer honors yeah i love that game and then they come out nancy pelosi goes it goes and this is all women it's such a fritz breath of fresh air women are being heard listen to will not her doing right rockies a cadre no no he's great it's right now.

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"gharib" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on D3football.com Daily Dose » D3football.com Around the Nation Podcast

"See and the north coast in wittenberg or if wittenberg just didn't match up well or at a bad day believe keen observers saw frostburg as a possibility to three playoff games this season given where it stands in the bracket and to be honest both of the teams considered to be the last in the tournament frostburg state in case western reserve advance and plaguing next week i think that's one of the things right the the last teams into the tournament or not the worst teams in the tournament is they're just the latte last at large teams often those are five seeds and six seeds that are teams that certainly have a chance to advance they're not they're not the seven to eight seats even though frostburg state would have been the seventhseeded team out of this bracket which has a lot of a lot of teams bunched between two and seven anyway that game also spotlighted by one of the things that's a fortunate byproduct of being division three win berg's top running back to sean silje didn't play because of injury not something that's known until game day not that wouldn't burg have chosen to run more or would have had been more successful against the frostburg defensive front but it's an option that they didn't really have a day where the wind was blowing twenty plus miles an hour as a wind a factor snow factor rain factor just all across the board things that that teams necessarily prepare for effect in these playoffs games and i think that's what made this round one so fun it wasn't just the upsets or the weather alone or the the backups having to step in and play big roles but you wrap all those things into one and it was a pretty good start to the season beyond the maria gharib a forty six yard field goal at the wj johns hopkins game alex rows back quarterback for the.

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"gharib" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on Super Station 101

"I mean i've i've looked at abu gharib now absolutely nothing there he said that you know now there there are looking to james but you know what your rattled the fact that other people could say things in trump can in any and let i will be honest i probably shouldn't but mccain has gotten way too much credit for his uh in the in the heroism department loaded that one malian can we just say that way guys you're never way right especially till senator mccain said aircraft carrier on fire you know well nice japes maybe james is the guy remote gas station in he calls everybody obama emotions here i think what he's getting confused we when obama toll away he slept mccain down verbally and say i'm the i'm the president after think that's what he was probably talking about when he um got to think they was things on the that was not be very respect or he very was not been very respectful ryan earn old codger the cause he got a who gives many disrespect me way thing year did heroic was be a prisoner of war because what he said were this thing is a john were now i'm the president yeah so he it will very dismissive and it will rue data was through so i think that's what he referring i think i defended john mccain at that time and i would take that back kosar yes intolerance i'm sorry obama has echoes without just apologize video wow and i've been what a there are a lot of the people that were great do on the president obama air would on the republican side everybody loved right now now that's a mistake because none of us ever loved john mccain going i mean we would have won if would've loved okay waistline is of the because i have hotel understand montana uh what what does this house borrow on all right now where he got where do run for their about like paul raspberry demand as give him a legitimate get a mayor ed choice the establishment gave us it was likely put the money we would have voted for for jeb bush but we were mad on the hour now we're talking about mitt romney and paul ryan running for president no i hope are you talking about go for speaker of the.

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"gharib" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The protest as usual started just like clockwork in st louis where the shooting took place and that's where they have the trial as well no they were initially peaceful protest but then you get the community organizers are involved jennings people up now the white man keeping you down and you know they're hunting black young black man blablabla which if you will pass the rhetoric into this potisk go information you'll see is totally false they sumed of the protest soon turned violent about a dozen protesters were arrested several police officers were injured since the shooting of michael brown ferguson uh which was an absolute three ring circus this has become a pretty familiar pattern no this is not really about whether stockily should have been acquitted instead it's the underlying narrative regarding the prevalence of police brutality against wikman true or false it goes pretty much undisputed in the media white cop watt gharib wide grip him i also got gotta be police brutality according to that particular narrative black manner constantly harassed by the police brutalised with impunity even when they have done nothing wrong the irs pureasthedrivensnow when they haven't done anything and their victims while there's an epidemic they say a police shootings of unarmed black man it's an epidemic unlike anything we've ever seen according to these groups even high profile black celebrities uh you know come out and claim to be afraid of the police because the same thing might happen to them driving while black police brutality or at least the possibility that one might be victim is supposed to be a part of the experience of the typical black man in the us wide girl wide brown the death of brown in ferguson they're presented is proof that black men are never safe from police while just as a side note i will tell you if you want to get shot resist arrest fight the cop five you take his weapon and you probably get shot and you should be you know this narrative that we hear day in and day out.

