24 Burst results for "Jalil"

Betting Summer Hoops

Behind the Bets

03:29 min | 2 months ago

Betting Summer Hoops

"Now to welcome in a somewhat regular guest here on the behind the podcast. A friend of mine. Brian win horse. Who is also in las vegas and we have yet to connect though brian how are you. I'm getting up at like five thirty on some of these days and teeing off by seven to try to finish before gets it gets ridiculous but i'm really enjoying it to be beat the heat. It is pretty ridiculous. I mean. I know it's hot in the summer but it's gotten out of hand a couple of times one seventeen the other day Tell you what. I bet you saw. Popovich getting up at five thirty losing some sleep perhaps because team. Usa not looking good right now and we know these sort of narrative with the international play is that they're more if more continuity usa is going to get everyone's best shot but this is this is really unexpected here. Oh and two out of the gates. There's another game coming up tonight. Eighteen and a half their lane to argentina. I liked them in the first half minus ten and a half but just in general is their level of concern here for a team. That's minus four hundred win the gold. Yeah by the way one of the things about tonight's game. I don't know how who's going to play for the us. They don't have a huge selection of wires only got nine of their Of their national team players because middleton holiday inn booker are in the final so they they've got some some other young guys there but it's considering it's back to back and not only. Is it back to back but yesterday's game was a five o'clock start and this today's game three o'clock local. I'm not sure what you're going to see from the us that game but argentina's in the same boat and Their in two so far so You know. I think there's two ways to look at this on one hand The teams that. They're playing her so much more talented than the teams that they were playing. Even five to seven years ago You know i. I mean i made a deal of this to you. Know they beat. Nigeria nine years ago when olympics by eighty three and five years ago by forty three but the team. They beat five years ago. Didn't have seven. Nba players on right and not only that but one of their best players Okafor jalil okafor didn't even play against the americans. He came back and played against the argentinians. On tuesday and fifteen points so they didn't even face a full scale nigeria teams. You can believe that it's not comparable but the other side of that is. The us team is loaded. You know two years ago. I went to china with team. Usa and they finished seventh in the world cup. And you know really was their worst finish in you know you know since two thousand four athens games which they still won bronze in but their worst finish over in the world cup and that team it. Just frankly wasn't very good. There was only one or two players in the whole roster would ever even been all stars and so while you can look at some things and see some cracks. That was not a representative team. I know that. Lebron and steph curry and anthony davis aren't playing but this is representative team. This team is loaded like a ten of the players. I think are were all stars in the last year and Almost everybody rotation was either all. Nba this year or should have been all nba. like durant. didn't naked 'cause injuries but trust me he's all nba player right so Having said that you see that much talent they should struggle and still win.

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"jalil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"jalil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And in his time there, you know, he's been a good player. You know, I like the first pick, you know, the first Pixar Valuable, but when you get down to a picks, 23 or 56 and seven Man. You still see guys that are showing up. I'll give you an example. Dalvin Cook in 2017 was their first pick in the NFL draft, which was in the second round that year. Dalvin Cook played. I mean, since since then Dalvin Cook is played. 43 games. The second, the third round pick Hat F lean The center has played in 50 games. Okay. Jalil Johnson. Has played in 53 games. Okay, that is the fourth round pick. You start. You see what I'm saying? So just drafted that he developed they developed? No, no, no, Not that they not only did they not just draft and developed, they played them. They played him. So the team that you see out there is a team that is all of guys. I'm looking at 2018 Daniel Carlson, The kicker There is you know, it was drafted in the fifth round is playing 44 games, but right there above him. The tight end Tyler Conklin was drafted in the fifth round. He's played 47 games. That's 47 games, and the guy was drafted in 2018 that also tells you they're not missing a lot in the draft picks is that's exactly what it means. It's exactly exactly what it means right on the other side will get to your top training stories. It's big yellow Jo Jo, this is K away news, radio traffic.

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Connecticut murder suspect arrested on Staten Island, New York

Brian Kilmeade

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Connecticut murder suspect arrested on Staten Island, New York

"Minutesto track down A suspect in Connecticut in relationship to a homicide authorities will extradite 22 year old Jalil Bailey of Staten Island. His bail will be set at a million dollars he has accused of fatally stabbing his sister's husband W.

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Two arrested in Seminole Hard Rock & Casino murder near Miami

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Two arrested in Seminole Hard Rock & Casino murder near Miami

"Of investigating police believe they have solved a murder at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Seminal police announcing two suspects have been arrested for July's shooting that killed 37 year old Pierrot Le Crows in the parking garage in Hollywood. Deane Brown and Jalil Thomas are now charged with felony murder with a firearm. Least did not reveal a motive.

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Protesters in Belarus claim president’s re-election was rigged

BBC Newshour

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Protesters in Belarus claim president’s re-election was rigged

"There's Bean 1/3 night of demonstrations in the Belarussian capital Minsk, as protesters clashed with heavily armed police. The rally's began after President Alexander Lukashenko claimed victory in Sunday's election, which many people believe was rigged. Our correspondent Abdu Jalil Abdul Rasul Elf has been following the protests. Another night. Another protest in Belarus It's Day three after disputed presidential elections. And this is how authorities here respond to any kind of dissent. Right. Police are using tear gas and stun grenades to disperse. The crowd that has gathered here in the streets off means people refused to leave, even though it's very tense here. Groups of four test has engaged in running battles with police dressed in black uniforms with helmets and shields. Officers fanned out across the street to push demonstrate his back. People continue together spontaneously for nightly rounds despite the total Internet account alleged fraud in Sunday's election. It's feeling anger here. It is a pity. Everyone always change young people. Older people. Everyone wants freedom and to live in a normal country, a European country. We don't want to live in North Korea. Without Internet without any freedom goes. I want all of our votes to be counted. Votes should just disappear. People shouldn't just disappear. Right, police coming, We have to leave. Early in the day, Our team was attacked by men dressed in black, who appeared to be security forces to take the camera away, they shouted. We showed our media accreditation in one of the officers ripped our colleagues card from Iran, her neck when we demanded it be returned. One of them last out with his battle as clashes unfolded, protests were constantly changing locations to make it harder to disperse now. Sound fell down quickly picked up by others as people tried. This gave the violence. Right. Police chase them wherever they went. And when they caught up with fleeing protesters, officers surrounded them and beat them with their batons. People in the apartment blocks food and swore at the offices. Go way resident screamed Police! Someone even threw a piece of furniture them. After several hours of cat and mouse, this tree stand common passing drivers kept honking their car horns in support of those who were detained by morning protesters had gone. They vowed to return again tomorrow. Abdeljilil Abdul Rasul off in Minsk to protestors, We've heard presenters rather working for official state TV channels have resigned to show solidarity with the protesters.

