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Ubuntu Podcast

01:13 min | 10 months ago

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"Fu Sat, mascot was unveiled, and then this name came to prominence within the community. I can only hope it happens again when the new mascot is unveiled later this year. huhne's emailed. US I think our member in one of the episodes. He said that you used antenna pod as you'll podcast manager antenna party, open source, and the lead developer is now working on version two of the APP. It's an important update with lots of bug fixes and improvements to honor this step. We now looking for a new logo an APP con. We'd love to get the help of designers for this. We've published a request on open source designed Dot Net, and I was hoping you might be able to help by sharing coal. We have more details available at Antenna pod dot. Org Slash design brief if anyone's interested. Now I use on ten apart and I think it's great and I hope that they don't change a inversion because it's crates. You can continue using version one point one or whatever yourself you've which your cell phone because you hate change. They change it once, and I have to get used to that so I'm sure it'll be great once it's changed, but yes, we'll have links to those places where if you have

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"huhne" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

Mueller, She Wrote

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"huhne" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote

"On a really great things to say. He's so funny. How are you good? How are you both do agree You're doing great. How's your weekend Jordan? How's it it was great? I had four okay fun fact so a friend that my mom now has because they met at our live d. c. show randomly They're like very good huhne's yeah they're very good show they did remember that. I remember that lady. Yeah apparently they were It's a married couple. I don't WANNA use names in case they think that's weird but they were talking to my mom not knowing that my mom was my mom and then it turned out that they live like twenty minutes away from each other. So they're really good friends now and The got or she wrote bringing people together. Yes the the husband of the group came to San Diego so me my dad and my boyfriend Ryan Brian. We all went and hung out and showed him like brewery and had some fun. So yes neko friends. Yeah there Shiro he did you check out. We went to fall brewing. Yeah Yeah so freaking good people are have said this right and it's happening for your family to which is really shows like I like met. I've made friends through your community so it's really nice. Yeah totally totally. He's really cool. It's we have the best listeners in the best fans and they're also like generous with their heart in time and yeah great grey dating side. Great friends side. I can't recommend it enough Yeah I'm good to the highlight of my day. So far was that I had some fresh squeezed orange juice. which was the primary safari simple? I just ask lads just some shit that it's the little things is important. Yes Oh yes all right we have some really league great things that are going to go on in this show but before we kick it off I I do want to get into my not new favorite segment. I was corrected elected by calling it new for too long not new. You know. It's like when you're training as a waitress and you just want to keep that. I'm in training but for like a year or like student driver. You're a bad driver. I've thought about putting guest drivers sticker on my car. People are Nicer Sir. Refusal to accept that time is moving forward. Yeah always knew. Yes if somebody on twitter said this year has been a hell of a week. He's two high. That's the worst thing I've ever heard. That's really funny. Well I I can't remember cool. Sorry no probably do but it wasn't me how about that. So Fair enough. Yeah all right. Let's let's let's get into the corrections Ah Oh I made a mistake. All right eight from Nancy Norton Wendy was first implemented Kentucky. How to Democratic Governor Shears Father Question Mark and they did implement the Medicaid expansion? Many.

