19 Burst results for "Kebir"

"kebir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Different. Arthur Clark fan. Over there. You can see all the bugs. Yeah. Here. So after they need at trader Vic's and spend eight hours deciding okay, we can do this where team Kebir living here in this very apartment. I feel him here invited Arthur Clark over to talk more to show him his telescope and agreement where they would kind of write a novel and slash script together and went out to celebrate. And they're on the terrorists, and it was a beautiful night. And it was a night that clear skies about an hour after sunset a crescent moon hung just above the horizon to the south the lights of the midtown. High rises were blinking on a warm spring evening and they're excited. They're going to do this fantastic film together. And within a few minutes of this bright, bright light to the east and rose in the sky, and allegedly just hung there for a while. And they were very excited and freaked out and they went out on the. On the patio of the top of this building. So we're looking south west. This is exactly where they saw it. And then it went up. They did have a telescope, and they they observed the UFO with that which which remained a point of life. But they took it. I mean, really your friend Garth Clark thought that it might have been a signal from the extraterrestrials. Well, that's another thing. I didn't mention it. He said this was by far the brightest UFO you ever seen in his life, and he'd seen many. And he had the thought they don't want us to make this movie..

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"kebir" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on KDOW

"It always happens. Don't let the Kebir Gabar. Tell you nonsense here. Listen to this. This is absolutely nuts to say that the bottom is in the market. That's what they're telling us. Now the bottom is in. How can anyone say that? It makes no sense. They're saying the fundamentals are good. Listen. The correction that we've seen twenty percent in our view was largely a function of toxic sediment. But the underlying fundamentals are pretty good. The fundamentals are not good. How can you say the fundamentals are good? What are you nuts? How how how can you say that? So you think I think they are? And I think we're heading back into this mid nineties environment at the stock market is a market of stocks. Are you kidding me for them to come out and tell you that you're better off having no opinion, having no opinion. Just let follow the big money. That's what we do. If the big money gets sent. And they're buying will buy it. If they start taking their money out. Guess what? We'll get out. You follow the big money. And I put together a chart this color coded tells us that my God to say that the the bottom is in is insane. Are you kidding? This forget what we just went through. We have a. The biggest problem you have to say the fundamentals are good. We're putting a Bodmer when you have a debt. Never mind. Get just the debt are corporations have looked at the debt. Our country has. You gotta be out of your mind thinks like that. So why don't you join a gang and don't you follow us tonight starting with Gigi or L UV or net? Flex NFL action foul one of those with us. L O W. I'm sorry. Lows. Lows. Follow us would that's a great one today? Lows looks beautiful now this rally can happen for three days. Three weeks. Doesn't matter. We'll make money on the way up with it. But it's not this is not the end of it is not the end of it. Because we got to just had. Too much headwind. You can't keep on cheating. The whole thing that drove this market was stock buybacks this over interest interest rates are going up. For people that come out and say, this is nuts. Listen, the stock buybacks are over a lot of these companies steady use the money to build productivity went out and just bought stock back in some cases at the wrong time many cases at the wrong time corporate data is pretty high at it's coming do. And it is coming do. So you don't have the false impression that all these guys have so much money. Now, I don't think many of them do they don't this is crazy. Join my gang eight seven seven six hundred gang and start tonight. We'll be right back.

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Gary Cahill determined to enjoy World Cup as though it were last

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:07 min | 3 years ago

Gary Cahill determined to enjoy World Cup as though it were last

"On the first of july on a long term contract with deals reports to be worth just short of forty four million pounds scotland manager mccreesh says he's devastated his friend and former teammate neil cooper died aged fifty four aberdeen midfielder passed away in hospital after collapsing in a communal stairwell ass block of flats on sunday england defender gary cahill says he's desperate to avoid more major tournaments disappointment at the world cup this summer he was involved when the national team failed to get past the group stage in brazil four years ago when they suffered a humiliating last sixteen defeat to iceland that year a twenty sixteen k hill doesn't want to experience those feelings again in russia outgoing person inside your knows just the excitement to go over there i i'm desperate for it to be a success and determination problem combat good experience in its on which is something which i've missed in the hours of tomorrow morning scotland are way too perverted for a friendly and northern ireland's face panama in central america and british number one kyle edmund will be hoping to follow a camera nori and had a watson is the second round of the french open tennis later he takes an australian wildcard addicts or who he beat in portugal adia this month after rain stopped play early on day to defending champion a dow regimes two sets up three down in the feds against italy simoni bolelli serena williams makes her return to grand slam tennis following the birth of our daughter last year he's twenty three time major winner opens tournament against christina place kebir thanks very much for that dow let's look at daybreak europe next what we've got coming up for you paul said the founder of franks frank investment joins us here live on d a b digital radio in london and siriusxm in new york this is bloomberg thank one eighty over one eleven and i had a stroke i kitten speak walk this is high blood pressure get back on your plan go to lower your hp brought to you by the american stroke association american medical association.

