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"golz" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Southwest of red feather lakes. got. Some pretty good cloud cover on Tuesday fire officials said in an afternoon briefing on facebook. With the possibility evening showers now. Precipitation in that area is expected day this according to the fire zone weather forecast officials are hoping for. Rather paltry two tenths of an inch of moisture with more possible rain as the week progresses wins however could push the fire this coming weekend. Now, hotshot crews heavy equipment operators worth yesterday to complete a bulldozer line in Dad Golz west of Pingree Park Road but some good news as that loose stone fire is now one hundred percent contained. All those evacuation orders indeed are lifted according to the county sheriff's office no resources remained under fire. But forty five firefighters will continue mop up operations today under command of the sheriff's Office. Fire crews gained significant traction on Monday on the fire burning in Larimer county initial mandatory evacuations were downgraded Monday as we told you voluntary on Tuesday, the sheriff's Office lifted those voluntary evacuations for resonance in the Pine Acres area prior to lifting all evacuations. But that loose stone fire, some good news finally is indeed one hundred percent contained seven thirty now thirteen ten KFI, a thirteen, ten KFI K. dot com more new record highs for the market yesterday. But is that likely to continue today We'll check in with Keith wineman presidential wealth management in just a few. Holes sports story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen, ten KFI. Markets on a tear yesterday with a more new record highs well, will that trend continue Keith wineman presidential wealth management in now what did the t lead say? The typically. They don't know what they say. With this market and that's understandable but the on a terror is accurate. How do you define? The S. and P. Five hundred in its third consecutive record high. That's three days in a row and it seventeenth this year the Nasdaq hit its thirty eighth record high for the year. The Dow was down for the first time in four days and today here's the deal why you it's difficult to say that the market would be on a tear today because investors waiting for fresh clues on health of the US economy and any changes in monetary.
"golz" Discussed on Racing Post
"Seventy-two leads four West time. For Newcastle Eleven to two Southampton. Twenty and he's thirty three to one bar pick the bones out of that. Warren anybody you. There's I read them out. At the value for me there, Bruce I think is Newcastle I think at the moment completely in disarray behind the scenes because we don't know whether this takeover is going to go on and all and throw it into a new season and uncertainty over the manager which they bruce's. Is Not. Healthy. I think Bruce has done an amazing job with the squad that he's Golz, but I also think that there is a chance that maybe one or two might go and I think also defensively as well at times this season they've looked a little bit all over the place. So I I think Newcastle look a decent price in terms of that I think there's one or two whereas. You could look at in terms of obviously the promoted teams. I think West Brahman leads will probably just about. All right in my opinion I think they've got enough probably experienced a top football in that in a moment plus maybe one or two additions additions to maybe keep them up, and obviously we look whoever wins the playoffs and we always consider them to be there or thereabouts. Yeah. Spicer trump without Newcastle. Bay Is. By the end of September, it could either look really good valuable asset laugh with Pochettino manager and Zarin Cavani Upfront. So yeah, that's an interesting. What about your early relegation thoughts? Are would definitely be interested in Newcastle. birds because to Tyke over. Taking a long time. Now, I mean and if they don't get taken over that squad players say outside of Salman Roland. Maximum. Guy should written all over a at the moment expecting goals they were seen should have gone down DC's really so I think they all definitely being I disagree we've we've worn in terms of Westboro West. Brom. Go to hold on to stay up I. Never been a massive fan slumps loving bitch and also. I looked at their team for that they were a short. And I wasn't sure that they are the the investment in them to really go out and Prayer is a state player and he's one that will be I step up A. Rest of wasn't so sure. About leads. To, be off next season. So envisage them involved, and if Brentford come up on I think they'll be fine if it's full of college if I think they'll go down. Any relegation value then Decorate marks, marks, talks already destined. Newcastle like no new conflict player scored John Shelby was their top scorer in the league this year with six goals. That's auto sustainable formula. and. Like I want to be West Brom maybe three or four times this year. Every time. The decorating impress me. Possession white relying on on prayer as mark set. So definitely, the press you're gonNA preseason accumulators Jota would maybe. Be Maybe, Burnley if Sean dyche. A squad against. Is Pretty Mediocre and dog stops maxine talent last few years that. Trump is here's. To maybe. Even policy of some routes. There's been reports of having rifts rifts with Burnley chairman over. Spending the summer. So yes, but spots West Brom almost conference election for sure. Well I mean. The the case does zaas style. I want I mean the stories today the parents are going to do the usual thing of pricing on their on what is worth to us, which is a lot less than what it worth to any other clubs. So I do think we've got problems I mean it's a very aging squad they're poor off the lockdown, but again, safe I see. Palace. At nine, hundred, four and veterans seven four. I've got to be with mineral dieting crap I think really poor I think Jack Grady she's the player these the player of the year I mean how he kept them up single handy. It just shows what an absolutely great great player he is, and if he goes I, think they've got no chance no chance whatsoever honestly think rob. Complete while mentioning I, know people say polycom, we ought to an extent but. Nine four, place, seven, four, I mean we can certainly go down but to me the Dow outstanding value, there is villa. All Day old. Okay. Sorry just quitting chef broad zone one I just tell them she and then then seventy two people kicking people be kicking themselves. If if you know they suffer the old second season syndrome, I don't think happen you know I. It's happened before it's going to be very interested in that. Always really really interesting the relegation rice already let's just quickly touch upon who might be joining. The elite in the premier. League side Brentford already through the player Fanis next Tuesday at Wembley and then Fulham I think of tune up in there playing cards tonight very quickly leads any bets on this game that offense mark. Not, in, this game by just in terms of the the championship or may not burn against all ever them on the hope the it's Phoolan because you you get bad price on beat them to new craven. College the week I mean. That wobbles against while against ones and then in the first leg, and they couldn't quite over the line in the to opportunities that you had. But if you look stoke them went out and beat forest. Four and Barnsley nowhere relegation form. I mean anybody that was right in saint bouncing well ahead of where they are in the league tables. So I don't think results actually requires by foods, all the the best team left by a long way. So on a tip them lost week, I know I'll do it again bronchitis kite you just remind him in of another of my anti post horror shows forest to make the playoffs really enjoyed that warrant any player. I have to agree with of what I've seen of teams of I do think that Brentford are the better side I will be more concerned about having a bet on them against Fulham than against Cardiff I think Fulla. GonNa. Go through to the final looks of things anyway and Ken is one of those isn't it with a playoff finally never show what's going to happen? I mean. We'll remember the AH, the previous final and Dhabi county absolutely battered down the door against Queens Park. Rangers and we ended up with bobby more in the winner with ten men and these things do from time to time. But I I say. I. Agree with Mark. Think. Brentford all the patching. Okay an m. any value in the in what we've got in the remaining couple of games in the championship promotion. Yeah. Lots of something bread for their for this evening's game but. I think over two and a half goals was. Worth look clicked. For. Cardiff last five games I wouldn't expect. Cardiff go close to qualifying the evening off. Would expect to be pretty high scoring affair. So that's the look they're lovely stuff through the FA Cup final next, it's the FA Cup on Saturday and Patty power giving money back as a free batch if Chelsea win in nineteen minutes.
