18 Burst results for "Hanjour"
"hanjour" Discussed on X96
"Was the advice that the owners of a nursing home gave the pope the employees who work there you got to get two days worth of use out of them masks so when you're done for the day turn it inside out when you come back and use it the next day going against number two will somebody needed to teach them nurses a left on the a man arrested for slashing the tires on the cars of twenty two different parts of nurses who are working in a New York hospital and the winner was **** candidate number one her name inside out the owner came to that number one is **** of the day for listening okay it is not qualified to be the owner of the week yes this the article about but you might make this a **** candidate bill what's that Ohio beauty salon busted for sneaking customers and to have their hair and nails done during or eating yeah I think I have it in the file is good maybe use it tomorrow I mean I'm you know I'm exhibit a here you know I'm good I'm good the great company in there well that's just how awful that looks horrible and I've no eyelashes yes you are a mess my nails not not done the Katy doesn't have her nails done no I don't know when I'll be able to do these things but I can't fathom the people are going to salons now and it's happening and I said Kerry this will probably play it tomorrow the the stuff going on down in Saint George market players right now if you'd like they have hair and nail salons open but think about what happens in the nail salon specifically how often we're talking about washing your hands and and your Hanjour Hanjour hands it may also on your hand your hands over to somebody else for an hour for lunch is a way for me but they don't they they don't come in some soap water first the worst combination of things you could be doing email by I did buy and nail kit but like you can kind of do you fake nails on your own just because my skin is taking a serious beating from my nails because they're so thin when you buy Sally Hansen hard as nails no do you have that yeah here this is we will play the whole thing but it's from ABC news prime which is I guess is that broadcasters at internet I don't know I'm not sure but it's it's called living life as normal in Utah and they interview some people poses of the news reporter down in it's outside of Saint George.
Peace laureate watches UN court hear Rohingya genocide case
"The international court of justice in the Hague is today hearing a case that accuses me I'm all of genocide of his range of minority the countries they factor leader the Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is another man's to lead the defense the case has been brought to mind the Gambia is justice minister Abubakar time of that do said own sense to cheese roll was traveling she used to be a source of inspiration I'm on the war and it is this happening to see how take a provision which you is now in defense of such such a horrible crime the crime of all crimes nonsense Jay is not expected to speak until Wednesday when she'll argue that the court has no jurisdiction and that may I am always targeting range of militants more than seven hundred thousand Muslim Hanjour fed me an MA in twenty seventeen following a military operation the U. N. concluded included systematic rape murder and
"hanjour" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Of a turn it right now I'm John King for crying out loud on inside politics Greenland declares it's not for sale that's in and that's in a that's enough reaction to another negative trump story it it just eight oh eight just gets tiring does anyone else get tired of this I'm sorry like it waffles you get tired of the negativity as as a young handsome twenty six year old man the eighth day does well in one ear and out the other from a for the most part you just don't listen you tune out pretty much it's usually the waffles is paying attention to is now the us to pay as health insurance and whatever the latest sports highlights are full and weather and weather girls go out to him again have you been go so there's nothing there's nothing to pay attention to their there's nothing to pay attention yeah the women still goes to you Dan this talk we had last time I had negotiations are pep talk okay guy I told you I am out one hell of a wing woman even though I'd be could be creepy going out of your money is laying low right now I think he's a little bit upset about the ghosting situation that was just months ago I'm fine okay then we gotta get you back on this yeah because waffles it was I get a lot of girlfriends who are a little bit older that would like to take you out to dinner while I was great I'm gonna behave no there's Hanjour right two six six sixty eight sixty eight folks Kelli o'hara filling in for V. be this Friday afternoon coming up after the break I've got a special treat excuse me senator Warren gave us a special treat everyone she has announced a policy her native American policy has the good senator from Cambridge hasn't she learned her lesson issued emotional cutter please stay tuned.
