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"koita" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

07:58 min | Last week

"koita" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"Slurp slurp slurp you guys our guest. Today is very very very mysterious. Right now but i'm really excited for the show because i literally almost done with season two and i i'm just going to say it. We have from guillaume martha who killed sarah alejandro. Oh here thank you. We mentioned to the to the listeners. Alejandro literally right now on set filming season three right. And you're doing this. Not susan tree own all shooting some. Yeah listen busy okay. He telling you since january since january at least shooting. Bliss show. Oh what is a show called I can't talk march too. Loud buddies basically Particular prison from mexican history and mexican culture more than history okay and and and is from the nineties. Nineteen ten and his I'm having fun playing with my my gun and horses all the time and playing the kid the cowboys moment all the toys waiter t speaking of okay so it sounds like this role also is a very physical role. Because you're talking about guns and stunts and and you know being on horses which people think. Yeah people think the horses easy. Let me tell you. I sometimes barely get on them. They're very difficult to just get on so might not having to film a whole scene. I have been watching game. I thought and i the one of the first things that i thought about. Oh my god there's so much physical action in almost every character like so many of you guys have so much physical work on that show. What did you do to prepare for that on. Did you do any of your own stunts. yes i try always do everything sometimes The production of the sun doesn't let you because his danger and is reid will not go. Numb project is any project is more important than the house and then then then security at for short at by with hookah. Sarah i yeah i did. Try to working out a lot and A very tire every day after shooting the sultan's the time and that energy for sure and Talk with no air to to say that to to to be able to to to talk so that's very. It's a lot of energy. So i was very tired. Back was killing me. After shooting by the end of the day. I love it. I love the character of the energy of the show. I knew i was shooting somebody for myself. I knew the show was something that could be. Imports is become like about. The show is out. Gracefully says along the road. America expected that one i knew was some something important for myself that. What does that feel like to be part of this like it's blowing up internationally in a way that like like these streaming platforms allow global audiences to come to a show. What does it feel like. I have to say this is surreal to me out. I've done things with a lot of success in other countries and other languages but the the fact that in one day one click you are in one hundred ninety something countries at the same time. It's amazing and and for sure that changed a little aid. The game as an actor because right now i'm having this interview with you. I had with a uk in the morning and spain and aimed at the other day so this is totally unaffected. Tweet this is new to me. I always have interviews for for for world and an east sanish. I'm getting getting used to talk in interviews in english. But also i think that's because of the worlds change in the industry of the entertainment is changing and we latins we're more i think we're more strong than ever everywhere in the world. Our voices he's getting hurt and and and and for the fact that the world is giving the They'll paternity to something. That is not the usual. Because i'm mexican. Show a lot to show for sure in latin and spanish world things spanish speaking world. Of course we have expectations in that were about india. Germany ask france so the fact. They're they're open their their their life in their houses to to to this shows from from the spanish world i think he's a mason and the The de more of the work a lot of people who've been doing for years because it's not just because of who goes her. Yeah is a lot of people who have worked to get to this point team. Yeah that's amazing man. So you make venezuela seen us because i'm colombian so where where are you from. What what was your journey like traveling. How did you get started in the industry. good i was born in caracas. venezuela research. I was born and raised. There was there until i was seventeen. And then i went to cuba Just studying music for caution. from hunger. Born their knowledge. I was born in miami so technically yes but technically i know that miami's don't go on o'casey kathy koita. Yeah totally so so. I spent two years in studying caution and now yeah we'll not one. Yes okay. And then i then i started to travel a modeling And i work in so many countries around the world and then i decided to focus on on acting as study acting and to save money to be able to study acting. Rudolph been thinking about the rant or food or whatever no so. That's real.

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"koita" Discussed on Vulnerable, el podcast de seguridad digital

Vulnerable, el podcast de seguridad digital

07:20 min | 5 months ago

"koita" Discussed on Vulnerable, el podcast de seguridad digital

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"koita" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:29 min | 11 months ago