"golz" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"So descended for for a while. Definitely close and successful together she won she won several. Double slums with annacone covers well, didn't she's relationship obviously recovered from the rivalry? The matches comment I. My sense, a little bit was Hingis soil the attention that Kona Kai if a Golz. And a didn't like it and be kind of wanted to have her share and probably lights hanging out with corner cover for some of the attention That's how it came across. The time, and I think that that also was probably a distraction. From? I think she enjoyed the life, I think she enjoyed the city of the Razzmatazz went around all. And I'm not sure that helps her achieve as much as she could have done. David, you interviewed Martina Hingis back in January of twenty fourteen when she was inbetween. We're cooling phases two and three of her career, she she'd had her singles comeback. And we'll talk about that in a moment of bit, she was it was before she made her turn to the doubles. Cool on which she had great great success most notably with Sunday Mirror. And you covered a number of topics he started off by. Asking her about success she had such a young age and asking her why why? That was so special that people on on doing what she was doing at fifteen sixteen. Thinking mainly part of it is also okay. The game has gotten more physical it's. The technology is different but also because the girls they're not allowed to play as many tournaments which I totally disagree with this alleged ability rule because I think girls should be open a free roof at the age of sixteen. I was already two years on the tour. I mean I had some rules as well, but not as strict as they are. These days that the girls that are only free to play the full schedule from eighteen so I think you know they losing away two years of time and. It's hard to to pick it up when you're eighteen or twenty. When you need that experience and. So. That's why we see champions for older these days. Of course. The you retired for the first time at just twenty two. It seems extraordinary when a lot of players are starting to to make their name of that sort of age. Did you feel that you missed out at all by playing as young as young as you did now not at all, actually because I felt like I had a little bit after myself. Already at twenty two and I had still grapefruit. Scher bright future ahead of me and. I mean still of course there's years of tennis and I mean headed a little comeback in which I'm still very proud of and I don't know it's I think sometimes also the priorities change, and it just I played. Juniors already when I was like yeah, twelve and thirteen so I had that experience and I. It was a different time i. believe as well because you know playing. Against, Steffi Graf Rancho Sanchez at that time. who were like ten years older than me? They all started the young as well so I wasn't the only one at that time, but Yeah. They had long careers I had shorter one, but still you know the ten year career is not like. Only, one one hit wonder. You, wouldn't you? I totally fifteen years ago. I mean not not long after that. You were playing against Serena Williams. Who is still dominating the tennis circuit today? That is extraordinary, isn't it? it is definitely but. It also tells you know how. Great assistance. We're when when they played. You know like in two thousand one and two and they were. At their best so and now still it's amazing, but she's always been very smart about their schedule. She never played as many tournaments I mean they had a lot of breaks and. I mean injury here and there, but they were very smart about it and I think that's why she's played. Like half of the matches at that time that I've played with the devils and everything play mixed doubles so maybe the age of twenty five. When I had my comeback, she only played like half of the dementia. The tournaments that I did so. She still had like the five years ahead of me. So that's pretty interesting. Implication there is that she she possibly suffered from from a playing, and yet she is adamantly opposed to the age eligibility rule, which is in place to to prevent burnout if young players, so it's not necessarily a coherent view, but it is, it is an interesting one. I also think it's a bit of an excuse that she's giving herself and probably a bit of a diss of Venison Serena. It by comparison as if she signed, what if I had only played the match I applied. It's still being going today but look. She decided around sheduled with okay with management company with her mother, and as we say, she won the calendar year. Slam in doubles in ninety eight. She was playing singles and doubles all the time she played over ninety matches in one, thousand, nine, hundred and one I think she lost about six or eight matches in the whole year. And her success was just. Crystallized into this very short period of time, and I've often thought with other prodigies I was thinking about Wayne Rooney's career that he was never more the English football of that he was never more devastating than when he was seventeen years of age same with Michael. Owen and I'm not sure necessarily. Certain players have longevity in them. I don't know whether Hingis hand that in her mentally you talked about whether she whether it was grit, and now she made comebacks, but I just find it quite interesting that it's almost like she. She turned her life upside down. To what most people have most people have childhood, Fun and Games, and then get serious and become something she was. Immediately, and then started to wish she could ride horses and do fun things and went and did them at the age of twenty two and then got bored. On say I think and and that's when comeback starts into in two thousand and six and I covered that and for the first month, or so it was joyous. I remember her. Her Australian Open Comeback. She beat Venus of. Ever in the first round, who was seated and absolutely took her apart, and it was just rolling back the years, glorious tenants, but She was never as good as she was before and yes, she found it difficult. I think to leave the sport. And yet she also couldn't hack it anymore. So. She ended up leaving the sport three times. Yes she had three three separate retirements will. We'll talk about each of these just in a minute, but let's I hear from Mary Carillo reflecting on well, Martina Hingis his career generally, but first of all on that Wimbledon triumph in nineteen ninety-seven. Matter a quote in his research from Hingis saying she hated Gross. That obviously coming before she ended up winning the title, his Mary Reflecting on why Hanks's game worked on the grass. People think that you've got to the overpowering to win, Wimbledon..
"golz" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"A lifestyle image or sorry a moving video of product explaining how it's actually being used in context and I shared a little bit about about the strategy behind video ads in the presentation before but You you don't have to think too hard about this like in terms of Having to hire expensive videographers or doing a photo shoot or a video shoe you can. You can get your you know your job done pretty quickly with just still with effects like zooming and panning and stuff like that. We've done in a pinch like when we don't have the time to create a full blown video ad which just do some Screen shots of the out of the product in a that looks like a lifestyle sitting and then just zoom in and out and to messing music in the background and boom. You're you're ready to answer your question. these are important because they are prominent. I think that's one of the ways. It's crowded marketplace under so many calls from every different direction. I think you WANNA be louder than anyone else. And these are some of the ways that can help you to be louder on the platform strikes that we all in different ways pay massive amounts of money for visibility on the Amazon Platform. One which is by for example reducing the price if you'll goods By the upfront price. That Evans Golz or whether to Um coupons whenever other things coupons vouchers in various different types of coupon type codes And the other one is spending a ton of money on sponsor prototypes..