"hanjour" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Street into the path of his car suffered Hanjour head injuries went up over the, the hood of his Chevy irt gets out to help the child. At that point. The boy's father Jamal killings comes out and put a beat down on Jamie Jamie, certain gets back tries to get back into his vehicle, and at that point, he was shot and jurors right now, trying to decide if it was Deontay Baber, the guy seen in a pretty grainy security video firing into the car or it was the boys. Dad. Jamal killings, Mike Allen's on the show on seven hundred wwl, w our legal expert, of course, does nine to eleven Saturday morning, Saturday midday and of course, private practice. Former Hamill county. Prosecutor Mike first of offers and foremost, two years, since this happened, it seems like a rather lengthy delay before the start of the trial wrong about them. No. Not. Really? But I took him about six months to get Baber, apparently he was hiding out over Covington. So it took them awhile to get there. I mean to get him. Yeah. That is a little bit long, but really not that much out of the ordinary one city, rallies Justice for Jamie earner anything like that. Because, you know, the, the trial was delayed, two years, I'm surprised. But anyway. The interesting part about that is we see the video, it looks like there's a truck that's heading in the opposite direction bigger truck. And the four year old is four year olds often do had no idea that the, the traffic's dangerous and I ran out in the street, I guess, maybe after dad was walking away and the boy ran out behind the truck and dirt was coming the other way. And there's no way he could have seen the boy running because the truck blocked his view that that's what the video shows. But you really can't see who the shooter is. That's the problem. It is. And it is a cool irony that Mr. apparently was not at fault whatsoever. In striking the boy, it's just a horrible case. So many ways around because things that were not supposed to happen happen. I mean, Mr. gets out of the car, it doesn't he does the right thing instead of just driving away in a somewhat questionable neighborhood and beaten and killed for his trouble. So it's just a sad, Ghaith always around Mike gallant, if I'm driving through the hood or any area for that matter and strike, and I hit someone and I go, I drive away is that a reasonable defensive stop later a call. The police and say, look, I think I hit somebody, but didn't wanna stop because of what happened to Jamie, earn am I going to be cited for hit, and run, or is that something the prosecutor or the police will look at and go, yeah. That makes a lot of sense. Is this case a license where people to hit skip? It's a top up call on that once slow it really is. I mean this was during the daytime as I understand it. And you know it's. And I drive that area. Sometimes going up to the grog clear up. They're crazy. Well, it's not that bad. I mean it's not great. But it's not that bad. It's that's a tough call to make as a prosecutor but I don't know. I mean, I just think if a or year old little boy, run rate and you strike them. Whether it's your fault or not. I don't care where you are. You get out to help them, but, but I do understand the argument on the other side too. I just think decent people with, which obviously, Mr. get out, and see if they, here's the problem, it's not whether people are decent. It's, it's there's people out there like Baber and killings. That make me question whether or not it makes sense doing the right thing. Sometimes is the wrong thing. And that's I'm sure that Jamie curtain could if he knew it was his fate, probably would've continued, his covert givens, that do, don't get out of the car keepdriving. We'll call it. We'll call the police, right? And it's a tough call. You can argue it either way. But I think Mr. did the right thing, and he lighted, we didn't need. That's a hell of a price to pay for doing the right thing. And that's why there's a convention in this kid. I mean, it's got to be the maximum sentence, which my guess is that it will be because it's just inexcusable and it's a terrible tragedy. So many ways designer stand at the little boy is okay. That that's another cruel irony to this whole thing. And I guess, I feel for the father, not in his actions, but the scene his, his child lay there fighting for life with a head injury, which I'm sure he was unconscious time in being anger in district and taking that anger and not saying, oh my God. I maybe taught the kid better shit round traffic on my God, I should've locked them up, put them in put them in the house, or something like that. But, but instead that anger boiled over to Jamie Cureton at some I was his fall, without even finding the facts and flying, too quick to a conclusion as to what really happened. Yeah. You can't take the long to your own hands, though. The guy presumably. His car and help, I don't think it takes that much intelligence to understand that this may of the child's fault for no question. And you don't start whipping up on somebody even while I understand the man's, I guess anger. That's just not the way it works in an order side. But but to me, Mike Allen of the psychopath here. The true psychopath, seems to be Dante Baber because killings testified last week, the data the boy, testified said, I've never seen this guy, my life Baber comes out in empties a handgun into the car of Jamie, earn one of the round. Struck him in the fine. He bled out died on the way to the hospital. I believe is how Jim died because because Dante barber just simply opened fire in the sky. Yeah. Exactly. And you know, it's like you said, I haven't seen any protests down at the courthouse. Believer in supporting liquor hurt. And you know, this could have been blown out of proportion as a racial incident as so many of these situations when the when the roles if you will are reversed. So I think the Baber is just beyond contempt, and we'll see what the jury does, and then we'll see what the judge does do you think there's a racial component evidence whatsoever. Mike Allen, that you believe that there's a racial component of us, no evidence that I've seen, but I'm just going to say it's a feeling that I have. But again, no evidence of that. Mike gallons on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline this morning on seven hundred WW two of the Baber trial, the jury's out, I should say the trial, but the jury still deliberating. We'll see if we get a verdict anytime, soon the other element in this to Mike Allen. Is that what Jamal killings now? This is the dead we they believe that Dante Baber shooter. They have two witnesses against Baber, right? Yeah. They do. And not only that he was picked out of a photo lineup by Baber, and I guess, somebody a neighbor supposedly the other thing is a lot of it circles around this is video, which is grain and not really all that good. However, it, it depends on the description of this guy in a Facebook Boto from, I guess the day that Mr. died showed the abor wearing a blue and orange shirt, which is supposedly, you know what the, the shooter was wearing. So the jury, I think, has enough before them to convict him. On the other hand, you know, wouldn't surprise me all that much if they did. They got a tough job and whatever decision they make you have to respect surprised. It's taken this long to come to a verdict. Not really. Got the case Friday. I don't know if they delivered deliberated on Friday, but see people are really under a misapprehension slowly that, you know, if a verdict doesn't come out in a day or half that, you know, the jury's deadlocked and that's not always the case. I mean jurors for the most part, take their job seriously. And they're gonna look at every bit of evidence they should. And in this case that sounds like they are every bit of evidence if they have questions, you know, the judge won't answer the question if he feels appropriate so you know, they're they're not at all. I it seems just because it's probably more of the TV drama, our TV cop show, but, you know, you've got you've got video clearly, you clearly have a body, you got video. And then you have two people who were there at the scene who identified Deontay Baber is the shooter that seems pretty open and shut like you should have a verdict in about five minutes. I don't know about opening shot. I mean, I think they have something to talk about and represented by very competent defense counsel. And you know, my guess is the jury is just doing their job. I mean, the first thing they do when they get back there, they have to elect a four person that person kinda runs the deliberations, and they're probably going through it now. You know, later today, there may be verdict, but it's, it's not always like you said like it on TV and you get a verdict in twenty minutes, sometimes, and I mean, let's face it to just electing a jury foreperson because, you know, you have the popular vote and it goes the electoral college. Then then you've got the Russia's flu. You got that and there's over the Russian in the room and then, you know, you've got I don't know the issue, a hanging chads or maybe there's some sort of some sort of manipulation, I, I don't know anyway. I've never been on a jury that ever invited me. Mike, Mike Allen, this morning at seven hundred w w the Dante Baber jury out for a second. Well, I guess let's see a Friday. They got it Friday, Monday, two days, I think the more interesting case is going to be the dad Jamal killings. Yeah, it seems open and shut for Deontay Baber, and he's looking at what by the way, baby is gonna get if convicted twenty five I think it's thirty two mistake, and, and I was thinking, too with Jamal killings, and I guess it's gotta be some kind of accomplice theory or something. But the wall, the law permits that if you are present when an act like this happens in your actions were kind of predicate of the ultimate act, which, of course, is the murder of Jane Yarden. Right. You can be charged with the actual fence. Now, you know, I think that one might be a little bit tough to get by jury. But you never know. And, you know, there may be plea negotiations who knows. You know, the prosecutor may have struck a deal with a something less. Manslaughter something like that..
