4 Burst results for "Ginner"
"ginner" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Now trying to contain the fallout of all of this top officials over the weekend reaching out to allies and partners trying to reassure them. This is we are now seeing an international blame game going on. Ukraine is pointing a finger at Russia accusing them of trying to sow doubt and Discord while Russia is pointing a finger at the U.S.. ABC's Mary Bruce and we get more coverage from ABC's George Stephanopoulos. Test paying our military and intelligence analyst Steven ginner Steven, this appears to be one of the most significant breaches we've ever seen. It is significant George. There's a lot of early on in this material. There's a lot of talk about the battlefield what's going on in the battlefield, not too concerned there. That's 6 weeks old, although it is interesting that the intelligence assessments are less rosy than what The White House has been putting out. What's most damaging is that some of these documents apparently point to the source of the intelligence. Within intelligence you have classification levels. So you have confidential you have secret. You have top secret, but above top secret, there's a thing called SCI. Sensitive compartmented information. And what goes on there shows the source of the intelligence. So apparently there's some code words here that point to where the analysis came from. This means that it makes it much easier for the Russians to go back and do the counterintelligence work if there's something that says the U.S. discovered something because they intercepted communications, then the Russians know exactly how to shut down that source of intelligence. And this is not a haxi. This is these are documents that apparently were smuggled out of some secure facility folded up and then photographed. Does that mean it'll be easier to catch the person who did it? I don't think so, George, because the way the kid came out online through the various channels so he came out through a Minecraft gaming channel discussion group came out through a Filipino YouTube fandom channel. So it'll be very difficult to go back and look at it. But to me, this looks like an average briefing book that you would find around the joint chiefs of staff around the chairman's office. It's something that somebody would come in and read in the morning. This is the daily Intel update. ABC's George Stephanopoulos and Stephen ganyard, northwest news time, one 40. Time for an update on sports from the Beacon plumbing sports desk and Bill Schwartz, the Seahawks host won a college football's top defenders. Aren't with a pair of first round draft picks to use this month, Seattle is making sure it gets to know the elite players available, including Georgia bulldogs defensive lineman Jalen Carter, NBC sports Peter king says the Seahawks will host Carter, a young man who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges stemming from street racing, a fatal car crash, which claimed the life of a teammate at a Georgia staffer. It was a tale of two halves for the sea dragons in Sunday's XFL football game at lumen field. Dominated by first place D.C., then storming back to nearly pull out the win. Seattle quarterback Ben dinucci on the narrow 34 33 defeat. Take ourselves in a bit of a hole, but I mean, hack the second half, one
AP News Radio
2,560-pound pumpkin wins California contest; sets record
"A week after a national pumpkin record was broken a new one has been set Wow Great gorgeous fire That didn't take long a horticulture teacher from Minnesota now owns the new U.S. mark for heaviest pumpkin Travis gingrich's huge gourd weighing in at 2560 pounds tops the marks at just last week in New York State by 6 pounds Ginner says one thing working against him was the weather in Minnesota where it's nice in midyear but spring can be rough It's like winning the Tour de France on a big wheel You know you just you can only hope You know drove 35 hours from Minnesota to the world championship pumpkin way off in half moon bay in California I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Something Rhymes with Purple
"ginner" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"Next time. Which is my real story, but tune in another week and we'll do it. I think it's wonderful. It is brilliant. That one goes to eclair well done Claire. And this next word is amplexus. Amplexus and cell and Thompson from killingworth says amplexus is an upmarket in cast area system. As an amp in Alexis. And effie from whitley bay says amplexus is being both ample, yet flexible. So would you like the upmarket in cast area system or being both ample yet flexible? What do you recommend? Well done. Excellent stuff. I can tell you amplexus you'd never have guessed this. Amplexus is the mating embrace of a frog and a toad. Now, should you ever need it? The mating? Embrace of a frog in a toad. Well, if you're writing and say, I'll do Nash, probably would have found