22 Burst results for "Hooghly"

"hooghly" Discussed on Transcaster Radio

Transcaster Radio

02:29 min | 10 months ago

"hooghly" Discussed on Transcaster Radio

"And has been on HR T for only six months besides her love of travel, she has also she also enjoys cooking and keeping fit riding her bicycle. Just currently working as computer network engineering downtown Chicago May Michaela. How are you today? I'm doing well, thank you, thank you for being here. How are you today? I'm doing fine. Thank you, thank you. I appreciate you being here today I know it's a little early for you. in Chicago, but it's okay we'll get. The party started early. Sounds good all right, so let's get right into our topic today. What does pride mean to you? Pride to. Me Means to be. Proud of WHO I am? Because I can't As as we talk to each other, and as we communicate with each other We've projects. Who we are and how confident we are. In in Hooghly are so. I can't expect other people to be proud of me if I don't project that myself. I haven't. Being new to transitioning I've never best of pride events. I'm although this year was supposed to be my first year, but that's not gonNA happen. Unfortunately? Fortunately so so. I wanted to take part in your pride series to kind of celebrate actually the Elec. I'm part of that. Event in the in the celebration, and in all the goes along with that so Yeah so. Pride I think is more than just the the pride events, but the prevents events means so much to us and you know I know personally when I first went to a pride event when I was younger when I at that time identified as Lesbian you know, the pride event was like this place I could be myself and and not worry about what other people think, and I know that when I talked to older generations of Trans people who have mint you know. They came out later in life, and they haven't had the.

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"hooghly" Discussed on HeartLine Ministries

HeartLine Ministries

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"hooghly" Discussed on HeartLine Ministries

"The absolute of his purity and His Holiness and His Majesty and His righteousness and all of those things that go with it but the thing is is by my recognizing that Jesus paid the price for me. It gives me a glimpse at least of the Hooghly Unis of God. I can't pay the price and then affect him Go back to sign forty nine in verse fifteen because remember now in verses seven eight nine. We go when we find that. Look I cannot buy my brother I could not by my brother I could not do it. you know because I don't have the righteousness that don't have the hose so now we look in verse fiftee and my favorite word of all scripture is God you see the problem versus seven eight man. Camp by by the man cannot be deemed. His brother I cannot Medine. My kids certainly. I wish that I could do as I. Everybody in the whole world is going to be redeemed and I really need them and I will do it for you in all that. But I can't do that. Who can I fifteen but God will deem my soul from the power of the grave and he shall receive me. Think about that. And that's what the word Salem meets. If think about this pundits that for let us chew on that like a cow would choose cut in you know the chew whitten swallowed Bourbon. Scott true in on the fact that Jesus Christ was the eternal ransom aid for us and that mankind code not achieve that. And you know so. I love the sound of forty nine. Men Can't do it. I can't find my brother. I cannot pay the price for Tim. Tim Cannot pay.

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Castro, Laura And US discussed on 1A

1A

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Castro, Laura And US discussed on 1A