"hanjour" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Bob Kraft Hanjour spot crafts lawyers claim that police clearly violated the law when they secretly planted cameras inside orchids of Asia, the massage parlour Bob Kraft is getting handy officers in Boca Raton, which is a different city used secret cameras for similar massage parlor crackdowns at least twice once in two thousand seven once in two thousand fourteen and that those things they charge dozens of John's and Madame's so true makes you think how many times is this happened and what really constitutes a hand job. And how closely is someone monitoring these tapes, and how long are these cameras therefore how long somebody watching a camera pointed fucking rub and tug seat excuse me here for the front have. Have the front? Yeah. The Bax fine Bax fine lay on my back. But like the front the front special. Could you could you off in the front seeing these guys you have to watch them? Get get get a hand job. And I'm sure it's like a good angle because they need to see it. He's the face and everything. And so you see these guys at the fucking grocery store after watching them get handwrite all day at work. Could you imagine healthcare could your wants to do it for some the assignments watch meeting at the police station where they're like all right who wants to be in charge of the hand job division, like all hands. Go up all hands go up because you should be watching actually maybe doesn't sound. No jobs. They also get blow jobs. You're watching porn stars. You're watching like your neighbor. That's true. So many debts. Little get naked to give a hand fully. Well, I guess I don't know. I'd like the deluxe. Can you please also towel on? So like, how do they even know that these aren't betraying trained massage therapists is working out like an inner thigh strain, which everyone knows huge growth on your inner thigh. Yeah. Induces moans crew. State and federal pop like assist. State and mom state and federal laws present enforcement agencies from using secret cameras for investigations that are specifically linked to prostitution. So that's the shoes and begs the question was the Jupiter. Police departments warrant legal because they were also investigating the possibility of human sex trafficking with women who were brought to the US from China the sex. So, but that's that's the argument that crafts lers making crafts is really putting up a fight to beat this misdemeanor. He's just not letting go. This is no new thing in Florida though, because in Hallandale Hollywood and other cities cops even gotten naked and warm wires and used undercover techniques to plant cameras so got a sample. You know, got good. Sometimes those videos are inconclusive. Now that is a job that assignment meeting that everyone is raising their hand for how do you explain it to your wife? I'm going under cover to be the hand job guy to be the recipient of the front moves. You gotta be single. I think to get that. That's a single man. Not tonight. I busted four parlors today. Yeah. In other news. There's a rumor that Robert Kraft Hanjour videos, in fact, up for sale and this came to light after filing upon beach County Circuit Court, alleging the publisher of the blast dot com..
"hanjour" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"To the audience and plain language, if you get an Uber in the early days, or if you would taking even carry car service before that or music car service, and you're paying them one hundred twenty five dollars for an airport job. I would always get the name of the person and the person would always Hanjour their business card. So they could route around there cab company, and they would say to you. Hey, if you have another right, contact me direct, and I contact them dragging say, hey, it's one hundred twenty five from carry. What will you charge me? And they would typically say, oh, we'll charge you seventy five bucks. So we're both saving money because they were probably giving sixty percent of the cab company. Then Uber came out. What were has so many you don't route around the Ubers? And the reason you. Route around at Uber is because Uber is only taking twenty twenty five percent. So there is a point at which the rake the take from the marketplace is so great that people begrudge it and try to route around. So what is your take rate? What percentage do you take from the tutors? So right now, it's between thirty three and forty percent. And because they're high school university students relative to what they would be making. They're okay with it. But we're looking down the road where when this were really pushing through and peer tutoring really becomes a something that you can do it. It's pretty normal that we're kind of looking ahead to see when people start hopping off the platform what we do at first when you said thirty or thirty three I was like, okay. No big deal. When you said forty I started to say, perhaps I would just be generous from the beginning. It's twenty five and then apple had the same issue. Apple takes thirty percent that seems reasonable. But then for people at subscription businesses like Netflix Spotify. They're like, wait a second people. Stay with our service for ten years. You get to subscription the first year, we give you thirty percent. But we don't want to get thirty percent forever. That makes no sense and those platforms no longer. Let you subscribe to apps store. Okay. However other people like calm.
