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"kenniston" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:43 min | 10 months ago

"kenniston" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The cdc director according to axios dot com has already suggested now. It's not official yet. But they're reporting that the cdc director rachelle wolinsky said on friday. The us quote may need to update unquote. Its definition for what it means to have full vaccination against covert now. They haven't yet. She explained that since not everyone is yet eligible for a booster under cdc rules. They can't make that definitional change yet. The once they say everyone over the age of eighteen is now eligible to receive a booster shot. Then they can go ahead and change the definition of what it means to be quote unquote fully vaccinated. So therefore everyone who's currently fully vaccinated will no longer be fully vaccinated the move the goalposts. That's kind of this is right on the tail of the fda finally approving the booster right correct. Yeah it's not. It's not approved for all age groups yet. It's approved for specific like people who are over the age of sixty five and then anyone between eighteen and sixty five who have specific vulnerabilities or something like that. Well as far as i know they still can't require you to get a thing that hasn't gotten approved yet though it's coming they're going to. They're going to approve. Also i i actually appreciate the fact that the fda has been dragging its feet on. This did you just say kennison's is actually serving anyone anywhere. Who's over twenty one not just medical patients anymore or not. Just people in states where it's recreationally legal correct correct because of the captain's picking up his phone right now. Okay okay. What's the legal argument here. Because that sounds like it's begging for federal raid or something like that. I mean how are you. How are you doing this openly and not like on the dark web. So far as amendments go in the united states and the way the rules go under article four section one of the constitution Which if you read that. I mean. I don't know if you wanna pull that up and read it out exactly the way it's written but in simple terms just insurance that the acts in the constitutions of one st are insured another states so really and as and as you're aware i mean new jersey not the only recreational state that's legal now there's plenty of others but they did it in the constitution. Which would be unusual compared to other states Yeah correct i mean they can do by statute they could do by Just different methods but this is actually a new jersey constitutional interesting. I didn't realize that they'd they'd made that change that way that's That sounds like a first. How did that happen to where you got convicted of a felony and you just went right back at it and continued sense. I mean what was the thought process there so in terms of the program itself. They said that the ca like they didn't go after kenniston karen was legal entity formed. I mean exactly the way it needs to be Legally and lawfully and The program guidelines of where medicine has to come from was they just said to me. You know the medicine has to come from california. And that's pretty much it for this program. I mean you are legal entity allowed to do so so they told you okay. You're fine to live in. Let me say the following you..

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"kenniston" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"kenniston" Discussed on The Know Show

"In reforming the system changing the system. So that in this country we have a fair education system and productive education system. Vogue again to the filip suit. I'd like to thank you for tuning in at the no show of making academic research many more people so that we can tackle inequality in education. Please join our community members and help us keep the show alive by donating any amount. You can do this on. Patronage can be found on patriots dot com slash. the no-show alternative is our website. Www duck the no-show. Donna francis thank you so much for joining me on the no-show a cpa police have you an account way to get to get into the of of of your research but thank you so much for joining me to be here and i'm so what drew me to to your research and so i just stopped by giving the audience of a background was to why i think you'll. Your work is amazing because i came across A book that you call it engines of privilege. And you talk cool in engines of privilege. One of these issues have been popularized. But not in my opinion not researched Which is you know inequality that is perpetuated through private schools or public schools in the uk. And you know in the book you you do. I mean it's a it's a. It's a phenomenal piece work for me because it opened my eyes to so of not just what. The current situation looks like the historical so of progression of it. And you know how different governments have responded to it over time. So what led you to looking at this factor of inequality should onto that is increasing realizing how important it is and what a big big effect. It has on on our life in britain The media to triggering factor was a meeting. I had with my old friends. David kenniston the coal for the book. David is a major social historic news written about the history of britain since the end of the second world war and i joined up with him again about six or seven years ago. He he'd a major piece in the new statesman calling for a reconsideration of of the education system. And i thought that was fantastic. And we teamed up together and decide. Yes we need to need to ride batting so For me jailed absolutely with my existing more academic research to build up the case examined all the arguments in kind of more normative way And and present my expertise to china inference. The discourse goes on the public about. This is a pretty bold move though. I mean you must have ruffled some feathers in in putting together a piece like that that you know really highlights what is causing the inequality or what is perpetuating inequality. Ruffling feathers certainly happened. I think he got a few a few old reviews. Should we in in the national press typically from places like the times so I think on the whole they missed the point of the boat. They didn't pro play upset with our fold button on the whole. It was very defensive. Learn defensive saying oh. We're not such a bad as you think would be one way of summarizing responses came to. I mean the other responses were just paint stupidity.

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"kenniston" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"kenniston" Discussed on The Know Show

"In reforming the system changing the system. So that in this country we have a fair education system and productive education system. Vogue again to the filip suit. I'd like to thank you for tuning in at the no show of making academic research many more people so that we can tackle inequality in education. Please join our community members and help us keep the show alive by donating any amount. You can do this on. Patronage can be found on patriots dot com slash. the no-show alternative is our website. Www duck the no-show. Donna francis thank you so much for joining me on the no-show a cpa police have you an account way to get to get into the of of of your research but thank you so much for joining me to be here and i'm so what drew me to to your research and so i just stopped by giving the audience of a background was to why i think you'll. Your work is amazing because i came across A book that you call it engines of privilege. And you talk cool in engines of privilege. One of these issues have been popularized. But not in my opinion not researched Which is you know inequality that is perpetuated through private schools or public schools in the uk. And you know in the book you you do. I mean it's a it's a. It's a phenomenal piece work for me because it opened my eyes to so of not just what. The current situation looks like the historical so of progression of it. And you know how different governments have responded to it over time. So what led you to looking at this factor of inequality should onto that is increasing realizing how important it is and what a big big effect. It has on on our life in britain The media to triggering factor was a meeting. I had with my old friends. David kenniston the coal for the book. David is a major social historic news written about the history of britain since the end of the second world war and i joined up with him again about six or seven years ago. He he'd a major piece in the new statesman calling for a reconsideration of of the education system. And i thought that was fantastic. And we teamed up together and decide. Yes we need to need to ride batting so For me jailed absolutely with my existing more academic research to build up the case examined all the arguments in kind of more normative way And and present my expertise to china inference. The discourse goes on the public about. This is a pretty bold move though. I mean you must have ruffled some feathers in in putting together a piece like that that you know really highlights what is causing the inequality or what is perpetuating inequality. Ruffling feathers certainly happened. I think he got a few a few old reviews. Should we in in the national press typically from places like the times so I think on the whole they missed the point of the boat. They didn't pro play upset with our fold button on the whole. It was very defensive. Learn defensive saying oh. We're not such a bad as you think would be one way of summarizing responses came to. I mean the other responses were just paint stupidity.

