21 Burst results for "Leander"

"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:54 min | 2 months ago

"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Jared checking in from Leander, this morning. What's on your mind? Jared? Hey, Hey, Good morning, guys. I agree with you, Don. It's just fight almost laughable to me. Where Go into whatever store it might be. And this person that person with the mask and I just think, my just what l I'm like. Well, I just want to ask him. What? Why? Why are you still wearing this mask? Right? Um and and then even to add to that when the government says, Okay, it's okay not to wear mask and then I was like, okay, we're going to wear this mask. Well, I'm just like, you know, I didn't wear a mask in the beginning the middle or the end their own one. Didn't have one didn't do the vaccination, so I don't know. I'm fine. I just a lot of people talk. You know how they're not a she people. Well, I see how many people now are so people do you know what I mean? I think that some of it, but I also am aware that there are legitimate still still legitimate reasons for some people to still be wearing a mask your year and then other. I just want to know all the reasons what is going on out there Right now. You're upset that some people are still Wearing a mask, But you're also upset that some people have not been vaccinated. Yeah, Yeah, That's right. Yeah, I I am And I know that there's a lot of people will disagree with me on that, but, uh it works. The numbers have plummeted since the vaccination started and Uh, I understand the questions being asked and why you would ask them still don't understand why you're not moving forward with it because you can be done with it. Put it behind you, But that's that's me. That's me. I I literally cheered out loud the day that I got my second shot. Got in my car and cheered out loud and just felt incredible relief. Jane. Good. Now, go ahead. Finish your thought, uh, doesn't mean that I'm right and you're wrong. I just don't understand it. James and Taylor. Good morning. Hey. All right, Here's Operation Liberation. Don go get yourself not to leave rate mask or a Lone Ranger or Katzenberg. The friendly ghost mouse. And we should all put on, you know, bizarre Mass since it's Austin that away, you know, everybody get more comfortable with the fact that might be ludicrous at this point. Mhm. So operation not Joe Library. There you go. I'll keep that in mind. Here you go. It's like that under advisement. Let's see Aaron. Checking in from Leander. Good morning. Hey, Erin. Good morning. I was just calling about one of the previous callers to was saying he still wears a mask. Uh, doesn't want to catch the flu from other people right? But most of the recommendations out there say that the mask is to prevent you from spreading the virus to other people. So How does that square up with what you're saying, right? Yes. That's one of my questions as well. It just doesn't make sense to me, you know? Yeah. No, I got you, man. That was that was all I wanted to say. Thank you. I appreciate that Erin on the road there in Leander, Texas, and I know I know this is personal choice and understand your question. Why didn't have any question in this? Why am I letting it bother me? If it's personal, What does it have to do with me? My concern with it again, is overall for society. I think it's a bad thing for society overall. That's all and I think there's some people that as I said, that have a propensity to kind of hide to begin with and be socially awkward. I think it's gonna dry. It's going to push them further further. Into the corner as far as just wanting to hide from society. Maybe so, and I just think overall, is it as we go forward, It's not a healthy thing going forward. I think I think some people are literally just zapped in the head from this whole thing and cannot let it go. J on the road. Good morning. Hey, Good morning. You know, I went into my, uh, you doctor's office the other day, and they've asked me to make sure that I had my mouse going And I asked, Have you ever read the side of the box of the mask because it specifically states that it is not for medical purposes, and it will not prevent an airborne viral infection. Masks or just for show Mike Rand. Paul asked Fauci. It's just theater. Yeah, well, uh yeah. No, That's an aspect as well. Just pure virtue, signaling. Still, there's that aspect of it, too. But But like yesterday, I was watching golf yesterday afternoon watching the Travelers tournament and I noticed that the interviewers were still socially distancing. From the players when they were when they were interviewing him as well. And I'm I thought, socially distancing. I thought that was done. I thought we were done with that as well. They're being hyper careful in the P G. A considering a few weeks ago, and the guide lost out on millions of dollars. I think there's just been a little hyper, well, hyper secure and hyper safe man, and I'm sure that they feel they have an example to set in front of millions of people watching as well. Frank in South Austin. Good morning. I think it's still good morning. Hey, I wear a mask at H E B and Walmart and I'm vaccinated. Why are you doing that? I'm 80 years old. Have a heart condition. The vaccination is very good. I have confidence in it, but it's not 100% effective. So for the little inconvenience that I have to put the mask on. I think I'm just protecting myself well, and in your case, I get it. I think that's probably a wise move. Okay? Yeah. Keep up the good work. Sharon.

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Open Water Swimming with Simon Murie