"hanjour" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"I knew it was coming. I swear to God there were trying to make that connection if this if they if the next headline was some sort of connection to orchids of Asia day spa. I'm like, oh, forget it. I give up. Oh, my God that yeah. Because you know, that that it would have been see vodka crafts got to get off. Right. He's friends with the president. And now he's bringing his concubines tomorrow law in that would have been like faster have been prostitution charges drought espionage charges brought against patriots owner, bud graph. Because they even went after the the former owner of that day spa simply because she hasn't done it in ten years simply because she was a mar-a-lago member. Yeah. And they had a picture wasn't. She was Trump like Bob crafts booth. Yeah. A football game. Listen, if you're a millionaire around here sooner or later, you wind up in mar-a-lago, it's a way it is. I mean, it just it. It's the one percenters of the world could afford to join places like that. I mean, I hope everything hauled her in the question does she goes? I have an it didn't ten years. Leave me alone. Yeah. It was. But I mean, that's that's a very small circle that he travels and by the way alone. I remember when we were doing the golf tournament at leaf which is coming up, by the way, I'll be going to Trump International soon. Adopt. Bring a what would they say as flash drive, the hours with viruses or or cell phones or cellphones? Hold on run phone, but I I will get pictures. So they lockers this time because they're all engraved with the names of the women of the women's locker. Obviously, actually if I dress appropriately probably get into the guy's room kinda shocking. The even have a win. I bet you. There was a time in place where they didn't even have women members at this place. Oh, I don't know pre Trump, obviously, I remember like because there's the first row of of and they're beautiful. They're like hand carved walnut. I mean, they're beautiful lockers. But the names like VERA Wang was while. Sure. Yeah. There's some really heavy duty people in there, and I'm like, oh, okay. And then there are other names, and then get chased out, man. Get away from there. You can't take pictures of like okay going now further than the Chinese lady yesterday chased out. Did you ever go to the kitchen seriously? Yeah. All right. As a matter of fact, they give the kitchen we have a big barbecue the sheriff since over its grill team to feed everybody. So we use the backside of the kitchen, and you know, all the ice and Trump gives us everything. He's he's very generous. And yeah, the kitchen's beautiful, but every employee ever talked to their loves the guy anybody we've met and could totally unsolicited. They've told us the stories member. Yeah. They're just nice. They just say he's as nice as can be and when he shows up at these country clubs if he finds out you've done, something good. You know, whether you've helped a member or you know, maybe he'll give you a tip. They say he'll just walk up Hanjour money really say thank you probably not now that he's president. He can't do that. But when he was just Donald Trump. He was very generous. A big dinner last night. Of course, he took some shots. Joe Biden, we'll have those later for you. But he also talked about the border because the big trips coming up Friday going to be at the border. Does this shut it down Seattle think? So I think it does just for a little bit half a day just proved that he can that could be up both sides. You know, I could see that happening. He talked about trading is very important the borders are very important, but security is what is most important to me. I have to have security. I love that I have to have security and my border. You know, what I'm using my calculator here. Now in Arizona alone last month, they said eighteen and a half thousand immigrants were allowed into the country. They say for every person that's allowed in three to four illegally crossed the border and get into the United States. So I'll take the low end. Okay. Right. Three is that means fifty five and a half thousand people last month, alone snuck across the border in Arizona. Chefs in Arizona in one month ridiculous. I mean that is a crisis. But people don't people get bogged down with numbers. This is why I thought it was smart. You had this story this morning Kirsten Nielsen homeland security secretary finally said liken it to a cat five hurricane. That's what it's like the kind of damage you can cause. I mean, that's what people understand. Well, if you've got one hundred thousand people coming across the border right now every month. Right. That's not sets the crisis. We're talking about right? Know what eventually, you know, you may say, oh, well, you know, we're a welcoming country, and we should allow these people in. Okay. Wait till you see what your federal taxes become because somebody's going to support these people. And it's you and me is you're right. So I it eventually will hit the bottom line. Maybe that's really what it'll be. They come up with one solid final number and keep it to one number and say, this is what it costs you every single year. Well, everyday say if they put it on your paycheck, gay if if this is right by the FICO thing and social security, people would free immigration tax or something. It would be an it's like five hundred dollars marching to the border tomorrow. Why can't they do that? That'd be the answer solution. But they need to simplify this message to people they do. Well, it was just like the trade war. You know, and everybody all the Democrats. He's he's messing up trade agreements that have been in place for fifty years. And who does he think he is? And then you find out in one simple case that Canada was. Charging for dairy products imported to Canada from the United States are hundred seventeen percent tax. That's ridiculous on one product. So how would how the hell would anybody from Wisconsin be able to ship any candidate in think it's gonna get sold as once people finally understand it, they'll they'll be behind the plan. You can shut it down or threaten to shut it down. I don't know. Who knows you can only hope you can only hope there's an adventure that no one trusts. Well, and I think it's because of his age. Kind of a little maybe that too. I don't know. He was he's always twenty two now. So that means he was probably like eighteen when he started. Yeah. First of all the avengers trailer a new one came out yesterday. Simply do.
