5 Burst results for "Guinea Problem"

"guinea problem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:03 min | 5 months ago

"guinea problem" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Criminal complaint. In many messages, Pats threatened to enter the athletes home. And behead them or their family members. Oh my gosh. He had then be had them. That's why it made, you know, made the eyes open for the FBI. Then, of course, this guy is such a gym. He threw in some derogatory terms and racial slurs when the Tampa Bay Rays lost a home baseball game in July, 2019 To the Chicago White Sox on account linked to Pat's later sent threatening instagram messages to four players on the race and one for the White Sox. According to authority. None of the players have been identified. But quote unquote, your family will be beheaded. Your family will said one of the messages. He resides in New York and California. This Pat's Guy on goes by parlay Pats and apparently had been bragging online that he won a million dollars right before he got arrested by wagering on sporting events, So I don't know if he's a 24 year old betting genius who went mad or whatever. Just say if he did that beheading your friends your family longer than five years would be in my book, okay? After losing $10,000. This is Pats again by betting on the Los Angeles Rams to win the 2019 Super Bowl. Pats sent messages to two players on the Games winning team member that was New Against Patriots? Yes, claiming he would rape and murder their families. My gosh! What a nut. Apparently he sprinkled this love on the Internet Internet to be members of the Atlanta Braves, the Padres athletics Indians, Orioles Royals, He's an equal opportunity abuser there. That guy One of Pat's is accounts also threatened a player for the Swedish women soccer team after they beat Germany in the World Cup quarterfinal in 2019. Good Lord. So he was, he was obviously a dejan to the EMP degree region and deranged Threatening to rape, murder and behead and behead. Athletes and their family. People get mad when they lose a bet, but everybody take it to that limit their five years is that enough for all that? You don't think that's enough. He got probably needs to spend some time ago. You know, Guineas. Problem's settled getting problem. Get it. Get it. Get his chickens, right? And then probably go to jail for a while. You take care of your chicken here, your chickens and you get your mental is right. Get your medals, right. Take. Okay. Get that. All right. Shit. Thank you Hear this. All right. The story I was gonna tell you about After tweaking the overtime rule multiple time. What do you do? Do it After tweaking it the multi overtime rules over the past 10 years the NFL might soon be making another change. The rule book, except this time around the rule change with potentially revolutionized how overtime games you played. Baltimore Ravens have proposed a rule that is based around a spot and choose concept. Okay. You with me, child choose under this rule, which would add some serious spiced overtime. One team would choose the yard line where the overtime drive starts. And the other team would choose whether they want to play offense or defense Still with me, no. Okay, cowboys hang taking it out. Travel If you play the Ravens Cowboys get cowboys say Okay, we're gonna set the coin toss. All the time. There's a coin toss. Yeah, and I'm the Ravens. I won the coin toss. And now you can say you can announce what yard line you wanted this over time to be started on. And I have options. Yeah, Yeah. You know what yard line don't feel where you wanted to start. It won't start the 50. Okay, we start the 50. And then the team the Cowboys could say, OK, we want to play defense. First we don't want to play office. Whoever wins the coin toss gets what if I say the one yard line, for instance? Could I say the one yard line we tell you, for instance of team A and Team B. We're playing in overtime and team A won the coin toss would pick it would pick any spot on the field where the first drive of overtime would start. If it picks a 10 yard line 90 yards away from the end zone than Team B would get to choose whether it wanted to play offense. Your defense, okay. The overtime in this proposal would be a 10 minute, Sudden death period, which means the first team to score would win the game. If no. One score. The game ends in a tie if Team B starts with a ball on its own 10 yard line. And probably goes free and out. The most likely, which set up teammate with solid field position in teammate would need a field goal to win. So if you said 10 yard line, and the other team picks that I'll take defense, they go three. And then you can just kick it exactly to win it. That's Exactly added spice and your overtimes there, Clark saying they're saying that it probably won't be ruled in because that puts too much pressure is because in this case, it would be the say Kansas City played played Dallas and they go to overtime here would come Andy Reid and Mike McCarthy meeting. At midfield, flip the coin and say Mike McCarthy. He's goofy. We all know he's goofy likes weak punch he likes to do, Guv. You thinks he's the IV likely see. Okay, well, we'll put the ball on the 10 yard line. Then Andy Reid. It's okay. We want the ball. You know that kind of stuff. It puts a lot of pressure on the coach, and they're saying too much pressure on the coach to make that decision on open them up to to ridicule. We talked yesterday about the XFL in the Canadian Football League reaching out and Trying to see if there's any opportunity for me to work or do something together in the future. To me, that seems a little Ex CFL. Okay. To me, it's going to attract the younger viewer. It's going to track people who want Maura of the old. They don't They don't want the original. NFL. The old stodgy, Okay, you go out there flip the coin. We get the ball and what's figure outsiders out of overtimes. It was 28 wins. 20 losses. Some of the team. I got the ball first, because historically, the team that usually gets a ball first is gonna win the games. So this would be infusing some a little bit of fun. 51283605 900 If you understood what edges say or if you know what time train B will arrive in wax a catchy Yes, because it's traveling at 85 Miles an hour. Call us on that new overtime. The thoughts. It's easy. It's easy. It's easing kind of goofy, but it's easy. It's just 10 minutes 10 minutes at the end of 10 minutes. 10 minutes. Nobody scores. It's time. See to me the tie is the worst. Yeah. Yeah. Ties Your bad as we saw as it screwed us on the day pick him contest with your boy J. This year. It got us on the deal's Hey, I'm for anything to make in the NFL a litte more a lot more fun. Get to fund Lee. They're working on coed, not entertainment leaders. No, no, no, no. Include me out of that coed entertainment leaders..

