17 Burst results for "K. Glaus"

"k. glaus" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

06:52 min | 9 months ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"New way. We can say her name. Hello hello are i everyone. These shirts look great anyway yet. But i think that that is a good explanation. Why to how how. He could come back in time but they couldn't use but they couldn't actually do that because they wanted to give you the impression he was a human and then they gave up on that but then they went. Oh shit we didn't actually shoot that scene with him. Slough the skin off sites like fuck it. We don't ca like. I think it's a thing that you if you get hung up on the terminator coming back from the future in a time machine. Then they are completely autonomous. Cyborg rope magnetic polio. When does your suspension of disbelief fall away. Your little detail that. I mentioned that as a film mike. You have to respect your own law roy. Moore i mean you have respect for your own law. Otherwise otherwise you know. Civilization goes to helena handbasket. Doesn't it yes clearly. Now i have a question for everyone when it comes to terminator salvation. Do you find that. Terminator salvation is lacking as a terminator movie because it lacks the time travel. No no no actually actually not I know a lot of people Could a lotta hates on that movie. But i'm actually liked it I think it's a. It's a cool movie and i think it fits in in the whole or and i thought it was fun to do for one. See a bit more of what happens in the time line where everything is pretty much. Fuck the actor. I was trying to remember. I think sam worthington right yeah. That's okay yeah he osa I love the fact that we see. We get to see the prototype muslim. Wanna one rolling kitting as during his. Cgi on impression and you know what there is a little bit of credit to be given to that cgi cameo. I know that arnold the time was governing california. And so yeah. He wasn't going to be in the movie and so when they see. Gee i'd him. It was absolutely cartoon cartoony i. I didn't mind that that. I actually the i guess that would be the first four. Movies right terminator. I loved terminator. Two i think is the my favorite one of all. It's the one. I've seen the most rise of the machines salvation then genesis and then Dark six okay all right. Yeah so the sarah goals. But i like ovation was okay yeah sircana. Chronicles was a fun tv series. I loved it. I couldn't i. Couldn't i couldn't believe it when they act but i was. I was like dude. What are you doing well and also sarah connor. Chronicles is better than genesis year. But it's it. Shares it shares plotline in terms of time travel of them going to the future and overstepping things in the pilot episode of this era connor chronicles. And so yeah. I would i all that great. He isn't good summer. Glaus awesome all the time. All of a sudden i mean the whole. The whole show was good. Would it only ran to season right. Yes yeah Out around the time of the last season right of course to salvation skelton a nine and i moved to la in two thousand seven. And my buddy. James has told me. Hey you got was steer car chronicles turkana chronicles and all of that seemed to be really close so did salvation end up killing the tv show. That's my question maybe place into it really many just because the the the time on it doesn't matter because it's it's it's not again. Tom troubles really video a plot point. So it's not. There's nothing that can come back and mess up and the know and sarah connor chronicles takes place in a completely separate universe. Let alone timeline. So i other things. I don't know i just i that's a that's a show that got axed way too early yet in credits should be mentioned. Todd mike right. I forgot shirley. Manson was i. Don michael says how is The t. o. s. constitution class. Image public domain. Actually asking for myself this time. Not a friend touch actually wants to know about that. Particular image actually was not public domain. It was royalty free cam cam says. Hi stephen scotty good to see you at todd. Michael hari Cam cam says the shirts look great. Well thank you thanks. That's all steve. Shirts t. by the way remember when the consumer electronics industry thought three d. Tv's we're going to be a thing. Three tv off that's true. Actually there are a lot of people who still love them. And i would be if it weren't the case that they don't make three d television anymore. So i would i when i bought my new. Tv the seventy five and samsung. I i would. I wanted a new. Tv that was had good for caig. Good hdr and they just don't make three d. tvs anymore so correct in a. It'll be sad. It'll be a sad day when mine.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on KCRW

