7 Burst results for "Kelly Eh"
"kelly eh" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"You can build a super bowl roster. He's done that before. But you can only do it if he's passionate about the roster in front of him in. What i mean is after two thousand fifteen. When it's sort of pushed on the one side of the building. He came back and looked at the roster and went. This isn't mine. this is chip kelly's eh. He was able sort of make logical moves to build into a contender but he can't do that now because this is still his baby and he's just too emotionally attached to it. So whichever one of those guys wanna talk about a feel. Like i'm the biggest doug i out there. I mean. you didn't get a job this offseason. I don't know if that was by his own design or there wasn't a lot of bite around the league. I thought potentially the jets would have been an option for him. They're given the the joe douglas connection. If he's he's been set up in the air of this family would be close by theoretically know he has since sold his house. That could have been a kind of a a do over of the beginning of the when sarah were they have the second the second pick in the draft they draft this non power five conference player wills and obviously their skill sets aren't exactly at similar. They're not the same size of players But i thought that'd be. That'd be a situation where we say. Hey we saw doug could work magic a little bit with winds. Obviously his career didn't go exactly where people want it. He did maximize. Nick foles with a strong coaching staff. Underneath of him and maybe try to recapture that magic again. Here with zach wilson so. I thought that was me landing spot. We heard some buzz about him. Maybe being the offense coordinator in seattle. And i i mean maybe that he would have taken over for carol in a year or two and carol would either retire to resign to just a front office role. But i don't know. I would hope he gets a coaching job. And twenty twenty two. I didn't want the eagles to fire my thought. The the quarterback in the general manager were bigger problems for the organization and twenty twenty. Then he was thinking was a tad scapegoated in a bed and from both sides both offensively with a quarterback and the players on the team. I would like to see him maximize. We'll be see from jalen hurts this year but that's obviously discussion. We were on a few months back. I agree with you completely. Well here's the thing. I think this offseason. He looked at the janssen the texans. He's coming off like a season where the eagles were clearly so dysfunctional. And the texans and jets even though there's the dot joe. Douglas compare Connection i think he just thought you know. If i'm going to do this and i can come in as a super bowl winning head coach. I want to go to a place that shown me that there are a little more stable. And they'll give me the keys to the car. And i can really build this. I think if you went into the jets the texans he would kind of repeat a nightmare that he kind of felt with with eagles and again. I don't know if that's the case. I thought it sounded like he got fired because he just refused to build a staff that he just was like. No i like all these guys and and you know. More or less disobeyed a direct order to like get shit together. All the sword for press taylor. I think he was just being tired of. I think he wanted her to being told what to do of the fire softener. Weird wire something gone. He wanna go. He didn't wanna feel on someone else fail on his own. He didn't want be like you have to do this. But then if you fail you're fired it's like no we'll just fire me now..
"kelly eh" Discussed on AM Joy
"A global approach to stopping soviet communism wherever it spread of course The excesses of following the truman doctrine led eventually to the the horrors vietnam ultimately over the course of nine presidencies the truman doctrine and the marshall plan and nato ended up leading to the eventual collapse of the soviet union and also led to the rise of the american century but when it was applied to rigidly when it was applied to ideologically obviously americans paid in a great way and we have to have a more focused foreign policy moving forward and i think that starts by us patching up friendships with our nato allies And and others across the globe. Who are who are democratically. Supportive of of boop inside their own country and international agreements like the iran deal and the the paris climate agreement and those are important ways. Joe biden can learn from previous presidents and how to engage. I wanna take this also to sort of truman. The man and truman the policy person at home you have a chapter talking about how personnel is policy right now. There are lots of challenges. Lots of sort of chattering class voices are saying. Hey joe biden. You need to have a more diverse cabinet joe biden. You're not going far enough. Truman was in a somewhat similar situation. I mean he desegregated the armed forces he gets credit for that but at a personal level. He was still basically a racist. He was even racist for that time. What do you think. Joe biden will need to do in order to make sure that he has a cabinet that not only reflects the people who put him in office but also reflects the actual changing global majority and the changing american majority. That wants to be at the wheels of power going forward. Well joe biden understands better than anybody that he got elected not because of white progressives so just be very blunt he got elected because of black voters said at time and again the white progressives had their say in iowa the white progressives had their say in new hampshire and he got routed and then When everybody was saying that the election was over black women in south carolina said. Hold my beer to vote. And they black voters across the deep south went to vote. We saw the same thing in the general election. Joe biden knows he owes the democratic nomination to black voters and he certainly he. He was awake through the middle of the night. Wondering what was going to happen. In milwaukee county. What was going to happen in wayne county. What was going to happen in philadelphia. What was gonna happen in atlanta. And what happened was black. Voters