18 Burst results for "Joe Vans"

"joe vans" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"joe vans" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"I think he would be in a better position now. His defense attorney eric nelson. I think a largely did a very good job and of course he's the guy in court actually doing the job so i hate to be Armchair quarterback but There were arguments to be made here. That i think would have been much more effective. That were not made. I mean the critical period. That really matters here is not the nine minutes and twenty nine seconds that they keep talking about because floyd was alive for almost all of that. It's not until the last ninety seconds that any of the officers have a reason to believe that he might not be breathing or there might not be a post. The last ninety seconds before the paramedics show up. That's the real Sensitive point for the defense. Why was he still restraining him. Then and not providing cpr in that ninety seconds of our on the jury. That's the question. I would want answer because up until that point floyd was still alive. He wasn't dead yet and did anybody answer that defense. Answer that at all. The defense raised facts that were relevant to answering that question but they never seem to pull it together into a cohesive. Answer for the jury. It's almost like they're they see it. So they expect the jury will see it but any stations on complicated topics. You know you have to build the narrative you have to hand. The jury completed explanation. You can't expect them to do the work to arrive at the view of events that you have so you say that murder in the second degree if he was if they do find that he was committing a felony then murdering the second degree is likely to happen yes. They conclude that he committed the felony third degree assault under minnesota law then then then felony murder. He's done all. They have to prove for felony murder. So i my will gut would say that. That's the way it's gonna come down if it comes down to that one question on on whether or not You know that last ninety seconds Was answered for correctly. I just i think it's just too much emotion and and And as you point out not enough answering of that question right. I think he gets that. I mean if it were me on the jury i would have no hesitation in voting. Not guilty on this. I have more than sufficient reasonable doubt but as an attorney what some expertise in this area. I perhaps see things differently than we could reasonably expect. So's jurors seizing there. So not low experts. Why would you vote not guilty. Because i don't think the use of force was authorized. I don't think it was unlawful. I think it might not have been trained but that's different than being unlawful conduct. I think that was a reasonable use of force under the circumstances. I don't believe he was choking the life or crushing. The life of george floyd. I don't think there's evidence that the only evidence of that is that floyd ended up dying but there are alternative explanations for floyd to that that are consistent with not having been caused by joe vans knee including the ninety percent blockage of coronary artery pathological hypertension the enlarge part the fennel the meth that decision to fight lease for ten minutes. Any of those things could have killed floyd without show knee having been substantial contributing factor to flights that okay so murder in the third degree. Did they make this case. What were the strengths and weaknesses of that But again at that all hinges on the use of force being unauthorized..

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"joe vans" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:30 min | 5 months ago

