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Man Allegedly Steals Soap, Hits Employee At Bronx Market, Then Sprays Produce With Unknown Substance

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00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Man Allegedly Steals Soap, Hits Employee At Bronx Market, Then Sprays Produce With Unknown Substance

"You know how they say criminals returned to the scene of a crime police are telling the story of one such criminal in the Bronx and they're still still looking looking for for him him they they say say the the man man tried tried to to steal steal some some soap soap and and detergent detergent from from a a supermarket supermarket and and Hans Hans point point earlier earlier this this month month and and was was confronted confronted by by the the manager manager the the would be robber became violent and pulled out a knife he ultimately flat body came back knocked over several boxes of produce and spray the food with an unknown liquid workers workers say say say this this this man man man had had had many many many confrontations confrontations confrontations with with with employees employees employees in in in the the the past past past anyone anyone anyone with with with information information information is is is asked asked asked to to to call call call crime crime crime stoppers stoppers stoppers at at at eight eight eight hundred hundred hundred five seven seven tips

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"hans hans" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"hans hans" Discussed on WRVA

"Yes. Ma'am. I am. Contact I'm family. And I use a caption phone to help me communicate. What does it? What does that what does that look like not? Well, what does it look like? Well the couple of different ones. I have like a landline phone in my house that had that screen on the catch on the line. Here's one and then for my cell phone. By the way, do you, do you speak or sign American sign language? Little little actually do some, okay? Okay. I let me give you test right now. Okay. Because I speak, ASL America sign language, what am I saying? Well, I can't see you. Dammit. I thought I'd get you. All right. So you have a phone that effectively the across the screen goes what I'm saying? Correct. Go ahead. It's serious. Voice recognition. Right now. Peter piper picked up. Come off. Pickled pepper on the screen at read, what I said. Yeah, exactly. But close enough that I can figure it out. Okay. She sold seashells. But she short, okay. So what what's your question? So the, the company that does my phone and internet and TV. I've had some problems with them. They never said that the hundred dollars debit card their promotion. The battery backed up that supposed to be the phone connected to Mike. I have here. Fine now not working different things. So at first, I tried to contact them to, you know, I'm just like comfortable, communicating and writing. Chat. They try something and they said that they had. Department. All right. So. Dramatic. All right. So they breached. The, the clauses effectively, they breached the agreement. Now, were you was this was this in writing they were going to do all of this? All right. And you have that in writing, and they're just preaching that promotion. All right. So you have a breach. You're dealing with a phone company or a company that manufactures this stuff. I'm assuming now, are you dealing with the utility company is or just a manufacture the equipment itself? It. Just my regular phone TV internet service. Okay. Okay. So you totally, you know there it looks like they're violating the is the AD as my guests. And I don't know if that's the case or not. But there are organsations out there that obviously help people who have disabilities and your inability to here is pretty good disability. And I would get one of those to jump in on it, because they're these phone companies these internet provider, are going to listen to these folks have a lot more power than you do. And all you do a little research and just fine nonprofit groups that help there may be lawyers. I've no idea that maybe pro- a pro Bono lawyers that help people in your position, I don't want you to do this by yourself. But what makes it even worse it after they ended up to help me over over chattered better than when I called him with my capture bone. I told them. Definitely captured phones. They hung up. Okay. So I it's I don't want you to go out and get a lawyer. There's other ways of doing it. There are going to say the braille institute that although blind people are easier to find organizations for then deaf people. But it works there, plenty out. There's you just have to do a little bit of research. Yeah. It's not a question of a legal case because I don't know what your damages are is probably gonna be statutory violation. But I tell you, that's it's pretty powerful stuff when you're screwing over someone who has a major disability. So what can I tell you? That's where I would go. The thing with deaf people are not as much fun to make of make fun of his blind people. And I used to have a never forget, George who used to call in and regular basis, Georgia blind, and we started the conversation with our member. He said, he's whatever legal question is e call all the time. He'd say Bill, I'm married, and I have a lovely wife go, how the hell do you know? Have a lovely wife. And he said, well, I run my fingers over her face, and I can tell how lovely she is what happens if she has acne and has a pimples, remould going tell you, George. I don't understand how this makes any sense, anyway. He would have he would have all kinds of issues with dealing with buses. And because obviously blind sends Perth or not obviously, but he was. So he he was one of those red Cain guy's king's with the end and there were problems getting on buses walking around. And so we used to have conversations all the time about the issues that he had. And then I think at some point he had a good marriage was divorced. When he found out his wife was really ugly. All right. Hans hans. Hey, how you doing Bill? Yeah. We rest. You said I don't have a pig lag. Stand on. Well, there's an addendum because I've been here at cedars having treatment for my amputated leg, and it's not going. Well, I actually say you didn't have a leg to stand on you lost your leg. That I really say that. Stand on and everybody laughed, including as pretty depressive out this. Yeah. I. Oh, yeah. I wouldn't be depressed at all. So here's the short because I haven't been there. The, the, the neighbors, the Vietnamese, have a big farm, and they, there's a lot of bad people than going there for two years. So my house was broken is over, because a light for shut off by the government, because the neighbors had knocked out a power line playing around with one of the backhoes and unfortunately. The power company shut off my power. So I pulled permit to upgrade my power. Okay. But the unfortunately there's been a lot of illegal dumping on my property. Own challenges nasty stuff, and the of course, the rain mosquito problems. So anyway. I'm trying to get somebody to clean up the mess, but turn county is giving me thirty days and otherwise. Bringing contract here. You've got an issue going on here clearly of an issue and. Okay. So I was told by the police being ordinance police that if I got a retraction letter from one of the neighbors only one writer, and they also complained about the farm, they were really upset without more than me, but we share the same fence line, and the dumping was going on. Is that a legal legal farm? Keep getting harassed by thirties. So at this point. Wanna bail out? We want to sell, but we don't wanna have encumbrance on title or actually. Yeah. All right. They told me if they get a retraction letter from the complainer the neighbor that they will drop the case. They'll have more time to clean it up one way or another, because severely disabled dealing with medical, I can't I can't be up there all the time. So, so then I was given thirty days. Notice. You said that. So what's your? So the basic problem is, is it true that if a retraction letters written in, you know, in their handwriting, which it was will that will that allow. I have no idea. But if they tell you that, that's the case, then, that's the case, obviously, I'm municipalities have a tremendous amount of power, and if someone who has a pencil who can make the decision says. Yep. The person who complained retracts you're going to be fine. But while that's going on. And I would go to that person and say, hey, I'm cleaning this thing up. Would you retract, please? And at the same time, I would go to the county and say, I don't know if I can do it in thirty days, I'm trying to and at the same time you get them to be on your side, and a lot of it is because you're obviously a homeowner that is at a huge disadvantage. I mean, clearly the disability I tell you the disability. Can in my opinion, get people on your side? I mean, people tell you, you come hopping into court, people gonna feel sorry for you. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe they will maybe they will. Listen. Bunny outfit for Easter. I don't wanna go there. Yeah. We don't. All right. Anyway, anyway, here's here's. I did get the retraction letter. So, so I just need to submit it. But, but the police officer said, we see you said as he sees progress, right, he'll give me thirty increments. But, but one, I'm trying to find out just want to finish it. So. Finish it. With my retraction letter to how can I get him the how get the officer on or what he said, on the phone, you can't? Because he's gonna number one if he doesn't want on rate, he is not going to honor it, if he doesn't want to lie about it. And if he doesn't want to honor it, he doesn't have to honor it. So it's basically based on the honor of the cop, if he says, I'll give you an extension. And it's not competent enforcement officer. I'll give you an exceptional extend your relying on his goodwill. And I think we've done enough about lately, people don't you think so we did enough jokes? The Easter bunny, thing didn't work..