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"guinea problem" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:08 min | 11 months ago

"guinea problem" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Basically, you know you have all these people dying around the world. and They are a them those fast because it was their policy that was put out and you know this year, you know every year that's nine, trillion, nine, nine, million people that are dying of starvation in the United States right now almost ten percent though people are using that. It's it's just an atrocity Ernie. I've been saying this is a food thing. This is going to be a food thing I food food food. Guy Get children I go. What are you? GonNa do that silver? You're. Not GonNa eat it. Absolutely. Correct. You need to have food and then when you got all the food thing and then then you start putting in a retain value in silver and lead and guns and stuff you know. But I, off do. Human beings enforced. Put survived. So it's just a natural natural thing that has you know very. Terrible need we need me to have if if you don't have it, you know it's we're getting. Lost and work though you know after a while after being Guinea problem die of starvation personal fun stuff. So I it's not a great way to go out but you know when when it to the this whole? System all the what could be what people are looking at the prices could be right now you know you're looking at probably more central bank intervention they're gonNA, just keep on buying I I. Run an article back in years ago called the Federal Reserve role on everything then nothing. And basically was based upon the Bank of Japan on what they've been doing back. Japan is holding eighty six percent of all the ATS have been bought out by the Central Bank. Stocks Doing Real Estate Gary ETF. To China market or the on the New York Stock Exchange in. Nano in in Japan. Okay. Like in the Japanese yen markets. So they they own that which is ridiculous and then they own about eighty percent or ninety percent of all the government bonds. Okay. Now, wait a minute people understand what an ETF is. Electric Trading Fund or something whatever it is trying to turn how you turn gold into paper. They'll go this I want to investing goal. Okay. We'll go buy gold. No No, no. No, we got this fund here. That's based on the value of when somebody actually gets gold and turned it into paper traded bla-bla-bla I'm going. At something. Yeah. Some of them have underlying. Nothing at all right but it's just a big products. It's just an extension of the the whole Central Pantano you turn golden the paper that's what it is. The digital digital. Oldest, turn to printing Of course, you know we're in for some. There's trouble over time and like if you look at, let's just take on but it's interesting though with Bitcoin lately, I've been getting the bitcoin maximalist of coal left Max Kaiser and Tone Base I. Him On everybody but it's interesting how they haven't talked too much about bitcoin lately because they couldn't lost. It's the lesser. Tom Feel like this is six percent domination right now among other cryptocurrencies. Yeah. No, it took. This is the thing that I talked to these guys about and I keep going to go the next time. There's a big giant crypto run and I need my bitcoin and I got to pay sixty dollars a transaction again, and you're not even processed I go and you're done it's over and that's what they want. That's. Cold now don't worry. The third party is now like the back. Does oh I feel so much better. Now you know I'm going no that's why I got some other favorite cryptos and bitcoin cash and bitcoin cash goes down because it's made to be traded a fast and rapid and Susan has problems, which is what they're trying to prevent. is to be used as currency quickly and I go suze problems they're done, and then currency cryptos may be bald done. But if they get to where when this next crash comes and bitcoin cash is able to transact ooh I wish I want to have as much as I can get. Along with my silver, the promise silver is. Chevy man you know you gotta be home at around get gold you're probably better off but but I think silver one that's GONNA. Go go go go go. Yeah that's enforcing. That's what it is. Because dylber on thoughtful of you know being. Severely undervalued that always like if you look at what's called the gold silver ratio, you know how much how much answers of silver can I buy one on the goals you know now you're looking at like seventy eighty is the official number. But of course, if he go to the the dealers, you'd probably be more like closer to the seventy or solar even lower in the amount of announces one gold could buy of silver but that radio norcal one that's been fifteen over time, and they make sense because. But now a lot of people are saying because the lack of pilgrims I if. You're looking at you know the ratio could drop down to one to one. Point to even that's what you know experts are talking about. That knows about L. Drilling, things and mining. Eric but. Check this out. Your go to Robertson. Roberts right now silvers at twenty, six, fifty, nine. So say twenty six and a half dollars to buy A. Ounce of silver cost What's it at now? Flight thirty three something? Yeah. Thirty four, twenty five. So what does that four choose to have a lot more? So I don't know seven. It called backwardation I. Think it's the academics are for for it. I where it Cost more..