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"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"He needs to it. He's not going to be able to. Persuade people like media via people at Duggan Yep. He's GonNa have to really, and and so all those stories he told, and all that stuff for me I find that sort of bizarre. Okay fine, but I'm not his base. He's not talking to me. He's not he doesn't care what I think. Right talking to his base and I think that's exactly what he needs to do. In fact, disrupt write a blog about this He that's exactly what he needs to do. I. Do want to push back a little bit Al because there was some talk of the see about the question of how this would impact the corona virus in those cities, and as of this moment, and of course it's still too soon to tell what I'm hearing. Is that had? No impact, but it could be much worse. Sort of the message I'm getting right. And we'll find out and one they've. I'm learning from all of this getting back to the discussion of the virus. It seems to me that if you're outside. You'd with your even even if you're with a bunch of people. You are safer in that place that if you're inside with a bunch of people, and they might assume packed on how we think about these issues in the future, they just this is gonNA create a model. I think Peter Because if people don't if there isn't a sharp bow. Outbreak, if contract contact tracing doesn't lead back to the trump rally, then maybe it'll set a bit of a a narrative, a safer narrative for for people being able to kind of navigate around in buildings, and because there were a lot of people not wearing masks, which was very disappointed in his well. This'll this is a risk. It's a big big relief from his experience we will. We will, because you WANNA spend forever. Why doesn't Donald Trump wear a mask? Let me, ask another question. I I went to Walmart today. With frame that shopping and east. He told me this is Columbia. Missouri which is tends to be. More left than right, but there are lots of folks Walmart tends to be a place where where people of sort of shop. Getting generalizing, but it's. True about the way he described to me about thirty percent of the people were masks. These laws aren't being enforced I've said it over. I've been beating this drum since the middle of March is, agree there it. It's not a law. It's IT'S A, it's a regulation. Regulation, it's requests. We requested you for for their at the tour. Different regulation you know is is essentially a law but they don't feel I, it's complicated, but the but the, but the bottom line is. This is not a regulation while we massachusetts deregulation okay. I'm GonNa talk during and Missouri thirty percent, thirty percent of people wearing masks. And what's that about so we can talk about both bills. All topics..

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"jalil" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

15:48 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

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"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

