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"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

05:45 min | Last month

"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

03:17 min | Last month

"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

05:29 min | Last month

"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

01:51 min | Last month

"hul" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"hul" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"hul" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ninety. three seven. by the. they want to be the company at the. the. and we could. okay ninety three. though on the other. we are that all the bank. that the yelling. bad dragon bad that's about it like that they have a problem with it but we we didn't get it but but United ninety three calling back that night but the fact that but that would leave with that but I have brought about by by Bob. get away from everybody. I'm forty one. a bomb on board. there was a bomb on board and. all of these. ninety three. but what about twenty five. the United ninety three. ninety three. ninety three at a ninety three. in nineteen ninety three. yeah. you're right okay. the. the. by the time of the plane had crashed in that field all forty four people on board I had perished Richard let's bring you back and you heard that tragedy as well let's talk now on the theory of the architects and engineers in terms of what you think happened to the twin towers and building seven. well what we look at is the scientific forensic evidence and the eye witness testimony with respect to these towers and we were talking about before the break World Trade Center building seven the third skyscraper that collapse is still on at five twenty in the afternoon let's just look at the facts okay it drops straight down uniformly symmetrically in under seven seconds in the exact manner of the of controlled demolition like the old hotels Las Vegas hi this is after witnesses here the explosion. that it with explosions which are not a part of the official story of this buildings collapse with her the official story produced by Mister the National Institute of standards and technology seven years after the collapse of this building is when this report came out when everybody forgot about I mean those of us who knew about it right stark technician years almost everybody Austin even know about this third skyscraper so this is an extraordinary failure I mean if this came out and said all this happened by normal office fire no that no plane hit this building right off the fires of never brought down the skyscraper before nine eleven in history the ever so they should've been the most studied fill your effort and there could have been that much debris that fell on building something. well there was some this says that this is the debris is not this the damaged by the debris is not a significant factor in the buildings collapsed so okay what one was exactly the fires in these buildings according to the photos and videos yeah are scattered and few and small they're they're not engulfing the building even though some including Mr claims that they work but they're clearly just a few scattered fires miss says well these were blazing. under the third floor at the time of the collapse well this photo showed that the fires were out in the area of the northeast section where the scene initiation of collapse happened so they couldn't have been responsible for the thermal expansion of these long span beams in this building which now says push a girder off of its seat on this particular column seventy nine and then because an internal cascading collapse all the way up to the roof and then all side ways all the way across the building leaving the building hello and got it Intel we then see is overall collapse will had any of that happened we would have had massive defamation on the exterior structural steel frame breaking of granite panels by the thousands on the outside and windows also none of this is observed in the collapse of this building it's a straight down uniform collapse we've all seen it like the old hotels in Las now Richard absent building seven let's take it out of the picture for just a moment just deal with the two twin towers the fact that we saw these two plains smash into those buildings and everything else with that alone those two planes have because the two twin towers to go down well even this says no they did the planes damage some columns but it was the fires after the jet fuel a look at them and then the jet fuel burned up ninety percent according to nest outside the building the rest of it was gone in ten minutes so even this as we're talking about normal office fires in these towers no the the observations in the video so thick black smoke clouds at the time of the collapse indicating cool oxygen starved fires the flames are going out especially in the south tower which chief oriel Palmer made it to the seventy eighth floor I said we could put it out with two lines so that's his radio back to headquarters and so at the time of the collapse we we which is by the way just and an hour after the self the. hours had an hour and a half after the north tower's hit so these the the fireproofing these building is designed to last two and three hours I to keep these buildings safe and four occupants of time to get out of the lease a so we have another problem what what what what what other evidence is there besides what this has given us in their ten thousand page report full of obfuscation and and a complete them the touring some of the tasks which they were assigned with by Congress which is to explain the collapse of the building but hidden on footnote thirteen and page eighty two of their report they have their own agenda it's it's too describe the after the initiation of collapse they do not calculate or analyze the capability of the cold hard in tax structure below the point a jet plane impacts to resist the following mass above they completely stop at the initiation of collapse this is not a class report at all so we we need we need a report that actually examine what what what what can it can the upper part of the latest weakest part of the structure destroyed the rest of it well in the in two days after nine eleven Chicago northwestern this is a direct result of submits a paper just two days after nine eleven very complex another obfuscating piece of of mathematical artwork designed to confuse structural engineers he says the upper part drove the rest of the building down to the ground and then destroyed itself well the crush their own question. this remains the theoretical basis for this column failure theory and it's impossible because it did completely violates the laws of physics the third the law of conservation of momentum says there's an equal and opposite destructive force when two bodies collide there is like running a Volkswagen into electrical wins right exactly so the upper lightest part would be destroyed itself in the first few seconds of a descending collapse and in fact that's exactly what the video show contrary to what this says happen here it's destroyed in four seconds it's basically liquefied telescopes in on itself after that there's additional explosions which blow out four times in eight turn structural steel sections thousands of them as this building descends in its twelve second destruction shattering the structure from top to bottom Huling these incredibly heavy as sections at eighty miles an hour laterally out of the towers landing in every direction six hundred feet there's less energy in these things to the fire to pound cannibal a three mile so this is going on meanwhile down below you have twenty forty sixty stories down below the point of the the zone of destruction these isolated explosive injections called script in the controlled demolition industry which are blowing out at a hundred fifty to two hundred feet per second a with a solid six spelled out of the building up to sixty stories below they're very visible and all the videos and before any of this happens before the collapse even happens we have a hundred fifty six first responders orally recorded on tape which we finally have the record of thanks to the New York times who sued the city to get this these oral recording transcript at and now they're they've been in August of two thousand five they were reported let me ask you this they'll be the end and I want to get into the the demolition of this and your speculation on why you think. this was done but why a controlled demolition on these buildings if it happened when you have the two planes hitting the buildings as drama enough that was horrible all by itself why did you need to have the buildings go down to. why not just stop with the horror of the planes hitting the buildings in internal to the effect ari I didn't plan this so you know I don't know what the strategy is but the what the the evidence shows in what what these hundred fifty six witnesses explosions even before the towers collapse a set of the show is that they were pre placed explosives in this building what the scientific evidence from the dust shows is that the USGS finding molten iron microspheres the diameter of a human hair billions of them up to ten tons of this previously molten iron material the document it the EPA says it's a a signature component of the World Trade Center dust so it's not even what presented us with that has these these iron workers as well.