"Solving previously unsolvable problems. C three AI From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ailsa Chang in Los Angeles. And I'm Mary Louise Kelly In Washington. Some 80 years ago, a British prime minister and an American president met on a ship. And signed a charter that would lay out the principles for how things should look after the Second World War. This is a meeting, which marks forever in the Patriots of history. Taking up by the English speaking nations. With all this burial to mouth and confusion. Of the guidance of the fortunes. Of the broad toiling masses in all the confident that, of course, was Winston Churchill, speaking after his meeting with Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Some historians like to say their partnership saved the world and there were some echoes back to that today when President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met for the first time in a seaside town in England, NPR White House correspondent Franco Ordonez was there, Franco Hey, Mary Louise. All right, tell us about this meeting. Well, you know, the leaders agreed to a new version, an updated version of that famous Atlantic charter that Churchill and FDR signed. And with this document, Biden to Johnson are sort of casting themselves in the position of being champions of democracy, you know, fighting against those who undermine it, and together fighting problems like climate change in Covid 19. But this meeting today it was actually fairly modest in scale. They looked at a copy of the original charter under glass and exchanged some brief pleasantries. But most other meeting was behind closed doors. Brief pleasantries. I wonder, Were you able to get any sense of their relationship because Boris Johnson, of course, was very friendly with Biden's rival for the presidency with the former president Donald Trump. Yeah. Trump once called him Britain Trump, and he meant that as a compliment. Johnson, of course, was a champion of Brexit. Biden was against Brexit and Biden is all about rebuilding global alliances, You know, not breaking them up, but they have some common ground in their political role models buying often talks about FDR's policies for rebuilding America, and Johnson wrote a book about Churchill and today they agreed on the broad principles. We talked about the shared sacrifices. Our service members have made bravely serving side by side in Afghanistan for close to 20 years. UK was with us from the start as they always are equally committed. Rooting out terrorist threat. And now we're coordinating withdrawal together. And of course, he talked about how our two nations can together. Lee the global fight against Covid 19. So that was Biden today. What did we hear from the prime Minister? Well, you know, that's the funny thing, Biden said. They had a productive meeting and they discussed a range of issues, but they didn't give joint remarks afterward. Biden just gave us small update. You know, during remarks about his own plans to address the global pandemic, you know, his focus was on his new promise to give vaccines to countries that can't afford to buy on them. And he said, We can expect the G seven leaders to talk more about their plans to help the world recover from the pandemic tomorrow. Another point of tension between these two has been Northern Ireland. Did that come up? Yeah, it's a sensitive issue, but it was part of their written statement afterward, the leaders said they are committed to the good Friday agreement that it's a deal brokered by the US that helped establish peace in Northern Ireland for a couple of decades now. Now. Brexit has renewed some tensions there because Northern Ireland is part of the UK and when the Republic of Ireland remains part of the European Union, and But as a candidate, Joe Biden has warned that any threat to the good Friday agreement could ruin chances for a trade deal. So lots to watch their to NPR's Franco or Dhoni is traveling with the president. Thanks, Franco. Thank you. Europe's soccer championship Euro 2020 kicks off tomorrow. That's right. Even though the current year's 2021 the championship was postponed due to the pandemic and is now being played almost exactly one year late here with a preview of the tournament is CBS Sports HQ analyst Luis Miguel Echegaray. Welcome. Thank you so much for having me on the show. I am such a big fan. Thank you for saying that we'll just to start out. Can you just lay out? Out for our listeners. What exactly is the Euro 2020 Championship. So basically, the European Championship is your World Cup equivalent of the European competition. So all the major European natures that qualify to the tournament just like at the World Cup, you have to qualify. They are now a tournament and because of the pandemic. Obviously, some of these countries are not able to host anymore, but you still have the likes of London and Wembley. Of course, Budapest as well, uh, some areas as well in Italy, Rome, Of course, a different nations will be hosting the tournament. So as this inter Continental European soccer extravaganza, it's the World Cup of Europe. All right, so let's get into the actual teams here. France I understand is coming in as World Cup champions. And if they win the tournament this year, they will be the first country to achieve what's called double double championships. Twice. How well positioned are they to do that this summer? Also, this is a ridiculous squad. I mean, you know, if you're not a soccer fan, imagine the greatest Laker steam or the You know the Patriots and times it by three their bench. Their substitute could probably get to the final by themselves the issue with France. Is always going to be at the back defensively and also their group. Their in group F. This is a tough group because it has France, Germany, Portugal as well. So getting through that one will be tricky. But France's most definitely if not one, another favorites, the favorite to win it, and I hear that we're all watching Christiano Ronaldo from Portugal to break the all time international goal scoring record. How does the rest of the team look? Portugal is not just about Christianity. And although this is a very good team, by the way, the defending champions and the European Championships, they have a tremendous, tremendous squad, and they're kind of that team that just likes to. You know, there's that famous Mike Tyson quote right where it says everybody has a plan until you punch them in the face. Portugal is that Mike Tyson quote. They don't care who you are. How many talented players you have. They will punch you in the face and And I'm hearing a lot of hype around in England come back, especially from the last tournament when Iceland took them down by surprise. How do things look for England? This time? I also England it's coming home. As everybody knows, This is a tremendous squad. A lot of talent. The question is, Can they answer that hype? Because you know they they haven't won anything since the World Cup in 1966. So this is a moment for Gareth Southgate, the manager and is tremendous talented squad. The question with England will always be Do they have the guy'll? Do they have the resiliency to go all the way? How about any teams that could see a possible surprise run this year like the next Iceland? Denmark is really intriguing. They are very good. Very experienced there. Also tall as well, like the majority of the class, like six ft two. They're like giants, but I'm gonna give you two more. One of them is Turkey. My God, This is such a fun team. If you watch the Eurovision Song contest, by the way, you know how musically interesting these nations can be. They've done a promotional song for the European Championships. I recommend everybody to try and Google searches, But Turkey is young. They don't care who you are, and they're just a fun team and the other one is Bonnie, Scotland, laddie. Scotland to me is the fun team and really, really good Scotland Just give you the this sort of like unity. This collective resiliency there like your blue collar type of squat that you know they were just going to try and make the most of it. Those are teams that I'm really looking out for his dark horses. Luis Miguel 80 Garai, host of CBS Sports Premium Soccer Podcast K. Glaus. Oh, thank you so.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You know, this clause are all we got a rubber band on it, And you just put it headfirst right into the pot. And then you hear kind of a scream, actually, And I was, is that the lobster screaming from being dunked in boiling water? It's actually some gas that's being something scratched the side of the pot. So that's not the audio. I have that That's some gas coming up. No, they don't. Well, they do make us they make a weird kind of sound. And they do struggle there a little bit, but you know, but you know, then they get red. And that's the end of it. There. Was there dead when they're red. It's me, you know, but lobster and then you get the butter and you're all set. Oh, yeah. Crack those. Glaus, Yum! Hey. Speaking of food. I never heard of this video game, but apparently it was huge during the pandemic, called among us. And and even your buddy AOC played online and and and there was video of her playing with alien Omar. So that must have been a hell of a game. So they were playing this game among us so that one of the avatars Anyway, someone had a chicken mcnugget. That was shaped like one of the characters in this, uh, this game among us, and they put it up for bed and they started the bidding at 99 cents. Do you want to guess what a close that this chicken McNuggets shaped like a Got game show character. $100,000 Correct. $100,000 stop unbelievable for a chicken mcnugget 100,000. I think people have either too much time or too much money on their hands just because AOC and the other anti Semite played with it. No, no, it's not because they played with it. But can you imagine buying a chicken mcnugget a stale one at that for $100,000, so it looks like something from a video game need to get back into life. You know, it's the world's gone bonkers. Alright, news time. 9 30 Joe Bartlett. Good morning, Joe. Alright your lobster imitation. Let's pretend we put show in the pot of boiling water. What would you say? You want to hear the scream again? That's the lobster being boiled, But I'm just tastes so good. But you're getting redder and redder down there in South Carolina, Man. You look you got Sun tan. Yeah, you're You're red as a lobster down there. Yeah, absolutely. Retired NYPD officer was killed during a fight at a Brooklyn pizzeria. Yesterday, Thomas Marinin ran to the Brooklyn Pizzeria to help the father of retired correction Officer Robert Velasquez. Elderly man was in a dispute with 33 year old Michael Soto and chief Joseph Golota says the last says fired a shot during the cost of the struggle. Which moved down the block. The 58 year old male pulled out his firearm. One round. We believe Was discharged. Striking both victims. Yeah, Marilyn was struck in the chest and he later died camera. Cuomo.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Drawn To It