ActionPacked

06:32 min | 6 months ago

Open Water Swimming with Simon Murie

"Salmon. Really good to have you on the podcast list of all. Tell us how open water swimming began for you. Yes a my mouth. Was i High beau daiva sermon. Her as i was a kid used to cheese tightly diving my father was. He was a surf lifeguard from sydney and the night by came over here to the uk so he had a love of open water swimming and then my mammals. I love swimming in the thames. Eat so although the diving didn't work on may cheese. She posted with take me down the thames muslim holidays in our members sitting on the banks of the thames she'd have a radio times manip- picnic blanket and the radio radio full blasting all day. Sit next still with a couple of comex and would sort of sit there and go swimming in in the thames. Every sort of our next to the fishermen and this was in the nineteen seventies early nineteen eighty s when open water. Swimming was definitely not the sole the trendy thing it is now anyway. Something obviously sold of rubbed off there. So let's say it's down to both my mom and my dad that a soda had they sold of facination and interesting in open water swimming and i think the first significant swim that got my interest was the heliport in turkey which was made famous by lord byron swimming across it who actually swam it in honor of leandra who in greek mythology would swim across the halas bonds with laba hero hero on the european side at a cost of sesto us and she would hold out a torch which would then leander who was on the asian side in a causal obidos with swim across she would hold out the torch they would do their thing and then he later. That would swim back and then one night storm blew and heroes. Torch was extinguished and leander lost. His way and was drowned is body washed up underneath. Assess council and hero seeing his body through us. Help off the call cell and died alongside lander and that was the tragic love story of heroes leander and byron's recreated that swim and with a lieutenant colonel and head was the first person to swim the allison and i remember reading a poem. The byron did and also mining engineer at the time in northern nigeria on the border with nigeria and was remember reading a schoolboy but then i remember being up in this And a long way from any water and thinking was my passion in life really enjoy doing and our member. I loved swimming. And i always enjoy finding most bizarre places to swim and i remember reading that poem from byron and thinking you know what when i turned thirty. That's what i'm gonna do. And so when i did tend to that. That's what i did a win over to northwestern turkey and went to the town of genetically and managed to find pilots and get various permissions anita day military commission because the halas is also known as the dardanelles famous military campaign in world war. One and it's straight across from gallipoli. I needed military permission from the army but also the navy and also permission from the coast guard and the town council. It took me a week to get the permission and find the piler and about just over now to swim it so that token balance of time with hassle and everything and made me think there must be other people out there who want to do these fantastic swims around the world. But don't wanna deal the admin. Don't wanna deal the organization and safety support not was all so that was my love of of motor swimming blossom then but also the idea behind what i do today which swimming track which is taking allowing these fantastic swim. So that's where the idea came from far across a telephone digit. How how many well the nearest point. It's it's just kilometer across from europe to asia but if you're headed out from those castles kill it. The here is one of the council's as which was i- falsify during the dolphin those campaign in world war one. You started out from there. You would quickly be washed out into the mediterranean. So you've got to start off a lot higher up to start off at the town of bat and get pushed down as you swim across. You've moved down with a current toward the mediterranean but also towards the ancient city of troy. And you end up naeway. Troy is and you get washed down so you in effect. You're probably swimming three and a half kilometers but the journey you've got one is about five kilometers per year. Probably doing an effective swim of three and a half kilometers across you to judge a lot of boats and things like that on the way. Well funnily enough the day. I did it back in two thousand a managed to find his pilots and get the commissions and stuff but the pilot doors did site me. You might have the permissions but we still going to be going off at four o'clock in the morning when the coast guard. Don't start. They shifted six so we started very early in the morning and literally i remember waiting off the coast and the pilot just waiting there as quickly looked up and down the hellas. Ponto about anals to see if there's a break in the traffic and when there was a break in the traffic he gave me the signal as all standing on the shoal and basically told me to swim swim. It's a very busy botero. This is the same traffic that goes towards crimea and into the black sea and he stumble says all those boats. They're going through this very narrow waterway. So yes we had to get a move on when we saw break in the traffic having having done this you then. There are other people out there who would like to do this without the hospital organization. So that's really how swim track begun it. Yes i think so. And i i was passionate about going to play season. Sorta discovering them by swimming. I think what i loved also was this idea of arriving at a landmass under your own steam and looking back and seeing wave arrived from so to speak. I think arriving somewhere. And you've powered yourself. There makes you appreciate somewhere in a way. The somebody say who's arrived by ferry or by bokang possibly do it similar to say hiking up snowdon. Those who've hiked up snowden and those who arrived on the train i think appreciate the summit into totally different ways and i think the same is when you swim from ireland's weiland immersed yourself in the medium of getting there. I think you appreciate way. You've arrived so much more than if you'd sort of got there by plane all binds terry and that's where i get my pleasure out soul and i think people who join us also get not sorta pleasure

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"leander" Discussed on Storynory

Storynory

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"leander" Discussed on Storynory

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"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You any good, But if you go in for surgery, they're wearing a mask. Not because they're protecting themselves Protecting you. Let me ask you this when new patients show up. Are you checking there? Tim Temperatures and things like that way do a pre screening called before anybody even stepped foot in the office, and we asked him a series of questions. About their whereabouts prior to coming into the office. They passed that screening. Then, if they come into the office were taking their temperature and again asking questions. That's great. Everything is good. They come back into our rooms. We have them pre rinse, help reduce the viral load. That's great. Listen, we're up against the clock. I really do appreciate you call. I appreciate your perspective, provided some great information. Thank you very much The way I pre rinse before every show. Absolutely. You do. That's what she's just inside there. Listen, my friend Wayne. He's the owner and operator of furniture market for almost 50 years, I think here in town, and he told me they had several 18 wheelers for the main warehouse, deliver a lot of product lot of new stuff. Yeah, they got the old historic looks that you've come to know and love that furniture market. They got two locations South bound. I 35 between breaker and run Burghley, but also the shops in Leander just off the highway, 29 on 1 83. Now, when you go, you're going to find some incredible selections. You'll be overwhelmed with the selections, and that means better prices. If you're looking for flex steel furniture, those steel bands under the cushions that never lose their shape. Still banned cushions are.

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"leander" Discussed on Probably True Podcast

Probably True Podcast

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"leander" Discussed on Probably True Podcast