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"gharib" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on KGO 810

"So nancy here's that are you get to go first to get to pick from one of our of four celebrities and you know kellyanne conway is not here today but in her place is malania trump malania thank you so much for coming in dover that's right she's her in that very and you know what i think is bs i think you are anti bullying thing is dead on and your husband's a turn so this for the record are we also slices price his vice vices wise we have missing trump girl have jared was up shared daily very good standard contestant saves oh i love it and the hardy brothers will be on the next show okay anyway nancy's so who is going to sing for you first i'll have nancy gharib no no no you're nancy to hear nancy drew and are you pick from one of the four people here okay baid drew quiet nancy who's who's going to pick for you who's gonna sing for you uh i'll have the second person at you had to jet dismissing trump you know the you know the characters missing trump jared spicy spice or milana your trump who's going to sing for you okay good pay attention i hit a dj he good afternoon everybody and say paraga that's one first of three wins drew who's going to sing for you my friend you're listening to you i have malania get ahead of dj no now as those groups two i don't know how bad powder but that doesn't cow no yeah get it that she monte has they get it right for i nancy your chance to jump to a tool sorry oh behind dance eu who's gonna sing for you as a crazy crew i'll fly hunan who by our spicer i hit a dj day.

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"gharib" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on WWL

"More with christian gharib and steph done la call 5042601870 text 870870 or tweet at said done la porte had christian derek now fly for blatter blum studios in a heart of the world's cruelly city new orleans here are seth john locke and kristian gehrig hey what's up our three of programmes setting an hour jake madison suburban st shots you're on the show today tim zimmer here's well in studios we preview the saints taken on the cleveland browns in their first preseason game tomorrow the kickoff at seven pm or just after it local time i ap slowly cannot wait jake they're played real footballer i guess is real is football could be of these tests done here it's football it's on tv their scores there's players out they're not going to necessarily call it real football those script right what a it's kinda like i don't know it's it's like fantasy football among us or you're you're you're plane madden football but the real people out there you'll isn't gonna county cutter ray said you could lisa blake reset michael it's like you're plane mad madden football oil you know like p yeah you know it's like the geology dissenters flame adverb all out there that you know they can reach sadly push the reset button to get all about and when you don't know like half of most of the players on the team chief all the backups do you play when you played madden and we were talking about this we both at blade madness few years did you ever play like the exhibition games men ready to skip right to the races dip come on what i did i actually what i got into and i would go like franchise man i was argue it would you getting the franchise mode and all of a sudden you're like 10 years into it and like it's entirely new players in your really invested 'cause you traffic did these guys you've been growing them all of a sudden maybe you want to see if the fourth round corner can make the team exactly that's exactly right the one that you like you drafted spin and actually graphic on now we'll talk a little bit of madden later this hour as the man ratings were released at.

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"gharib" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on WWL

"More with christian gharib and steph done la call 5042601870 text 870870 or tweet at said done la porte had christian derek now fly for blatter blum studios in a heart of the world's cruelly city new orleans here are seth john locke and kristian gehrig hey what's up our three of programmes setting an hour jake madison suburban st shots you're on the show today tim zimmer here's well in studios we preview the saints taken on the cleveland browns in their first preseason game tomorrow the kickoff at seven pm or just after it local time i ap slowly cannot wait jake they're played real footballer i guess is real is football could be of these tests done here it's football it's on tv their scores there's players out they're not going to necessarily call it real football those script right what a it's kinda like i don't know it's it's like fantasy football among us or you're you're you're plane madden football but the real people out there you'll isn't gonna county cutter ray said you could lisa blake reset michael it's like you're plane mad madden football oil you know like p yeah you know it's like the geology dissenters flame adverb all out there that you know they can reach sadly push the reset button to get all about and when you don't know like half of most of the players on the team chief all the backups do you play when you played madden and we were talking about this we both at blade madness few years did you ever play like the exhibition games men ready to skip right to the races dip come on what i did i actually what i got into and i would go like franchise man i was argue it would you getting the franchise mode and all of a sudden you're like 10 years into it and like it's entirely new players in your really invested 'cause you traffic did these guys you've been growing them all of a sudden maybe you want to see if the fourth round corner can make the team exactly that's exactly right the one that you like you drafted spin and actually graphic on now we'll talk a little bit of madden later this hour as the man ratings were released at.