"hanjour" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"That's what I'm trying to figure out. It was just that. She I saw the question. She was yes, she must have been saw her talking with complete senses. And now I realize that she must be hypnotized. Right. She's used some kind of potion we need to get to the bottom of amazing insure if candidate year like what there's some like they've been cooking up in some lab. Just waiting to release talking about how she is a social super soldier, right? That didn't Alex Jones right there. Yeah. Globalist. Oh, less. Super soldier. She's it. Jared Kushner goes what do we do? What are we going to do with that love and we'll scam scam? He's in he's too good. You got caught using. What's happened his own Email servers while it's wrong with that? I don't know. Nothing ready. Like who gives a shit? I know. But that's the sad shit. Right. Is his own son in law who's doing business with like high level business? Right. Okay. Who knows who he's telling everything, you know, you sound like Trump describing his own work. Leveled is the highest level. I'm great at deals sales are my language semi level. Some of the deals I'm putting together synergy international relations that you wouldn't compute. I think it's like one of the things I've kind of gotten lost like I mean, there's so much ridiculous. Having all the time. But like Jared Kushner has like high end security clearance for like, no reason like there's like an idiot. Yeah. It was just like wandered into the situation. And he's just like people give him money now that he has high level security clearance. Exactly, they're they're that's the other thing. Trump is making it for so much money. It's like well. Yeah. And that's why there's so many angles in right like whether it's their suspecting. The woman who started them Sasha parlor that Robert Kraft got busted that could possibly be worth Robert Kraft busted at this. Did he though? Readers wanna know, very brief encounter. And. Yeah, that she could be cut out for Chinese intelligence goes deep. Yeah. It's weird. Like it started off like that. You're like, oh this woman who's mar-a-lago. And then like hold on she's using sort of the same mechanisms that like counterintelligence people are saying she was like hanging out with Trump giving a lot of money under the guise of being a business person. And that's sort of like, how China do you fly all the way down to Florida for Hanjour? There's gotta be something else that play you're a fucking multi-billionaire. You get a high end escort a hand job. Wherever you want was honestly my first question. At work. Right. Why is he going? Oh is he flying down there? I didn't realize he flew specifically to Florida apparently to I mean, maybe not just to go there. But like do stop off yet to go to that place. Well, maybe he's trading secrets anyway, allegedly. I don't so again, Robert Kraft is a man. People are saying, but yeah. Like in the same thing with Jared Kushner, like he has vulnerabilities he has debts. They're finding ways to get influenced by you know, sidetrack like sidestepping and getting influenced by approaching Jared. So anyway that book Kushner Inc. As out I think, but there's more more excerpts that are just trying to grouping Murdoch in that Jane Mayer article about the Fox News White House. They say that Rupert Murdoch talks to Jared Kushner leg daily. Yeah. Yeah. Think of those things mentors. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Keep going. Well, my boy. Exactly, it's like the. Forget you spy. But yeah. So there's a few key things. And again, the this whole genre of book of ood, you won't guess what? I saw on the white highs right which is line of exploitative. Yeah. It is. And it really doesn't offer any new information. But it's nice to get details. Are things we ridiculous. Also, it's just wild..
"hanjour" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"You know, really working normalizing that because I wouldn't done anything for somebody to be able to relate to me. Say that doesn't make with grew up. Like, I felt a lot of my life. I felt very broken for very big portion of my life. And that's why I do and I do not only because I'm passionate about it. But I just know I love every minute of it. And that's become my my life mission. I love and I also love the way that VIN asked the question. It's like we see that. You're a mental health advocate. What happened to you? And I I say that to be a little bit funny. But it really is true. I've noticed that people in the mental health advocacy space are either people like me, I live with my polar disorder or people like you with Theresa and droming, and you know, and everything that we just learned about you VIN, of course, has persistent depressive disorder, and it's it really seems like either you or somebody that you love suffers from mental illness in order to really occupy the space. And I'm hoping that someday someday I will walk up to somebody and say, oh my God, you're mental illness advocate why. And they'll say because mental illness. A serious, and it'd be like well bit that you have it. Right. No a loved one. No mental. Illness is serious. We need to help out that will just be like a great day. A great day. It would I really look forward to that day too. Just to here. Yeah. I'm passionate about it. You know, you hear kids talk about being an astronaut geologist, you know, trades person where veterinarian or, you know, six foot tall blonde model. That's what I want to be. When I grow up still, by the way, guys like, and where is the all I'm passionate about mental illness, and I wanna stop the stigma just because I can, you know, instead of being an astronaut or whatever, you know, I look forward to that as well. So earlier you mentioned to read syndrome and how it's so misunderstood because as as you pointed out most people just think of it as the stereotypical swearing without any kind of restraint sort of thing, but it takes many other forms, can you can you share some of those with our audience? So this wearing is actually called copper lately. A- and it only. It only happens to forty seven percent of people with threats and drum threatened them is divided into a couple of different things that you have motor tics. And then you have verbal tic. And then out of those each of those they're simple. And then there's complex simple. One would be like Hanjour nipping snorting blinking your eyes. Let's macking things like that. Those are really a lot of comedy simple one. And that when we get into the complex one that can be anything from like I've had days where I am. My ticks are so bad that I feel like I need to echo sounder on on an action movie or something or some people, you know, feel the need to bark like a dog or repeat themselves saying something, and they have to say in just the right way. And just the tone of voice that when I actually know like I said from, you know, the sound effects in movies or you have to screen or things like that. So, you know, it's a lot of different uncontrollable. And sometimes I'm like, wow. I didn't know that. My would want me to do that. You know, like you just have these new chick make their ever changing. And I was younger. I did have quite a bit of verbal techs. And I was yelling never score. But in the middle of my sentences, they were my sentences. We're like a hundred different volumes. It'd be from screaming at the top of my lung like Harley mumbling had this one where I had to breathe all of my ERO, and I had your home breathing out in the point where I had nothing left in my lungs, and, but you know, as you age mature into it, you can either grow out of it or you can continue on with it. And it's really mild because it's worse than your hormone years when you're going to Huber D And all that stuff, but you know, as mature into it, you're kinda get solidified..