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"guinea problem" Discussed on Latinos Who Tech

Latinos Who Tech

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"guinea problem" Discussed on Latinos Who Tech

"Engineer. But I'm still just getting started on being a woman. Ceo I'm still getting started on you know Having a relationship right or I give advice for what I know. So far but I've only been with my fiance for four years versus someone who's done it for twenty five years you know so acknowledging that you know to have different people that you tap into for different reasons There's even people know where I'll have three or four mentors for the same thing but the house foreign different perspectives of people that you say that I respect their opinion but I know that they're giving different suggestions. Helps me get a better gauge? Rather than Oh you know. Susan's that I need to do this. And this is what I should do. And it's like well Susan said a little bit of this and Hector's at a little bit of this and he said I had suggested altogether a totally different suggestion. So kind of having that collectiveness you know. It takes a village. And that's why even know psychologists say it's important if you have two parents you know because they bring different perspectives to different humans. Raising one individual So you the Madigan tapping into different resources. Different mindsets Different people of experiences to help it give that advice or to help support. You need the and I think Again if we actually. I commend you for taking an hour a day for personal development. That that's awesome. I think that investing that timeline books on podcast and listening to Konkan like this a think of people like Rian and people that come to the show as your mentors and again the beauty of podcasts thing is the eve you're an introvert or maybe you're shy of reaching out to people like you is that Hey you don't want me to deal with that because I'm the one that brings people in so you don't think of me almost like a proxy for you like I as questions for you It and again. Is there anything else I forgot to ask you? That you wanted to mention anything else in your mind about being an ally how can be better allies for women in some? Yeah I think use made a great point of again like introvert or if you don't know what type of questions to ask Again obviously thank you for having me but this is exactly the type of things in these type of conversations that I feel are really necessary of why even created my own personal brands So almost like micro blogging on instagram. You know with the picture and just kind of what's going on what I'm facing like you said my own kind of conversations that I'm having with friends families my own personal mentors In so even just creating the people engineer. Podcast having a personal website Again having his youtube and facebook just kind of post it was it was just acknowledging that a lot of people started sharing nine of these SICOM Kind of conversations their expectation on started kind of seeing this women stem Hashtag grow and creating that online community and so again a lot of people that had questions. They'll ashamed or they weren't afraid of asking the wrong things I really to me and you and I know right like in the DMZ. I'd get blown up all the time and I'm by no means INSTA- famous and it's not you know what I'm showing. I'm shooting for Cycle of space to have these conversations. I'll never be once he condemn. Anyone say like how dare you asked that I just want people to feel safe To ask those questions for me personally. I'm really passionate about the life career and growth. Because I feel like a whole person you know. No one really gives us a hamburger life right how to be an adult to be successful how to make decisions how to even deal with our emotions In so kind of again being that whole person is very important and obviously love what you're doing with the gas and all the great you interviewed so again I just think it's having that story of again being allies simply supporting one another Again if you have insecurities or you have your own projections like really just dealing with what you're doing first and foremost obviously you and I both are here for those conversations for that type of community But again I just feel like. It's something that we shouldn't be afraid of I know that there's very such colour I WANNA say opposites oppositions happening in our world today and To my point again if you're coming from a place of good hearted intention you make your Wants and needs known of. Hey I want to learn more I don't think that there's anything wrong with that but again like you're you're mentioning earlier. Just be very conscious of how when and why you're asking on people obviously are wanting to come from a good place you Wanna learn and support each other But again just just be conscious of what you're doing how you're doing it And again just come from a place of love writing if you are very kind Coming from a place of of love and and wanting to be understood as well as understanding others. Don't really think there's any place you could go wrong you know. Maybe you could say something wrong or ask something different on a different way But again if you come from a place of I want to understand. I want to be better. No we're all growing we're all we've all made mistakes. So that kind of place of vulnerability and authenticity goes a long way awesome. A now we know where you are get people in Guinea Problem. So yeah we linked to your show day on the show notes or just check it out. Website all the thing. We'll do good stuff I know that you're putting out some great content out there so I definitely want people to find out more about it than who you are and what you do. The things. Thank likewise a very much appreciated. This effort has been wonderful to follow in participate in so I really appreciate all the great things. You're doing my pleasure. Thanks for coming to the show. Absolutely thank.