"koita" Discussed on PRI's The World

"World. I'm Marco Werman, your with the World Yemen is in its sixth year of war. But this week some hope that there's a breakthrough that could lead to peace representatives for Yemen's main warring sides met in Switzerland and hashed out a deal to release prisoners of war you have agreed to immediately release. One Thousand Eight hundred Individuals, that's UN negotiator Martin. Griffiths congratulating the people who signed the agreement. The prisoner exchange is being managed by the International. Committee for the Red Cross Yara Koita is spokesperson for ICRC operations in Yemen and she joins us from Cairo your I. WanNa know more about how big a deal this breakthrough really is how significant is this prisoner swap and could then lead to? I think that deal has been reached by the parties to the conflict in Yemen is really significant. One Eighty one person would come back to their families after long years of separation. This is very important because maybe it's too early to speak about touring peace and Yemen but let's say that this is the first step off a pass that the Yemenis are looking for to reestablish their lives and to live in better conditions where were does not prevail in their country. There are three groups involved here who rebels a Saudi Arabian led coalition and the Yemeni government and more than thousand prisoners are behind bars with a name story. How does the ICRC manage a prisoner release on the scale? Well let us I agreed that indeed, this is very big and it's challenging as an operation but die, Sir see is very much committed to make it happen in a very successful way. That is why now we have our teams working and already started with the pre-departure interviews with the detainees to make sure that we collect all the information needed also to see if they are okay with all the process of released Yemen like so much of the rest of the world is suffering the blow from covid nineteen. So what can you tell us about the health of the prisoners right now? Well at the moment was still don't have information on their has tuition that indeed we have factored adamant of Covid Nineteen, our plan of any detainee will show of nineteen. Sometimes, we're GONNA, make sure that they don't transmit the disease to other detainees but also to make sure that they get the treatment and they go back safely to their families and Euro when do these assessments happen like what is the timeline for these releases and? Prisoner swaps maybe more being optimistic, but hopefully, the operation will take place over the fifteenth of October and the Sixteenth of October. So at the moment we have our teams or reggie preparing themselves on every front and also detaining parties they're doing their part of the job and the assessment need to select the gathering points to make sure that on the day of the operation detainees are ready to be transferred by International Committee of the across. We have to recognize though that conditions across Yemen are abysmal. There's widespread famine there's poverty there's cholera in addition to nineteen. So where will these prisoners go ultimately when the released from custody? It depends on what front were talking about because there's some detainees who will go back to their countries outside of Yemen, that there's also the Yemeni detainees were coming back to their home and when we say home, we actually mean actual would home because once they will arrive to the airport, the ice RC will give them. Cloth were gift on hygiene, need hygiene net material, and will also give the money to make sure that they can go back to their houses to their families and be in a good situation and to be able to rebuild life a bit by bit. Yara Khawaja is a person for the International Committee of the red. Cross. She's been explaining plan to swap prisoners of war in Yemen Yara. Thanks very much for joining us. Thank you. Schools across Mexico or closed because of the corona virus and millions of kids are dropping out because they don't have access to online learning the World Hor Valencia found one solution in Mexico City at a local Tortilla shop. The conveyor belt at be Availa Tortilla mill is a little tricky after years of rolling out thousands of fresh tortillas every morning. One of the owners Nando Lozano stops think about exactly how many pounds they produce.

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"koita" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"koita" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