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Skinflint's guide to cutting the cord

Talking Tech

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Skinflint's guide to cutting the cord

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. So you've heard about cutting the cord in saving money on your cable or satellite Bill, but the idea of spending at least forty dollars a month for cable alternative service, like YouTube, TV direct TV now is not what you had in mind. And you heard that apple this week announced plans to launch yet another streaming service, offering movies and TV shows the likes of Oprah Winfrey. Steven Spielberg, and Jennifer Aniston, perhaps now is the time to cancel cable TV and go all in on streaming. Let's help you do that with a skinflints guide to saving money by cutting the cord, I know that the average American pays just over one hundred dollars for monthly cable. So let's drop that considerably to do. So keep your net service and watch TV from the huge array of free entertainment available online start with cutting or cable TV. So let's start at the most basic Bion antenna the intent as of today. They are much stronger than they used to be the cost about seventeen to forty dollars. They'll they come with a tuner, you'll get all the broadcast channels in a bunch of digital channels, offering international and old TV shows, you can cut your cable Bill by thirty dollars. You'll be looking at a savings of three hundred and sixty dollars yearly. But you know, you may not even need the Antenne because maybe you don't even care about broadcast TV many people don't, but you will lose out on a DVR without having cable you can buy an air TV for one hundred and twenty dollars, but you'll still need an antenna a streaming player and an external hard drive to make it work Amazon's fire TV recast is to thirty dollars. And with that, you'll need a fire TV or echo show speaker to make it work. But it does have a built in hard-drive or maybe you don't care about a DVR because everything is on streaming and available to watch any time. How about a television and a streaming player which you can pick up for about twenty five dollars. Roku Amazon fire stick or a smart TV? Most new TV's IRS are quote, unquote, smart, and there were way cheaper than they used to be in the two hundred and fifty dollars to three hundred dollar range now as a smart viewer. You're going to be urged to subscribe to Netflix, Hulu CBS all access streaming varieties of HBO Showtime and others spending from six to fifteen dollars monthly do you have to no not at all? Maybe you don't care about seeing the latest Han Hans made tail for the umbrella academy YouTube will give you hours and hours and months of free programming. I could live on just YouTube. I don't need the others, and I will say that if you're an Amazon prime member, and you're paying for your shipping will you've got a great streaming service. I think it's actually the best one Amazon prime Lada great old movies and TV shows and some good current stuff. Like the marvelous MRs Mazel now. Now be on YouTube. There are several free TV channels Pluto TV to be crackle Zuno and the Roku channel offering free movies and TV shows in exchange for you sitting through their ads so again television internet signal streaming player is basically all you need everything else on top of that is gravy. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. What are your thoughts? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech police subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio I'll be back tomorrow with another quick it from the world attack. Thanks for listening. Hiring used to be hard. It was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them. And hoping the perfect candidate would jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy. And you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech, talk with their powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job. And actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percents of employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day and right now talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free at this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E C H T A L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"hans hans" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"hans hans" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Jumping he's he's done jumping fountains guys. Maybe they should switch sports. Maybe I could play baseball lessons. L play football. Right. I don't think. So all right. Let's see. Well, he tomorrow at two thirty. We will have coach Karl Kramer in the Ohio division one state championship trophy the trophy here in the room tomorrow at two thirty during the stew, make sure Kramer brings the trophy tomorrow will bring it. Let's see today. Molar names Todd nomin to replace Doug Ross felt as head coach of the crusaders. That's good. He becomes the seventh coach in school history. Seven seven seven, of course, he took over for Ross feld who left for the Bengals. When when he left last year good what else is going on Kramer is probably the greatest high school, boys basketball coach in the history of Cincinnati. Would you agree? Take about Hans fry I'm thinking, no. Hans Hans opened the door. Let the let. On the floor. Yes. Hans Hans opened the door Panthers on the floor people going nuts. There's a lot of great coaches Willie and Carl up their car Kramer, twenty nine oh, forty nine in a row forty nine straight. He's got the hardware twenty nine and no. But but the second team to do that in a season. Correct. I was going to bring this up, of course. But but they're the first team, right? From Hamilton county to go undefeated right on tied on scored on correct and win the state title, the Wildcats park now tomorrow, could there be an could you work out a deal deal with coach Kramer that maybe the crusaders face the cats? Deal. Maybe on the hard court got a text here for Mark Sherry says Jerry Durga of mcnichols greatest of all time you go, right? I would ask the question how many state titles, Jerry Derwin? I don't know offhand next question. I'm saying Carl Cramer how many state titles is it five..