15:34 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Open as they wish there being a heavily suggested that they don't open but the the the steps that she took aside which I understand where responsible for promoting social distancing that aside what ended up happening was that judge trying to answer for state governance by telling her she was selfish and irresponsible and therefore he was going fine and imprison her actually superseded the the guideline by making this a order from his court as an unlawful directive sell policy. Apparently he was way way. The Heck Outta line. So hopefully that's a model for any future judges who were thinking about doing the same thing. Make sure you understand people's rights in the law before you do it and I'll tell you one happening wrong when it comes to prisoners you know as soon as the virus started and running government decided to release more than fifty thousand prisoners. Let him go 'cause they didn't want to keep them and then obviously They tried to do for to reason. A keep the costs down. Also they don't have to be sick and at the meantime the difference between the chills anywhere on and Chelsea in America Children Iran owned by the government here many of the jails obviously the business and they have a huge lobby. Jalil there are no jails like that here in Massachusetts and ninety Massachusetts but there are many interface all the way down the south and or run by businesses and then many of them New York has private jails. I did not know that from New York all the way to south for that one exactly. I was so proud to have. I mean you know those people are lobby so to keep people down there because they make money now. This liberal made the following assumptions. The vast majority of private prisons are in red states. And maybe that's not as germs. I thought it was because that's not good thing. Think the president is owned by the government. That's my feeling de my understanding. Is THAT PRISONS. Jails prisons tend to be in read parts of state so like in. New York State for example Most of the jails not all persons are you know in in upstate. New York and there are plenty of food up there. They make their living around the. That's their primary place of employment. You know that Your Business and so it's not so much the state it's the part of the state and they tend to be read parts of states. I'm sure they're exceptions that But that's that's that's another complete complicate. I want to switch gears if I may okay I. We have a little bit of time. Left I to talk about the hospitals. Now we were told by. Fauci and others at the beginning of this pandemic that there was going to be an overflow of corona virus patients to had to create new hospitals on an and other buildings makeshift hospitals. Whatever they had to do they did now. I'm hearing that. Some hospitals are laying off staff. Now how can that be? And what can be done about it? You've already on the LEKA surgeries. I'm also hearing a lot of patients with heart. Disease and cancer are are are not going to these hospitals for fear that they're going to catch the virus there is a serious byproduct evolving from this virus. Folks and my second part is if the question is. Why are hospitals getting money every time? A Corona patient dies. At least. That's what I'm hearing. I've never heard that last one but one thing that I do know is that there are certain places where more hospital space was needed. New York. Certainly for a while there and it's dissipating a little bit there. But they've been other places where some of us as far as laying off and I think it's considered risky when you're performing these surgeries. You can't wear masks new doing surgery. I don't think I mean you can wear masks by nature. I don't is that during surgery though are they? Do they do all the time do the job sterile. Anyway of course you know I I. I wouldn't do elective surgeries in Boston right now. Only because there's a lot of cases still coming up. I think the some places where they can certainly restart that again. I would so h owning time you hold on second J h into elective surgeries and hospitals. That are laying off personnel. Are THEY LAYING OFF IN BOSTON? I'm hearing that one hospital is yes. Yeah it's a pretty widespread problem. H It is. Maybe the answer is to designate certain pathways into quarantine areas for elective surgeries. I I don't know whether the the air purification systems would allow that to be safe but yeah there are very part of that because because of social distancing their not allowing like I bet nobody in a hospital as a roommate anymore for example kroner y pieces. You're right they all by himself by the way. Well there's somebody wrote an article in USA. Today was one of those physician assistant. She said the reason they live. All of us go because obviously they make good money and says since there is no elective surgery they let everybody go and they just kept those regular nurses and got let go. Were related to the specialties. Like joint therapy and stuff like that exactly on the corona virus. Let's say no. No not the duck that I'm talking about the those Physician assistant but up to me. It seems to me right now. If anybody does not need to be in the hospital elective or otherwise. They should definitely keep on this emergency. Who decides what selective question because my wife is in badly need of any replacement actually needs two of them and she's in quite a bit of pain at times and I don't know how much longer she can and she's you right but it's not dangerous though. It's just a pain. Do you know what I'm saying? You could take now. There's a lot of trouble walking. She has a great deal of difficulty. Going upstairs okay. Oh how long is she? I mean all right. Her consultation not surgery but consultation was delayed. Once was supposed to be marched the sixteen seventeen then it got pushed back to May fourteen now April fourteen and now it's scheduled for May Twenty six and if it doesn't happen I'm not going to be very happy so gents. My wife just informed me. She had a an appointment with her eye doctor for treatment of Glaucoma the other day and he notified her Because they were talking about she just had a cataract removed by laser an lens replacement last year and what he was told this year they were comparing if this had happened this year despite the fact that she was would have lost her job by the end of the year because of her inability to drive. That wouldn't have been enough to override the policy. That's actually lose her job. Yes that's the eligible for unemployment based on that. Yeah unemployment disability. But here's my point real. He said that the electives are on. Hold at least here in. Massachusetts is because they feel somebody. Whoever such policy feels that they don't have enough. Ppe and Coronavirus related resources if they were to go to elective surgeries to be able to cover them close in case of some sort of outbreak rapid them. You know something like that so apparently. It's a cautionary procedure on the policy. Him But again who decides what's an elective surgery and what isn't well. I think it's threatening procedures. Bob Exactly. Yeah and just wants that Peter I think in H. is case he he. He's he's allowed to continue through with his cancer treatments because they can eventually become life threatening again. Well that's different right. But how about how about Donna's knee replacement? Well Obviously A. Jackie tells me that whether or not you can work is irrelevant. And that tells me that Jonah is not going to qualify to have surgery unless things change. Wait till they changed the policy right. Yup I wanted to share a story that things I like. I like hearing a sports talk. Radio I love. Espn radio at love. It for a lot of reasons. I heard this amazing story on on Story this morning a okay had you with a friend of of of theirs who got the disease and was in the process of dying was on a ventilator was making no progress at all and somebody at the hospital had the idea of showing him a picture of his wife and as soon as the person saw the picture he he got a little better so then they had the idea of like having the wife call on on her on her phone and doing some kind of face time or just a face time. Whatever he couldn't talk and that improved things a little bit and the bottom line is the story is and then and then they started posting pictures of his wife in the in the in his space and within a week of all this he got better. And you know talk about physical distancing. Bob Talks about physical distancing rather social distancing this is you know this I thought. What an amazing powerful therapeutic thing they these folks did. They couldn't bring the wife in for obvious reasons but they could they. Could they could reduce this physical distancing And I just thought that's an amazing and If only happened in nursing homes you've got patients in nursing homes right now. All they have is a bed a television and a window. That's all they have and they can't leave their rooms. How do you think I mean a lot of these? People are very ill. But how do you think it is these people? Maybe they need some sort of face time with their relatives guy at least others like these mothers. I- Sunday what are they GONNA do? Yeah I know and the other thing I do want to respond to your question in a in his It's not a very good answer but this is another one of those situations where community leaders need to figure this out. Because everything's going to be different. 'cause there are hospitals right now. Who aren't having trouble and they. I they gotTA figure out a way of it seems to be. The electric surgery should should be possibility for places like that but I like these places in Iowa Nebraska and places that we all talked about before where there are Things happening there. That are good. Those hospitals do be put aside. I heard a story about some hospital in Iowa that if they get better pretty quickly they're going to overrun this happening in in in in in sort of weird parts of the country that you know that we're on visit the problem. There's a lot of these are smaller hospitals. So it's a lot easier exactly overwhelm and they don't xactly capacity that you're going to get anyway but this is one of those situations where I think community leaders need to sit down with medical folks and say Okay. How can we? How can we make this happen? I don't you know I you know we've talked about this before. But this is one of those situations where the federal government and even the state government can't really help with this. This needs to be done locally with support from federal state government officials and That's that's my take on it. I mean it's the only way this is going to get resolved. Every area is its own unique characteristics. And and they've got to work very closely with their state government in order to customize at area so that it remains safe I working together which is a big problem. I wanted to talk about Michigan and I'll do it really briefly one minute awful. It's a shouting match. I was GONNA use another word but it's not a nice word between the Democrat governor and the Republican legislature in Michigan in. This thing is in court now. Apparently she has put out some rather strict stay home orders that are orders not advisories. I don't know if you're allowed to go outside at all or how that all works by. There are two laws that are in conflict. One that says the governor has the right to continue. These states have emergencies indefinitely. Another one that says after twenty eight days you can't continue it without the legislature and in a dogfight and they can't work together in shame on both sides and we'd better be able to learn to work together on this elective surgery and a lot of other issues and I think to the extent that we learn to work together. We will come out better out of this crisis now. I'm glad I'm glad we're all working together on this program and I hope to have back in another month to work together again to try to evaluate assassin to think positive about this pandemic gentlemen. Our time is up. I WanNa thank Jay.