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Boris Johnson Hopes to Meet Biden for Talks at White House

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:59 min | 11 months ago

Boris Johnson Hopes to Meet Biden for Talks at White House

"British media reports that prime minister. Boris johnson will travel to washington later this month for a frank conversation with the us. President joe biden. The means income says attesting time for the special relationship between washington and london. With both johnson's allies and foes in westminster questioning whether they can rely on. Us support after the hasty withdrawal of american forces from afghanistan. Let's get the latest now with thomas gift director of the ucla sensor on us politics. Thank you very much for joining us this afternoon. Thomas so first of all. How necessary is this face to face. Meeting between these lead us. Well it's great to be with you. Marcus and thanks so much for joining me. I think it's particularly significant time for the two leaders to mate especially given what happened in the aftermath of afghanistan. I think the first point to note here is really the obvious that boris johnson is reaching out to joe biden about holding a meeting and not the other way around reflects the rather straightforward state of affairs that the uk needs the united states more than the united states needs the uk both countries of course would prefer to be on good terms with one another and a healthy working transatlantic. Collaboration is in the interest of both london and washington. However despite the special relationship the power imbalance is real. And i think what we saw with afghanistan and what the johnson administration really has to come to terms with is that joe biden is not unlike any other leader in that. He's going to prioritize interest of his home country. It's clear that he wanted out about kenniston that he thought exiting afghanistan was in the best interest of the united states and that very little would've changed his mind. And that was the case. Regardless of what the u k thought or any other western ally for that matter but against this backdrop. I think it is a timely opportunity for both leaders to get together over over a table and kind of talk through things. What happened and how they can do things better

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How the US Government Hid the Truth About Afghanistan

The Diane Rehm Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

How the US Government Hid the Truth About Afghanistan

"America's long as war comes to a close after twenty years. The united states has finally pulled out a bath kenniston but it was not the orderly withdrawal president biden had to hope for that takeover by the taliban the chaos at the airport the isis k. Attack that killed both the afghans and you as servicemembers letting americans in shock matinee asking. How could this happen. Craig quit his hand investigated for the washington post and author of the new book. The afghanistan papers a secret history. The war in he recounts how afghanistan became such a quagmire. And the hell. The american government misled the public about this situation on the ground. Craig join me. Thursday morning craig. The war in afghanistan is now officially over. Many americans were so shocked at what happened. It was in the orderly exit. Everyone expected why was there. Such a disconnect between what we thought was going to happen and what actually happened well. That's a really good question. It may take some time to sort out but in terms of the binding administration. You know the clearly thought that the afghan government would be able to remain in power in kabul for at least a few months and they were expecting that they'd be able to hang on and there'd be a longer transient transition period.

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"kenniston" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"kenniston" Discussed on Post Reports

"Making sure that they didn't get into the hands of the taliban women. The taliban has been taking some american weapons for years. So maybe they figured that was more of the same. But you're asking a really great question here which is you know. Why didn't he take steps to sort of make the pull out. Not as terrible as it became. You know. I think on one hand you know you saw the president trying to frankly paint a very rosy picture and offer an assessment about the likelihood that the afghan forces would stand up. That was very much not in keeping with the advice. He seems to have been getting at least from his intelligence agencies so when the president does that is he putting spin on things is he not understanding what he's hearing is he misleading the public. Because he doesn't want to you know kind of own the disaster or make it seem as dire. I dunno. i suspect we'll we'll find that out so now that the us is essentially going to be dealing with an afghanistan that is run by the taliban. How does that change our national security risks. As a country i think at arguably increases them significantly. I mean we are. The united states is putting a big bet on the taliban acting as i guess what we would call in relative terms a responsible actor which is to say not allowing afghanistan to become a safe haven for terrorist groups the way it was before the september eleventh attacks whether they will make good on that commitment remains be seen and i think that's really the big one big question we don't have a force nef ghanistan right now. We don't have an embassy in afghanistan right now which means we're not we don't have. Cia personnel on the ground running spies running agents. We're gonna have a really hard time collecting intelligence from within the country. We're going to have to rely on satellite imagery on communications intercepts. We're going to try and do this. Counter terrorism mission from afar. That's gonna be really hard so really the future of afghanistan and our security there. An intentional thrust us really rests with. I think what the taliban decides to do and how aggressive the united states is going to be encountering any threats like if we see terrorist camps rebuilding portions of afghanistan. Do we go in and take them out. We bomb them. Do we send in special operations forces to kind of get in and get out. I think you could expect that the administration would do that. And they're betting that the taliban knows they would and will potentially take steps to make sure that those terrorist groups don't set up base there but we're gonna have to see what happens. I also wanna talk a little bit more about the afghan president ashraf ghani who essentially fled the country over the weekend. Even hearing president biden. Talk about president ghani's departure. I feel like you could sense some animosity there or frustration or disappointment that this president did not stay in place to try to lead his country. And in fact that was part of biden's argument for you know. Look if the afghans are not going to do the work to try to keep their country intact like why are we gonna stay there but i wonder like what role does ghani playing this and also we're is he like. What do we know about the circumstances under which he fled and why he is not in the country. I'm not sure where he is right now. I believe i've seen reports that he's in a neighboring country Yeah the anger from president. Biden was palpable against you know ghani and by extension the political leadership of kenniston who he sees as essentially abandoning the country afghanistan political leaders gave up and fled the country. The afghan military collapsed sometime without trying to fight again. This is in the category of things that we really need to know more about. But i find it very telling that he left as quickly as he did. I mean it. Almost felts negotiated in a way. I'm not saying that it was but we've seen reports. I should say provincial. Officials striking deals with the taliban in advance them coming into their cities and basically just handing over the keys. This was really a question to for the white house. I mean the you know the leader to leader communication. Did we not understand that he was going to pack up and go or did we know if we had a sense that he was going to leave this quickly. That might have been a tell for us because once the president of afghanistan left. I mean that was the signal that effectively the the game was over that the taliban was going to face no real resistance and when they came into kabul. But i should say to. You know the this kind of dim view that president biden and others have of ashraf. Ghani i mean this really goes. I think for a lot of the political class afghanistan over the years. I mean you're talking about a government where corruption has been endemic. And i think you know. A generation of us officials have just been very clear light and skeptical about their ability to to maintain a country absent us presidents and assistance. So in that sense. I don't know that anybody had a lot of hopes that ghani was going to try. And you know hold down the ford fight to the bitter end. But what i also find. You know so remarkable about this moment is that it's almost like it's it's so hard for us as americans to believe that. An american president would knowingly walk away from a country understanding that it was just going to descend indicate loss and be overtaken by militant fundamentalists. But that's what happened. I mean he knew that this would occur. Think it's hard for a lot of americans to swallow this right now. The idea that knowing how likely it was that things would go very badly that he still made the decision to go. But he's been very frank about that in his comments and it's just it's it's so stunning for me to see. I think because it's so at odds with what three successive american presidents have told us there which is that you know. There were hopeful about the mission. You know we're trying to build stability. We're trying to get the government to a place where it can stand on its own. I mean what we're finding now. Is that free years. People have privately understood that that was not likely to be the case. And you know it's striking to hear an american president basically say you know. Come on quick hitting yourself like we're going and he is stuck by.