11:11 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on KCRW

"So far to ongoing Sigler in east LA northbound five at Indiana, all lanes shut down there due to apparently some debris in the road. Earlier wreck should be clearing in Glendora westbound to ten grand the left lane has been out of commission there. Meanwhile, if you're trying to make your way through north Hollywood eastbound one thirty four Koita a big break in another vehicle collided there in the right lane. It's six seven this is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Here's the proposition that Virginia governor Ralph Northam offered on Saturday. He said he will not resign. He said a racist photo and his old medical school yearbook. Does not show him even though he had previously apologized, and he said if he cannot govern he will reassess his decision those urging a reassessment include his predecessor and close ally. Former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe who spoke Sunday with NPR's Michelle Martin this is now about Virginia who we are. Virginia's? And most importantly, how do we before? He's just put himself in a position that he no all can have their forty agree the legislature and to move our state forward. Let's hear now from a member of Virginia's legislative black caucus delegate Jeff born a member of that group joins us on the phone delegate morning. Good morning. Do you believe the governor? When he says that wasn't him in black face or in a clam robe, which were the two costumes of the two people in that old photo. Well, I think, you know, even if you do believe the governor and assumed that that's not him. What still continues to be appalling to me and many members of the legislature of all of which are the Blackhawks members is the idea that he admitted in front of a national press audience in the nation that here in fact, us black face and made himself up to look like Michael Jackson. You know? So so I think regardless of whether or not he's in the picture clearly all that's transpired since Friday afternoon. Friday has rated the trust of confidence that all Virginians having in governor nor them, and and as a black caucus we continue to believe that the best step forward Virginia's for him to resign. Well, let's let's remember what he did say on Saturday. He said I wasn't in this photo. I'm sure it's not me. I'm sure I would remember, and I'm paraphrasing here the governor says an effect. I think I would remember because I do remember this other incident when I put shoe polish on his face shoe polish on my face. Let's listen to that. I at the time when I dressed up as Michael Jackson. It was a talent show. I didn't personally find it as as unacceptable at that time. I have learned since so I think you're saying delegate born you don't need an investigation of the yearbook. He's finished so far as you're concerned. I think he's got to be. I think you know, Ralph the man could rehabilitate his reputation repair the relationships, but his governorship is one that will be ineffective, and and he's able to govern. Because of everything that's transpired over Friday. He's you know, he when he was talking about his his shoe polish on its face. He said it was hard to get off. Well, I think congressman of Keach instead over the weekend. How did he know it was going to be hard to get off? If you had done it before I think all the things that continue to to to be said from governor northern the sort of insensitivity by attempting or or looking like he was gonna tempt to moonwalk and having had the first lady tell him now, that's not appropriate right now, or at all, oh, you know, it it just continues to build and and folks have lost. Because a reporter asked him would you like to wound moonwalk now? And he seemed to think about it for a moment. But let me just ask he says. I'm not resigning at least not right now. Legislatures coming back in session where you are in Richmond today. What do members of the black caucus do about that do you refuse to work with the governor when he shows up and and wants something from you? I think we are. We are hopeful of prayerful that governor northern will be the the statesman that he expresses himself to be do the right thing for Virginia. I think we will continue to have conversations continue to meet and talk and discuss and we'll assess are our options in and how we move forward. But at the end of the day, we have been we have a deep sense of betrayal and have been betrayed by someone who we considered a friend, and and it's just going to be difficult. If not impossible to move forward under any other circumstances other than him resigning. But if he insists I mean, any number of officials have just insisted on bullying their way through any number of scandals, including the president of the United States if he just insists and calls you up in his ready for work. Are you going to say, no there's nothing that can happen until you reside. Well, I think we've got assessed that and and and decide collectively because you know, those of us in the black caucus represent the majority of African Americans in the state. I mean in Virginia's the has the largest African American population in the country, and our people are going to be looking to us to lead and we've been leading on this issue. And so we'll we'll we'll discuss collectively. And we'll we'll move forward in the way that we believe best represents. Our constituents and African Americans and all Virginians, okay? Jeff born is a member of Virginia's house of delegates and a member also of the state's legislative black caucus delegate born. Thanks so much for your time. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate the opportunity and NPR's Serra mccamman joins us next. She's been covering this story all weekend and Sarah. What are you here there? Well, Steve I think what we heard from delegate born really fits with everything I've been hearing all weekend from Virginia Democrats, and that we've heard from national Democrats as well. And I'm also talking about rank and file voters supported him in the past that I've been talking with a real sense that Saturday's press conference didn't help things added to the confusion, and the pain and a sense of loss of trust in governor, nor them I heard a lot of people say like delicate born said, I believe that it might be possible to forgive him the man, but he's not in position to lead. Virginia has the governor. Come out with any kind of plan or approach to try to recover trust. Since his press conference on Saturday. He has not all I really know about where he's at right now is that he spent yesterday I went to church in the morning in southeast Virginia. Which is where he's from. And I'm sure he had conversations with people there. No doubt. And also last night met with senior staff of color. I was told don't know what happened in those conversations. But he certainly had some time to reflect since the press conference on Saturday, and maybe not the most important detail. But nevertheless, an awkward detail. He would have pulled officials away from the Super Bowl to meet them last night. Isn't that right? No doubt that can't have been appreciated, but it's the priorities right now are heading into the the legislative week here and figuring out what's gonna happen next. Okay. Sarah. Thanks very much for the update. Really? Appreciate all your work this weekend. Thank you. That's NPR. Serra maccammon yellow vest. Protesters were on the streets of Paris and other French cities Saturday this is the twelfth week of demonstrations president Emmanuel Macron is hoping to release some steam out of movement by holding a series of public. Debates. They are scheduled through mid March. And they have been dubbed the great national debate. Here's NPR's Eleanor Beardsley while I'm walking up to the town hall in Paris's fifteenth at home, the small, and I'm just stunned. There's just a huge line of people outside waiting to get in for this public debate. Name is trustee in Malvo, and I'm I wasn't math professor and retired. Why one to to hear what people have to say about what is working and not working in our democracy. So we we have problems to solve. And and I really believe we have to solve them without all this violence that we have seen. You know, this week's Marlboro says she's been shocked by the fighting car burning and looting that has gone on in downtown Paris. During many of the Elvis demonstrations, retired engineer Andrews berry is completely fed up the yellow vest. Very tiny minority in from other noise. Themselves. It's time for them to shut down an unlit the normal. People will what you see here debate decide by Drew's berry says the yellow vests are not wrong about everything. And it's about time. Macro consulted, the people. The French president is hoping the mass consultations will help channel anger. He has also promised to take people's ideas and suggestions endure count for the second half of his term. There is disappointment. When an official comes out to announce the debate is full, but he leaves notebooks for people to write their complaints. And suggestions these lists of grievances. Are a throwback to the French revolution. When the disgruntled masses filled forty thousand such ledgers of complaints. Inside at least four hundred people feel a high ceiling. Banquet hall. There's a spillover room with a hundred and fifty more on the floor below the two rooms are linked by video and the great debate gets underway. It kicks off with talk of taxes and retirement pensions. But slowly moves through a whole array of topics from unemployment to cheaters in the Paris metro hands shoot up and people are eager to speak. The debate is civil except for mild irritation at citizens who don't know when to stop talking one man is applauded when he says he's thankful for his good healthcare and free university education last week. President Macron showed up on announced at a debate and parried with a couple of yellow vectors. She was. Didn't vote for me. Well, I regret that said the president good naturedly didn't vote at all. I'm sorry. You can't be proud to not vote. But then go out and block highways when you don't agree with something. Thirty six year old or fail is heading home. After the three. Our Paris debate on I must say, it was interesting and passionate. But there were quite a lot of old people talking about retirement and not enough. Young people showed up critics say not enough yellow vests are taking part either many in the movement. Denounced the debate says a marketing ploy still there's no denying their success in just two weeks more than three thousand debates taken place. An energized mackerel is out to reconquer.