"golz" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Yes or no we got lots of the border and we're going to let our guests dow introduce themselves where we begin with one of our Libertarians. This evening Eric Eric. Along with Joe Kaiser. I host the radio program sources with knowledge which airs on five. Sixty the answer here in Chicago Sundays. Three to four PM and As of the beginning of two thousand twenty. I'm now the director of communications at the ACTON Institute for the Study of Religion and liberty but of course all my opinions expressed here in mind and not those of act at all that you're a literature and I've made the point that we have to Libertarians on the program this evening but you and Bruno disagree at some point. So how would you further? Define your degree of libertarianism. I've always considered myself more of a classical liberal than libertarian. Libertarians are perfectly acceptable terms to me but I come from a more conservative. Tradition is. We're brutal and I might overlap some that I have a conservative streak but I also have had distinct disagreements with the conservative world over the last ten twelve years Bruno Baron. You're also here. You're also libertarian. How do you see the difference between you and Eric Well for Mitt standpoint of being like here on in the world I think. There's a lot of good libertarian ideas. But I'm I've become much more of leaning much more toward the social conservative side of things. I think that the right has made a mistake in Following like the think tank I n Ran Golz Gulch. Not Government anywhere everything. The government does evil viewpoint and I think they would have been much more Well served to be a little bit more balanced. I think we're starting to see some of that. Not only in the election of Donald Trump which I actually saw a lot of economically liberal social conservatives moved to his side but you're also seeing what happened recently in England with Boris Johnson. Quick follow up to you. Do you believe that the Libertarian Party? This year is going to have any significant role to play in. Who WINS I? Don't you know the let's put it this way. I think the Gary Johnson played a significant role and siphoning off enough votes. I MEAN DONALD. Trump is president for a wide variety of small reasons. That worked in his favor I you know I have a big warm spot in my heart for the idea. That ideas that libertarian present. But they just can't get there three to five percent of the population and all they're ever going to be spoiler well being spoilers not such a bad role. If that's all you can do Marcus hello I'm marcus all. I'm director of English and media communications at College of Saint Joseph and founder and president of the Pullman National Monument Preservation Society in Chicago. And you're not a democrat. You are a progressive. I am Liberal Progressive Communist. Where well how do you want me to describe for me? I'm I'm I believe in social movements. I believe in Power from the people. I'm I'm a democratic. I believe Democratic Socialist. I wouldn't I don't belong to the democratic socialist but you know I'm I'm not Critical of their positions. They overlap But where I come from and In my politics Part of what? Bernie's been pushing lately as saying you know This election is about caring for people who you don't know and I think that's where I come from. Is that sometimes? We have to be carrying about the the other people Who's experienced? We haven't had who we don't know and ensure the well-being of all of our citizens Judah Sherwin got us about yourself. Yes every time you samant conservative. Republican a little a little stick and I certainly didn't start out that way I was very anti war liberal liberal left wing not that left wing antiwar liberal yes social liberal worked in the civil rights movement all that good stuff and I feel like the Democratic Party left me behind the longtime ago So I'm kind of left with Republican people to vote for and conservative. What are today conservative ideas? Which when I grew up were not terribly conservative. practiced law in Chicago. I also am on the Faculty of the Law School of Loyola University and of course by opinions expressed here are my own and not there's and And I love coming on the show great. Let's go to joy who's listening to us on. Knx L. Y. One of our oldest affiliates in spokane Washington go ahead. Can you hear me to enjoy? Go ahead okay You know I well. I'm a Democrat and so I believe that the house managers did put on a very good case And I did not think the the trump lawyers did But what is upsetting me? The most is that since trump was elected. I've been listening to conservative. Radio shows and many of the host have made this into a joke. So we joke about the impeachment We joke about the Sham And I just find that I mean I feel like our. Our representatives are senators our government. I feel the most discouraged and upset at the point that we are at now. You you listen to the house or the trump's lawyers and also those who are interviewed the senators on their tweets or when they're interviewed they will not address any of these issues almost directly. So if you talk about Holding back the The the money. Oh they do that in four or five countries and the list of the country or if they talk about firing Maria The van De Passenger. They'll talk about. Oh you'RE GONNA pitch. Oh you know he can do that. Well let's look at the way it was done and I think that's what made The house managers testimonies. So strong is that they. They showed this whole thing going on that. The letter was a small part up. The transcript of his phone call was a small small part of and people and the Republicans they will just not acknowledge any part of it and I think it's one of your speakers was saying that if you follow trump you've gotta say everything was perfect and my gosh. No matter what you're going to say about the different witnesses. They all tell the same story. And if I had something if I stole something and I had seventeen people say that that all this had happened even though someone may have not directly seen me but they saw me sell the piece of jewelry you know at a pawn shop and they had this and that and that I mean there are some conclusions you can come to or you can. At least listen to the argument on the Republicans are not joy. One of the other things. That's happening here is The difference between what's happening in the trial and then what's happening in the broader body politic. And where the where the democratic goal is to is to rough up president trump so that he is unelectable in the fall that that's the long term goal if they can't get him out right away they certainly want to get out in November and again the other thing that's happening independent of that is there's news organizations around the United States that are discovering stories including the New York Times Story. Which Judy doesn't have much confidence in but again it's GonNa Dominate News. Next week I'll predict that and the point is they're they're whether it's an interview with Lev Parnasse by You know by MSNBC and Rachel Maddow or whether it's an ABC news story which has a tape recording of president trump in his own words his own voice Making comments from Lev Parnis. Who He says he does not know. These are things that are out there in the broader Bala Body politic and it gives it gives senators and opportunity to look at it and maybe there isn't enough of them that are going to stand up and say wait a minute. Let's learn more about this but it is having some impact I think on the broader public and the question is does anybody really care about it and one of the big stories this past week or I think I think an important media story was a story that came out from. Nbc and then NBC ABC NBC picked. It up was a videotape of Lev. Parnassus talking to Donald Trump about ousting the ambassador in Ukraine and this is how that unfolded this was recorded from a cell phone of some sort at a dinner involving him and the President United States and you will hear Donald Trump's voice. Let's listen the biggest problem in this regard Jerusalem as the Clinton administration with your messages. Everybody wait to get around suit.