came out and made the difference and when black voters a united with. Let's say in georgia white voters and the suburbs of atlanta made all the difference in the world so so joe biden owes not only his presidency to black voters. He owes his his nomination. His political survival to people like jim clyburn and black voters across the south and across the nation so he needs to have a cabinet. That reflects the changing demographics of america. And i can't believe he doesn't know that better than anybody else. Hopefully he will read that chapter your book and recognize that. Even if you've made mistakes in the past as joe biden has that you can still end up making a difference going forward. I wanna say this. Very quickly if joe biden. Were to read this book if you could get it in his hands right. Is he stepping in the white house. That's right on his mantle. He and jill or through it every night. And what's the lesson you want them to learn from it. Too lessons one. Is that a man who graduated from spalding. Commercial college in kansas city mocked and ridiculed. His entire life considered a simpleton was called by the new york. Times was called the rube. He surrounded himself with the smartest people in washington. The wise men in washington of day. He asked for their advice. He listened. He did not assume that he was the smartest man in the room and unlike donald trump and past presence he actually Took their advice. That would be one thing. The second thing i would say is and it's unpopular right now but it would be constantly be in touch like harry. Truman was with the other side. Yes mcconnell is going to be very difficult to deal with. But we'll mitt romney baby mitt. Romney maybe susan collins Maybe lisa murkowski will continue to forge alliances with people. Like joe manchin and the new senator from arizona. Kelly mark kelly eh. kristen cinema governor hickenlooper when he becomes a senator. I think there is a chance for bipartisan compromise. And of course once you get that you'll have people on the left and people on the right trying to pull that. You know that those compromise bills is for izaac and go. And it's up for joe biden to understand how for he can take it in his direction. Politics is the art of the possible. And i am optimistic. That there is a possibility of some bipartisanship over the next two years. I'd like him to read the chapters. Where truman figured out how to do that without sacrificing his values. Joe you are way more optimistic than me about joe. Biden's chances anyway i can. I say way more optimistic than my wife who tells. Yes powering highly skeptical. Thank you so much for coming on this morning. I encourage everybody to go out and get the book. It's actually a great great book more. Am joy after the break. Let me just say jason. You're such a copycat i guess. Now all of a sudden. You're getting. Maybe i should go out and get my teeth and i can remind everybody about it every thirty seconds that have a pc political science. But it's fine. I will be live trolling. I'm sorry live tweeting While you host and seriously congratulations my fram. She's.
"kelly eh" Discussed on Today, Explained
"As this continues and it becomes is pretty clear that this was a concerted effort to cause problems in Fort Lee as retaliation. Did anyone have any genuine question. As to whether the Governor Christie was involved. Yeah because the players involved were so tightly aligned with him we would eventually learn. Learn that a man named David Wild scene was the one who came up with this idea. he had actually been the statistician on Christie's High School Baseball Ball team and was a political blogger in new jersey. He was also something of like a dark arts political operative. He was the guy who for for example before a senatorial debate with Frank Lautenberg sometime in the nineteen eighties. Frank Lautenberg was the Democrat. He Stole Laufenberg suit. Jackets allowing Burg. Look ridiculous during the televised debate. It was that kind of stuff and when Christie became governor he created a position for Wildstein at the port. Thirty to support Christie's political causes and that's why he concocted the scheme and to help him carry it out. He enlisted bridget. Kelly Eh Christie's deputy chief of Staff Bill Baroni who is actually Wildstein. Boss the guy who had gone to the state legislature and concocted. This bogus story about there. Being a traffic study wildstein would end up charged and indicted by the feds and he pleaded guilty and decided decided to cooperate with the feds and then they then indicted bridget. Kelly and Bill Baroni and David Wildstein testified against them. And what happens convicted. They get charged with convicted on counts of conspiracy and fraud. They were charged with civil rights violations for interfering with people's right to interstate travel the right delight driver on New Jersey and they were due to go to prison. The appealed Bill Baroni. Says you know what I'm GonNa get this over with. So last April he reports to a federal prison in Pennsylvania. Bridget Kelly has four kids. She wants to delay when she's going to go to prison for as long as possible. We'll so she's going to now appeal to the Supreme Court but nobody thinks the supreme court's GonNa take this case. It's about traffic in New Jersey and it doesn't seem to be any major issues. At the Supreme Court would want to delve into so bridget's at home getting ready for her ex husband to move into the house so she can go to prison in July bills in the gym at the prison in Pennsylvania working out and they got a call at the Supreme Court last June decides a to actually take this case a year ago I walked into federal prison and I never dreamed that the Supreme Supreme Court of the United States would agree to hear our case. And here we are and that's where we are today because oral arguments were finally heard on this case and Bridget Kelly and bill baroni showed up a bill. Roedy gets out of prison. He asked prison the day after they decided to take the case out on bail pending the Supreme Court's decision decision and bridget. Kelly doesn't have to go to prison because she's waiting on the Supreme Court. It was a miracle as far as they were concerned that the Supreme Court decided.
