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"hand london" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

08:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"hand london" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"On Lori Kerr pay I spoke for the people of Boston today top officials do you see that I think needed to hear the message police commissioner people really knows how much he asked as thousands participate in a rally and March for black trans lives laughter this is more than an hour and a half later president trump moving ahead with the rally Sirius reviews pretty grown up really inconsistent this morning the Supreme Court ruled that the September twenty seventh recession trump administration was to be stricken arbitrary and capricious but I am concerned about is the attitude of the president and the vice president of the United States for the president to have this ego trip that he wants to take to Tulsa to have a mass rally of people coming together because the danger in their own health talk about this far it's one of dobby standard compensation six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight I'm seeing the shock Infor VP that's our number our techs number seven zero four seven zero lighting is it rude to tell me to close just shut up no that's that's encouraged here at RKO isn't okay because she's on my last nerve at this point and I'll and I'll tell you why in and a little bit I want to Hollywood we just did an interview with a friend of mine and a V. B. still who is a very successful producer out in Hollywood and what is the what what the lock down has done to the movie and television industry but Hollywood is not the only industry that is struggling I mean actually name industry that's not at this point you know maybe the people who make PP you're doing really well but other than that we're all we're all having fun we all have issues that we have to deal with and overcome in order to stay in business not not helping the situation our state governors and local officers who have decided to expand what are supposed to be the very limited powers of their office and are treating adults is if we are bereft of common sense and we don't have the ability to think independently and a case in point for me is the one of our prime fitness in Oxford Massachusetts I don't think you can be anywhere in Massachusetts are perhaps anywhere I think I've seen it now on a few national wires to and not know what's going on out there a Massachusetts judge us specifically Worcester Superior Court judge Susan Solomon held this past week that the town of Oxford can shut down the gym specifically prime fitness because it defied the state's ordered lockdown gyms aren't supposed to reopen until June twenty ninth they believe the judge's order I have it here because I wanted to read it specifically because I found it a little obnoxious the judge's order says that Oxford can use whatever means necessary to shut down the gym including changing the locks boarding up the doors and windows and shutting off the utilities that to me seems a bit draconian do you think I am wrong about that of the owner Hey Dave Blunden who I've spoken to before very very reasonable articulate lovely man opened his gym back on may eighteenth in defiance of governor Baker's re opening schedule in Massachusetts you know gyms are not allowed to reopen until I guess their phase three which as I said before is June is June twenty ninth the town responded when he opened his jam with citations and over seven thousand dollars in fines before they went to court before he you know had to go to court to deal with that judge Sullivan wrote that Mr Blanton's refusal to comply threatens to spread the coronavirus further within the town and the Commonwealth and ruled the town can shut the gym down now I truly want you to notice one of the words that she used threatened to spread not did spread by the way it threatens to spread and I'm wondering what the board of health says actually has happened in regard to people going to that gym since may eighteenth and by the way I want to point something out to you the health club specializes in veterans who have PTSD and need a physical outlet as a way to de stress and that's one of the reasons why he opened his gym early and he was on with Jeff Kunis bell Jeff Kuhner a number of times in the corner report you know Jeff checks in with him regularly I do see how things are going but he explained his reasons and one of those visits with chaff and I wanted to play that for you here cut one twenty three another enough it's you which I don't get to on the gyms until I have clients that are suffering severely from mental health and it's it's not good at a lot of you know police officers or military anything like that that suffer severely from PTSD and this is their outlet and number two you know financially if if people wanted him to be around you know how much longer can we go you know if London says that the that he understood the initial shutdown of his business was due to the need to slow the spread of the virus but now the curve is flat and it's been flat for a while and he feels that he owes his gym members both physical and mental fitness he says this is people's choice to come here I'm not forcing anybody to walk through these doors they're making their own choice to walk through these doors and as an American it's a free country what do you think is the right is that diet I actually I'll be honestly I agree with them I want to know if if you do so if you do too what do you think should you be able to make your own informed decision about about what risks you are willing to take whether that be going to the gym whether that be going to a black lives matter protest whether that be going to a Tulsa rally don't you have the option to choose for yourself if you know what the risks are and does anybody not know what the risks are at this point for god sakes we've had you know local officials watching tell you to tell us how to wash our hands over and over again and you know we've had mask shaming we've had you know but people meet you at the door with a police officer and a thermometer I think at this point in time we all know what the risks are I just I think that we're being treated as if we have very little intelligence and no free well and don't have the ability to assess a situation for ourselves and and by the way I want to just this is a really weird thing that happens in regard to the board of health you know that our closing him down that are making his life hell they're making his the people who belong to his gym their life hell when the health inspector came to the gym to it to hand London you know I don't know if it was a fine or to inspect it the health inspector did not wear a mask he came out he did not wear a mask and he and I'm so I'm not making that up I'm blonde and took pictures of it with a video with this phone yet took a video of it and he told Jeff Kuhner about it on the Kerner report caught one twenty eight he actually told me that he doesn't have to wear a mask that Purcell doesn't have to wear a mask don't miss out on video why and why does it have to wear a mask I'm not sure he is in the in the handed me the piece of the paper to sign over with no clothes on so all the items we don't have to follow these guidelines why can't why isn't he being the health inspector of the board health of Oxford the board of health inspector didn't wear masks and masks the board of health inspector chose not to.