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"kebir" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on The Short Porch

"That's where tilecovered that that guy i look through my tweet last night of like his stuff i'm going up i'm going to pull this up of might my tweets is i mean so his numbers last year but the yankees it's not as bad as thinks of the it off really good yeah it which i guess was causing delays from right the rate of four nine five era but i swear to god in the dog days summer that man loss he was the reason we didn't win the division the the game that sticks out to me is the one speak about white sox here though seem to be talking a lot about but there was a game in that white sox yeah where he could not get an out i was at a shot the factory and bishop california air we're watching it and he it was i was i think like the breaking point i'm i'm gonna try to find his exact wine from that game if voices crack in will after up wrote so i i just i had their five videos of me i created the tyler shot the tower shot tyler clippers shot of the day and it was just me taking a shot of like mccarty oh cart whenever he came in because i knew things will go bad um let's see somebody i get a june twenty set june twenty seven 2017 i just got a culture ever down my spine italica was going to find his way into this game funny that the next tweet is meeting showcased however did find his way into the game next one if the stony a girl who faked heard the stony actually had the stonier than i'd rather herbie on the mound right now than tower clobbered uh tile shoot me with a gun in the face i hate you tell coburn all caps um so the yankees didn't murder tell kebir overnight and it said option montgomery aaa it's just to get arms up what what the fuck uh i'll be driving home for us again of tell gird finds its way into the game i might swell ripped the root and just ended uh let's see i i have an apology to me quick to so tyler clipper at chicago.

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"kebir" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"M a i don't think the fed if you want to build a little dog named almost style now i'm gonna hit that had on but it's still wasn't on lesson learnt as much as it was team snap it has gone on a very good reminder for may and so i will i will answer your question by via a i will take you on a journey via a story so one of the things i did last year i happened to be friends with um one of the former assistant coaches at the university of colorado gentlemen's name is brian kebir all uh in brian actually played on that 83 you play for the bears for some time maybe six them years by recall that he was on the 80s i bear super bowl team in when he came excuse me when he first came to the organisation they were the bad news bears they were terrible i mean one of the worst teams if not the worst team late next year mike ditka becomes the head coach pen he hasn't all team meeting and at which point in brian is sharon a story with us and um meet myself in the whole team and i hadn't heard this story from him before mike ditka goes on to talk about uh what the championship aspirations are in that inside years they will be in the super bowl in when you're the bad news bears so brian tells the story many people in that meeting laughed.

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"kebir" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Hear that it will put we'll myers into the outfield which defensively if it was a video game you can turn injuries off he can handle the outfield i've got no question about that where the questions come in is can you get a buck fifty seven or a buck 55 in the games played which is what he's gotten a last two years being a predominant first basement so that does have me a little concern just as i was starting to warm to the idea of getting we'll myers too so that's a little bit frustrated thankfully there's no league were i've or i've made that move but as we can get get closer the nfp see main event my my partner and i were talking to some stuff about you know maybe hausner is good play with that speed that you get at first base and still pretty good power now i am a little bit concerned and i think i'm moving him back to the packages for some clarity i have will myers miguel cabrera n eric osborne a little trio there and i i'm more in on miguel kebir than most i do think that he's with health he's gonna be just fine i'm not to worry about outside of the team contacts the tigers are going to be that good um and then i kind of had buyers there's almost on on his own little island in between say an economic zone and then cabrera house moore who i have very very close i think i got myers closer to those two now as opposed to on that little island just because i do have a little bit of health concern and thus volume concern what do you think a myers getting moved to the outfield based on this house member of yeah i think i are on myers and you i i moved them up i have mccaren number seven first basement i am aid so i maybe i'm jan lower on maggie 'cause i may i mickey twelve i have hawes mertz ten.