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"kenniston" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"kenniston" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Taliban says it intends to respect women's rights but if history is any indication the women of afghanistan are endanger the swift fall of kabul. This week has women in the country fearing that they will once again lose their rights or possibly their lives. Holly popal founded the afghan women's football team in two thousand and seven but was forced to seek asylum in denmark because of threats to her life we reached her in copenhagen kalita. Do you believe that. The taliban has any real intention as they said. Today of respecting the rights of women in the country unfortunately It's no we don't believe them They have proven are not even months. They weeks days. They're not like holding their promises. We have witnessed And there're many victims in india provinces in rula that's The past few weeks and few days taliban taking over the man of the family has been killed by by the taleban their wife insist and daughters and the women of color of their family has been taken by them. We have We have seen so many views. I'm in contact direct contact with the people that They have burn down the house they have. They have taken woman They have killed a generalist. they have killed them artists. They have killed a women's rights activists they have. They have done everything not being in in governing not being even in the power now how much they can do it now. Tell us about some of the calls that you have been receiving from your soccer team members. Who are still in afghanistan They are they are so worried they are afraid. They are receiving the trucks from the man in the country. Now saying that we will not let like leave you will. We'll come after you The their they have left their houses. They have left from one place to another place They are worried that because their identities and have been exposed their identities are out in the public And especially some of the the woman woman right activists lawyers. Everybody has said an unfortunate. When i talk with my girls Decry and what they say and that hurts me. The most is that the world abundant the woman of ghanistan. the will have forgotten women of afghanistan. The promised to as that they will support and defend the women's right in afghanistan but they have just left. The only thing we hear is that they don't see the not the national interest in afghanistan but also The only thing they say is that they. They won their people outside of gunnison. That's it the foundation of afghanistan. Football federation that. I was one of the founding member who established national team of of ghanistan. It was it will based on the movement to stand against taliban to stay like two stunt and say to the taliban that we will not give up. The women of aghanistan is unbeatable. We will stand and we will fight against you and this hour fight is to football our activists through football and we have called. The taliban are our enemy and what our players or so scared and they are. They are just looked inside is that they see from the window of their houses. Their enemies outside that door. So what have you been telling them to do. What are you recommending for them to try to keep safe as someone who i've been dedicated alive myself. Who have been in this in these all these years. I have dedicated. My life given so many sacrifices put my my life in danger. As a women's rights activists as as as women who who started football as a way of activism i have encouraged so many young goes new generation that they have not actually grew up or not raise during the the the time of taliban that i i grew up so true football i encourage. I was encouraging them to to be bold to be strong to be fairly. So that is our way of giving back to the international community saying that we are as a women of we are doing everything possible to be bassy stunned beside you and be part of the development and the part of the growth so now today what. I'm trying to tell them. I when they call me when they talk about this situation i cannot like. I don't have a plan to send to protect them. I don't. I don't have powered the only power. I have my voice let i'm recommending them is which is against what. I was working so hard for such a long time. Take down your photo. Remove your phone to take down your social media channels. Remove names tried to hide. Police wear burqas so people. Don't that identified if you really need to get out. This is what we have like. I have been recommending and that is really sad is painful but is just for their own safety because we know that that the people in the in the country even under the all these international forces and the the government of kenniston. We were receiving so many dates. The reason i am refugee living in denmark right now is because of the data that have received from these people and and even that on data on there were money countries involved in afghanistan. We had soldiers from all over the country they could. They could not provide protection for me so now it's even worse because now all those women are vulnerable there the hand of enemies. It has to be devastating for you to hear their voices asking you for help. When you really can't do anything i mean. How are you coping. It is just painful. It's painful it's the way that i keep just myself together is dislike. I the only way i'm trying to do. My best is to to raise my voice and the only power that i have is my voice to be divorce to tell the world wide women of kenniston is going through what women have ghanistan is needing as they need to support the need the protection they need the world to not forget them to not lose them to to end up another another generation being stay as like abundant at home and not being able to to be part of the development part of this the and the the the life they live just didn't want to get married with all these imams and mullahs. They don't want to. they want to study. They want to work. They want to play football. They wanted to travel. What is happening is disaster. This human disaster khalida. Thank you very much for speaking with us today. And what's clearly a very difficult time for you. I hope your friends are safe. And and thank you. Thank you so much i appreciate it. Thank you okay bye. Thank you bye. Holly paul founder of the afghan women's football team. She was in copenhagen coming up a little later on the show. We'll hear from an afghan.

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"kenniston" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"kenniston" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Marks cries patients just joined us during the commercial. Break to laura's catanha's doing delors doing great. I mean my favorite people in the world. i love your jumpsuit. Thank you and also you're in the middle of production on jersey. And i mean i don't wanna ruin anything but it's hi guys came out right out of the gate hot talked about giveaway tastic story. This is my right. Well listen you. Were born beautiful. All right michael. Emily h wants to know your reaction to the news of jenn. Shah's arrest upsetting. I never liked it to go that far with any of the housewives whether i'm a fan or not a fan with a good guy or a bag. I don't wanna see that giselle. Joey wants to know. Why don't you ever of the ladies over to your pleasure critical every time you're invited to the other women's homes. Tem state-owned good. It's a situation. Oh boy wow it's a two-parter parter okay. I'd love julius. Michael like candice and karen are going to be able to get a good place. I feel like kenniston karen. We'll get to could place before the green eyed bandit and karen. We'll get a good play. Correct okay well. It is time for watch what happens. Five michael may be one of our foremost leaders when it comes to talking trash but his well respected housewives rankings have never been garbage. I'm giving him the florida counties top-five current housewives.