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"hul" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"hul" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Europe right now so george you enter into the debate did madison talk congress into launching the war in may of eighteen twelve because he knew that bonn apart was supreme on the continent and was ready to march against russia was their coordination here or was there what you'd have to say a sinister element in madison imagination of taking advantage of the europeans well madison was trying to take advantage of the situation madison don't forget have been secretary of state under uh jefferson madison had been secretary of state for eight years uh he was well acquainted with with uh how events in europe affected uh events here and uh he had known for very long time that napoleon in the summer of eighteen twelve was going to invade russia and if if if if he succeeded which is look to the whole world like it was going to uh then he would have control of the entire european continent and his next uh victim was going to be uh england and so with that kind of pressure he thought that the english would who would agree to a negotiation with him mm uh to end the practices on the high seas they that were uh causing the war it'd be a quick war because they'd have to settle right away he could threaten canada they were distracted by napoleon and and by the way we could make common cause with napoleon if they didn't give us what we wanted he assumed that the award be over by christmas well like everybody who enters into a war they think it's going to be over very quickly they think it's going to go the way they plan and it doesn't but yes he thought it would be over very quickly we have to introduce a few names here because the rascals on land are so outsized uh george spends the time profiling them uh general hul we've mentioned that was isaac town them the the hero of the constitution that's his great uncle i believe his uncle that's right if sankoh william he manages to lose detroit without trying very hard at all spheres the british and then there are a couple of other generals who were just outrageous characters one was whittington is that is concern wilkinson wilkinson was a rascal who probably took money from the spanish fighting.