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"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Is on let something is happening positive which nobody can predict stated on. May four the other veterans clohessy. How much diminishes in terms of the death problem they will be by? You can determine as remember within under two hundred thousand nine hundred sixty. I mean the weekly. They changes because as he season number. Data Done Jay Cutler Jay Jay. Donald Trump says. I'm going by the direction of these health. Professionals this is why hired them. I hired them because I trust and respect and believe in them. And they're not going to give I guarantee you one thing Jay and I also believe without short of reading his mind because I don't think anybody can the Donald Trump knows. We're not opening the country on Moss. Backup by May even said the other day. He said the other day though. He said I knew we weren't going to open it up by Easter. But look cheerleader of this country and it was totally aspiration. Now H Bob. We're going to have time to do this. In fact I see. We're not but when we come back I'd like to talk about how effective it is. Or how good is it for a president to be aspirational h? That was a great point. You is good. It is good for a president who I totally agree a fine line between aspiration and false hopes. We have the problem with aspiration. Aspiration involves trust if you trust the president if you faith in the president to use Christian terminology. If you've got if you've trust aspiration works great. If you don't trust and rebel. That's the petition. Then got a problem. You have a series this a few things that have happened that I don't like it off. For example they have said the EPA has said to the fossil fuel industry. Oh we understand. The price of fossil fuels has come way down so we are going to not make you do some of the reports that you were doing and we're not going to force we're going to hope that you don't pollute and then you report to us. I'm sorry that's not a good excuse to back off on environmental regulations here. What do we want to have another crisis to move into because you had an oil spill? Because somebody wasn't I mean please. That's the kind of thing that you do that makes us not trust you. Beat is trying to break out of time. I know that it. It's Kinda bad news. We're having a great discussion. I want to bring this back in another month. I'd like to you back in about four more weeks to go. Further with this great stuff I think. The listeners will be glued to show Feeder Al Jalil Mortazavi. Bob has shade. Thank you very much for your continuous contributions to perspect- very welcomes stay safe. Everybody and find something positive to do one of the things that I'm going to try to do is I've been learning how to use them. I'M GONNA TRY TO HOOK people up in virtual chat rooms. I'm going to be doing this with Donna. School her director all over. She wants to do it. And if more people can find ways to spread joy we need more joy right now folks. We really do. We're in a tough spot meditation. Yeah there you go jinx I love it I love J. That's good and J. Peter the Great. Jt thank you Jay. Thank you H. Thank you and please travel safe with. God's abundant blessing. Happy Easter as well from me. And we'll see you next week take care..

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"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"To nurses and all the On employees and through my audience which is thousands of and so when. I heard from the nurses take us take it from the audience. You know they send over and date beginning to see obviously humour hospital bailable means they are beginning to see to pass green a lot of patience. And what have you and the Kind of Narrowing it down so far we have about poor little four thousand dead and fifty six thousand still infected and we have about a close to twenty nine thousand recovered will but they didn't run. Which is I think that using the United States as a model which is Who got better? And they had no thin day at obviously try to from clause Ma and intact that Patient and they got quite a result. I think they are testing the very same New York and that model. Come from running buses over there and and as giving results and they doing the same thing I have as the weather goes little warm. I think we'RE GOING TO HAVE MISSED WIDE. Rece Pangolin on atmosphere. And what have you for example a little further down from me run? Saudi Arabia which is obviously close country not much contact with outside except as some military and the United States on that country. Only has Howard he desk for his evil cause warm country writing. It's warm over there like every day and you know eighty degrees and think that they are fighting country of Yemen. Voice has noah side contact because awards on and all that reported one case a liar pence on sold for one area. Just you know go jingle Saudi Arabia. The other side of go. Pm and other side and so if this report or at least and good How and you know rather wise they were talking about Dick Weather and was going to get rid.

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Here but they say porches. Congress they they have no agenda except the professional medical but been Donald Trump cheerleading. He has an agenda which is fine. I'm not because I haven't I haven't said that back to you on well. Here's what Dan before you do that. J let me let me respond to that. Because I don't know what the media outlets are reporting on regarding Dr Fout Doctors Fauci and burks. But I can tell you that in president trump's briefings they take probably of collectively with Q. and A. and stuff like that about between a half and two thirds of each of the briefing. Unfortunately now unless you watch those from beginning to end a lot a lot of media outlets are probably centering on how bad donald trump is and and these guys are genuinely giving some valuable information. Which is why president trump by the way chose them to be out there because he and he says Multiple Times. Jay If you watch the briefings you hear president trump. Say all the time. I'm going to go largely waited on the direction just because I may want something. Aspirational the the the people here. Meaning the epidemiologist and all the other highly respected healthcare professionals out on the daily briefings each day. He said I'm going to take primarily their direction if they don't feel it's safe for me to open the country. We're GONNA wait until they do. And by the way I I'll back I'll up. I've actually heard trump say that at least two or three times. I've heard him say stuff like that so well. Obviously that's good. I don't WanNa get into politics. But that's fine I but I you know I and the Bronx as the itself. Their voices industry. I don't hear from through media what they said. Okay here. I'm glad to hear that all right. Tell us about Iran. Yes please go back to I I to my TV show worldwide The begin to do some gift.