Drawn To It

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Drawn To It

"But Twenty year olds. That are like there's going to be invive anyone. Well i was. I was i was talking with a nineteen year old. Who was trying to organize their portfolio to get into sheridan in ontario canada for animation and their entrance portfolio for just for consideration was like the top of my graduating class would have been at right. Yeah and and they had no confidence in it. Just oh i remember. There was for example. Two very young animators in clouds when sand and another. He spent some cabinet and bed in. Betty's from i would see what is want to say. Drunk is from forgot Somewhere in asia. They are drawing us they. They are like miles from the to take ten years for the normal person to get there and and they are humble about it. It's it's once again. I hope they appreciate how much so many people behind them in. How much technology is helping them and take not take it for granted you know. Yeah yeah well like as a as an animator that that's one thing to look at another animators Work i guess but as an animator and a fan of animation. I appreciate somebody who maybe struggled more in the beginning and and got to the level. They're at through the Just keep trying to try. You know that blacksmith. Just hammering away at the iron right and there that really makes me appreciate. There are because knowing that okay. Maybe they didn't take to it right away. Maybe they really struggled to understand. And now they're they went from way over here to way over here and you're like wow maybe there's hope for me so was feeling debt because i remember listening to nick podcasts. From the Break the red cross brothers lois. Two years ago actually heard also your podcast him. It was interesting to was very cool so humble about this stuff. But he's quite a bit of a troublemaker. I guess the the rebel of animation to his postgame like seven years ago or something and he was saying that to somebody like jim boxster just heavy. Naturally they are just yup genius or something but he didn't. He had to struggle in go through all the steps with a lot of efforts. And i actually make me feel much more relate to relatable related to feeling. I don't have it. I thought it was something you had to have an idea and listen. These artists deter top level. Say oh man. I had to to kill myself to get to where i am social policies. Also be like he. He explains that he had when he got into these name. France for example. He was not the best one he was behind. He felt he hit to struggle. So you look at these guys are the best and then you're like okay. If struggled maybe i can get there into the. Yeah so so. You're in romania. How much time goes by before you get a crack at your your first feature production okay. The first feature that shouldn't did is worth talking was glaus but they did actually work in another one. That was worth talking about. All that sad is not worth talking you. I've i've got one of those on my resume to. Yeah after probably. When i come from romania maybe a couple of months. I got one to work on that. But it just for a mexican or something Something like that south america but the trees. That i didn't work on feature film until I work for a commercial for your stuff like that in portugal in little stories mostly fourcade kids shows. That's what portugal head. I dunno even at the time now but at the time.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