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"hans hans" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"hans hans" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I think he's right. Let's get a legal analyst on this on senior legal fellow with the heritage foundation's Edwin Meese, the third center for legal and judicial studies also former official at the Justice department, Hans happy new year, sir. Thanks for joining happy new year to you. Larry, thanks. So the president says that he has every right to do this. And he does that would be an article to situation. Right. It has this sort of thing been done before by commander in chief in terms of some sort of a. Utilizing the military to protect our borders. I believe I believe it has the most important thing to note is that presidents have declared national emergencies on many different issues. Somebody just compiled a list to show that there are thirty one active national emergencies right now, including ten declared by Barack Obama during the Obama administration. You're right. And by the way, some of those national emergencies a majority of them all have to do with things that are happening on the other side of the world. You know, we've got a national emergency because of activity in Ukraine, and Yemen and Somalia and and the president exercise certain actions under his power as commander in chief. Because of that, you would think something a little more imminent like our southern border. Would would hold water. Yeah. And here's the way this works in nineteen seventy six congress actually passed a law called the national emergencies act, and it didn't give the president more powers, and he's already got under the constitution. And and does end. A federal laws that gives the president the ability to to act under national emergency. But what it basically said was that if the president does this he's got a formerly declare it. He's gotta tell congress what statue to acting under and congress could vote to terminate it if both houses agree to it, which seems unlikely to happen that the key thing for the president is going to be able to is defined on allocated funds that have already been appropriated somewhere they can use for this. They're talking about the department of defense, and what what they might use. For example, is luckily, you know, about the army corps of engineers right -struction projects all over the country of all different kinds in fiscal year. Twenty seventeen they got almost five billion dollars in discretionary funds that they could use were construction projects. And I suspect that might be one of the places where. They're looking to get that funding. Okay. And and someone also suggested I heard in fact, somebody emailed me this they're they're in the the national guard. They said we could have national guard and reserves we do our monthly dude to our regular duty and our regular training. This could be part of our training. We could just be deployed there that would wash as well. That said Hans Hans mccaskey you, and I both know there are twelve circuit courts in America. Would you expect twelve lawsuits filed the day? He does this. I mean, everybody's every federal judge is going to be ready to put in a an injunction because they they get into these things now. Well, yeah. But here's here's the problem. There are many prior cases that say that individual members of congress and taxpayers don't have standing to make a claim about misallocation of federal funds through federal law. The the people that would have. Have standing for example is the house of representatives. So if the democratic house decides to file suit, which the Democrats, I'm sure would approve to do this. You're probably gonna get one lawsuit. It'll probably get filed here in the district of Columbia, and I expect that they would go very rapidly up through the court and get to the supreme court pretty quickly. And I think actually, yeah. Maybe the government would lose. But I think there's a good chance that that Trump would win the same way he won when it came to the travel ban. So. And that's how it was going to raise that here Hans because it seems to me a historically the federal court system, the judicial branch of the federal government. They're reticent to step in the way of the executive branches authority, especially when it comes to national security and the president's role as commander in chief. I mean that goes all the way back to George Washington sort of laying down the marker there on what he has the freedom to do under the constitution. Well, no there you're exactly right in particularly in this instance, because the for example in that law. I I was talking about the seventy six law. The statutory definition of emergency is is it's not in there. So so that basically leaves it up to the president to decide what constitutes a national emergency. And I I don't think courts, particularly the supreme court is going to want to get into second guessing the president's judgment on what he considers to be a threat to national security and public safety. I I suspect they want. They would say we have to leave that to the political branches and particularly the judgment of the president. So I think there's a pretty good shot that the president would win on what kind of timeline. Do you think we are looking at here? Let's say by the end of the week. You know, tomorrow's the day when everyone's expecting their paycheck, and because of the partial shutdown, they're not going to get it. Let's say by Monday, there's enough political pressure. The president's determine. That there's no way Pelosi and Schumer are going to move on this. So he he does it right then and there on on Monday morning that that triggers the potential lawsuit than from the house of representatives will then realistically what's the time line from there? What's the process from there? Well, I think if they if they work rapidly they could within a week or two actually file a lawsuit in federal court in Washington. I'm sure they would ask for expedited hearing they would ask for a temporary injunction. So you would get a hearing very very quickly in front of a central drudge if the house one, then the US Justice department would do what they call an expedited appeal, and they might actually try to skip the court of appeal and try to get the US supreme court to hear it as soon as possible. So look this could take anywhere from a couple of weeks to many months before we get a decision. There's no way to know. And in the meantime, if we do get an injunction from federal court, the DC circuit court, you're thinking that means that even if he had deployed the military to the border, then they cease operations, and we're basically right where we are right now. We are unless he. Example of Andrew Jackson. Remember who whether supreme court ordered him to cease what he was doing refused to do it. Yeah. That was in South Carolina. If I remember, right. Wasn't it to to quell the potential civil war at that time? I was it was down in Florida when he was a clearing out. I think it was the Cherokee Indian. Oh, okay. You know, Andrew Jackson. There's a whole lot of moments where he sort of went.