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"hand london" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:43 min | Last month

"hand london" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Seattle in the area known as Chaz continues that stands for Capitol Hill autonomous zone demonstrators have taken control of a five block area including a police state and those who were here manning barricades meant to keep police found use Clayton he says he won't leave until the city agrees to meet their demands those demands are a bit fluid depending on who you talk to but they include turning the police precinct here into a community center you're not tearing down walls we're tearing down the law's here we're trying to create a new move D. O. L. M. our lives matter the mayor here in Seattle is indicated she's willing to wait out the demonstrators even if it takes months in Seattle Alex stone ABC news for ten ten wins on Long Island officials say after days of peaceful protest last night police did make three arrests for disorderly conduct officials say the protesters resisted when they were told to get out of the way of traffic protests continue this afternoon in Manhattan all are peaceful no incidents reported handed London there is a five PM curfew for protests officials there say that moves to avoid clashes after dark between protesters and right wing groups wins news time three oh nine hi Lucy from Texas here with more of our time spent at home it was inevitable that our dishwasher stopped working luckily I'm a member of American home shield I went online to request service and then a qualified local contractor came out to fix the problem it didn't matter that my dishwasher was over ten years old because American home shield covers parts of up to twenty one home systems and appliances regardless of age if they can't repair your covered item.

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"hand london" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | Last month

"hand london" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The time now is one o'clock okay down as G. M. T. welcome to the news from the BBC world service I'm Alex Ritson Donald Trump says the United States will leave the World Health Organization unless they're a big changes within thirty days the Republic of China they're a China centric to put it nicer but their puppet of China meanwhile the U. S. president announces he's taking an unproven and potentially dangerous drug to ward off code nineteen I happen to be taken construction hydroxy Tara corn right now yeah when evidence the new coronavirus may cause of psychiatric problems with survivors India braces itself for the bay of Bengal's first super cyclone in two decades and coronavirus drama thou wouldst free right without ambition but without the students handed London's Globe Theatre where William Shakespeare performed his plays faces bankruptcy this is the B. B. C. BBC news hello this is Jerry Schmidt Beijing has reacted angrily after president trump threaten to pull U. S. out of the World Health Organization accusing it of mishandling the corona virus pandemic and being a puppet of China the Chinese foreign ministry said the U. S. was trying to shift the blame of its own incompetent response in a letter released on Monday Mr trump gave the W. H. O. thirty days to make what he called substantive improvements or else he would reconsider U. S. membership and make his current suspension of funding permanent log correspondent in Geneva is imagine folks will W. H. O. do you want one particular head of state months that would be unprecedented and I think the U. N. as a whole would say we can't do that we are actually a hundred ninety four member states we decide things together on a multilateral basis so I think we won't get a response from the W. H. O. today they will say we're carrying on fighting this pandemic and we will have the inquire we promised and the U. S. is perfectly welcome to participate president trump has said he's taking the antimalarial drug hydroxy current queen against the corona virus despite U. S. health authorities warning of dangerous side effects Mr trump foods tested negative said he'd been taking the drug as a preventative measure last month the food and drug administration warns hydroxy car couldn't could cause heart problems in corona virus patients there's been criticism of Mr trump's comments including on fox news a U. S. channel normally supportive of the president's its host Neil Cavuto warns the public not to follow Mr trump if you are in a risky population here and you were taking this as a preventative treatment and to ward off the virus or in a worst case scenario you're dealing with the virus and you are in this vulnerable population it will kill you I cannot stress enough this will kill you Australia has expressed deep disappointment to China's decision to impose crippling eighty percent tariffs on imported Australian barley Australia's agriculture minister is David Littleproud John is a decision to impose a tariff on our body produces.

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"hand london" Discussed on Slow Drag with Remedy