"Photographs of father and daughter drowned in the Rio Grande have rocked the US and could have a critical impact here in Washington DC, the guardian reports that Oscar Albert Martinez Ramirez, brought his twenty three month old daughter Lyria to the US side of the river before jumping back in to get her mother. The toddler jumped in after him, he turned to rescue her and both were swept away by the current Laura. Horrifying and tragic things like this, unfortunately happen regularly to migrants. Why is this moment resonating as much as it is because it was captured in a photograph, and it was also, it's also because it comes at a time when there's a lot of scrutiny on the detention centres for migrants. The one in, in Clint Texas has received heightened scrutiny because of the lack of standards for the migrants there when the Democrats were down in Florida in a lot of them have gone to the homestead detention facility, which is a for profit facility that houses migrant children and Warren, when she visited the day before her debate she said that when she was able to peek over since none of them have been allowed in, even though they requested to toward the facilities. She said that, quote, it looked like you know, the children were little soldiers being marched, you know, across between facility between. Buildings. So this has been getting a lot of attention in the debate I just wanna point out that the first night, holy Castro really shifted the field by bringing up thirteen twenty-five law, which is he supports the decriminalization of border crossings for migrants, so treating it as a civil as opposed to a criminal offense. And a lot of candidates have now come out in support of that he was the first to do that he called on all them to do that warrant supports it. The second night, I think seven out of eight candidates on stage said that they support that as well. So he's been affective pushing his fellow democratic contenders. Let's hear that clip of tape that you referenced it was an exchange between Hooghly on Castro and former Representative Beto work on the immigration plan, be very clear, the reason that they're separating these little children from their families. Is that they're using section thirteen twenty five of that act which criminalizes coming across the border to incarcerate the, the parents, and then separate them? Some of us on this stage have called to end that section to terminate it some congressman or Rourke have not. And I want to challenge all of the candidates. Do that. I just think it's a mistake. I think it's a mistake, and I think that, that if you truly want to change the system that we got a repeal that section if not, thank you. Then it might as well say, Cheryl that seem to as lower mentioned impact candidates answers on last night's debate stage. Many said undocumented immigrants with no criminal record should not be deported. And all ten onstage said they supported public health care for the same group. So how will some of these positions that they've laid out on immigration? Do you think shape the race moving forward? Well, I think if on custom accomplishes, nothing in this race, he has accomplished, putting this issue on the table for Democrats to discuss. And he has basically set the benchmark for what will be the democratic position, which is that we should not criminalise crossings across the border that they should be treated as civil matters. So going forward, I think we will see Democrats embracing that position increasing. Early. But I also think, as at mentioned a lot of these positions are going to make great clips for Donald Trump when he runs for

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Trump, Cory Booker And Jay Inslee discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News

Tony Katz and the Morning News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Trump, Cory Booker And Jay Inslee discussed on Tony Katz and the Morning News

"Trump wants to fight him on his turf in his terms we will be him i will be him by calling this country to a sense of common purpose again cory booker and nine other candidates took shots at president trump on n._b._c. news jay inslee called the president america's biggest security threats and the democrats sparred with each other like hooghly in castro and better ore they're using section thirteen twenty five of that act which criminalizes coming across the border some of us on this stage have called to end that section to terminate it some congressman rourke have not sure looking at just one small part of this i'm talking about a comprehensive rewrite of immigration bill to blasi also took issue with a roar for supporting private health insurance to blasios and elizabeth warren were the only two candidates to raise their hands when asked if they'd abolish that private system for a government run health care healthcare is a basic human right whales talked about possibility of free college education and tonight ten more candidates will take that same stage in miami for a second

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Mueller to William Barr: You 'Did Not Fully Capture' My Report

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Mueller to William Barr: You 'Did Not Fully Capture' My Report

"The Russian can post is reporting that special counsel, Robert Muller wrote a letter to attorney general William bar complaining that bars four page summary of his rush investigation report didn't fully capture the context nature and substance of their conclusion democratic presidential candidate Hooghly on Castro says far misled the American people and he should resign or face impeachment.

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"hooghly" Discussed on The View