"kelly eh" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"Help. This is an Salou project in boys. Team don't get me wrong rather gang. The at that point having just got through meeting a double album. We'd another twenty songs that became as the next album. We in the basis. Specie attuned wants released opposites in similarities. And there's like thirty eight films and I just almost killed myself and at that point not physically you know I mean i. Don't you mean myself appropriate. At that point I was just needed help. It was the first to die so they turn into my friends and I think I need help here. Because you can't have your eagle and you know especially young men in this day in this day and age. It's were more than ever which is great. You know he's these guys getting so much better. It needs to because my dad and his genius and there was no. You're not going to be who the field nice to reaching snow. And even then it just comes over his right. They're not gonNA gouge particularly time right now. And you wouldn't even feign do why Imagine Lori. Okay must have been a bird and so it's extremely healthy. That people can express themselves was not not again. That's a positive social media to be able to reach out to someone that maybe you've even never met and feel your. You've got this connection. You can support support each other in a really unusually in a really helpful minor. You know. I think that's an get up for that. That is tough tooting is one of the most funds lashed damaging things you can do you too. You Know Meal Female Trans Wherever you are. It's not that's not specific to main. Thank it does seem the Maynard the Windsor Moose stupid. That would go into everything that pair severe and then you end up falling over in wondering why will fall in over almost so I worry abate Mafra people were interior. Breath of the boys are a crew of kids and everything failure. Weird that when we come say to what would be twelve hours taine deference and they're trying to maintain the family life and some kind of normalcy for the kids and in that takes relay for an and real focus and can afford fortitude to be honest I am I think not to exceed being in the behind this can check here. But because there's an eagle involved. There's like this kind of an adoration when you're pleading she'll you know that that can sometimes bleed into the rest of your day is really unhealthy and and I always try and really the show is my most important tourism. Should as for most people in there but I really try and shake off the show who afterwards I actually know Sipa Maceo for records of a narrative after the show because I just have to deflate the egos in so unglamorous synthetic survive. This is how you to survive. You have to filter all out after filter hosts the whole team in United Sleep. And then you're exactly and God bless we could see honestly if I didn't if I can smoke a couple joints after the shoe deny that I'd still be part in his heart awards awards It'd be folded eight with people or or lost Here spokes in suddenly. You make an extremely family Stupid decision of of of when you know. And that's that's what happens in tier. That's why bands break up. You can some things you've been in each other's poke. Its than someone say as something and you go kid and then it's just you see each other you know it can be so Fana- with with some of the documents. Yeah I know and we cheat a couple of friends in the. It's wonderful when you see how long they've been doing and and you do. What people you in you you know? If you're seeing some of your buddies may be haven't seen for US sometimes see closer whether the at the peak or trough and there's nothing side there when you see someone you just want to see are you a rate in an inevitably dancer phenom vein but we always you know some some needs to change you know and that's all you can do is be there for your friends because it's it's its name is addictive what we do is we. Will you know going in. The reason is as an addictive like a drug you know. I'm you know I can only speak for me. But there's a nate. I have to do you want to do. And I'm a few years yourself. I feel like I'm being me me. That's a big part of who I am the dormant. Unless I'm doing it do you. Do you feel quite a bit different if you're doing theater shoes. Does that ring fat. Just try not to do that too now. Officer reasons did you start. I did I did boy in the walk nineteen years and whatever. I've been doing it now. I do very key. I don't fail USC. Ah I personally don't feel comfortable. You know that's what must be. Sui is a different disciplined. Really isn't a and your hate speech. I mean that's perhaps more a performance does that does that because it starts because it's like a like a completely fail sometimes. Does it feel slightly alien. Could imagine him definitely inhabit Kelly Eh. Everything was different way to work and from the ground up for me with tooting. Is the traveling that can sometimes be the toughest but that we neurones in there originally is that. Is that the toughest part of your job at your Wheaton. No I'm I'm I'm so paid white white whitens part of it now I mean we we look I feel so lucky to work with incredible of inspiring paper that we sit around and have have conversations certainly not as in depth of as what we've yeah they're having a little. Snatches you get those ten fifteen minutes of so. Please lie for someone guys she today. You got very close to being called. I tell ya affiliate but then he never get back to that point because distract you to which you know go back to what we spoke about