"joe vans" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Andrew Branca is the founder of law of self defense dot com, and we welcome him back to the program. We're just going over the charges over the last few minutes. So let's let's talk about all three of these charges and where you think they made the case or missed making the case. Start with murder in the second degree. Murdering secondary. That's the felony murder charge. It has to be predicated on the whether or not he committed a third degree assault. Um And frankly, it's open to factual interpretation. Whether or not you think he committed an assault. Do you think that use affords was unauthorized? Under the circumstances? I expect that, in fact, Children And other officers in the MPD have been using that exact same technique on suspects their entire careers and nobody has ever died as a result. I expect that no one was more surprised When Floyd died, then Children was. That's why he has not been charged with an intentional killing. Even the prosecutors don't believe he believed that he was killing George Floyd. If they thought that was the case, they would have charged him simply with straight up intentional murder instead of these variety of reckless killing charges. So that comes once his restraint of Floyd criminally reckless. Did he know he was creating a risk of death and did it anyway? That's really the basis, for example of the manslaughter charge. And do you think that the prosecution made the case or do they even need to that that you know they played the video over and over again, and it's excruciating to watch. I mean, I don't think there's a single American watching that that isn't emotionally filled with horror on what's going on. Does he have a chance of of Of anybody actually saying, no, that that wasn't That wasn't a felony in the third degree. Well, if the if the argument had been made more effectively. Frankly, I think he would be in a better position now his defense attorney, Eric Nelson, I think largely did a very good job. And of course, he's the guy in court actually doing the job, so I hate to be come across like armchair quarterback, but There were arguments to be made here that I think would have been much more effective that were not made. I mean, the critical period that really matters here is not the nine minutes and 29 seconds that they keep talking about. Because Floyd was alive for almost all of that. It's not until the last 90 seconds that any of the officers have a reason to believe that he might not be breathing or there might not be a post the last 90 seconds before the paramedics show up. That's the real, um, sensitive point for the defense. Why was he still restraining him then and not providing CPR? In that 90 seconds of I want on the jury. That's the question I would want answered because up until that point Lloyd was still alive. He wasn't dead yet. Ended anybody. Answer that it did the defense answer that at all. The defense raised facts that were relevant to answering that question. But they never seemed to pull it together into a cohesive answer for the jury. That's almost like there, they see it so they expect the jury will see it. But any of us have conversations on complicated topics. You know, you have to build the narrative. You have to hand the jury a completed explanation. You can't expect them to do the work to arrive at the view of events that you have. So you say that murder in the second degree if he was, if they do find that he was committing a felony. Then murder in the second degree is likely to happen. Yes, if they conclude that he committed the felony of third degree assault under Minnesota law, then then then felony murders down. That's all they have to prove for felony murder, So I might will gut would say that that's the way it's going to come down if it comes down to that one question. On whether or not you know that last 90 seconds was answered for correctly. I just I think it's just too much emotion and and as you point out, not enough The answering of that question, right? I think he gets that. I mean, if it were me on the jury, I would have no hesitation and voting not guilty on this. I have more than sufficient reasonable doubt. But as an attorney with some expertise in this area, I perhaps see things differently than we could reasonably expect those jurors to see things they're still not well, experts. Why would you vote Not guilty. Because I don't think the use of force was unauthorized. I don't think it was unlawful. I think it might not have been trained, but that's different than being unlawful conduct. I think that was a reasonable use of force. Under the circumstances. I don't believe he was choking the life for crushing the life out of George Floyd. I don't think there's evidence of that. The only evidence of that is that Floyd ended up dying. But there are alternative explanations for Floyd's death that are consistent with not having been caused by Joe Vans Knee Including the 90% blockage of coronary arteries. The pathological hypertension, the in large part the fentanyl, the mess the decision of Fight police for 10 minutes. Any of those things could have killed Floyd. Without a showman's knee, having been a substantial contributing factor to flight that Okay, so murder in the third degree. Did they make this case? What were the strengths and weaknesses of that? Yeah, but again, it that all hinges on the use of force being unauthorized. And if you don't believe that Children was killing Floyd with his knee, using excessive force with the knee, but merely holding him in place, waiting for paramedics to arrive. And you don't believe there was a causal link of death. You don't believe the need killed him. You believe at least there's a reasonable doubt that those other factors the heart disease thief, fentanyl, the meth. The tumor in Floyd, that there's a reasonable doubt that those other things could have been the drivers of Floyd's that not the knee, then it's not their degree murder either..

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"joe vans" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