"Would you like me to begin. It's your story. It's my story that's true. This is the story about how. I told my mother that i am a sex worker. Which was something that i did. Because a line that often gets thrown at sex workers on twitter or other social media or conversations is what if your mother knew what you were doing or if your mother found out all your mother must be ashamed. People always like to refer to the muller as sort of final judge jury about what isn't isn't acceptable. So that got me thinking one day. Why don't i tell my mother. What if my mother did find out. And what i quickly realized as i asked myself. All of those questions is that probably my mother would be fine. She's a sensible open minded woman. And i think it would be an unfair underestimation of her character that she couldn't deal with this and so i thought that it was important that i did tell my mother but i had to think about how to do that. Because to complicate matters my mother lives in australia. And i live here in london. It's the sort of thing which i think most people would say is best done in person. It's one of those things you sort of need to look someone in the eye and hold the hand and speak in a slow voice and tell them i have something to tell you but i mean that just wasn't going to work because flights are expensive so i decided to write her a letter and i thought if i was happy with the way that the letter came out if i thought the letter said what i wanted it to say then i would send that to her and the more i wrote it the more i thought. Actually there were advantages to writing this in one single piece of writing which she could read slowly in her own time she could go back over bits she would have it to keep forever so that you know if she was confused about something or couldn't remember some details that she could go back and she would always have that as a kind of record of the thing that i told her whereas you know. Conversations are nice in their personal but de ephemeral. they disappear as soon as the words are out and people misremembered things and people forget things. That's very normal and until all very k. But it's not very helpful if you need to get a lot of information across to somebody in a very short space of time particularly if that information i think is something that they're not expecting and is a bit shocking because that likely to mentally fixate on certain points and turn points over in their head while you'll still speaking and might not be listening to you while you're moving onto the next point. As i wrote the letter i really started to realize that i was very happy with this as a medium of communication to get this message across that she was almost certainly not expecting but which i felt was important and so to the letter itself. I think the beginning is very important as it usually is. And i think what i wanted to do. First of all was to be reassuring i think perhaps others parents generally are prone to worry about their children particularly when they live on the other side of the planet so i began the letter very simply by saying. There's no reason to be alarmed. I'm not sick or in trouble. Nothing bad has happened to me or to anyone close to me and i felt that just kind of happens. You know that. I'm not sitting in a hospital somewhere and i'm not about to tell you something. That's going to cause significant distress. And then i just went on and said there's just something i've never told you which i'd like to tell you and there's only really works if i just dive straight in so here goes and then i basically said in addition to being a neuroscientist which is kind of my my. I never know what to call it. You know that. I i hesitate to say my real job. Because they're both my real job in addition to being a sex worker. I'm also in euro scientist. Maybe that's all that needs to be said. Let's attach labels to things that need. It's fun to do around as well as well as being a sex work. i'm also a neuroscientist. Do have this secret. Life as a as an academic don't tell anyone especially what would your mother think. Laura scientists he knew i was getting involved in academia goodness so i just so yes so then i in a very short sentence just said as well as being in your scientist i'm also a porn actor and i'm also an escort and then i in brackets told her that meant. I have sex for money. Because i'm not sure she necessarily would have known what an escort was like a body. There's actually a work insecurity mother so then so that was that and then i tried to put myself in her position and i just thought with that information suddenly thrown on top of you. I think what happens is that you just get all of these questions quickly. Swim into your head and you can't quite deal with them or list them or anything and they just keep coming the more you think about them. So what i tried to do was just fairly systematically. Answer those questions. And that's what kind of makes up. The body of the letter is just me going through. What i assume would be home most pressing questions and is would have tried to anticipate them and answer them

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The Letter: Telling My Mother I'm a Sex Worker (with Leander)

Probably True Podcast

05:15 min | 11 months ago

The Letter: Telling My Mother I'm a Sex Worker (with Leander)

"Would you like me to begin. It's your story. It's my story that's true. This is the story about how. I told my mother that i am a sex worker. Which was something that i did. Because a line that often gets thrown at sex workers on twitter or other social media or conversations is what if your mother knew what you were doing or if your mother found out all your mother must be ashamed. People always like to refer to the muller as sort of final judge jury about what isn't isn't acceptable. So that got me thinking one day. Why don't i tell my mother. What if my mother did find out. And what i quickly realized as i asked myself. All of those questions is that probably my mother would be fine. She's a sensible open minded woman. And i think it would be an unfair underestimation of her character that she couldn't deal with this and so i thought that it was important that i did tell my mother but i had to think about how to do that. Because to complicate matters my mother lives in australia. And i live here in london. It's the sort of thing which i think most people would say is best done in person. It's one of those things you sort of need to look someone in the eye and hold the hand and speak in a slow voice and tell them i have something to tell you but i mean that just wasn't going to work because flights are expensive so i decided to write her a letter and i thought if i was happy with the way that the letter came out if i thought the letter said what i wanted it to say then i would send that to her and the more i wrote it the more i thought. Actually there were advantages to writing this in one single piece of writing which she could read slowly in her own time she could go back over bits she would have it to keep forever so that you know if she was confused about something or couldn't remember some details that she could go back and she would always have that as a kind of record of the thing that i told her whereas you know. Conversations are nice in their personal but de ephemeral. they disappear as soon as the words are out and people misremembered things and people forget things. That's very normal and until all very k. But it's not very helpful if you need to get a lot of information across to somebody in a very short space of time particularly if that information i think is something that they're not expecting and is a bit shocking because that likely to mentally fixate on certain points and turn points over in their head while you'll still speaking and might not be listening to you while you're moving onto the next point. As i wrote the letter i really started to realize that i was very happy with this as a medium of communication to get this message across that she was almost certainly not expecting but which i felt was important and so to the letter itself. I think the beginning is very important as it usually is. And i think what i wanted to do. First of all was to be reassuring i think perhaps others parents generally are prone to worry about their children particularly when they live on the other side of the planet so i began the letter very simply by saying. There's no reason to be alarmed. I'm not sick or in trouble. Nothing bad has happened to me or to anyone close to me and i felt that just kind of happens. You know that. I'm not sitting in a hospital somewhere and i'm not about to tell you something. That's going to cause significant distress. And then i just went on and said there's just something i've never told you which i'd like to tell you and there's only really works if i just dive straight in so here goes and then i basically said in addition to being a neuroscientist which is kind of my my. I never know what to call it. You know that. I i hesitate to say my real job. Because they're both my real job in addition to being a sex worker. I'm also in euro scientist. Maybe that's all that needs to be said. Let's attach labels to things that need. It's fun to do around as well as well as being a sex work. i'm also a neuroscientist. Do have this secret. Life as a as an academic don't tell anyone especially what would your mother think. Laura scientists he knew i was getting involved in academia goodness so i just so yes so then i in a very short sentence just said as well as being in your scientist i'm also a porn actor and i'm also an escort and then i in brackets told her that meant. I have sex for money. Because i'm not sure she necessarily would have known what an escort was like a body. There's actually a work insecurity mother so then so that was that and then i tried to put myself in her position and i just thought with that information suddenly thrown on top of you. I think what happens is that you just get all of these questions quickly. Swim into your head and you can't quite deal with them or list them or anything and they just keep coming the more you think about them. So what i tried to do was just fairly systematically. Answer those questions. And that's what kind of makes up. The body of the letter is just me going through. What i assume would be home most pressing questions and is would have tried to anticipate them and answer them