the beginning when you were talking to me about why I this I suppose to finish initial conversation that you will play. Start Your buddies here of how to start off like that. Is that because see some teams with your friends. It can be tougher to catch. Selena conversation like this can debt blue. This surfaces have been. It's been it's been lovely and depth as this has been incredible while we availed disarming. I mean you know a couple of teams few too lax and we've from when we first met. It was GONNA go to that Boyd Silent. I'm so thrilled that you've come ominous and don't move at this conference angry. Hope I've been spaded too much nonsense insp haven't told it's been an absolute joy. I don't really main and I. It was lovely increase. Thanks and another episode is done on wall. Great Company Simon as he so warm funny. He's one of those characters that those people that you may have any Koala. So have you been his lot. We've known each other for it is is just like ninety so smiling and I really hope. All that time across. He's taught shortstop atop Fowler. Can't thank him enough to me as coming on the PODCAST. Great White and the year and this is the end of the episode. Yeah so look. If join those and it's your first episode. I live musicians. Go back go back through the catalog loud of great episodes were people with God if it got less than Now Rogers John Laura McClure from reverend the reverend the makers speak Bill Ryder Jones owns gas. Combs Loan Ladies Louder People tour of Miss Somebody out there but yeah go back and picking up out save. You want to get to know someone a little bit better and I'm sure show you will so You know what finders were on all the social media's at to shop pod and yeah well sh we just made back mass Thursday okay well look. I hope you'll week back. 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"kelly eh" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Tonight tonight several developing stories as we come on the air the first person working inside sedan on President Trump's phone call with the president of Ukraine what he says he heard and then reported more than once at tonight the other breaking headlined the shouting match that erupted during that testimony were members of Congress trying to get him to reveal the name of the whistleblower also breaking tonight the raging fires and Kelly Eh the major new concern at this hour tonight into tomorrow now bracing for the worst winds yet hurricane force wind gusts and tonight already in Los Angeles homes burned to the ground and to the north and San Francisco more than one hundred homes and structures gone rick seen the northeast tonight the plane crashing into a neighbor Hoods setting homes on fire there is news coming in tonight about the pilot Boeing C. E. O. grilled by Congress confronted by families holding up pictures of loved ones in year after the first deadly crash that 737 Max jet how he responded that cruise ship tragedy at toddler granddaughter falling from that cruise ship window tonight or Indiana grandfather charged with negligent homicide the family defending him and what they're now demanding to see deadly earthquake tonight building making homes and schools destroyed breaking news in the urgent manhunt for missing fourteen year old girl a confirmed sighting tonight with the suspect and the horrific attack at a McDonald's drive through and the motive behind it this is ABC news tonight with David Muir fitting it it's great to have you with us here at Tuesday night and we begin tonight with the first person working inside the White House to testify in the impeachment inquiry spending hours already answering questions defying the White House order not to appear Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vitamin A decorated Iraq war vet and the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council. His office in the White House he listened in on that call between president trump and the president of Ukraine what he says he heard on that call and then reported on multiple occasions and tonight what we have just learned from it inside the questioning the shouting that erupted were members of Congress trying to get the witness to reveal the whistleblower. ABC's Mary Bruce Leads us off from the hill tonight Lieutenant colonel Alexander Vitamin a decorated combat veteran arriving on Capitol Hill today the first person working inside the White House to testify and the first witness who listened in on the phone call between President trump and Ukrainian President Vladimir Zielinski Vin men who works on the National Security Council telling lawmakers that he was concerned earned that on that call trump was pressuring Alinsky to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter in his Opening Statement Veneman said I did not think it was proper to demand is that a foreign government investigate a US citizen adding that it would undermine US national security he said he was also troubled by the behavior of Gordon into the US ambassador to the European Union in a meeting with Ukrainian officials then men recalled ambassadors sunland started to speak about Ukraine delivering specific investigation agents in order to secure the meeting with the president he says then National Security Adviser John Bolton interjected cutting the meeting short later Vin men recalled he self-stated to ambassador Sunland that his statements were inappropriate that the request to investigate Biden and his son had nothing to do with national security vitamins testing Oni raising questions about what SOM- Lynch told lawmakers the ambassador.