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"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

10:47 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

"Thank you. I want a few minutes first of all. I got some remarks that I wanted to make first of all. I am tired of the phrase social distancing as a matter of fact you have just heard me say that phrase for the last time on in perspective and also on my other podcast sports roundtable. I think that that term implies more of a mental confinement that it actually means therefore I will now refer to this as either safe distancing or physical distancing. Everyone else has the right to use the term. If they choose that's okay with me Just on a light hearted note for a second. We're GONNA find out how many people have complied with safe distancing at the end of this year or the first of next year if or if not there will be a won't be a baby boom. We'll find out if there's a baby boom then. There weren't as much compliance as no way hall bobby with and that's not. Here's why that's not true. Social distancing does not apply to your people that live in your home like for example. You and amy don't have to keep social distance. I know but you would be amazed at the number of people who take it that far. And you're right. It shouldn't apply to the home body but it but some people do that and I've heard from other folks. That's very if if they're doing it they're going to drive themselves crazy. Look there is one occasion where that is the case. If one of the family members either has or is suspected of being positive for the virus then you do have to be isolated from that person positive other than that. That's been the the way that it's supposed to work so far as I know exactly. Yeah let me take this a step further now. I think I'm beginning to understand why we are being saturated by government by media and by the medical profession about how we must keep our distance about how we must wash hands and how we should wear masks this and that all of us here on the show right now no better way to hear it every day. We know what we should be doing. I think what's going on and I have another friend who agrees with need by the way is that we are constantly being saturated with these regulations hour after hour minute after minute day after day because there are folks out there with little or no common sense who needs to be told thus bat is true. Yup People for example who are too close to each other in lines who are in the really. The worst ones were the ones that we're actually playing sports. They've actually gone to tying up basketball. And that's I've heard. Some places have actually removed the hoops from the Poles so that people wouldn't play basketball crowded not to mention the crowded beaches in Florida before the goal. Yes Yep okay. So there are folks who are not complying. And I think that and I'm hoping that this is why all of us whether we want to or not are hearing everything that we must do over and over and over again. Let me go a little bit further with my assessment. Then I want to turn it over to Al as Al has something you want to add in a few moments to okay. There has to be point folks where this country needs to establish some balance between getting the economy back slowly versus the virus now. Let me preface this by saying white firmly that we are paying attention to this virus. We know what this virus is all about at the same time. Domestic violence has gone up. Thirty five percent drug addictions of up suicides have Gone Auburn. Gone up broken families have gone up. A lot of things are happening. As a byproduct of this virus which may be regarded justice seriously as the virus itself. Were almost in a recession folks. And I'm also hearing that. A lot of the deaths that are being credited with corona virus may not be the result of Corona virus being reported as such so. That's another thing to consider not to mention the fact that the models are changing for the better. Obviously there were crazy two weeks ago. Two hundred thousand debts. Now it's down sixty one thousand by August. I think that if we do three things in this country could conceivably get back to some semblance of normality. Now what I mean by some semblance. I mean no. Let's not bring all the sports back right away. Let's not bring back the concerts. Let's not bring back a lot of the outdoor major gatherings that are coming up. Let's with them aside. But I think that if we follow the safe distancing US masks get this little blood tests that I'm hearing about which determined that are. Antibodies may be well enough for us to go back to work. We could at least bring some of the small businesses or suffering back to work at least some of them. I'm not saying bring everything back. It's GonNa take a while but if we stay status quo for a year to eighteen months. This country will totally be ruined. In my opinion I don't think too. Many people are advocating staying this way for a year to eighteen months. I think I've been hearing that. We may have to stay this way for you. Know three or four months. You know too much well. It might be but the idea is if you bring it back to quick. This damn thing is so contagious. You know the Spanish flu which killed all those people in one thousand nine hundred nineteen. It wasn't the first wave that killed most of those people. It was the second wave so as I said. We can comply with regulations and bring some of the economy back up and you know what else do not. We've got to learn a lesson from this. I heard Donald Trump say something that I didn't like today it was in the globe and he. I don't know if he said yesterday when he said it always soon as this over unless you've lost loved ones or friends in this. You've got to quickly forget this. No you don't forget it you've got to remember it and learn from it because if we don't learn from it we're stupid and what doomed to repeat possible to turn this over to Allen a moment because I know allies on my agenda well let me ask one more question. Is it possible that was all of the gloom and doom that the media throws at US constantly as a matter of fact? I it off a lot now. Because it's really getting to me. I would think that maybe it's just president's way of ringing a little bit of positiveness to what already major negative situation just to keep us at eight. Just look he's talking about trying to get this country mostly back to normal on May one. That's not realistic. If he wants to do that he could do that. Behind the scenes but to publicly say look I want to bring this country back by. May One he if he said I would like to. I don't know that we'll be able to but he you know he's just wanting to push and by the way people took this too lightly in the beginning whether it's China whether it's us whether it's the World Health Organization and everybody's just blaming each other now and who did better and who did worse instead of trying to get together to fight this thing to go so let me turn the festivities over to out al. You now have the floor. Good thank you. Bob And I've actually listened to All of this dialogue back and forth Some of its accurate. A lot of it is not a H. You just said something that is if you had if you had watched the White House daily briefings You would have known that what you said wasn't true so without you better explain that one right now my friend well first of all Donald Trump never said we'll be bringing this country back online may I. Donald Trump has no idea when he wants to bring it back before I on. May Four official hit that. They've been talking out were talking. He was talking about Easter Sunday which is okay. All RIGHT SO J. Let me keep the floor okay. Because I'm going to be bad cop here I'm going to be bad cop. This is a very serious unprecedented situation. And one of the things that this country has to do. And I'm talking about Any media outlet and I'm going to also bring up the politics involved because there's plenty of time to trash president trump which j h hold on. Please stop this. I didn't interrupt you folks okay. I'm playing grumpy. Bad Cop right now because the one thing I expect all of us to do is to wait until it down the back side of this thing before we go trump trashing okay. There's plenty to talk about. There's a lot of information out here. This is an extremely unprecedented situation. H You brought out yourself that the acuity on this thing is ten times that of some of the worst flu strains that have come out over the past thirty or forty years. The contagious -ness of this thing is at least a minimum of three times versus any strain of flu including H. One N one that we've seen in quite a long time so this is a serious matter whether we all like it or not whether we want to acknowledge it or not. It's very serious. We all have a plethora of things that we want to constructive things. I'm going to remain optimistic here that we all want to contribute and I'm sure we can each contribute mightily but this is a very serious thing. Let's stay let's US leave.