Pop Culture Cosmos

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos

"But i'm also looking forward to seeing how they're going to recognize and get the underlying tones a little bit more out there so that people will be able to associate more with what's going on the mcu. Because i have a feeling. And i'm seeing out. Their response is that people are watching. Something that's pertinent to the mc. So before we head on out. I wanted to go ahead and ask you this. What are you most excited for with wanda vision excited for for the nostalgia part of it or you excited about more lead ins to a larger universe. That's out there and what it ties into. It's hard for either good or for the bat when it comes to the mc. I'm excited to see the why all of this is happening. Because my theory. I don't think wanda is this to herself. I think someone is doing this to wanda. So i'm excited to see why and we know that this series is going to lead into doctor strange too so i'm excited to see how that happens and how wanted is at the end of this series and i'm really excited to see the tie ins to the rest of the mcu as a my my dear as a once again. It's my beautiful daughter ellen. Glaus for hopefully you'll be seeing her on future episodes talking more great episodes of lon division. You know you're always welcome here. You always have been. And i truly appreciate every single bit of support that you've given a pop culture cosmos over the years. Hopefully i will see you next week. I hope so for some seventies on division. We're gonna be going into my decades that i'm more familiar with that. I wasn't alive for. So how does that make you feel. We're going to get into places that even your dad might know. It's all i have to say. She is a resident. Mcu expert is element glasfurd. So i hope you will beginning her on for more episodes on the show but again element. I want to go ahead and thank you so much and truly appreciate you. Stopping by and being part of the pop culture costlas. You're listening to the pop culture cosmos. Don't touch that. Dial do people still use dials. And certainly not to be outdone with any comments on wanda vision. Because everyone is talking about wanda vision right now out there and social media all over the place everybody seems to be talking about wanda vision and here to put his two cents in on the first two episodes of one division is my good friend. You gotta check out what he's done today at honey queen on facebook. It is no ian. Fine noah i love this series. I couldn't tell here's the thing. 'cause i grew up on get night and there were a lot of of the fifties assistance shows that in the eighties would appear are fox new york in the early morning or afternoon on weekdays so i had been which tonight dream of jeannie gauguin's island i love lucy and then when they moved over to nick at night and the tv land channel so one division. I think pays a nice little managed to this but the problem is really had at least watch civil war to understand the relationship between vision and wanda ultra. Yeah because that's where the urge adduced but it was civil war. We saw the relationship between vision of wanda and then how a carried over infinity war the worse implied holes because they really didn't know if the civil war what they were doing and then all of a sudden if any war there are couple because as they were in the cops for a while but i kind of have my own theory on. This is that after she lost vision and she almost took apart thanos in endgame that she is either in this pocket universe she created so i do like the fact that the first two episodes do feel like bewitched in any given.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"k. glaus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Forty six degrees mostly cloudy right now in Boston at one o'clock good afternoon I'm Nicole Davis here's what's happening senators are back from a lunch break now in Washington on Capitol Hill closing arguments continue in the impeachment trial of president trump lawyers for the president on the floor right now let's get the update in the special report from ABC news now it's time for president trump's legal team to wrap things up the president's defense attorneys beginning their arguments to close the impeachment trial the before their start it was the Democrats today house impeachment manager Adam ship today we urge you in the face of overwhelming evidence of the presence guilt and knowing that if left in office he will continue to seek for interference in the next election to vote to convict on both articles of impeachment and removal from office Donald J. trump is the forty fifth president of the United States and congressman Val Deming's making one final plea innocent people don't try to hide every document and witness especially those that would clear them that's what guilty people do those closing arguments are set to wrap up today then on Wednesday a vote that will and the trial with continuing coverage the impeachment trial of president trump about like stone ABC news and you're listening to WBZ newsradio will keep you posted on all the developments from Capitol Hill keep tuning in if you can't get by the radio you can always use the I heart radio app and don't forget tonight join us at seven o'clock we're gonna have a special program from ABC news we'll take a deeper look into the proceedings today and what we can expect over the next few days a program again at seven o'clock tonight right here on WBZ newsradio one a one by land and by sea the search is on for a missing woman from Gloucester sixty year old abbey Flynn of Gloucester is still missing last seen near Farington Avenue in Gloucester she went missing after going for a walk Sunday afternoon at about four thirty the area is right near the water's edge police and the Coast Guard searched Sunday Coast Guard petty officer Ryan no well you have the assets from station Glaus there as well your station que privacy on the water searches and we will be continuing our search at first light there's a staging area on Farrington Avenue where more than two dozen police cruisers gathered early this morning police being briefed before they resumed their ground search in Gloucester sherry small WBZ Boston sees radio and police say foul play is not suspected here one neighborhood variety store in fair haven went up in flames this morning fire crews getting to Jackson's variety ons gonna get Necro just before eight AM is it when they got there they found flames shooting out of the back of the building thick black smoke reported from miles away reports coming in from out of poison in new Bedford south.