04:56 min | 5 months ago

"joe vans" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"Feel like they got letdown. You can get them in the third round granted early third-round best ball dress right now. Dan are you betting on a bounce back miles sanders. This season a little bit of a change. There i mean he's. I was to have a new quarterback new head coach there. How do you feel about mile. Sanders and twenty twenty one. So i'm definitely one of the many who was burned by mr sanders. I was very bullish on his For his outlook last year But mandate he played behind one of the worst into blinds in the league. Just battered new five-man formation in almost every game A really bad football team last year with An outgoing coach and an outgoing quarterback I love miles sanders. I think he's an electric fact. I think he's a size speed. I agility combo. He's got efficiency. We've seen good vision. We've seen him hit the hallways break long runs. We've seen great pass catching ability and he broke. The doug peterson narrative. That peterson wants to split his running. Back burning southbound. I think he was at a seventy seven. Percents snap share. So i think he's gonna enjoy the read option Kinda like dobbins does. But i think he's gonna have a way higher snap share and so i'd like to see the team improve. Obviously you want to see that offense and better game script So you wanna see more rushing plays when they're leading. You wanna see more goal line carries. But i like the eagles this year. I think there are undervalued right now. The line play should be a big improvement if these are actually healthy And if they draft the wide receiver who a lot of Mock drafts are projecting I think this team has a chance of being a lot. Better than people think I think their their game total was really low. I quickly glance dot. From what i would have expected so i think might be a little ahead of the field on sounders if he's gonna go in the third round here that's you talk about. Teams that are improving and yes see the eagles improve and that's sanders will be the key is doing it The key to the jacksonville. Jaguars coming in. How many days baulky twenty. Days until the drafters days you got it. There's no mystery about this one. Trevor lawrence some georgia. We'll be headed down the right way in jacksonville which is a great place for him to be comfortable Kid grew up in the south. And you know. I just can't better matchup but what i wanna know which receiver benefits. Most i am a big marvin jones guy especially when i look at those. Tv totals over the last two years nine touchdowns each year Levinsky should all you know. He checks all the boxes. Dj charged around for a while and has been explosive with dukes mixture of quarterbacks that have been utilized there in the past. How what do you foresee trevor lawrence doing for this offense. How quickly you see him being.

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"joe vans" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

02:35 min | 5 months ago

"joe vans" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"I can't talk tonight. Apparently my co host is the defendant of commissioner fantasy football farrell elliott and feral the number of the night Tonight's hsf if i were brought to you by the number twenty because that is how many as we have until we are ringing in and beats twenty twenty one nfl draft. Can't wait for it. I know you're excited as anyone can get here soon enough. I am so thrilled about this draft. Oddly enough Didn't go the senior bowl. This year didn't have combine. This year is feel closer and more connected to some of these players than i have players that i've seen in person in the past so i and i don't know why I would say other than that. From our fantasy hobby. We have so much skill players to decide upon and so many very good teams that these guys could land with good situations. Good teams lots of skill players in the draft that we thought would have a Not a great depth account because many players stayed in school distract appears to be giving us a lot to be excited about. It always seems that way right. I mean it always seems like There's a lot of times when we talk about the nfl the upcoming nfl draft. And it's like. I don't know i don't know if it's going to be as good as is this past years. I don't know if it's going to be as good as next year's and then now look at draft. Yeah there's some pretty good running backs in it. Maybe not the deepest class ever There's a lot of good receivers in it. Maybe not the most top heavy class ever. We allegedly have the greatest tight end of all time in this draft to not to mention. Maybe as many as five first-round quarterback so it could be a very interesting night coming up in the last thursday in april. I can't wait for that and We'll bring you all our analysis coming up on tonight. Show we're going to be very rookie heavy For the twenty twenty one. Nfl draft on tonight show. We're from justin feels. We're talking about wilson about kyle piss and money many many more rookies A lot of good veteran now tonight we're going to get A champion of twenty three football guys dynasty in basketball leagues from last season alone. Dan prisoner aka joe beningo. Who's gonna talk. Jags receivers his favorite best ball. Stacks this year and a lot more. Shut up to the chat room Right now we got a ton of guys in there. Hudson kern read of kevin williamson. Dave the diso grzelak and many more. If you wanna connect with us on twitter you can do so at. Hsbc pepo or i am at eric baldwin..