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"koita" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

IAMKAYPEE Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

"I was you and by and you trip for like several hours damn t-. You just smoke as the pure form of it as part of it. And then you only trip for fifteen minutes, but it's supposed to be bucking amazing. Yeah. I think I'd probably in more towards the end. What was he like, muddy supercenter drink? Shaman guy. But said he did it like everyday for two months. Oh, go at the kind of much in the no, I just my mind. Would I? I mean is it worth that? Really just what the squeeze on not once again mail it for two. Never recall every. No. I mean, a hostile some on your so men of change for sure a few for a long time. I mean the sale at one. Acid trip can just change your passionately. Yeah. And good way or whatever. But I'm just taking fucking was every day. Last shares your month. Seven busy. One of the months and family. They were making like this. They're making the lichen Iowa ask thing, it's not I ask something else. Able gain. Maybe there's an African version of it. Which is I became either. No, I didn't sign that. When they said about. They're making it in the middle of this room. And that's not just runs off in light. They say he ate like a potato potato any went away, and in it was never the same trap for wives. One of the month. It's probably guy that he got to killer. One. Maybe. I don't know. I'm not sure if he was even there at the time, but there is like that is the main thing because he was arrested in Saint to jail, but he'd never technically kill anyone. So that's the big thing. Like, everyone's always cutting babies pregnant women should not have he wasn't there. Now, he's he's maybe in Jill he's in jail for like inspite Koita. I think it was also really mean it was also like a weird point as well. It's like KANU Gill, your civil rights and liberties taken away from you just from seeing and talking and not actually doing something physical like there was a definite like, we are nested because of the law, and how it worked and how you are as a person, and what constitutes you actually harming someone not to be too many cases like Charlie Manson's. Have you ever? See is it mind hunter? Yeah. While son net. Flex fucking amazing the beginnings I think it's fiction about the two guys that were doing it as fiction think those characters they're based on other people. But those guys are not real. I think. Mation of like other people as well. But it was the beginnings of SEO Keller. Profiling before that they didn't even have words for it. So they were just like all people who and he thought it was like a reflection of civilization like people are just going scrape because there's a bunch of people here, but they actually went over all the of serial killer profiles up until that point. And start to formulate what constitutes a serial killer. And it was a great great show. Amazing because they're able to say like all there's this guy there. He's gonna be like he's probably on his own MA be keeps a journal why they can give you really Celebi. Gosh. At night stuff. View connect, you watch a lot and then going to monitor baller. Okay. That's that would be for me the continuation because obviously away on and they use FBI proof. I want to catch. What do you think him like the uniform? He was at fault are full. Sand bombs Leo, but the government fucking using LSD onum and fried his Bain before then like he was in the program or they were. Vietnam tests, new Ellis the owner, there's another there's another net for sugar. Any what he did was lost his mind because of all these like a like a like experiments that do not know molest you like over was basically gone for year. And then he started thinking that technology was an evil and any went in the woods and started like sending all these bombs everywhere. It was like a think he was a lecturer university before that is a civic just saving his money. So he can send bomb. And then he fucking..

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"koita" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

IAMKAYPEE Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

"I was you and by and you trip for like several hours damn t-. You just smoke as the pure form of it as part of it. And then you only trip for fifteen minutes, but it's supposed to be bucking amazing. Yeah. I think I'd probably in more towards the end. What was he like, muddy supercenter drink? Shaman guy. But said he did it like everyday for two months. Oh, go at the kind of much in the no, I just my mind. Would I? I mean is it worth that? Really just what the squeeze on not once again mail it for two. Never recall every. No. I mean, a hostile some on your so men of change for sure a few for a long time. I mean the sale at one. Acid trip can just change your passionately. Yeah. And good way or whatever. But I'm just taking fucking was every day. Last shares your month. Seven busy. One of the months and family. They were making like this. They're making the lichen Iowa ask thing, it's not I ask something else. Able gain. Maybe there's an African version of it. Which is I became either. No, I didn't sign that. When they said about. They're making it in the middle of this room. And that's not just runs off in light. They say he ate like a potato potato any went away, and in it was never the same trap for wives. One of the month. It's probably guy that he got to killer. One. Maybe. I don't know. I'm not sure if he was even there at the time, but there is like that is the main thing because he was arrested in Saint to jail, but he'd never technically kill anyone. So that's the big thing. Like, everyone's always cutting babies pregnant women should not have he wasn't there. Now, he's he's maybe in Jill he's in jail for like inspite Koita. I think it was also really mean it was also like a weird point as well. It's like KANU Gill, your civil rights and liberties taken away from you just from seeing and talking and not actually doing something physical like there was a definite like, we are nested because of the law, and how it worked and how you are as a person, and what constitutes you actually harming someone not to be too many cases like Charlie Manson's. Have you ever? See is it mind hunter? Yeah. While son net. Flex fucking amazing the beginnings I think it's fiction about the two guys that were doing it as fiction think those characters they're based on other people. But those guys are not real. I think. Mation of like other people as well. But it was the beginnings of SEO Keller. Profiling before that they didn't even have words for it. So they were just like all people who and he thought it was like a reflection of civilization like people are just going scrape because there's a bunch of people here, but they actually went over all the of serial killer profiles up until that point. And start to formulate what constitutes a serial killer. And it was a great great show. Amazing because they're able to say like all there's this guy there. He's gonna be like he's probably on his own MA be keeps a journal why they can give you really Celebi. Gosh. At night stuff. View connect, you watch a lot and then going to monitor baller. Okay. That's that would be for me the continuation because obviously away on and they use FBI proof. I want to catch. What do you think him like the uniform? He was at fault are full. Sand bombs Leo, but the government fucking using LSD onum and fried his Bain before then like he was in the program or they were. Vietnam tests, new Ellis the owner, there's another there's another net for sugar. Any what he did was lost his mind because of all these like a like a like experiments that do not know molest you like over was basically gone for year. And then he started thinking that technology was an evil and any went in the woods and started like sending all these bombs everywhere. It was like a think he was a lecturer university before that is a civic just saving his money. So he can send bomb. And then he fucking..