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"huhne" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"I gotta think that just you gotta think that they've reached that point for some countries and some people it takes longer authoritarianism is hard to hard to put down depends on how brutal they are Medeiros been very, very brutal and traumas was also very very brutal. But I have to think that they've got enough support. They've got enough international support and backing on this if they can just convince more and more of the military to defect they can just do that. And that's what they're trying to do right now. The actually going there delivering leaflets to military bases there slipping under the gates this. Hey, you got Anisi if you join our 'cause you've got Anisi, but what they've got is. They've got the the majors colonels those people have all been cut in. So they've got to somehow believe that their major colonels not gonna shoot them as they walk out the door. And that's not easy to do. If you want liberty. You have to be willing to fight for it. You can't just be willing to stand out there and say I want it that doesn't do. Anything you have to be able to fight for it. We'll be sure to keep an eye on that Andrew you said your top story is alcohol and power go hand. Thank you. Ballpark hall and power night. I'm going to begin with the premise that you own your Asaf against and whatever you wanna pour down at is your business as long as you're not driving, or you know, ruining your lawn mower or something crashing into a mailbox. It's it's you putting anyone else in danger. This is a better way. Paying? Thank you. Sync problem with somebody ruining. There were lawn more and it's newer Bill box. It's everyone needs a hobby. Right. So when you when you get to a state to state level, there's all these weird alcohol laws that are still on the books. Oklahoma where I'm from. We kept pro prohibitions going to like nineteen fifty six or so we just went strong with it. And we also we were still drinking the mayor would go to like the VFW, and they'd have a keg. And then they'd call the cops to let them know to come busted up, and they all scatter. So it was like that. In a go to church in Idaho, Perot's for my ranch, and you know, where the churches right across the street is an old saloon, and they all go out of church and Mormons they would all go or salute some not all of them. But some of the more go over and saloon, they're just like, look, it's the west God and everything I need whisk. There should be. I'm a cowboy. Bishop. I would not. With adults. So there's there are all these weird books that are laws that are still on the books and one of them just felt out in Virginia which I'm excited about because these irritate me so much so in Virginia and Massachusetts as well. It's been a legal for years to advertise actually in Massachusetts. You can't have happy hour. You can't do that. They're gonna interfere with the business in Virginia. You can have happy hour. You can't advertise it it's legal to do that. And it's this weird thing to where you can say we're gonna have half off drinks. But you by law can't say I'm going to have to for one drinks, there's lots of gag orders. Like that they're in the works Virginia. I think they've got the ABC the alcohol bureau out bureau commission, which I think means they've got socialists liquor stores. I think I know Pennsylvania does that Pennsylvania has. Yeah. Which if there's one thing the government doesn't need to do it supply liquor. We can handle that government. Thank you. We're not one on top of that a gentleman in Virginia and the DC area. Huhne's three restaurants to them are in DC. One of them's in Virginia. And he sued the state of genu- going. Look I wanted to be able to use the same advertising. For these three places. I it makes sense for me to have. Hey, Thursday night. We have two for one drinks. And I can't do that and Virginia. It's hurting me. I'm actually kind of impressed that he did. He went the economic route from what I can tell rather than the free speech route just because I don't think we should overdue that for fear that that might become more difficult to use an actual freedom of expression cases..

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"huhne" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"I gotta think that just you gotta think that they've reached that point for some countries and some people it takes longer authoritarianism is hard to hard to put down depends on how brutal they are Medeiros been very, very brutal and traumas was also very very brutal. But I have to think that they've got enough support. They've got enough international support and backing on this if they can just convince more and more of the military to defect they can just do that. And that's what they're trying to do right now. The actually going there delivering leaflets to military bases there slipping and under the gates this. Hey, you got an STI if you join our 'cause you've got Anisi, but what they've got is. They've got the the majors the colonels those people have all been cut in. So they've got to somehow believe that their major colonels not going to shoot them as they walk out the door. And that's not easy to do. If you want liberty. You have to be willing to fight for it. You can't just be willing to stand out there and say I want. It that doesn't do anything. You have to be able to fight for it. We'll be sure to keep an eye on that Andrew. You said your top story is alcohol and power go hand. Thank you to the ballpark hall and power night. I'm going to begin with the premise that you own your Asaf Agha's, and whatever you wanna pour down at is your business as long as you're not driving, or, you know, ruining your lawn mower or something crashing into a mailbox. It's you. You're not putting anyone else in danger. This is a better way paying a single problem with somebody ruining. There lawn more and it's newer Bill box. It's everyone needs a hobby. Right. So when you when you get to a state to state level, there's all these weird alcohol laws that are still on the books. Oklahoma where I'm from. We kept pro prohibitions going to like nineteen fifty six or so we just went strong with it. And we also we were still drinking like the mayor would go to like the the FW and they'd have a keg. And then they call the cops to let them know to come busted up, and they all scattered. So it was like that. In a go to church in Idaho, Perot's for my ranch, and you know, where the churches right across the street is an old saloon, and they all go out of church and Mormons they would all go or salutes, not all of them. But some of the more go over and saloon, they're just like, look, it's the west God and everything I need whisk. There should be. I'm a cowboy. Bishop. I would. With adults. So there's there are all these weird books that are laws that are still on the books and one of them just felt out in Virginia which I'm excited about because these irritate me so much so in Virginia and Massachusetts as well. It's been a legal for years to advertise actually in Massachusetts. You can't have happy hour. You can't do that. They're gonna interfere with the business in Virginia. You can have happy hour. You can't advertise it it's legal to do that. And it's this weird thing to where you can say we're gonna have half off drinks. But you by law can't say I'm going to have to for one drinks, there's lots of gag orders. Like that there are in the works Virginia. I think they've got the ABC the the alcohol bureau alcohol bureau commission, which I think means they've got socialists liquor stores. I think I know Pennsylvania does that Pennsylvania has. Yeah. Why? Which if there's one thing the government doesn't need to do it supply liquor. We can handle that government. Thank you, not one on top of that a gentleman in Virginia and the DC area. Huhne's three restaurants to them are in DC. One of them's in Virginia. And he sued the state of genu- going. Look I wanted to be able to use the. Advertising for these three places. I it makes sense for me to have. Hey, Thursday night. We have two for one drinks. And I can't do that and Virginia. It's hurting me. I'm actually kind of impressed that he did. He went the economic route from what I can tell rather than the free speech route just because I don't think we should overdue that for fear that that might become more difficult to use an actual freedom of expression cases..