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AI Takes Over Tennis at Wimbledon

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:32 min | 2 years ago

AI Takes Over Tennis at Wimbledon

"Security extrordinary secret that had tried disrupted world old rules of most of running backs anymore so what works mccain was pivoted the future will i an owner box subscribe wherever you get your podcasts this is tech news briefing im tanya boost those reporting from the newsroom in new york at in the uk tennis is in the air and technology is trying to make things fair at least on wimbledon courts thrown out at tennessee event is amping up the technology to this year's tournament aimed at stopping by is from automation 's explaining how after these tech headlines keeping it in the uk britain's competition regulator is reviewing amazon and its investment in uk food delivery startup deliver ru as he expansion of silicon valley giants heightens antitrust concerns in markets around the globe uk competition and markets authorities said friday that had served initial enforcement order forty amazon delivery deal preventing companies from integrating their operations well the cmec considered launching a formal investigation cnn without specifying any antitrust issues said it was examining the deal because they believe the two companies had either quote she used to be distinct and quote or had made plans to that effect in this one forcement orders are intended in part to keep deal partners from taking action that might impede the competition regulator her firm ordering remedies delivers that in may that amazon would leader eight five hundred and seventy five million dollar funding round in which the usa tech giant would become one of its biggest investors simpson says it thinks it's second quarter operating operating profit will fall fifty six point three percent worse from a year earlier this is due to sluggish demand for memory chips and nagging u s china trade dispute that didn't help matters according to the journal samsung said it expects operating profit to fall five point five six billion dollars from a year earlier revenue is expected to fall four point two percent the company will report final results later this month usa government issued its first public defense of a law that restricts federal agencies from doing business with while way technologies saying it had ample national security reasons for it and acting it the law put new limits on federal dollars going to while way and it's chinese rivals z t e u s governments defense of the law articulated last week in a legal filing comes just days after president trump raised the prospect of relaxing usa campaign against while way journals dance trump has the very latest at wsj dot com coming up tech takes over tennis at wimbledon here they extraordinary secrets secrets of habits right disrupted world the old rules of running backs and so what works mccain was pivot pivot to the future with will i am an older apple should subscribe wherever you get your podcast tennessee's in his here but by is from computer generated video highlights that may be a thing of yesteryear if technology has anything to say about it as you may know wimbledon or the championships is the oldest tennis tournament in the world but new efforts to bring i into the mix namely a project that tackles through hours of footage and automatically picks out be best shots from matches played on its eighteenth courts sam seat in eight klein executive i began the clubs tech provider explains this eighteen kohl's apply head is up before my uncle amending particular data's hundreds and hundreds of hours of footage the guy three i'm by using artificial intelligence to create highlights packages i'm where able to support the club hair i'm in providing content while stop frees up time in the ditch lettuces to be able to go and look at other companies might wanna create other storylines looking full and that will come to these two women having two point two million views of video content through the championships launch it do i choose is based on how player reacts and how much she audience applauds among many 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"joe vans" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You please play forever by the Joe van loan, quartet, who was actually the van van loan quartet, Joe had been lied for a while? They're in the ravens, and in the late fifties was backed up by Philadelphia who call the parliament, which we're actually like the new ravens of his beautiful temple song. One of the most gorgeous you're ever gonna hear from nineteen fifty eight fall of that year, and the fog's entitled forever. And this is the guy singing would here. Talk about tighty whiteys. This guy had tight underwear. With. The dream lovers.