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"koita" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

IAMKAYPEE Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on IAMKAYPEE Podcast

"I was you and by and you trip for like several hours damn t-. You just smoke as the pure form of it as part of it. And then you only trip for fifteen minutes, but it's supposed to be bucking amazing. Yeah. I think I'd probably in more towards the end. What was he like, muddy supercenter drink? Shaman guy. But said he did it like everyday for two months. Oh, go at the kind of much in the no, I just my mind. Would I? I mean is it worth that? Really just what the squeeze on not once again mail it for two. Never recall every. No. I mean, a hostile some on your so men of change for sure a few for a long time. I mean the sale at one. Acid trip can just change your passionately. Yeah. And good way or whatever. But I'm just taking fucking was every day. Last shares your month. Seven busy. One of the months and family. They were making like this. They're making the lichen Iowa ask thing, it's not I ask something else. Able gain. Maybe there's an African version of it. Which is I became either. No, I didn't sign that. When they said about. They're making it in the middle of this room. And that's not just runs off in light. They say he ate like a potato potato any went away, and in it was never the same trap for wives. One of the month. It's probably guy that he got to killer. One. Maybe. I don't know. I'm not sure if he was even there at the time, but there is like that is the main thing because he was arrested in Saint to jail, but he'd never technically kill anyone. So that's the big thing. Like, everyone's always cutting babies pregnant women should not have he wasn't there. Now, he's he's maybe in Jill he's in jail for like inspite Koita. I think it was also really mean it was also like a weird point as well. It's like KANU Gill, your civil rights and liberties taken away from you just from seeing and talking and not actually doing something physical like there was a definite like, we are nested because of the law, and how it worked and how you are as a person, and what constitutes you actually harming someone not to be too many cases like Charlie Manson's. Have you ever? See is it mind hunter? Yeah. While son net. Flex fucking amazing the beginnings I think it's fiction about the two guys that were doing it as fiction think those characters they're based on other people. But those guys are not real. I think. Mation of like other people as well. But it was the beginnings of SEO Keller. Profiling before that they didn't even have words for it. So they were just like all people who and he thought it was like a reflection of civilization like people are just going scrape because there's a bunch of people here, but they actually went over all the of serial killer profiles up until that point. And start to formulate what constitutes a serial killer. And it was a great great show. Amazing because they're able to say like all there's this guy there. He's gonna be like he's probably on his own MA be keeps a journal why they can give you really Celebi. Gosh. At night stuff. View connect, you watch a lot and then going to monitor baller. Okay. That's that would be for me the continuation because obviously away on and they use FBI proof. I want to catch. What do you think him like the uniform? He was at fault are full. Sand bombs Leo, but the government fucking using LSD onum and fried his Bain before then like he was in the program or they were. Vietnam tests, new Ellis the owner, there's another there's another net for sugar. Any what he did was lost his mind because of all these like a like a like experiments that do not know molest you like over was basically gone for year. And then he started thinking that technology was an evil and any went in the woods and started like sending all these bombs everywhere. It was like a think he was a lecturer university before that is a civic just saving his money. So he can send bomb. And then he fucking..

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"koita" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Schools are on a two hour delay along with schools and Cobb Koita DeKalb, Douglas and Fayette counties row delay also includes Gainesville city schools for site county, Fulton Gwinnett hall and Henry county city schools open two hours late along with school systems in Newton polling Rockdale and Walton county colleges universities opening at ten this. Morning include Georgia state, Georgia Tech, Kennesaw state, and you the complete list is on our website at wsbradiOcom North Carolina is still in a state of emergency. As snow melt ice is up this driver in Durham discovers. The danger firsthand felt like I was on. He's here. There's no way of controlling that is completely side. Hit the guardrail school systems in North Carolina and Virginia are closed for a second day. WSB news time seven oh. Three. Gwinnett county. Police search for a driver who hit and killed a woman at a Duluth gas station. WSB's Michelle Wright reports live the entire incidents on surveillance video MARCY, it's a twisted tale that starts with an argument at the pumps on the BP on pleasant hill. Road, corporal, Wilbert Rundle's explains words were exchanged between three women when one of them gets in her car to leave as she starts to pull away. One of the persons involved comes up to the vehicle, and then another person comes up, and they try to open her door driver pulls away then circles back around to the pumps, and the argument continues and becomes physical the driver, then puts the car in reverse. She's backing up strikes one of the people with her vehicle. She takes off the woman hit died at the hospital as a result of her injuries. Get a look at the driver at our website at WSB radio dot com. Reporting live Michelle Wright, WSB WSB scam alert to con artists posing as water department, employees gain entry into a home in Tucker. The female resident tells channel two action news, they told her they had a checker water pressure. One suspect ran the kitchen tap the other guy ran upstairs and rifled through Livonia Rogers jewelry box..