The View

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on The View

"Those are the courage a word of form of secretary Hooghly on Castro who recently announced his candidacy for president. Please. Welcome secretary Hooghly on Castro. You. Mister secretary. I'll call you that. Although I call Jimmy Carter Jimmy. Okay. So you said yourself that you really don't see yourself as a front runner at the moment. No. I'm not I'm not. But how did what what why? Why don't you know? I don't I see. No question. You know, I think that by any conventional measure right now, I'm not the front runner boat. I sat on Saturday was because I hope that announcement event in the neighborhood that I grew up in the west side of San Antonio. I said that if you look around nobody who grew up there grew up as a front runner that I can't think of a single time in my life where I've been front runner and today in our country. There are a whole bunch of people who don't feel like front runners and the during this campaign, I'm going to go speak to them. And I think that that's going to resonate. I'm on the crowd. I think so we're going to have a crowded primary. So you know, we may have fifteen or twenty people there, but I have a strong vision for the future of this country. I said on Saturday that what we need to him for is to be the smartest the healthiest the fairest and the most prosperous nation on earth. And I'm going to do the hard work of making my pitch. I was in Puerto Rico the day after my nouncement because I wanted people to know that everybody should count in this country. Our fellow Americans. Talked about him without thank you for doing that for going to to put a Rico. I know that it was your first campaign. Stop and I was struck by that because my family is from there. Why did you go there? Because clearly the people from the island can't vote for you. Oh, you know, because I think today a lot of Americans whether they're in the little neighborhood LA eat in San Juan Puerto Rico that I visited that is still struggling with their their their in small town, Ohio and factory jobs have laughed over the last few years. A lot of people feel forgotten people in urban Detroit all over the place. And I wanted to send a strong message from the beginning that if I'm president you matter and your family matters. How do you think Trump has such an antipathy towards Puerto Rico? What is the problem with Puerto Rico because he failed he failed the people of Puerto Rico, and he wants to obscure that failure. Wants to make people what he's trying to do is to to make people think that somehow it was their fault. But it wasn't there fall. But he didn't seem interest interested in helping them in the first place. So that failure was delivered almost and he went further because I don't know if it's true, but the number two official at department of HUD, and that's the agency that you ran under President Obama reportedly just resigned over his attempts to block federal relief money for Puerto Rico. He apparently said this he did not want a single dollar going to the island federal relief money. Why I think part of that is the ego with the president. You know, why are we why are eight hundred thousand families going without a paycheck right now? Because of his ego about building this wall, and it is. The thing is I don't think that we've ever had a president. That was so bad about the naval to put the country. First he puts his ego. I whether it's building the wall and not getting Puerto Rico money. And and that's why I think that in addition to investigating what happened at HUD. I hope they do that. I hope that the house and the Senate do that we need to change in leadership. And that's why I'm running for president night, one of the largest criticisms of President Trump is his lack of experience, and you have no foreign policy experience whatsoever. You also said vehemently you are not going to run for president. I didn't understand when you announce why you didn't want to run for Senate, we're possibly for governor ran against Abbott in two thousand eighteen Cornyn and twenty twenty here's an up and coming rising democratic star the cynical side of me thinks maybe you're just doing this because it'll get.

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Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wheeled into courtroom

All Things Considered

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Pittsburgh synagogue-shooting suspect wheeled into courtroom

"Summer says he was helping his ninety year old mother fill out her absentee ballot. When he went to stuff it into the envelope. And he noticed he had a problem. It didn't fit to white. They took it out to see. Maybe I folded it wrong. But there's only one way to fold it. Michael Ryan, the head of New York City's board of elections says yes, some of the ballots didn't quite fit their envelopes. We got them back from the vendor folded in three sections. They probably should have been folded in four sections is city is reminding people there are two pages in two sides to the ballot. The candidates are on one side and ballot proposals are on the other for the rest of tonight here no area, no precipitation. It'll just be mostly cloudy overnight tonight. We'll see low of about forty three degrees. Tomorrow, Tuesday, mostly sunny through the day with a high near fifty seven it'll remain clear tomorrow night, low about forty. Eight and then on Wednesday, very nice day. It'll be mostly sunny through the day on Wednesday. The high reaching about sixty five degrees right now, though here in New York City, fifty six degrees under cloudy skies. You're listening to WNYC at four zero six. Support for NPR comes from visit Saint Petersburg Clearwater, along Florida's Gulf Coast offering artistic draws including St. Pete's Dali museum the to Hooghly collection and the museum of fine arts more at visit Saint Pete Clearwater dot com. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro. The man accused of killing eleven worshippers and wounding six others in synagogue, Saturday appeared in federal court today Robert Bowers has been charged with twenty nine federal crimes and could face the death penalty NPR's Brian man was in the courtroom in Pittsburgh and joins us now. Brian IRA at describe what the scene was like in there today. Incredibly