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"kebir" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"The food that has been levelled with their mother does he did not put a foot not me be not polled that asked will make that he political go to battle mccourty well you got into a guy that we're not compelled unit at that moment him bossi gather wounded another dumont government some doubted on democracy nathan one un at bologna my pillow lengthy evil tabeth in both the methods that he goes kobus he will take you may be boys you're black people does he convinced that they would appeal by be phone other people in your although the eagles gotcha luke maye he's a dead wrong peculiar finland bottom chemical jacuzzi cut apple bid status come on public robust ridiculous but it but i'm asking you have to pay output cuts gold that kebir's hitherto you'll documented apple the most put it but others other countries that respect that we looked unit that has gotten their fossils under the maastricht plus back let me go to bostoncleveland i know people up in this he could go with his wfp wwl most political congressmen that race said yeah and the point that vast money kathy's issued least at acid least acid because these claims tokyo's bus as philippi beats the fat come on the case built they followed me the sublicence men teeth or subways the big fuss little cafe that will be covered by the cuapio like a minimum primo non kkob w of commerce has more separately but amnesty anymore.

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"kebir" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"They are you know it all the study gradually beer to it makes a couple of years he didn't hold thank what ijaz you just kinda messed with their home and i don't know where to work and then as i was thinking about it after i told her story i think there might have been the night he took a shot at the in the regulation to win we went to overcome in milwaukee and he literally on purpose goes back to this names by though the table just approved to everybody should have made it the first time and wins began in overtime in milwaukee day smoke figure out what is crazy derek are we could talk about this point gave the eighty will point gave her a random tuesday night milwaukee drink kebir's and smoking cigars its gave winners wherever i can't wait to brady retires stars nearly as well we hear what the champ man derek fisher and from day one kobe bryant just seemed like he was on a mission can you talk about early kobe bryant number eight kobe bryant come into the league and declaring day he was going to leave as the greatest talk to us about that not a great question man in and thought process i do believe that um at a very young age you know cold decided where he wanted to accomplish in this league and and the legacy that he wanted to leave in every step than cooking every decision that he made was with that in mind i think good that alienated some people at times um but i would either try to explain to people like a magic yourself already having written the script for how your life is supposed to play out and so anything or anybody that would disrupt at script or throw it off their times you know they they were in the way of something that was going to happen so no matter what i i think that's the way he approached you know his career and so that's why times you know he was a racist at other times.

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"kebir" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"They are you know it all the study gradually beer to it makes a couple of years he didn't hold thank what ijaz you just kinda messed with their home and i don't know where to work and then as i was thinking about it after i told her story i think there might have been the night he took a shot at the in the regulation to win we went to overcome in milwaukee and he literally on purpose goes back to this names by though the table just approved to everybody should have made it the first time and wins began in overtime in milwaukee day smoke figure out what is crazy derek are we could talk about this point gave the eighty will point gave her a random tuesday night milwaukee drink kebir's and smoking cigars its gave winners wherever i can't wait to brady retires stars nearly as well we hear what the champ man derek fisher and from day one kobe bryant just seemed like he was on a mission can you talk about early kobe bryant number eight kobe bryant come into the league and declaring day he was going to leave as the greatest talk to us about that not a great question man in and thought process i do believe that um at a very young age you know cold decided where he wanted to accomplish in this league and and the legacy that he wanted to leave in every step than cooking every decision that he made was with that in mind i think good that alienated some people at times um but i would either try to explain to people like a magic yourself already having written the script for how your life is supposed to play out and so anything or anybody that would disrupt at script or throw it off their times you know they they were in the way of something that was going to happen so no matter what i i think that's the way he approached you know his career and so that's why times you know he was a racist at other times.

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"kebir" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"Couple of t shirts and the plan was monitor friday at the friday it has picked up monday than okay tuesday all the things we doing so just games yet say different games different teams i remember the friday parents allowed come on what you fall you pick germany's a makeorbreak game member and this is a my are now forget listeners god's on his truth that metab was there and our member i add as very saddened previous poke as you know as a sports menara in any job you david the well and i remember not gamely played against the swiss side i think it was and i was ten centreforward and this is probably wrong truth asked me career i couldn't control head of all i was begging nerves figures that gives it gave the first time he turned up in probably that's why i was nervous looking at salik near i couldn't do anything i was horrendous and this is where this hope for everybody it was the worst performer think added my junior career so my dad's plans are rami el kebir after pet said of you know we don't you pass sentence said yet i knew i knew and he went home i remember their interior mom saying he's done his best but wasn't good enough and not night hugh fold up my house and he said you never believe it they got off before he comes out ferguson seven an which he wants to time for it is it never so bad so they don't know you ask him i wanna i wanna see that in the next day he say i i was awful preceding summit on that day which he must assault right and four years of fourteen signs and i was eighteen and that was suicide the worst performance in my life and junior football yet farag game's being the grace manager seeing some and not bay which made him think we sign up for years i can see how much that means that adverse ranked lays mazen what what then decided different any any kids now going for a trial or get sqauad what would you say to them.