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Oscar Nominations 2020: Netflix Tops All Other Studios

CNBC's Fast Money

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Oscar Nominations 2020: Netflix Tops All Other Studios

"Year's Academy Awards were announced earlier today to nominees anyway. And it's a major sign of times for Hollywood Kanada Julia Boston. WHO's in? La with the details. Jalil Brian Netflix. Shares adding more than three three percent today after the streamer drew more Oscar nominations than any other studio twenty four nominations in total to net flicks up from fifteen nominations. Last last year net flicks is Oscar nods top dizzy which together with its Fox. SEARCHLIGHT has twenty two. Nominations and Sony has twenty. Now the question is is whether Netflix with two. Nominations for best picture for the Irishman and marriage story can win that top award after its Roma lost the best picture award last year. The Irishman with near perfect reviews is considered a lead contender. It's going up against Warner brothers. Joker which is the most nations with eleven nominations in total universal's nineteen seventeen and Sony's once upon a time in Hollywood both also have ten nominations now studios do benefit from the awards attention especially if they're films are still still in theaters such as universal's nineteen seventeen but Netflix will certainly also try to make this awards attention work in its favor. We can expect it to mentioned these nominations in marketing as it tries to add more subscribers and hold onto its current subscriber base and also as it tries to lure over more top content ten creators to work with the Netflix

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"jalil" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"H has picked up his third the clock stops with sixteen point five seconds left and down five the Tigers Jalil trip to the line for two boy, little triplets. Put his head down and bolt his way to the basket. He gets Paladini act. Boy, would he gets going. He's hard to stop on his way to the Cup. First free throw from the right hander is good. He's so strong. What a journal he is for Deb Damon Stoudamire. Joel trip is a sixty nine percent free throw shooter. He is three for three here this one after making that last one to make it sixty two fifty eight. Tom O'Neil holding onto the ball is the Tigers swapping places on the lane. Trip. Trying to make it a three point game with sixteen and a half seconds left. Second free. Throw is good. So trip gets them. Both six points for him Broncos lead sixty to fifty nine. Broncos have one time out left. It's a fulltime out. Frankish looking looking. And he comes to Keyshawn Justice Justice, nearly traveled but the call was not made despite the bench. Despite the. Tiger bench calling for it. Anthony.

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"jalil" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Trip at the line and his front end of the one and one is good Jalil trip who could do a little bit of everything at fourteen points, four assists against the Broncos at January has started each and every game this year for the Tigers. Second team west coast conference last year. Thirty six eighteen is a score and another one coming for trip. It's in the air and list. And what do we have? Ezekiel Richards called for a lane violation. So as equal Richard to adjust checked in. Kobe Lopez finally removes tonight debris that was on the four nice job. I our media relations manager, Sean nester. Well, two free throws made thirty-six nineteen is the score. Jason Justice Richards, Josh Martin and trae words, nearly poked away by Cabela's and control Justice to the basket. I off the window with the left hand he has eight first half points at the Bronco lead is back to nineteen at thirty eight nineteen beautiful NBA move bedtime by Keyshawn Justice Cabela's and trip in the we've out top left side of the floor Cabela's working against jayder stint drawing. Big Hank out bounces one into the mid block left side. This is towns wanting to go to work on Richard's spinning looking baseline a nice jump hook with the left hand. For Anthony towns. His first basket of the game makes it thirty eight twenty one SCU beautiful low post build that time by town inside of a minute to play here in the first half fifty four fifty three with eighteen timer gallon at trying to force words. The way back to mid court. He gets a running start throws to jayder Ston his three balls in.

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American General Walks Around Downtown Baghdad For First Time In Years