Slow Drag with Remedy

06:39 min | 3 months ago

"hand london" Discussed on Slow Drag with Remedy

"MON and a Wolf began to hal in tune I announce for all mankind a boon stand aside too big boon now on the prize. Invention here the image of yourself. Forget your cares your disapproving stares. I'm not here to try to jump your borders disaster nieces and your daughters. What a joyous collection of sounds moon. Boone baboon care stairs borders daughters. All these smooth fitting words envelope a rare introspection. That comes through with charming optimism. It's the sort of passage that is fun to linger on for moments at a time. Hoping for clarity and not caring if it comes and flat as a soul and happy as a clam but you don't know the kind of man I am little fish swimming in a jealous show that my net is overflowing and suddenly. I seem to be all seeing all knowing. I got something right here. You Might WanNa hear. I have no fear Linda. Hand London near if you rent. Money is in arrears as promised the story that started with a pun continues to rely on the pragmatics of language to create as many connections as possible within such a short span of time. The rhyme stays consistent throughout the clever grouping of soul clam and shoal together with my net is overflowing defies sentimentality. Regardless of how jubilant it is in other words it doesn't seem to grind the teeth of his ardent guilt and revenge fans of which. I count myself among. We don't seem to balk at the remarkable altruism of this verse is just another verse that's fun to Linger over will be striking up a symphony bandstand long hair and lucid tooth. They'll be pirouettes and startling handstands but who but acrobats know how to tell the truth when all is said and then redundant they gallivant and peg leg pants. I'll be your servant. You'll be my pal and I'll be faithful. You know show. There's no fool like an old photo who blames it all upon his youth when times are tough and you find your down without a starter wish upon listen flora voice in the dark bandstand handstands. To in Truth peg leg pants and servant payer wets acrobats. Who are the only ones who know how to tell the truth in this circus of big words a gentle promise to be faithful pal? When Times are tough listen for a voice in the dark it's unadulterated sweetness and joviality. And then of course the clever Motif of restating the thesis as he ties it all back to the beginning shorter follow and so it does. I was striking through a box of matches. Hoping that one would spark I heard somebody call in to me of voice in the dark. A sound both wild and gentle daring and confidential. I thought there was music playing but it was all an only talk. The voice in the dark is both wild and gentle what could possibly be more fulfilling than that when liars and bullies conspire to stamp at your spark. Fill up that empty space in your heart. Listen as the Herald says hark believe in the voice in the dark twice before the refrain is to listen for the voice in the dark in this last iteration. It's touching to hear the directive is to believe in the voice in the dark. This is told without a hint of sarcasm or at least that's how I'd like to interpret it from top to bottom from beginning to end this pieces silly likeable and buoyant. There are three hundred and sixty eight words in the span of three minutes and thirty four seconds that fit together so naturally the story that unfolds is an exercise in cheery self awareness. It's been said a million times before but it's always worth repeating one of us. Castello song would be someone else's five or six songs no matter how dark the world can be. It's still a wonderful place. As long as we have Elvis Costello songs to take a slow drag with again. This has been a slow drag with a voice in the dark from two thousand. Ten's national ransom is the very definition of charm of wits of lighthearted whimsey wrapped in clever homophones of Amish. Pay To crooners of the past son by the ultimate crooner of our time. And that's it for today's slow drag my friend. Thank you for listening. I urge you to go back and listen to episodes sixteen and seventeen of slow drag with remedy. I might recite a small prayer and the quickening art. It's a slow drag with bedlam. Another gem from national ransom as well as a supplemental episode concerning the deep history of bedlam and the notion of music as last memory.