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"hooghly" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm Dave, man. And this is the six pack. Hope he had a good weekend. I gotta say I've had a pretty decent Monday. So far. Mondays usually suck. The weather as it is. It was like one of those days were is going. One. Shoots up and sleep. At least for another couple of hours after that alarms blaring in your head. Hope you had a good one too. We'll get with Bruce Hooley from Spielman and Hooghly weekday mornings on one zero five seven the zone. And and we'll talk about football. I this one caught my eye was like, the I like the creepy in the bizarre archaeologists found what they're calling the vampire of Luna. No, the remains of a ten year old child biting on a stone were discovered at the cemetery of children. Italy messed up does this sound researchers believe that since the evidence suggests the child suffered from malaria, they could have been they think he they gave him a vampire burial. Researchers think the child could have been buried in a vampire burial ritual to prevent him from returning from the dead and spreading the disease. David Soren from the university of Arizona says it's extremely eerie and weird. Yeah. To say, the least Dave. It's latest in a string of unusual discoveries at the cemetery. A cemetery of children a site were dozens of children's bodies and evidence of witchcraft have been uncovered other findings have included toad bones. Raven talons cauldrons along with the remains of babies toddlers and unborn children. So does that sound like a little a little creeps? I the thing. I don't get. How did they know? That the kid had malaria. Not sure what the deal is. But they must have buried them alive because he was like biting on Iraq. Doesn't sound like he was staked, you know. Like you traditionally due to vampires. But anyway, I I had to share that with you because well,.

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MGM sues Vegas shooting victims and survivors, sparking outrage

Woody and Company

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

MGM sues Vegas shooting victims and survivors, sparking outrage

"The zone with Spielman in, Hooghly and the other jaw dropping story today I shook my head and couldn't believe MGM resorts international sued more than, one thousand victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting they sued the victims in order to attempt. To dodge liability in the music festival, MasterCard that last October that killed fifty eight you. Say why in God's name would they do that because they themselves if they're found, liable, maybe, sued out of business because they're facing lawsuits from four hundred fifty victims So they are seeking a two thousand. Two federal act that extends liability protection to any company that uses anti-terrorism. Technology which they claim they did traffic and weather on the drive home every ten minutes, on the.

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"hooghly" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

"Parents all of our parents have a big role in hooghly become and you have said jen of both your parents not just your mother they were both in your words massive feminists tell me about them my parents made me believe that it was possible for me to achieve anything that i wanted in my life and that i should just go for it and really dream big for my life they also simultaneously made me understand the importance of having a team so i grew up with three younger siblings one of whom is autistic and for anyone who has someone who severely mentally handicapped in their family which is interestingly one in every sixty families now in the united states so this is a huge problem it's a twenty four seven job for eight the my sister will hopefully live until she's ninety or one hundred years old so for for that length of time and my parents were both a hundred percent ahead of their time in the sense that in the nineteen eighties when my sister sherry was born most kids who were autistic or mentally handicapped were kind of kept at home so they weren't brought out to normal things to movie theaters to restaurants on vacation because there was an embarrassment around having someone in your family who had this kind of handicap and ability to act in interesting in spontaneous ways when you're out in public and i remember my parents telling us as young kids that they were really proud of our family and who we are and that we sherry was just deserve to be in every single place that the rest of the family was at and that even if anyone else was laughing at us or making fun of our family or we had many times people come up to us in restaurants and be like why did you bring her here she's making the scene you know she should be at home or give us looks and my parents would just respond back like sherri as part of our family who do you think you are talking to us this way so there was that and there was also the fact that it's actually was exhausting for my parents very visibly to be the parents of an autistic child and then also have three other children at the same time so there was this understanding that i had that we all had to be a team so from a young age i remember myself taking on responsibilities not because i was asked to but because i knew that it was the right thing like waking up early to be with my younger siblings or cooking meals for the family or you know supporting my parents so that they could take a break or relax i mean even holding my sister sheri's hand when we crossed the street get taking on those kind of small and big responsibilities so this recognition that life is better as part of a team and that you actually need a big team of people to accomplish any goal and i think that interestingly that set me up for being an entrepreneur where crazy things happen every day and you have to respond with positivity and you need a big team to support you through it and everyone has to be flexible in terms of the rules that they take on but interestingly on that point even when you attended her business school you came up with the idea of rent the runway there with your co founder but you have said that even then you you were not associating women with being entrepreneurs well that's because our society at that point really only painted a picture of entrepreneurship being something that men could do so even though when i look historically at my life i've always been an entrepreneur even when i was working at big corporations i was setting up new businesses and doing entrepreneurial things i know you you might not know what you started at starwood which was this basically honeymoon can fund registry right yeah so i set up the first high registry in the world because i believed in two thousand and two that we had entered the experience economy and people were starting to value experiences like travel over owning things which is a big thesis for rent the runway of course but even when i was at starwood if someone had asked me a what did you do there what was your job like i would have described it as oh i'm just a creative person i had a creative idea and i.