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"guinea problem" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"guinea problem" Discussed on WJR 760

"Call it's gonna commerce township mike you're on the frank beckmann show a frank uh i consider rochon riley one of the privilege blacks because she's able to call me or racist and and uh and and uh whatever she terms as far as being slavery what what's the amount of taxes that i feel are being wasted by the government i feel as though i'm the one in slave by the government i feel like i'm in slavery but i shall also also promotes she's a professional promoter of perpetual picked imitation and in die and it's getting very tiresome the use of slavery and racism in everything that we do of being politicised around the terms are race i i win was were shola rally at she i think she needs to to uh she actually alienates more people than she actually tries to uh promoter caused see solution suggested that's all a if he if you wanna say they're slavery out there okay give me the example xiaomi exactly where it is don't tell me there's an overpopulation in our jails of african americans because i'm gonna tell you there is an overrepresentation of african americans who are convicted of committing crimes and and it's not made up by prosecutors okay so uh you know they're they're they're answers to give me solutions guinea problems real problems real solutions and we'll get to the will jump all over him and talk about him on the air and promote them and uh and do all that am i appreciate the call thank you gotta run into clark is sitting by an she's got our food gave full traffic stories first on the five traffic first sponsored by oxford.

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"guinea problem" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:42 min | 4 years ago

"guinea problem" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The trade generally bear no relationship to a person's ability to contribute to society three is the trait gay black woman is the trait often singled out to reinforce prejudice against the group or cable the group as inferior good stuff number four is the group politically powerless by its numbers in the population or by underrepresentation in government or by its inability to influence the legislative agenda in other words is it too weak to fight back that's the fourth one fi is the trait shared by the group a distinct trait right is the trade shared by the group a distinct a distinct trade and one over which its members have no control an immutable or unalterable characteristic or a trait that is central to personal identity d r that that series of questions tells you whether you should apply strict scrutiny to a law let's say this a law that says blacks camp mary whites so the supreme court's is okay this is the law in virginia says blacks kim mary whites all right the discriminate against blacks and not discriminate against whites this gurney as blacks has the group black singled out suffered from a history discrimination i think we know the answer to does the trade generally bear no relationship to a person's ability contribute society why is getting married have to depend on your skin color what's the relationship not too is out three is the trait often singled out to reinforce prejudice against the group or label a group is inferior do we have any of that with black people in america singling them out as inferior prejudice group labeling guinea problem with that high number four is the group politically powerless by its numbers in the population by under representation a government or by its inability to influence a legislative agenda and number five is the trait shared by a group a distinct trade like being black and one of which is members have no control and immutable or unalterable characteristic or trait central personal identity when those five questions are asked in the context of laws directed against black people or women or ghaith what were low looking for is a suspect classification as they they note in this blog post said i'll i'll post up there what they're saying is is that if we classify based on age right hey you're an eightyearold no whisky for you you can't buy bouzet eight years of age that is not a suspect classification we don't have a history of discrimination against eightyearolds the trait be eight years old does in fact have a relationship.

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