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"leander" Discussed on The View

The View

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"leander" Discussed on The View

"It would in a big city or or in rural areas so. I think the thing that concerns me the most is that in some ways almost too much information out there. We're trying to we do the most in Los Angeles and then Atlanta DETROIT NEW ORLEANS. Will we have? We're we're doing our work now. Also in the novel nations where we combine forces with Boko government governance in some cases just adding a supplement in other cases it being principal implemented and we test thousands and thousands every day and this is just one organization but that that kind of model a replicated is not a difficult task. It's really about Supply Sean. I agree with what you said. So but you say that we're in an active shooter scenario right now. What do you mean by that? Explain it well I. I don't think we need that. Attach of face of personality or what. Somebody was sending on their social media to be able to identify an active shooter. Inactive is anything that is continuing to to kill people on our brothers and sisters and fathers authors of sons. This is This virus is the active shooter. And if we were at I think that if we could wrap our head around in that way and understand that it's principally putting in the radical people of color. Elderly people indigenous people but in randomly selecting all of us that we need to huddle around and and make very clear decisions on how to approach this thing. It's not I get concerned though I know of course is a necessity for people to be able to make a living. I give very concerned when the attitude is without caution or without respect for those dead die. The hospital workers In the science of of this this is a continuing problem and it seems that. There's just too much distraction showing you. You've said we've said for weeks and hot topics that has shrunk. Testing plan is the only way to move forward and reopened the country's safely but yesterday the new White House Press Secretary Kaley mcenaney said it's just simply nonsensical for every person in the US to be tested for Corona virus. Do you agree with that? I I think the problem is that he blur speaking without any knowledge of what they're speaking of this. This testing should be thought of again in a very very basic way this in this kind of active shooter way of looking at it This this is a weapon that can get into any neighborhood. Get into any school getting into any as we know. Retirement home elderly care home and and even out the streets and in the market so of course we have to test. If if the idea is that human life cares matters and those kinds of comments. I future are Normalize a disconnect between Who we are and how who want to be as a country and its people national news setting up and managing drive-thru Corona testing sites for people who want to be tested in California Georgia Louisiana and Michigan. Why did you decide to take this on? I mean it's not like you're not saving a whole bunch of places you do extraordinary work but why those in particular what happened was we in California. We found that we have been a governor. Some in America said along the Los Angeles Fire Department there was extraordinary leadership on this on this issue and they had already principally designed and begun these programs. What happened is we wanted to restart it by relieving the firefighters that were taken up doing his job. You have twenty firefighters Site those would be twenty firefighters per site. Were not able to respond to the needs of the community. In the city at large we were able to train our people up. Replace them on the test sites and let them get back to to those duties Out Experience we saw that. This was a replicable thing. We would start by kidding ourselves so we began to move the project under the with the governor throughout the state and then ultimately start moving testing programs in collaboration with local governance places that you talked about and as we move forward now in Navajo nation which is getting hit particularly hard. The other thing is that we family enormous support That we could focus on Where there was gaps. Perhaps in some federal issues we had companies. There's a company in California birdwell where they started turning their board shortened. Surf Wear Company into the making a masks. I think we've heard other stories like that And now they run a very high quality safe operation and I and I think we can combine these efforts on we can stay very mission focused on. What is there to to be done and I think that if communities do take this on even the best best of government situations Gumma cannot do it all and this really has to be a community of citizens. So that's what we're hoping the model with our programs court. Well thanks to you. Sean Penn for so many things for so many countries who are better off now. Because you you you were there to help and for coming onto the view. I think this is your first time and I hope you'll come back to us for more information on core. Go to our website. And we'll show you where to look for everything we'll be right back. Thanks Sean Tomorrow. Senator Cory Booker on what he says. Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell's getting wrong about the pandemic response. And how he thinks. Joe Biden handled the sexual harassment allegations against him Dylan. Mcdermott talks about starring in your next binge-watch series that puts a whole new spin on Hollywood. And we've got an early mother's Day surprise for working moms on the frontline of the pandemic at one of the hardest hit hospitals in America. Well that was it for today. We want everybody to have a great day. Take a little time to enjoy the view. And don't get wash your hands. Watch the hand. The country is locked down. Battling Corona virus. How right now? The curve gloves in my pocket which..

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"leander" Discussed on The View

The View

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"leander" Discussed on The View

"Welcome back. You Know Adele the Fabulous Adele Rolling in the deep Adele. Well she posted a photo thanking people for their birthday wishes and sent a special message of gratitude to first responders on the front lines and all anybody can talk about is how thin she looks. How skinny she is. Is that really? What should be focusing on? Do you have a thought about this? Megan Look I love Adele. I think we all love Adele and her weight loss journey has been something. That's been very well documented in the media and I think as someone myself who you know. My weight is always fluctuating. Up and down. And there's something about the reaction to adults. Wait sort of validates the fact that you have to be thin to be valued in the world and it sort of confirms all the fears that women like me habit. Only I would lose thirty something pounds. Then maybe the media will love me more. It doesn't matter that she's an Oscar winner. Grammy winner sold know record breaking numbers record-breaking albums and I was thinking about this topic earlier and I was talking to my sister in law and I was saying that one of the weird part about being pregnant during the pandemic as the world doesn't get to see my body changing because clearly you guys only seeing me from the waist up and one of my biggest fears coming back to the show when we inevitably hope to come back to the show is what the media's reaction will be to the weight gain being pregnant and then if I don't lose it fast enough. My biggest fear right now has nothing to do with politics with the election with the things I'm saying with the reactions my political commentary. It's the media's reaction to the ultimate way my body's going to look after having a baby and I think that should really say something about where we're at culturally and I had a really hard time. Some of this commentary about Adele yesterday because it just confirmed my worst fear is that if I don't lose thirty pounds immediately that the backlash is going to be pretty vicious as it has been for my entire career so I wish you the best. I hope she's healthy and happy but I don't love the media's reaction to this joy was say about the culture and twenty twenty two since then. I don't think this is nothing. This is nothing new whoopie. I mean this has been looks as As has been with us a sense probably Adam and eve you know and I was thinking you know. It's a woman's thing mostly isn't it? It seems to be women that they go after. Mostly I mean no matter. How talented or brilliant. Nobody's more more talented than Adele. I mean you and I remember Barbra streisand. That girl sang like the angels and all they talked about was her nose and her eyes and how she looked. I mean they tortured that girl for fifty years. And nobody said ANYTHING ABOUT FRANK. Sinatra's to pay if you recall and he was also brilliantly talented of course but it was not about looks. It's only an it's who joined the two other women and it really has to stop it. It's quite tedious. Frankly I'm sick of the whole thing it's tedious so sunny. You have a quick thing or did you say something already know. I just feel as it's just it's time for it to be over. I Love Adele and I thought she looked great before. I think it is such a drastic change that I think everyone is notice it. But she's so beautiful and so talented. It's a shame that she scrutinized so much. Yeah I would just caution. Everybody look in the mirror before you say a word about anybody else..