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"huhne" Discussed on Threedom

Threedom

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on Threedom

"Recently spoke to by mailman in depth, and his voice has one of those puff out. Millon in depth in a city. Just the other day on a chili dog. When he came up delivering wrong up your, but and I decided he was talking about how he was gonna come back with something else. When we come back. I'm back here at ten pm can fly win. It's with other. And then I was like, wow, he talks like that. Like that was one of those things like Pronger from Africa. But it's one of those things do hear it in Khartoum. So people have kind of two. Yeah. Charming to see a person. What did he come back with some cooler stuff? You only got your loot. Cray gate may clip Huhne's brash mummy. Five minutes. Closer dip shit. He had. Because actually ten minutes what he's in ten minutes. And he was delivering packages news come back with the regular paper mail. So they had a plan. I know I'm going to bring only half your stuff, and then walk for he had explained it with a did have fun realize that guy could do the voice by arbs are all full of rail. I haven't gave this now again more. I don't think I've ever gotten into any sort of conversation with my male. I think I've met most of my male men and they tip them at the holidays. Sure, we do that. Oh, nice of you know, tell you something can I tell you something we used to in our old place. We used to have the same male UPS, whatever for the longest time long is. Star though. And then all of a sudden, we would get a person who. When we said. I don't know. There's a little dance. Little did little doo dads. Get. Get. Good down tonight. So this person has gone both who did whatnot. So then it started to be just people that were there for a few months, and then it would constantly rotate. And we would rotate the the same people came back. They never came down. So just be it would just be new people every few months. And that has transferred to our new home where we've been for the last few years is that we don't have. We started the same way where we'd have the the regular guy, you know, every single time. And then it would be every few months. It would be a different person on now. What government job would you most enjoy probably that president of the United States? Really? To reach for the star our loved open. My finances up for everyone to.

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"huhne" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on Conversations