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Let's take a quick break from the episode talk about a big mistake I did early in my own hustle so startup founder and that's going all in on my startup without having any other source of income you might see that's weird because talk about going all in a lot in this podcast but allow me to tell you what exactly happened to me early on vacuum I I sort of called party foul I resigned from my day job Bob Thinking that I'm going to get funded when I started winning pitching competitions because I thought I was going to get funded very soon but the reality is it took me three years to get funded Canosa very broke during that time just because I wanted to go all in I didn't take any side hustle and the bad thing was I was dependent on I start up for my survival glaus trying to grow so I ended up getting a lot of bad deals because that was desperate so in my next startup which is Chat Bot I made sure that I'm not GonNa make mistakes so I got it to the art of freelance making enough money on the side to make ends meet but allowed my started to flourish and get acquired it just told months after it ended up but that wouldn't happen if I didn't get paid on time and there's one product that I relied on heavily to get pete easily and it's paige near cleaner stuck in wallet somewhere so whether you're freelancer ecommerce seller digital market or any hustler that requires speed payment I highly recommend the speed in here to get your money so register now go to pioneer dot com or download the pioneer APP on the APP store or we will all right let's get back to the show.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Still hurts and also the pain us you. I mean I don't know if you've ever lost some in any bit. Definitely that pain sticks and that's how you endure Yuccas. I remember my first because it was my first year in track and Infield Dry. I qualified for the room combines. Oh yeah and that's a big. That's a big thing. I mean being a rookie. They're competing against you know all the Yes yes athletes from around the route around the Philippines and these twelve others from the provinces out of there yeah so I remember I think my heat I played something like third or fourth which really win when that happened that was like okay. I know him you with this but next year I want want better better not even better I mean what would it be at the podium yes right so the following year broke the record in the bull her her for it's hard whatever can fucking stick to fucking thing on the ground and be a few feet in the air and make it through. It's good anyway. Jealousy could make an Olympic comeback now. Let's push further into how you did your media job in how word but that after the Rake Hay ostler's. Let's take a quick break from the episode to talk about a big mistake. I did early in my own hustle so started founder and that's going all in on my startup without having any other source of income you might see that's weird because we talk about going all in a lot in this podcast but allow me to tell you what exactly happened to me early. On backing my first startup called party foul. I resigned from my day job thinking that I'm GonNa get funded when I started winning pitching competitions because I thought I was going to get funded very soon but the reality is took me three years to get funded very broke during that time just because I wanted to go all in I didn't take any side hustle and the bad thing it was. I was dependent on my startup for my survival glaus trying to grow so I ended up getting a lot of bad deals because I was desperate so in my next startup the Chat Bot age. I made sure that I'm not GonNa make the same mistake so I got into the art of freelancing making enough money on the side to make ends meet but allowed my sort of flourish and get acquired it just twelve months after put it up but that wouldn't happen if I didn't get paid on time and there's one product that I relied on heavily to get paid easily and it's pay anywhere from a lot of hassle because it's the fastest way to get paid especially if you're doing freelancing and a cool thing about it is that it goes straight to your bank account so so you don't have to worry about your money getting stuck in wallet somewhere so whether you're freelancer ecommerce seller digital marketer or any hustler requires speed of payment. I highly we recommend the speed here to get your money so register now at European your dot com or download the pioneer APP on the APP store or we will all right. Let's get back to the show.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of al Qaeda I can hold my chest this is a president who has said grab women by the this is a president who's called black black athletes this is the president was called black come from black and brown countries this is a prize that who has equated neo **** with those who protest against them in child spell house Democrats are are planning a vote on a resolution that condemns the president's comments the proposed measures as trump's words of quote legitimized increased fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color color Tennessee governor bill lead now says he's in favor of changing a law that requires the state to honor Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest an early leader of the Ku Klux Klan Lee tweeted yesterday while it's his job to enforce the law he plans that working to change a decades old statute requiring governors to sign the proclamation designating July thirteenth this Nathan Bedford Forrest day lease statement comes after a face national backlash for at not only signing the proclamation last week but also declining to answer if you thought the law should be changed high profile Republicans and Democrats criticized the signing a judge's lowered a jury's damage award from eighty million to twenty five million for a California cancer victim who use Monsanto's roundup weed killer the judge reportedly said he was required to reduce the punitive damage award because it went beyond constitutional limits set by the Supreme Court in March a jury found that Glaus fate was likely a cause of seventy year old Edwin arguments diagnosis of non Hodgkin's lymphoma this past Friday the judge refused to overturn the jury's verdict that Monsanto's.