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"hul" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"hul" Discussed on WTMA

"Europe right now so george you enter into the debate did madison talk congress into launching the war in may of eighteen twelve because he knew that bonn apart was supreme on the continent and was ready to march against russia was their coordination here or was there what you'd have to say a sinister element in madison's imagination of taking advantage of the europeans well marisa was trying to take advantage of the situation madison don't forget had been secretary of state under uh jefferson madison had been secretary of state for eight years uh he was well acquainted with with uh how events in europe affected uh events here and uh he had known for a very long time that napoleon in the summer of eighteen twelve was going through invade russia and it's if if if he succeeded which is look to the whole world like it was going to uh then he would have control of the entire european continent and his next victim was going to be uh england and so with that kind of pressure he thought that the english would who would agree to a negotiation with him uh to uh and the practices on the high seas that that were uh causing the war click war because they'd have to settle right away he could threaten canada they were distracted by napoleon and and by the way we could make common cause with napoleon if they didn't give us what we wanted he assumed that the the war be over by christmas well look like everybody who enters into a war they think it's going to be over very quickly they think it's going to go the way they plan and it doesn't but yes he thought it would be over very quickly we have to introduce a few names here because the rascals on land are so outsized george spends a time profiling them general hul we've mentioned that was isaac calls the the uh the hero of the constitution that's his great uncle i believe his uncle that's right it's oncle william he manages to lose detroit without trying very hard at all fits the british and then there are a couple of other generals who are just out regis characters one was whittington is that is concerned wilkinson wilkinson was our rascal who probably took money from the spanish fighting.

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"hul" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hul" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Yeah and those ships move in a twodimensional plane rather than three dementia says they should have just been picked off like flies by those admittedly very cool looking imperial walker's i mean it was it sort of hoff 20 it's definitely a call back to heart which i don't have a problem with ed it looked really cool not this getting back to the weaponization of hyperspace there was when i had a problem with him sacrificing general hul though that such a high level person would the number two person in your resistance is the person to kill is the person's going to sacrifice and there was a moment when it was the second time i saw the movie when when whole doses to princess leia she says someone needs to stay back in and pilot the ship i wanted to be a beat and both of them to look over three peo that would that would have been a joke land i look and this was a recurring theme throughout the movie is just the tossing off of theoretically major characters do you have snow cruise been built up in the first movie who gets his brief little i'm emperor palpa team at the end of return of the jet i moment accept i'm wearing might my hugh hefner gold robe guard small has an afterthought yeah he's got just totally guide ler malt and then yeah my final point is is i just the most heartbreaking thing for me of all of this is is well we know there's going to be lay in the next movie so she's gonna have to be written out i don't feel that luke really got his exit it didn't feel really good to me but the most heartbreaking thing was that the belief that han died for a purpose in a force awakens and you find out no he didn't in this movie he died for nothing he did not save kylo ren he did not help kylo ren kylo ren is just a dick and that sadden me to no end.

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"hul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"hul" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"At it that is the way that it is forced to celebrate teams 2017 good morning everybody and welcome adjacent alexis live of my talks one and live streaming all over this beautiful green planets and the pond alexis his unnamed told planet i'm jason allison alexis is currently tied to a satellite dish to new mexico awaiting signals from her home planet so joining me today ladies and gentlemen if dogma good morning jay said good morning don and why the purpose judd murdering jason good morning don good morning right it is 707 their tradition of the top of her seven o'clock hours to raise our collective glasses and cheers to you while we take care of our refreshing morning beverage cheers and good morning here's here's move mmm this is good today at once again i got an iced beverage beam i just can't do that now like bowman hits you right in the morning you know what it is i i think i'm a little thirsty um i admittedly i was in you know where i'm going with this isis at night in italy in it'd be arthurs going to laugh i got a message rabin beer through today to but excuse me i was in chicago over the weekend my little home turf i was raised in chicago landed northwestern indiana so i always feel like i'm going to my other home and i don't know i think it's fair to say i had a cocktail or two i dunno i mean yeah they're the road wearing a that's the rumors on the internet ceca that i may have had meeting free beverages over the course so unlike you the very hairy unlikeliest three over the course of two days that he remembers oh let's put it yet okay three it's just a couple there's not just a few that's all but so i'm thirsty i'm a little dehydrated we all are you should have see this in the plane yesterday hul hit was bad i hear this rumors on the internet yeah that's the rumor old we looked like cats that had just been pulled out of a river call all.