"kelly eh" Discussed on Indigenous 100 Podcast
"South and the recently departed and there are times when we share a laugh this conversation has it all the series the Cockatiel is has helped to you absolutely toll was wasn't it was more about the Tabu in what would happen you know Katie everything like that and I guess we're figured you know not forget it up but we're able to get that balance the political kill to kill we're GonNa hit advocate data what do you mean Autobahn for no I think it's it's obvious over time it's growing he's grown more passion for them his at the time differently I was taken back by his has designed to Jackie too from a big bucket of war at the front of the muscle set forth you place yourself wash yourself we're bringing that the whole unite Dal Monte Yucky to barbecue and how the transition did funny or something around it and I always used to quaking it was probably the I just felt like he needed to have Kinda came we told me come the toll on knowing she doesn't complain motorized you mentally ill the Tokyo Koku sprinkle away ooh yeah when you started to think about when you started the company funeral does coddle enough to Timakova now and get the hell out of this difficult for us to get in well not not not to me at that time we would really qualified you know Tim's of That the qualification they have here in New Zealand but we had experienced without iron and so in Oakland difficult all wait are to compare them out of all why he knew honing our cowboys county this I think it's safe for me to say that at the time it was challenging the views of the funeral homes sort of look down on us because we weren't at the level of service they kind of felt like all his this aries and now industry and now they're trying to be professional with with services that they also provide a felt like that at the time but I guess there was a motivation Milwaukee picked up by a piranha difficulty. Let's see you have to deal with it because that must be pretty challenging simply at harm and then have to deal with it definitely but I think it's like any type of business you know when you see someone new coming your three and it was a it was good for us in in a way tonight that we style so we used it as as a motivation to be successful but to show people shout e we show others what does it they we can provide in can we do that and I guess we are point of differences in the level of service that we provide the health regional foyer any my handle dental thumb Martha Gacaca near where am warlike will pay all my keep the found Tooth Allama aw you very much so it's a Balancing Act it's in getting that right and not not over not mutiny Mattie t t t was depote the Mike Demoted Kaku they don't want to Houma an alternate the the muddy and they're not thinking right and so when you love someone and you want the very best don't you and so that's one of the things making sure that it's all affordable keep it that you do that because that's a tough conversation take a break and you look at a at some point in time you in that prices you we need to discuss costs and it's something that we can't hide we do have to have that conversation with fan and so we try and be as transparent as we can it is transparent as we can from the point of of conversation but you're chief financial chief focus the GOP put that back on thin he spins it all say what was the on you know because I know that have transportation on one of the this is the Austin comeback with all the wheels and the Dalai I will deign to some people take first of all of the pumps up the round the clock the law in this we have to deal with within it's about doing sensitively but there are some times when I will be straight up in order not to you you want the cream of the crop also note let's not be silly and generally the generation united my name's generous in the seventies eighties eight year olds they wouldn't want you mum Brookdale so you can feel it not just get something that gets the job done for you in the founder to choline into the Marine Lupu so have a little packages called a tiny hung package which is Zahn specifically for Al Al modified who have got their own car back the our place the two Cosco's in the and Dr Zits you know when you first started to do Papa Kooky one Yoko Reuter Maldini funner today open straightaway ago year we're going with you 'cause you're Mahdian let's assume absolutely was overwhelming the support of semifinal within the community the local climate or queer groups though are supportive and they will need to come be part of the cut Akhir be part of the take everything in because it's you know it's we haven't done it in the usual manner in terms of what's L. The famous used to with other funeral homes it has done an end run like a fonder told me through that dion um we're heading off on so what does too much they don't though you'll be the home of the hospital will arrive arrive at office me to to take what they do eat the farner towing aware than the you know the something about it it just seems everyone you know we're as because he do one engage some in court title with them and have some relationship with them sometimes they go in the in the dishonor we don I'm sure about these people we don't really know them even they've seen the show in the have responsibility to connect Knicks will you know with the hands of the homey and it