"hanjour" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"Right. And then I was like all right. I'm gonna just start giving different people a chance, but I was like it's sort of like, my my my my my myself is like my supplement the growth of myself esteem is never been linear. Dude, you have higher value. And so it's like it's like at this point. I kind of feel even though like I feel like sort of heartbroken a little fucked up because you know, there's just sort of there's the residents of after you go through what I kind of feel like I feel like my shits. Like, I feel good about myself. I've had a couple pay for. Yeah. Where it's like you're battling the loss and feeling upset over the loss. But then deep down in your gut. It's always like feeling like right here. You know, that this is a blessing that you've. Yeah, you've parted ways. Yeah. Definitely show like in a weird way. Like, even though like, I feel humility is so interesting because it is a way of like what it does it cuts away at your ego. Bullshit, which is like it cuts away at the false self. And you end up feeling just like it's like the end the Jerry Maguire or something like that you end up feeling like a sense of like you touch like some true wholeness. You know what I mean? Not that like like, all right. I'm okay. Like not that fucking like sing song. Breakup music type ship were you really like ground yourself and you start to like how compassion for other people. And you're like fuck like, I don't even have to posture so much like, I'm a valuable motherfucker? Yeah. You know, why? I mean, like like a false sense of confidence or south were worth is very loud and flamboyant. But that's where I Blake you were saying just no Christina's like you realize like that's something that I fall into a lot, you know, and as a performer, listen, I have my own podcast on. No disrespect is such like, just an silver as a character, which lean into that big time funny and anybody who doesn't know that I'm joking that I'm really not like, you know, popping as many client opin as I said if you don't get. That like that. Is there to entertain you into the pretty boy because it's like you can't not be like pretty and have app. So why like why not lead Lena's if people are gonna make fun of you? Anyway. People 'cause jealous this book in narcissistic, hand job was like, of course, like I'm playing the north Hanjour. But like, but the reality is is like who you're talking to right now. So that's why I was listening to sotos episode. And I was like, oh, I love these two girls like they're so good at like, you know. Yeah. I'll open up with you. I like that. I appreciate that. I figured you had a lot more layers than what I saw because I don't know you very well. So I was delighted to to dive into that what? Now sex like intense sex. What does that mean to you like, yeah? Mike Vecchione was just talking about ten sucks. Yeah. I I don't I think the biggest waste of time is bad sex. Like it almost makes me mad to me. What to me? I don't even know of what other kind of sexy besides sex. Like, what is what is? Well, listen. Maniacs. There's timid sex. There's wins one party. When you're I listen, there's women who are very comfortable with their bodies. And you like you see them and you equally want each other. Like, listen, I want someone like like. But when they're no like all, right, listen, we're gonna meet in these like these two things are going to collide. Like, it's fucking her vagina penis whole I love when when like bodies, collide. And it's like, listen, I don't even wanna flip you over. Because like I want like I don't like the ten minutes. Yeah. Can't leave your mouth, and I want like is open all is. You over. I mean can get that on Valentine's, you should write magnets, bumper stickers t shirts for level of positions like that. But there's those times like hand on the throat like, yeah. Your tits until my mouth. You're feeding me like a baby and then by one and I want like I want like my one a lot of spit and like lick don't even kiss me lick my mouth like the joker like smile at like..
"hanjour" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"A press pool. Hang out, they read it Tim on live television. And he then it's like you just gave him a platform. He is loving this shit. You just kept giving him the these this this stuff you gave him all this ammo to run with. And then you gave them a recorder. And that's where he starts to remind me of BT K because she loves the sound of his own voice. Absolutely. Does. I did not the new information that I got from this though. And I'm not sure if if we covered this I obviously that was years and years ago when we spoke about this, man. But when he cross examined the man who went into the sorority house. I and Tallahassee. Yeah. The great detail that he made him go into about how the bodies were placed on the bite marks is a calendar of it was so eerie. Well, that's the interesting. The interesting thing about that incident. Is that Ted bundy's? Trial was one of the very first televised trials in American history. And everyone across the country watched the Ted Bundy trial, and because he was charming and because he was kind of good looking. The American tea because was TV friendly, and he also dressed TV friendly like what he'd wear those fucking like Seattle SuperSonics, sweaters war. He wore a belly shirt in one of the pictures. And because he was so TV friendly America was kind of split on this guy. Like he was at Ted Bundy was like a little popular. And they're like, well, I don't know like, wow. And really like at the end of the day the science, the what is it the tooth bite sciences kind of junk science like it's not right? It's not great. It's not really that. Good science. So people were a little apprehensively like, well, maybe maybe he didn't do it. Maybe this is just bad luck. Right after that cross examination after it was obvious that he took this guy after it was obviously he took this police officer up to ask him all these questions because he made him do all these details. Made him talk about all of his over and over and over again, and then asked no follow up questions. Right. And then just sat down because it was obvious. He just wanted to hear it. But then he had manage. To flip the whole thing to be a Knicks an expression of his horrific crimes and lay them out in front of everyone and everyone gets to witness it, and he's totally in charge. She's Maka Belling, devious pieces shit. Don't you see how evil my deeds are all it is is making them harder and harder. Yup. And he really thought he was going to get away with it. I'm firmly believed that this story also had in my opinion, other than Ted Bundy who is obviously the worst character in the story, Carol and Boone that was the woman on to under oath testified that she was just driving me insane. They ended up having a child because the the Russians officers turned his way turned his back and let them have sex. I thought they snuck come out. No, no. Ron visits Hanjour, go visa, we could actually do it. They actually could Faulk. I didn't get to the very end. They actually did it. So they had a oh that dude. It was a family picture. She had a son from another relationship. But she was so you had the first so we had to escape we had mass murder so beautiful girls being killed. Now..