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"hooghly" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on KOMO

"Has your saturday komo forecast it's not a bad saturday out there slight chance of a shower at times we'll go partly sunny by the end of the day pretty great start temperatures they're going to be in the mid to upper sixties maybe low seventies in a few areas on through sunday touch cooler as we go to the mid sixty s to upper sixty s for highs couple of showers on sunday but we're dry and partly to mostly sunny tuesday wednesday in the komo weather center turns on komo news certainly as great as starts out on this saturday morning fifty six degrees in downtown seattle at six thirty five well investigators using the same ancestry sleuthing that cracked the golden state killer case to arrest a seatac man for the cold case murder of a canadian couple william talbot the second charged with the murder of tanya van kind lomborg back in nineteen eightyseven detectives also trying to link him to the death of her boyfriend jay cooke the two were travelling seattle for an overnight trip investigators say dna cracked that case where digging deeper into genetic genealogy komo's tammy mutasa says genealogists tell us the technology has become a big trend with police happen quickly professionally and it's just astounding hamas county detectives say they teamed up with genealogists at paragon nanna labs drive down william earl talbot the second definitely a trend that's evolving quickly because it's so powerful this same science was used to find the suspected golden state killer last month ceo dr steven arman trout says pair bond has been getting calls every day from police wanting to use the technology on their cold cases but he sees it as a critical tool for all investigations very rapidly we're going to see this being used at the front end of investigation hooghly where it should be because in that way can be most efficient you're not wasting time chasing blind alleys arm and try to address.

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"hooghly" Discussed on The Rubin Report

The Rubin Report

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on The Rubin Report

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"hooghly" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on Open Floor

"No question remember what happened right around the same time they trade a blake griffin they gave lou will contract extension so it was definitely a part of their their writing he liked what he saw he reminds me of the guy who took over at hooghly i forget the names of all the characters on that show maybe like five people will understand who i'm talking about captain sweater vest yeah i think that guy's probably exist off of bomber don't you think so i think so anyways all right defensive player of the year we both took rudy go bear i was feeling guilty about it until i read this email from john who said i've heard several nba experts say that rudy go bare likely has missed too many games to win defensive player of the year and that they would likely vote for joel embiid and beat his now played sixty three games and roughly nine thousand nine hundred minutes go bear if he plays the last few games here will end up playing fifty six games and roughly eighteen hundred thirty minutes while this is eleven percent less games he's only played three point seven fewer minutes while we all know that availability is the best village ability shouldn't availability for larger portions of each game also be considered in the discussion while embiid has been really good i don't think it compares to what go bare has done this year i agree with that i think it's enough for me to have a clear conscience voting for go bear and i don't feel guilty for snubbing be because bead has been awesome and the sixers defense has been much better than anyone would have expected as as a result but go bare like innomax is so clearly the best defender in the league i feel i am glad that we can vote for him.