"golz" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"My concern is facade the cathedral it's become a religious on the fashion industry and instead of introducing people to the the love of God and the promises of heaven and forgiveness. It's simply offering a smear of spirituality on something that is really silently quite quite decadent and we're not here to be Martin Jordan or hip well actually the modern world and the hip well is in real trouble it suffering from mental instability anxiety. He says inside the Cathedral's like southern open for business and they've forgotten their commitment to God just by making it an art form doesn't make it any better I'm of because it's an art form but the question is what kind of art what does it say about humanity the problem with with that fashion show is it essentially it says that human beings valuable bowl when they're they're rich highly sexualizing animalistic attractive. That's that's not what Christianity teaches we teach the opposite we teach that it doesn't as a matter how poor you are God loves you a House actually attractive while your immense value and the look is required is to be forgiven unchanged changed complaints about cathedrals. This country has just opened for business forgotten their their commitment to God. We've forgotten are commendable. The Churches Churches forgotten its commitment to God and going back a little bit either you convert Secular Society to Christianity or Secular Society Converts Christianity Sanity to being secular well we can see from what's been going on in our churches that in many many places secular society I T. is winning out and the churches becoming something of a disgrace and under science news climate change news. I'm not going to go into much. There's been Golz I've looked at but I'm not gonNA cover much of it. 'cause we conduct week after we become climate change program but there's been climate it changed protests sweeping the world and really based on speculation indoctrination force evidence watching some BBC news from the BBC Weather Department talking about among other things sea level arised this but but for one hundred fifty years there's been no change in the rate of sea level rise and one hundred fifty years ago there was not man and made carbon dioxide filled global warming to be sort of claimed. It's but Israeli the sea level rise is consistent the same rate now as it was one hundred and fifty years ago anyway. I thought this would be interesting to look at this just just briefly. It's not easy to here but let's have a listen to Alexandra. Kasur caught as well predicting the end of Miami.
"golz" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"That is not your realm. I i feel it coming. I feel it coming on the line. She a friend of mine <hes> shattered house v._c. Like commented it on her instagram and her twitter like calling racist for the party and she blocked him on both things but not before sending him a tweet semi that screen shot at the tweet and it says i blocked because i don't want hostile people who comment negatively on the five-year-old's birthday party following me or seeing my kids. Thanks blocking him here too. But did you see the person who responded him and i was like oh i guess i have to block doc people magazine because they also have pictures of your kids. That was genius. Someone else says sam w she should people magazine block youtube because you can see pictures of her kids there. Fuck okay. We need to move golz move on from ever maria medina we have so many questions comments concerns. Thank you listen to one minute. We spend nine minutes. The one you just you don't look to maybe like five minutes so we may have been talking king for nine minutes but let's get down to four five yeah for those who don't know this. Who's there are weekly call in show. We take questions comments and concerns <hes>. Let's start with some <music>. Hi who weekly melissa mccarthy was on gilmore girls and he's definitely at that just wondering election now just formed out soaring. I watched touched lake. All five thousand episodes of gilmore. Girls mccarthy was on it. She was like barely on it compared to the other people. She's easily forgettable so i forgot that she was just as i forget that chris pratt was on everwood. I watched all those episodes to whatever early on a journey your t._v. Life has been hey man. I saw you like in like to tweet about in the middle of an sexton city rewatch so clearly. You're also so like not looking for t._v. Then okay tell me here's here's a conversation like i'm gonna start. All these shows watches watches sex in the city. I can't do it hi bobby lindsey i know no. You're getting so many calls about this but i had to add my voice to the chorus. I am the same age as you. I watch just as much or really really a little sports as you but even i know having grown up in the u._s. Many of the u._s. women's national national team players from ninety nine. You have briana scurry locking those goals. You got michelle akers with her giant. Pom pom hair brandy with the bra is brandy chastain. I got her autograph later. He told me to dream and i have been dreaming ever since meeham. Everyone knows who your hamlets or what. She looks like. You got julie foudy aka lousy saudi christine lilley. Those are icon secondly. Melissa mccarthy was on gilmore girls. She's with them. I think you guys eat more sweets trench crush. I love you. Oh my god. I think you guys need more sleep leap. It was such a of all and then it was like no. You've got some brand. He sounds like my mom. I think you need sleep. I love you. I'm worried about your cognitive dog. Native health and it's like whoa that's true. I didn't know many of those names to be fair so i knew brandy and i was right and you made me think i was wrong. I said brandy with the broth forty five times. I mean i did not recognize three quarters of those names when you were like juicy lucy over here. I was like not remember when they won. Do you remember remember the raw. I remember covering it was brandy..
"golz" Discussed on AnarchoInc - The Free Market Business Podcast
"So how has the project been going? Yeah. So it's been going, okay. Like I said it took way longer than I expected. I mean I came down here in twenty fourteen and you know, we're coming up on twenty twenty the building should be finished here. And that's, that's the main building, which I've been seeing on the website. Correct. Like, that's the I don't know, like the community building where it'd be like shared building. Yes. So what kind of get us the story of forgotten how we get started? Originally you had Jeff Berwick during the Gulf sculpture project, which was in career Kavi, which is right outside of Santiago. It's more and my business partner. Gabriel shear. He had been following that in so at I so had been laid that interview with and a lot of my investors as well. So we all wanted to buy property there, and then gold skull Chea, raise prices. And then some people, you know, a lot of us were priced out. This was back twenty four. This was like early twenty fourteen. Mum. I'd flown down the chili right. At the same time to buy some land on my own. I've met a couple of friends through the dollar vigilante Facebook group. Okay. But at the same time, there were questioned starting to come up in that group about, hey, about this passport from you, Jeff Berwick, you know, or is my money. Where's my past for that kind of start happening? And my business partner had at this point gotten the job at gold skull ch-, and he started taking over some of their IT webs of managing their website. Okay. Els and so on. And he started looking in the things and getting all these weird emails of, hey, you know, about this or steady my money. Why, why aren't you guys responding to me all these really weird things? So after awhile, he realized that this whole thing's the scam cheese. So he he had originally envisioned buying a lot at gold skull, and then resigning is this building that we are building now for a fourth goal. It was just going to be in the parts. Building razz offered. She brooms so he had already taken some money in for that. And he said, okay. On refunding you all the money for the apartments. When a look deeper into this project is clearly, fraudulent things going on the while sure enough about three months later, it went, it went when downhill quick, because a turned out, they didn't have any of the lots subdivided legally. So they were illegally selling a subdivisions of lots basically, to people. The lawyers involved with the Chilean lawyers involved with the project have been stealing money and had somehow so disguise