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Be over and I hear the media say, oh, Kevin Durant comes back like he's going to carry these guys and push it too, like he's not God. Yes. He's very good player. Yes, he is Jody. He's a very good player and maybe can put the teams on the shoulders and say follow me guys. I'll take you to the promised. Land is a very good team. And you made a great point earlier saying, maybe you guys meaning the media south of the border there, never followed. Team that much realize how good we are. Look at our record. We've won ten of eleven quarters going into last night's game one ten of. That's not important, but you make a good point. And let me let me add to it. This warrior dynasty, and I do to nine the you win three championships in four years, and you go back from fifth, and they may or may not get it, but it's a dynasty. I slice it any way you want, but they beat in the same team. The first four years, the three wins all came against the same team and truth be told only one of them was against a team. And that was the win. I e the year that they want without Kyrie when the cats actually had quote unquote, a team LeBron James and another player like Cairo rubbing LeBron lobbed the second to not the same for me. This is really the first time then isn't tire run that they've played a team Kawais the superstar and he's right there with any other player in the league. But the rest of the gun, I step up past Glaus. Siaka stepped up Cathal steps of Kyle Lowry. Steps up as far as quote unquote a team goes yet, visit better than any of the Cavs teams they faced. The one year that they had both kyri and LeBron both healthy both playing the warriors lost tabs, actually one that one. So the worry is beat up on LeBron and his friends, not named kyri three times..

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"k. glaus" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

MacBreak Weekly

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly

"And then if you really love it, it's five bucks a month. And you can, you can watch all of this sort of, really smart, really sassy educational content. Congratulations for being included. That's awesome. Thank you. Because I'm kind of techie but I try to educate them. That's good. You know what this is always the challenge would starting something like this is getting a lot of really cool. Cool, good content. So that's what they've, they clearly know you're great watch nebula dot com. I kissing. Yeah. Rene can also ask the now that you, are you not do you now have your official, I now have my one hundred thousand YouTube subscriber, plaque, and now I now I've got my one hundred thousand subscriber lighting because you're letting his awesome this week. Oh, you got the button, nice very nice that's one hundred thousand button. Yes, sir. Not a fifty million bro. Fists like Judy pipe. And I'm getting yeah. They have some higher levels higher awards. That's really cool. I'm looking at all the people on here. They've got a great bunch of people. That's cool. That is really like it's stem. And it's, you know, it's, it's it is science as it is geography is all the subjects that you should learn in school. But it's way, more interesting. When people make. And they give you some of that subscription fee. I presume yeah, I mean, I don't think Jerry. To the evaluation. But I've seen them like some of the really popular ones are going to do pretty well. Yeah, so they do it like apple. Does they base it on views? You know, like, Dave, Dave, just pain me and said, can we do this, and I was so excited about. Compared to them. They all have like millions of subscribers. So that really wasn't my conserve. But I'm sure yeah. I'm, I'm sure the details are all in their here's the opportunity, my friend, the big to Bank it to the big time. So it's like when you are the big person, you worry about that when you're the little person, just try to hold on everywhere. I just want to be everywhere. That's all I don't care. We I recently read, actually this morning, an article, but by by chick chiklis to Glaus ski, who is the hardest name in technology. He's a guy who does pin board. But what I didn't know about mcshea is he has been going round as a volunteer with other security experts, trying to teach congressional campaigns how to not get fished and hacked. He's been doing security training started in two thousand seventeen and he has a lot of notes in here about how hard this is to take normal people and teach them, he says, I don't even I don't even bother to try to set up a password manager this like. I get an hour. I'm so he says it's key. It's key to come up with simple recommendations that they can remember and he says, so the main thing I tell them is get the blue key, the Yuba key for two factor authentication, and I thought that was really good advice because there's only one blue Yuba key. So it's easy to remember, it's cheap. It starts at twenty dollars..