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"koita" Discussed on X96

X96

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on X96

"Check when. Yep. UD's responded to the. Delta community credit union. Deputies led allegedly chased MS bekker's black Toyota Camry onto Georgia thirty four east deputy said she ran a red light turns south into Laura Smith road and reach more than seventy miles an hour as they pass through to school zones around three thirty pm those school zones belong to Arnall middle school and white oak elementary. She's accused of bribing up to ninety miles an hour during the chase deputies performed a t maneuver. I'm not sure what that is. That's where they come up behind you. And they they bump your car. Just right. So that it sends it into a spin. They've done that that sounds fun that I'm familiar with. On lower Fayetteville road near Fisher road. The sheriff's office confirmed that deputies found cocaine powder in her vehicle. She also allegedly tried to consume several bags of white powder. When she was taken to the sheriff's office for questioning, so she's trying to eat this cocaine Jean Becker faces charges of identity fraud forgery narcotics possession felony fleeing speeding in a school zone. Reckless conduct going inside of a guard line with drugs, suspended license reckless driving and failure to maintain the lane. She is in the Koita county jail without bond Boehner candidate number one, you see it wasn't just the bad check. She was worried about. Here's Boehner candidate number two. Well, a few crimes and lots of horrible decisions. An Oklahoma, man. Paid a visit to a strip club at about three in the morning. Bad decision number one, nothing good ever happens. And police said that that bad decision set in motion a series of events that resulted in him running naked down a country road. Sounds like a movie the man told police that he had been kidnapped by two men during a KOMO convoluted robbery that started after he went to the gentleman's club and officers were surprised to find his strange account largely checked out about an hour after going to the strip club the man joined a dancer he'd just met at an all night diner. Again. I've seen this movie. Lose where the pair struck up a conversation with two men later identified as William rights and Philip told us they met up conversation. Struck up a conversation with them in the parking lot of mama, Lou or yeah. Mama lose. The victim admired the Jeep that. They were driving. Nice cheapie got. And one of them said, well, you know, I've got a few others just like it for sale. Oh, here we go a four the four of them went to a storage facility in more where traits and tell us insisted on Putnam down for safety purposes before going inside one of the law units. Once they were inside. The victim said the suspects laid out some lines of cocaine quite a night. He's having the victim and his companion say they refused the cocaine, but the men ordered them to snort the cocaine then one of the suspects demanded money from the man before driving him to remove street. That's like an alley forcing him to take off all of his clothes, and then dropping him off on a remote road a neighbor spotted the man naked walking down the road and call police airs man roommate down west on the road said one caller and he's going help. Hell there's been an accident. I wasn't about to go out there and help him police were initially skeptical of the man story, but they questioned the dancer who story management match the victims wild ale crazy challenge. I did actually did happen pretty closely to the way they said police assured neighbors that the kidnappers weren't roaming the streets at all hours of the night saying that victim had played at least a partial. Role in what transpired there was a few crimes committed one of the policemen said, but there was a horrible horrible decisions which led up to him eventually being found naked walking down the road. Yup. Boehner candidate number two a few crimes and lots of horrible decisions as soon as you said conversation parking lot and strip clubs. That's where it began coming up in a moment. Boehner candidate number three ease up haven't you forgotten to lock up the rules from time to time we got candidate number three around one coming up after this big, boy, news and opinion. Wendo brought to you by get unlimited. One point five percent cashback plus one hundred dollar bonus with power cashback credit card from security service, Federal Credit, Union, restrictions apply. Get details at SS f c u dot org. So you remember last Friday barely we talked.

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"koita" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"koita" Discussed on KTOK

"We normally do we'll start out and six one and six eight two six one is going to be pretty quick because they're not playing tonight six eighty one both plane tomorrow at two use Chapman stadium. Number one, broken arrow eleven oh, the home team is a Oiseaux their number four ranked and they're seven and four that ball games at seven o'clock the early ballgame of the day-night doubleheader is a union the Redskins tended to number three and six eighty one at jinx. The number two team in sixty one at ten and won that ballgame at one o'clock at t's Chapman stadium. They will skip the week and practice on thanksgiving and play the week after for the state title in six say one six eight two and they were playing tonight though, big ball game at jinx Bixby and midwest city the bombers in the Spartans mid west looking to win a state title for the first time since nineteen ninety-five, but this one will be back and forth, but the Bixby defense in the second half pulls out at twenty four twenty one win over midwest city, Mason Williams out duels Preston. Colbert. Cape Kavingere, though. The big story for the fees. Spartans two rushing touchdowns. Also one TD catch. Also had an interception in the end zone for Bixby. There are eleven at one and they roll on midwest city will finish the season at nine and three. What about number one Stillwater? They were behind at half to Booker T, Washington. The number fourteen in the state, but gutter Gundy, three touchdowns this ball game. Played it a wassot and Stillwater wins thirty eight to twenty eight the final twelve Booker T Washington and we'll finish the season at eight and four. So here's how it rolls coming up in a couple of weeks Stillwater in Bixby for the state title. They have not announced a site for this. This will be a couple weeks. We'll take next week off in six eighty two. That's still water in Bixby for the title in a couple of weeks in that runs down. Six say Randy. All right. Let's get to three A, and we had just four games in that we have all of finals right now. And of course, tonight, by the way, for those you've followed the show where years, you know, that we're only on for an hour tonight. Mostly because the number of games, we've had just it keeps getting cut in half of we as we were funny. How that works. Yes. So here's the finals from a three. A software beats Ida bell tonight. Fifty six to thirty one Kingfisher knocks off a previously unbeaten Berryhill thirty five to fifteen that game on the road, a four Kingfisher Lincoln, Christian beach plain view, thirty four to twenty one and the heritage hall beat stigler forty four. To twenty one. So we will have as far as into the semi-finals for three. It'll be heritage hall now eleven and one on the season on now eleven one Lincoln Christian and the other bracket sulfur, also eleven and one we'll take on Kingfisher the jackets come in at nine thirty. And remember Kingfisher got off to a little bit of a slow start early in the season. A really come on strong and jet starnberger with another big night tonight for Kingfisher. So that'll be the way that will end up there in three heritage hall versus Lincoln, Christian and sulfur will take on Kingfisher. And then the winners of those games will meet in the state championship. And quickly. We go to class five eight tonight, we'll start with number one Carl Albert there were hosting Claire more tonight. And it was all titans as they roll on looking to win another state title, forty two to six Carl Albert over the zebras from Claire more the number ten zebras Carl Albert now twelve Claire more finishes the season at seven and five number two. Ardmore what a great ball club. They are too as well. They were hosting Koita tonight. And they had no problem with the Koita Tigers forty eight to thirteen the final in that ballgame Koita will finish the season and five and seven number three Collinsville hosting number eight gut three big ballgame in Collinsville tonight. And the cardinals went thirty five to ten Malcolm Tillman and Jake Tuttle each with a couple of touchdowns and touchdown catches and Collinsville wins..