property, without the water rights, or somehow he's received the water, right? So it was a total disaster, while I'm down here in Chile and I was kind of hearing about this and at the same time, communicating with real estate guide met, what's his name, something Kaiser. He lives down in talker, and he's, he's actually pretty well known for down here for selling real estate are legitimate guy. Okay. So I was gonna go meet him. But at the same time, I met my business partner. Luke in Crowley, Lucan his wife lettuce, and they were going to work for this Xs fear school as your dog. There's my dog ED's, okay? Keep going there. We're gonna work for this extra school, and I met them, and they said, hey, you know, our buddy Gabriel here he's coming back from Kirkeby is gonna meet us here in this. Such land city and we're gonna go out for drinks. And he's gonna stay at the apartment with us as well. And basically, just got started telling me, you gold scopes going under. We're not sure what the fraud is. But it's it's you know, there's fraud their nose other stuff. So after Lao, we kinda cited, you know, we all want one way or another. We all want to invest in this project and the other on. We did not sure whatever. But we've really liked to still do this. It'd be really cool. There was a community of like minded people, and the whole Goltz go shopping worked. We kind of wanted to work, everybody. Right. So we decided okay, well, let's just build this for cult instead. Let's get a small acre somewhere in Chile building the -partment building, and we designed the very big building. It was almost like a four million dollar five million dollar building of free time, retire the size of what we're building now. So that was that we formed the company started touring all over Chile. I mean everywhere striving up downs to the north to the south. We didn't like the north too much. We didn't go all the way north into the desert, but we went up north into the plains. It was all this land for sale everywhere. And it turned out there was some pollution issues up north. So it has why offer sale. We found that out. I Ronnie we found out from the guy who was renting to car we asked him you. We said, hey shawl, awesome property for sale for like, literally nothing was to deal and he said, oh, yeah. You don't want to buy that. Skill. Yes. That was that. So then we went down south, and we found the property we started raising money for four Galt, and it was just supposed to be in the parts. There is not going to be anything else just one acre apartments with twenty something well, more rooms, but we say we scaled it down to one building. That's now costing one point four million dollars cheaper lot smaller. But in the process of that we, we found this beautiful property, and we approach landowner we said, we want to buy one of your lots in the community and he said, great. And then once we closed on the deal for buying the lot, he said, hey, you know, I have fifty other loss. I've been trying to sell since the financial crisis. My business partner, she's passed away. So this little equal village that we were designing or had designed basically yum. I can't. I don't know how to marketing. I don't I'm not the guy running man. He wasn't actually manager of the whole property was more years now. He was or vista main investor, so he was kind of just stuck, so we all made a deal. All right. Well, we're going to build this building and in the process that will hopefully bring some interest, your property, and then we can also if you'd like become the broker because Chile unlike in the US, you don't have to have a license to sell real estate. You. On the internet and do it. Yeah. You know so yeah. That's how we got started and kind of story. So it's awesome. I mean, the whole story where you took something that went to shit, the Golz clutch and you, you know, instead of, you know, being down now you went and created your own, which is very entrepreneural again. Very libertarian view. Right. You took in the market always provides. So gee, I mean not to be like it's Bert to'real point fingers. But the whole failing of Golz glitch to you blame Jeff or I mean like is there because a lot of us listening Jeff in we, we really enjoy the content you puts out. I've heard great things about in ARCO poco. But there have been some these stories, I've heard right? There's been the, the murder of, of a one of the guests that went down in ARCO poco for selling drugs. And now there's Golz glitch. Right. And so. Spoked was that as Goltz Gulch a gull scouts go. Sorry, I don't know what I'm saying. Gulfs glitch. It was a glitch anyways. Chehalis belts caused right from from, Ian van. Right. Atlas shrugged? Right. So. Right. That's where he's still the name, and that's incited to redo the project was because we felt like. I don't I can go into exactly what his Jeff Barwick's role was all this. But the, the whole thing was not gonna let these other people drag this awesome name from this book that I'll read through the mud and just let it go by the wayside. I just gonna take the same. We're gonna put it on the real project, and that was the problem too. You know, there was lawyers and other people who down here in Valdivia. They heard about the new name for Galt and said. Oh, yeah. You guys are those same scam artists from the old project from another project, right back. We're not gonna help you do any legal work and so on. So it made it was actually a hindrance for while at to take on the name. But we decided to consciously that we wanted to do that. And save the name. Yeah. Yeah. It's a it's a name with with the whole libertarian movement, and our co capitalist movement. Right. That a lot of, you know, we talk about we bring up we quote iron ran lot. Right. And atlas trog and we tell people to read the books. Right. And, and so it's, it's one, you know, when I read the books and watched even watch the films I was blown away. Right. Like that, even though it's, it's a hypothetical. It's something that almost like nineteen eighty four is happening today. Right. Where bureaucrats getting involved, and we now have not free market capitalism, but crony capitalism, right? Yeah. So again, yeah, I'm I'm, I'm happy that you guys took this thing that was failing and, and, you know, in, in turn it into something real in it sucks that these things do happen in community because then what's going to happen? And maybe it's. Happened. I don't think to deepen get involved with the politics of the bureaucrats of, of any which way, but it's, you know, somebody on, on Fleiss. Or vox is gonna write something that says, oh, look another libertarian. Scam. Right. And so just it doesn't help anything with any sort of restate society or liberty movement rate. And it really sucks at these things happen. And in and I hate to see it. And, you know, for me, I'm just trying to find answers for people that are interested in that this is real. I've talked to now, this is the second person I've talked to from all everything seems legitimate, and all the stories are lining up, if you listen to Ben's interview urine view, so it all sounds great questions that, you know, listeners, have sent me personal people asked me offline simple things, like what are the associated costs for getting involved or Galt? I guess, I guess. Price range, what our ongoing fees, and then there are other questions like electric and water. But let's just break down one of the price range to either get involved in our. What are the ongoing fees just opted top of your head? You don't have to, you know, disclaimer. These are not the exact prices prices are online, but yeah, just give us an idea. The disclaimer is the prices are on our website and you know, they're, they're set in UF, which is a wilder. Would you advise the lots in, you can send us crypto obviously, but we the land owner sells the lots because we're just brokers. He sells them for pesos obviously, but was interesting is in Chile. Unlike most other countries, they have another currency called the US a uniform something United, basically allows conversions into the peso based on the inflation rate. So that's kind of interesting. So I just mentioned now because on our website we, we kept adjusting the prices in the pesos, and some other things that we decided to be much easier to put them in the uniform fee. So you take that number in the peso's, but as far as actually getting Volve with the projects. If you're if you're buying the four Goltz the actual parts community centers, what we call it. We still have eight rooms for sale. And they range between twenty seven thousand for a very small room to a larger one.