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"kebir" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"A hundred sixty wins because this is not going to happen they still despite everthing they're still eight games clear of the next best team in major league baseball so i guess there was the reason sports illustrated cover that what was at best team ever her something about the dodgers seems like you probably shouldn't ride the best team ever headline just kind of in general uh or at least wait until things are done like last year's cubs wait to write about them as one of the best gifts ever until the season is over but in any case dodgers slumping slash still great slash still best team in baseball by an easy margin diamondbacks can't lose in the ins can't lose i guess that's what going on teams pulling away in their divisions except for the american league east and the i guess related to the indians partial sought segue here there is a little incident between trevor bauer who is somewhat ruble i guess and obvious ideal garcia who is soon as little maggie right one of the olympic titles little mcghee's yeah there's a little showdown now we know a barriers gotta something of a let's say competitive streak in them and garcia has his own sort of odd now garcia had candidate would do that he thinks it's wing misses the patient and kind of like nods his head kennedy a which miguel kebir also does i wonder if that for the little maggie comes from our maybe he's just kind of picked up the trait in any case it was monday i believe liberty indians playing game against the white sox and cover bauer was facing garcia and on the first pitch of the a bat bauer hunger slider and garcia fouled it off and kinda like nodded and looked out mound thicken seeming to convey like all right all right i'm on it i got you even though if you are hitter you just missed hung first pitch slider you failed at off you got nobody.

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"kebir" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"What really does come next after playstation foreign after xbox one x his his xbox sounds like they're committed to generations are dead we are the xbox platform you're gonna there's going to be the xbox one axeswinging was powerful thing fifty three percent more sorry ganic in here's where i want to kick it over to michael michael kebir all rights in and says last week you guys are talking about the next big leap in gaming it's my admittedly amateur opinion that we are rapidly approaching a plateau in terms of visual fidelity in the next leap in games will be the breath and dense the of systems that conned condoms content things like more powerful physics engines complete and accurate weather systems storage driven i like the number system and multiple branching storylines will be become part of every game weeding to more and more interactive and fully realise worlds i look forward to this more than mere graphical updates how 'bout you guys thanks for everything you do mike he's hitting of the point that i was asking last week of our is xbox really that confident that we we're the point now that we are pc gaming while we can we don't have to release the xbox to china does need to be a playstation five we can keep this structure we have now this infrastructure in this foundation in put out a game that's going to look fuck an awesome an xbox one but still run on your launch xbox one jobs are xbox one ex but still missilelaunching xbox one in are we really there and then what happens when playstation is the opposite and like hey here's playstation five and it's backwards compatibile is combat key backers better way playstation 4 however going forward playstation five games only completion us yet i.

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"kebir" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"Of more statues after what we saw in charlottesville wouldn't you want to try to keep the public to keep the idea of causing riots and and and going to these places in starting to stir up trouble in in uh asked for a north carolina where i grew up there is a confederate monument outside of the courthouse my dad was telling me that there was a protester even they're in a small town of thirty thousand people protesting that confederate statue and that they've aven had talks about removing it but it like so many others is just simply a war memorial commemorating the people who lost their lives and therefore the city council won't remove it and so they should not all right now this week there was also more terror attacks in europe as i alluded to earlier mowed down in the streets scores are run over an ice his ban attack on part loan it the killed thirteen and injured more than one hundred before suspect fled on foot never was an anti and actually shot by the police later thirteen people were killed and more than one hundred per monetarist rammed a van into crowds of tourists harrowing footage from the attack and barcelona shows dozens of bodies of dead and injured lying prone the attacker fled on foot after the hired bank came to a halt and he was unaccounted for early today said police's comes from a couple of days ago the man who hired the van was said to be eighteen year old mussa who who kabeer who used his brother's idf id for the rental two suspects including kebir's brother driss who handed himself into police were arrested for the attack.