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"joe vans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I figured it was. So you're the shop then come down and see some day. Well, you have to call on all the time, I work part time pretty much on the show. That's really flick. Okay. Take care. That Joe good to all right? Hey, you never know that you're gonna talk to the show. I saw the caller ID come up and I was like Joe vans, and I used to work with Joven. That's all. He lived in new braunfels. Betcha to say one sure enough. I mean, how many Joe Vincennes could be new braunfels? Yeah. That was years ago. Man long long time ago telling myself you are giving away my age. Anyway, let's go to Bill online to Bill. Thanks for calling the hood. How can we hope you today? Today. It's going great. Had a little issue come up today. Putting around town mayors and AC just like cut out. And so I thought to myself, maybe there's not enough free on the low pressure, switch. My just kept it from kicking in, and it wasn't cooling as much as I thought it should have been taking too long to cool, the car off. And then we started driving around coming out of the, the big shopping center, and Mike gangbusters. You could hang meet inside that car. So I was just wondering is, it's a oh, two Toyota Corolla are there. Little tricks of the trade that you might be able to tell me about you had a bad AC clutch relay. Bad AC close relay. That is most common problem with that system in that car if it's working, and it gets cold at any point, it's not a free on issue. So definitely don't try to add anything to it. But yeah, the clutch relase go bad on those quite often. And basically, what happens compressor doesn't. Come on and run. As often as it should. So that's the first thing I would start off with. They see click really. Okay. Appreciate that in a little note on the gasoline, buddy, my needs to pool fuel, and he used to go out some mom and pop places out in west Texas and stuff. There's a difference between branded gas and unbranded like it's a little bit lesser of a quality, and I guess, as the mom and pop shops, you know, per load, when they get livered. That's good to know that is going on. No that. Well. You're talking majority that fueled comes out of the same plant. So I mean, you know, where's the quality of the little research on that maybe the Brandon does like the bottom of the barrel, send it off to everybody gets filtered as much? I don't know. Yeah. I think. Yeah. You know Chevron that Tekere on. And, you know, shell has their little stuff. They add to it probably just bare bones minimum get by the federal regulation sprained at gas. All right. Go. All right. A little bit. Really appreciate that. Yes. Erbil. No problem. Have a good day. Thanks for listening. Phone lines are open to one zero seven three seven twelve hundred. Let's go to Larry on line three. Larry. Thanks for calling under the hood. How can we help you today?.

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"joe vans" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

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"joe vans" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"That was proud of this year is closed now because they wrote a law Zeke, Elliot, I gave I gave I'm Bill and I made this abundantly clear I gave the not labia Bill and Todd Gurley a little better than Zeke because they can catch the ball Zeke worked on that. He became more proficient at catching the football. So he's elevated himself, but I'm still taking girly because that do go get me twenty two very good. That helps a quarterback a lot. But hollow what does lean? Yeah. Running the leader have a quarterback. Oh touchdowns or yards helped me out. I think you want touchdowns. Should be asking. Last year when Zeke missile six game. Look if he what you said you. So he didn't have is all pro left tackle any didn't have the driving force of the defense, Sean Lee, and the defense was fatty, and he still went nine and seven last year. I don't I did it would you believe Mike guy has the second. Most wins over the last three years to Tom Brady. Jeff Fisher he'd had. Wow. Wow. Issuing you know, he's done some good things Li you got to separate your. Doesn't bad thing to have been Joe van still seven point favorite in this. Disrespectful. But I do still seven. You give me seven give you Jack. What will you just said their garbage say, I think you conversation more you've got Jared Goff on your side, I deserve seven for Jared Goff. We'll give me four. He's giving patriot giving a charge of the poor. You got Philip rim to outplay bresca. Eagles face the same Sunday. But a lot of attention is on the future of Nick foles. The reigning Super Bowl MVP has won four straight playoff games. But he can become a free agent at the end of the season less. The eagles. Give him twenty million dollars Bleacher report says it will be a free for all for foles in the off season. And an anonymous exact said to expect a quote, Reggie White like pursuit white was a highly coveted free agent when.

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"joe vans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Wait wait exactly so now i'm closer to one seventy five eight to ten pounds light right now but so i have the opposite problem of most what is your weight i weighed myself today one seventy seven many pounds light yeah you look like you're wasting away i well you see me when i was like one seventy four is really wasting and you were gone most of the time i had that bug my ideal weight is one ninety five i'm right now at two one and a half so what do you do oh you've just get sick that's the best way to lose weight when i to build it back up basically i just have to remember to eat when i caught the bug i couldn't eat anything see for me eat one meal a day i'm still have trouble keeping your weight down no no i gained so much weight during the trial okay it was it was a bad scene it was a very bad so you address eat i well that was like pressure cooker yeah i'm the opposite like if i'm stressed i forget now yeah so then you know guys always go for the cheap joke may survey coffee shop near duke university where a lot of the kids in faculty stop in before and after going to school the shop is called joe van gogh canned coffee shop so the other day a guy named larry mineta who is a university vice president was in the shop ordering tea and a muffin a song came over the speakers called get paid by young dolph the song uses the n word several times and contain some inappropriate language manetti told the woman behind the counter that the music was inappropriate for public setting she agreed immediately turned it off right away apologized and even offered to comp his tea and muffin he insisted on paying and then left the store thirty minutes later the store owner called and fired the girl behind the counter as well as.