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"kenniston" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"kenniston" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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"kenniston" Discussed on Standup Comedy   "Your Host and MC"

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

"Got because they could do a clean set and they're not always clean all the time as we know Bob Sag, it's one of the filthiest. And then he's America's Dad on full House but. It was important to me interacting with the especially the open mic irs but anybody that worked for me that you keep it clean and I'll give you one quick side story mostly for the audience's benefit is and you've seen this being a standup comic. It is so frustrating when you're trying to present professional entertainment that people have paid for and you have some joker goes up. And is just f-bomb f-bomb F- in this effort that I went to the store to get some F- inbred and it's like that's not comedy. That's not funny. The audience may react the YOU'RE GONNA get some sort of reaction from the audience but that's not what we're going for. That's not what's going to take you to being on a Sitcom or on a tonight show visit you have to have. Some benefit to the story some something that is relatable to the audience and just dropping f bombs right and left is not a way to. Entertain in my mind now again I'm I might be alone. There's a lot of angry dirty comics out there that would argue with me and say that comedy is free speech and expression, and if I want swear that's that's what I get to do and I go. Well, these people paid twenty bucks to see you I. Think they have something to say about it and there's the the art of comedy and there's the business of comedy. There you go. They're not always running parallel tracks exactly well, and then I took it a little bit farther and said, well, it's not only the audience is paying for you. I'm paying you. So you do you work in my guidelines or you don't work. And there was a few people that didn't you know but we've gotten off track. I'm so glad that we had such an important part of your life now was there anybody you ended up working with with laughs that really stood out to you or you know what? I think back now all the the bigger stars kind of moved on some. Jack Albers. Of course, they'll van Dyke. You put back. Then I know better you we were. You know looking up two guys that were like two and three years in which was kind of just absurd in a way. Because you and it was almost like well, how do I the next level to me? I wasn't thinking Seinfeld Sam Kenniston I was thinking Oh i WanNa be you know I? I need to be as good as The better man or The local headliners in tree and these guys that were one night legend. There's many talented people you know never never made it to national fame but John. I think I think. For John Fox's John Fox Perennial Road Comic I'm talking the. So here's a few quick names to rattle off. The may have worked with that weren't. But boy, they're damned finding we get and talking on Mill Table Steve, Brunner? Jeff. Janna. You. Know there. There's Bruce bomb even these people skirted success, right? Well, another successful skirted being famous. you know Diane Nichols as a comedian was right on the fringe and just never got that notoriety and yet one of the funniest women comedy. So Murphy Dancing Paul. Yeah all those. There's a lot of get to work with a number of them I don't think. I don't think I got with the beneath super heavy hitters, but you know I I was grateful for any work. I thought it was just like, wow we're gonNA pay me to tell jokes and You were I, believe you're made sure and not embel- reinforces to make sure take your set and I think that's what my learned in his class and then it was. It was really a learning experience. I had two hours to kill my way harm that could be a super painful listen to yourself. not doing so well over and over. But what learning experience it's it's really interesting to hear you talk because you're reminding me of some of the things that we always gave advice to wannabe entertainers you succeeded you're very funny headliner now and has worked casinos and shows and clubs all over the country. But a back in the day of the things we said was, yeah. Read my book because it teaches you a lot about what's expected in the etiquette of being a standard comic but we. Always recommended that you record your sets that you keep a know pat around. So if you have a funny idea thought, you can write it down, jot it down in fact, especially in the open mics no problem with entertainers, potential entertainers taking notes up on stage because I had seen somebody even like Garry shandling taking up some materially just written, and of course, he's not going to try it out at the comedy store around the tonight show he's going to try it out in hoboken in Sacramento. He would you know read some of the material he wrote recently in needed an opportunity to just get it out there and see if it was going to go. and. You know if I'm seeing somebody like Garry shandling reading from notes on stage it certainly okay. For you know Billie Joe Bob to get up there in uses notes to try to to find material as you said, find as nuggets. Right and another thing is You made the club available or there was a couple of comedy competitions and those were. Those were definitely game changers because you have to learn to write your best material under short amount of time, get try to catch with the audience right away I remember one time. This is I kinda you have some cringe-worthy stuff you early on I remember I actually had the. Mexican scotch-irish German Navajo Blues I tried to do a blues song closer. I had the harmonic I played like four note I ended up. Dropping my pants and I had a kilt underneath because you know it's you know Scots Irish, and Navajo. And kilter Sombrero looked completely gay or some crazy Said and I Pants or you know what? That's not gonNA work twice. But I had the freedom to do that. You know some clubs that are. We really don't WanNa see here again unless you're buying drinks and sitting in the audience but we have given that. God. Given the freedom to make to make big some very. Crucial, mistakes. Yeah. That's how you grow as a as a comedian is you have to try staff from in a here's a little tidbit for any wannabe comics out there that if you get a chance to do an open, my career actually have a paid gig but you got new material you want to try you close with your aaa material you open with your Aa material and then anything you want to test out or try you put right in the middle of your set because the ideas you got to capture the audience upfront. Show that you're a professional show that you're funny and then the end of the show that's what the audience is GonNa Remember. So you got to kill him at the end with your what's called a closer closing bit, and then in the middle, that's the place to try staff and and work on material, and in expand on material a lot of times You're right a nugget you'll ride a joke and then you'll play with it with different variations or adding different things and it builds what might be an idea and ten words might end up being five minutes of your half hour set if you keep working on it. That is amazing. How you about one topic in fact. I was pretty good at writing things down and. Sometimes, it would be six months later that joke you know that that's going to go with this all of these two together, and now I have a five minute chunk that what what were the odds.