"golz" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq
"The big podcast. Check is the biggest Puckett that'll do about myself. I got beat all I got John crazy face can cage hit the buttons Jenkins sag. Appreciate you goes. Well, we appreciate you quick change of pace though. Did you hear about what happened at the Kentucky Derby, the horse horse? Yeah. So I and I wanted to bring this up for one reason the stories obviously been mulled over a lot. But yeah, this they went back after the derby. And they said this horse is disqualified, porn, t two minutes, right? For them to decided. I hated every second horse track many times in my life. I have never seen an inquiry, and you see the inquiry light where you're you have a bet place, then they tell you hold up. There's an inquiry. I've never seen it. Go more than three or four minutes. Two minutes. Yeah. That was a joke. Well, you're so I guess shaggy the foul here is does that ruin it. Like, if you have to go back after the fact and overturned the result of an event like a game or something they go back, and they go, hey, you know, what you guys didn't win game five. We went back and looked at it after half an hour, and we're taking the victory away from you. But you know, I think a lotta people. Overlook are overlooking. What could happen? Rowett me now detective derby Kentucky, Derby a lot of money place bets. Right. There are some conspiracy theorists. That think this things are are fixed. Rijeka? Oh, absolutely. Horseracing is a very fixed sport legs fours ragging of horses and things like that. Sure. So, you know, maybe maybe Mr. somebody came in luck almost that you've been not winning today. We do send you back onto your family in the glue factory. Yup. You're having the guys that math down I'm gonna win. And then you know, he went up says the same. Lamb meat in the Czech meal. I talked to in reiki in the horse beat Oakland not win. Even though you guys come out and you ride the horse, and you wins. And I said, no, no and everybody plays the bed or what you know. The man told them to do I look at this thing rather than say all the horse touches 'cause I've been watching this thing for many years. I see a lot of horses always touching up. You know what I'm saying? My life. So. Oh down. It's like, oh, you're seeing it with the naked eye. You wouldn't have not that not unless you're a very adept horse racing fan. And I I've been a horse tracks many many times, and I didn't see thing. I didn't see it thing until they then slow it down super slow. Mo and I'm like, oh, okay. But that was it seemed like. Replay from the NFC title game from everything else. I think replay and stuff the talk of it and everything is killing sports. I really do. I think it's killing sports of what it was about the new low on the money. Could they think that's a good? Yeah. Hey daily fantasy is an absolute blast. But it's never better than when we hit the playoffs because the NBA the NHL final fours coming together. Plus baseball in full swing Golz on fire or the PGA championship coming up. You wanna get closer to the action? Of course,.
"golz" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Myriad you. Get an answer for that were that that word some call actually that was Philip from goals, and he wanted to call and say Hello or we did. Yeah. So there you go Philip from Golz and be sure to check the meal soon. You're gonna be getting that Pat Walsh show sticker in the mail, buddy. Yeah. You're sitting at a lot of stickers. I am like it's a whole nother fulltime job. Pat. I met the post office you should have seen. What I saw at the post office today. That's another conversation for another day. I'll tell you later. No, no, I got the packages out and so everybody and there's new requests coming in. So I got about the first twenty out and then kind of chiseling away each day on them. So everybody, thank you so much for listening and being dedicated loyal listeners here on the Pat Walsh show hope that you like the stickers, and we really appreciate you sporting them on your vehicles trailers on your boats on your trucks. Yes. Six. Yeah. We have stickers and they're really cool. They're actually there. I guess window decals, but you can put them on your on your vehicle on your window. I like him because it's got that clear background their unobtrusive. They're very clean. I like the look of them, and they're really clean looking. You can put him on your laptop wherever you wanna put them. I've got some stickers bunch of stickers on my car, but also have stickers on my tack box out at the barn Hawthorne ranch. We're talking about wild horses, and I'm trying very hard. Go get another horse. Sources you know, you have the inside scoop on this. You know, I don't know too much about this particular, you know, about this particular story, but I do know that the I think that you're talking about the inmates training them, and that I actually want to see that movie that came out recently about that story where the inmate was training the the wild horse. The I think it was the Mustang, and yeah, I still haven't seen it yet. My schedule's been really crazy. But I'd love to talk to Ken dog about that one. Because that looks really good, and it's pretty much like the story that you're describing right now an inmate inmates training the horses. Yeah. I mean, this seems like a pretty pretty cool thing. I think it such a great program. And if you if if you have a course in your life, then you guys know what kind of great therapy. They are just being out at the barn. If you're writing or not if you go out there and just turn your horse out, or if you're grooming. Ng just spending good quality time with your horse, grooming and letting your horse greys..
"golz" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"So it was like a random last soldier who kind of like makes dormitory Coleman's about Larssen Ren Lee having sex. Taiwan. I think outright refers to it as like an affliction or Boma nation all something like that just like various like jokes negative points of views expressed in the background, which was fun. So you kind of end up with his picture of western culture, deeming homosexuality to the sort of ultimately, I've a a crime an illness. Something that shameful something. That's just a bit of an unfortunate disadvantage or something. That's not November. Yeah. Which is interesting. Yeah. I mean, Kabul button with us yet because in a book, so I feel where we do say prejudice against quia characters. He tends to be more Societa but something else. So for example, Sam who is John stood. Yep. John snow's stood as postage on Coniston. Once he becomes law commanders night's launch. There's a lot of negativity directed toward him. But it seems to me more about the fact that he was a sex worker than it end is kind of insinuation that. It's bad that he was a sex worker and like bad that he was submitting twelve mental again. Yeah. And I think generally there's a bit more revive of strict gender roles and that being the more important thing like not necessarily. Okay, you're in love with man. But if you are shooting a role outside of your assigned gender, then that's what what really kind of keying in on. Okay. Do you have any other examples designed Victorian has a Meister on his ship alcohol'd is like a feminine and Gaulish and get raped by several of his silos. And yet it's that this character exist outside of traditionally masculine appearance. And so therefore that is kind of the focus of that yet. When you compare that to how people like Loris and Lynn Coleridge rated. It's like, okay no-one seems to follow them all went March. And maybe it's because they all the wise meaner astounding masculine traits in the nipples quieting, aggressive, not necessarily aggressive in the case of Lord city. Suddenly, very competent official. Interesting Esso's gets I would say in comparison to the amount of time we spend their comparatively more, we're content. It seems to be pretty consistent that every time. Oh, sooner city, she meets she encounters like some form of queer 'Presentation. Okay. And I know there are references to on the cultures. So this starts really early on. When the Sarah's is telling her that does rocky men sleep with ways. I mean, I feel like the dog Raqi holder was pretty undeveloped and. That's an example exists. Yeah. We don't really know that much about it. He's well sexuality, we know a few things and then like, not great. In clash of kings tear in highs a pair of gay Ebenezer's Golz over them at. They seem happy. Right. It's closest thing. So I have a gay couple. We have I love the ovens girl. Sour appears a couple of times. I I in clash and then later he comes back in dense dragons sand it's made pretty clear that he's gay. He's on interested in that. Which is like the ultimate sign that you're gay in this race by simply. Yeah. I'm once again, we got the problem of he keeps boys in his household. I was actually I was reading a little bit about this. Because yet review comments from people on a list of quick artisan, phone, Watson and file will maybe we shouldn't cameras because. I guess that might pedophilia role and having sex rally and someone else was like, but George also refers to like the girls at the brothel along. Yeah. And it does into just kind of be inner wing. He's referring to people who are sex workers low who are servants in a sexual way. He refers to those goals, always as men or women..