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"hooghly" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"It's a capital and it has high altitude texas anm providence this is a big he says a basketball conference hooghly baby says they they ask your whole conference texas failure them say football school ongo providence though in providence as well anybody gal humbled texas shane him i think you're pretty talented providence did a great job winning close games down the stretch if a really good at kuwaiti i was at fairfield did a great job there before he went province that i just think they're they're going to go down in this we got unc nobody's going to argue the lips cubans going to be u n c i holdings so now we've got kansas probably again that kansas i'm sorry savior against missouri what do you think savior against missouri michael porter is if these great can win again i'll take javor you know i you're better who is where he's been all right i still think they're not great even with porter because they're not in sync yet but we'll see he missed too many games played two minutes like too many south dakota state who we have by almost unanimous acclamation when kevin flip south dakota state against gonzaga i know how tight kazak is now the thai because last year they did something different but i saw them when they were panicky when we we were officials call from beating them as a seed last year i'm taken south dakota state to be gaza others.

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"hooghly" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on WCTC

"That in the happen and so he's got this record that now that's the target but they don't want that tar but yet trump is no longer sounding quite like the candidate clown because he sounds an accident does would've president usually dogs a day late in a dollar short in their criticism and that daca thing if you see the atmospherics of it when you get people screaming and yelling and using profanities though the average person and bakersfield or youngstone idle says you know what i don't get if these people our guest into my country and i don't like them screaming in using obscenities and telling me what the conditions are of their visit tation that's a losing and losing issue a gutter if they wanna have daca they should have those guys waving american let's and saying how happy they are and how much better this susan mexico will never it but that's not their message it's complete give me this and then when you give me this you only this and then you or even more that's not going to resonate with most people uh victor let's get your thoughts on this muller investigation uh where we are now i given that that really is so good taste of an albatross i think around the around the administration's knack uh they're of democrats are hoping it's their political uh promised land now where do you see things now well i think the inspector general's report then the demo by also tells us committed it they all along but these are gonna be cracks on we're going to show that there was collusion because when the clues we redefine does hooghly clinton's team bought uh a paid kit dossier and then they peddled the fbi and then the doj and the fbi were so convinced that kill week is going to win that they interpreted uh doing things that they otherwise probably wouldn't have done as career insurance so we think their scandals uh stroke think eight hundred they thought it was thought they were eager announcements started without problem will call no it did not it didn't have probable cause an house no parameters insufficient expedition than one thing i'll add just rings closed is that the person we got to remember is that hillary clinton did wrong with the unsecured emails but suffice to court.

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"hooghly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Get it if these people are destined to my country i don't like them screaming using obscenities in telling me what the conditions are of their visit tation gotten a losing and losing his shoe had gutter if they wanna have daca they should have those guys waving american flags and saying how happy they are and how much better this susan mexico will never but that's not their message it's complete give me this and then when you give me the issue old me this and then you won't even more that's not going to resonate with most people victor let's get your thoughts on this muller investigation uh where we are now on a given that that really is so good contaced of an albatross i think around the around the administration's knack uh there were democrats are hoping it's their political uh promised land where do you see things now well i think the inspector general's report and then the memo laos tells us committed a complete oil long but these are going to be cox on they're going to show that there was collusion because on the collusion we redefine is hooghly clinton's team bought uh a paid kit dossier and then they peddled the fbi and then the doj and the fbi were so convinced that kill where he was going to win that they interpreted uh doing things that they otherwise probably wouldn't have done as career insurance so we think their scandals yellow does no i think he android they thought it was no remillard buses announcements started without probable cause no it did not it didn't have probable cause hun how'd snow parameters insufficient expedition than one thing i'll add just.