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"kenniston" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Welcome to two guys in the Bible conversation on the algae culture in God's word binds air cooled and. I'm joined via phone by brother. In the Lord Dillon Kenniston Dylan. How're you doing today? Always on the move which is not a good thing. I'm on the move yet again. A So actually driving back from the place that I played senator how much I had shared with our audience. But so emily and I bought a house recently. And we're excited about it but We bought the cat. WanNa Cat House knowingly. So you know we got a little bit of a good deal on it which was nice. But now it's time to earn that that sweat equity so I've been traveling back and forth from currently at oils down to this place that we bought about an hour and a half.

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"kenniston" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"On Parental leave to bond with my kids When I'm not looking for the kids I can do a little audio work. Actually that's not true. Most most likely going to be doing both at the same time. I know we got episode. Four should be a pretty short episode and forward to that. I'm the same stuff I'm excited about. Yes some behind the scenes. I think really All the voice actors could probably pitch in. There are some like crab type situation years. You're going to see an episode for the Origin Story. Basically of day ingredients sort so a little bit. Just a tiny glimpse Morin Chris has a lot more baggage than just that. Good Are. There's a lot of the backstory in similar characters especially the lead characters like Dan. It'll take some time to extract. Some of it made even a second story line before it. All comes up Lee I try to make the character's back story I that way will go writing stuff that this character is pretty much right their own story. That's great sets me so great. That sounds pretty. Good stuff coming up there. I know we. We just posted our truth. Expose last week Norway. I like the cost on the first. Because I'm not that I've been so kind of out of whack with scheduling having the Miss. Our Luke audio dramas that. It actually got a week ahead of time. Now do we have all the parts in now for that For the next loop. I haven't checked. I know you could someone to drive. A haven't gone through it and gave it a look. We got some more protectorate productions coming. I've already put one another comedy out. I don't know if you got here that one or not the one with Sam Spade Sham. Yes yeah that was a pretty good ones kind of montage since various next fate of sixty to me and my son. Sometimes we'll do that. Run a half five or six feet apart sixty five so I don't have too much more of the meat. The host of juries I mentioned archerd expose besides being a week off is at at the end. I did tack on your meet the host. I didn't know what put us to do me dollars exposed so that you want to add any more to that with your your new children. Oh man I tell you it's it's it's it's it's a life it's word or she knew this It's work but it's worth it. I mean what we asked for and you kind of jumped in with some mostly grown kids. I mean defend without knowing how to swim 'CAUSE ALDO. Are they allowed to like six? Seventy nine six nine seven and nine. So they're not like super not getting in middle school years but now they're not infants and so our youngest is autistic that brings a different twist on things. Yup that definitely would be some special needs that most people don't know about you know one of my nieces has savant. But she's consoling you'll talk and communicate and right so for the network with kids before in church Sunday school and especially my wife has and you just have to be aware of their special needs and they don't march to the same grammar. Everybody else does. That is the truth. Not The normal kids. Don't have their one. Also the period also sure will we probably ought to get going with our else will before we get there. Let's take a pause since we are now part of the Christian podcast community and we'll we'll play a word from another podcast here. Welcome to two guys in the Bible Conversation on theology culture and the word of God. My name is Eric loop hold joint as always by my friend and brother in the Lord Kenniston. Good Morning Dylan. How are you doing well to begin? Evangelism broadly understood is the proclamation of the good news to preach the good news to share the good news with nonbelievers. You know why we do that. God says to the kind of the short answer if you have any questions about evangelism sharing the gospel politics things like that. We'd love to do follow up discussions on that so please email us at the number two two guys in a Bible Dot podcast Jimoh Dot Com orders code. Who are our brand new website. Two thousand a Bible Dot. Org and you can submit a contact. Form Them Thank you again for listening. And until next time. Throw.

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Build Your Resilience During Covid19