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:32 min | 2 years ago

American General Walks Around Downtown Baghdad For First Time In Years

"Although President Trump is pulling the US military out of Syria, the US troops next door in Iraq or expected to stay put there are about five thousand of them, and they keep a relatively low profile mostly sticking to US bases. In fact, it has been years since an American general strolled around downtown Baghdad well that change today and NPR's Jane raff was invited along for the walk. She joins us now from Baghdad. Hey, jane. Hi, mary. Louise, so how significant is it for US commander to be out and about walking the streets. Baghdad Email, it's pretty significant. Because really it hasn't happened for very long time. This particular commander was Brigadier General Austin Renfer, and he's deputy commander of US forces in Iraq. So he was taken along by his ranking counterpart to three star general named Jalil by now Iraq for the past three years. It's been busy fighting ISIS. So it hasn't been really as safe as it is now and all. Also, you know, the Iraqis aren't so keen to have US generals walking around their streets because they're Iranian-backed groups that think all the US troops should leave. There's the legacy of the war. So to help him walking around amid thousands and thousands of people was kind of a big deal. And did he have a huge security entourage with them? I mean, how he being protected he did have security entourage. He had a personal security detail, and they were armed, and they were certainly keeping watch. But you know, at one point we were having tea on this kind of raised platform in the middle of the street. And there were literally thousands of people who are jammed into these narrow alleys doing their shopping going to the pet market. He himself was wearing a marine uniform. No body armor, very relaxed foulest kind of the most surprising thing that in the midst of all this chaos, which you would normally think would be potentially dangerous. They didn't. Seem to feel there was much of a threat. And you got to talk to them shell we're out and about walking. What did he say about what he was seeing? And how he felt about it. So we have to remember that. This is a guy who has been through Volusia, you know, the battle for bluejean two thousand and four which was absolutely horrific. This is not his first time around. Here's a little bit of what he had to say the be here right now and see the city centre thriving. It's like an open market if you didn't know any better, you'd swear you're in any major city in the United States any major city in the United States. Jane, I'm going to be skeptical there did it really feel like Boston or LA. Maybe not. But I think what he's comparing it to is all the other times he seen Iraq. And that's what a Rockies compared to as well. But still it's not exaggerate Baghdad has quite a lot of problems. But for the first time in sixteen years since Saddam Hussein was talking when you talk to most Araki's, they say, this is the safest they felt in years, which he getting double. Takes from Iraqis in the markets and in the streets. What what was their reaction that was so interesting because you know, I would have thought that he would. But either people ignored him which kind of indicates they've moved on or they wanted to take selfies with him. There were a couple of people who yelled at him about the American presence. But by far most of the people were either bemused or seemed quite positive to see him walking around listening to you. And clearly, this is progress clearly this is something that could have happened even a few years back, but also feel so telling that it is still quite such a significant thing sixteen years after the us led invasion for US commander to be able to walk the streets evacuated. Absolutely. In one of the things. It says to is that even though ISIS has been pushed out of the city's Ren fourth and his Iraqi counterpart are very clear that does not contrary to other conceptions mean that ISIS is defeat. Waited. You know, I it takes a lot of effort by the Iraqi military in new us advisors to keep it as safe as it has been so all of those thousands of people. They're also backed by immense efforts that go into every Friday holiday making sure that attacks don't happen. They're very aware still that ISIS could still be out there, and they're not letting their guard down. Thank you. Jane? Thank you. That's NPR's. Jane Arraf reporting from Baghdad.

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"jalil" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Salihu unites forces by one voice fashion as power to shape people's minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through close patriots. There are also photos, featuring phrases, raise boys and girls same way, and quote, you are entirely up to you. That's very cute. They're cute Dionne has three sons of her own soundcloud rapper rene-charles and Jalil and fraternal twins. Eddie Nelson Angelea both eight years old excuse me. Did you sound cloud rapper? Yeah. That's what that's page six. I thought you said that as joke. She's a son Rene Charles Angelil, June allies that was a formal title thought. It was a joke. Like, I said, no like that go to his Charles on Jalil soundcloud, and it's like why can't he get a record deal? His mom is. Right. John dion. How many followers have hold on he's chopping? He's he's topping the charts of soundcloud their chart on. No. Well, here's the thing. But it's like why did this great grand and the world definitely needs the brand. Just the world needs to be brought to us by selene Dion. I look it's so weird celebrities randomly change their careers. He has eighteen hundred hours on on soundcloud, his last post was three months ago, and it got five thousand five hundred thirteen listens. It's called right now put this bigger that I've had up to your let me play his most popular one the kit await never stopped a week. Never stop seems like a good work place. A start. To start never stop..

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"jalil" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on PRI's The World

"There's been a lot of marches this year pushing for stricter gun laws at a recent rally in front of the NRA headquarters, Virginia, a new voice emerged. You know feels when you receive a phone call from STAN Shahida. There's been a shooting to tra- here. Jalil, Alba's it a grad student in Washington DC in front of the crowd. She's clutching a photo of her sixteen year old cousin. But here next literally rapes life from your feet. Jalil Bassett is talking about a phone call. She got in may from her family in Pakistan. Her cousin Sabika shake was gunned down at school by fellow student in Santa Fe, Texas, just outside Houston. Nine other people died to Jalil elbow set remembers, encouraging her cousin to apply for an exchange program for students from Muslim majority countries. I do remember very, very clearly that day and the place at our home when I went in, I said that you need to apply and I do not want to talk to you the next time and you telling me that you've not done that. So. Because shake was a high schooler in Karachi. She wanted to join the foreign service and saw studying in the US as a first step and video. She posted online shake talked about her excitement over getting into the exchange program. It's a homemade video. So the is a bit rough. Over him narrow tonight into that day because it will really sufficient for me teeing to Texas shake, posted pictures of their new friend, showing them how to wear a job. Then on may eighteenth just weeks before heading back to Pakistan. The school shooting happened and shake was gone after attending her cousin's funeral in Karachi Shahir Jalil Albus. It had tough conversations where their family about being safe in the US and their fear of gun violence, but she felt compelled to return if I did not come back to the US, I would always have a sense of an unfinished chapter. I think the center of what happened with her central. This conversation is located in the US Jalil, elba's it's back now and busy. She wrote an ad in the Washington Post and is researching the gun reform movement as part of her Fulbright scholarship program. But she says she can also feel unsafe on one of our calls. She was walking through campus and told me how she's extra vigilant now walking through the street right center of the George Washington. Lar- going across from all different sides. This is when sample of place where I feel a sense of herb lady. So sad. So sad, hearing how fearful Jalil bus. It feels at school pains and Kerr Adams who works at UCLA's International Institute. Kerr, Adams organizes seminars and events to make foreign scholars like Jalil l. bus it feel at home in the US despite travel bans and safety concerns. We're in Don period right now in internationally speaking. Pulling instead of reaching out Kerr Adams, own travels displayed in office at UCLA, including a photo of her meeting Yasser Arafat in Tunisia. Nineteen eighty three occur. Adam shares Dalil bus. It's experience of losing a loved one in a foreign country. Her husband, Malcolm Kerr, ran the American University of Beirut when he was assassinated in nineteen Eighty-four during civil war. In Lebanon, lots of people ask me why go back to the Middle East as well. It wasn't people I know who killed my husband. Kerr, Adams hopes Dalil Albus. It can find a way to turn her pain into impact. Jalil Elbasan says, that's the plan. I'm here to move a nice rest of my time here for some begun for this for this conversation for this movement for whatever I can do about it. The more she gets a grip on the gun debate. Jalil Elba thinks the US which has a terrorism travel warning for her country. Pakistan needs to reconsider how it uses the word terrorism in light of its own struggle. With gun violence. She says, terrorism, can't just be. Find by politics for mean growing up in Foxton. I think we, we came to find a resume, not really sensually by which group claimed responsibility for an attack. And what were the motives essentially came down how we felt. And this definition of terrorism fits what happened to her. Cousin says, Jalil l. Bassett. What's Beka felt in that moment was Derrer after graduating next year. She plans to return to Pakistan and work with young people on building piece in the name of her cousin Sabika shake for the world..