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"hans hans" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"hans hans" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All across America, eight six six ninety redeye. He's Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. All right. I'm going to read the story to you here because I experienced, okay? Yeah. This from Oakland university. To prepare for an active shooter faculty and students at Oakland university are arming themselves with hockey pucks. Idea of using the quirky self-defense tool grew out of a training session. That police chief Mark Gordon led in March for faculty members and on what they should do if a gunman enters a classroom. Participant asked what people could bring to campus to better prepare in case. They need to fight back university has a no weapons policy. Right. Gordon's advice? Be ready to throw anything anything that could distract shooter. Even a hockey puck as a last resort if Flaine or hiding wasn't an option. It was just a kind of spur of the moment idea that seemed to have some merit to it. And it kind of caught on following up on the suggestion. Tom descent, a professor of communication and president of the faculty union spearheaded an effort by the union to purchase twenty five hundred ninety four cent hockey pucks. Eight hundred for the faculty union members and another one thousand seven hundred for students distribution of the pox on campus began earlier this month. It's just you idea of having something a reminder that you're not powerless, and you're not helpless in the classroom. Okay. The little black disc dual purpose. They are also part of a campaign to raise funds to install interior locks on classroom doors, some doors are only lockable from the hallway. The pucks are imprinted with a number that people can enter on the university's website to donate money towards the new locks. We know lock in the classroom in on itself is a big deterrent to shorter being able to enter the room. So there you go. As a former goalie. Who was innocent say. Hockey puck target. Yes. That that's another way to describe a defender of the target. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. You just happen to be in the way of the tar the major issue job to defend the two, right? You go in. In fact, it was my job. And my only job to seek out the projectile and my only goal. Was my hand eye coordination to stop the hockey puck with any body appendage. Available. Wow. Let's just say mostly. Hans Hans Enzi tans legs chest head one of the best saves ever. Made was with my head hands. Elbows knees and toes? I made an my buddy Jeff Lavera FAI Ford. It was a practice. Right. We we just having a practice game. And he came in. He had a breakway comes in and a breakaway. And he had no intention of trying to Deka around me. Why would you do that? And so it's just flimflam. So so he comes in. And of course, he's gonna take the slapshot because his whole goal is to hurt me. And that's what that's what best friends do when you're hockey best friend, right? So he winds up and for the majority of you that have never played goal. You sort of in your head figure out where the stick angle is. You got to be moving before. The puck is really too far off that stick right. So I assumed that he was going. You know, not to my short side. But to the where the wide open area is to the left of me Kirk because he was coming in looking on the going the right side. Right. So I started moving then I realized the puck was going towards a short side on my whole body's moving. So I just through my head down the mask and blocked the puck blocked his slapshot with my head. I came to in the stands. I was it wasn't the cage kind of mask. It was this going back to the seventy. So it was the mask member the plastic mask. Yeah. The Mike Myers mask. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The Mike Myers, Matt right? Michael myers. Michael myers. To be clear. Yes. Yes. Although that would be funny. It wouldn't be very protective. Right. Even though. No, wait a minute. Didn't he play goalie with with what's his name with didn't? Played hockey in the street. I don't know if you've what kind of mask, but Gareth was the goalie. I believe Garth. Okay. Not wing. And they really did offer. You you felt tonight a great big Ida grape huge. I mean, black and blue Mark under my I for the longest time. Thank goodness. It didn't break anything in my face. But. Know, I guess, you know, if you if you have nothing else you can throw it. I would assume that if somebody had a weapon somebody throwing a hockey puck is going to. Isn't going to do much. And I thought of this to the first thing I thought about if you've got all these students with hockey pucks. Someone's gonna throw it at somebody someday. And that's going to be viewed as a weapon, and then the hockey pox will have to be taken off campus. Well, if if all weapons are banned from campus. That's the first thing that hit me when you were presenting the story is that you bought them to to use them as weapons so they are in effect weapons now, right? You didn't buy them to play hockey. New bought them as weapons does that violate. Oh that was that violate the policy. You bought them as weapons? And throwing the hockey puck is a lot different. I I assume that most people can throw a hockey puck with the same acceleration that it comes off a hockey stick. When somebody's taking a slapshot or even a rich shop. Well, because when I first saw the headline to this story, I thought well, man, you you've got to be pretty good. You know with your stick really make it hit that fort let go work needs to go. Because that's the only way you could really use that as weapon throwing it. Well, there are a number of things you throw. Why a hockey puck? Because somebody suggested it. Well, their weapons they were bought as weapons it. You're right. They're violating the policy. Indeed does say no weapons of any kind and how effective would they be? I guess if you had a lucky shot hit him in the head you could distract them a little bit. Will you is it it's not like it's not like, you're again knowledge, you take a slapshot hit somebody right and knock him out while you're throwing it, and it's it's a ridiculous notion. Yes. Anyone there? There are many bright people in situations. Like that when when it does happen, there are we've told the stories. But the fact that you're going to again plan to use a hockey puck. I don't know that you can plan for that outside of having armed security guards on campus. Well, here's here's the point anything that you can throw that's heavy and will cause damage cause injury is the bottom line to what you're trying to do. And that's the whole point does that make a weapon, right? A hockey. Puck was just the thing that was suggested that could possibly work, especially when you have twenty to thirty people in a classroom, and they all throw the hockey pucks at the same time that would be quite a distraction. Yeah. Gordon stretch of the universities active shooter training sessions, which are held several times a year focused on flame first. And then if that's not possible hiding fighting back by throwing a hockey puck or through other means should be an absolute last strategy. Yeah. Well, I again, you're you are clearly outmatched. I don't even know why this would be part of the planning the planning would be too. I think that if you're not going to have armed security guards on campus even. Or allow or allow teachers to be armed or allow students? Right. Then if you're not gonna do that, then you're going to have to. Find a way for the doors to become secure. And beyond that, this is ridiculous that you would even think of this kind of what they spend twenty five hundred bucks. Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. Oh, how far twenty five hundred bucks? Go bucks go for and they said, they don't have the money. They brought all these hockey pucks. But they don't the money to put in lock the door from the inside. Right. Yeah. It doesn't add up. Yeah. If it gives people hope. While who honestly what critical thinker? I know. It's a by the way, I rolled my eyes. I said that so people but the. The critical thinker Ben and really you don't have to have great critical thinking skills in this situation. Dismisses it very quickly. In in a moment like that. And I can't even imagine because I've never been in that situation. But in a moment like that, you're panicking. Everybody doesn't raise your that's a great point raise up to throw. The gunman is in the door. And we're all standing there ready to throw our hockey pot. Right. We're well scenario that in unison that's not going to happen. Unfortunately. You are in a gun free zone and the bad guy knows that. And also gets that problem also gun-related Dick's sporting goods considers removing hunting supplies from their stores because of a decline in sales since they banned selling guns to anyone under twenty one and stopped stocking assault rifles. So there you go. They've already pulled hunting gear from at least ten of their stores. Wow. Now, they're considering pulling those products from more stores while that's just the way the market works. Right. If you don't have what people are looking for they'll go elsewhere. So there you go. All right. But the hockey puck story I had to bring to you. Yeah. It's ridiculous notion fixed the whole gun free zone thing. If you really want to do some some constructive, planning fix that problem. As long as that situation exists. You're not going to be able to protect the students and faculty and staff on that campus with hockey pucks, not going to happen. You want to get and we do have a line open, eight six six ninety redeye. Get.