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"hand london" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"hand london" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Did scour the internet to now found somebody's list of of of reasons why trump is a race it's in a it's it's an extensive list going all the way back to the to the seventies can we do like you know the the more recent you know stuff I mean I it when they play that old yet just grab them by the crotch little bit I I guess the somehow I'm not impressed I would say that certainly trumps claims that Barack Obama was not born in the United States could be interpreted by some as some form of racism but also this is what politicians do they find a parade they jumped out in front of it yeah I do that there are people who genuinely believe rock Obama was not born in the United States I'm not saying they're right well I will say that Barack Obama acted like an a hole as if somebody asked me mark are you were you born in the United States and I said what's that yeah I guess I was born here in the geographic political designation known as the United States specifically in Sarasota Florida well I want you to prove it now that I I get out that you know hi I sent some very sort of digital looking for certificate of all you know what bullet proof of earth certificate well the person to get that Obama released wasn't like my birth certificate and he's about my age so it should be presumably it should have a little print on it from your footer print on the from your hand London okay well whatever it it should be a sort of a half a sheet of paper typed yeah mine mine looks like that it was it was like a like some kind of standard form is said certificate a live birth at the top and yeah is it all a little feels you that they fill and make a tight end somebody signs at the bottom and that's not what Barack Obama's looking like the one that they released the one that they released the very look very much like something someone in Hawaii said yes yes this man was born here absolutely and just send out something and if somebody question if I sit that thing out and then somebody questioned it I'd say all right well here's a protest by birth certificate but I'm a black out a few things that you know that I have so many my team black at a few things that might be considered important I don't know I mean so I have my lawyer look at it and we'll release this and then at that point you think that would be sufficient I also would say that the fact that we don't currently have some the only requirements to be president United States all the only basically the the the one thing that satisfies the only requirements to be the president I'd states is a person to forget pretty much so a particular say when and where you were born and for whatever reason the founding fathers determined that one must be born on this particular plot of land to be president I'm not saying the people who were born on other ones or I'm qualified I really never found this to be very convincing the only thing that I thought to myself was why the hell wouldn't he just release this normal thing I do again ladies Newman I don't care and don't want to drag this up I just thought it's really looks like he's teasing these people and if you tease people as their as their leader your is Donald Trump Jr do got me on the record in the same sentence Barack Obama Donald Trump that they are all right that they are so the this list this thing is so extensive I could literally read the story for the rest of the show yeah absolutely could but I will I will kind of summarize and as a candidate and president trump has made many more racist comments okay on top of all that history trump has repeatedly made racist almost often explicitly so remarks on the campaign trail and as present okay trump launched his campaign in twenty fifteen by calling Mexican immigrants racist who are bringing crime and bringing drugs okay first of Mexicans not a race it's a nationality no that that it isn't and they do get into that later secondly I think that you could certainly rapists and criminals have crossed the border of the Mexico United States Mexican line sure I'm not saying that all the people come I would say the vast I would say the majority of the people is one work for a better life and are not in a rape rape rates we wanna criminals whatever right it doesn't surprise me that trump would use terminal euro exaggerate the number of rapists are criminals they have crossed the border in order to get votes because that's what right wing talkers do all the time there when you start wanting to ask them about okay what about crimes committed by illegals well we can't keep crack is criminal statistic all right what about crimes committed by Latinos well that's basically the same as the crimes committed by Americans and likely they can get nailed down so what they do they just read stories and say look Julio Jorge Rodriguez has been be stolen a car and raped the woman and done terrible things to our children to kill their children in the bottom of the right whatever that they say and they just keep doing this crap over and over again however isn't sort of what I would call explicitly racist I mean you know to say that criminals have come across from but because of the border they have as a candidate in twenty fifteen trump called for a ban on all Muslims coming the U. S. it is ministration eventually implemented significantly watered down version of that policy again Muslim is not a race is not a race yeah so is he you know racially biased well find somebody to be easy religiously biased find someone with the religion and you will find somebody who's religiously biased I mean that's just sort of the nature of religion that's true if you believe one thing you can't believe the others and the other people must be wrong when trump past at a twenty sixteen Republican debate whether one point six billion Muslims hate the US trump said I mean a lot of him I mean a lot of them just a lot of them okay a lot of one point six billion people hello a lot is a lot whether it is a small or large portion of their muscle trump is good at this dancing around thing do I believe that the racists by and large voted for trump well the races the prefer Christians in the races the prefer whites yeah yeah I do there are the racists are you there are he argued in twenty sixteen the judge Gonzalo corral was overseeing the trump university lawsuit should rescue recusant self from the case because his Mexican heritage membership it'll appeal to you know lawyers association called the true the the textbook definition racist comment Paul Ryan said that okay I don't even think that's a racist comment if your out there being judged for comments against Mexicans and you have a Mexican judge I can see how you might feel that you are not going doing to get a fair shake yeah that I I look I don't go out running around saying bad things about any particular race nationality religion or anything like that politicians I generally say bad things about politicians I think that things are judges I don't expect the judge to give me a fair shake if he ever here's my show forgot probably won't just a matter of fact once I get in the court room and I begin pointing figure fingers at him and the prosecution now they get paid by the same folks I don't expect to get a fair treatment by these people thank you bye is treatment so the ex expectation about his treatment I guess that doesn't surprise me fear from Donald Trump and again I'm not willing to call that racist now that's not because of your heritage so it's not but I'm not they they his heritage at this point what I would say is is that trump may believe that he may not get a fair shake from a Mexican judge judge of Mexican descent I think it's probably a safer way to say that because I don't know where this Gonsalo Carell came from originally you can did come from south of the border worked his way up and is willing to show it is has the ability to show that one can do such a thing one can be a hard working Mexican come here and make a better life for themselves I just don't buy the whole trump is some kind of overt racist thing I can see why you think it talk live.

"hand london" Discussed on Makem Takem

Makem Takem

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"hand london" Discussed on Makem Takem