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"k. glaus" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Get the traffic Chicago app Abreu by the mortgage expert team hockberg, just search T R af F I X Chicago forecast from that. Gee, Chicago weather center, mostly clear cool tonight, low down to forty three sunny milder, sixty nine for the daytime I inland upper fifties. To low sixties at the lakefront, partly cloudy, milder, Wednesday, seventy two but cooler afternoon evening showers expected it will drop into the fifties. Glaus forty-eight at O'Hare forty nine at midway fifty in Aurora. The barometer is rising. It's thirty point one inches of mercury and forty five at the lakefront Jennings. The WGN radio news room, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. This is the Patti Vasquez show. Follow me on Twitter. John one seven twenty g. The ship. It is Monday night says so happy that you're hanging out with us. You are listening to the Patti Vasquez show. We would love to have you. Join the conversation anytime three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred that's number to call or text. That's three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred I'm trying to find the name of artists that the docent at the Getty museum. What about people who consistently mispronounced names? Correct them. Yes..

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"k. glaus" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Go check them out right now already. So meanwhile, the media have discovered something new apparently there are a lot of members of the Trump White House who are white oh end of world. So they pointed out the Washington Post is the title of the article formal and casual White House photos show distance between Trump and increasingly diverse nation. In other words, he doesn't have enough black people near him or Brown people near him. And therefore he is some sort of racist. Now, I'm old enough for a call that when a Trump official went to a congressional hearing that person was accused of being a token by Democrats so frump were to stack his cabinet with a bunch of black folks, then they would accuse him of being tokenist. But if he doesn't then he's a racist. There's no in between. Here's the Washington Post during a piece of garbage reporting. It is a triumphant image President Trump smiling and giving a thumbs up to the camera Flint backstage at a maga- rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan by team of confidence. Oldest son Donald junior. Former campaign aides Corey Lewandowski, and Dave Bossie and Fox News host Pete Pete hegseth, once considered for a cabinet post, the president's surrogates promptly posted the photo on Twitter last week, an emblem of nostalgia. For Trump's two thousand sixteen election and production projection of confidence head of twenty twenty yet the image. Also symbolizes subtext of the Trump presidency in picture after picture emanating from the most exclusive corridors of American political power. Trump is seen with a team of aids in advisors that is almost exclusively white of vivid. If unspoken statement of the distance between the president and wide swaths of a nation that is growing increasingly rapidly more diverse consumer remind me how many black people are on pods. Hip america? Anybody remember like none? Oh, sorry. That's awkward. How many black folks are there at the top levels of the BuzzFeed echelon or the huffpost echelon leeann every many my bad. But only Trump we are supposed to worry about this. With regard to that. Because he doesn't have enough black people sitting next to him some have as means that he is a racist. For a president whose agenda has centered largely undoing the legacy of his White House predecessor, Barack Obama the procession of daily images has served to reinforce the notion that the era of the nation's first black president is over. Oh, that's that's what happened here. So many white people, and that means that he's racist. Because. Obama had a lot of black people and that meant that Obama was a symbol of diversity. Maybe he just has a bunch of people that he finds to be qualified. Barack Obama had a disproportionate number of black people in his cabinet. He thought were qualified that was fine. I don't see why you race of the people is an issue here. It's ridiculous yet Eddie Glaus junior chairman of the centre for African American studies at Princeton says for eight years, we had young Americans from all walks of life. Looking to the seat of American power and seeing a black family and seeing diversity in all its fullness, occupy the White House in some ways Justice from policies have sought to a race Obama's policy legacy the images coming out of the White House aim to a race eight years of the visual black presidency. Yeah. I'm sure that's what was going through Trump's mind when Steve Mnuchin sat down have a black guy sit there, by the way, when he had Kanye west to the Oval Office that was considered bad to by the left. There's no win here for Trump. Of course. Because this is how it works coming up the brand new poll it shows that the number of people in the United States who abide by no religion at all is soaring. What exactly does that mean for the future of the country? We'll talk about it. This is the Ben Shapiro show..