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"hul" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Amac now operates back with you in for the great sage of central larry elder and joy now once again by the attorney general of the great state of indiana kurdish hill who wrote an op ed there is so very important at this particular point in time as we talk about racial equality racial unity and wish racial discord being fomented by so many activists in the nfl and attorney general hul i wanna read just one stat and then i want you to respond to it you included this in your up air that ran in a number of different places in 2015 there were two hundred and fifty nine black people killed by police officers according to the data collected by the washington post provided by the fbi even if we were to presume that all two hundred and fifty nine police shootings were unjustified which of course is not the case that number is dwarfed by the estimated six thousand black lives senselessly taken by other blacks just in that you're alone in a country where blacks make up just thirteen percent of the population you account for more than half the murders that is staggering and nobody not a single nfl player is addressing that and that's the important point that you were trying to make attorney general he'll go ahead that is exactly the point that we're trying to make the there are there's there's a truth that has to be addressed in the entire criminal justice system bop i i continually here that our criminal justice system is broken because is proportionate number of blacks in prison and the and the indication as well because of racism because thirteen percent of the nation is as uh black and thirty five percent of our population is black therefore there is a problem at its way or the problem bob is that a disproportionate number of blacks in prison and.

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"hul" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on WWL

"The droid but as of late the lines of had his number and drew brees and if you look at it delusions creek goes back to two thousand fourteen so we played the lines as of late so it's were very relevant how the lines of had i'll number going back to two thousand fourteen winning three straight akita say surges of late has been their defense to complement their proper often as they pitch their first shutout since two thousand twelve with the dolphins think about there's the talbot only gained one hundred eighty six yards which were the fewest short two states have allowed since two thousand six sean paints for sheer sunlight go this could be a good omen i don't care it's an nfl team you give up under georgia yours this day and age that is the impressive but then you have to look at the quarterback jay cutler immedoiate jay cutler to bitter quarterback i mean he's definitely and put a money he's like his wife beat employees i mean whatever you think like you do the tv gave get paid four hundred thousand and then you you you get ten million two and a half million a month who now we're dry take that job with no matter what people say about you they can shoot a bird ayala it doesn't matter so so that's why when i look at the only gave up one hundred eighty six yards against the dollar would you have to look at who was the quarterback what is remarkable is the states have given up only thirteen or fewer points it feels great game that's the first time since two thousand ten when you consider nobody would listen you know no one would see this is very similar what ele she was down twenty two zero yesterday hul man god is going to be embarrassing don't give up the goals is was the mirror the first quarter or is that what what what's going to happen well who would've thought now again i must say that who would've thought that you give up thirteen a few appointed two straight games considering that you gave of sixty five point.

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"hul" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To start about ten p m sharp just after everybody saying god bless america isis by the way continues to claim that this man was a soldier they're taking credit for this which is not a term that they use lightly and in fact every time they use the term it's been spot on but don't look good doll doco but they are go we want to be the crazy why guy well he is a crazy why covenant denied that how did he break who trained him who else was involved i'm sure the authorities are looking all of this but let's go through the time line of this katies hand to me this really interesting time line so that ten o'clock sharp paddock smashes out to windows other 30second floor with a hammer like implement and then began opening fire fully automatic weapons they they were firing apparently armorpiercing rounds a largest caliber was a 300 eight using it ak forty seven at least one ak forty seven there have been somehow converted to be automattic which by the way hillary clinton is illegal but would hillary's out there my gosh she made a fool of herself yesterday hul are you talk about trump's tweets which sound foolish sometimes she may just an asan the trump c trump trump's comments could be outlandish and 'cause we reaction right but they're they're never they're never ignore it they're not ignorant hitting poorly timed his he yeah he trump's timing is always to to jump the media his content though perhaps offensive and his content i'll be at reactionary i don't remember him actually just saying something that's so far off base but hillary was just way off pace yesterday what she's talking about breed the tweet i ladders this is so dumb the crowd fled at the sound of gunshots imagined the deaths if the shooter had used a silencer which the nra wants to to make easier to get seat and we've had we've heard from other people are online talk with us a silencer first of all silencers art silent second of all um a silencer on that type of firearm a silencer wouldn't work on a fully automatic machine gun i've read one particular experts saying it would it would first of all would work second of all if it if a if a.