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"koita" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"koita" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Long story short though, like that was it was it was such a wonderful event. I would do that all over again and afterward and there were like crazy, happy about, I'm like, oh, you were. The picture photo bombed on Instagram. Someone had tagged was when we're getting in the car or bulletproof car that they, they, they give us a bulletproof land out of their way, make sure to make sure we were safe and I could not appreciate that more. I mean, I truly am thankful for that is the first time I've ever been mobbed like we were miniature versions of the beetle, the Beatles, like people were coming out to our bulletproof cars. Sure. So we were taking that picture with the group of people outside of the car, and I was already in the backseat, but like I puffed out and totally on Instagram. But, but yeah, you know, just going back to the whole thing where feeling that Trump ation of of the city and being dangerous lake. I really did have this this moment the other day walking will. It was when we came back from Palo just the other day walking in Hollywood. I was very nervous walking through Hollywood because will dude, we were walking to that concert in like we're coming up on Koita and a sunset, which is nice area, and we cross the street in like there's this cop, pull these two guys over and all of a sudden we hear gun backup backup. He's got a gun and then we look over in the dude got their guns drawn. You've got, you know, we started running you me and Mariah sorry, running towards the the venue, which was really weird because we were the only ones running away. If you notice everyone else at the time was going towards the chaos, which blows my mind that's back to the acting versus reacting. I was acting, I wanna get out what's going on. Let's see what cups guns out. Can I get a selfie with this person who's getting into a fight with the cop within three minutes? There's a hillock opther swarming above the the, you know the scene there are like at least you can. You can see half a dozen here. Another dozen cops. I mean, it was this is this is a reason to give me a little bit of trepidation walking around Hollywood. But what I realized the other day of specially coming from south Paulo is that if I keep to myself, if I avoid, you know, dangerous areas is much as I can and just really be smart when it comes to when I walk around where I walk around and so forth, and so on, chances are probably going to be okay and an in that I don't know, man, I don't. I don't know why this is such a huge breakthrough for me, but like I was just explaining this to Mariah yesterday when we were, we were walking to get some groceries or something. And I was just explaining to her like, you know, probably life my life. Our lives are not going to be endanger. As long as we are smart as long as we are, you know, deliberate and it's Southall really helped me see that because you dangerous city. And if you go to the wrong place at the wrong time, you know if you're not keeping your wits about you like that city is not a city for beginners. Yeah, and but of course, the same could be true in virtually and he said you go to right exactly. Gonna find the wrong people if you're looking for the wrong people or not not looking out for the wrong people, then yeah, you can end up in a world of hurt whether you're in Orlando or Brooklyn, or Dayton or or Missoula or wherever you can end up in the wrong place. And and if you're not doing it intentionally, then, yeah, you could be in for a world of hurt. Couple new writings on our website. We have the one in ten out rule. I want explain that to you, but you'll figure it out. It's up on our website right now and also the rule of to the rule of two. It's a new SF on the website. You can find those over at the minimalists dot com..

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"koita" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"koita" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The wsb twenty four hour news center our top stories this half hour a police chase in atlanta leaving multiple wrecked cars or just learning that the driver is in custody along with two other suspects including at least one passenger from inside the vehicle authorities say that the driver stole the vehicle that took off during a traffic stop near washington plays and joseph lowry boulevard the driver wrecked into multiple cars near brawley drive in griffin's dere street we do not yet know the identities of the suspects will keep you updated as we learn more a local high school star athlete turned nba player now facing robbery charges in coweta county sheriff's deputies arrested twenty nine year old james hickson junior friday night saying he used a knife and a home invasion on row road in sonora hickson played basketball joseph wheeler high school in marietta and on several nba teams most recently he played overseas for a team in lebanon hickson is being held in the koita county jail without bond cheryl castro wsb and a medical examiner has now ruled in in atlanta man's death at a connecticut jail is a homicide jill officials saying back in march jalen jones started fighting with guards who were taking him to a mental health unit that emmy says that thirtyoneyearold jones died from restraint with chest compression in a bad reaction to pepper spray the homicide ruling does not necessarily mean a crime was committed jones with serving a ten year sentence for armed robbery wsb news time is five thirty one we'll have traffic and weather next imagine blowing out one hundred and twenty candles i mean that's a lot of candles moncrieff heating and air conditioning is one hundred twenty this year and they're celebrating by treating every home with respect never cutting corners and turning houses into comfortable homes which is how they celebrate every year probably why they're.