"The. Oakham trips. I twenty five take him season two as usual. We're here to one way through the British Foschi questions of the week. Chris chris. Yes. Very getting Dade another very busy can be elections aplenty to entering the clutch of the season. Now normal costs might focus on the fight for the Taito. It's not really what we're going to do. I think is much more interested in look in a bit further down the table of the battle for the playoff places. That's why we're gonna spend most today's episode. Our first question takes us to Sheffield. And that question is have the sharks timed it perfectly. Again. I don't know what it is with these guys. But they do it every year. They do it every that little slump now they're back and that's the monumental victory as well. That's the first winning London. And they've taken away the home of the young be and home record and they put themselves right back into continue a big big win. I mean, they took that loss on on Friday night against the London lions. But they they really came back came back and forth. And okay, there was some bad decision. Making by London City. Royals questionably. I don't they can play two games in a row renting they're made for that. I think they struggle at that. And they have to know season. But chef load of being able to find a way to get used to give every time wins plays. Very well, they play very well. And I just think he's the key in keeping the Sheffield side taking old times because he's able to play in that God forward. Roll that my achy helped push to supply us. Yeah. Suddenly an oak reply to defend as well because he has the ability to push the tempos. Well, if you're struggling, and you know, you don't got momentum on the offensive end you often see it was Sheffield. They get the ball in his hands and let and just be creative. Tron, you know, try and force offensive action. Jewison fouls or get some easy shells leagues. You'll point about the roles. I agree. I don't think he's actually a physiological thing. I don't think it's fatigue that I think there's emotion those guys play with a lot of motion and the game against LeicesteR was the game that you can guarantee. Nine percent of this. I called you. It's focused on. Yeah. Again, shocks Boxing Day. You had Joe big day the day before your little bit. You know drained emotionally from old. You not really bothered. You just want to sit and do nothing that's kind of how they approach sky, and they want they won't vibrant. They weren't dictating the game. They were sitting back in that in the sharks coming for shocks like say done. What is every they saying to time it to to have a playoff from? Maybe they'd take take a little bit of a break. I dunno. I just guaranteed down the continent. Couple of Cup competitions. They've arrested either what they do. But they do it every year but Alexander's back on his well nights back on. And they just seem to be able to keep that tempo. If they're able to dictate the games win from the free for line in the final two quarters than you know, that's very detached gun into playoff possible. Because tension is titans scoring with the cloth off like they did is a real pain Fava teams, and they were able to break London down by running the bull as what is compare. Senate with getting to the room in easy schools weren't really rush in their shots. Play. Good shots were Annella hand. London gets on rushing the shop so fed into Sheffield hands of the teams go be careful of that. But this Sheffield team again, you can't you can't not that then get into this playoffs. And then from there we seen it before. God knows what happens after that. Yeah. We're gonna have a conversation about that later on. He's going to be an interesting playoffs than she looking at the shock specifically this weekend of C. So the return of mytalk how important and how big of that kind of puzzle is is talk messes because he does the little things, right? He's rebounders in. He's always been a great rebound. The oldest career. He's the team guys grew him a Muslim what very well together. You know, they go that understanding for each other. They space very well. And the other big this come in. Now, they kind of go that little bit of balance back in his show against a team with size within they struggled against Bristol on a Friday night. But said they night they came together for the and if that able to find that chemistry within that and talks able to lead this than we've seen him lead them to the finals win before say that might be another option for them. Yeah. Yeah. I think you certainly could be I think the key chef Sheffield has to be because they're pretty shallow. They have to stay healthy one injury of chop sore six players, and you can pretty much write raw that chargers. Apply. Soft for me. I think because they run pretty shallow is up slightly critical. That I stay healthy any of those guys pick up any so of Nagel now between now and the end of the season that sees miss more. Maybe a game is gonna cost wins that I need that. They're running effective. I go play the top full teams three more times. And then the playoff battles against the, you know, the sixteen filing alpha playoff spots got them. Fulltime nine mo- games against us to know more games against sorry. Has a tough running for them there on the thirteenth thirteen record at the moment. Realistically out seven games. What do you think can full winds to to to make maybe four to five more wins? I think is the benefit that play Worcester. All our chef sorry because every game now has an edge to it. And if they're gonna be than, you know, this great competitive nature going into the lost part of the season. Exactly what you need to be. You know them playoff wins, the the guys fighting for the employees physicians double wins. So every every asset going into every game every weekend is really important. They've shown they can pull five six wins together in a row. So, you know, maybe finding that chemistry again, which was lost half way through the season in changes or whatever happened. A maybe this time that they can actually put forward in pick up that five to six wall. Yeah. From Sheffield point at the they never give the fans a boring season. Let's be honest. There's always something going on a run at the Cup or light surge in the playoffs, and you know, they made playoff finals. No so long ago to Thailand. So it's another exciting season for the sharks fans. Moving on to next question. We're going to jump into a bit of a big question. This season has been unbelievably conscious talked about in every episode of contain him. So with the league so close could the playoffs being the most interesting we've ever seen in the baby of again camping because everybody is so competitive and watching gains this weekend like the Roxby in London that that's the monumental win. They they show that if you finish eighth. Hey, we can get you because we'll wanting tip my hat to the rox for is. They absolutely annihilated. The first two games. They dominated in the Cup final. And then they came back, and they did this. You know, they did this and they took over them. They found how to workout with Bristol. I like the way now with with gloves to they play a charter of the bench given them high of ventures within die as well. That seems to work it puts people in the right places at the right time. I like what I just love the way the league is now set in his stole out for an extremely competitive into the season. I just love. I see. Yeah. There's no it's going to be absolutely amazing. And you kind of feel sorry for the teams that the top because they wouldn't have had such a hard playoff last year. The before for many years as they will this year sixteen now that within three games of one another there's only four places available. The thing. That's amazing is those top ten teams and even can be any of them on the night, really Oviously the talk, you know, the top two or three the hype Senate shots of wins. But like you say, you know, the rox turning over the lions when the lines, you know, they can taste the league touch with the ride is losing. It's quite amazing to think we're in this situation. I'm what I want to do. Now is pick your brains oversee we pretty much know the top four lines. Rod is eagles royals in whatever order that ends up in. If you will the coaching staff and go team by team if you want who do they want to avoid in the playoffs because you know, they're always will start turning to the playoffs in Qin wanna finish second. Because it means I might have this team who are they going to try and trying to like if you're London neutral in void Glasgow 'cause they they they're able to own sometimes known mentioned too so much, but definitely gloves. Go because they've got the ability in the shiny ability to control Brazil bit defensively, they match up very well. If you Plymouth. If you knew costs will you stay ahead away from Plymouth writers as well. Because PJ somehow has click on them guys. He knows how to beat these guys. They shoot the ball. Very well, they're in big trouble coming into this Sheffield, if I'm chef Odin I'm looking down at this looking at London City city roles and thinking what we've one with the first thing to win on that hung hom goal if we can take this advantage, take it back to them. Maybe we have a chance that sometimes a little bit too quick Sheffield for London often down the floor. You have to give full on his defensive performance the team that I think kind of sit in this in a little bit less because the ones that they they know the below they can control these guys in some some why in that she read them into what they go to not to do. So for somebody to go through to semifinals who've out kind of any type of feeling that you know, if. The league pans out different way is less because they they connect. She just Niks with just the ability of understanding what's in front of them. Yeah. No, I agree with you. It's funny enough on my notes here. I've got similar matchups written down. I think the lines rock structurally. Right. I think the travel isn't great. I also think that might be a psychological thing with Serena now with the lions oversee when they lost the trophy final. They went out this weekend and loss to to the rocks as much as people kinda go be superstitious nonsense. It does get into a player's Brian. They do have arenas that they you know, brings back neck negative kind of memories for them. So I think that match up. So a problem. I think issue galls traveled to London. That's the only flipside of if calls go were pretty good traveling teams, then you'd be more worried, but you have a failing whatever the result is up in Gaza. The London team will be able to reverse lines would be able to reverse it eagles ride as. Yeah. Absolutely. I if it's page of just jemmy the right to seem to have star of play because issues the other one that I wanted to throw into the mix to see if there's a particular team that they might wanna face up against if I made the playoffs. Giants won't you think who would they raw the face out that top full tilt full probably new causal?