"hanjour" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A little bit longer according to the journal. Wow. So that razor found that made you get rid of years ago because you look it was kind of embarrassing with the hinge. It's coming back, man. Well, what's? Old is new again. But was more embarrassing to the Hanjour. The fact that I had a little side carrier on my belt for it. I think the side carry a fanny pack, right? So the space force. It may not be a reality yet. But it will be coming to a small screen near you actor Steve Carell will team up with the office creator, Greg Daniels. Again, this time for a Netflix series. That was inspired by President Trump's idea. For a space force. Steve Carell will start in the series, which is described as quotes workplace comedies centered around the people test with creating a six branch of the armed services. The space force to establish a space force as the sixth branch back in June, President Trump directly to the Pentagon to establish a six branch of the armed forces dedicated to protecting American interests in outer space, Mike Guzman, Fox News. Seven twenty five stay with us five minutes away from the top stories in Travis county Commissioner Gerald daughter. He's going to join us to talk about this massive Oak Hill project. It's big, man. We'll go through some of the highlights and get your reaction as well. Five one two eight three six zero five nine Todd and Don show. I don't know about you. But the reason I bought a home is to have a roof over my head. The most important part of your home is your roof. Thank about it. It is exposed to literally everything twenty four seven. It does not get a break. That's why you gotta have J con come out to your home every couple of years and inspect that roof. Even if you don't think you have a problem will be honest with me. I mean, if if I stand and look up at my roof. I don't know what I'm looking at. I have no idea if they're issues up there, unless it's something obvious like missing shingles that I can see or something like that or a whole other than that. If there's tiny things going on up there that are about to become big problems. I have no idea. That's why I have J con come out every. A couple of years to look at my roof. And yeah, they found a few things even missing shingles. That I didn't know were missing. And turns out they were in the backyard just there on the ground. They've blown off and windstorms put them up there avoided bigger problems in the future as a result of.
"hanjour" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Yeah he's got a little headache here's a look at your europa league semifinalists arsenal madrid marseille red bull salzburg headline writers earning their checks in europe after the controversial ending between out another it and you this dental sport from italy kippur fooled though what robbery in italian gab is that a good translation there the hanjour she was perfect there you go from spain but which part of spain matters barcelona's sport weighing in robbery of the century so we may be more neutral audience are already pfc dot com shoot on the series seriesclinching penalty have been given look at this right there fifty fifty almost fifty one percent yes forty nine percent said no sit break this down for us was this penalty controversial adult should there be a debate well i mean they can be the vite because because of course it's a soft penalty i think i think most of us probably agree that that it that it was a penalty elvis is the context of the mini in which happens of course it was bound to to cause a huge amount control vesey women spine at least i'm about to say something on every single show in apologies for going over the same grounded kind of depends we saw the divide your own as always the case for example that spoil headline the pointed out there the robbery of the century from the eighteen years into the century that sport as four is a boss liner leaning newsday like bosma meaning it's on the floor and the vaseline of aside and just as importantly it's a screaming sheltie newspaper the defines itself as much by his antimatter these mo as it does by kind of pro ball celona styled so the fact that they went for a think he's is no real surprise they'll never saw the divide the saying is surprised i think there is a small element of debate because this a slot yourself penalty because he's perhaps.
"hanjour" Discussed on AP News
"Allegations of the winter olympic games in south korea next month and both sides agreed to hold talks on reducing tensions along their border since having held their first high level talks in two years south korean president moon jae in says he's opened a meeting with kim but says the success of such a summit after weeks of twitter fighting between president trump and north korean leader kim jongun ap's thuggery madani reports trump says he's open to talks with the country that's according to a white house read out of a call the president had with his south korean counterpart in which he said he's open to talks with pyongyang quote at the appropriate time under the right circumstances the phone call came after the two koreas held their first highlevel talks in two years with both agreed to hold talks on reducing tensions south korea's president says he's open to meeting with kim jong ooh but he first what's guarantee that such a summit would be successful saga remain ghani at the white house to dog breeds one which was nearly extinct are now officially recognised by the american kennel club because of the recognition the neater landslide quaker hanjour and the ground bossa griff fond von dayan are now eligible for many dogs shows this year they still can't compete at the prestigious westminster kennel club show until next year the nader land sir quaker hanjour was trained centuries ago to help dutch hunters attract ducts than two netcovered canals the spirited alerts spaniel style dogs neared extinction during world war two before breeders brought them back the ground bossy gril fond von dayan or gb g v for short was developed to hunt rabbits the small french house are known for their speed stamina and happy nature.