that very useful. People who write Anna, the mating embrace of a frog on a toad is an amplexus. Yes. This is why people tune into this podcast. They also, some of them, because I, at the end, always read a little poem. A favorite poem of mine because I love poetry. And I love the way poets just have fun with language. And one of my favorite poets is a friend of mine, roger mcgough, lovely man, and last week I went to an event where he was a celebrating his new book called safety in numbers. Caroline Duffy described him as the patron saint of poetry. I'm going to read a short poem about language, really. And it's by roger mcgough. It's called tensions. Why is the past tense? All that unfinished business and no going back. Why is the present tense? Having to make it all up as it goes along. Why is the future tense? The weight of expectation and time running out. And it has. Yes, because that's the end of our podcast. We have had a wonderful time with you, marvelous people here in Newcastle. And thank you for the whitley bay congregation. Coming over. It's been very special. We love meeting the purple people. We do. And maybe we'll go international. If you are a purple person in Australia or India or North America, will come and see you one day. Meanwhile, every Tuesday, there's a new podcast. Yes, and something like this is purple. This is something else production. It was produced by Lawrence Bassett and Harriet wells alongside Sam Hodges from tilted for the live shows. Additional production comes from Chris ginner, Jen mystery, J Beal, and world of beardy. Weirdly, really. Golly. Twas in a restaurant they met Romeo and Juliet, he had no money to pay the debt, so Romeo owed what Juliet. Bet MGM, welcomes you with a special offer on the NBA. Simply place a $10 money line wager on today's game. If either team hits a three pointer, you'll win $200 in free bets, regardless of your wager's outcome. Just use bonus code champion 200 when you make your bet. Bet MGM is proud to be an authorized gaming partner of the NBA, and there's endless ways to make it rain with the king of sportsbooks, download the app or go to bet MGM dot com and use bonus code champion 200 to win $200 in free bets if a three pointer is made in today's game. Visit bet MGM dot com for terms and conditions. 21 years of age or older to wager. Washington D.C. in Virginia only, new customer offer, all promotions are subject to qualification and eligibility requirements, rewards issued as non withdrawable free bets or site credit, free bets expire 7 days from issuance. Please gamble responsibly, gambling problem call one 805 two two 4700..
Gambling With an Edge
"ginner" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"All right, this next question, there's several embedded in here. So I'm going to stop at the first question mark, and then after which it's going to be for Richard and after he answers, I will continue with the same questioner. He says I've been counting cards, I've been counting regular blackjack for three years now. I'm banned from every casino within ten hours of driving distance, except where I live. I play mostly unrated. I save local casinos by not counting there much, so I can still go in with friends and get food now and then. I have been working on Spanish 21 following Katarina walker's book. I'm ready for some real games now. Considering only profitability, do you think I should play Spanish 21 rated or not at the local casino? I'm always going to opt for playing unrated. You don't know what game what other games you might learn in the future. If they don't know you, don't tell them who you are. So there may be even better games that you learn somewhere down the road and you don't want your name to be out there. Okay. Centric was rather firm in that answer that skipped several of his next questions, but continuing with the same guy. I just want to add one thing. If you go back and you listen to just the blackjack episodes over the last couple of years, and we ask people often like, what do you wish you knew then that you know now? Almost all of them say, I wish I had never given up my name. I can't remember anybody. You said, boy, I'm really glad I used the players card. So some players do. Some? Well, of course, maybe a poker and slap players use players cards. Please do. Some blackjack players we've had on the show. Their strategy is to use Blair's card. And they think and they have their strategy so that they think they can get away with it. They think the comps they earn more than make up for it. Now I can't remember the name of such a player, but I'm sure that we've had even less couple years. Continuing with the Spanish 21 player. I'm a fairly ginner advantaged player. At one of my local casinos I have identified a few table games with a significant available edge. I would like to keep playing there for as long as possible unrated. How should a how should I approach a game like this when I see it? Should I just sit down?.