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"koita" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"koita" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"If there's people that have done something wrong if there are people that actually colluded with the russians to change the outcome of the election and the only evidence of that so far is democrats and by the way since we have said that democrats i'd never got an email nobody has said well it's not well they've tried we had one i think one email i got i don't know about eric but i only got one email maybe about two months ago collusion isn't a crime and the guy was pounding us on collusion i said you don't understand the context that were coming from we're talk though this whole thing is based when we talk about collusion the democrats came up with the definition of collusion were simply following the democrats definition of collusion what the democrats are saying is wrongdoing there the benchmark they're the ones that set the original allegation we're following that once we said that to the guy there was no more comment from him we look we do this we do this debate thing quite often we make sure that you know we set the premise of of everything but when you talk about remember the original the original was that the republicans are the the trump campaign trump in the trump campaign colluded with the russians to hacked the election then it became the trump campaign colluded with the russians to change y'all come with the election by that definition that they view as being bad that must be investigated the only people that have done that as the democrats the democrat national committee and the hilary campaign funneling money through through perkins koita fusion gps to christopher steele to get unverified information from the the russians in order to take down the trump campaign and when they couldn't do that to try to destroy the legitimacy of the.

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"koita" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"koita" Discussed on WJR 760

"If there's people that have done something wrong if there are people that are actually colluded with the russians to change come of the election and the only evidence of that so far is democrats and by the way since we have said that democrats don't i never got an email nobody has said well it's not well they've tried we had one i think one email i got i don't know about eric but i only got one email maybe about two months ago collusion isn't a crime and the guy was pounding us on collusion i said you don't understand the context that were coming from we're talk though this whole thing is based when we talk about collusion the democrats came up with the definition of collusion were simply following the democrats definition of collusion what the democrats are saying as wrongdoing there the benchmark they're the ones that set the original allegation were following that once we said that the guy there was no more comment from him you know we look we do this we do this debate thing quite often we make sure that you know we set the premise of everything but when you talk about remember the original the original was that the republicans are the the trump campaign trump in the trump campaign colluded with the russians hacked the election then it became the trump campaign colluded with the russians to change y'all come with the election by that definition that they view as being bad that must be investigated the only people that have done that as the democrats the democrat national committee and the hilary campaign funneling the money through through perkins koita fusion gps to christopher steele get unverified information from the the russians in order to take down the trump campaign and when they couldn't do that to try to destroy the legitimacy of the election once we break it down like that nobody disagrees with us so i just wonder what the you know with the.

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"koita" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"koita" Discussed on WCHS

"The current book michael wolff was a law clerk on the democrat side of the senate permanent subcommittee on investigations this is nothing more than a democrat party opposition research technique using fusion gps and the law firm perkins koita hide payments to dig up dirt on candidates and their supporters and in the case of trump to make it look like actual real intelligence washington times obama ed started christopher steele fbi alliance a senior obama state department official gave the green light to an fbi agent two thousand sixteen to meet with christopher steele a meeting that touched off a relationship that would fuel the ongoing investigation into possible trump russia election conclusion this also from this book russian roulette by issakov and david corn so what is all of this what is the tactic what's the technique how did they perfect it and we now have a pretty good idea thanks to a great piece that ran on a on a website last week written by lee smith tablet dot com i'm gonna take a break when a comeback but basically it's this this entire campaign of using intelligence sources from the deep state coordinating with members of the media to leak news that does not exist and have it reported as fact even though there's no evidence in the trump campaign that was not the first time it was it was done obama did it during the negotiations on the iran deal using a reporter from both the washington post in the atlantic by the name of antennas espn adam antipathy n t o u s essentially they did a dry run to see if they could manipulate people from the intel community could manipulate the media to do their bidding obama was spying on domestic opponents of the iran nuke deal the.

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"koita" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"koita" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"And i was asked the question off the air and then the host love the answers the much i gave you a chance he asked the question on the air since howard things in atlanta and a says before you answer it i want to know how things are in atlanta big city in terms of what's happening how are the people responding to the political discourse the cultural discourse a very negative very very very visceral how are they responding to an atlanta and i said you know we seem to be a little bit subdued about at all now i can't speak for all of atlanta i can speak for the part that i thought of interact with from roswell alvarado sandy springs in buckhead down the union city college park where have investments and koita county where i i'm i'm working on a second home as we so the tourists lee talked about here on the show and i just i get the sense that there's a concern for the country but there's something happening in atlanta if you're engaged into the economy and your hard working and dedicated got a little bit of discipline not even a lot but a little bit that you're you're doing better than average i think you may not know this may be uninformed when you've something you haven't thought about this is almost a selfhelp segment and this may be the this may be the platform of the springboard that says you know what we are blessed here in atlanta we are doing better economic economically in the rest of the country or most of the rest of the country we got the tech sector coming in that spins off jobs it creates consumption in the economy we've got cranes all over the place building things that create jobs we've got hollywood converging in here that's bad for us politically as we saw it almost was very bad in the jon ossoff karen handel race but nonetheless politically now we're we're we're on the right side of politics both figuratively and upon intended so why are we all upset and angry we don't have a lot of big bad protests we got some crime issues were dealing with we got tax issues revenue issues little bit of corruption in and.

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