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"leander" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"leander" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"They brought to the table Leander says she understands the anger of the community who want the governor to re open business we got an update now on our top story today the helicopter crash in mesa the F. A. A. tells KTA are was a bell Huey helicopter and is unknown white crashed it landed in a field in Sherwood park near U. S. sixteen Stapley drive two people who were on board the chopper are being treated right now and the extent of their injuries still unknown Arizona is planning to open a new system by mid may to handle unemployment benefits applications from so called gig workers ride hailing drivers the self employed and other groups who previously were in eligible front for benefits the state social service agency says it needed to hire a contractor for those claims because it's existing system couldn't handle them we got a few freeway closures around the valley this weekend including the west bound upon a one from nine tonight through five AM Monday A. dot stagnant so well if you're traveling on westbound loop one oh one approaching the state route fifty one interchange up in north Phoenix I'll be ready to detour south on state route fifty one and you can take a westbound union hills drive on over to seventh street and then go north and then you'll be able to reconnect with the loop on a one there for more on freeway restrictions just check out K. T. A. R. dot com and a five oh seven we're going to check on traffic right now here's detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well the freeways remain pretty darn friendly it's just that one incident on the east end of town a brush fire along side the U. S. sixty is just south of its put off a lot of smoke and it's slowing the traffic down for about a two mile stretch especially where you see the smoke in between Christmas and meridian on the eastbound side the sixty you'll find yourself it's pretty thick brake lights they're approaching but really the rest of this is about your service three there's a bunch of stuff going on half a dozen snag here Reckitt seventh street south of camelback and it's pretty serious try central sixty three to avoid it ninety First Avenue in northern motorcycle down Glendale at ninety fifth Avenue crash Indian school west of fifty First Avenue collision thirty second street and greenway a vehicle fire and Van Buren east to forty Third Avenue collision in the clearing stages there this traffic report is brought to you by people's mortgage if you're considering a purchase or refinance reach out to people's mortgage company a local lender the valley for over twenty years at people's mortgage it's all about the people AZT K. zero nine zero four one six four at about sixty seven port equal housing lender the journey and get here it is don't think we broke a record today or ever even tied a record really ninety eight.

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"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Bad Juju as they say okay let's do some crafts real fast then we could run through these new land and what time do you have to go see the home tonight the WHO who who who who who who are you saying no I can't nope walkers the chase center here yeah really yeah tonight yeah the chase of the chase the New Chase Arena Nice nightmare to get down there could walk there well not from my house and I got to take the I take it to the kids mom it's going well you can't but doesn't really go into a near they have to walk them on the half ton oh. uh-huh you take Barton and take the train well whatever it is what about t train. T- thing one does all over the place tourist third street yeah it doesn't it go all over the place it goes up and around or something it's kind of Wonky take a frequent uber manage cost twelve dollars well I think is going to be in trouble getting in the Nuba plus pricing we're going to sixteenth and mission and get there's a there's a there's an express bus from the cool glad you work that out I'm really happy that we the whole plan to use some clapping now I'm going to do it on my face second wait aqap that was going to me.

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DHS Inspector General Finds 'Dangerous Overcrowding' In Border Patrol Facilities

All Of It

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

DHS Inspector General Finds 'Dangerous Overcrowding' In Border Patrol Facilities

"The homeland security department inspector general is warning of dangerous overcrowding at border patrol facilities in the Rio Grande Valley where most of the migrant crossings are taking place Texas public radio's Reynaldo Leon use junior report on the findings of federal inspectors who visited five of those facilities last month at the time of the visit border patrol withholding about eight thousand people in those facilities thirty four hundred were in custody longer than the seventy two hour limit fifteen hundred of those people were held for more than ten days the report says children at three of the five facilities didn't have access to showers and had limited access to a change of clothes senior managers at several facilities had security concerns for their agents and the detainees one of them told inspectors that the situation is a ticking time bomb inspectors had to end one of their towards early because detainees started banging on the cell windows and pushing papers up against the glass to show how long they had been detained I'm in a little Leander's junior and