"hanjour" Discussed on AP News
"Colluding wall family migration and an immigration lottery as well you want to make sure that if you fix things on daca you don't create and exacerbate the problem and have to deal with it again in a year the protections begun by president obama but cancelled by trump expire in march on more than levinson said a democratically russian meddling is now made its way through europe that has ep washington correspondent sartor madani reports president trump is now lashing out about the odd going russia probes the president's angry that california's diane feinstein released a transcript of a senate judiciary committee interview with glen simpson he cofounded fusion gps which commissioned the dossier of allegations about trump's campaign and russia on twitter the president referred to the senator as sneaky diane feinstein and says she release the testimony totally without authorisation shen as the committee's top democrat feinstein did have the ability to do it the president's repeating the russian election interference probe's a witchhunt and says republicans should finally take control saga magayani at the white house to dog breeds one which was nearly extinct are now officially recognised by the american kennel club because of the recognition the neater landslide quaker hanjour and the ground bossy griff on von dayan are now eligible for many dogs shows this year they still can't compete at the prestigious westminster kennel club show until next year the nader land sir quaker hanjour was trained centuries ago to help dutch hunters attract ducks than two netcovered canals the spirited alerts spaniel style dogs neared extinction during world war two before breeders brought them back the ground bossy griff on von day an orgy be gbi short was developed to hunt rabbits the small french house are known for their speed stamina and happy nature california search trump in russia optum aguire for the navy newsmen minute keeps continued a search areas of santa barbara county california hit by mudslides the destroyed about one hundred homes early yesterday morning seventeen people are known dead a number of.
"hanjour" Discussed on AP News
"Another setback for president trump's immigration and border security plans a piece of jackie quinn reports of federal judge in california has for now blocked the administration from ending the daca program which protects young immigrants from deportation u s district judge william alset says that lawyers representing socalled dreamers clearly demonstrated the young immigrants brought his children to the us illegally by their families were likely to suffer serious irreparable harm without the court intervening his ruling bars the government from ending the program while multiple lawsuits are being heard in multiple courts daca has protected about eight hundred thousand people the program had also been part of president trump's negotiations with lawmakers on border security aimed at averting a government shutdown i jackie quinn april four presidents they pisa donny here reports no way he says political prognosticator end president donald trump who was asked about her prospects if she runs and 2020 oprah winfrey created a lot of presidential buzz with her speech at the golden globe awards zoo is on democrats are encouraging her to run what does president trump think veto pruitt be a lot of fun i know are very well you know i did whatever last show she had donald trump just before politics for last week to dog breeds one which was nearly extinct are now officially recognised by the american kennel club because of the recognition the neater landslide quaker hanjour and the ground bossy refund vaughn dayan are now eligible for many dogs shows this year they still can't compete at the prestigious westminster kennel club show until next year the netherlands quaker hanjour was trains centuries ago to help dutch hunters attract ducks than two netcovered canals the spirited alerts spaniel style dogs neared extinction during world war two before breeders brought them back the ground bossy griff on bond dayan or gb gbi short was developed to hunt rabbits.
"hanjour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Context of some of the pact hanjour that we're talking about for reform for and then some republican lawmakers have floated the idea of reducing tax revenue by one point five trillion dollars over the next ten years in other words lowering the top tax bracket would be about a third of those total proposed cuts even though the president said as recently as last week that the wealthy team at all from the reforms i'm tracy samuelsen for marketplace it is terrible in puerto rico right now and by all accounts it's going to be terrible for a very long time become a week after her gain maria left the island flooded and completely without power as of this morning nearly three million americans on that island still don't have electricity and damage to the broader puerto rican economy is becoming more clear an economy that as we have reported has been in deep trouble for a long time array the american pharmaceutical industry is being close attention more than a quarter of all the judge we export our made in puerto rico so the companies that operate more than 50 plants and distribution centers on the island ortrun recover as marketplace's aaron schrank reports puerto rico he's been a pharma hotspot since the 1970s thanks to tax breaks for the industry nickel at lewis saint runs healthcare ready and national nonprofit that works on healthcare disaster response he says the island plays a big role in the pharmaceutical supply chain and not just as a manufacturer but also address and i am distributed for the rest of the caribbean where she says people have been through a lot this hurricane season and can't afford disruptions in their prescription drugs supply but lewis saint says shorages may not be in the cards because drug makers plan for disasters like these hurricane income every year companies are very aware of that particular hazard that they have to contend with and they have the continuity plan in place they've stockpile generator fuel developed emergency staffing plans and are quickly moving drugs that have already been made off.
"hanjour" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Next from the wtmj newsroom i'm ashley to be die news not of western waukesha county building is searched in the area of sawyer and past road in some suspicious chemicals were found today's team j for his bent jordan spoke with some nearby residents and they say france inside the police department are saying it was a monthly and this has not been confirmed by police earlier in the day the ymca nearby was evacuated more details should emerge in the morning a wet morning didn't stop determined by scoreless from taking part in the 28 mac fund track one hundred among those green bay packers legend brett fart the organisation's biggest on raising event of the year and far met up with a former football in baseball star bode jackson florida hmm sao paulo google so i'm gonna rely on for the track one hundred has been going on for two decades the ride starts in waterloo to date the race has raised fourteen million dollars for the mac fund retail numbers are strong through the first quarter of 2017 that there's more to it than that chief investment officer johnson financial group brian hanjour says overall consumer spending isn't exactly where they want to be interesting if you look at the first quarter's numbers for the consumer uh you would think that they'd be a little bit stronger than they presented themselves given the fact that unemployment is so low and wage growth has been accelerating surprising to see better and some retail sales hunters in the first quarter andrew says one of the strongest markers of the first quarter was from the building materials and gardening sector which recorded a ten percent uptick in sports the brewers also the dodgers ten to eight to finish up their series this afternoon our game they coverage starts at all thirty five.