"I've been minded and and and indeed. Careful and and compassionate towards families who have lost someone in a place abrasion intone have there. But generally speaking, I think medical practitioners peps because I belong to a carrying proficient a more open to what might be saying some form of correction than. Security forces often when you're holding Enquist if you know if the person's been dead for quite some time, then evidence, I suppose quality of evidence to tear at a time. There's a case study here of a woman named Joyce Jemaine and from two thousand nights, can you tell me about her case or just two men's death is the most mysterious death that I took within nine years as a Karna. She was. An American woman who came out to a stranger in the early eighties. Some rumor that she might appear nectar Bonani way, she came out here. She developed mental health problems. She live quietly and peacefully in darling host sorry Huhne's and about a week after her death because the mental health team that she was working with hadn't seen over week or so we're concerned about her the place break into flat and found dead. What state was she when they found? In a very strange state at first cloud. She would probably think that she died. Violently. Clothing was in disarray. There was at strange hard hat on his stomach a hothead hothead her construction workers had head. There was a accord of an iron around her neck. And there were there were various things in her bathroom, and laundry, which were out of place the place look deserted. Ben ransacked had anything been stolen from the place. Time to know. But it didn't appeal there was money found in the flat. So it seems unlikely robbery was a motive. Well, you know, we really don't know. So she's fending long on the floor. And she's got clothes strewn about dress pulled up to a Nick hot head on her body is according to Nick, that's right. So what do you do with that? Well, I what did happen was that? The affirmative pathologist went from glade with the place. Investigators in the frenzy experts frenzy convinced Gators and search for. Well, trying to find clues as to the cause of death. That's the first thing. She had turned that very superficial injuries the code around her neck had not inflicted a fatal injury. All really, right. Yeah. But she hadn't been hanged. She had not been hanged and she hadn't been strangled. There was no evidence of that. Now, physical evidence of it I pinpoint to put cause a medical cause of day. No. So the pathologist came up with three hypotheses icon from the mall, but. It looks on the face of it that she may well have died more people quote on natural death. But how she got into this situation with this amazing state of disarray is hard to know one of the one of the curious features of this case is that. In the in the building that she lived in. There are a number of people who used and sold drugs and one of the people who became a person of interest of name him. He was a young guy. I said it. Can from a Muslim background and it was. He was the person who it alternately turned that probably I found her dead. Hadn't run police ring police because at the time he was on an ice binge and he presumably didn't want to speak to them in that state. He also probably figured out that found with the did body in her flat was likely to raise suspicions in a state of. In that site that he was in exactly. So in any event. For quite a while the police, and indeed I very suspicious of him. But I can't have you that it was unlikely that he had her. I think what happened bows that she. She had somehow or other. Maybe died naturally or something that happened. Maybe she'd even died of fried. I don't know. But that he had come into flat possibly in the company of others. And then been surprised he had been in her flat. Sometime before with a few others who are taking drugs when she was not fair somebody had access to have flat..

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"huhne" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"In Springfield, Illinois. Hi, Michelle. How're you doing? Great, Dave. Thank you. Are you better than I deserve what's up. Well, my question is my dad wanted to put my name on his his property, his home. He doesn't own anything on Huhne's outright as a security. Anything ever happened to him. I would just take position of house and my husband and I are wanting to buy a house next year. And I'm wondering if having my name attached to his property is going to affect anything I want to do when we live just out of state. No. Unless unless he didn't pay his property taxes. Okay, which he does that he, he'd it. I don't have to worry about that, but if he didn't see now you're one of the owners and if you don't pay the property taxes, you're liable, right? You're in a partnership now with your dad. Well, the other question is he he's wanting, he's he's got the house up for sale. Actually. He's trying to move and he is wanting. The problem is, is that he's trying to get a VA loan for the house he wants to buy, and he wants to take his name off the property to where now mine I'm the sole name on this property and that won't affect VA loan one way or the other. You can't do. It connects me stuff. He's doing. He's just making up crap. He has no idea what he's doing. He's going to create a disaster in his own life and in your life. He needs to stop this. Okay. Let me let me try to explain it to you. Okay. He's hitting anytime on individual gives another individual even your own children more than fourteen thousand dollars a year. It's subject to gift tax. So I can't just give you a house. If I just hand you house about his, you know, d. two house to you randomly, whether I'm your dad or not, it's subject to a fifty five percent gift tax of the value that house. So he's going to get his. He's going to get hammered by the IRS if they find him doing all these quick claim deed moves that he's doing and it doesn't. It's not the right thing to do for estate planning anyway, for state planning, you're better off to receive the house through a will. Then you are by having your name on it because of stepped up basis. Okay. And only go back now if they're going to do the tax gift tax thing. It's the law. They're going to the gift tax thing. He has not seen any financial planners. He's not got a tax attorney. He just making this up. I can tell. So he's not done it right. So this the transaction needed to start with is subject to gift tax because he screwed it up. Then he puts it over in your name, the rest of the way it's going to be subject genn for the other half that he didn't give you before, and it's not you that's going to get hammered. It's him, but it's at a tax rate of fifty five percent of your this house. So you need to stop this crappy. You can't just make up your own laws. Yeah. Needs to out until his house tells. Yeah, so so nobody finds his name on your name on the stupid thing and don't put your name on anything else again, because it's stupid. He needs to go get an estate planning attorney and get a will done properly. Okay. So number one is gift tax problem. There is a way to give you a house. It's called a unified state tax credit, but you have to do a filing on this and I'll guarantee you Bubba, who's making his own laws, didn't do this filing. I don't want the house or needed. He..