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"hans hans" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"hans hans" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Six six ninety Red Eye. He's Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. All right. I'm going to read the story to you here because I experienced, okay? Yeah. This from Oakland university. To prepare for an active shooter faculty and students at Oakland university are arming themselves with hockey pucks. Idea of using the quirky self-defense tool grew out of a training session. That police chief Mark Gordon led in March for faculty members on what they should do if a gunman enters a classroom. Participant asked what people could bring to campus to better prepare in case they need to fight back. The university has a no weapons policy. Right. Gordon's advice? Be ready to throw anything anything that could distract the shooter. Even a hockey puck as a last resort. If fleeing or hiding wasn't an option, it was just a kind of spur of the moment idea that seemed to have some merit to it. And it kind of caught on following up on the suggestion. Tom. Professor of communication and president of the faculty union spearheaded an effort by the union to purchase twenty five hundred ninety four cent hockey box. Eight hundred for the faculty union members and another one thousand seven hundred for students distribution of the on campus began earlier this month. It's just you idea of having something a reminder that you're not powerless, and you're not helpless in the classroom. Okay. The little black discs have a dual purpose. They are also part of a campaign to raise funds to install interior locks on classroom doors, some doors are only lockable from the hallway. The pucks are imprinted with a number that people can enter on the university's website to donate money towards the new locks. We know lock in the classroom in on itself is a big deterrent tour shorter being able to enter the room. So there you go. As a former goalie. Who was innocent say. Hockey puck target. Yes, that that's that's another way to describe a defender of the target. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. You just happen to be in the way of the the major issue job to defend the right? The may you go in in fact, it was my job and my only job to seek out the projectile. And my only goal was my hand eye coordination to stop. The hockey puck with any body appendage. Available. Wow. Let's just say mostly. Hans Hans Enzi tans legs chest head one of the best saves ever. Made was with my head hands. Elbows knees and toes? I I made an buddy Jeff will verify for it was the practice. Right. We should we just having a practice game. And he came in. He had a breakway comes in in the breakaway. And. He had no intention of trying to decode around me. Why would you do that? And just flimflam. So so he comes in. And of course, he's gonna take the slapshot because his whole goal is to hurt me. And that's what. But that's what best friends do when you're hockey best friend, right? So he winds up and for the majority of you that have never played goal. You sort of in your head figure out where the stick angle is. You got to be moving before. The puck is really too far off that stick right. So I assume that he was going. Not to my short side. But to the wide open area is to the left of me Kirk because he was coming in looking on the goal of the right side. Right. So I started moving then I realized the puck was going towards short side on the my whole body's moving. So I just through my head down the mask and blocked the puck blocked a slapshot with my head. I came to in the stands. I was it was it wasn't the cage kind of mask. It was going back to the seventy. So it was the mask member the plastic mask. Yeah. The Mike Myers mask. Okay. Gay Mike Myers. Right. Michael myers. Michael myers. To be clear. Yes. Yes. Although that would be funny. It wouldn't be very protective. Right. Even though. No, wait a minute. Didn't he play goalie with with what's his name with waning played hockey in the street? I don't know if you've what kind of mask, but Garth was the goalie. I believe Garth. Okay. Not wing. And they really didn't offer. You know, you you felt tonight a great big Ida. Great huge. I mean, black and blue Mark under my I for the longest time. Thank goodness. It didn't break anything in my face. But you know, I guess, you know, if you if you have nothing else you can throw it. I would assume that if somebody had a weapon somebody throwing a hockey puck is going to. Isn't going to do much. And I thought of this to the first thing I thought about if you've got all these students with hockey pucks. Someone's gonna throw at somebody someday. And that's going to be viewed as a weapon, and then the hockey pucks will have to be taken off campus. Well, if if all weapons are banned from campus. That's the first thing that hit me when you were presenting the story is that you bought them to to use them as weapons so they are in effect weapons now, right? You didn't buy them to play hockey. You bought them as weapons does that violate. Oh that was that violate policy. You bought them as weapons? And throwing the hockey puck is a lot different. I I assume that most people cancer a hockey puck with the same acceleration that it comes off a hockey stick. When somebody's taking a slapshot or even a rich shop. Well, because when I first saw the headlines of this story, I thought Bowman you you've got to be, you know, pretty good. Your stick to really make hit the fort Recco. Work needs to go. Because that's the only way you could really use that as weapon throwing it. Or there are a number of things you throw. Why a hockey puck? Because somebody suggested it. The weapons they were bought his weapons. You're right. They're violating the policy. If it indeed does say, no weapons of any kind and how effective would they be? I guess if you had a lucky shot hit him in the head you could distract them a little bit of will. You is it it's not like it's not like, you're again, solid. Your ticket. A slapshot had somebody writing and knock him out while it's your throwing it, and it's it's a ridiculous notion. Yes. Anyone there? There are many bright people in situations. Like that when when it does happen there. We've told the stories. But the fact that you're going to again plan to use a hockey puck. I don't know that you can plan for that outside of having armed security guards on campus. Well, here's here's the point anything that you can throw that's heavy and will cause damage caused injury is the bottom line to what you're trying to do. And that's the whole point does that make a weapon, right? A hockey. Puck was just the thing that was jested that could possibly work, especially when you have twenty to thirty people in a classroom, and they alter the hockey pucks at the same time that would be quite a distraction. Yeah. Gordon stretch of the universities active shooter training sessions, which are held several times a year focused on flame first. And then if that's not possible hiding fighting back by throwing a hockey puck or through other means should be an absolute last strategy. Yeah. Well, again, you're you are clearly outmatched. I don't even know why this would be part of the planning the planning would be too. I think that if you're not going to have armed security guards on campus even. Or allow or allow teachers to be armed or students. Yeah. Right. Then if you're not gonna do that, then you're going to have to. Find a way for the doors to become secure. And beyond that, this is ridiculous that you would even think of this kind of what they spend twenty five hundred bucks. Yeah. Something like that. Yeah. How far can twenty five hundred bucks? Go bucks go for and they said, they don't have the money they brought all these hockey punishment. They don't have money to put in lock the door from the inside. Right. Yeah. It doesn't add up. Yeah. If it gives people hope. While who honestly what critical thinker? I know. It's a rolled my eyes when I said that so people, but they. The critical thinker Ben and really you don't have to have great critical thinking skills in this situation. Dismisses it very quickly. In a moment like that. And I can't even imagine because I've never been in that situation. But in a moment like that, you're panicking. Yeah. Everybody doesn't raise. That's a great point numbers raised up to throw the gunman is in the door. And we're all standing there. Ready to throw our hockey pot. Right. We're in area. You that in unison that's not going to happen. Unfortunately. You are in a gun free zone and the bad guy knows that. And also takes that problem also gun related Dick's sporting goods considers removing hunting supplies from their stores because of a decline in sales since they banned selling guns to anyone under twenty one and stopped stocking assault rifles. So he got they've already pulled hunting gear from at least ten of their stores. Wow. Now, they're considering pulling those products from more stores, Walt. That's just the way the market works. Right. If you don't have what people are looking for they'll go elsewhere. So they're all right. But the hockey puck story I had to bring t-. Yeah. It's ridiculous notion fixed the whole gun free zone thing. If you really want to do some some constructive, planning fix that problem. As long as that situation exists. You're not going to be able to protect the students and faculty and staff on that campus with hockey pucks, not going to happen. If you wanna get him. We do have a line open eight six six ninety redeye. Get.