FlashCast By PDB, With Phil Di Bella

08:26 min | 2 years ago

Build Your Resilience During Covid19

"Today Going to tackle the topic of resilience obviously given current circumstances. And what's happening around the world? This is something that everybody needs to adopt him. Something we really need to talk about some someone talk about resilience how you can cut with with stress and become more resilient and a little bit more about you know the control you know and dump especially children. I might even touch on you. Know the whole concept of children in resilience for them because that's their important also. We need to make sure that people are being resilient but let me stop boy much resilience is simply about you know making sure that no matter how many hits somebody takes whether it be personal professional family that We keep going. We get backed up dust off and keep going. You know that to me is the very one vision of resilience is that we build the toughest skin and you know when certain things hurt us. Damage US will give us a setback that we're able to dust ourselves off learned from the situation and move forward and be a lot stronger. And of course Secombe Sanchez. Change everybody's resources a different everybody's responsibilities at different said he doesn't go In speak parole. And what I want to touch on his a bit of a framework on how we can actually build You cope with stress and become more resilient Sunday. So let me start with saying that the way off and the best to cut the stress and become resilient and see what's going on with the whole corona virus. It's time you discovered discussing this and number one is always better. Chewed develop the right attitude. That's going to be Attitude Is Everything. Gratitude IS ABOUT MONTHS. Hit at shoot is about frame of mind at it shoot. Is The lens that you're going to choose to look at the situation? We need to have the right attitude. If we don't start with the right attitude then nothing else is going to matter. It won't matter. It doesn't matter what your buddies doing doesn't matter what you plan to do. And what the strategy is if you don't have the right months if you don't have the right attitude than the rest is not going to work for you So it really is key to get the next is you need to have an internal form of control and this will be different for different people. You need to have a go to form of control that you know. Some people are talkers. Some people are listeners. Some people like to write things down. Some people like to acting at whatever it is. It doesn't matter. You need to have an internal form of control a Goto something that helps you control something that helps you the pause button when you're feeling that stressful that situation happens to you. We all need that. Only that Internal Form of control. So it's very important again. Some will be reading some. We'll be music some boxing some sports. Some we'll be seeing silence. Meditation doesn't matter. This is the time that we really need to know ass oems and really understand what works for us. What is internal form of Control that works for us? Number three is rally. Good people around you the The benefits of amazing people people that lift you up to give you energy not people that tell you. You need people to tell you what you prepared to hear what you need to. He asked not just blow. Smoke up your in. You need people that are not going to tell you that we write may cheese ride. Everything's great now. You need the support or engineering. You need that network. Some people talk about the five most influential people around. Do some talk about the two. Most favorite people supportive. It doesn't matter it's different for different people but everybody needs that support. Everyone needs people around them to help them. Choice of how many and who they are but they do need to be people that will help you and lift your spirits. That really do need to be those people and then he staging obviously the people that you need to put a random people that need to know you. They need to be you know on a shares similar values that need to be on the signed wavelength that need to obviously Gel and and Share a lot in common with you but because you don't want people that I don't have the same values or don't share things in common to support mechanism. You need people around you. That know your story your history know who you are as a person know what makes you happy. Sad Mad. Angry excited this of support. You need around you when you're actually needing to cope with stress and be more resilient because the last thing you need is people that are going to add to the stress. Well people that are GONNA on one hundred questions when they know that to be questioned so important time that the right people around you in support and saying you know use and then I had to the stress but rather help you become resilience number. Four is always about having a good laugh. You know you've got to keep a sense of humor now again whether that's watching a funny video which ing movie you need. Something cooks going to make you laugh. Laughter is is a good cue for many things. Laughing is good for body. It's good for the mind and it really has you know. Has Its upsides that provincial research laughing is important and so you need to maintain some form of sense of humor and again that might be part of the people around you. That might be the tools you might have Iran and might be a form of control. But you do need to have some sort of sense of Hannah. I always adopt attitude that this too shall pass. We're going through a tunnel. Some tunnels the longest tunnels shorter. Coming at the other side of town will happen. And it's no different with the corona virus right near where we're going through a tunnel and nobody's immune to this but we'll come out the other end of the tunnel it will happen and you need to be prepared What's happening of course right now? It's hard to keep a sense of humor but it's an easy need to make sure it happens and and just putting a small device. It's very hard to be angry when you're smiling laughing and give it a go so even in the worship Collins try. It's pretty hard the other day I went and got my flu shot. And I'm not a fan of NATO's hype and the nurse said to me. Put a small if I put the needle in because it'll take away must've pine and she was right. I didn't even feel the needle going in honestly rather small Emma Face. She moved the needle and earning. You should finish because I heard the needle popping into the little kenniston because obviously I can't stand there and watch him but smile. Hixon through that tough tough situation. Just put a smile in your face. And what have we got to lose a great way to cope with stress and be more? Isn't it in the last month? Amis getting in touch with the spiritual side Very big fan of being part of your spiritual side often go to church. I have strong faith. I also follow. Things took the dispenser I did believe in spiritual guides. I do an open to all sorts of spirituality. An pick and choose what works or doesn't work or sit with me based on my values and my name but everybody needs to be in touch with the spiritual side. Mama shape or form and spiritual doesn't need to be Catholocism or or Buddhism or whatever it is spiritual is to have a fight of some sort and whether that's fight in whatever it is you choose the important that you have a fight than the fight means that you believe and the moment you have faith in you believe that your spiritual side so people are getting touch so in some rain develop the run attitude develop an internal form of control rally the rock supporter. And You keep your sense of humor and get in touch with your spiritual side. These are the things that I believe. Helped me cope with stress and be quite resilience? Who HELP YOU as I've been saying nobody's immune to the current situation. This too shall pass. What we should be doing. Now is obviously the most important things that we need to keep shelter and food necessities and then we should also be planning on what happens when we come back. We'll be planning to commit the other side so you can hit the ground running. When there's some sort of normality restored to an extent you've been listening to fill Dibella and this is flash crossbar. Pd Bay stay safe. Stay smiling as best you can and care and community is the key to get us all through the current virus and make sure we are isolating from people and not spreading germs. See on the other side till next on the best you can

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"kenniston" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

09:48 min | 3 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"Should raise the bar a little bit but it is a power of their loved Jen. Why are you questioning their love. I'm just saying that was Kinda. Creepy it. It's kind of like the police song words like Mo is going to be watching you. That's creepy I get you just look. Listen clear you. You know I'm with you. I I heard it recently on like I can see what it means but it's also yeah the shockers Anton. That's what that is. Yes that's true. Here's one of the special ones from Capo four finally making it big with the backstreet. She Boys Ricky Bell was a founding member of this team group Sensation Ricky Keep Bill Cheney group so sation two things I could. I'm thinking and I'm going to go with Shag. Go with the obvious guests seriously. I should get my wife in here. She would totally rock this stuff. I'M GONNA go with the possible obvious answer answer in say new kids on the block no matter what is so it was from the group new edition Okay okay so even abounding member of the early eighties sensation new edition and broke off of bandmates Michael Bevan's and Ronnie Devoe to strike a big once more in the early nineties as Bell Biv photo. That's really hard to say. Bell Biv yeah the other thing. I was thinking of wisman Nudo Marcus so before Brian and Kevin joined the backdrop voice. There were two other members. What were their names. There were two other members of my God before Brian and Kevin Ren and stimpy. Sam The cotto. Oh and Charles Edwards okay. Can you name the song hey mystery lady. You got something. I like mystery lady. You you get you get real real obscure on me okay yeah. No I deserve it pretty okay. Let me think hey Mr lady passing their crap songs. I don't know I pass failed that one I can't it's a song no it's that's the way I like. This song was was only on the overseas version of backstreet boys so I'm sorry okay. It's no wonder why I don't. I think I've ever heard them say hey mystery lady. I can understand why because it's cheesy. It's no wonder people give backstreet boys a bad name when you say that there's a lyric hey mystery lady. Kennet in a garbage. Oh but I was gonNA use that feature song race so finish the lyrics you gave me a smile that I can never remember understand comprehend or forget tema song. I just want to know you forget. Yes that's right that one was a guest thou not one of their hits that don't think they sang that on live on August. I sorry now this next one. I need you to sing the answer to yes please do what was their hit single off millennium in the United States. Oh see I believe a this one. Is something along the lines of you are. You're my five year the one year her believe when win say I won that way. That's that's the name of the song yes. I think he win win. Trivia purely because you put so much heart and seeing that just now song. It's it gets you just feel it in your soul and you're like. I do want it that way. I really do now Ellie. I think we need to ask one more question. From cap of before we give a reprieve could eat. He didn't job and you win but I need you to answer this question so backstreet. Boys founding member Oscar tally celebrate Vol Liss Voss. I'm horrible. All the names was told to change his name to what because it was too long that's probably. Aj so says Fernando Ramon salivary who was actually from the original lineup of Menudo so the two questions from kappa were we're trick questions and there are some invite him and he told me to tell you never trust questions a minute by a man in who surname ends in a vowel married into a surname the end to thousands at count HM Capela list of jet things about him on on my ends in a consonant if you follow me on my personal account if you could find itself tell anyone about it and then if you listen to maps that comes on Saturday you hear me make a have a really hard time saying it now. It's pronounced Kuester her by the way that's how you pronounce it. Thank you got it right. Oh you'll hear it names end in in constant. It's so I'm good you can address. Me Apparently can't trust me. I trust you Allie. Apparently you shouldn't and thank you for playing along and you win. Guess what the lovely limited edition backstreet boys home game where you too can become backs people. I mean the best yeah I would. I would totally wear that or whatever or Rockette or not sure what is it like a Mike. Stay where you do. Karaoke that actually sounds fun yeah and then you also have a band manager who that that was instinct that might actually it's the same person Lou Pearlman Kenniston both of them yeah yeah. I listened to swindle on that. It was just like wild. I watched a documentary on that. One was pretty crazy. Lou Man he was shady Lou Lou and his name in in the continent cafo. You lied to US Gavaud to rescue centers anybody thousand consonants. It's well thank you both for joining me on the time flew by but it was a blast. So where can we find you on the interwebs we will start with Jen. You can find me over at morally grey pod on facebook twitter and instagram. If you really like yard work photos of Beautiful Lawn follow me on Instagram and nothing really yeah beautiful sweaty man in the fixtures do usually yeah. It's a beautiful story. Bannon a gigantic hat John Norman's hat because as you can if you're watching the audio show like I turn red really easy got shade myself anyway. That's where you can find morally grey pod with an e in the grey because we're sophisticated clearly we don't use spell it was a full plebes a really. WanNa follow my personal account. You can find me at Jared Kuester on twitter coaster. That is my actual name so enjoy. I don't use that account much. I just usually rant about political things so I don't follow it. If you don't follow that one you should follow alleys transitions proudly this great you you can find me on twitter at Leander's K. You can find my show doesn't fables at Dungeon fables or tables dot com or you can hear me every week on all things as Ralph off or when it gets released for its place may yes. Let's make this. It's creepy whisper does does it remains zero. Creepy whisper totally never had a roommate been unmarried activated often order.