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"joe vans" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Boo that's c you could totally have a good podcast with that's the lighter news that's how you can tell it's good shit is correct my friend dustin chin on twitter pointed out the story it was like in contrast i used to be a tumbler that was nothing but pictures of asian sleeping in libraries which is like it's right which is like a thing that i think is worth bringing up like racism against asian people is like making fun of them not comparing but like it's just stark that it's so different whereas like you can't be black and sleeping at yale or you get the cops call on you and then another duke university vp walked into the campus joe van gogh which is a coffee shop her to rap song demanded that the employee is be fired fired for wrap this is such a this is like a nineteen eighties like some student council woman it's like a a sketch that would go in a rap video this music is on constitutional here you hear you you know by the end of the video that woman in like a judge's robe is like dancing on top of these negroes do want this man i i just came up with that fire late that track for we're gonna use that later gadd this thing that we it is oh my god i i mean when when stuff like that happened in the eight or no like like the rafts are talking about in the eighties so it was like kind of.

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"joe vans" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Ray considering going talking to mr bradley when thelma and louise came out the huge prediction in the press was this changes everything we're going to see so many more movie starring female characters i'll be right back is in now that moment i finished trans director in my life for many many years and with the nomination and headline it was like oh i guess is is new for some people some people are really in their hearts their threatened or they're scared and they're not going to be scared of for it's just a quality emily my wife for this idea she wanted to have a website called muslims having fun which is just muslims eating ice cream and writing roller at laugh in having fun because she gets to see that most of america does it you can deconstruct joe van they really to make this israel's and the way that they are singing we are the interpreters of dreams and we have a chance to lionised beauty and truth an honor and justice only through originality schmitt had been treated so bad all these years fleshtoned toilet it is time for change martin so many movies from different points of view that are making a ton of money don't do it because it's better for society and representation even though it is do it because you get rich russian the guy the number would go and see wonderwoman sitting in a theater in hearing women cry this the action extravaganza an something clicked i'll say this is what white men feel all the time and all these women are happiness experience for the first time imagine is going to be the same thing with people goes he black panther.

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"joe vans" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"joe vans" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"So you almost some bad don't you think that book you morning joe van but you do which informed the do stupid beds drove the been this club let me know shimon bbc effect through the both them from woodward of like a new model meaning new bottom club bob assault red tape recorded and do is wonderful ran towards thinking i'm thinking can you suggest you'll trade yes todd both by ghana's zulu sue you hit a clump of back does like it seemed like you lied the thing between guys do woodlike united have uclass hit humor is gonna be a little strange things from jose kupusovic sandbag hit metab inadco came with a home is the commission was you can even imagine if we're of as they have for you john lewis and the aim burial the three give nine thirdly girl and brittan mode woke up to the game in yet i saw it you plug don't even see no broadly leo says cedras you luke in that you can't even take my eyes off you just was second girl telling you do that is through a lot of embassies ever had sex with ed enough tell the new she is so studios got not s let's glass thinking about the balkans dis they have both denied miyazu on the bear golden around and i'm latium in downtown charleston wave big give dawned on your would in town lay down the road and all you just two way yoon lackey girls girls meaning medium degrees.

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"joe vans" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Hill controlling villian potent votes the way to jericho and they do it the main way from jerusalem to ramallah and of course in addition to that strategic importance there was an added symbolic incentive we knew that the king hussein these building his palace though hug i also knew that telefood was a wellguarded position and day we find though today on this sixth of june the early in the morning that it was faulty flight by thanks it blood moon than brutal in the company of tanks soon after dawn broke you how el brigade commander fully bonaly gave in all deal out to conquer to think that it four and at eight am be charged dukes abodes offend all the tweet ponca dc and it was up to the shooting and so forth and joe van runaway at least pulled them was fake believe a big supplies the vote to fake dopey 9 o'clock in the morning we will be on this area cleaning for jordanian searches were people killed on telephone i think the two three or four soldiers were killed on deliver fully active israeli soldiers his lady so joseph coors but the desert day angel down in a way of i don't remember exactly but the boat than fifteen so just drilled in in or more were killed on decision was there also any resistance by the local population there was no no population no no civilians oil deal nothing was populated on deliver food it was empty.