"golz" Discussed on Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men
"Dream? I never had anything to sacrifice professor because my life began with the X men. Then you're wrong. Son. Our motives are not as different as you might think. There is nothing I wouldn't do for any of my students. Now, I'd like you to do something for me, Scott anything. Stop calling me. Professor. I don't know what you're talking about, sir. If you'll excuse me, I should plug up this tear in the cockpit before it widens. Certainly, but don't change the subject every student at my first graduating class has reconciled themselves with dressing me as a person rather than their instructor. Henry, gene, Bobby Warren? They all have at one time or another called me Charles. If we are to die here. And now in the middle of nowhere. I would very much like it to be as equals rather than a student and teacher, you're being ridiculous. I could call. By your first name. I believe you're bluffing. Let me just attend to this. I. You some debris to block the wind. Now, I believe you're stalling not at all. I want everything in its place when I pulverize it with my blast. There you go. There you go. Charles say with me, Scott, I could call you. By your first name, if I wanted to I just choose not to. Yes. Well, I applaud your self control this fucking nerd, okay? I think Scott probably has actually called professor Xavier Charles by this point in continuity. But I love this. I love the we get to see a side of cyclops that isn't just pain in the ass boy scout in the early nineties. This is the Scott summers that I love this is Scott summers whose adore named slim. Like he's back at the storm. I love is back exe-. I love is back this. This is my favorite version of all of these characters in the early nineties. So with that let's move on to the second issue, which is again, a really amazing character study. This is X men unlimited number two point blank written by Fabian nece as a penciled by gender Cima inked by Dan Pinault and Keith Williams, Jimmy Pomianowski, and Joe Rubinstein and colored by Marija vans. So Fabianus as we know gender Cima, I love gender Samah. She did. Almost all of Star Wars legacy. My favorite Star Wars comic that dark horse put out a number of years ago, and she's really good at drawing both action and talking heads, and that's good. Because this issue is a lot of characters talking. There's not actually a lot of big explodes stuff. Although that is there. Anderson just nails it for the most part it's emotional conversations, and especially under stadium Otieno conversations. And it stays engaging the whole time this is when I tend to think of as a montage issue something that goes between a lot of flashbacks and a lot of characters talking about a specific thing. Now, this issue actually takes place partway through fatal attractions, the upcoming crossover. We're going to be covering, but I actually kinda like it as a prequel instead. And in fact, thanks to good old shipping and editor he'll delays this came out before some of the fatal attraction stuff that it references. So we're gonna go for it. Even though technically we shouldn't until later. And as the issue opens, we get magneto looking at terrifying and majestic as he just tears the fuck up in a battlefield there. People being ripped apart tanks being thrown everywhere in him just looking impassive and read in corresponding energy. And also course narration first of all great word. And second it occurs to me that this issue is kind of built around a theme that we're gonna see explored in a lot of detail much later by Cullen Bunn in his magneto solo series, which the people whose lives are kind of defined by magneto and by his proximity. Absolutely. And the main character of the issue who will get to momentarily. His narration gets that across perfectly when I first saw him. It was like looking directly into the sun at high noon, simply overwhelming, his brilliance domineering his superiority prostrating his Eric's. He was everything I was led to believe he would be magneto one of the most powerful mutants on the face of the planet. At this flashback is from many years ago when east German soldiers attacked windy gore mountain, which is a mountain at the high of luminary kinda runs, and it's a long story. But the point is that factors into Magna's own backstory. And the narrator himself is a man named Adrian ice Golz. He is escaping the battlefield..
"golz" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"In Puerto Rico? They went to see, you know, you can't get tickets, but they can import thirty 'cause they moved the show for them. So I think that's pretty awesome. Right. This is how you get the people's business done. Go on vacation on the beach. And they go by the way, I had somebody one of the leftist folks, attacking man, social media, and you should follow me on Twitter. Follow me on Facebook at Chris crock show, that's at Chris crock show. See HRIS care, okay? On Twitter and Facebook, just click on Chris crock show and click public figure click like scroll down. Oh, there's a mean there's Infoway Golz on fire. He people are laughing their butts. I laughed my butts out outlaw that came from a listener who was awesome. And you got gotta see you're gonna laugh your butts off. It's about the Facebook challenged, by the way, did you like it executive producer? Chris forgot to ask you laughed out loud. I'm like, oh my gosh. That's awesome. A listener Chris crock show listeners sent me a thing. Replied, what am I post said when we put the border of where we put a wall up in Canada. Well because opioids. Are ninety percent of opioids come through the south southern border. For example, ninety percent of opioids do you know that just today we find out? That more Americans in the US now die from opioids. Then car crashes. You are more likely to die from opiate overdose. In the United States of America. Then you are a car crash now, and you, and I know that car crashes are like v most riskiest things out there. Not an airplane. You know, not not this Napa but driving in a car. So you're more likely to die from Fenton all heroin coming up from our Mexican border. Then you are from. For many being but from a car crash, and so, but the Democrats and the liberal who was shoot shoot shout at me on Facebook or Twitter, whichever one it was. Hey, we'll look at putting a wall up in Canada. When ninety percent of the opioids start coming into their mechanic does not a third world country. Mexico is Canada is not run by a couple dozen billionaire families and populated by folks that don't get education or that are serfs peasants because of the couple of dozen people that controlled ninety percent of the nation's wealth. So that's a third world country. That's mexico. They're corrupt. We are popping up their poor by them feasting off of us here at the rich folks in Mexico running the country are having us subsidize their poor through an illegal scheme in operation. Call illegal immigration, the the cartels are the ones who are making tons of money. They allow the clearance for these illegals to come up to their areas. They're running buses now up for these illegals to come up as migrants quarter coat their legal immigrants and so ninety percent of the opioids that are killing us in plano in. Bernie or lakey, which is in south Texas in Queiro in south Texas in Austin in in Bedford in Hurst euless in weather for doesn't matter. And including Cindy York from Arlington saying hi on Facebook, right on the Chris krok show on WBZ AP's Facebook page, you're more likely to die from opioid, then you are an opioid then you are for from car crash. So don't worry. The dams have got this under control make sure you stay strong as a democrat. Keep voting democrat help.