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"hand london" Discussed on Chips with Everything

Chips with Everything

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"hand london" Discussed on Chips with Everything

"Misha's speaks with experience. In fact, he is so confident about five jeez ability, the he decided to put it to the test using his ten year old daughter Noah. Because often with the telecom industry, you see that is just boxes nobody in the stands. So we just wanted to give it some soul. We did as something new what he's done before we had a five G Queant installed into guilt hall hand, London. And to guild hall is the oldest entertainment venue in the United Kingdom. I was in Berlin under the Brun book tool in our playing the piano, one of my compositions and my daughter Noah, she was singing here in London. Now people have done that before. But the novelty was that the delay the Latin see was so low that it felt she was with me. So there's a video you can see that literally at the beginning. As I start playing the song. She a calibrates to the to the pitch of the piano in I calibrate in real time to this seeing her singing speed and felt she was with me. And you know, it's twenty milliseconds from London to Berlin and back in. It's just, you know, health speed what you have if you listen to music from your computer safe. You just listen to music from your computers there. Five milliseconds. We brought this down. It's a wishes. It was so emotional. I almost cried on the night there. As well as having fun with what five G can do me. She has written extensively about how it could improve other industries like some aspects of medicine more big vision is ready to construct the next generation internet. I give it a name, and I called it the internet of skills, the ideas to virtually skills to literally have doctors help from any point in the world to any other point in the world, we have mechanics repairing 'cause from anywhere too anyway musicians before me, so it's religiously virtually skills in one of the examples, I gave his medical industry because we find that, you know, specific medical conditions, very specifically work on a very interesting project now with Colin concert. So the calling concept detection rate in rural areas is very poor. It is very poor not because they're not good doctors in the country, but because the good doctors wanna live in the capital's bright and often the patients come into the capital's when it's too late. Imagine you could virtually that skill. Imagine how best doctors could actually do a union diagnosis could do out operations interventions remotely without traveling. And we could leverage on the global skill said to help the population anywhere in the world. In the world of science and technology. We often see that wild companies advertising the newest product that we should all have right now. There are people in the background busily working on the next big thing that we don't even know we need yet. One panel at this is CBS was all about the potential of sixty. But me she thinks it's unhelpful to keep looking towards next generation or even to call them generations toll. I have been advocating that you know, it doesn't make sense to talk about these generations. And I give the example of the internet. Right. So you don't you don't hear about a conversation that we have three gene had for Gina five Jeanette. So we just have an internet. And it's been a Volvo over the years with features and all that in I think five cheese now S close to the internet as it can get you don't know is the difference. In fact, you forgot that you unfortun- five Jay as long as you. Great browsing experience. Right. So it's pot of the wider internet fabric. And I think we should start forgetting talking about the generation my hope. In fact, I published an article bad is to say there will be no six j. But people started talking about six years. So I'm not sure I'm not at Crystal Palace. I dunno. It will. Happen. But I wish it would have what you say. We don't talk about generations. We talk about features. We innovate very quickly. We don't need to wait for ten years. Let's do things really quickly quicken ommission cycles that now we are stuck with a generation system. And we should does want us all to see five G as something to be enthusiastic about is now in terms of capabilities, so strong that the Latin she gives you this really fully kind of immersive and very responsive kind of experience, you can get and what expect sites may bad. It's a public internet. It's diffuser published in it. You know, you can have these lotteries today, but you have to pay private fiber from one place to another. We ability a powerful public internet where you can do endless obligations on it. And I've shown music at shown medicine with done cars and drones, but you know, the the sky's the limit. We leave that to the very creative innovators in in the UK in the round the world too. Up with a brilliant, new ideas. As you may have gathered a public internet is public for everyone even people we may not want to have access five G does is it introduces a substantial amount of range speed and everything else. So it can allow taggers ability to download things in your environment. Much faster have much more sustained access into your environment. Much faster more on that. After this short break. Today