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"huhne" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"He did, but he was just asked this again, and this went like Brian Little viral on Twitter Vero. If you ask him what is favor movie is he gives the craziest MOS Longwood. Movies and cinema is great. And yeah, and he uses to say he's a politician and he's never seen a movie. See, that's the thing. I think he's trying to convince you that he's seen every movie, but I, but I don't know if that's the, he's either every movie or he's never seen a movie. He's seen every movie. They show him every movie in some private theater all day three day. Silver screen cinema, I love it. I love it. Thinking ever do TV. No, I don't think he will prestige limited. No. 'cause like who? So it would be a movie star movies. Yeah. Like, I think he's one of the few people left. I wouldn't disagree with them. The old guard that would say like TV devalue what I do. Yeah, because the thing is too. Broadcast is video game playing on twitch. That'd be great guy. Love him. Just talking about video games. He'd never gets around the plane. Oh, what's my favorite video Game? Boy. There's so many of you play like Donkey Kong Country on twitch. You can play anything on Twitter. Maybe I'll start that. Doing Donkey Kong Country playthrough. Yeah, people like older games. People do. Speed runs wanna, do slow and steady. That's how you speed, demon speed, demon. Yeah, I don't like reading about his financial deals for these movies, sue where like Michigan possible heat is just pay. Doing it for the love of the game. No love the median screen mission impossible to. He didn't take any up front money, but he negotiated thirty percent of gross ticket sales see me seventy five million dollars on that movie. And that was the second mission impossible like this most recent one he's gotta make so much more. So I think actually for like no other reason than that, he won't do TV because it's like, why would I do TV? I can do one of these mission impossible movies and make a hundred million dollars and almost killed not all that the money for eight. You know what? It might not be all about the money, but it's all about pleasing fans. Maybe some people just want meals made for them. Their spouses staff Huhne's. Yes, I was. I wanna give one more two more weird things one he he was in seminary school to be appreciate fourteen and then left. Why lady in their fourteen bear the to be dang altar boy because they're like, oh, we got one wants gotta live on second one. He refuses to licenses likeness for action figures or video games. That's a weird one because especially like a guy that's making money, I think you said he doesn't need that money seem being like, you know what? Give me half of the Michigan possible toy. And yeah, you can use me. It doesn't want somebody. I guess you do a lot of stuff that. Video games. That's true. Sifford Zeno. No, not seen you Tom Cruise year. Nee? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Damn what a man? Yeah. Let a guy from..

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"huhne" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on Fantastic Geeks (and where to find them)

"Huhne's puny humans you're at my mercy whatever and then she was up your we're like oh my god it's again came in with a choice actors actors bring choice when you walk helps us all vaughn strangle is the very powerful dead fair he's a leader he's very strong he's such a leader oh he's very bold and with a very feminine side though sometimes cookies oh joint jorgen actually doesn't hurt anybody he does juergens or is it a right the wrongs that's the griffin nor him then he will he will right the wrongs he he's very frustrated because cosmo gets out of control they want to do is keep other and watch my soap operas it's all i wanted to do and he's married he married to that he married the tooth fairy to because he's the griffin and then timmy's the solar and causing all this mischief that's it you know and the fairy world that's it last one one tips guy show et then me they're also perfect oh totally well this is he ship is due chip is responsible because he has an album that he wants to get out and he does he he does do concerts the twenty four th can i use your phone you know he's he's into advertising albums about their he's timmy's pal he's a performer he doesn't he doesn't kick timmy out of his entourage she hangs with tim that's true he's charming wow the hero guys.