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"hans hans" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"They. Don't actually get into the story and then they make you get paid for it. And I'm not gonna pay for, the content and radio America didn't pop for it so there you go moving on, down the line Hans Hans Zola's jackets for sale if he got a million dollars it's pretty much indistinguishable from the south that Paul Manafort was shown. Off in court and then Rick and, Morty have a themed bar. In according to the. Washingtonian don't know if there's. Going, to, be, simulated child rape at this one like there. Was in the founders video but that bars they are so. There you go it's coming apparently to DC so hey Steve, you can probably go and check. That out but. I'd. I'd leave because it probably. Is gonna get busted you're. Probably going to have like a catcher predator being anyway. Stay with us more of a Gase Friday show coming up Freedom doesn't. Start in the White House. It starts. In. Your house here's Helen krieble a friend struggling to make ends meet found that he, could rent a spare room but the night and. Earn a nice supplemental income but he also found out there are, rules about competing with hotels cities, from New York to Denver have adopted. Rules to stop such practices not because there's, any danger to public safety but because Airbnb has, become, serious competition for hotels Justice Uber competes with taxis many tourists enjoy staying at bed and. Breakfast and traveling different experience when you get to know your, host in their own homes we understand why hotel chains may. Be threatened by such competition but a look through the, lens of liberty tells us this is not the government's business, such favoritism.

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"hans hans" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Indic- hardy Watson describes his play. Possible shoes. Another man in the head actually get his friend. She Lewis for blue steel, six hundred and forty billion dollars, but I am obsessed with the idea of you guys have better idea out there of what game do you specifically talking about? It has to be the eighty seven eighty eight season and it has to be the calendar. You're eighty seven because it's so we haven't gone into eighty eight yet. But also I wanna know could could USA Notre Dame of played on Christmas Eve at any point near is right. Okay. So they've had bowl games on Christmas Eve in the night. Today's the reason that Clarence Gilead characters talking that way is because he's standing next to a gigantic German ballerina with a jacket full of guns. So he needs to distract the guy obviously, right? So that that that's the only explanation for why that karat white. The oh, is acting like a lunatic talking about the Lakers less maybe the huge Lakers fan. I mean there's banter among groups of people right? Like he must've been like, I have to be talking. About something. Otherwise it's just going to be a gigantic German, dude, a black guy wanting into knock at Toby plaza in Christmas for no reason. What's interpretation was terrorists like the Lakers in. I that says. Franchise Bill that says a lot about that their feet could call get rate, didn't hear them talk about the Celtics, Jim. I have one more unanswerable question Roger Ebert gave this movie to stars. This is a recurring theme when we do the rewatch Ables when we go back and Roger Ebert has some terrible take, are we sure Roger Ebert was good. Now he was amazing. Rodrigue was absolutely. It's like every single time he's completely off with he hiring movie. He does many bad opinions over the years and extraordinary number of that opinions, but he is good. He's a volume shooter to stars. It happens to, I think my dad thought it was stupid. People thought this movie was stupid. You didn't like the cop was his big reason. He didn't like the f. b. i. agents that the whole cop interplay thought it ruined the movie really on the internet. He is staying like. Insys hard and thought it sucked. Viscose look at him. Like what the fuck are you. It's interesting Cisco Bill back and watch the trailers the official trailers because the first two are like, here's a synopsis of die hard because we realized, Bruce, you don't trust. Bruce Willis is an action star. And then by the third official trailer, they're like, okay, this movie is going to be a hit and just the Beethoven's Ninth to joy. Yeah, with explosions. And these words flying at you that literally say, you will be blown through the gresh show all of the theater. It's like, they're, they buy that trailer. They realize, okay, people are going this movie. Yeah, they said in the in the research on the marketing, they were so afraid to market Willis because they were so scared to put him at the forefront of a movie. And then Jason said at the end, that was like, yeah, if flipped Bruce while Syria's. Yeah, so they must have marketed the living shit out of that thing. Roger Ebert. I don't think he was good. Unanswered. On answerable question. Fuck that guy. Let me just say. Writers in the history of. Amazing amount of work for cinema, probably. Probably. That guy dire to stars is really bad unanswerable questions before we get to nitpick. I love the idea that Gruber didn't plan to get his whole crew out. Yes. Yeah. I mean, if you recall when Tony or whoever is on the roof and Bruce Willis is also up there and Hans like blow the roof and they're like, but Tony, whoever is still there and he grabs the detonator smashing it. So this is a big theory online. I agree with that. Okay. So I can't trace this to a single author, although I do, I did find one by got him Robin mortar writing for crack, who basically breaks down how there was no way Hans ever was going to get his whole crew out of this building because the ambulance. Yeah, it's so much smaller than the semi truck came bought a lot of shit with them and maybe they would leave behind, but basically the the biggest nitpick of this whole movie is, does Hans Hans plan make any sense..

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"hans hans" Discussed on Discard to Reroll - Star Wars Destiny

Discard to Reroll - Star Wars Destiny

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on Discard to Reroll - Star Wars Destiny

"What I said in my podcast when it wasn't my style with, it wasn't a negative thing like you see it around in society that not my so until his fifth. Basically when I go to experience, I like getting invested into film. And while Han Hans solo, it's tonsil solo is a fun experience. It didn't have that spirit. Pichu -ality and emotional investments would need to get invested in that these last three films have hit for sure. So like some people say that if I can't get invested, if I can't react to a film, what is happy, sad angry then if not an enjoyable experience and I want to when I go to a film, I want to react to film. It doesn't have to be, you know, crying anger. I just want to get a reaction out of me if I don't. It doesn't stick with me. I'd love to say I feel like we're still a little too early for me to say a couple of comments. Maybe we'll have to. I want to revisit this at some other time with you because there's a few things they actually caught me in that movie. There's a few things that I mean the end. We could talk about at some point and clearly that'll catch everybody if you didn't catch spoilers. But I want to say that I did have that boiled for me going into it all. There was no surprise to me, and I was talking to a friend of mine and I'm like, I wonder how many people who like, for example, roquan when they went to see vote one and the ending with us feta's boiler two years old. But, hey, go with it. That they left the film because at that reaction between beta talking and laya that that punch, you know, that influences to reaction because I didn't have that going in. I had the spoil for me die with the more. I don't wanna say pukes band, but you know, I didn't have that high that was going off after seeing the film. So one thing that's it's not a spoiler that obviously, Hon and to you're gonna, meet each other, this movie. I mean, they show them together and the trailers, so, but the context which I won't give away. But the context of that, my daughter, my middle daughter who's ten saw that one coming. She didn't know like when the event happened in that movie, I didn't even see that coming and all of a sudden that happened. So that was that was a surprise for me. That piece. Did you? Did you already know that one to no idea, but you can kind of see it coming happens..