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"hand london" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"hand london" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The and then thursday again from nine am to three pm so they are we positioning a restraining leans for the men pass lanes so that's a drag for people that's just adds up the people another thing is that there is a job opening right now for a chicken nugget teasing expert and i feel like i could do this maggot you don't go there's no one following inference tickets danny take care of it it's it's like throw out large throw me me have you not chicken nuggets the real kind of you never tasted chick i trust chicken nuggets you can tell you i do i have an herod distrust of chicken nuggets i don't believe i think they're like one percent held in hiding it by talking about this isn't this is not a fast food chain okay what was it pays for like a whole foods types so i'm not going to tell us streamer hurried disc trustful of it then distressful of those in stable i on the other hand london okay so here on the list has just come out what are you give to a royal so at the end of every year they released the list of gifts that been given to the monarchy in england and here are some of the gifts that have been given to the queen fabio further naive first birthday present the kenyan president or who are who can i know i'm spot and pretty close to pronouncing it raining he gave her an ostrich egg which are giant huge with my say beadwork for her 90th birthday present a british astronaut who worked in the international space station gave the queen flag from his spacesuit while it was displayed let's see i think you just give like really the most random things you give somebody who has everything including houses in jewelry go back to the norman times well i mean you know what i mean i know that's what happens or cassock was back then that's like 1064 i know i know well here's some other things that they got they get a lotta dream catcher's for the kids princess georgian princess charlotte the parents get a ton of dream catcher's i got that is a wedding present ones when i.

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"hand london" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"hand london" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Not i know that there were two georgia players that got arrested last week rat right after a couple of hours after they won that that that game yesterday the smoke marijuana yeah right right right i i not at that stage you know but yeah but i guess he fafsa liedetector jeff bottle go you know they're gonna suspend him i don't i don't know what i i don't i don't even know actually but uh you know if there if they will do that or not i don't know about the georgia players either but around and you ain't but that but yeah picked up a home to go all the way up there on time up you know conglomeration uh you know i blame up only get on disability boots fan and maybe stand on uh you know an exit ramp with the big behind the says extra driver will work with food you know i can probably make some pretty decent money doing that i know bob and tom none at one time this was years ago they you know kind of all the all the people pan hand london's up they actually dressed up in old clothes the than i think bob got like sixty thousand dollars got bearable launches i we got fifty bucks a forty thousand dollars back salih might pretty good pretty good amount of money first and then there uh just day on on the side of the road mmhmm yeah and on the road by will work proposed i don't know at each up now if they starts going to be a driving their south or long you know with all these automatic snake bit is big bunch of monkey that you know i ethnic jim and things out here that's about the truce yeah mmg dave i thought i got banned kind of a blow non i am a whole bunch of a whole bunch of dropped out here on the was one on a fatal it'll pick up toward the end of the week and i know it is gonna be the next couple of weeks to get ready for the big fat guy hill you well let me ask you one thing how much no joel get down there uh well now i got real lucky i did i do that based i hope every year state where they kidnapped relation area that delivered a like thirty schools why do the school but there's no doubt that i live and so uh i we just got a dusty wad with that but you know i i.