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"huhne" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Him he may not those things are disputable what's not as that it's a legitimate conversation so i would suggest to those that want to make the case for jordan don't make the he six nevertheless in the final it's not going to hold up it's not gonna hold up with people who come after you is gonna come up in the hearts and minds of fans today and how they judge success and the fact that already lebron's made seven consecutive finals maybe he'll make eight is just undercuts the argument and i don't know what the right andrews yet i think i know where it's going but i'm not sure he can retire near he could get hurt think crazy things happen but the profession argument is hard to hard to make i think can have it be a lasting argument respectfully i would suggest to you if your team jordan that you bring up the fact that he never missed and the way he will games and how he changed the league and he created people who emulated him now he destroyed all time great careers and turn guys like karl malone and charles barkley and i mean almost gary payton ewing huhne's ago and patrick ewing into footnotes in history when any other time those guys would have made history they would have been chapters in history and for everything you want to say about lebron james he hasn't been able to do that to some of the guys has gone up against right that's it's not the perfect because they're not perfect argument doesn't work it doesn't hold water it won't win it won't win if you want to weigh.

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"huhne" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Walkin down the street wani he pass stop the window saw the picture so sweet baby they were hugging and he turned aside who from these were maybe oh sleet the homer that brad brad tom okay that's eleven brothers you know if you talked about duet singers you know you can't beat them unless you play the every brother scores but our and charlie leuven and that's from their great album tragic songs of life and the song what is home without love is one of those ten patty songs from the late nineteenth century that eventually made their way into country music what is home without love although in this case ain't the loovens learned it from the monroe brothers who had done earlier and you'd probably the late thirties we played ray and anna patterson they never recorded extensively but they did a lot of old you at teams they probably the chief disciples of the blues cowboys for example and worried raanana doing the house where we were wed we started out the set with dom fleming's done song he got roll akea i've called lonesome river blues but it's part of an album that you ought to look into yatta consider mega it's it's to alison eighteen songs in it is called dom phlegm presents black cowboys and it's part of a what's it called african american legacy recordings on the smith smithsonian footways able and it has old time cowboy songs like see here a good bowel paint a homeowner range tan nuts in the devil's tail oh chisholm trail but also has a lot of other songs like the ones we heard start a good good time string band huhne's and blues songs regret assemblage and another thing that makes it great is it has a pretty extensive booklet included that sort of the history of black cowboys tradition a history that we all ought to know something about because one historian estimated there were at least five thousand cowboys who participated in that culture of course in the old days when you'd see a movie on black on cowboys you almost never see a black cowboy unless it was cal comic role or as a cook or something like that but but african americans played did everything on on the trail drives and again this is on the smithsonian focus as valuable and it's dom fleming's present black cowboys how are we doing owner cartoon thing someplace in cartoon right back.

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"huhne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"huhne" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on Get Up!

"They are the team to beat in eastern conference they are they will not be in the final they play houston or golden state the western conference champ will be the favorite but they just they are flat better than cleveland right now lebron james is the best player in the world he has less help any as ever had before the sixers with embiid are the team to beat in east if only someone had said that a while ago weird pelicans this is a series it's very confusing before the pelicans nothing series lead portland has zero answers both anthony davis and nikola miratec they're facing elimination one word for y'all own 'age damian lillard has three times make overs as he has field goals when defended by your guy to holiday dame's averaging five turnovers per game in the playoffs nearly twice his average in the regular season why is this happening while the pelicans being up three oh after winning two games on a roll that's the number one surprise issues huhne's no doubt about anthony davis is the quintessential big man we talk about his greatness and you have three worse for him ryan vp so let me go deeper to the box score drew holiday bees while he's able to do that he has the size he has toughness and embarks say styles make fights when you wash the portland trailblazers play their two best players are dame lillard and c j mccollum while they're terrific scores their slight of build drew holiday regime rondo bill playoff tough john rondo has unlocked this team sports happened in dog years this time last season john rondo was leading the chicago bulls.