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Details On Kardashian Ep – Hollywood Life

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

Details On Kardashian Ep – Hollywood Life

"Family feud kadarshian versus kim and kanye the west the kardashians kris jenner khloe kendall chris's mom mj family friend jonathan and cousin sees the then it was the west konya kim county as cousins kim jalil and ricky listen introduction easy did everybody's like big fans of family feud yeah so we don't get it on how you being i've been good looking.

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"jalil" Discussed on About Last Night

About Last Night

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on About Last Night

"Yeah well and for all information obviously just just go to adam rate tv comedy oh sorry yeah comey dot com brad williams comedy dot com all all tour dates alien podcast dot com for everything if you wanna comment and say hey i'm i'm a bodybuilder and i'm sexiest fuck hell yea let's talk to you let's see oh by the way what you got craziest fan interaction story at the napa bottle rock festival buying a t shirt and hat and sweatshirt and i'm sitting next to jalil right why the dude i can see is like recognizing him and then buying this stuff and i say whatever and i'm talking to the guy just we're just chatting and then he just goes hey man his hand he goes i fucking love your podcast dude i i go go do that to every time you're on karol it's fucking so great we probably jalil then writing with yeah and then like does a quick again and goes but man you're fucking just the way i go jalil stuff to go anywhere nap is kinda my demo nap city man i go go so if you go sorry i go some day man you'll get a taste of it started that's like festivals i can't go any way man i can't buy any any paraphernalia without getting recognized and he's like he's crazy man you crazy that's all that was it was so cool dude because you forget that if you are listening this much and they hear your voice that they can pluck that also i mean if you're a real real comedy fan you don't just cure a voice and go i wonder what that person looks like.

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"jalil" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Tweeted in february of twenty seventeen jalil for in the past couple of days it's just a weird situation because okeafor wasn't playing yeah and then one of the supposed burner accounts under the name of eric junior oh their tune says asked jalil if he passed the team physical he will not say to lose another chance to play but i bet the farm that's what happened how that is what happened he he failed a physical but no one knew it no if you're jalil okafor's agent or if you're jalil okeafor this is criminal money yeah no this is this is lawsuit material right here so i'm actually guide you win win a major news organization like win sixty minutes has a story yep or when in advance tive team has a story and i don't know if he did this at the ringer or not i would imagine they did what happens is they get a smart guy in the room that that has no biases and isn't affected to run the story by him to basically it's fresh is right you i want you to be fresh is okay so i'm going to be i'm going i don't read twenty three page story that is just stephen better pretend for the it's the book okay for the sake of this exercise let's let's see bryan colangelo has denied having more than one fake he admitted to one fake burner account all right eric junior but no he didn't.

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"jalil" Discussed on Open Floor

Open Floor

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on Open Floor

"Yes and congrats you unsheath swag is a phenomenally looker race which is perfectly on random what you're about but and jabbari man is bumming me out it's trending in like a jalil okeafor direction right now he needs age and i'm sorry it just is and hopefully it won't stay that way hopefully new team will sort of help him rejuvenate things a little bit but look those words just jammed my ribs when you said i know it hurts me to rav cop philadelphia miami we got a question from greg in the middle of the third quarter he says this philadelphia miami game is the best first round game since that epic clipper spurs series of a few years ago perhaps it's this is an overreaction but to my is these are if not the two best teams in the conference at least to most physically gifted and exciting would you agree with me that the eventual winner of this series should be considered the favorite in the east there's a lot there i think before we hit the favorite question we should just talk about this series and two for me to my eyes i think that like this is the ultimate testament to that cliche like styles make fights because philly is great and his clearly the better team but this heat team is so perfectly constituted to bother like guys like simmons they they go ten deep with with athletes they have an unlimited number of fouls to throw at these guys and it's just very they're a great foil for a sixers team that is like a sending and looks like a legitimately great team and i we could not have asked for a better test in the first round and i have to give you credit here because on our playoff preview a week ago you said that this was the series you were most looking forward to and i didn't object.

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"jalil" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Whoa nbn anyway i was going to say some of you will think i've gone hollywood i didn't win so i didn't get to say that but then what was the other thing use on hal ashley jane an eye on first time we went out we went to see our you know heralded module and we saw it we sat through a twice so let's have asked me it was just like the end of the world for me at that moment and what was the other movie is said well that was a saint jalil closed club coach alpha cooler than alan click kula he wanted to take after i did my first broadway show appearing nightly he wanted to go in the studio and just tried to film it and i didn't do it is this regret regret i just my heart fell out of my chest when i when he got twenty died and that garage and was just close to me and i thought oh it makes me cry right now it was just such a loss well i i i took the opportunity to look at your first collaboration nine to five which which is such a form of the ad amazing to watch today because in some ways it fee was extraordinarily rebel down yeah which is in some ways have depressing because i would think that you probably thought at then surely 35 years hence we're not gonna be talking about the same things of harassment equal pay cetera.

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"jalil" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Two win your baby these are all known in the new body pearl was your own live don't jump fuel latvian prayer and in here i am wounded cortana the crown new when you're on lomu oh no this will pepper don't john what concrete jeff abdul jalil nafta traffic upon paul hull crown he none of cameras blair said oh no no no not waste well did.

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