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"kebir" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"The outlet embedded a southern poverty law center cnn map of the us and the article a map complete with green blue and red dust to signify the locations of the confederate symbols now if this is not race baiting if this is not trying to incite more riots me talk about copycat issues why would cnn post a map of more statues after what we saw in charlottesville wouldn't you want to try to keep the public to keep the idea of causing riots and and and going to these places in starting to stir up trouble in in uh asked for a north carolina where i grew up there is a confederate monument outside of the courthouse my dad was telling me that there was a or even they're in a small town of thirty thousand people protesting that confederate statue and that they've aven had talks about removing it but it like so many others is just simply a war memorial commemorating the people who lost their lives and therefore the city council wall remove it and so they should not all right now this week there was also more terror attacks in europe as i alluded to earlier mowed down in the streets scores are run over an ice his ban attack on parts alone it the killed thirteen and injured more than one hundred before suspect fled on foot there was an anti and actually shot by the police later thirteen people were killed and more than one hundred per monetarist rammed a van into crowds of tourists harrowing footage from the attack and barcelona shows dozens of bodies of dead and injured lying prone the attacker fled on foot after the hired bank came to a halt and he was unaccounted for early today said police's comes from a couple of days ago the man who hired the van was said to be eighteen year old mussa who who kabeer who used his brother's idf id for the rental two suspects including kebir's brother driss who handed himself into police were arrested for the attack.

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"kebir" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Gotcha to make sure you understand right to not only is addressing the bacteria south in the methane but then these pie fino's are breaking down almost like a prebiotics defeat the gut bacteria as well as that right exactly i love that use that term prebout prebiotics is i think that when we're talking about prebiotics and probiotics that gets thrown around a whole lot nick confuses the general public but you're exactly right anything that you eat that makes it to the colon in other words fibres these polyphenols they are all prebiotics and if you have the right microbiome they will convert them into beneficial fix itim across the study recently so this is a very very exciting area right now and a lot of researchers shifting over to these polish sheen alzughbi chose we realized that the bacteria in or colon are doing some cool things and i just came across the study recently were looked at these epa gala cannons which is what kebir all troas and they have shown that bacteria in the colon converted into a molecule called urolithin and they're showing that to be an anti aging product and now we're starting to see why that mediterranean diet is so beneficial you know there's something called the french paradox that as americans we've always looked over there and said no wine wrote to nato that cream and lived that lifestyle and drink wine over lunch and they actually have less alzheimer's they have less coronary artery disease to actually live longer than we do and we call it the french paradox but now we realize an ounce probably because they're eating the right things.

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Serena Williams and the 2016 US Open

The Secret to Victory

00:15 sec | 4 years ago

Serena Williams and the 2016 US Open

"Detour before serena made it to the final kaitlan thompson was in arthur ashe stadium that night and i've been too many many many matches on ashish and the difference between an average match at that stadium and a serena williams match is the weight of expectation when serena steps onto the course everybody not only expects her to win but they expect to be part of history at seven pm just that the sun was setting behind the manhattan skyline serena tossed the first ball in the air thrust directed toward and the match was all if the alone the first point which is a ring and ace but from there thank slow down for anybody who watches serena pretty regularly you know that she can take a while to sort of get into the match she can kind of his into tori asli slowstarter these in the case the price there she looked off she looked a little nervous she looked a little shaky serena's agent joe smaller was at the match that day she's been working with serena for two decades usually see our on tv and the players box she's part of the family i usually sit next to mom in between and sister and i just remember sitting in the front row in uh you know just feeling like you know she was struggling the whole match him and she was struggling home was pushed for sir what what are you six minutes of the first is the books six to jaylen thompson again and as geralina pushpa took the first set it seemed like serena was going to have to sort of redouble her efforts and come back to the court senate herself in sort of find the classic serena williams extra level and and this extra levels what salinas known for she's been called the comeback queen she's one two of her grand slam matches after dropping the first set to our opponent all this to say a firstset loss to push kebir didn't necessarily mean defeat for serena watching us reimagined psyche you're watching a car that sort of idling in the lower gears knowing that at any moment you can press the button and it's going to take off like a jet because it just has a fueltank said the other cars don't have watching serena that day was an exercise and impatience basically being impatient for her to to turn on that jet fuel serena serves were off with doublefault after doublefault she was dealing with a nagging knee injury but she implicit were were more or less neck and neck for the second set the game came down to a tiebreak it was serena surf now remember thinking in my seat sort of being like swirled around with this like chatter and kinda stale air in the stadium oh my gosh she's actually gonna lose this they serena serves fault she serves again doublefault double faults to the five with twenty six s sob habits in straight sets to serena goes much farther away at the press conference after the