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"hand london" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"hand london" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Will run the ball and other times of figured the play will get stopped was about a minute thirty nine to go the let it go down forty seconds so they'd be fifty nine seconds when case he punched the ball figure the broncos get it may be inside their twenty yard line with about fifty five seconds to go and a chance for simeon to come down to get it back door cover yeah and we seen some late scoring in these monday night football games recently here in the last couple of weeks that have obviously changed a lot of hands london monetarily wise beyond right now i don't wanna see it so all you were in your for a good one for you on the kansas city game a few weeks ago okay will go will take you through this third down in ten and again they could free throw it here but they don't they run it for a loss of three so the ball at the forty seven yardline kansas city will be punting right now the clock will dwindle down it'll be fifty eight seconds if they take the delay a game which they should they don't even need to call a timeout take the delay a game and that'll put him back at their own forty eight and then a nice punt there and even if you get a touch back there are now the eighty yards to go and more the now you could also see if denver gets the ball up to say the 35yardline with forty seconds they need kicked the fuel go to pull within seven points it a one score game and therefore that line would push because the tied the line seven now some people got seven and a half early with the broncos so we'll see how this plays out when we come back there's is delay a game with fifty eight seconds to go can thompson brad powers bread restituto it's a monday night we review the college we've already done that with the nfl will pick it up with some big college football games coming up and i'll get a tape from the guys on some of this stuff than us and begin a fell games as well coming up but will get you through the monday night game will give you a final gander of the rich dodging findlay toyota outoftown scoreboard lots of nba and nhl games to get you.

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"hand london" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hand london" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Despite protests france's cac index is leading european markets higher up 25 points of point four nine percent and a hand london a number you don't see that often three hundred percent that's how much the whilst chipmaker iq eat shares have risen this year the company makes three d sensors investors suspect might be a component in the new iphone that's unveiled later today and japan's nikkei soared to closing up two hundred and thirty one points or one point one eight percent after the un's adoptions of new sanctions against north korea and now more on those un sanctions which we've been covering since last week china and russia backed the measure only after ban against north korea's oil imports was removed here's the bbc's krishma bus funny the new sanctions have targeted several areas of north korea's economy textiles laborers and fuel the aim is to restrict north korea's ability to raise funds to pay for its nuclear program targeting the textile industry is a new strategy it was worth more than seven hundred million dollars last year and is north korea's second biggest export sector after coal and other minerals most of that trade went to china north korea's largest trading partner the un resolution has also targeted the ninety three thousand or so north korean labor is working overseas because they're another way for the regime to bring in cash in the form of remittances the un says these new sanctions will eventually staff the regime of five hundred million dollars in annual revenues.

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"hand london" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"hand london" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From the university of california in a few hours the natural history museum hand london will unveil the complete skele's in the largest animal on earth the giant blue whale as we move from the mammal gallery to the entrance hall expert spent three years taking it apart it's now hanging with wires that it looks like it's diving down from the ceiling as signs correspondent pileup goche reports it takes the place of a huge diplomatic us tippytoe china saw was told by visitors and inspire children but now it's to be replaced by skeleton of a twenty five meterlong royal cold hope the change is to reflect the fact that the museum now focuses more on science and conservation and presents an optimistic vision of the future as well as the lightning record of the pa first the phone half ton wale skeleton is suspended from the ceiling seemingly swimming through the space above the museums great hole and dramatically swooping down on visitors with its jaws open the changes pawn of efforts to focus more on science conservation and the future rather than the past as richard szebeni principle curator of mammals explains it terrifically important for people to be able to come cheap museums hours in the'special like this it not just about dark specimen being a wonderful spectacle each aren't you he research special many maine's an awful lot incomes as the scientific data that he hold synthetically it's something that we're we studying i'm something we're constantly extracting information from which say been off the natural history museum we also heard from however goche reminder of our main news the former brazilian president lula silver will appeal against his conviction for bribery the highest profile verdict yet in a sweeping investigation into corruption at the heart of brazil's establishment you're listening to the news from from the bbc world service the british government's will today publish longawaited velvet looks likely to become a political battleground as the country prepares for brexit the repeal bill will convert eu laws in the british legislation to ensure a smooth transition when the uk leaves the eu the government has described as a major milestone which delivers on a promise to end the supremacy of eu law in grissom political opponents disagree threatening to disrupt the passage of the.

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"hand london" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

04:11 min | 4 years ago

"hand london" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville WRFN Pasquo 103.7

"Today the said tonight eliminated national and it with a short message violent from hillary clinton who spoke from new york but it is federer hotter and given a i can't believe rangers into it biggest threat in that way ceiling two this is really your victory this is really your night hand if there are any little girls sal there was data late to watson let me just say i may be the first woman president one his next no historic knight was not without protest hundreds of bernie sanders delegates walked out of the convention soon after the senator asked the convention to suspend the rules and award the nomination to hillary clinton menu and they hear ease winners receive manning in the meantime indiana in anaheim in in the hands london in doing here are london county now playing in his name in a game and even then only seasons dr it would mean there i mean it was an amazing in leading the announcements down sonora in the ninth inning one in the meantime and now.

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