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"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Both sides and. Smith tells KOA news that she moved to Leander from San Francisco. She's looking forward to taking her kids my daughter, and I are going to be just up and she's actually curious to see what books are gonna read. She's hoping they read whatever favorite butthole goodness. But many other parents say, children are just too young to be exposed to this kind of thing, and it was the public outcry that led the city of Leandra to cancel its plans to host the same event. Leander library, actually put it on the schedule. Because somebody reserve space to do drag queens story time, and then it started circulating in social media all over Leander, and that means they went to the city cancelling it. And now this open cathedrals reserved space at the library to do the very same thing. And they city said, okay. We're going to close the library. You have the whole place to yourself. Yeah. You know, I, I don't think drag queens are banned from, from the library or church or whatever. I don't normally associate Leander drag queens, but there you go and my, my suggestion. If this does offend you, I don't know let me throw this out there. Don't go. I don't know. Maybe I went over some people's those taxpayers of Leander that finance, the funding of the Leandra public library. They don't have they don't have access. They don't like it. They don't like the fact that, that some people that drag queens, storytime or motivate pushing an agenda, indoctrinated. That's what they say. People still hover. No nobody goes to the library. I mean literally nobody, nobody goes to the public library. Well, Kim, does my wife but she like I said. She checks a book out for her book club. That's about it. Oh, you go to the library, downtown because you want to see what you paid three hundred million dollars for nego. Okay. And that's the only time you go. Anybody go more than once to the library downtown you go. See it just. Okay. Oh, it's beautiful. It's beautiful. It's cool. It's really beautiful. And nobody goes to the library. Nobody. I guess not true. Rich hipsters, they go to the library, poor hipsters, old people old people do like it. They do they do like this, what they're used to. But. Gary is on, I thirty five on the Todd of Don show. Good morning, Gary. Good morning. I worked just like by where they were doing the. Stop yesterday. They had the record out. The move over operation with APD. Yeah. Yes, it might say that, that on thirty five south thirty five is where he got over. We had a caller said he got pulled over. He was held there for about five minutes and just got a warning held his what he said. Yeah. Well it. The sign this. They set up about. Hundred yards past a speed limit. Sign there. And the speed limit at seventy miles an hour. So if he was doing forty five miles an hour. Five miles an hour under. He should have been going. He said, fifty five where he was where he was. It was fifty five. We're still fell thirty five day ho- truck up about two hundred yards half speed limit signs. It says seventy miles an hour, okay. What you point? What's your point? Gary. My point is I don't believe he was ever there. Oh, okay. Thank you. You think you think he was just BS in the whole thing. No. I think he's why. Oh, just relying on line trying to say thanks. Feet with the call. He suddenly he did have a BP Ed at edge that edge to him. Jacob San Marcus. Good morning, interesting. Hey morning. I just wanted to let you know that the plumbers are holding a rally tomorrow with a capital, two thousand of us signed up online,.

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Book Review - that awful new bio of Apple's Tim Cook

Talking Tech

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Book Review - that awful new bio of Apple's Tim Cook

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners. I just read a new biography of apple CEO, Tim cook hoping to learn new things about a man covered for many years. And here's what I know. Now cook gets to his desk every morning at six AM sends out emails staffers, sometimes as late as three AM on Sundays doesn't suffer from jet lag somehow likes to work out and ride his mountain bike on the weekends. And then that's about it. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA day. Let me tell you more on today's talking tech. The name of the book is Tim cook the genius who took apple to the next level. And the author is Leander Connie blogger for the cult of MAC website. Now, I don't mind a business. Book the praises it subject. Cook is clearly an operational genius. Who has done very well by apple the company sells way more I phones, ipads, and services than it ever did in the Steve Jobs era, but the era of creating magic which we associated with jobs has not been seen since cook. Didn't talk to the author who did do a masterful job Polian quotes from interviews and speeches and apple open the doors to Connie to allow him to speak to assorted apple executives who all you guessed it had nothing but praise for cook. And that's fine. But how about a little more? I mean, we know the cook is from Alabama is an openly gay CEO and extremely rare thing in corporate America is an operational genius. Who keeps the apple trains running on time? And unlike jobs has taken political stands on behalf of privacy in apple customers and donates to charity. This is all been well chronicled in worth celebrating. But after shelling out fourteen dollars on apple books to read on an iphone during. Recent flight, you know, I was hoping for a little more in this three hundred and twenty pages. What is Tim cook? Like to eat what closed does he crave? Where does he live who are his friends? What's on his apple music playlist? Does he have a husband or lover and on and on? It goes tell me something, I don't know now apples in tortuously secret company. And so is that CEO. So the book follows the and then I did format of following cook from his appointment as CEO in two thousand eleven to the launches of the iphone four s and other iterative apple watch and other devices to his credit Connie went to Alabama to interview friends in associates of cook. None of the quotes are very revealing. But the details greatly enhanced the story ironically, a book about the genius of Tim cook ends without diving into cooks greatest challenge that downturn in. I phone sales that began in January with a rare admission about miss sales targets and a new focus on services. I-i selling subscriptions to customers to make up for the lost iphone income apple will still sell over two hundred million iphones this year and clearly hundreds of millions for years to come Tim cook as a genius who took the digital ideas of Steve Jobs to the next level. Can he do an encore? I'm Jefferson Graham at USA. They've been listening to talking tech. Let me know your thoughts on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, police subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio and I will be back at you tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks artificial design intelligence creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. You can choose from over five hundred stunning templates or start from scratch just answer a few questions about your business to get started wicks provides you with an all in one business solution to grow your online. Presence. Plus all sites include built in SEO tools. So you can easily get found online. And in search engines like Google and Bing, build a website of your very own with wicks today. And if you go to Whigs dot com and use our code talking. You'll get ten percent off any premium plan with wicks premium plans, you'll get more storage, a free domain for a year and much more. That's wicks w I x dot com promo code talking for ten percent off your premium plan.