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"hans hans" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on KSRO

"In the future so i hope people get mad and up in arms and people's phone start ringing and we start getting active in stopping this and we won't have that opportunity of people don't know so i'm very thankful for the prime today and for you helping us get the word out because people don't know and they need to know hans tipple yeah call in hans hans he just texted me saying they wanna break pg where will gas and power come from do i get to call in and challenge them we don't want to break pg any i mean that's another red flag go ahead oh i'm going to start cussing on radio and i can't be that that is a bunch of focus you guys know what that the idea that pta wants to threaten a victim's with bankruptcy first of all i've been hearing this about this company for twenty seven years it is such a non credible statement given the fact that they've been millions of dollars spending on this lobbying effort okay to convince everybody you know we're not gonna do this in and somebody else has to pay for the victims all of their advertising the bonus that they gave their ceo what twelve million dollars not to mention the path to their shareholders shareholders furious they're not going to go bankrupt they've set this too many times and the doctors dude as iraq to scare the people is a comfort right it is a non credible statement on their behalf they should be ashamed of himself spending a billion dollars to their shareholders giving their ceo that kind of money the money they're spending on advertising the money they're spending on the lobbyists to make them the victim we're gonna pay for it we're going to pay for their sins is i'm sorry infuriating we're not going bankrupt that no bunch of bs it is they've got more money than god and you know there's no way they're going to go bankrupt and it is a monopoly i mean it's monopoly it's a very lucrative monopoly by the way it pays out at least a billion dollars a year in profit to its shareholders every year grab every year it's a thirty nine billion dollar corporation so i mean so somebody pays for the cost of the wildfires somebody is going to pay that it's either going to be the family in coffey park that loves their home or it's going to be the pg any executives and shareholders that have the assets or it's going to be the ratepayers or it's going to be the insurance companies somebody is going to pay for this and i believe it should not be that family and coffey park that lost their home of course we don't have time hans and pissed.

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"hans hans" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"That's that's my take on that i wish in the best of luck if you want to hear him hans hans was on the podcast in let's see two thousand sixteen before he was kicked out of his job at ericsson so it's like episode number fifty six you can actually hear him talk about ot and what matters and that oh no that doesn't conclude our show today no i was i was all excited but no we're going to talk about the wise pan cam which is my news toy this is a twenty nine ninety nine camera you do pay shipping and handling so it's like a bucks more but cheap camera a lot of fun it's all the functions of the wise to cam so it's you know seven sorry seven twenty or ten eighty hd and it moves it moves ninety three degrees up and down and it moves three hundred sixty degrees on the horizontal it doesn't go around in a full circle it goes around all the way and then comes back the other way and the daytime video is about fifteen frames per second so it's it's a little choppy but nightvision ten frames per second but awesome nightvision and two way audio plus fourteen days of alert videos so that's fourteen days for free and the stuff is end to end in krypton they do use a when twenty eight bit encryption so it's not quite bank grade but pretty good and there was question about where the data is stored where it goes i remember some for listeners asking about that and i think originally wise was working with a some vendors in china but now from a cloud perspective the data's all kept in the us yes so the cameras the cameras are manufactured in china and the wise people are really focused on the software experience they're using razor thin margins on this stuff in the cloud stuff is hosted in aws so these guys are former amazon people so the software is built here the stuff is hosted here cameras built in china so that is really i mean the overall experience with this is really good.

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"hans hans" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

"That's that's my take on that i wish in the best of luck if you want to hear him hans hans was on the podcast in let's see two thousand sixteen before he was kicked out of his job at ericsson so it's like episode number fifty six you can actually hear him talk about ot and what matters and that oh no that doesn't conclude our show today no i was i was all excited but no we're going to talk about the wise pan cam which is my news toy this is a twenty nine ninety nine camera you do pay shipping and handling so it's like a bucks more but cheap camera a lot of fun it's all the functions of the wise to cam so it's you know seven sorry seven twenty or ten eighty hd and it moves it moves ninety three degrees up and down and it moves three hundred sixty degrees on the horizontal it doesn't go around in a full circle it goes around all the way and then comes back the other way and the daytime video is about fifteen frames per second so it's it's a little choppy but nightvision ten frames per second but awesome nightvision and two way audio plus fourteen days of alert videos so that's fourteen days for free and the stuff is end to end in krypton they do use a when twenty eight bit encryption so it's not quite bank grade but pretty good and there was question about where the data is stored where it goes i remember some for listeners asking about that and i think originally wise was working with a some vendors in china but now from a cloud perspective the data's all kept in the us yes so the cameras the cameras are manufactured in china and the wise people are really focused on the software experience they're using razor thin margins on this stuff in the cloud stuff is hosted in aws so these guys are former amazon people so the software is built here the stuff is hosted here cameras built in china so that is really i mean the overall experience with this is really good.

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"hans hans" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Brian singapore woke up this morning the very reality that there's going to be a summit here in just ten days and that means there's some urgent tasks namely figuring out the logistics just wear this summit is going to take place now there have been reports and local presses about the north korean team in the us team shuttling around town there's speculation about where it might be the marina bay sands hotel and casino is just over here that's owned by sheldon adelson some of the speculation is centered on that hotel but beyond the logistics there the deliverables and i think what's important about that meeting between president trump is north korean enter logger is just how long it took and then the speed with which mr trump made the decision to put that summit back on the velocity there's barely any time for cost consultations if this is a hurry up city this is a no huddle offense by the president he's clearly calling audibles the entire way now one concession he potentially made was saying that you could have a formal peace treaty between north and south korea and all the parties that were involved remember there was a un mandate back in the fifties during the korean war the issue there is that something the south koreans have desperately wanted as well as the north koreans trump didn't talk about complete and verifiable denuclearization and he went out of his way to say that you could take in the north koreans could take their time my suspicion on this brian is that this backdrop is going to be familiar scene we could have multiple summits and the urgent task now for everyone else is to figure out how to put both sides in a position to get to a do whether that's on the twelfth or going on one other note secretary mattis speaking this morning he likely had to scrub any reference to maximum pressure that's the idea that you had sanctions you had military assets that force kim jong to the table president trump today saying that he no longer wanted to use that term although he did say sanctions are still in place and if talks go south they can always ratchet those up bryant need a scorecard to keep it all straight hans hans nichols our nbc news pentagon chorus.