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"hooghly" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Are you gotta be steve who you i'm hooghly and pickles bell all pickle yeah so i said are looking for clam as well let's see if we can find on her her meanwhile everybody in the offices looking at me because i was like an anomaly there to begin with with the crowd in there on the campaign and i said i got i just said clubcall i started shouting in this thing and he goes hang on the sick at their who lead puts his arm around me and clam comes out as they appeared pick up the five granting us what are you talking about so we get into a big and then it's probably my fault as well i can sometimes be nothing civil guys it cannot just give me defied grant we got a lot going on this week and an over quit with a b s otherwise even have steve turned you upside down my guys stimulus your guy he's misha that your guy and steve goes claimed with wait are half i grand we normally have enough money for de vera my god you're crazy as it command pickles all the fide graham was wired right into the account gary and he gets this look on his face plague someone wanted just told him on his show can the world and goes obstacle told you there then steve collier goes he's got his arm romney this huge gigantic linebacker from the packers inc is why don't i call him right now oh okay so he gets him on the fallen advocate of this i'm screwed i obviously i'd been misled and everybody in the offices looking to me like what smirks on their faces like you who old irish jerk and i said hey you know that money was supposed to he wired into the account i guess i was being asked right pickles screams at me what difference does it make as it sounds like hillary clinton a guilty and i said okay forget it i'm leaving now a humiliated walks scurry back to the car crawford's asleep like our he goes.

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"hooghly" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Ninety seven main street in blackstone massachusetts they smoke the good stuff talking about what matters to you to question though on wpro of the early all what it meant to the state was uh you know that it was a local rivalry game that meant nothing nationally because we were bad rebel for a couple of years and uh now i think it's obviously still something that excites the state but now it's it's a national game it's uh it's a national game ended has used in its aa ramifications for both teams i think that's kind of what we're focused on you know it's become a top fifty young maybe even a top thirty rpi game for both teams now so young the team that wins it uh we both obc have and so ably tournament uh goals and aspirations and the team that wins it down just got themselves a leg up on getting at large dead and i think that you know that's uh yeah that's what makes it fun i guess is a coach's there's a lot to gain from winning it um you know in terms of europe ablaze resonating who just get a great great wind feud optus what europe a garbage from dan hurley this is a big one in the state of rhode island and nationally in the world of college basketball the weird ways to be joined but ahead basketball coach of providence college at hooghly with us after last night's 88 84 to override or coach i warrior today the one great we will break coach tell me a little bit about what happened last night for your eyes regardless of the name of the opponent your kids showed some grit the final eight minutes to that one we are going to organise credit all too i thought defensively we had several breakdowns what are you and we co we found a way to win we did play off bashing found a way to win still getting better off you put it into the wind column is your move on stakes them it's a great start this and we've only got a very very hard our team to prepare for an average rhode island comes out of a coach in dubai your basketball team here through the first month of actually playing basketball games or if it is i think we're shoot reform the will of god for your out a.

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"hooghly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Kings 126 to eighty i mean if hooghly scored eighty points in an nba game as embarrassing kidding me that's 20 points a quarter it's absolutely pathetic man i mean i understand you're on the road trip whatever but the last five guys in off the bench and tell me you're not going to get at least 20 points a quarter in 12 minutes abacha ridiculous with a 24 second claude looks like absolutely ludicrous right there we see some like a leading corn sacramento come on foty devotes get back on the court lahti sun real qantas five atlanta easy covered air to a five and a half and game goes over finishing a tool six are you kidding me 126 to eighty the final there t wolves at home love this team good young team love karl anthonytowns yes he wants miracle marijuana to be approved look camp blame on what's different again mauritania snooka joint do i care i don't care if he do it in the comfort of your own home deal all you you're against it a year against we go watch you know cnn watch sanjay gupta was deadset against go watch and see all the good things that come out of it again in moderation not a different strains for this for that works works on epilepsy works on different day so check it out before he condemn it in anthonytowns coming out and not probably from his days in jersey you know growing up over there on the streets i can relate although he was on more south jersey than i was nor jersey in doubt but that's one thing that he said i saw that headline today to minnesota roles ninety '86 be covered the five against spurs team will yonder has a finishes at just one eighty four total was to night he while the cavs will come back and now with an under a minute to go leading at charlotte one eleven 105 this game needs and other bucking now one thirty one of of pushing the number of two eighteen and cavaliers going to winning over five hundred eighty seven plaza this a muchneeded win here under starting to get on a little role he while the raptors they won in houston the.