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"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Was down there by other near the fairmont's down there near ironworks area. Right. They're trying to turn left, and she comes across the you know, right in front of me at the crosswalk. She's about to go up onto the sidewalk on my right hand side. It looks like she hit a bumper hit something in the routing just kind of flipped right there and got up dusted herself off and didn't look like she was hard. But more more embarrassed than anything. Probably. Hey, look like, she's about Forty-five. Really? Yeah. Wow. And you were saying that overall it looked like an older crowd down there for the south by south west interactive. Where you just told you that because you often say that just young people go there. I do. Okay. I didn't know I said that. Okay. Yeah. I know for the music, it's a younger crowd. Probably. But but anyway, well, I hope she's ok. Yes. She no helmet. I'm sure no helmet, scooters everywhere. But I did see many many many tweets so one guy who's a reporter for the verge newspaper magazine. He he tweeted out yesterday that he he thought it was crazy. How many scooters are just buzzing around there everywhere. They were everywhere downtown tell you, but quite a turnout downtown for south by southwest are going to be here all week long. The tech portion continues today and got a chance to meet up with some really cool local businesses firefly mud bikes. Doing all kinds of really cool things down there in the entertainment. Thank you for going down there. I know that's just not popping in real quick. When I was gonna job what I was going to do is park at that. At the train stop in Leander. That's not too far from my house and ride the train down. Right. You got to have cash, and it, and it doesn't doesn't make change either. At that train. Stop cash only cash only and it does not make change. And in the side was like what's going to be on the train coming through for about an hour and a half. This was about eleven o'clock, which was fine. Because there was me and one other person waiting for the train up in Leander. So there was no need for it to be to be running. Yeah. So I decided when I don't want to wait that long. I'm gonna drive so I drove my big truck downtown, man. Yeah. Park it anywhere. Good spot at the fifteen bucks. You know, coupla hours. I am really surprised that that's all you paid at the Fairmont because I would assume that right now, they just charge you out the, but well, it's it's it was covered parking inside the building would have stayed there. All day would have been thirty bucks. Yeah. Which is not that bad. Did you go in the Fairmont idea? Go in the lobby I've been in. Yes. Beautiful gorgeous south by stuff going on a breakout sessions and going on inside the Fairmont. It's a beautiful place. The bar the bars. You gotta go hang out at the bar. Well, just the bar lawn is just really cool. Okay. I guess the food's good. I don't know. I'm ready to go. I've never eaten there. Let's go. I'm serious. Let's go rhino. Steve in south Austin? Good morning. Hey, hey, I'm looking at y'all's picture on on some page on the internet trying to figure out which ones. Yup. Don. It don't matter. You know loud. I'd like to just what do you think? Well, you know, it's hard to say, I think I think you're a little closer to my age. If I if I gather things, I'm seventy..

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"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"leander" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Update you on a sad story out of Leander ISD a man killed in cedar park in a shooting over a noise complaint was a middle school athletics. Coach Yamashita park police confirm all of this one person is dead and one person has been apprehended this happened on savannah lane. Yeah. Police have identified the victim as Forty-one-year-old Adam. Shame ladner. There is a gofundme me account for his or his family leaves behind a wife and three kids beautiful family and got the information on my Facebook page at Todd Jeffries, Chris bets from cave. You tells us what happened one year old Adam Shane Ladner was shot and killed by his neighbor. According to cedar park, police, this is live nurse photo from the running brushing middle school website, where he coached and taught P E it happened around eleven thirty on savannah lane. That's in the forest oaks neighborhood in cedar park. Police tell us that a neighbor sixth. Four year old Larry Wayne Smith has been arrested for killing Ladner, and he is now charged with murder nightly under ISD releasing this statement on Ladner sudden and shocking death, saying his passing has affected students and staff members deeply our thoughts and prayers go out to his family within running brush, she and Leander ISD. We have the district crisis team who are trained to deal with grief counseling available to students and staff members starting tomorrow, Chris bets there from cave. That's that's got to be a tough law. Of course. It's a tough loss. But man, I'm so many people affected by that sounds like he was beloved do you know that neighborhood? I do let's. Beautiful name. It is just yeah. It's a nice part of town great apparently running brush creek middle school. So they got counselors there for the kids and the teachers a beloved coach. And there is a gofundme me account put all the information on my Facebook page at Todd Jeffrey, so that you can make a donation leaves behind three young kids. It looks like they're all under the age of twelve or thirteen. Yeah. Beautiful family. I think they just recently had bought a home. And we're thinking we're about to move into that home. So that family the mom and the three kids left behind. We'll definitely need some community support. That's for sure. So a lot of details. We don't know..

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"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Fast lane on the autobahn of fire wire eight hundred and let's keep it around for memorabilia, say all right? Well, let's go ahead and wrap it up there. I think that's enough coke cast for this week. You guys are very feels like enough. Feels like more. Anyway, you guys want to come say. Hi, if you wanna talk to us about any stories or prize, we mentioned on today's show. We would love to hear from you. We're all on Twitter. I'm at air fund Leander is at L K and Lewis is at Lewis Wallis. This has been the cast the best thirty plus out conversation. You're gonna hear all week on new episodes of coke has come out every Thursday night. Well, thank everyone for listening. And we'll see you guys. Next week. Boop. What is the events? Oh my goodness. Yes. Next. You can't eat Mexican Mexican food for the next year. Why you? Oh my God. Let's lose. This stable, Diane. I've eaten very little Mexican food lately. Like Tableau it It was was like like. pretty much straight carbs. You're just eating those weird veggie dogs. Are you? I have been eating soy areso still. Still eating those. Heard those really keep the bowels moving. Mostly when you least expect it. If you're gonna have rampant diarrhea San Francisco the city to have it in because you can just go anywhere you want. It's like, oh, I'm in the middle of the street. Let it go. No, one even notices. Although the respectable people. Find a nice alleyway to go in.

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"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Well, we've, we've seen you through a few books. We've gotten the back story and I know that you'd like to spend some time crying when you're finishing up this show. The kids. Perfectly acceptable for the about a stress. He's drinking lots of Gatorade and keep himself nice and hydrated during these tough emotional times. So Leander is is wrapping up his new Tim cook book, which features all of Tim's favorite thanksgiving recipes. It's going to be a very hot seller. When is this book coming out? Outlander April. Wait a second. It's doing April. Why are you so stressed about it now? Doing April, they've got a print the thing. Okay. So when did you actually have a turn it in Monday. They need that much time to get it ready for press. I don't know the Ryan dead. I'm like this pasta April. This is the editing deadline, you know, that's it. It's going to take that long. Edit the book. Yeah, they have long lead times. Maybe it's because they've sampled you're writing Bill before and they know how much editing. Yes, t seconds per type. Like we've done l. books before we're going to at least nine months to put this in kind of ship -able ship. We've got seventeen editors all standing by so well, that would be great. Once once that's churned in you can go back to doing what you love, which is napping at your desk and pop. Well, we've got all sorts of apple news. Talk about this week. We scoured cult amac for all the best stories, and here's what we have for you. So iphone ten s we've got some news about that, and I've got some very good news about pricing that you may like very much. We'll share that with you. The apple watch may get the one feature. I have always wanted it to have. I'll tell you about that, and we're going to wrap up the show with Leander's interview with kin cozy Enda. He was an apple developer, right l. caney apple developer is the correct way to describe him and he was involved in creative process behind the iphone, the ipad safari and Leander got him on the line for a interview. A one on one interview about Apple's creative process, their secret sauce as Leander said earlier, and he's going to share some of the highlights of his interview. With us at the end of the show, and he has a podcast episode that you can download on his apple podcasts where you can listen to the entire interview which I'll link to in the show notes, but you can stay tuned if you wanted to get the Cliff's notes or see what you can expect from the interview. You can stay tuned to to the end and Leandra will give us the highlights and then you can dive into the whole thing later before we hop into this week's best apple news. Let me go ahead and say, thank you to squares for supporting this episode. I use squarespace for all my website needs and you should too. I don't get it for free. I've been paying for it. That's how much I like it. I use it for the coke, cast dot com. For some show notes. I use it for the cloth dot CO for the Colt cloth ecommerce website. A first time I built a squarespace website. I was totally surprised. It wasn't just easy, but the site it was dragging drop. Everything was easy to customize and it looked uniquely mind. I couldn't believe how good it looked..