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"huhne" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Our respective counties napier says he's not opposed to coordinating with the national guard but it comes down to how the plan will be implemented for npr news i'm steven seg in phoenix and that story on president trump's plans to deploy the national guard along the southern us border now onto anthony huhne's report on facebook and australia angeline folk is australia's top official in charge of privacy she points out that according to australia's privacy act companies that collect users personal information have to keep it secure and inform the users how they're collecting and managing it the investigation will consider whether facebook violated that act when they gave australian users data to the consulting firm cambridge analytica australians were among eighty seven million facebook users worldwide involved in the incident the firm is accused of using that data to influence the two thousand sixteen us elections and the british referendum to leave the european union anthony kuhn npr news beijing economic reports due out today the commerce department reports on the us trade gap for february and mortgage company freddie mac reports on this week's average mortgage rates row financial markets asian markets mixed by the closing bell the nikkei in japan up one and a half percent the hang sang down two point two percent you're listening to npr news from washington teachers in the biggest school districts in oklahoma are continuing their walkout for a fourth day over funding issues oklahoma's governor has signed a bill giving teachers a sixty one hundred dollar raise but teachers say funding for facilities in books and supplies is far too low to properly educate children meanwhile in washington teachers at anacostia high school walked out during classes yesterday angry over the condition of the building educators tell the washington post that the cafeteria was flooded in the toilets were not working they say they're action represents mounting concerns over disparities between schools in.

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"huhne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"From wbur boston and npr on jane klay senate for thomas broken this is on point golden globe emily tony award winning actress mary louise parker is known for owning the stage in weeds the west wing angels in america the broadway play proof and the film fried green tomato now she's taking on the literary world with her first book it's a series of letters to the men in her life who she says shaped who she is this hour on point actress mary louise parker on her literary debut deal of mr huhne joining me from new york city mary louise parker the new book is called dear mr you so great to have you with us thank you so much thanks for having me so critics are calling this book dazzling they say your quote poets prose is lyrical funny sad strange and very often beautiful and quote the letters are a little characters sketches aren't they is that how you describe them i think of the the book really it isn't my story um the book it's it's really a bunch of thankyou notes as how i look on it and it's just little snapshots little illustrations of moments that affected me um specifically through my experiences with men and it's just a a little meditation a little celebration of the male gender and uh as a positive buck can it's meant to be full of gratitude in an and it's just a celebration of men that i've found heroic and compelling in our who held a mirror up to to me we know you from of course the west wing angels in america fried green tomato sauce how weeds you're acting has so often been praised as intense and raw invulnerable and i think the same can be said about your writing here what gave me the idea to structure this book as a series of letters to men who shaped your life um well.

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"huhne" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

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"huhne" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven seven from abc news this is perspective closer look at the league's top stories and the stories you may have missed i'm sherry preston coming up ordinary people overcoming extraordinary circumstances i kardashians this week a judge in california ordered a restraining order against rob kardashian after he posted explicit images of his former fiancee lap china on social media firm all your calls it revenge warne abc's lindsey data's spoke with the victim after being the target of her she saw online attack last week i would like the first and foremost bank digitize fred grantsinaid this restraining order reality star model black china vindicated in court a restraining order granted against rob kardashian the father of her eightmonthold baby dream incident that started it all china's former fiancee three old kardashian posted personal and graphic images of china without her permission on social media accusing her of cheating on him and using his money instagram has since shut down his account and china has denied all allegations i was devastated and i'm looking at this like how call somebody to me and i was very fair focus on like if you could do is what else could you possibly do kardashian social media firestorm started off with a video china's sent him at her kissing another man why did you send rob a video of liu with another man if somebody keeps poking actual poking natural poking actual keeps poking at you you're visually you're going to pot and so i was just i maybe if i full video for him then held his lee will now is there any truth in key things that you were still too gather at the time is that possible that that says explanation i guess for lashing out in this way will not allow more rob we have actually been broken up since december the china's new attorney lisa bloom says it doesn't matter when china broke up with car dashing she says either way what he did by sending those revealing photos i was illegal an act of revenge poor in california revenge porn is a crime a civil wrong and a form of domestic abuse all three it doesn't matter that you may have given the picture privately to someone voluntarily that doesn't mean you consent to have it be posted on the internet for all the world to say after court a risk sponsor from rob mr huhne's be.

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"huhne" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"huhne" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

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