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"hul" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on WCHS

"Million people mayor bill de blasio hit is a the on data have million people but i can't tell you how i honored i am to lead it you appreciate this was the mayor i always tell people it's like mountainclimbing that you know that they don't look down hiking get overwhelming it higher to stay on a vision and move forward you know the danny jones show on five eighty live brought you in part by both injured general hul suits shepherd mortuary weekday mornings at nine on 965 and 580 wchs haven't talked about it at the at the estate tax that the death tax and this completely repeal the death tax uh but yeah they mentioned before that might be a negotiated quake on so where you know we always say when a repeal it but actually we're going to raise the um the the minimum to ten million at that five million dollars right now to get to pay the state taxation and there's a lot of uh a lot of mechanics were in here we are here you've corset of the usual a blablabla it's all for the rich the nod for the the middle class in this country uh in addition we are hearing of some concerns as you expressed about that that corporate tax rate in the small business tax rate if they are enough if you will to jumpstart the economy of so those to be the criticisms from the left after the right i did see one from the people at public citizen who i went through a pointbypoint how they say that the regardless of that last a bit of sound from president trump the they claim that this actually this bill would would save him personally a ton of money based on just the the partial tax returns that we uh we have from the president with all of a sudden done you think the tugs from the left or the right will be more important in the direction of which this general outline is finally pushed for i think it fifty two cubs from the.

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"hul" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Spend up a tight fairly quickly and then we started doing research with general hul jim uh and colonel scott mcchrystal who is the brother of democrats though the general narrow that was art assertive years ago and they became a he became a military liaison horse there are we searched the empirical research we're able to discover the twelve major issues that most modern warriors and veterans deal with them their families and that's what we built a website off you know that makes the awful lot of sense because certainly two and a half three years ago our military was under incredible pressure from the politicians in the pentagon nobody could ever mentioned in christian little by heavy in an online approach that filled a huge gap gooden it really did and we were hoping honestly uh that we would reach maybe five hundred two thousand people you know a month with our goal we didn't really know quite sure how that with turnout the since our launch last october or a gin factional jerry boy can with with a gala who also served on our word uh he helped kick that off and within just a month after that kickoff we are now averaging eight thousand connections per month eight eight thousand unique visitors per month that it's just been phenomenal will i believe you because the need is there an though the bias built into the pentagon uh we don't use it for any time discussing the but that certainly made any kind of outreach very very difficult uh i know general vojkan he's been a guest on the show and i've been on the national board of the officers christian fellowship which also endorses you then do the telephones they they do the facetoface outreach but there there was this huge void and you guys saw the need met at and what's been so exciting is i feel like we've been able to fill a gap their 3point eight billion click on the internet every day and of course a bit portion i've not all our military members and their families that hung level on the internet or or use it whether it's facebook social media or using searches and so equal issues things like ideally you know fear family broken this moral injury he yahya she peak the of course those are some of the.