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"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"leander" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"On all BUSTER this week. It's just Lewis and I. Hi Louis. Hello, Leander it going. I think the Hello little short. To it for who can just on on of gel to as well. Yeah, we have. People just hitting pause on earth, Elliot, pause. pause fast forward on their podcast, hidden stop lost most of the audience. And anyway, so let's just jump right in. We don't have a sponsor this week. Well, we do. We don't have the script for it. So we're just going to jump right into the into the news. We got this week actually about. Some rumors about a new macbook and also a new MAC mini come in this full. We we're gonna talk about funds, new macbook pro, but he's not here to to discuss it. So let's say that the next week and we've got a funny stool story about why apple super shut down. She's to start this again. I feel it. This is a complete disaster already got two quick loss of feet. Look at the nose for squarespace from a previous one. He can put those in in post he the ad in post, we think, yeah, he can be a little, you know, Irvan sort of, you know, disembodied voice. Hello. This is parachuting in with the sponsor. Okay. All right salsa. I'll skip. That's enough. I listened. So many of these can shows like I remember the downfall mats, and then it's, you know, joining me today. It's Louis the hell in the. Attila the hun cult of MAC. Right. See, it's easy sound. I don't wanna say to now. All right. Okay. Let's start again. Excuse me..

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"leander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"leander" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Yeah i may i may be wrong getting cognitive but it's constant was there his cousins were there his what we're his actual his actual come out don't be cousins is coming out on the loved ones visit yeah well that's ridiculous i think it's happened more than once but rob you you've actually won the game four to three but let's give you the last time here number four was the sepe oh was it a parent a husband or a friend i believe it was her husband came yes it was her husband her husband leander leander point there so you guys did very well on this this last game you went four for four but rob based on the lead that you had going into this round you win five to three jessica you did not get shut out as as you predicted you would earlier in the episode so so nice job you get three points year unfortunately though not enough to beat robbed this week oh well sounds good run closer than we've had the last couple of weeks yes true and do you remember who is the first celebrity you follow it on twitter i think it was jeff probst if he's counts as a celebrity if it wasn't jeff probst it was i think it was manny pacquiao jordan do you have this information at your fingertips you know what i should have the vision fingertips but i actually had elect wait a bit of a busy busy week a lot of bachelorette parties and other different dach loretta parties i did go to a bachelorette party this weekend what what's the story there simone win had a bachelorette party and i was i was invited stripper i was i was not the stripper times by first question that's only in reno.

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"leander" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"leander" Discussed on Around the Rim

"All right so we are going to move on to waco and the baylor bears very interesting conversation i wanna just open this up to the group i don't know who it was who i was listening to talk about baylor but it gave me the impression that we think that baylor can still get to the final four whoever this was i was listening to this fight not having christy wall is which sounds ridiculous because coach leonard i know you love christie walls i love me some christy wall we all do right like she's tremendous but to think that they could still get to the final four with a freshman at point guard i is that what we think coach leander's i think definitely they can you know i just the the the inside wing you know women's basketball teams some over the years you know you go back a few years and if you didn't have a true post player it was difficult to play in matchup with the people that were that were winning big people are winning big now with six two forwards not necessarily post player and that now you've got baylor has in my opinion one of the two or three best low post players in the country and and who has the size that it you just can't garter with one person you're going to have to bring health and then she has a side kick out there at six five that that that will do in those two place so well together i understand what happened at the point but the but the rookie just stepped in and played lights out and that we've got to remember about baylor and and even texas these are two teams that have recruited well year after year after year and just because of player isn't on the floor doesn't mean that they're not capable of playing at a high level we've found that out in their last couple of name.

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"leander" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"leander" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Counters with in the united some love to make song cover hong demet song love to makes on covers and she has crafted a song welcoming lange low in melo to lithuania called welcome to lithuania and we're waiting fire gunman seattlebased man to star leander northbound the malval vile to come here female russia face with his balabagan than the waste is dumped in fact involve his to the zoo i know who now it's bombing easy and you need this is a bonanza winning game by what's your mouth in the dark too lazy as mansiz kindu accident shady bunch of things wrong dhabi postlooting his outta werner girl when you're on this village it the couch dozen speak english well ahead of apply lee coup and you do play gangs weah guy well god whom he later in the from world gun look here in the leftover number one eight to be fair i arch you try to view a rapid or somebody in with barry let's it would you wouldn't be linked this feels a little bit like english it's made me her second oh you are and about punching people the terrible terrible hilarious condo she picked to be for one like like you say in a second language of we all tried something in a second language they'd probably be laughing at us but she picked the beach you pick the lamar kendrick lamar beat is a heartbeat oh yeah no also my guest by the way she did not officially a clearance from general mario think she clear axiom kendari i mean this song made law does not ginwala she did i will say i like the video better than the song oriented user outstanding justin via i feel like there are a few things that could be awaiting liu melo and lee yellow a few of which we can't talk of the video is very blair which he i mean you at long as you're very blair with other there's a section where dole vein and a couple of friends of hers there swivelling their hip sources suggested while wearing masks and ago wearing very homemade mass thing it's like how you may qualify.

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