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"kebir" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Rotated Views

"And a second quote is by kabeer cigar gone as the day were you work at a job for thirty years and retire millennials jump around and switch careers i think it's important for see used to highlight career mobility with any company so that employees all get bored continue to be stimulated um so he's talking about basically a role transitions within this inc and having you know getting people experience on each thing it's interesting being even myself being a manager having to know every role that your department officer hans each staff member and you a that is very interesting to me abuses but has said that on my mind operates anyone to sing the everyday's like it's fascinating um so and i think the everyone should at on some level experience and you could have actually appreciate how each individual role kind of helps you know for obviously the greater good so damaged understand the big picture altogether so there you have folks millennials in aceh pursued the crew dies into an array of interesting hot topics we discussed being a millennial technology education society we talk about how we grew up our views and our overall approach on life as a millennial we wrapped episode up with quotes from audie cornish and kebir's agol thanks again for joining us guys don't forget to visit the website jimmy leave liz dot com follow the blog if you have any inquiries or questions you like for us to answer on a future episode just email us at info at jimmy leave alleged dot com and on behalf of myself and the rest of the crew we wish you massive success and until next time the owes the the rotated views podcast was produce for selfdevelopment purposes thank you for the love and support which leads you hope you enjoyed the views.

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"kebir" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on Rotated Views

"Welcome to episode emmer 65 millennials and this is the rotated views podcast with jimmy lee in the crew giving you life from various perspectives welcome to our level we hope you enjoyed interviews all right you are now tuned in to the rotated views podcast i am your host julie villas i'm here with goose manny you and gave this is titled millennials in this episode the crew does into an array of interesting hot topics we discussed being a millennial technology education and society we talk about how we grew up our views and our overall approach on life as a millennial we wrapped the episode up with quotes from audi cornish and kebir's agol all right so if you're new thank you thank you thank you for joining us we appreciate that don't forget the downloaded subscribe we dropping new episode every tuesday morning for you're listening pleasure as you can tell we are all here are millennials so we are going to dive into the quote hot topic it's just to me basically a buzzword so i like to define things i'm going to go through the last whatever four generations of you know that are actually still living so the baby boomers born between nineteen 46 nineteen 64 generation x born between ninety sixty five and nineteen eighty but it's weird 'cause that this these numbers kinda get argued over when the actual clear dates or a generation why slash millennium born between nineteen eighty one which also has an astra two thousand but you also here into the mid2000s and he also hear from nineteen eighty two mid2000s.

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"kebir" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"kebir" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I feel neverland learns way me that's already been i mean hacche in cars because paul newman was like the old guard i diverted done that nevermind sir what's two look stupid if it hurts fucking karaban way off twelve wichita throughout the swell ninety three well sorry backer thirty nine white thirty percent right as not optimis are at currently with one hundred were not leave without prime uh looks pretty bad one hundred three reviews threats made a score for trade always one hundred three jesus is the week before its release the rights as corporate transfers last night is seventeen percent twelve over jobs the dwell there's a real chance to cut like the real reviews and come out of new york times and la times while is this is this group the franchise killer dolphin star hell no well actually think what their directing i don't understand what they're making it just like i just get your budget ship flowing around over there is give you much stuff spiralling in swirling over year you're running that way you look concerned either kill the bumblebee movie because if they do then this is the franchise kill okay but i doubt they're going to kill the bubble but who's gonna be all who's the boy gillespie an hung on with a girl was time i don't know if you know there's bound the schalke i have a soft spot for transport films do not realise i do actually and you and i have a very angry i must admit the trailer this did not inspire confidence i assange aroused by kebir who went up in the dino bahts or whenever within the last one kinda word but there were really it was really poor the way they were used they still haven't done the construct a con so i need to construct the wife for the beast wars movie or is i watched so much of that when a heavy ever effort my back i got deep into the beast wars is there any of the flight around and similar is on the koran whereas the where i was thinking about all units us yesterday i was thing where the fuck known where's.

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