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"joe vans" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on Israel Story

"Shootings and so forth and the joe van runaway the least for them because they believe the big supplies the both to fake dopey 9 o'clock in the morning we will be on this area cleaning for jordanian searches were people killed on telephone i think the two three or four soldiers were killed on diller fully to give israel soldiers his lady so joseph coors but the desert day angel down in a will i don't remember exactly but the boat than fifteen so just drilled in in a more were killed on decision was there also any resistance by the local population there was no in population no no civilians oil deal nothing was populated on deliver food it was empty a between was a populated with people in but that will all india a saw buildings and no one was on the sleep dover frightened i believe so you didn't even see them not with incentive nobody was on the slit nobody we didn't see any other people there i ask a guy as they were charging up the hill he thought about the locals people like the koutoub family palestinian jordanians were about to become palestinianisraelis or for that matter if he had any chance to think at all about the danger or about jerusalem's old city which was just a few miles away during the fight this of the the tie him to stay in is it then jewell loyd you are moving them day with the full so succeeding and they're the fli the feeling when you are on the top of the and the glee in in lille form enemy this is a good feeling goes jerusalem was like a new offence language the un's and it was very very impressive.

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"joe vans" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"I'm not sure anyone had a better career start well maybe ted williams okay definitely ted williams look that went up anyway while we're saluting judge let's pay proper hamid to the big hurt okay i have to admit i can't imagine being part of a fantasy league not participating in one i mean being a player in one having people come up to me and say i just traded for you or i just cut you or how could you not get that one extra you're argued messed up my stats so i can understand seattle's richard sherman when he said yesterday the players don't care about your fantasy leagues he was speaking in the aftermath of some major injuries on the seahawks roster sherman pointed out that when a player gets carded offer hobbles away could be the end of a career it could be his last shot he's thinking about rehab supporting a family he's not thinking about whether a fantasy teamowner just lost starting running back fantasy football has become such a massive business that it's silly to rail against it as if that might put the genie back in the bottle but it's still worth reminding those who play the while reducing players to a bunch of stats may work as a fun shadow pastime to the game itself the game itself is still plagued by human beings and when those human beings are injured or career threatened what comes off a fantasy scoresheet should not be and is not anywhere near the top of their concerns it was nearly five years ago the kansas city chiefs linebacker named joe van belcher shot and killed the mother of his daughter a young woman named cassandra perkins shattered ten times before driving over to the chiefs practice facility and put a bullet in his own head.

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"joe vans" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"joe vans" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I you know i mentioned this yesterday but joe van tests a painting that we would hear this from the right and we have uh from the most base of spokespeople for the right jesse waters who oddly enough ms very surprising met saying that he is i'm just saying that he really does fit the profile of a lot of these guys who are marching right college why thinks that it's comedy to go down to uh chinatown and interview people who don't speak english and when they're called out on it for being a hacche racist lame segment gets really aggrieved emotional theories has a plum position in life even though he is absolutely no talent fits there's a lot of agreement associated with this and a lot of people had to sexually harrass a lot of other people for jesse waters to get to where he is today but here he is taking issue with all of the insistence that donald trump actually address the neonazis who rallied and clansman who rallied in the white supremacists who rallied ending in the death of at least one person and the injuries of of 35 others and not to mention the the two state troopers uh who went down the helicopter um because they were dealing with this protest but but the direct the direct line between the deaths of this woman and an the white supremacists but here's jesse waters nsa people who don't like donald trump saying islamic terrorism are urging him now to say white supremacists up her party who called islamic ter out of it now.

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