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"k. glaus" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"This is the oldest shirt I own what color shirt is that. Because I've been trying to figure out if. Round. That's that's me. No, it is sort of Brown now. But if you're used to be black Glaus stugatz that shirt is older than Chris, Cody. It is DCC donlevatar show with his two guys on ESPN radio. Greg Cody in for lebatardshow today. Where are we on the Cheeto front guys, what do we we have inventory? Have. We posted Billy any of this any of these Cheetos that we found have we posted them on EBay for sale yet. Because I believe we have a pretty solid inventory of things to sell. If you're wondering what I'm talking about people are selling randomly shaped Cheetos that look like stuff. Trees, clouds, whatever they are selling them on E bay for like twenty five hundred dollars. Ed. So a guy does the think in we're going to buy some Cheetos, and we're going to see if we can make a few bucks today. Where are we on this front guys? I've had a lot of is today. That's that's very guarded. Yeah. You'll gross. I've had some H E. I gave up on looking. I just started eating them. Wait a second. Even the the field goal posts that I had. We had the field goal post. The only ones we haven't talked about on air. We we have well for the people that are just joining us. We have a St. horse. We have a scorpion we have a hockey stick. Now the newer ones you found a field goal posts. Yes. I did. And I also found a hammer. Okay. We have a hammer on ice. Well, all All right. right. And these are all if you wanna see these there at lebatardshow on Instagram the story. Okay. I just found a snake? Oh, wow. We'll say that it was a real scare for dot eat this. Yeah. It's time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Best phones. Best networks, no contracts. Now, Chris I don't want them on Instagram. I want to try to sell these things on EBay or you just kind of testing the waters there on Instagram to see if there's if there's any interest from our audience, we're testing the waters there because we're allowed to do that. I don't think we're allowed to put things on EBay. Oh, okay. So what what's been the reaction on on on Instagram? Well, the only feedback I've gotten is that people are looking at them. Okay. They can't bid on Instagram. All we can't. We can't do bidding. Anyways, what you're telling me because we're not allowed to line their own pockets by using the platform. Correct. Correct. Even though it made a career of lining my own pockets by using the platform. Correct. Right. Well, it seems on. Nope. Like, this is where we draw the line at Cheetos. We're just test. The water's right now. See if you know, we have we definitely have is on these Cheetos. Okay. Yeah. Greg STAN Van Gundy keep saying, which is I I find it interesting..

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"k. glaus" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"k. glaus" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Tour and Sam Jackson's Lusters career. What was the most memorable? One in all the years. Which out? Which one? Yeah. I did. I did a press job in Tokyo once for a long kiss goodnight with Gina Davis renting Harlem, and in that press junket, we had we had interpreters and whoever the young lady was those my interpreter somebody has because I answered it. And she started to. Say it in Japanese, and like every other words, you sent as and semi Assan nigga d. Nego Gina was like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Stop stop in Europe. Like, she's like, you can't say that. It's like what she's like. Oh, no, no, no, not to Neaga, but the Niigaa like a end of smaller word. But she knew it was like I'm not saying that I'm saying. That's never forget that noodles. Like, it was it was it was a moment. No, no, not the nigga. I hope nothing traumatic and interesting has happened to that Traumatic. man. Kinda funny to me what's going on. Okay. Okay. Amazing basic. Well, congratulations are in this film, actually exists in the universe. I can't. I don't know what we're going to talk about in subsequent years because this is one of those movies that I would ask you and night every time. I would see you guys when is the damn sequel happening estimate too. I mean, I have the answer. I know he said it was part of a trilogy once we did it, and it just never got done is there. Okay. Well, I'm gonna come back around to that here. Here's my first question semi serious. Question is is there a pride you take in times? When you have you are the title character. You are Mr. Glaus. I mean as film geek as a fan as someone that struggled early on to kind of get where you are. Do you take a pride take a moment to take pride in a moment? Like that of being the title guy. Not really. Having a film named after you or being number one on the call. She goes hand-in-hand, usually not necessarily. Okay. I mean, the movie can be named something else. It doesn't have to be your character Nate. That's true. You know, not like Django because it strikes me when I was looking back at the early stuff a lot of early roles. You don't even have a character name. Exactly black guy, you literally credited as black guy in which wouldn't long own see what sea of love. Yes. Not a bad movie, but not the credit clipboard guy before it was black. You're also a taxi dispatch guy. Yes. You were hold up, man. So we've come we've come a long way is what I'm saying. But you know, people remember that guy in coming to America. You know, people asking me now, even now people are going, so you gotta be in the coming to America to and I'm like why maybe due to successful..

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