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"hooghly" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The way you a father describe the fun of him down there are definitely found life you know possibly of fine fausto with what yard ellie marzilli hooghly believes that in the catholic church a few years ago came out with a statement saying that a belief in ufos her extraterrestrial specifically does not negate ones belief in god they basically kind of told a search father sean that uh it's very conceivable that third lifeforms out there well we don't know so there is no definitive teaching on it right um by if there has to be certain theological questions answered what sets human beings apart from the rest of creation is that we have sole a dog does not have a soul nor does a tree or a rock or a plan we can tell naturally that humans are different and have soul as opposed to other aspects of creation like animals and plants because we have the youth of reason and common sense so that's how we know were created in the image and likeness of god and that god has specific designed for us in his creation that we are at the centre off his creation the purpose of his creation now if there were to be life on another planet we'd have to ask those questions does this life have the use of reason is it a plant or is it some sort of form that has reason has common sense and k in iraq like we do and if it has the reason then that's a sign that this form of life has a soul and has created in god's image and likeness so then we have to enquire whether the revelation of god to those life form swissmade have you heard jesus christ's do you know you were created by god the father and that he sent his son to sanctify out to redeem us and the holy spirit to sanctify and if they haven't heard that story of salvation we would have to preach it to them and maybe even of course baptized them it's not unlike the europeans discovering you know the native americans you know so i don't know i'm inclined to not believe in extraterrestrial life because i do believe that humanity was created in him in the image and likeness of god.

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"hooghly" Discussed on The Undefeated

The Undefeated

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on The Undefeated

"Um experience with with you know back hooghly meeting black people so they were coming from the place of ignorance and they were looking to do you know fun fun cartoons but but they didn't really i think understand what they were doing um i don't think there was any over the the very few actual racist and animation who were trying to create derogatory uh imagery but but they did do that through a laugh through ignorance media media year he's editor and publisher hartson bruin the author of many books animation historian from that standpoint land asked you are there any copyright issues with the current video that cheese he hasn't been these things are very close and i don't know how well guarded some of the imagery inter's animation or characters is but this seems close enough to potentially create a problem should somebody wanna raise one i i don't think there's any imagery all your work is original and the characters who all original designs uh i don't think there's any copyright issues of all simply because they're not the referencing thing but they're not copying directly um there and and you know there's a lot of leeway in copyright law that allows for for you know being inspired by something as long as they're not directly copying it and and and they're ardo characters or anything that that is it all a direct uh directly cake the from from an older cartoon those who are definitely olujic to and references to older cartoons so in general i mean if i asked you if you can get a little bit more wide based on this just from your.

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"hooghly" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"hooghly" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"To do this i don't know what they were thinking you can feel however you want but donald j trump is the president of the united states roundly and to deface the office in the way in which she did was unconscionable in my opinion it oh what i think he's gonna hang on who whatever delivery has ended it fired back at i'm happy that he had had fired her and i'm happy that he's getting all the negative it head and i think it's horrible that she hired a torney who tried to help her out of the situation it's taken as bility yeah yeah yeah absolutely absolutely as i think bill maher needs to sell a it's always fun talking with you about this because you're young in europe millennial and you get millennium in at millennial and you get rate into the into the crux of it as a pr guru radio i don't think so you all your rate on the bridge rate on the brutal shah here could ira thank you so much mark goldman at hooghly goldman mccormick pr please check us out awesome thanks so much we'll be right back cranky boise teen if you're.

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