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The drama surrounding Google and Huawei's new phone – explained

The Tech Guy

02:07 min | 3 years ago

The drama surrounding Google and Huawei's new phone – explained

"Google says this is interesting. You've been following following this crazy wall way. Saga away is the number one phone manufacturer in china number two phone you factor in the world kind of neck and neck with apple samsung's number one and then <hes> you know because of the trade war or security. They can't seem to make up their mind for one reason or another. They've decided we shouldn't be buying wall way. Phones and furthermore no american companies should do business with wa <hes> <hes> then then they said <hes> you got ninety days never mind cause i think all those american businesses like qualcomm that sell chips to while away and for lots of money billions and billions of dollar said hey wait give us so they gave them ninety days and then they gave him another ninety days but google says no. We're we're not gonna play this game. While way will be announcing <hes> september eighteenth new phones the mate thirty these by the way it makes very nice phones <hes> that september eighteenth may thirty. It's a five g. Phone while way's big five g. <hes> company and it's always first major flagship smartphone launched since they were blacklisted mid-may and even though there's another ninety days google says <hes> we can't can't we won't so this next walkway phone will not have licensed google apps and services it could have android but it won't be the google flavor flavor. No google search no chrome. No google play store that kenniston apparently the government that the reprieve they announced last week the ninety day reprieve doesn't apply to new products so we will saying now it is a loophole they could they could look for licensed. They sent you know you could see how hard that would be okay. We'll give it to you. The ninety two ninety days the trade war goes on all of a sudden. No you can't now what is too late

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"kenniston" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Gonna be at the basic while with the funniest lawyer in New Jersey. That would be John blam Nick now. Veering Joey Harrison's, river house, this Saturday night, be the lovely and talented Jackie martling and Jackie clog last night and he was talking about how he's got stumped twice in Los Angeles. But here in New Jersey, when I asked for jersey jokes, there's only one man, I can go to and that would be Jackie vagina C'mon. Two words martling. How are you, bow? Hey, listen. I'm built in international vessels. Speaking of New Jersey and they're calling us to sit out what I gotta tell you the story that you might have heard about Sam kenniston remember raffles at west orange jersey. Yeah. Comedy club will Sam was working one night, and it was a pair of coach twins. Girls. Right. So they went to see the show. They went and had a couple of minutes. And, you know, Sam any wound up going home with their pop drinking and drinking and next thing you know, he's making out with one of them. The other one didn't know what to do. So she started planner trombone. Okay. And then felt bad you felt bad, because the other girl is kind of left out. So he started making out with the other ones, so that I don't want that he was making the first time associate star planner trumpet, right? Dressing around next thing. And never was planning trumpet any school the other planet Trump on alternating all night with these girls. Right. They wake up and he gets up and he goes home. Like a couple of years later, coach, join twins walk by rascals, and they see tonight. Kenniston and one of the girls is wow. Sam here. Again, we should go him tonight. Yeah. The vinca remember. Jackie as our jersey joke. You got another one. Sorry, that is a Jew store. Story. Now I got that calling me I'm gonna call you again tomorrow night. Off. I'm off till Tuesday that you have a great Memorial Day weekend, and a great show, catcher riser star dot com. Can I tell you that the little girl stuffy without California's you did, tell me again? She said she said why was a soldier so hired on April first? And yet, because they just got thirty one day.

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"kenniston" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The driver's seat. I could see that the girl was plenty scared. But she had nerve I'll say that for. Willard the wind bag across the aisle from a gave up trying to draw her into a conversation. Third passenger kenniston sitting have ways toward the back. He kept acting like a clam afraid of losing. It's always do might as well have had locked your to get what I mean. Well, we hadn't gone more than another mile until before the wind started to rise chipped it up until you the thought all the devils inhale. We're trying to break loose black is the inside of a dome and until the snow's not a divorce. What was that wind whipping it around? It didn't exactly it was a real howling blizzard. This is getting on my nerves. What are we got your anyway election Dombi, somebody say something? I was just going to say we're going to say, the weather is rock. Yeah. And she can say that again that isn't what I was going to say oh wrong. I don't give us two topics of conversation. We'll save the weather for later. Go ahead lady. I can't think of a better antidote for the screaming mimi's right now than your voice. It occurred to me why the guards asked for identification. Yeah. The description of killer. Greg. Five hundred sixty five pounds. Doc here. Ron is thirty seven years old. So the remarkable thing that description would fit you. Oh, and Mr. kenniston. What's that? Me and for that matter the driving saying look. Come to think of it all three of us could fit that description. Got a million other men forget it. Get it..