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"gharib" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on WWL

"More with christian gharib and steph done la call 5042601870 text 870870 or tweet at said done la porte had christian derek now fly for blatter blum studios in a heart of the world's cruelly city new orleans here are seth john locke and kristian gehrig hey what's up our three of programmes setting an hour jake madison suburban st shots you're on the show today tim zimmer here's well in studios we preview the saints taken on the cleveland browns in their first preseason game tomorrow the kickoff at seven pm or just after it local time i ap slowly cannot wait jake they're played real footballer i guess is real is football could be of these tests done here it's football it's on tv their scores there's players out they're not going to necessarily call it real football those script right what a it's kinda like i don't know it's it's like fantasy football among us or you're you're you're plane madden football but the real people out there you'll isn't gonna county cutter ray said you could lisa blake reset michael it's like you're plane mad madden football oil you know like p yeah you know it's like the geology dissenters flame adverb all out there that you know they can reach sadly push the reset button to get all about and when you don't know like half of most of the players on the team chief all the backups do you play when you played madden and we were talking about this we both at blade madness few years did you ever play like the exhibition games men ready to skip right to the races dip come on what i did i actually what i got into and i would go like franchise man i was argue it would you getting the franchise mode and all of a sudden you're like 10 years into it and like it's entirely new players in your really invested 'cause you traffic did these guys you've been growing them all of a sudden maybe you want to see if the fourth round corner can make the team exactly that's exactly right the one that you like you drafted spin and actually graphic on now we'll talk a little bit of madden later this hour as the man ratings were released at.

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"gharib" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The interesting thing that's the question there's no doubt the nuggets have enough to get cairo serving if the cavaliers a serious about dealing with them but who will they hold onto they almost got jimmy butler but the bulls wanted jamal murray the almost got kevin love at least part of that had to do with the fact that they were unwilling to part with jamal murray is kyrghiz irving the promise of careering enough to unload jamal murray i'm already i wanted jamal murray yet trade for jimmy butler so you know where i stand by it i don't want them to give up yokich and i think having a core of irving millsaps in yokich puts his team right below uh the rockets in the warriors bright there with the spurs in my opinion so i'm i know i don't know where where it's going to happen if they're at i've seen some reports that say the cavaliers aren't going to oblige them but if they do um mm zack 'love' s p m pointing this out today nuggets are one of the most intriguing land potential landing spots because of all the assets they have in also how much they could benefit each other tyree playing with yokich and kyw regis being on the denver nuggets and how much they can improve with him on the roster finally a story number three almost over a compliment gone training camp i really do discos i spent a lot of time ago miller sandra on and learning from their memo walter little on wrongly and those are guys i look up to allow and looted replace it with my bare this and those guys literally helped me every single day nosa arkansas's in them i believe in them so everything that they told me i just heard i take it to another not so that i can be ready to play that's broncos ricky gharib bowls as the rookies reported to broncos training camp the actual training camp doesn't open till thursday veterans are due to poor wednesday if i'm not mistaken earlier i ranked the top five rookies for the broncos that have the most to gain from this training camp in gear bowls is number one garry bowles has number on on that list because i believe that he has the chance to have the biggest roll out of any of these rookies.

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"gharib" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"gharib" Discussed on KCRW

"Cuts by not paying for them you've got to fill that wholesome how so if the government loses revenues it's got to borrow more money the government borrowing more money drives up interest rates making it more expensive for businesses to invest so the borrowing ends up cancelling out whatever good you might get from a tax cut you don't get a growth impact the trump administration says it's tax cuts are not debtfinanced but haven't explained in any detail how exactly they would be paid for analysts on both the left and the rights the plan could add trillions to the deficit but okay let's assume the tax cuts are somehow paid for how long till they take effect again bill gale uh it depends the completely on whose taxes are being cut in in in what way it's taxes of course why would the answer be easy some tax cuts can were pretty quickly joseph thorndike again get your most bang for the buck short term if you give money to people without a lot of money or to cut taxes for people without a lot of money because they're gonna spend it all rich people tend to save their tax cuts everyone else tends to spend them so for example during the recession the payroll tax was cut that put money directly into people's pockets with every paycheck and most of those people were middle class are lower income the money got spent the economy got a quick jolt uh you could see some results certainly with a year they within six months the trump tax cuts by the way are mostly not that kind of tax cut one of the biggest features of the trump tax proposal involves cutting corporate taxes from thirty five percent down to fifteen percent kyle palmer low directs federal projects of the tax foundation now in adjustment that large is probably gonna take maybe ten fifteen years to occur the reason it takes a long as because we're talking about influencing longterm business decisions here is going to make investment more attractive and investors are going to walk to invest in more machines and factories machines and factories don't pop up overnight but what if investors and companies just don't want to invest in more machines in factories aden gharib is a macro strategist with pavilion global markets in montreal he says.

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