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"hans hans" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

"Not even that people are tired of stars foams that maybe the studio is they called it sort of like franchise fatigue and that maybe all the original ideas that we've had to make star wars graded it is we've kind of run out or running out of steam and we don't quite know what to do next because we've started spreading out into it's not just this one storyline but we started doing like hans hans solo sorry i didn't mean to do that pun that really wasn't intended into hans film and then the one film and i'll be sort of side connected but not directly connected films that maybe it's sort of stretching stretching the franchise to thin or stretching the studio to thin or is just there's only so many original ideas you can do with a franchise i don't know if that's the case i'll try not to talk too much about it again this is not the movie podcast but i think i have said before i'm on a fan of sequel's just for sequels because the first or second or third or whatever number sequel we were on was a really big hit and made a lot of money so hey let's repeat that please don't it works much better and you're gonna have much better tans of actually earning all the money you think you're going to earn if you actually have like a decent story to go along with it or any story or just a plan beyond just a let's make more money so on one hand cool mando kalinda movie that sounds great sounds like it could be one of the most interesting things in the you know two three five years whenever from that would might actually happen but on the other hand i'm already worried enough about what you're doing with the main numbered.

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"hans hans" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"This is the truth i was trying to get with this famous girl and she said comeback when you're an all star so there is a track record here and it took a turn this year when he got that all star nod and then proclaimed he was moving on from re re and he did so live on tnt you were denied by a young woman told you to come back when you were in all star is there anything you'd like to say that manny body on tnt right now we should deny me back then so why go with so have to pass move onto the next got oh mom so good and that was the last time hans hans the process address the lust for re re months man was beyond it he turned the page most of all he was an all star and i think he figured out the process i think he figured out did he was the guy calling the shots when he was playing hard to get that is until last night when he reached his phone any thumbed out babe are you single or not like i said there's coming off the wagon going off the wagon coming off the rails going for a bender in all time relapse no one knew it better than joel himself because no sooner than thumb that out it's maybe five minutes for him to chase that thirsty inquiry with a splash of ice cold water to his own face tweeting process stop a thought you were an all star just incredible process stop he third person himself process process stop i thought you were an all star wherever i could like this guy anymore he's slapped himself in the face live on twitter process stop i thought you were an all star that is so good instead of deleting the original tweet which is the weakest move ever in when will people learn you cannot do that he chases it instead by publicly snapping himself back into reality strong move truth is scott obviously still has a bad for he can't help himself it's part of what makes him him and i said it earlier shooters shoot and they shoot even when they said that they would stop shooting they continue to shoot even when they say they will not shoot that shot ever again but he is a shooter we're talking hoops.

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"hans hans" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Turn was going to go up top drama big lego me so you know we talked about it and they'll said number laying on the table look it up first ball ticker sudden feet tall there on top of the term buckle and i'm the target and i'm thinking will get some good visit after all hans hans you're cubs dacre and that's iris movement is certainly not not as high risk is what the you're the totality of this match you guys had 17 but the point inside of you to edge tick through war were because there's a lot of timing going on there must not like you guys got a chance to practice sis jobs hanging out of bumper it was at bubon i think it was of the moment oh you bubble was going back went to cheer and you know he had to use it the proper release with steve and then there you are on the ladder take needs that just as far as what the up your i go yeah that was really it i what i was really trying to pay attention to was what wrong i needed that jumped for the trajectory to work and like it okay if i'm third wrong down that should in a perfect world have us making contact right at the moment were picturing it at least in my head now if you watch back though i i almost committed to soon the there's just a short little like whoa and i i hell and the ladder did zip thankfully and like a nanosecond later i went and if i had gone on that first initial instincts it would've been or we were with wrong young women was viewed overrode if you would over rotated plan him on the back was head right of the milan ring or under rotated you let him on his lower back her sok and oscar jack him up.

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"hans hans" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on KGO 810

"This point i would love to see some real leadership and some some prestige in the white house but if if we stuck with him that i'd rather have a trump the deals with people be they republicans or democrats if you've been hans hans is not going to be pence pence's immovable on his positions he's very clear about side enough i want that i say do i don't i don't want that but the app from the standpoint of being a real president in terms of the way it he's perceived in the way he acts there's no question that pence has more presidential twentyfifth amendment though no no mike is a carlitos good morning welcome to cagey ah it acre warner up you know what i i really believe this is just the beginning and we just wait and see the jury is still out but this is what i agree which is putting it back on congress or that or it belongs and and i do believe he probably has some of the republican party because they need to act and aid and i it they need to act and do which right and the balls in their court but i i do believe this negotiation so he can get more border security i do not believe is ready port anybody maybe criminals and we all agree they should go but um i i just don't buy it so he's got jeff sessions though and jeff sessions will do with the heartbeat i haven't seen gesture granted out to the failed eligible walk to go so no one's and out workers are going after criminals what record up so uh we haven't seen it yet way i i say that he weasels around old that's just he is the we go ahead i'm sorry i i look upon i'd look upon sessions is a weasel i really do yeah well we at eu are there i air corridors a weasel tears this where these activists young people it you know attorney general so go figure but i just think that the beginning in which you have any but i am glad is negotiating with people and it and negotiate show as she if he ended up with dan all this talk of it negotiator met nothing here is a fraud it you could come up with something and.

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"hans hans" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

Cracked Movie Club

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"hans hans" Discussed on Cracked Movie Club

"Where could we be better dutchswedish dutchswedish okay so you're both right yeah good on both eu recovered all our northern european basis give new room with a bunch of champions yediot nathan crowley's also bag set designer oh my god what could work or a yet at so much this is shocking amount of this movie is in camera meaning that they use cg minimally much of the effects are in camera they built just a crazy number of things that i guess we'll talk about me get to the via a notably just in this segment notably a he built threes base crafts for the film the endurance which is based on the international space as as the big one it's a big one it's though on that yet the it literally looks like a clock which is interesting because the movies about time the ranger which is how the descendant owns like the shuttle it is shuttle and then the lander which is how they get on planet so he built these three hunk of steel any based on actual like either sifi fiction or sciencefiction like books and movies or real life yeah it all looks like what nascar's going to do next year yeah yeah and the endurance the big one was a was a scale model but they made fullsize versions of the other two craft sad to which is insane to me yeah but yeah uh hans hans zimmer does the score in this one which is really interesting to me because.

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