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"hul" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on WCHS

"You committed crime you go to jail but there's no reason we should ever deported combat veteran he added what's he gonna do doing korea speak korean todd ant abc news it could take weeks maybe even a month to clean up after a huge sinkhole formed in lando lakes florida looked down and and you see a puddle and a like a lake type of thing and it's like okay you know dawns on you this this this is not good this is a this is a sink kohl he lives in the neighborhood to homes were swallowed up by that sinkhole and nine neighboring homes were evacuated will you can get wasted away again in margarita vellore you could at least enjoy a picture of margaritas singer jimmy buffets childhood home in alabama has backed off a ban in sale of pitchers the drinking made famous a mexican restaurant stopped selling them on orders from the state our colleague beverage commission which determined only beer can be sold by the pitcher this is abc news you mornings first news good morning america we want to get right to that breaking news for just the headlines always digging deeper reporting the facts deserve the exclusive use breaking interviews everyone's talking about robin george michael holley hey rebel serving of what you need and what you want i think every morning that's why gma he's america's number one morning show for the morning plenty of that and we think you daria albinger abc news lieutenant steve couvert will you got going on oh god caroline wanted up abc news the danny jones show on five eighty live brought you in part by bull injured general hul shepherd mortuary weekday mornings at nine on 965 and 580 wchs charleston starts its day informed with the morning news is devastated by the death of thirty four yearold joe williams the lisa rattled with spoke directly to his killer her uncle keith jones incan off county circuit court just kill him me that night as well you name on the main or rounding ever the morning news weekday mornings starting at five on 965 fm 580.

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"hul" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Traffic is dreadful and this was the issue of pollution in these most cycles but in weird way it just kind of work doesn't it it moves like a shola fish people get with it he to go very quickly it's true did does work i earn you could say that vietnam used to have socialist traffic if you because measure we could afford a bicycle newman families who get together to make it affordable by and pretty much everybody every family unit had access to a much upon but now what you're seeing is count of the traffic of inequality you're getting some people who got cars and they're the ones that take up the space in our novotna motorcycle riders getting punished universal make but should be made way for the counter offers cern summarises the end of socialist traffic in vietnam sitting hear that the state is basically gonna say a people who can afford a car you have more rights to use the vote and the people who can't afford use a car is a sign of suppose about how vietnam vietnamese changing becoming unit despite it being run by communist communist parties becoming more capitalistic in the way that it runs itself phil hated this is the news room from the bbc world service with me luke john sms westernbacked forces on the verge of driving out the islamic state group from iraq's second largest city mozell but what comes next what are the plans for peace after the fighting his finished many aflling to the semi autonomous region of iraqi kurdistan it's now got almost two million refugees the the bbc's hugh sykes reports from a bill the capital of iraqi kurdistan liberal government rather desperately hopes of most refugees will go home soon suspect that they won't for two reasons of fear bloodbath of revenge killings in muscle of alleged isis collaborators and because the bug government doesn't appear to have adequately prepared for what happens next at the discussing oldest with general hul joe is mile spokesman for the peshmerga the iraqi kurdistan army the forces doing well that unfortunately still that is a big number of the.

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"hul" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"hul" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"General hul devil on devil on highway nine i get a chance to buy it so i can't confirm if this is the actual recording or if that's live i think britain pulled the live vaughn who pulled it i i just i'm using bonds recording them police reported off vitamins does super legit well anyway yeah we went through mm i didn't hear anything from anyone where i went all that's amazing meet the fires dong was that the only there was just like one english song the rest was the in senate you know a secure future is okay i wasn't liatti yeah oh no good no yachties enable we've here in la yeah yeah though yachties robo by the way just in case anyone very but where the number one in the number one song is accurate these are these are the records for but these are the ones that were released a week ago friday we get takes a we can have to get the charts so me goes culture sold thirty thousand copy that momentum lease none of them were the the epic f compilation thirty five thousand copies of that for number nine he's just a bunch of different the guardian's the galaxy volume two awesome mix by two thousand more than thirty five thousand mm exactly the same theme here i'm not saying i don't like it but it does seem like really and the reason i lay the does pay alaska the between the question is iran and the song randy she's like i'm still in oregon but that together the brandy really in guy i didn't thank you for wake me up to that it's number ssab in on the top ten albums in the country at this moment is bruno mars twenty four karat mad three yes yeah thirty nine thousand copies of that adherence divides build another forty three thousand copies angel in this mom jio as you singh.

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