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"kenniston" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And how it is driver. Can't take chances. Of course, his mind. Okay. I didn't really mean. Kenniston can't you randomly Saint, you know, that's the first peop- that passengers let out I was beginning to think it was a new driver. You can have the stuff back on. Thanks. What about you, Mr.? It's okay. Holly. His name's John Willett. I checked his identification. Okay. Mine didn't let scrammed we gotta find Greg before. He finds anybody. Yeah. Drive. You can turn around and go back. Go back back. Why look this? Greg is a killer. A ruthless senseless killer when I mean is when the mood strikes me strikes will what's that to do with us turning back? Didn't I tell you? This guy kills even without reason. Now, he's got plenty of reason he's going to get out of these mountains, but quick these down the road. There are a lot of ways you can stop a bus. I say turn back blizzards liable of break any minute. We could be snowbound up days. I had to spend even one night. And that helped me they'd have to keep me. There are just a second mister Willett. Your just one passenger. There are three. What about you miss? Well, whatever you say, Mr. kenniston. I say keep going that settles it up, then they'll wait. Oh, what is this killer? Greg look like. About five feet. Ten wait about one hundred and sixty five I can't Brian is thirty seven years old ten get out of your riches. I still think wand up didn't we now they meet up with them? It's that funeral. Yeah. Well, we can take care of ourselves fellas..

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"kenniston" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Around. We got a window open on the far side of the bus and crawled through the girl, I she was still clutching the X and and look. Another few yards and wait a skip the avalanche entirely. Shovel our way out. I'm sure we can to shovels in tool compartment that the tail guarded the bus that only let two men shovel at the time with the third man getting a breather. Meanwhile, and it took a lot of shoveling. What's the matter driver? Put your hand doesn't much good. Just take off these stiff leather gloves looks to me. Like, you've got some blisters on that right hand. Thumb, and I say kenniston shoveling Sorkin we'll never get out of here is this rate. In any way. I'm tired. Tired as Willard looks. I'll relieve him. Okay. Then let me take a turn. No, I won't be much help it out. I can at least try your money got. I'm sure you could do as well as. Kenniston was making a mad dash through the snow. Will it dropped his shoveling Torah after a yell for willing to let him go. But I don't think even hurt me. While it looked like kenniston was gonna make it. But then he floundered and feminist snowdrift and before he could get underway again. Will it nailed it? You'll.

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"kenniston" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You'll get the CDs looking for I promise. You gotta live who you. My name's Rosa Chuck kenniston from betas nine the traffic guy. I don't think he does traffic for them anymore. Does he does he still does? He I have no idea you we used to follow each other on Twitter. But I think he left. I mean, I could be absolutely Robert. I don't think he works there anymore. All on one second. Let me look. Chuck hansen. Follows you follow don't follow. How many more? Oops. Oh, I don't know. I I don't see anything current, sir. I I'm gonna look, but I don't if you have to ask if they're still on TV. Are they still on TV? Right. We got we're looking for. Thank you very much. I appreciate the call. So everyone seventy seven five seven nine one or two five and eight hundred seventy seven to five. Sierra is it's your chara Sierra Sierra Sierra Sierra. She was not a virgin before she was with Russell Wilson. Okay. Baby right with future. Right. Yeah. But they were trying to have stained from sex with each other before they got married. They did right. Sure. They did. I mean with the help of a lot of prayer. They were able they were able to you know, what pray the Boehner away. That's what I believe happened. Yes. So are there people who still do that? Are there are people who still go we're gonna we're gonna I mean other than mica we're going to save that for marriage? Yeah. All the time. Yes. I believe. So, but I think I don't think everybody goes through with it. That's the idea. Go I can't I can't hold out anymore. So that's why I'm looking for is someone who wanted to do it, but then had to cave to their carnal temptations. And then you ended up getting a divorce before he got married. Why I mean that might be reached? But the first part is what I'm looking for seventy seven five.

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"kenniston" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"kenniston" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Apparently boys in Washington, we don't need anymore. Girly boys. What we need is some women's women and men there. I hear you. Another thing between Pakistan and India that has been going on ever since the Muslim religion started Hindus against Muslims and Afghanistan is involved too. Because it's right there on the river the river goes right up through there. And that's how all our surprise get up to kenniston Pakistan river and number three. There's three good. There's good Bush that you guys have to learn to read. Why you call the history of jihad and the other one is called the history of the world like h g will okay anybody's got any questions about the history of the world. You're history of the world by h g wells. All right. And on that run them up on break. Appreciate the call friends ladies in the audience. Do you agree with Ron? Run said women should not be in politics. Pretty strong statement, Ron and. Do you agree with them? Yes. Or no why. Or why not that's a pretty strong statement? And I think, you know, Ron did clarify himself a little bit and said, hey, look, not all, but at least the women today in politics don't have backbone. I'm sure we're not talking about Margaret Thatcher. Even though she was not an American. She was an English prime minister. He got to remember. She was pretty tough. But his run, right. Does that offend some of the ladies in this audience? One eight seven seven forty nine Steve one eight seven seven four nine seven eighty three eighty threes. How you way into the program to give me your consensus. I will tell you this. He is right that there's a lotta girly boys in Washington DC. No one has a backbone anymore. No one keeps their word anymore. Unfortunately. And we just.

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In boost for Elon Musk, Tesla turns a profit

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:26 min | 4 years ago

In boost for Elon Musk, Tesla turns a profit

"Gets halved as well. So it will phase out over next year, which means that will likely have an impact on demand in the US. So how they manage? It is very important. I mean, I think musk has talked about has, of course, talked about, you know, one of the things that pointed out learnings today was their labor time and so on so forth and that's fallen about thirty percent. But at the same time, you know, they've spent even more on headcount they've been increasing headcount, and they've been increasing labor. So it's a question of how they manage these various moving parts, effectively and one thing to note is also that over overnight, the consumer report came out and Tessa foul wanna Tesla's models fell in its ranking Yuccas people say that the interior keeps. Changing. And as you know, the infotainment has glitches and the automated doors are not working properly. And so there are those worries that still that kind of still loom, and it's a question of how you manage that. Kenniston all his workers could do that. The almighty

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