"golz" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Dunno isn't like your semen help fuel you. Drink my own semen every morning, and I feel incredibly Golz. Colts sleigh. My skin is. So you didn't even need to go to Dave and Buster's. I was Dave and busters on my face. So the condoms go all over. No, they're nowhere to be found. Oh, see we have to ask you what the medical God, this is horrible. So you can't even have like a spontaneous hook up with some, you know, like, whatever skier from the crane or. Yeah. And everyone's dream, by the way, schedule you'd have to do so premeditated. Yes. You need to go to medical center back. And so then I was like, well, why do people take so many? But then when I saw the dish became overcome with power. And I was like I'm going to take so many for my friends at home because I was like they do they have like the vibe rings. No, oh, they're just they were like, they can kind. It was it was in Korean in in then underneath an English. Just said generic condom. Oh, tease awful. I don't feel brand the athletes. No, it was dishonoring. Yeah. I mean because y'all could have brought your own. Twentieth. J? So you're about to meet Karen duty Karen, do she is the CEO of imaginarium studios? So she is one of the biggest heads in town. And you're about to have a general meeting with her, and I'm assistant Donovan, I'd like you to meet Karen Dushi. Jay pharaoh. Karen, Jay, thank you so much for coming. I have been such a huge fan of your first so long over to. Thank you for coming. Him or appreciate your work as well. Did you ask Jay if he won't Trink at all? I didn't know is that type of meeting, but you know, I'll just have you know, clips ODA probably soda right away. Sure say thanks done as you know, your agents told you, but we have the rights to Beverly Hills cop or Genucel series. Your. Eddie Murphy recently has fallen as is fallen out, but I would love so for for reasons that all expand on later, but but we are very interested in you replacing him. Okay. Be willing to potentially, you know, look at some of the dialogue. You know what? Let's let's let's start. Let's read let's read you have a script have a script ahead. It's a working scrag. You want me to read with John? Donovan will. I'm it's too. By the way. So we already signed the you don't you know, that you can't just can't say this is completely confidential dog is whole it mean is tight. But whatever. But go ahead. Cool, whatever fuck it. I won't say. All right. So this is interior interior when Bego day a winnebago, you want me to rat in a motherfucker winnebago, what are your frayed of the top bunk? Don't you mother Kasich? Will you can drive bitch? Had a fuck them to make peanut butter jealous. Fuck am I supposed to make Peter? Hi, buck in my supposed to blast those caps. You just do what you always motherfucking. Do you situa- down? And you do the same shit that your way has been doing over and over again. That's what the fuck you do. And I'm gonna be over here knew what the fuck I do in motherfucking seconds. Wait. Okay. In seeing the part you want to see the different way. I would love it. If you some. Some. You need who you need. You know, I'm not an actor care. You want to do this with him? I am the up tight woman who has rented this winnebago ochre..
"golz" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The United Arab Emirates has told how he endured psychological torture. Matthew, hit was pardoned and released from his term of life imprisonment last week imposed after a colts in the UAE found him guilty of spying. The academic says that he was made to sign a confession that he couldn't read to being subjected to torture and psychological pressure. He was denied access to British embassy officials punished for his protestations of innocence by being made to stand for a whole day shackles and a schoolteacher by Golz when he wants to wash Mr. hedges who denies spying has thanked the government for securing his release. That's the BBC's John McManus. French president Macron scrapped a fuel tax rise Wednesday amid fears of new violence after weeks of nationwide. Protests in the worst rioting in Paris. In decades protesters celebrated victory, but sunset Macron surrender came too late. This is townhall dot com. Hong Kong businessman has been found guilty of bribing African leaders for oil contracts. She Jing Patrick Ho the one time Hong Kong home secretary was convicted of bribing the presidents of Chad and Uganda to get oil contracts for Chinese energy conglomerate the case stretched from African oilfields to the United Nations involving several presidents of the general assembly hall was tried in New York because several relevant meetings and money transfers took place here. Prosecutors portrayed him as a sophisticated bagman. The defense said homemade is payments openly because they weren't bribes. But charitable contributions he was convicted of money laundering conspiracy and violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices act. Warren Levinson, New York Colorado is higher Georgia defensive coordinator Mel Tucker as their new head coach Tucker gets a five year fourteen point seven five million dollar contract. It starts immediately. Which means he won't coach Georgia in the Sugar Bowl against Texas.
"golz" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM
"Those realize mystery programs on tv recently there was a young wall we've been given up for adoption at birth now was attempting to locate her real parents when she was reunited with her mother she learned her father had long since died the woman's tears poured four like a desert craving following a spring storm she said she was crying because she would never get to hear her father's voice the power of a father's voice so so reassuring witness a wisp i thought how healing it would be for this motion devastated young woman to be able to hear the voice of her heavenly father a whisper a gentle whisper who among us though has hard actually her the voice of god what is god's voice sound like i asked my mother that question and she replied well i imagine like walter cronkite challenge drawing that not wales charlton heston she gave it a great deal of all and loyally decided to stick with walter cronkite god speaks to man a great deal throughout the old testament there's a wonderful description in the twenty nine th saul the voice of the lord is powerful the voice of the lord is majestic the voice of the lord level majesty has god ever whispered to man the bible mentions one specific occasion yes i kings chapter nineteen the province allows alone in a cage when god speaks to him mountain in the president of the law the law passed by powerful cataclysmic noises surround elijah then or wait then fire this was not god speaking in a live in new england when god chose to speak to coal his servant back to his service in a wisp coal d'amoto call the hebrew for almost imperceptible burn a quiet voice a whisper golz wisp let's look at that beautiful passage in exodus thirty three beginning verse seven where moses straps attempt of meeting in their camp this tent of meeting by the way is not a meeting and it was the tabernacle but another structure the camp's outskirts lemonade hock in the hebrew indicating very far away from camp far away mall cries and shouts clanging and livestock initiative me god spoke to moses verse eleven face to face as a man speaks with his friend imagine hearing the voice of god as a man speaks with his friend hello voice an intimate voice i believe some of you may be hearing that voice deep within.
"golz" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Well i just like to push back on something on a said which is that mocks is going to compete on their brilliant php code because you know i think we could all agree that they're going to have to rewrite the entire exchange but really the value in mount goch starting backup is all of the brand equity and goodwill the company has around them in the community and that's clearly going to be why they should start back up well if we're going to talk about brand equity let me clarify again why it's not mounts cox because i think the historical information is useful especially for people who have not been in the space since two thousand twelve so mt gawks is an accurate him and it stands for magic the gathering online exchange which is why mark car palaces online handle is magical tops because he was a huge fan of magic the gathering which is a card game that he played with his friends and he creates an online exchange where you could basically trade these cards ends in a nearer win there were no exchanges or exchange engines or competence order engines or competence anything he converted the magic the gathering online exchange into bitcoin exchange that's is the history and it gives you a lot of insight into why mt golz had the problems with security and performance it did ironically even a little bit worse than that andrius because it's magical touch was not the original creator of the mt gawks exchange as you said though he bought it yet judd michaela who was also one of the creators of the ripple protocol and then also went on to create the.