just took us and helps me connect with who we dealing with here you know people someone did on the beat here but we've got families to do what are we dealing with who are we oh you from him and what are you after you know what I mean when you touch co party who could do it just feels everything and then officials tweet me dial Datta Kuroki Heaney and everything just froze kinda helps you both concern too you can I sometimes eight though I but that's an important part of the process used by Columbia human spirit uh-huh sauce Nah as united as an Oregon this one of the main differences between what you do because you have your own money departures how deal without Montana directing with fun but what is really important at like that brings us the unites us because we are able to be one with Kirk in one with humidity and we started office we we we live team we to Turkey defined I say closed it and now priciest before the fan I leave we always conclude with it sort of ceremonial process but the humidity with Kelly eh so they say no you know thickly tripled in our safe journey at least concluded with the cure oh boy what's the most difficult part of the job Brunson the most difficult part for me since our business is growing it's a used to be able to have the time to for a lot of urban Mari take a muddy on tomorrow to come in there and headquartered in so that would be out of court two quarters in so we hid time to do that but now it's an in this is a good places I don't want to feel like always good for us now he's not doing any me not doing any of this it truly is just about the time in there to papa coup that needs to be taken care of that Whitey and so we just got to get back to take we have stopped but it's growing a little bit quickly and we're not sort of women we really for it and so that's we've had wash ahead discussed in about Madonna lose what special better quality the quality and being there for our people and it seems to to to have the he into Fatto when you take into public back to a house and they've got no concord within sanity within the RENOVICA quarter I'd be into that like I love doing that quarter will suffer all year you'd be equal pay to have you put you know what I mean you're right look we'll never Lee we'll have me why Kirke for quick translation into English so we all know what we're on but if you take a look take it to come to our house the body down and leave or just in there and watch nothing is so we'd and even these people all practising modern day no this is not something needs to happen Kirke Humira or some words of Marlena to our radio and at this point often which we've had some words and shaded they this is the ceiling feeling comfortable as you were and let's just let you be Iran worry about protocols than not inclined so you're going to say something else about difficulties well I thought at the peons nick prince type of situation you're in the cases that we care for what I guess farm lousy arrest situations we the deceased married several times and you were we should deal with so many kids ah amongst themselves then you become a mediator a counsellor rooming media through the do you do filled responsibility because he also you're on a timeframe seat like found we do have another finally coming due to zero this now you can come back tomorrow the owner I want to go home tonight wow let's skip ahead of you work through that what what's your approach try Fato Matia over won't I think sometimes it is like referring them back to the love on our way there's been waiting for your next last hour these have couric here and we'll go and see him and then most of the majority of the time span not just like pot of reaping doing all this time actually lowering right so so being up into a couple of situations where that's happened and was on these kids doing up the other kids are going big eight the guy was a male to mama I still I mean these are the Laos we have behind.
"kelly eh" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Within a man no nope was it's a woman was a woman yeah it was it's a british woman is this british woman and actress now is these british woman a tv presenter is she older than sixty oh see now that harsh but now not a younger than six tough calls show does she present a show that's currently on television does she presents i have no idea does she presented show on bbc one is it on itv yes daytime s tv was it holly willoughby daytime itv presides and alleged gender much beloved is she array of sunshine an everybody's lives i is she a scottish lady yes is she alluring kelly eh she's a lovely aeci he can't now but just smiled when your nearest like at un who key eu lacolle scum at which she on the red i'll thanks very much you'll feel commute swooped would you issue on the wine overseas she just passing through is on the street so i hope not very thorough in the prizes walking through london swigging out the butler rides the brown boils aaa nab miles i cow game i'll around and you're all right gal may i'll create you'd ab long kia balzac an english our i am irish at where they were saying the right area that guy that i was not i ride red wine box oliver balfe red safe i was looking at her on twitter this week why we do kelly this is another way of course you have no he's not but i did look at high profile picture look at that that struck my eyes and i was like wow.